If Gov. Rick Scott doesn’t veto the $23.7 billion K-12 education budget and a $419 million education policy bill, the state is headed on a “race to the bottom,” Port Charlotte teacher Bryan Bouton said.
“They don’t care about public education,” said Bouton, a television production teacher and president of Charlotte Florida Education Association, local teachers’ union. “If they cared, they would budget their priorities. We’re looking at the lowest funding in the country. We’re on a race to the bottom.”
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