Florida could erase part of public school testing law

EDUCATION WEEK | on Tue, Apr 4, 8:43 AM

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Amid an ongoing push from both ends of the political spectrum, Florida could finally unwind years of changes to the state's high-stakes testing system. A coalition of Republican and Democratic state senators have cobbled together a dramatic overhaul of the standardized tests that have become a rite-of passage — and a common target of complaints — since they were expanded under then-Gov. Jeb Bush. A Senate panel on Monday approved the compromise measure that would elim...

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