Fla. lawmakers are moving forward on school-reform bills

03/24/2010 | Miami Herald (free registration), The

Republican lawmakers in Florida are moving forward on education-reform measures that would link students' test scores to teacher salaries, eliminate teacher tenure, offer more funding for private schools and require students to pass end-of-course tests. The bills would create some of the most sweeping changes to Florida's education system in a decade and are meeting with stiff opposition from Democrats and teachers unions.

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