Superintendents, teachers unions and parent groups want Gov. Rick Scott to veto a $419 million, 278-page education bill, as well as K-12 public school spending lawmakers approved in their 2017-18 budget package. Critics say the budget’s meager increase to K-12 public education is insufficient.
Superintendents, teachers unions and parent groups want Gov. Rick Scott to veto a $419 million, 278-page education bill, as well as K-12 public school spending lawmakers approved in their 2017-18 budget package. Critics say the budget’s meager increase to K-12 public education is insufficient. CARL JUSTE Miami Herald
Superintendents, teachers unions and parent groups want Gov. Rick Scott to veto a $419 million, 278-page education bill, as well as K-12 public school spending lawmakers approved in their 2017-18 budget package. Critics say the budget’s meager increase to K-12 public education is insufficient. CARL JUSTE Miami Herald

Veto schools bill and ‘starvation-level’ K-12 spending, critics urge Gov. Scott

May 15, 2017 5:45 PM