I love teaching the future, as do most educators. I am a National Board Certified Teacher, but lost my state award because of a lack of funds.
Yet state Rep. Erik Fresen’s furtive bill to pay $10,000 annually to teachers who themselves scored in a required percentage when they took the SAT/ACT test up to 50 years ago is squeaking by the House again this year.
In addition, veteran educators who confirm an SAT score still need a highly effective rating on a nonsensical measurement system that is unfair and biased.
Taxpayers should know that the bill is wrong and is treating educators unfairly and misdirecting funds.
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Joyce Seigel, Davie
If the Republican Party threatens to block the people’s choice of a candidate legitimately chosen through the party rules, Jimmy Carter may have to monitor our own elections.