The Florida House has approved several education bills changing everything from the way students can transfer to how how quickly they can advance in school. But some of those proposals face opposition in the Senate when they get there.
Democratic Representative Steve Geller sums up his party’s sentiment about the education bills.
“It’s a pattern we’re going to see on a lot of these bills today. Take some really good provisions, things that make sense, and then package them with tings that would never pass on their own and hope the good outweighs the bad. The problem is that would result in our passing a lot of bad things.” He said.