In a rare case of bipartisanship, a group of Florida’s Legislators has given up on having adults contribute to the improvement of the state’s public schools and are focusing their efforts on passing legislation that would invite high school students to pray for their own future.
At least that’s how it appears when reading between these two headlines of today’s (Jan. 13, 2012) Miami Herald:
1. “Florida schools slide in national ranking”
2. “School-prayer bill passes key test in Legislature”