This agenda is a statewide blueprint for school board candidates and members who are committed to advancing Governor DeSantis’s agenda priorities at the local school board level. 

Florida Governor’s Campaign Launches DeSantis Education Agenda: Putting Students First, Protecting Parents’ Rights 

This agenda is a statewide blueprint for school board candidates and members who are committed to advancing Governor DeSantis’s agenda priorities at the local school board level. 

Governor Ron DeSantis’s re-election campaign today announced the launch of the DeSantis Education Agenda: Putting Students First, Protecting Parents’ Rights.

This agenda is a statewide blueprint for school board candidates and members who are committed to advancing Governor DeSantis’s agenda priorities at the local school board level. 

The DeSantis Education Agenda: Putting Students First, Protecting Parents’ Rights is an initiative focused on setting Florida’s children up for success, ensuring parental rights in education, and combatting woke agendas from infiltrating public schools.  

“Parents across Florida should ask school board candidates and their current school board members how they scored on the DeSantis Education Agenda. Florida’s students are thriving, our schools are open, teachers are paid more, and parents are empowered. This agenda serves as a model for the nation as Florida’s school board candidates run and win on the DeSantis Education Agenda,” said Dave Abrams, DeSantis re-election campaign senior advisor.

School board candidates and current school board members can complete the DeSantis Education Agenda Survey at www.DeSantisEducationAgenda.com.

The questions cover topics such as teacher compensation, workforce development, masking in schools, school choice, increasing school safety measures, banning Critical Race Theory (CRT), and ensuring curriculum transparency with parents.  

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