Who came up with the FCAT?

Answer The Florida Department of Education developed the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test (FCAT). The FCAT tests students' comprehensive knowledge about math, science and reading. Students took the f... Read More »

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What is the FCAT for?

The Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test (FCAT) is a standardized test administered to public school students in grades three to 11. The test covers mathematics, science, reading and writing. Scho... Read More »

What Was the FCAT Writing Plus?

The Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test (FCAT) Writing Plus was the name the Florida Department of Education gave to its annual writing assessment test for students in grades four, eight and 10. ... Read More »

When did the FCAT start?

Florida's statewide education assessment program began development in 1972. However, after many years of undergoing changes and codification, the FCAT was administered to "students in grades 4, 5, ... Read More »

Who created the FCAT?

The FCAT, originally called the Florida Writing Assessment Program, was first developed in May of 1996. It was put together with the cooperation of Florida-based teachers, curriculum specialists, s... Read More »