When the Every Student Succeeds Act was first passed in late 2015, Florida officials pledged that they’ll do everything in their power to keep their long-standing accountability system mostly intact. That’s despite the fact that the federal law has several new requirements that states must abide by. They include factoring in the test scores of more student subgroups along with English-language learners’ proficiency scores, and conducting state assessments in some students’ native language, none of which Florida currently does.
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