- ARTICLE IX, SECTIONS 1 AND 8; ARTICLE XII, SECTION 28
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- Requires at least 65 percent of school funding received by school districts be spent on classroom instruction, rather than administration; allows for differences in administrative expenditures by district. Provides the constitutional requirement for the state to provide a "uniform, efficient, safe, secure, and high quality system of free public schools" is a minimum, nonexclusive duty. Reverses legal precedent prohibiting public funding of private school alternatives to public school programs without creating an entitlement.
Florida Taxation and Budget Reform Commission
- Status: Removed
Year: ||2008 |