Florida education news: Slurs, sunshine suit, budget cuts
SLUR: An administrative law judge upheld a teacher’s suspension for calling a Haitian student a “chocolate” boy, the Sun Sentinel reports.
SUNSHINE SUIT: The Martin County School Board has settled a lawsuit that accused its members of violating the state’s open records law, the Stuart News reports.
BUDGET CUT: The
LOSSES: Immokalee students, teachers struggle with deaths of 10 students in two years, the Naples Daily News reports.
MIDDLE SCHOOL CLUBS: The Lake County School Board votes to approve extracurricular clubs in middle schools, according to the Orlando Sentinel.