Florida Teachers Unions Recruiting
New Members to Stay Ahead of
State Decertification Law
A move by the Republican-led Legislature that could weaken the Democratic-allied state teachers unions is showing signs of having the opposite effect as an epic election-year unfolds in Florida. A provision in a sweeping education proposal recently signed into law by Gov. Rick Scott requires local unions to have a majority of a county's eligible teachers as dues-paying members or face possible decertification as a collective bargaining unit.

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Delio G. Diaz
Executive Director
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