Florida education news: Mold, internships, gifted programs and more
SICK SCHOOL: Officials investigate complaints of mold at Plato Academy charter school in Largo.
REAL WORLD: Some Dunedin High students get job experiences through the school's internship program.
WELCOME BACK: Staff of a Collier elementary school go to their students' neighborhoods to greet the new school year, the Naples Daily News reports.
GIFTED EDUCATION: A Palm Beach dad explains how he got his sons into school gifted programs when few other black children were enrolled, the Palm Beach Post reports.
ANTI-BULLYING: Some students at an Okaloosa high school fight back against classmates bullying others, the Northwest Florida Daily News reports.
ENFORCEMENT: Highlands school administrators turn to law enforcement for lessons on how to investigate accusations, Highlands Today reports.
COLLEGE READINESS: An Orange County high school gets mixed reviews as it turns its English honors program into Advanced Placement courses, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
TESTING: AIR officials are pleased to have resolved Florida's 2015 testing troubles, Politico Florida reports.
LEADERSHIP: The new principal of a Volusia high school recalls how he started his career as a school custodian, the Daytona Beach News-Journal reports.