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Please respond to the latest School Leadership 2.0 survey

A new law in Florida mandates parental consent for social media use for children under 16, with a complete ban for those under 14. Social media platforms failing to comply face the possibility of hefty fines, and the law extends age verification requirements to pornographic websites.  Do you approve of this legislation?

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Results of the survey of April 14, 2024

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Which of the elements below are part of your school/district policy governing the ability of a student to retake a test? Check all that apply.

  9.1% --- Student failed initial test administration

  9.1% --- Student passed but wants to earn a better grade

  0.0%---Teacher wants all students to strive for mastery

  9.1% --- Student attends extra help session to reengage with material

  0.0%---Student's test performance is significantly lower than his/her traditional average

 72.7%---No set policy - entirely up to teacher discretion

  9.1% --- No retakes are permitted by school policy

  9.1% --- Other - please comment

Responses = 11

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I do not know what students or staff at my school do about test

It’s staggering to think that something as important as student grades would not have an agreed-upon policy established in our school district. But here we are.

The retake policy sounds like a good policy but is not. Most content is recycled throughout the year so students continue to work on mastery. Students are constantly testing, remediating, and retesting - there is not enough time for it. Ran out of space

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