Classes officially end in most Florida school districts next week. Many students will finish up with local semester exams. They won’t have any more state exams to contend with. The assessment window for Florida Standards Assessments and end-of-course exams ended Friday. Education Commissioner Pam Stewart said earlier this week that students had taken more than 4.2 million computerized tests, and another 1.2 million paper-pencil ones. And the Department of Education had received almost no reports of problems with the tests . . .