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Bills We’re Watching

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A closer look at the issues facing our members and public schools, colleges and universities

During the 2023 legislative session, issues impacting Florida’s students, educators and public education will once again be at the forefront. You can see FEA’s legislative priorities and agenda here.

As we fight for that agenda, we’ll keep track of the issues that matter most to you right here in one convenient place. Click on bill numbers to find out more information regarding the bill.

With the legislative session officially starting on Tuesday, March 7, there will certainly be bills added to this list below. Please check back often.

If you would like to learn how to track a bill and get updates as it moves through session, read Becoming An Informed Advocate (PDF 1.1 MB), a FEA primer on monitoring bills.

The list of bills below was updated on January 18, 2023.

Accountability and Testing

  • No bills yet filed.

Education Funding

  • HB 1, Universal Vouchers

Staff Shortages 

  • No bills yet filed.

Attacks on Students and Educators’ Freedom

  • No bills yet filed.

Higher Education

  • No bills yet filed.

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