Florida's K-12 public education system is among the best in the country, and it has become better over the past four years. Elsewhere in the country, the education system emphasizes concepts of diversity and equity while compromising on excellence and even competence.
IFF's Center for American Education has partnered with the Claremont Institute Center for the American Way of Life to present a groundbreaking report looking at how the state of Florida has worked to excise critical social justice from its public school system. This report examines Florida's successes and setbacks, and presents a model for other states such as Idaho to emulate.
Although Idaho has shown some interest in reforming the education system, the state's efforts pale in comparison to the bold actions of Florida.
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