Florida House passes propagandize uniform bill
March 27, 2015 - School Uniform
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — The Florida House wants propagandize districts to start requiring students to wear uniforms.
The House on Friday upheld a check that would compensate propagandize districts additional income if they put in a requirement for students in facile and center schools.
The check upheld by a 102-8 vote.
Legislators subsidy a offer contend that uniforms could assistance urge propagandize safety. Rep. John Tobia, a Melbourne Beach Republican, against a check and argued that it would cost taxpayers and relatives money.
The magnitude that upheld (HB 7043) would compensate districts $10 some-more per tyro if a uniform process is adopted. Districts are now paid scarcely $7,000 for any student.
Districts would be safeguarded from lawsuits if they exercise a uniform process for those grades. School uniforms would have to underline plain colors.