Parents, what are your kids doing when they're not testing?
Thousands of students are currently taking the FCAT. But while the testing period lasts for weeks in each school district, students are only testing for a few days during that time. So what are students doing in class when they're not testing? The Miami Herald is working on a story as the state prepares for a new standardized test next year.
Do you talk to your children about what happens in school during testing? Be a part of this story by sharing your experiences below. You can also contact reporter David Smiley at email@example.com.
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