Florida panel on school crowding issues a laundry list of solutions

McEntee, Christopher
October 1997
Bond Buyer;10/22/97, Vol. 322 Issue 30257, p1
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Reports on the results of the review of the school overcrowding problem in Florida conducted by Governor Lawton Chiles' Commission on Education. Key panelists; Option to require legislators to carve out extra recurring revenue from the Florida budget to secure bonds; Suggestion on the expansion of video poker on legal areas.


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