Florida virtual schools showing poorly on math and writing exams

06/18/2004 | Miami Herald (free registration), The

Just-released FCAT results indicate that although reading scores for students in Florida's two voucher-supported virtual schools were robust, writing and math test results significantly lagged behind those of students in traditional schools. Students enrolled in the virtual schools interact with teachers for progress reports, but parents or guardians, who use school-supplied materials, are the primary instructors.

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