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Florida Education On Trial; Lawsuit Seeks To Redefine Public Education To Benefit Poor

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A case that could fundamentally change how Florida funds and administers education is center stage in a trial that begins next Monday in a Tallahassee courtroom.

The lawsuit, brought by a public advocacy group, wants a judge to declare the state’s public education system unconstitutional. Such a ruling could require lawmakers to envision a new way to fund schools that would seek better parity between the rich and the poor.

The trial is expected to be a rebuke of Florida’s public education system. Parents, teachers, school administrators and a slew of experts will seek to prove the state has failed to provide a quality education to public school students.

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By Eric Barton, FloridaBulldog.org, Special to SouthFloridaReporter.com, Mar. 7, 2016 

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