Florida education news: Textbook selection, FAMU president, budget cuts and more
LOCAL CONTROL: Florida lawmakers propose to remove the state Department of Education from textbook selection and adoption.
ON BOARD: Florida A&M trustees narrowly approve a contract for new president Elmira Mangum.
SAVE OUR SCHOOLS: Brevard students and parents tell district officials what not to cut if the budget falls short, Florida Today reports.
UNRAVELING: A Marion School Board member who made an unusual speech at a recent meeting has a history of curious comments and reports to law enforcement, the Ocala Star-Banner reports.
TOO MUCH TESTING: Orlando area parents and educators say the end of the school year is too dominated by tests, the Orlando Sentinel reports.