Bad Policy and Low Pay...

August 26, 2019

Over the next few months this multi-part series will take a deep dive into the ways that Florida’s education policies have led to a full-scale crisis in the teaching profession.

 

Red for Ed Wednesdays Return!

Red for Ed Wednesdays Return

(August 21, 2019) INVERNESS, FL -- Citrus County Education Association is calling for all public education advocates to recommit to the Wear Red for Ed campaign through the 2019-2020 school year. Red for Ed is both a statewide and national effort to draw much needed attention to the funding crisis which is impacting classrooms across the country. Wearing red on Wednesdays throughout the year is a show of solidarity and a visible reminder of the ongoing struggle to appropriately fund public education.

FEA Calls for 'A Decade of Progress'

(August 23, 2019)
FEA calls for $22 billion, multi-year investment in schools
 
TALLAHASSEE — After 20 years of neglect and bad policy, the Florida Education Association (FEA) is
calling for a "Decade of Progress" for Florida’s public schools. This means a multi-year commitment of
$22 billion for our public school students.
 
“We are in an education crisis in this state,” said FEA President Fedrick Ingram. “Our children are