Many education advocates, including Miami-Dade County Public Schools, want the Legislature to vote “no” Monday on a $419 million, 278-page education bill — which lawmakers cannot change — that was released Friday evening as part of the 2017-18 budget package.
Many education advocates, including Miami-Dade County Public Schools, want the Legislature to vote “no” Monday on a $419 million, 278-page education bill — which lawmakers cannot change — that was released Friday evening as part of the 2017-18 budget package. CARL JUSTE Miami Herald
Many education advocates, including Miami-Dade County Public Schools, want the Legislature to vote “no” Monday on a $419 million, 278-page education bill — which lawmakers cannot change — that was released Friday evening as part of the 2017-18 budget package. CARL JUSTE Miami Herald

Parents, school leaders urge ‘no’ vote on mammoth education bill

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