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Sunday, March 18, 2012
New FCAT rules = more failures
Higher passing score means fewer students will make the grade on required state test

Heads up, Monroe County students and families: With the upcoming Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test now harder to pass, administrators expect a spike in the number of kids failing.

Adjust your expectations and know that lower FCAT scores do not necessarily indicate that a student learned less than in prior years, Schools Superintendent Jesus Jara told the community in a l...

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