boil. Rick Scott is hyping his educational bill as historical and it’s not, it
doesn’t even get us to 2007 levels but that’s not what is really outrageous.
a number most experts agree is woefully low, the thing is he doesn’t want public
schools to see a dime of that money as it is all earmarked for charter schools
the majority of which are for profit, profits that will be getting bigger and
bigger with this infusion of public cash.
have open and closed throughout the years and they serve a little over 200
thousand students. He wants them to get 81.3 million dollars.
they serve nearly 2.6 million kids. He
wants their share of the maintenance budget to be zero.
Sen. Dwight Bullard, D-Miami, said he was disappointed that no PECO dollars had been earmarked for traditional public schools.
“Let the governor explain to the children in crumbling public schools across Florida why they don’t count, too,” he said.
vote against him.