Florida education news: School lunches, EpiPens, graduation requirements and more
MODIFIED MENU: Nutritionists in Brevard and other school district make new meal plans to comply with changing federal guidelines, Florida Today reports.
STRENGTH IN NUMBERS: A University of Central Florida professor creates an anti-bullying online network to connect programs throughout the state, Central Florida Future reports.
STILL GROWING: The number of charter schools in Florida continues to rise, the Herald-Tribune reports.
DEALING WITH ALLERGIES: Florida schools now should have EpiPens in stock for when children have severe allergic reactions, the Miami Herald reports.
OFF TRACK: Fewer than 10 percent of Lee high school juniors have completed an online course required for graduation, the Fort Myers News-Press reports.
FRESH START: Florida Atlantic University begins a new academic year with hopes of putting its past year of controversies far behind, the Sun-Sentinel reports.
LAPTOPS AT HOME: Orange County high school students take part in a multimillion-dollar project to put computers rather than textbooks in their hands, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
OPTIONS: Florida high school seniors get extra choices when it comes to the type of diploma they earn, the Pensacola News-Journal reports.