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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush is returning to the state capital for an education forum.
Bush was governor for eight years and is now focused on mounting a possible bid for U.S. president. During his term he pushed changes to the state's education laws, including installing Florida's A-to-F school grading system.
The Tuesday summit hosted by the Foundation for Florida's Future will focus on school choice and holding schools accountable.
It comes at a time when state legislators are considering scaling back some of the standardized tests that have been a mainstay since Bush was in office.
Bush will also headline a fundraiser during his visit.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott and the state's two legislative leaders are scheduled to make remarks during the summit.