Florida teachers who don’t have tenure by now are out of luck.
Friday marks the start of a new era in Florida public schools with parts of the state’s sweeping merit pay law, Senate Bill 736, going into effect.
“Starting July 1, anybody who comes into the district new — whether they are a brand-new teacher or a teacher who is coming from another district — will only be awarded an annual contract,” said Pamela Lannon, who is currently Martin County School District’s executive director of human resource services and staff development. continue reading

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