Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test
Florida’s new school tests have come under fire from both sides in the Senate.
Florida may end the state’s practice of holding back third-grade students who fail standardized tests.
This week the state is rolling out its new, much debated, Florida Standards Assessment (FSA) tests.
It’s the first full day of summer vacation, but students are still learning how they fared on the most talked-about test of the year, the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test, or the FCAT.
The results are in for Florida’s Comprehensive Assessment Test also known as the FCAT.
Broward’s school district was just one of several districts across the state which experienced problems administering the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test (FCAT) on Tuesday because of a computer glitch.
Students will soon have a new test that will replace the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test or FCAT.
The Florida Department of Education released more FCAT scores Friday which showed many Florida students continue to struggle with the high-stakes test in reading and math.
South Florida and the rest of the state received the first results Friday of the 2013 FCAT tests. Those tests include FCAT 2.0 writing and third-grade FCAT 2.0 reading and mathematics assessments.
Armando Pérez, better known as Pitbull, paid a surprise visit to his former elementary school on Friday morning.