Florida education news: Sex ed, school funding, Pledge of Allegiance and more
SEX EDUCATION: The Hillsborough school district will survey students about sexual behavior as teen pregnancy rates rise.
AT THE FOUNDATION: Jeb Bush returns to his Florida-based education foundation.
STUDENT DISCIPLINE: Seven students are taken into custody for disorderly conduct after hundreds become unruly at a Broward high school, WSVN reports.
PATRIOTISM: A new Florida law focusing on reciting the Pledge of Allegiance in schools has school leaders talking about student rights, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
MAN ON FIRE: A report details what went wrong when a fire-breather set himself on fire at a Palm Beach school pep rally, WPEC reports.
LABOR NEWS: The Volusia School Board changes employee health insurance benefits, angering teachers union leaders, the Daytona Beach News-Journal reports.
DISCRIMINATION: The Polk school district's harassment and discrimination policies come under federal review, the Ledger reports.