The prove into irregularities concerning this years FCAT at Famu Developmental research school continued Thursday.
Some officials remain tight lipped about the situation, however, others are breaking their silence. For the second day in a row, FCAT testing was not part of the plan for Famu DRS students. School officials at the school run by Florida A&M are probing into possible irregularities.
The FCAT is a test fiven statewide each year to public school students in grades 3-10. The test was halted Wednesday fro FAMU DRS students after allegations surfaced there were some irregularities surrounding the test given.
While it has been confirmed that the Department of Education has officials looking into possible problems, exactly what those are remains a mystery.
Florida A&M University’s inspector general’s office is also looking into the allegations are valid. Our calls to the inspector general were not returned.
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