Because of a legislative session shortened by COVID-19, only a handful of education policy bills moved through the House and Senate to make it to the governor’s desk.
Time constraints meant only the bills most important to lawmakers could make it to Gov. Kevin Stitt.
So a hodgepodge of priority education legislation is currently being considered by the governor.
If signed by the governor, they would tweak virtual charter school rules, combat the teacher shortage and take other narrow measures.