FEA worked diligently working to ensure that the language related to the increase made it as flexible as possible for school districts to work with. Based on the final language, each district can use current evaluation plans and data to determine how the money is distributed and to whom it will be distributed. The next step will be to address this during our[...]
Thanks to the united efforts of educators, unions, parents and parent groups, the “Parent Trigger” bill has died with a tie vote on the Florida Senate floor. Thank you all for once again supporting advocacy efforts for public education and proving that when we stand united we can make a difference!
Monday, February 15, 2013 The National Education Association (NEA) and the Florida Education Association (FEA) filed a federal lawsuit today challenging the evaluation of teachers based on the standardized test scores of students they do not teach or based on subjects they do not teach. The lawsuit was filed in the District Court of the United States for the[...]