Florida education news: School zones, teacher contracts, impact fees and more
REZONING: Pasco superintendent Kurt Browning makes changes to school boundary proposals offered by two advisory committees. • The Palm Beach school boundary committee turns its attention to the district's most crowded high school, the Palm Beach Post reports.
LABOR NEWS: Indian River teachers overwhelmingly reject a contract proposal that included increased insurance premiums, TC Palm reports.
LAWSUITS: The Palm Beach school district is prepared to settle a case in which a principal is accused of illegally demoting an assistant principal after she became pregnant, the Palm Beach Post reports.
HIGHER ED: State leaders want to increase the number of graduate degrees in business, law and medicine conferred by Florida's universities, the News Service of Florida reports.
CONSTRUCTION FUNDS: The Volusia School Board seeks to maintain the lowest school impact fees in central Florida, the Daytona Beach News-Journal reports.
CHARTER SCHOOLS: The head of Cape Coral's charter school system and the city mayor battle over the reinstatement of a teacher, the Fort Myers News-Press reports.