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April 22, 2014 7:33 PM

Manatee County avoids FCAT chaos Tuesday

Florida’s all-important FCAT exams were thrown in disarray Tuesday, as widespread computer glitches prevented thousands of students around the state from logging into their computers and taking the test. Things got so bad that some school districts advised their principals to abandon testing entirely until further notice. Gov. Rick Scott called the hiccups “unacceptable.”

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