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FCAT vs. No Child Left Behind

By Times Staff
Published June 15, 2006

A record number of Florida schools received A and B grades from the state this year, but more also failed federal standards.

State says A but feds say F:

2006: 712

2005: 386

State says B but feds say F:

2006: 521

2005: 437

Total state schools failing federal test:

2006: 1,983

2005: 1,711

[Last modified June 15, 2006, 06:30:26]


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