Florida education news: Principals, superintendents, clubs and more
MISUNDERSTOOD? Ousted Connerton Elementary principal Anna Falcone gives her version of events that led to her suspension, saying she was treated unfairly.
STEPPING BACK: The point man for Hillsborough's empowering effective teachers project will retire midway through the initiative.
EVALUATIONS: Superintendents tell Gov. Rick Scott they're dissatisfied with the state's teacher evaluation rules, the News Service of Florida reports. More from the Sunshine State News.
SCHOOL SAFETY: A Polk school is accused of allowing a student back on campus after bringing a BB gun to school, ABC Action News reports.
VIOLATION: The Palm Beach School Board considers former superintendent Art Johnson for breaking his separation agreement, the Palm Beach Post reports.
FIXING IT: The Manatee school district takes several steps to improve its financial position, the Herald-Tribune reports.
TOO MUCH: Auditors find that the Broward superintendent's severance package violates state law, the Sun-Sentinel reports.
OVERRULED: The Marion School Board overturns the superintendent's recommendation to fire an aide, the Ocala Star Banner reports.
NIMBY: Residents of a largely over-55 Broward community turn out in force to oppose a charter school there, the Miami Herald reports.
IN THE WAY: A new state law could end Florida students' efforts to begin gay-straight clubs, the Orlando Sentinel reports.