performance pay

The Florida Supreme Court.
Nick Evans / WFSU News

The Florida Education Association is disappointed the state Supreme Court won’t hear a challenge to the state’s teacher performance pay law.

A 51-page proposal before The House Education and Workforce Committee is aimed at keeping science and technology-inclined students in the state and calls on schools to do more with tracking how well students perform in the job market post-graduation. The proposal outlines performance-based bonuses for adult education programs, public K-12 schools and colleges and universities.