The Florida Legislature’s massive education bill is a mishmash of good and bad ideas crammed into one hot mess on the last day of the legislative session. These issues, ranging from suicide prevention to prekindergarten readiness, from school choice to athletic recruiting, from construction money to charter schools, should have each been decided on their own merits. Instead, this train wreck is more about micromanaging school districts from Tallahassee than about real reform, and there are at least four reasons Gov. Rick Scott should veto the legislation.
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