Florida Governor Threatens To Fine Cities That Impose Vaccine Mandates
TAMPA, Fla. — While Gov. Ron DeSantis’ call to end the Florida Standards Assessment (FSA) was met with applause by many educators, the change has raised a number of questions and concerns for those with close ties to the state’s public education system.
On Tuesday, DeSantis asked lawmakers to pass legislation that would end the state’s annual standardized testing that takes place each spring. This change would ultimately end Common Core in the state.
What You Need To Know
- End of FSA brings questions and concerns for some parents, educators
- DeSantis' proposal calls for assessing student progress three times a year
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The major flaws DeSantis outlined were that the FSA identifies a …
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