Miami-Dade School Board members on Wednesday are moving closer to joining a lawsuit challenging House Bill 7069. They’ll vote on the matter on Aug. 9.
Miami-Dade School Board members on Wednesday are moving closer to joining a lawsuit challenging House Bill 7069. They’ll vote on the matter on Aug. 9. Miami-Dade County Public Schools
Miami-Dade School Board members on Wednesday are moving closer to joining a lawsuit challenging House Bill 7069. They’ll vote on the matter on Aug. 9. Miami-Dade County Public Schools

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