Months after students put their pencils to paper to take the FCAT, schools will get their final report card today when the state Department of Education releases school grades.
The department has been releasing results from portions of the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test -- writing, reading, math and science -- since the end of April. Now, with all the numbers crunched, schools will find out what those results mean for their individual letter grades.
To check your school's grade, go online to schoolgrades.fldoe.org.
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