Florida finally turned in the big state education plan, but it may be controversial or delayed. The law requires special measurements for subgroups who traditionally underperform.
But rather than adjust the plan to conform to the law, Florida’s plan essentially keeps its accountability system the same as it was: The state plans to report on the progress of students by race, income, etc., but not include their performance in the school grading system.
See more about why in Lane Wright’s The 74 article here.
What do you think?