Florida Matters: Reading, Writing, 'Rithmatic and... Litigation: A New School Year Begins
Schools in Florida have a lot to deal with. A massive new federal education law looms on the horizon. Parents are suing over standardized testing and the NAACP is suing over vouchers for private school. To help us sort out the issues, we speak to two reporters who are close observers of education in our state.
Jessica Bakeman reports on K-12 and higher education policy and politics for POLITICO Florida in Tallahassee.
Jeffrey Solochek is an education reporter for the Tampa Bay Times.