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Is Gov. Scott serious about reducing high-stakes tests?

Posted 2 years ago.

12 Comments

  • Daveo - 1 year ago

    "Ask not what your country can do for you.Ask what you can do for your country." J. F. KennedyWhen will our welfare mentality bring our country to it's knees?Soon I should think.

  • Reality - 2 years ago

    It doesn't put money in Scotts pocket, so it will never happen. If Scott owned a rival testing company, I'd be more inclined to think he would pursue this. Scott thinks about Scott only.

  • Am - 2 years ago

    Typical pandering,all hot air

  • Darla - 2 years ago

    Just his way to get votes. If it doesn't benefit him he will not do it.

  • Darla - 2 years ago

    Just his way to get votes. If it doesn't benefit him he will not do it.

  • Darla - 2 years ago

    Just his way to get votes. If it doesn't benefit him he will not do it.

  • Darla - 2 years ago

    Just his way to get votes. If it doesn't benefit him he will not do it.

  • Darla - 2 years ago

    Just his way to get votes. If it doesn't benefit him he will not do it.

  • Stan - 2 years ago

    Let the Gov.take the first test to see of he can pass it.

  • Stan - 2 years ago

    Let the Gov.take the first test to see of he can pass it.

  • Stan - 2 years ago

    Let the Gov.take the first test to see of he can pass it.

  • teacher-tester - 2 years ago

    This all of sudden solution is to save face. He doesn't care about relieving teachers, students & schools of high stakes testing. Its just a ploy to receive votes when he's up for re-election.

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