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Florida education news: Taxes, charter schools, superintendents and more TAXES: Citing financial needs and an aging infrastructure, Hillsborough County superintendent Jeff Eakins says he is investigating the possibility of seeking a local tax referendum to bring in more revenue for schools. PUBLIC MEETINGS: A Pasco County School Board member says he'll no longer meet privately with district administrators to discuss agenda items before meetings. CHARTER SCHOOLS: An Escambia County charter school will close after classes end, unable to sustain its shrinking enrollment, WKRG reports. • The Sarasota County School Board rejects a new charter school application by Academica amid protests against the plan, the Herald-Tribune reports. SUPERINTENDENTS: Outgoing Brevard County superintendent Desmond Blackburn rejects accusations that he looked to leave because of his role in creating Broward County's under-fire discipline program, Florida Today reports. The Brevard School Board says it plans to look internally for a new leader, Florida Today reports. • Manatee County School Board members say they expect superintendent Diana Greene to win the Duval County superintendent's post , the Bradenton Herald reports. READING LESSONS: The Manatee school district partners with community organizations to help improve reading skills of elementary students and their parents, WWSB reports. MATH LESSONS: A Volusia County elementary school emphasizes math through hallway murals and other approaches, the Daytona Beach News-Journal reports. SECURITY: Surveyed Lake County high school students say reinforced and locked doors are their top priority for increasing campus safety, the Daily Commercial reports.
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