[Susan notes: Money is something people can understand. "Locals" are the ones who will have to foot the billions and billions projected to keep those online Common Core tests coming.]
To the editor
Re: Common Core test costs: Less than current FCAT expenses, estimates show (but that doesn't include needed technology, other factors," July 22).
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