This press release discusses the first day of the 35,000-teacher walkout in Florida on February 19, 1968, and provides information about conditions in Escambia, Palm Beach and Orange counties on first day of the strike.
Miami Edison Graduate, Class of 1954 expressing disdain for striking teachers. 'I think the teachers have called our attention to just what is wrong with our educational program--the teachers themselves"
This letter from a Jackson County native and Alabama peanut farmer to Florida Education Commissioner Floyd Christian expressing support for him during 1968 school crisis. Includes newspaper clipping from the Montgomery Advertiser, "strikes against the public."
This pamphlet includes brief resumes of FEA legislative representatives and a list of priority items to address during upcoming lawmaking session: Increased educations spending, professional negotiations statute, amend teacher continuing contract law, eliminate millage elections and increase minimum...
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