More than 4,000 Palm Beach County middle-schoolers taking advanced math classes will get a double dose of standardized testing in the coming weeks, if the school district has its way.
But some parents, angry at the extra testing, are pushing back, and the district is quietly giving their children the opportunity to opt out of their grade’s math FCAT.
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