The Manatee County school board is considering suing the Florida legislature over what it’s calling “an unconstitutional education reform law.” School Board Chairman Charlie Kennedy recently said he hopes the board joins in with Broward County- who’s already filed suit. Barbara J. Myrick, the general counsel for Broward’s board, told the Herald-Tribune there are several aspects of the law “ripe for challenge.” Among them, violating the state constitution’s requirement for bills to only cover a single subject. Also, the “Schools of Hope” program, which allocates millions in state funding to charter schools opening near failing public schools, “establishes a duplicative private system.” The Manatee board is expected to decide whether or not to join the suit at their meeting later this month.