Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Florida Students Improve Test Scores

Florida students have improved their Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test scores in math, reading, and science. According to the state, more students preformed at or above grade-level expectation in these key learning areas.

Science still remains a problem area for the states' students and reading scores for high school students indicate only 42 percent read at or above grade level. Yet, since 2001 reading scores have gone up.

Even if standardized testing is flawed and a poor indicator of students' educational achievements, one can still find a little hope in this report published in The Tampa Tribune. Keep hitting the book Florida.

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