Roll Call: Early Graduation; Poly Board Sets Timetable; Okaloosa School Board Drops Lawsuit
A new law allowing early graduation is creating confusion, in Tuesday’s education headlines.
New law allowing for early graduation causes confusion in Hernando – A new Florida law allowing students to graduate early means high school students must pay for dual enrollment courses after they earn 24 credits. But students can finish up their senior year after meeting graduation requirements. The Tampa Bay Times
Board to Set Timetables For Creating Florida Polytechnic University – Florida Polytechnic’s board sets a timetable for the new university, including hiring a president by the end of June. The Lakeland Ledger
School Board OKs dropping lawsuit against Valp – The Okaloosa School Board will drop a lawsuit against Valparaiso, after City Commissioners loosened zoning rules for a school district property. The Northwest Florida Daily News
Students in Volusia, Flagler must follow dress codes – Flagler and Volusia county students head back to class with new wardrobe requirements. The Daytona Beach News-Journal