The Florida Department of Education on Friday released 2014 Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test scores for third-grade reading and math, and for fourth-, eighth- and 10th-grade writing. Locally, there were both ups and downs in the percentage of students who scored either a 3 or better out of 5 on the third-grade tests, or a 3.5 or higher on the writing exams.
In Sarasota County, students soundly bested state averages. Seventy-one percent of the county’s third-graders earned a passing 3 or better on FCAT reading — the same as last year. In math, 65 percent earned a 3 or better.
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