A three-day education summit called by Gov. Rick Scott ended Wednesday with broad guidelines reached on student testing, school grading and evaluating teachers — but plenty of uncertainty about where it will all lead.
The summit at St. Petersburg College in Clearwater was hastily organized by Scott in an apparent attempt to stabilize a Florida school system facing several crossroads and reeling from the resignation this month of Education Commissioner Tony Bennett.
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