Florida education news: Teacher views, soccer stadiums, coding classes and more
FROM THE INSIDE: Three Pinellas teachers talk about what it's like to work in Pinellas' segregated, underachieving schools.
ON BOARD: The Hernando School Board gets a new student representative.
STICKY FINGERS: A Hernando teacher is arrested on accusations she stole medication from other teachers' purses.
SOCCER DEAL: The Miami-Dade school district could become a Major League Soccer partner with David Beckham, the Miami Herald reports.
BACK TO SCHOOL: Florida school districts migrate to earlier start dates after state law is changed, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
DISCIPLINE: Two Escambia students accused of pulling another student's pants down will not return to their school, the Pensacola News-Journal reports.
EARLY LEARNING: Activists seek to organize a Children's Services Council for Alachua County, the Gainesville Sun reports.
COMPUTER SKILLS: Some Florida State University students will teach coding to children at two Leon middle schools, the Tallahassee Democrat reports.