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What Florida’s Election Results Mean For Education

Florida voters rejected a handful of constitutional changes opposed by The Florida School Boards Association and other education groups, including measures that would limit state spending and allow public funding for religious groups. Voters also approved most of the school funding measures on ballots around the state, the biggest being a $1.2 billion bond for […]

School Groups Oppose “Fiscal Micro-Management” of Amendment 4

Property taxes are complicated, and school officials are worried Amendment 4 will make them more so. It’s why they’re opposing the amendment even though schools are not included in the change. Amendment 4 is one of a handful of ballot questions intended to lower property tax bills. As with all amendments, it must be approved […]

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