Jeffrey Solochek in Gradebook cataloged concerns that many superintendents registered last week. Here is what Miami-Dade superintendent Alberto Caravalho said:
“The continual interruptions our schools will face as they comply with Florida’s computer-based testing requirements will significantly detract from the quality of instruction provided to students. Although M-DCPS will abide by the state’s mandate for computer-based testing, I do not believe it will be possible for school districts to deliver high-quality instructional programs amidst the many disruptions created by computer-based testing
Caravalho has been registering his displeasure today on Twitter.