North central Florida school districts owe the state a little less than half million dollars in fines because they didn't meet class size requirements.
While some school districts have sued the state, others are anticipating another change in the rules.
A bill awaiting Governor Rick Scott's signature revises the class size limits in the future for those non-core academic classes, like foreign language. However, schools still have to pay the fines, for violating the current class size limits.
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