For the second year in a row, the Florida Senate killed a controversial “parent trigger” measure that would have given parents of students at failing schools a greater say in turning the schools around.
Six Republicans joined with a united Senate Democratic caucus in the 20-20 tie on the measure, a weaker version of the proposal blocked by an identical vote last year, after more than an hour of heated debate Tuesday.
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