Florida education news: Media centers, adult education, Common Core and more
MEDIA MODEL: Pasco schools explore options for more modern media centers.
LITTLE INTEREST: Hernando's new adult technical education center draws just 11 students.
MAKING THE CUT: Former U.S. Sen. George Lemieux is one of three finalists for Florida Atlantic University president.
SLOW DOWN: Florida lawmakers should create a rational timeline for making the transition to Common Core and related tests, the Times editorializes.
CHARTER CHANGES: Lawmakers continue to look for ways to amend state charter school laws, the Sun-Sentinel reports.
GETTING IN: Florida universities increase their admission requirements, the Florida Times-Union reports.
IMAGING: The Duval school district unveils a new logo, mascot and marketing strategy, the Florida Times-Union reports.
EXTRA PAY: The Bay school district proposes bonuses for regular substitute teachers, the Panama City News Herald reports.
NO SHAKEUP: FAMU's new president has no plans for a leadership overhaul at the school, the Tallahassee Democrat reports.
GUNS ON CAMPUS: A guns-rights group sues the University of Florida over the school's ban on firearms in dormitories, the Gainesville Sun reports.