Caving in to tea party criticism of a national education reform effort known as Common Core State Standards, Gov. Rick Scott pulled Florida out of a multistate consortium developing tests to replace the failed Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test.
But in a move sure to confound and confuse Common Core foes, Scott directed his latest education commissioner to move ahead with the development of new tests based on the same standards.
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