Like Gov. Rick Scott, Polk County school officials say students may be overtested and that recent Florida Comprehensive Assessment Tests don’t show a true picture of how good or bad Polk County schools and students are.
Polk County School Board Chairman Hazel Sellers and Assistant Superintendent for Learning David Lewis maintain that changing FCAT standards “in mid-stream” have affected the test results and fall short of representing what Polk students are actually learning and at what level.
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