Parents beware. There's at least one fake FCAT web site popping up in some Internet browsers, and its main goal is commercial, not educational. (These false sites take advantage of typos, like fact instead of fcat, so take great care in how you type in the site name.) The Florida Department of Education is sending a letter home to parents (through the local schools) today warning everyone about the impostor, in advance of tomorrow's release of FCAT Writing scores. The correct web site to review your child's results is www.fcatparentnetwork.com, and parents should use the log-in and password provided by their schools. For additional information, you can also visit the department web site by clicking here.