Proposal seeks "early warning system" for Fla. middle schools

The Florida House of Representatives K-12 subcommittee has proposed a bill to create an "early warning system" for middle-school students who are at risk of falling behind, including those struggling in language arts and math. Under the proposed plan, when such students are identified, schools would meet with parents and develop intervention strategies. The committee is slated to discuss the bill this week.

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