Testing — from its emotional impacts to its importance in determining funding — is a hot-button issue for local educators.
“If you’re ever there (at a school) during FCAT testing ... watch the students who have failed the FCAT repeatedly,” DeSoto County Schools Superintendent Karyn Gary said. “They will faint, cry, vomit. What are we doing to these kids?
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