The Florida House’s Republican majority endorsed a controversial $200 million spending plan to attract specialized, high-performing charter schools to Florida that could potentially supplant struggling neighborhood schools.
The Florida House’s Republican majority endorsed a controversial $200 million spending plan to attract specialized, high-performing charter schools to Florida that could potentially supplant struggling neighborhood schools. SCOTT KEELER TAMPA BAY TIMES
The Florida House’s Republican majority endorsed a controversial $200 million spending plan to attract specialized, high-performing charter schools to Florida that could potentially supplant struggling neighborhood schools. SCOTT KEELER TAMPA BAY TIMES

House fights over $200 million incentive for charter schools, but bill passes

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