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First, it was the tough, new Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test for students. Now it will be tougher tests for teachers.
Florida wants teachers to get higher grades on certification exams for some subjects, like chemistry and health. [Emphasis mine because WTF?]
But WFTV's Racquel Asa learned that the move could hurt districts because certain subjects, particularly involving science, are already hard to recruit for.
Andrew Spar represents the 4,400 teachers in Volusia County. He said the new standards don't guarantee the best teachers.
This is hard stuff. And tests are unfair.