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Like many students, Peyton Bouret, a 7-year-old student at Woodmont Charter School in Temple Terrace, is trying to adapt to distance learning. She is one of more than 400,000 students in Florida with diagnosed disabilities. [Courtesy of Tina Lawrence-Bouret]
Students with special needs have taken a variety of unexpected journeys during the coronavirus pandemic as they finish the school year remotely.
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The absence of spring tests due to the coronavirus has prompted some to wonder if Florida could do without them.
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“Students ask to see him all the time. At what other school does that happen?”
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Officials say they met their goals. Teachers say they weren’t aware of those targets.
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  1. A Pasco County report card [Pasco County Schools]
  2. Like many students, Peyton Bouret, a 7-year-old student at Woodmont Charter School in Temple Terrace, is trying to adapt to distance learning. She is one of more than 400,000 students in Florida with diagnosed disabilities. [Courtesy of Tina Lawrence-Bouret]
  3. Colleen Wilkinson and Amy Haskedakes are newly appointed Pasco County principals. [Pasco County school district]
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  5. Retired principal for Morgan Fitzgerald Middle School, Teresa Anderson, points to Pinellas Secondary principal Darren Hammond during a surprise caravan in his honor due to his upcoming retirement at the end of June, on Thursday, May 21, 2020 in St. Petersburg.  [MARTHA ASENCIO RHINE  |  Times]
  6. The screen students see when they log in to take the Florida Standards Assessments. The exams were canceled for spring 2020, prompting some to suggest they might not be needed at all.
  7. Young people enjoy a graduation ball. One woman is trying to give Hillsborough high school students the prom memories they missed. [DMITRY FEOKTISTOV  |  ZUMAPRESS.com]
  8. Darren Hammond, the long-time principal of Pinellas Secondary School, smiles Thursday during a surprise caravan in his honor as he prepares to retire amid the coronavirus pandemic. [MARTHA ASENCIO RHINE  |  Times]
  9. Classroom teachers received a 120-day waiver of fees to renew their credentials this year. The state ended the offer about two months early.  [DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD   |   Times]
  10. This year's AP testing was far from standardized, with students taking them from home instead of school. A group has filed a class action lawsuit against the College Board.  [Times file photo, 2004]
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