Florida Education Association
Teachers unions on Tuesday sued the state and three local school boards over performance evaluations that grade Florida’s teachers on subjects and students they don’t teach, which they called “arbitrary, irrational and unfair.”
With a vote looming in the Florida House, rival groups are ratcheting up their arguments for and against a bill that would give parents a stronger voice in charting turnaround plans for failing public schools.
The state representative who sponsored the bill that became Florida’s “stand your ground” law said Monday that schools would be safer if principals and teachers were allowed to take guns to school.
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