Legislative news

Cerra, Bob
January 2009
Florida Media Quarterly;Winter2009, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p20
The article discusses the challenges faced by high quality schools and school library programs due to budget shortfalls in Florida. According to the article, there will be a possible 10% cut reduction on the sector's planned budget due to concerns about the present and future state revenues. In addition, it provides information on various legislative platforms as well as programs related to the state educational budget.


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