ST. JOHNS COUNTY, Fla. -- The Florida Times-Union reports that St. Johns County School Board has proposed a resolution asking Gov. Rick Scott and the state Board of Education to revise the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test.
The St. Johns County School Boards wants to revise Florida's accountability system so that it includes data from multiple forms of assessment and limits standardized testing to more accurately reflect student learning gains, according to a press release provided to our news partner the Times-Union.
The Board of Education is to consider the resolution on November 13 during its regular meeting.
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