A group of school superintendents from around the state urged Florida’s top education official on Monday to put in stopgap measures that would protect schools’ crucial A-to-F grades from nosediving this year.
The superintendents, meeting as part of the state’s School Grades Advisory Task Force, told state Education Commissioner Tony Bennett that among other things, the state needed to consider re-instituting a one-letter-grade drop maximum for public schools this year.
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