Putting Education Reform To The Test

Read The Hernando County School Board’s FCAT Resolution

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Parents and students protest outside then-Gov. Jeb Bush's Miami office in this 2003 photo.

Hernando County’s school board could take up a resolution Tuesday evening asking Gov. Rick Scott and state leaders put less emphasis on the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test.

Palm Beach and Broward county school boards have already approved a similar resolution. Alachua, Flagler and Pinellas boards are weighing the measure.

The resolution is based on one authored by Parents Across America, a group that opposes so-called high stakes testing the privatization of public education. More than 400 Texas school boards have approved the resolution.

Read the Hernando County school board version after the jump:


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