Florida education news: Pay cuts, lawyers, tutoring and more
PAY CUT: Two dozen Duval administrators see their paychecks shrink as the district equalizes salaries within positions, the Florida Times-Union reports.
LEGAL COUNSEL: Okaloosa's superintendent wants funding for her own lawyer separate from the school board's attorney, the Northwest Florida Daily News reports.
TUTORING: The Winter Haven Housing Authority provides after-school assistance on school work to its young residents, the Ledger reports.
DOCTOR IN THE HOUSE: A network of school-based health clinics provides a variety of medical services to Miami-Dade students, the Miami Herald reports.
GET HEALTHY: Several Flagler and Volusia schools join the Healthy Schools Program to help their students make better decisions, the Daytona Beach News-Journal reports.
STAY THE COURSE: Lee schools work toward implementation of the Common Core despite the political fight over the standards, the Fort Myers News-Press reports. • Sarasota district leaders remind their lawmakers that the Common Core is already well under way in their schools, the Herald-Tribune reports.
FIRING OFFENSE: A Seminole teacher faces termination for having pornographic images on his work computer, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
READING LESSONS: The Palm Beach school district kicks of a countywide campaign to improve third graders' reading skills, the Palm Beach Post reports.
ACCREDITATION: FAMU faces a key visit from its accrediting agency, the Tallahassee Democrat reports.