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Survey says teachers are not the problem

Florida Education Association President Joanne McCall about a new poll speaks at a news conference Tuesday at FEA headquarters in Tallahassee. Photo by Bill Cotterell.

A new poll finds a supermajority of Floridians rate their children’s teachers positively and an overwhelmingly majority approve of the job their public schools are doing. The poll released Tuesday by the Florida Education Association surveyed 800 registered voters in mid-December and has a margin of error of 3.5 percent.  Ninety percent of respondents said that teachers are not the problem in public schools.

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