Florida education news: Test prep, sales taxes, elections and more
'INSANE!': South Florida parents are peeved that their schools sent home test prep materials during spring break, the Sun-Sentinel reports.
AFTER SCHOOL: Collier elementary schools seek to renew their after-school care programs, the Naples Daily News reports.
TAXES: A Palm Beach business group urges the school district and county to go slow on a local sales tax referendum, the Palm Beach Post reports.
GROWTH: Three Monroe schools reach their built capacity, the Keynoter reports.
ELECTIONS: A fired former Escambia football coach files to run for district superintendent, the Pensacola News-Journal reports. • Clay teachers organize to oust their superintendent and School Board chairwoman, the Florida Times-Union reports.
SCHOOL CHOICE: Sen. Don Gaetz says recently passed open enrollment legislation would not open the door to student-athlete free agency, WUSF reports.