The Florida Constitution Revision’s already controversial education proposal is quickly gaining its own social media tag based on its anticipated spot on the November ballot — #Amendment8. If that sounds familiar to education advocates across the state, it should. Eight years ago, they waged a heated campaign for a different Amendment 8 also focused on schools. That year, lawmakers asked voters to ease the state’s K-12 class-size restrictions. The question failed to meet the 60 percent threshold.