Florida searching for best ways to measure preschool programs

12/16/2003 | Miami Herald (free registration), The

As Florida prepares to implement universal state-funded preschool, education officials are seeking to determine the best way to measure program effectiveness while fairly assessing four-year-old students. The state's education chancellor, James Warford, is considering a plan to have certified teachers test children in kindergarten, with student scores mapped back to the preschools they attended.

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