You're a dumbazz on the subject Carol. Florida is a Republican controlled state, the Florida Department of ED has been headed by Republican appointees and the individual elected county school board members are "mostly" Republicans.<quoted text>
When I was still in the classroom in the mid 1990s, the progressive agenda was very much alive and well.
The most liberal teachers were saying things like "if it involves common sense, you won't find it in the public school system" and "if you care, you won't last."
Even back then, the good teachers were leaving by the droves because of progressive politics tying their hands to teach effectively in the classroom.
The apathatic teachers and the ones who didn't care were the most happy because the unions kept giving them money to deal with it.
This state's public schools are still reeling from the Jeb Bush experience which is/was anything but progressive.
We've had these discussions previously Carol__I'm over wasting time trying to sort through your jibberish.