By Travis Pillow and Gray Rohrer
The 2011 legislative session was chock full of high-profile education legislation, most notably the merit pay bill that became the first that Gov. Rick Scott signed into law. Other bills making it easier for parents to convert a public school to a charter school and creating easier access to virtual schools made it through the Legislature, but 2012 will likely be a more low-key year for K-12 education policy.
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