Thursday, January 2, 2014
In Florida wolves guard the hen house when it comes to education
Making over 8,000 dollars a month a former charter school lobbyist, Nancy Ann Texeria has been hired by the chair of the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Education, Bill Galvano. To manage his pac
Texeira had previously lobbied the committee on behalf of her charter school clients. Those included: Charter Schools USA, the Florida Charter School Alliance, the Foundation for Florida’s Future, and Parent Revolution, you know Michelle Rhee’s astroturf group that tried to bring the parent trigger to Florida
Often in Tallahassee lines get blurred between what’s good for kids and what’s good for peoples bank accounts and this seems like more of the same.