Florida education news: Scandal, tenure, hiring rules and more
LOOK BACK: The Hernando school district's financial management settles down after scandal in the office early in the year.
DO THE RIGHT THING: USF adopts a reasonable and moral policy on dealing with drug and alcohol use on campus, the Times editorializes.
TENURE: A jude's ruling makes it harder for faculty to get and keep tenure at Florida's colleges, the News Service of Florida reports.
MORE TOLERANCE: The Duval school district eases its hiring rules for applicants with criminal pasts, the Florida Times-Union reports.
COPING: Gulf Breeze High grapples with the death of two students in a car accident, the Northwest Florida Daily News reports.