Florida’s Best and Brightest teacher bonus program is under review by a federal agency. The Florida Education Association filed a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission last December. In the complaint, the FEA argued that the program discriminated against teachers whose ACT or SAT tests, on which the bonuses are based, are unfairly excluded. Teachers who sat the SAT or ACT before 1973 have no qualified scores. These teachers are referred to DOE guidelines which seem to be strangely absent on the FDOE website. According to the Naples News article today, a decision by the EEOC has not been reached, but the complaint is still under review. If the EEOC finds reason to proceed with the complaint, the FEA will file a lawsuit.