Over the summer, Sarasota County School District superintendent Lori White said district teachers spent more than 30,000 hours of training. While it wasn’t all geared toward the new Florida State Standards, a lot was.
Teachers across the state are acclimating to teaching math and writing in new ways. Educators, including Charlotte County Public Schools superintendent Doug Whittaker, have called it a major paradigm shift in how instructors engage their students on these subjects.
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