New FL Rule Implements HB 1557 Key Parents' Rights Piece
Florida State Board Of Education Passes Important New Rule For Parents To Request A Special Magistrate
The Florida Board Of Education recently approved a new rule detailing the process for parents to request a special magistrate, which is a provision of Florida's Parental Rights In Education House Bill 1557. An overview of the new rule was presented to The Florida Board Of Education by Dr. Paul Burns, Florida Deputy Chancellor Of Education Quality, during the August 17, 2022, State Board Of Education Meeting. The full Special Magistrate Process Rule 6A-1.094125, along with additional guidance and associated forms can be found at the Florida Department Of Education Parental Rights Page.
Presented By: Dr. Paul Burns, Florida Deputy Chancellor Of Education Quality.
Board Members Esther Byrd and Ryan Petty offered a concise summary of the process for parents to utilize the special magistrate process: