Florida education news: School grades, stolen textbooks, gun bans and more
NEW RULES: The Florida Board of Education settles on new school grading rules and test cut scores after a year of turmoil. More from Florida Times-Union, St. Augustine Record, Associated Press, Orlando Sentinel, Tallahassee Democrat, Palm Beach Post, Bradenton Herald, Stuart News, Miami Herald, Politico Florida
IN THE RUNNING: A third candidate enters the race for a vacant Hernando School Board seat.
THERE OUGHTA BE A LAW: Rep. Chris Latvala sponsors a bill proposed by two Pinellas high school students, Florida Politics reports.
FRAUD: A former Palm Beach principal is arrested for selling school district books online, the Palm Beach Post reports.
ATTACKED: A Palm Beach mom is arrested for battery after an alleged attack of her child's teacher, the Palm Beach Post reports.
SCHOOL RULES: Parents at a Seminole elementary school complain the school's rules are too harsh, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
STUDENT DISCIPLINE: A formal hearing on an Escambia discipline case continues, the Pensacola News-Journal reports.
BRANDING: A new Polk school district marketing campaign draws criticism, the Ledger reports.
GUNS ON CAMPUS: The University of Florida'a ban survives a court challenge, the Gainesville Sun reports.