Florida students face overhauled state exams

04/10/2011 | Miami Herald (free registration), The

Some educators in Florida say they are concerned the state might be implementing too many changes at once to state exams. This year, two exams will be administered via computers; general math exams will be replaced by algebra exams for most high-school freshman; and elementary- and middle-school students could be tested on material they haven't learned because of a set of newly implemented standards. State officials, however, say they are not anticipating any problems.

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