Polk High School and middle schoolers were frustrated this week when the planned FCAT was stymied by a computer glitch which delayed testing for some for several days.
The glitch, according to the district’s computer system guru, Assistant Superintendent Abdu Taguri, was with servers outside the control of the districts. He also said the state Department of Education was investigating how the test operations had failed.
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