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Proyectos de ley que estamos observando

Una mirada más cercana a los problemas que enfrentan nuestros miembros y las escuelas públicas, colegios y universidades.

Durante la sesión legislativa de 2022, los problemas que afectan a los estudiantes, educadores y educación pública de Florida volverán a estar a la vanguardia. Podrá ver las prioridades legislativas y la agenda de F.E.A. aquí

Mientras luchamos por esa agenda, realizaremos un seguimiento de los problemas que más le importan aquí, en un lugar conveniente. Haga clic en los números de proyecto de ley para obtener más información.

Con la sesión legislativa comenzando oficialmente el martes 11 de enero, ciertamente se agregarán proyectos de ley a esta lista a continuación. Vuelva a consultar con frecuencia.

Si desea aprender cómo realizar un seguimiento de un proyecto de ley y obtener actualizaciones a medida que avanza a través de la sesión, lea Convertirse en un defensor informado (PDF 1.7 MB), una cartilla de F.E.A. sobre el seguimiento de los proyectos de ley.

The list of bills below was updated on January 4, 2022.

Responsabilidad y Pruebas

  • SB 1048/HB 1193 reemplaza la Evaluación de Estándares de Florida (FSA) con la Evaluación de Pensamiento del Estudiante de Florida (FAST).

Financiación de la educación

  • SB 298 / HB 587 avanza una de las prioridades legislativas de F.E.A. para 2022 al restaurar la equidad en los salarios de los maestros y ayudar a Florida a salir de los cinco últimos en la nación para el salario promedio de los maestros.

Escasez de personal

  • HB 1017 promueve una de las prioridades legislativas de F.E.A. 2022 al ayudar a garantizar que todos los estudiantes asistan a escuelas con personal completo y puedan recibir la atención individual que merecen.

Attacks on Educators’ Freedom

  • SB 1458 attacks educators freedom to join in union with one another to advocate for the needs of their students.

Higher Education

  • SB 810/HB 6077 accomplishes one of FEA’s 2022 legislative priorities by repealing aspects of last session’s HB 233.
  • SB 520/HB 703 provides an exemption from public records requirements for any personal identifying information of an applicant for president of a state university or a Florida College System institution. 
  • SB 666/ HB 769 provides fee waivers for graduate assistants. 

Control Local

  • Aún no se han presentado proyectos de ley

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