Florida lawmakers last week cleared a measure that places a statewide referendum on the November ballot asking voters to make changes in the restrictive class-size amendment that has cost the state and local school districts billions to implement through construction of new schools and operational costs.

The referendum would ask voters to allow flexibility in the implementation of class-size limits that were imposed by a statewide vote in 2002.

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