Florida's new school grading system will be reviewed by a panel of education officials at the request of the State Board of Education. Some superintendents have expressed concerns that the new system, which underwent changes last year, will result in lower school grades though student achievement might be improving. "We have other assessments that show kids making gains. When we're seeing it and this test isn't showing it. We've got a problem," Hillsborough County schools superintendent MaryEllen Elia said.