Trump Budget Reported to Use Title I, Research Aid to Push Choice

by: Andrew Ujifusa & Alyson Klein | EdWeek | May 17, 2017 President Donald Trump’s full education budget proposal for fiscal 2018 would make notable cuts to the U.S. Department of Education, and leverage existing programs for disadvantaged students and K-12 innovation to promote school choice, the Washington Post reported Wednesday. Trump’s full education funding blueprint…

Veto HB7069: Call, write & Rally in Orlando tomorrow!


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Rally: Stand for our Public Schools & demand a veto for HB 7069!                                                            Place: Ron Blocker ELC building, 445 Amelia Street Orlando. Fl 32801 Time: 12:30P Whether…

Veto HB 7069: Call & write, Gov. Scott is watching our numbers!


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Our kids need you now! Keep writing and calling Gov. Scott to ask him to VETO HB 7069. Late Monday evening it was officially confirmed that Scott has HB 7069. He has until June 27th to veto the bill or sign it into law. Email Gov. Scott. Ask him to Veto 7069.   Call Gov. Scott: 850.488.7146…

Urge Gov. Scott to Choose Public Ed & VETO HB 7069!


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The scariest news of all about HB 7069 is a Miami Herald report that Sen. David Simmons has written a “fix”  for HB 7069 after being one of the few Republicans who voted against it.  The only thing that will make HB 7069 better is a veto. Speaker Corcoran has delayed giving Gov. Scott HB…