Gov. Jeb Bush and Democratic challenger Bill McBride again clashed over a proposal to limit class sizes.
Bush said the proposed constitutional amendment would force the state to increase taxes while McBride said the governor has done nothing to reduce the number of students in Florida's public school classrooms.
But Bush said the amendment would hurt schools by taking away the ability to be innovative and making it more difficult to raise teacher salaries.
The two also discussed gun control, medical malpractice insurance and gay adoptions.