The First District Court of Appeal in Citizens for Strong Schools, our statewide education case, ruled that the courts have no authority to review whether the State has met its paramount constitutional duty to provide a uniform, efficient and high quality system of public education.  By holding that the case presents a “political question,” the court essentially has allowed the Legislature absolute freedom with no accountability.  We disagree and believe that the Florida Constitution, which provides the strongest education language in the U.S., demands more. Read Opinion.