Florida education news: School administration, vouchers, raises and more
SHAKEUP: Hernando superintendent Lori Romano plans a reorganization of her district administration.
VOUCHER WOES: A couple that abruptly closed a Wisconsin private voucher school after taking millions in state money lands in Florida, where they started another private school, the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports.
RAISES: Palm Beach school administrators and other nonbargaining employees win 3 percent pay hikes, the Sun-Sentinel reports.
PROFESSIONAL BEHAVIOR? Marion School Board members shout and interrupt each other over the questioning of a district employee, the Ocala Star-Banner reports.
ACCOUNTING CONCERNS: Internal audits turn up money handling problems at nearly all Polk schools, the Ledger reports.
OUTTA HERE: A Lee middle school student whose counselor shaved his head transfers to a new school, the Fort Myers News-Press reports.
PAY UP: Alachua law enforcement ask the school district to contribute more for resource officers, the Gainesville Sun reports.