Florida needs to invest more money in schools that offer students longer school days and years. And the state should ease regulations on public schools that perform well. Those are two provocative ideas raised by incoming state House Speaker Richard Corcoran in a recent interview with the head of a South Florida law firm. Corcoran, who is set to lead the House for two years after the upcoming elections, has already signaled a desire to continue transforming Florida’s education system. Among other things, he’s said he wants to expand school choice and make school performance more transparent.