U.S. Rep. Richard Nugent is modest in manner and appearance.
A $600,000 study of Florida's new computerized tests found problems in "just about every aspect" of their rollout last spring. It found "suspect" scores and concluded the testing fell short of the "normal rigor and standardization." What's more, the study was unable to pinpoint where the troubles occurred.
Here, the kitchen stove beeps. There, a mother knocks on her son's door. For the family uprooted by rats and mold, the motel's front desk calls.
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