Florida education news: Textbooks, grades, salaries and more
THEY'RE BACK: The Florida A&M Marching 100 to return to the field after a 19-month suspension.
BOOK BIAS: The Brevard School Board continues to examine criticisms that a world history textbook gives unbalanced information about different religions, Florida Today reports.
STACKED DECK: The wealth of a school's students appears to heavily influence its school grade, the Miami Herald reports.
LETTER GRADES: Clay elementary schools stop using the A-F grades on student report cards, the Florida Times-Union reports.
SCHOOL SAFETY: Bay school officials work on making campuses more secure, the Panama City News-Herald reports.
FOOTBALL FRENZY? The question arises of whether a passion for Manatee High football hindered an investigation into accusation against a former assistant coach, the Herald-Tribune reports.
LABOR NEWS: St. Johns teacher negotiations stall over disagreements about pay, the St. Augustine Record reports. • Alachua teachers stand to get raises, although they won't be the highest paid employees in the district, the Gainesville Sun reports.