Brevard Public Schools Board Unanimously Approve 2020 District Legislative Priorities

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BPS’s position on teacher pay calls for lifting the average teacher salary

Raising teacher pay, creating a welding-training program, and counting JROTC graduates toward state scores for career-and-college readiness top the 2020 legislative priorities for Brevard Public Schools. (BPS image)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Raising teacher pay, creating a welding-training program, and counting JROTC graduates toward state scores for career-and-college readiness top the 2020 legislative priorities for Brevard Public Schools.

The Brevard County School Board unanimously approved its priorities for the upcoming legislative session at a public meeting on October 15.

It has already discussed them with Brevard’s state representatives and senators and has secured sponsors for a JROTC bill and a state appropriation to equip a welding lab at Astronaut High School in Titusville.

BPS’s position on teacher pay calls for lifting the average teacher salary and average starting teacher salary to rank Florida among the top 25 states in the nation.

CLICK HERE for more information on Brevard Public Schools 2020 Legislative Priorities.

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