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La Sesión Legislativa de 2022

El primer día oficial de la sesión legislativa de 2022 es el 11 de enero. Pero en los próximos meses, los legisladores viajarán a Tallahassee para una serie de semanas de comités interinos. Como siempre, la educación será un tema candente. La F.E.A., nuestros sindicatos locales y nuestros miembros están comprometidos a garantizar que las escuelas PreK-12 de Florida, junto con nuestros colleges y universidades, se conviertan en los más fuertes de la nación.

Esperamos que esta página sirva como su primera parada para toda la información que necesita para seguir lo que está sucediendo durante la sesión legislativa de 2022 y un lugar donde pueda aprender a defender sus derechos, sus estudiantes y la educación pública.

The Week Ahead in the  Legislature

Agenda Watch:  Helping to solve the shortage of education staff professionals is one of FEA’s priorities this session. HB 1576 which works to help accomplish that goal will be up in in the Senate Education Committee on Tuesday.

Wednesday SB 1048 which replaces the FSA but will increase the total amount of standardized tests students take as well as the amount of time students spend testing will be in front of the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Education. 

Week 3 

Monday, Jan. 24

  • No education related meetings in either chamber.

Tuesday, Jan. 25

Wednesday, Jan. 26

Thursday, Jan. 27

Friday, Jan. 28

  • No education related meetings in either chamber

You can find the full calendar for the House and the Senate by clicking on the respective chamber. 

All meetings are streamed live and on The Florida Channel where they are also available for on-demand viewing within 24 hours of the conclusion of the meeting.

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