Final Set Of FCAT 2.0 Scores Reveal Tougher Scoring StandardAs the school year comes to a close, the final set of scores from this year's Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test were released Tuesday and state education officials said the scores are better than they expected but South Florida numbers were lower than the state average in most cases.

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