Florida education news: Teacher contracts, school grades, aviation classes and more
REJECTED: Pinellas teachers overwhelmingly turn down the district's latest contract offer.
REVIVED: Two closed Pinellas schools might find new life.
REQUESTED: The Seminole School Board asks Gov. Rick Scott to cancel school grades for 2014-15, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
HIRING: Brevard schools struggle to fill their teaching vacancies, Florida Today reports.
STANDARDS: Collier School Board candidates spar over the Common Core, the Naples Daily News reports.
HIGH FLYING: A Duval high school launches its new aviation academy, the Florida Times-Union reports.
THREATENED: Palm Beach school district officials might testify against a community activist accused of trying to extort them, the Palm Beach Post reports.
STILL ON: An Orange elementary school PTA will hold its mother-son STEM night despite heavy criticism for leaving out girls, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
'BAD HABITS': The State Attorney's Office criticizes the Broward school district's construction department, the Sun-Sentinel reports.
GRADUATION: Some Alachua high school seniors petition for different commencement venues, the Gainesville Sun reports.