Gov. Rick Scott made a quick stop at Fort Lauderdale High School Thursday morning meeting with students and promising them he'd try to put more money into education this year.
He also said he'd ask the state's new education commissioner to review the new teacher evaluation system and "make sure it's fair."
"We have to make sure we have the right funding and make sure we have the right measurement," Scott said.
Among the priorities this year, Scott said he wanted to make sure teachers were spending less money out of their own pockets and that they were getting the professional training they needed.
Student members of the drum line and the junior ROTC were on hand to greet the Governor as he toured around the school's hallways.
Marc Allen, a senior at the school, said he was pretty excited to have been able to shake Scott's hand but still had some requests to make on behalf of his school.
In light of the school massacre in Newtown, Connecticut, "our school really needs more security guards," he said.
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