Florida lawmakers and Gov. Ron DeSantis laid out their major education goals as they headed toward the 2019 legislative session.
They wanted to expand vouchers, offer more school choices, allow teachers to carry weapons for security, and a host of other issues. They talked at length about attracting more top teachers to the state, providing more career and technical programs for students, and maybe, just maybe, finally approving that financial literacy high school graduation requirement.
So where are they now?
Reporters Emily Mahoney and Jeff Solochek assess the session at its halfway point.