Roll Call: What To Do About Tuition Ruling; Duval Saying No To Charters; Okaloosa School Getting Results
A court ruling has left state education officials a $200 million budget problem, in Monday’s education headlines.
Florida college officials debate tuition ruling for children of illegal immigrants – The State Board of Education will discuss whether to appeal a judge’s decision that the children of illegal immigrant cannot be charged out-of-state tuition at its meeting this week. The Orlando Sentinel
With record number of charters applicants, Duval School Board takes a stand – The Duval school board is opposing charter school applications in communities where the district school have empty seats. The Florida Times-Union
Scott not on ballot, but still under fire – Democratic State House candidates across Florida are targeting Gov. Rick Scott’s policies in campaign ads. The Associated Press
Choice High School defies the odds since opening in 2010 – An Okaloosa school targeting students at risk of dropping out is finding it can keep students in school. The Northwest Florida Daily News