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School Boards Association tells Crist to veto teacher bill

Florida School Boards Association Executive Director Wayne Blanton wrote that the teacher tenure bill is "fatally flawed," in a letter to Gov. Charlie Crist this week.

"While some may argue that the provisions can be revised later, we contend that, in a case of such sweeping reform, it is essential to get it right the first time," he wrote.

Crist continues to be lobbied heavily from both sides. Read more here.


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