Florida education news: STEM degrees, corporal punishment, public records and more
STEM STUDIES: Florida universities aren't producing enough science majors, the Gainesville Sun reports.
SPANKING: Corporal punishment declines in Florida schools, but several north Florida districts keep using it, the Florida Times-Union reports.
'MENDING FENCES': Brevard's new School Board chairwoman looks for ways to improve relations with employees and the community, Florida Today reports.
WHAT'S THE POINT? Brevard teachers are being taught to ask their students better questions, Florida Today reports.
KEEPING WATCH: An Okaloosa mom pushes to have cameras on all district school buses, the Northwest Florida Daily News reports.
PUBLIC RECORDS: Families find it difficult to retrieve public information from charter schools in Flagler and Volusia counties, the Daytona Beach News-Journal reports.
ALL GONE: Edison State College eliminates several courses that hadn't been taught in years, the Fort Myers News-Press reports.
STRESSFUL: Florida teachers await their latest evaluation results with some anxiety, the Herald-Tribune reports.