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Ed Commissioner Picks New Test To Replace FCAT

Florida Ed Commissioner picks new test to replace FCAT for next year.

Florida’s Education Commissioner Pam Stewart has chosen who will develop the test to replace the FCAT test to measure student’s performance in the state of Florida.  American Institute for Research a n0n-profit group received a $220 million contract to provide tests for the next 6 years.  The new Florida test items will be field tested in Utah to determine their validity.  For up-to-date news accounts of this story, photos and to post a comment, please access the links below:

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03/18/2014 – Education Boss Selects New Test To Replace FCAT Next Year

 

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