In response to Gov. DeSantis’ ongoing attacks on Florida’s public education system, pre-K through graduate school, the Florida Education Association (FEA) and the United Faculty of Florida (UFF) are calling for a “Public Education Day of Action” on March 7, the first day of Florida’s legislative session.
During this day of action, we are asking all employees, students, parents and allies (both in state and around the country) of Florida’s K-12 schools, colleges and universities to take part in “The 3-7 Challenge.”
To complete “The 3-7 Challenge,” supporters are asked to make 3 phone calls and send 7 emails to Florida’s elected officials on March 7. These officials include Gov. DeSantis, the Senate president, the House speaker, members of the Florida Board of Governors (which oversees our state universities), the Florida State Board of Education and various legislative committees. Our goal is to drive more than 10,000 points of contact to Florida’s elected leaders, demanding that they protect the public good by protecting public education!
Please visit and share this linked page on the FEA website to find all of the necessary information to participate in “The 3-7 Challenge,” including contact links, talking points and more. Together, we will build the future Florida needs, one student, educator, professor and education staff professional at a time.