[Susan notes: Bill Archer is another persistent letter writer, and it's good news when he catches the media doing something right. ]
To the editor
Some are content to just suggest the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test needs to end. The Daytona Beach News-Journal offers statistics and results that illustrate the costliness and lack of overall positive benefits that the FCAT, imposed by former education reform governor Jeb Bush nearly 10 years ago, has achieved.
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