Right out of the gate, glitches are plaguing the debut of Florida’s brand spanking new student assessment tests.
On Monday, the very first test of the Florida Standards Assessment, some schools across the state are reporting computer problems. Many school district superintendents had expressed concerns that the state had not ironed all the bugs out of the controversial new test.
The new online platform was running so slowly that Miami-Dade postponed a first of several scheduled rounds of testing over the next few months, said school district spokeswoman Daisy Gonzalez-Diego. Broward County also was reporting problems at several schools.