standardized testing

StateImpact
5:52 pm
Wed April 23, 2014

Schools Suspend FCAT Because Of Computer Problems

Some Florida school districts have suspended FCAT testing after having problems connecting to the online exam.

Originally published on Tue April 22, 2014 2:42 pm

Some Florida school districts have suspended FCAT testing after having problems connecting to the online exam.

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StateImpact Florida
3:17 pm
Mon December 23, 2013

Test Results Compare Hillsborough, Miami-Dade To Other Large Districts

Brickell Skyline from the Miami River
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  New testing data shows Hillsborough County schools beat the performance of other large urban school districts in math and reading. Miami-Dade fourth grade readers outscored other large urban districts, but were on par in eighth grade reading and fourth and eighth grade math.

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StateImpact Florida
6:07 pm
Tue December 3, 2013

Florida Students Struggle On International Exam

The PISA exam is given to 15-year-olds once every three years.

Originally published on Tue December 3, 2013 2:11 pm

The PISA exam is given to 15-year-olds once every three years.

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StateImpact Florida
11:31 am
Fri November 8, 2013

Florida Scores On National Test Improve, But Eighth Graders Still Trail National Average

Florida students improved their scores on all four sections of the National Assessment of Educational Progress, but eighth graders still trail the national average.

Originally published on Fri November 8, 2013 9:19 am

Florida student scores improved on a key national standardized test, including some of the largest eighth grade reading and math gains in the country.

But Florida eighth graders still trail the national average in math, according to results from the National Assessment of Educational Progress, also known as The Nation’s Report Card.

Florida eighth graders scored an average of 281, on a 500-point scale, in math and 266 in reading. The national average was 284 in math and 266 in reading.

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