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Title: Spring 2014 FCAT 2.0 Writing Training Materials

Spring 2014 FCAT 2.0 WritingTraining Materials
  • These training materials are based on the Spring
    2014 Writing Test Administration Manual and are
    available at www.FLAssessments.com/Writing.
  • These training materials highlight important
    information regarding test administration
    policies and procedures.
  • Not all information from the test administration
    manual is included in this presentation, so it is
    imperative that school staff read and familiarize
    themselves with all information in the manual in
    addition to using these training materials.

  • Appendices in the Spring 2014 Writing Test
    Administration Manual include
  • Appendix AAccommodations
  • Appendix BTest Security Statute and Rule
  • Appendix CForms, Cover Sheets, Checklists, Signs

TAM 67-125
Whats New
  • Test Security Statute and Rule
  • Florida Test Security Statute, Section 1008.24,
    F.S., and Florida State Board of Education Test
    Security Rule 6A-10.042, FAC, located in Appendix
    B, are now printed on perforated pages that may
    be removed for review during trainings.
  • Student Grid Sheets
  • The English Language Learner (ELL) category on
    student grid sheets no longer records the length
    of time ELLs have been receiving ESOL services
    but is now updated to record the length of time
    ELLs have been enrolled in a U.S. school.

TAM IV 8, 11-12 83-87
Daily Administration Schedule
Day 1 Tuesday, February 25, 2014 Day 1 Tuesday, February 25, 2014 Day 1 Tuesday, February 25, 2014
Grades 4, 8, 10 Writing Test 60 minutes
Day 2 Wednesday, February 26, 2014 Day 2 Wednesday, February 26, 2014 Day 2 Wednesday, February 26, 2014
Grades 4, 8, 10 Writing Make-Up Test 60 minutes
The FCAT 2.0 Writing extended testing window for the Visually Impaired (VI) and Hospital/Homebound Program students is February 25th March 3rd. The FCAT 2.0 Writing extended testing window for the Visually Impaired (VI) and Hospital/Homebound Program students is February 25th March 3rd. The FCAT 2.0 Writing extended testing window for the Visually Impaired (VI) and Hospital/Homebound Program students is February 25th March 3rd.
Note Any deviation from this schedule requires written approval from the FLDOE prior to implementation. Note Any deviation from this schedule requires written approval from the FLDOE prior to implementation. Note Any deviation from this schedule requires written approval from the FLDOE prior to implementation.
See back of TAM cover page Training Packet
Students to Be Tested
  • All Grades 4, 8, and 10 students, including
    retained students, are required to participate in
    FCAT 2.0 Writing.
  • English Language Learners (ELLs)
  • All ELLs are expected to participate in FCAT 2.0
  • Students With Disabilities
  • Students with disabilities participate in the
    statewide assessment program by taking one of the
  • FCAT 2.0 without accommodations,
  • FCAT 2.0 with accommodations, or
  • Florida Alternate Assessment.

TAM 3-4
Students to Be Tested
Special Programs Special Programs District Number School Number
FLVS Full-Time K-8 71 0300
FLVS Full-Time 9-12 71 0400
FLVS FL Virtual Academy 50 7079
Miami-Dade Online Academy Miami-Dade Online Academy 13 7001
Florida Home Education Florida Home Education 13 9998
McKay Scholarship McKay Scholarship 13 3518
Florida Tax Credit Scholarship Florida Tax Credit Scholarship 97 9999
Hospital/Homebound (Brucie Ball Educational Center) Hospital/Homebound (Brucie Ball Educational Center) 13 9732
District program not in the Test Administration
Make arrangements to test special program
TAM 5-6 48 Training Packet
Allowable Accommodations
  • Students With Disabilities
  • Test administrators who will administer tests to
    students using accommodations must familiarize
    themselves with the information in Appendix A.
  • Flexible Presentation
  • Flexible Responding
  • Flexible Scheduling
  • Flexible Setting
  • Assistive Devices and Tools

TAM Appendix A 67-72 75-81
Allowable Accommodations (cont.)
  • ESOL Levels 1- 4 Only
  • Students who are currently receiving services in
    a program operated in accordance with an approved
    district LEP plan
  • Flexible Setting
  • Flexible Scheduling
  • Assistance in Heritage Language
  • Approved Dictionary

TAM Appendix A 72-73
What To Do Temporary Section 504
  • When a student sustains an impairment / injury
    during FCAT 2.0 administration, they may be
    eligible for Section 504
  • You may consider scheduling the test on an
    available make-up day, if possible, to provide
    more time to collect written medical
    documentation from the parent and schedule a 504
    Eligibility Meeting
  • Contact the Staffing Specialist for assistance
    and directions on proceeding with a Section 504
    Eligibility Meeting / Plan
  • Send / provide a Notification of Meeting to the
  • Only a designated LEA may facilitate a Section
    504 Meeting

SPED Office Contacts
  • North Central (305) 827-3025
  • Alfreida Robinson
  • Instructional Supervisor
  • Elena Hernandez
  • Lead Staffing Specialist
  • North (305) 827-3025
  • Kate Cadieux
  • Instructional Supervisor
  • Cindy ODonnell
  • Lead Staffing Specialist
  • South Central (786) 268-4757
  • Kathy Maguire
  • Instructional Supervisor
  • Lourdes Alonso
  • Lead Staffing Specialist
  • South (786) 268-4757
  • Helene Chait
  • Instructional Supervisor
  • Maria McMann Sifre
  • Lead Staffing Specialist

Test Security
  • Per Test Security Statute, s. 1008.24, F.S., and
    Florida State Board Rule, 6A-10.042, FAC,
    inappropriate actions by school or district
    personnel can result in student or classroom
    invalidations, loss of teaching certification,
    and/or involvement of law enforcement.
  • Examples of prohibited activities include the
  • Reading the Writing prompts before, during, or
    after testing
  • Revealing the Writing prompts
  • Copying the Writing prompts
  • Explaining or reading the Writing prompts for
  • Copying or reading student responses or used
    planning sheets
  • Changing or otherwise interfering with student
  • Causing achievement of schools to be inaccurately
    measured or reported

TAM 12 Appendix B 91
State and District Requirements
  • Standards, Guidelines, and Procedures for Test
    Administration and Test Security available at
  • Adopted by School Board
  • General Guidelines
  • Florida Test Security Statute and Rule
  • School Procedural Checklist (FM-6927)
  • District Monitors

TAM Appendix B 91 Training Packet
Test Irregularities/Missing Materials
  • Test administrators should report any test
    irregularities (e.g., disruptive students) and
    possible security breaches to the school
    assessment coordinator immediately.
  • Schools must investigate ANY report of missing
    materials and report missing secure materials to
    Student Assessment Educational Testing (SAET)
    immediately at 305-995-7520.
  • If a test irregularity or security breach is
    identified, the school assessment coordinator
    must contact SAET to discuss possible test

TAM 15 59
Test Irregularities/Security Breaches
  • For test irregularities requiring further
    investigation by the district and for security
    breaches, a written report and supporting
    documentation must be submitted within 7 working
    days after the irregularity or security breach
    was identified. The report must include
  • The nature of the situation
  • The time and place of the occurrence
  • The names of the people involved
  • A description of the communication between the
    district assessment coordinators office and
    school personnel
  • How the incident was resolved
  • What steps are being taken to avoid future test
    irregularities or security breaches
  • Schools should submit completed reports and
    supporting documentation to SAET to be forwarded
    to the FLDOE.

TAM 15-16
Electronic Devices
  • Students may not have any electronic or recording
    devices at their desks, in their pockets, or
    anywhere they can reach them during testing or
    break, even if they are turned off or they do not
    use them.
  • If a student is found to be in possession of ANY
    electronic devices during testing OR during a
    break, his or her test must be invalidated.
  • Students and parents/guardians should be made
    aware of this policy prior to testing.

TAM v 17 23-24 Appendix C 107
Before Testing
TAM 20-24 41-45
Communicate Testing Policies
  • Electronic Devices PolicyIf students are found
    with ANY electronic devices, including, but not
    limited to, cell phones and smartphones, during
    testing OR during breaks, their tests will be
  • Leaving CampusIf students leave campus before
    completing the test (for lunch, an appointment,
    or illness, etc.), they WILL NOT be allowed to
    complete the test.
  • Testing Rules AcknowledgmentPrior to testing,
    students will sign below a Testing Rules
    Acknowledgment on the back of the planning sheet
    that reads I understand the testing rules that
    were just read to me. If I do not follow these
    rules, my test score may be invalidated.
  • Discussing Test Content after TestingThe last
    portion of the testing rules read to students
    before they sign below the acknowledgment reads,
    After the test, you may not discuss the Writing
    prompt with anyone. This includes any type of
    electronic communication, such as texting,
    emailing, or posting online, for example, on
    websites like Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.

TAM 24
Receive Test Materials
  • You will receive the following materials, as
    appropriate for your school
  • School Cover Memo
  • Packing List
  • School Assessment Coordinator Kitclear plastic
  • PreID Rosters and Labels
  • Writing Planning Sheets
  • Writing Folders
  • Special Document Boxes (if applicable)
  • Save the original boxes for returning TO BE
    SCORED materials.
  • If you need additional materials, contact the
    Test Distribution Center (TDC) at 305-995-3743.

TAM 41-42
Prepare Test Materials
  • School personnel must adhere to the following
    policies as they prepare student materials
  • School staff may verify and apply labels and/or
    complete student grid sheets no sooner than 3
    days prior to testing (Feb. 20).
  • Only the school assessment coordinator and school
    personnel designated by the building/site
    administrator may open the shrink-wrapped
    packages and affix labels.
  • Do not use student labels from previous
  • Students are not permitted to assist in preparing
    secure materials before testing or in organizing
    and returning materials after testing.
  • After preparation, all secure materials must be
    returned to locked storage and remain there until
    testing begins.

TAM 8-9 Training Packet
Special Documents
  • Ensure that the correct procedures are followed
    for administering tests to students using special
  • Student responses must be recorded properly in
    all special documents before they are submitted
    for scoring.
  • Refer to the Special Document sections of the
    manual to ensure the proper handling of these

TAM 74-82
Chain of Custody Forms
  • Schools are required to maintain a Test Materials
    Chain of Custody Form located at
    www.FLAssessments.com/Writing and in Appendix C.
  • Record accurate information on the form,
    including the dates and times activities are
    completed, the names of the people performing
    activities involving the materials, and
    information about the locked storage room.
  • Retain electronic or hard copies of completed
    forms after materials are packaged for return.

TAM 43 95
District-Level Certification Form
  • Non-certified school personnel designated by the
    school administrator to assist test chairperson
    in handling secure materials for statewide
    assessments must be granted approval by the
    FLDOE. (Please refer to Weekly Briefing ID
  • Deadline to submit completed form to SAET for
    approval was December 6.
  • Signed FCAT 2.0 Test Administration and Security
    Agreement Form must also be submitted with form.
  • The approval will be valid for the remainder of
    the school year.

Training Packet Attachment F
Writing Folders
  • Writing folders include security numbers to
    assist in the tracking of these secure documents.
  • A security number consists of a nine-digit number
    followed by a check digit (located in upper right
    corner of Writing folders).
  • School assessment coordinators and test
    administrators must maintain records of required
    administration information that include the
    security numbers of Writing folders assigned to
  • If a Writing folder or planning sheet is soiled,
    it must be reported to SAET at 305-995-7520.

Students must write their name, school and
district name. ?
TAM 11-12 13-14
PreID Labels
  • PreID file is based on student information as of
    December 6
  • The PreID roster should be verified against the
    schools student information database.
  • Verify that students with PreID labels are still
    enrolled and will be tested.
  • FIVE elements MUST be correct on a student PreID
  • Student name
  • Florida ID number
  • District number
  • School number
  • Grade level
  • Destroy labels in a secure manner if ANY of this
    information is incorrect.
  • If any other preidentified information (e.g.,
    date of birth) is incorrect, use the label.

TAM 8-11
PreID Labels (cont.)
  • Affix the label in the box in the lower left
    corner of the student grid sheet.
  • Do not remove labels once they have been affixed.
  • Do not place a label over another label.

TAM 8-11
Train Test Administrators and Proctors
  • Train all test administrators and proctors,
    including non-school-based instructors (e.g.,
    itinerant teachers). You must train several
    employees to act as possible alternates.
  • Test administrators must be certified educators.
  • Test administrators who will be administering the
    test to students using large print or braille
    materials must be trained in the use of these
    test materials.
  • Distribute test administration manuals and
    instruct test administrators to read ALL
    appropriate sections including the important
    information and instructions between the SAY
    boxes .
  • Script must be read VERBATIM to students.
  • Test administrators must NOT administer the FCAT
    2.0 Writing assessment to their family members or
  • Under no circumstances may a students
    parent/guardian be present in a students testing
  • Encourage test administrators to use the
    checklist found in Appendix C and Attachment C in
    the Training Packet.

TAM 29-34 43-44 Appendix C 101
  • School Personnel may
  • Prepare, distribute, and collect materials under
    direct supervision of the test administrator
  • Complete student grid sheets
  • Non-school Personnel may
  • Assist in monitoring test administration only
  • Only be used as an extra pair of eyes
  • M-DCPS students may NOT serve as proctors.
  • FLDOE strongly recommends that a proctor be
    assigned to rooms with 30 or fewer students
    whenever possible.

TAM 12 13 43
Security Agreement Forms
  • Test administrators and proctors must sign and
    return an FCAT 2.0 Test Administration and
    Security Agreement, which indicates that they
  • Have received training
  • Have read the Test Security Statute and State
    Board Rule
  • Have read all applicable portions of the test
    administration manual
  • Understand and agree to adhere to all test
    security and administration policies and
  • Test administrators are required to sign a Test
    Administrator Prohibited Activities Agreement in
    addition to a Security Agreement. Test
    administrators must record their certification
    numbers on this document.

TAM 44 91 93
Prepare the Room for Testing
  • The test should be administered in a room that
    has comfortable seating, good lighting, and
    sufficient workspace.
  • There must be at least three feet between
  • Make sure that students are not facing each other
    when seated at tables and are not in seating
    (stadium or staggered) that allows them to easily
    view other students test materials.
  • Post the sign that reads TESTINGPlease Do Not
    Disturb on all entrances to the testing room and
    display starting and stopping times for students
    as soon as testing begins.
  • Students must not have access to any unauthorized
    aids, including visual aids on classroom walls or
    desktops (e.g., word lists, punctuation charts).

TAM 20 Appendix C 107 111
Security Log
  • A Security Log must be maintained for each
    testing room.
  • Anyone who enters a room for the purpose of
    monitoring a test MUST sign the log for that
    testing room.

TAM 22 Appendix C 97
Test Group Codes
  • A test group code is a unique four-digit number
    used as a security measure to identify a group of
    students tested together.
  • School assessment coordinators will distribute
    test group codes to test administrators.
  • Each testing room MUST use a different test group
  • If students are absent for a test session, a
    different unique code must be used for each
    make-up session.
  • Note Writing folders do not contain a field for
    a test group code however, test group codes must
    still be used to identify groups of students
    tested together.
  • Test group codes must be recorded with required
    administration information and on seating charts.

TAM 23 42
Seating Charts
  • An accurate seating chart must be maintained for
    each testing room. Seating charts must record the
    following information
  • Room name/number
  • Student names and their location in the room
    during testing
  • Direction students are facing
  • Date
  • Test starting and stopping times
  • Test administrator name
  • Names of proctors (if applicable)
  • Test group code
  • All seating charts must indicate the front and
    back of the room.
  • If the seating configuration changes during
    testing, a new seating chart must be created.

TAM 21 43 Training Packet
Administration Record/Security Checklist
  • School assessment coordinators may use the
    checklist to record the security numbers of the
    documents assigned to and returned by each test
  • A blank version of the form can be found in
    Appendix C and at www.FLAssessments.com/Writing.
  • Pre-populated lists with security numbers for all
    secure folders assigned to each school are
    available for schools at www.pearsonaccess.com/fl
    and select the correct test administration
    (Spring 2014 Writing)
  • Go to Test Setup gt Order Additional Materials and
    Tracking gt Reports, and select Security Checklist
    Detail from the drop-down list.

TAM 14 Appendix C 99
Required Administration Information
  • Test Administrators must record and maintain the
    following required administration information
  • Students assigned to the room
  • Attendance information
  • Accommodations provided
  • Accommodations used
  • Test group code
  • Grade level
  • Unique security number of secure documents
    assigned to each student
  • Signatures of test administrator and school
    assessment coordinator
  • Dates for when Writing folders are received and

TAM 42 Appendix C 99
During Testing
TAM 25-38 46
Supervise Test Administration
  • Students are using No. 2 pencils
  • Students do not have books, notes, scratch paper
    (other than their planning sheets), or electronic
    devices of any kind
  • Students are using the correct assigned Writing
    folder and planning sheet
  • Students have signed below the Testing Rules
  • Students do not talk or make any disturbance
  • Students are working independently
  • Students who use their planning sheets allow
    themselves enough time to write complete
    responses in their Writing folders
  • Students are recording their responses in the
    appropriate area

TAM 26-27
Supervise Test Administration (cont.)
  • It is not appropriate to use cell or classroom
    phones, grade papers, or work on the computer
    during testing.
  • Students may be encouraged to continue working,
    but do NOT talk with them about the prompt or
    help them with their responses.
  • If students finish the test before the allotted
    time for the session has elapsed, they may be
    encouraged to go back and check their work.
  • Test materials may NOT be collected prior to the
    end of the 60-minute session.
  • FCAT 2.0 Writing is administered in one 60-minute
    session failure to provide the correct amount
    of time will likely result in test invalidation.
  • Keep accurate time and display times for students
    as instructed in the script.
  • Security number(s) of the folder(s) assigned to
    and returned by each student MUST be recorded and
    verified at the completion of testing.

TAM 26-27
Monitor Testing
  • Distribute Writing folders and planning sheets
    for students in each testing room immediately
    before testing is scheduled to begin.
  • Provide test administrators with additional
    materials, as necessary.
  • Monitor each testing room to ensure that test
    administration and test security policies and
    procedures are followed, seating charts and
    Security Logs are properly completed, and
    required administration information is collected.
  • Be available during testing to answer questions
    from test administrators.
  • Arrange for and supervise make-up

TAM 46
After Testing
TAM 39-4047-58
Test Invalidation
  • A test MUST be invalidated if either of the
    following circumstances occurs
  • A student has an electronic device during testing
  • A student is cheating during testing
  • A student is given an accommodation not allowed
    in the FCAT 2.0 Writing test
  • A student is given an accommodation not indicated
    on the students IEP, Section 504 plan, or ELL
  • An error occurs in test administration or
    procedures that could compromise the validity of
    test results
  • A student is given unauthorized help during
  • A test MAY be invalidated if one of the following
    circumstances occurs
  • A student becomes ill and is unable to finish
  • A student is not allowed the correct amount of
  • A student was not provided an allowable
    accommodation indicated on the students IEP,
    Section 504 plan, or ELL plan
  • A disruption occurs during testing (e.g., severe
  • A student is disruptive during testing

TAM 17-19
Organize Materials
  • Verify that all distributed secure materials have
    been returned. Complete the Test Materials Chain
    of Custody Form.
  • Report any missing materials to SAET at
    305-995-7520 and conduct the necessary
  • Make copies of all collected required
    administration information, seating charts,
    Security Logs, and Chain of Custody forms.
  • Inspect students Writing folders for stray marks
    ONLY on student grid sheets, verify that each
    student has completed the required information in
    the upper left corner of the grid sheet, and
    remove any stray planning sheets. Do NOT open
    Writing folders or review student responses.
  • Check to make sure DNS bubbles have not been
    gridded by mistake and that DNS bubbles are
    gridded on invalidated test documents.
  • Organize test materials and hand-deliver to TDC
    by the scheduled return dates.

TAM 51-57
Document Count Forms
  • Do not copy blank count forms however, once the
    count forms are completed, you may copy them for
    your records. If you need additional count forms,
    contact TDC at 305-995-3743.
  • Verify that you have included all Writing folders
    from make-up tests before you complete the forms.
  • Place each completed form on top of the first
    stack of corresponding TO BE SCORED Writing
  • Separate Document Count Forms must be completed
    for any special program student documents (Home
    Ed, Virtual School, etc.).

TAM 48-50
Ensure that the correct district and school
numbers are gridded (refer to the chart on page
48 of the manual for special program
district/school numbers).
Grid the correct grade level/document
type, number of documents under the form, and
special document type, if applicable. Complete a
separate Document Count Form for each grade
TAM 48-50
Paper Bands
  • Documents for each grade level and special
    program must be banded separately.
  • On each paper band, provide the appropriate
    district/school number, school name, number of TO
    BE SCORED documents contained in the paper band,
    and number of banded stacks per Document Count
  • Under Number of Banded Stacks per Document Count
    Form, number the paper bands 1 of n, 2 of n,
    etc., where n is the total number of banded
    stacks per Document Count Form.
  • Place a paper band around each stack of TO BE
    SCORED Writing folders. The Document Count Form
    must be under the paper band on top of the stack
    labeled 1 of n.
  • Seal the paper band and be sure that it securely
    holds the folders. Do not use staples, paper
    clips, or tape.

TAM 51
Pack Test Materials
  • Prepare the following types of boxes for return
    to TDC
  • All TO BE SCORED Writing foldersRed-labeled
  • All TO BE SCORED large print materials, if
    applicableWhite-labeled boxes
  • All TO BE SCORED braille materials, if
    applicablePink-labeled boxes
  • All NOT TO BE SCORED materials (including NOT TO
    BE SCORED special documents)Yellow-labeled boxes
  • District Assessment Coordinator ONLY box
  • It is your responsibility to package all
    materials correctly. Mispackaged materials will
    delay reporting of student results.
  • See pages 5157 of the manual for instructions on
    the packaging and return of test materials,
    including large print and braille materials.

TAM 47-58 Friendly Reminder in Training Packet
Packaging Diagram(Red Labeled Boxes)
FLVS Academy (50/7079 and/or FLVS FT Middle
71/0300 or FLVS FT High 71/0400)
Miami-Dade Online Academy (13/7001)
Brucie Ball Ed. Center Hospital/
Homebound (13/9732)
Note Place invalidated documents marked DNS
below the Document Count Form and include in
TAM 55 Friendly Reminder in Training Packet
Packaging DiagramSpecial Documents
Reminder Return regular print folder shipped in
LP or BR Kit, in Student Envelope
TAM 56
District Assessment Coordinator ONLY Box
  • Place the following materials in the District
    Assessment Coordinator ONLY box
  • All Planning Sheets (used with signed Testing
    Rules Acknowledgement and unused)
  • Original Administration Record/Security Checklist
    or schools developed form with all required
    administration information
  • Original Security Logs
  • Original Seating Charts
  • Original Test Materials Chain of Custody Form
  • Original Accounting for All Secure Documents
  • Original School Procedural Checklist (FM-6927)
  • Seal the box.
  • Write District Assessment Coordinator ONLY on the
    side of the box.

TAM 57 Friendly Reminder in Training Packet
Return Schedule
RED - TO BE SCORED GRADES 4, 8, AND 10 WHITE TO BE SCORED large print materials, if applicable PINK - TO BE SCORED Braille materials, if applicable YELLOW All NOT TO BE SCORED materials (including NOT TO BE SCORED special documents) DISTRICT ASSESSMENT COORDINATOR ONLY BOX Elementary, K-8 Centers, Middle Schools, Senior High Schools and Alternative Centers February 28 - March 4, 2014
Note Schools must hand-deliver all FCAT 2.0
Writing materials to TDC by 330 p.m. at 13135
S.W. 26 Street, Miami, FL 33175.
Friendly Reminder in Training Packet
Online Resources
  • The following materials may be found on the
    PearsonAccess website under the Support tab
  • Test administration manual
  • Forms to report missing materials and test
    irregularities/security breaches
  • Training materials
  • Comment forms
  • Blank Administration Record/Security Checklist
  • Security Log
  • Materials Return List
  • Braille Script
  • FCAT 2.0 Test Administration and Security
    Agreement, Test Administrator Prohibited
    Activities Agreement, Test Materials Chain of
    Custody Form
  • Parent/guardian letters
  • Checklists for reference before, during, and
    after testing

www.PearsonAccess.com/fl, select Support Tab
Comment Forms
  • After testing, test administrators and school
    assessment coordinators are encouraged to
    complete a Writing comment form located at
  • FLDOE and Pearson appreciate valuable feedback
    from district and school personnel.

TAM 40 58
Contact Information
  • Student Assessment and Educational Testing
  • Maria C. Bruguera, Director
  • Email mbruguera_at_dadeschools.net or
  • Mara Ugando, Staff Specialist
  • Email mugando_at_dadeschools.net
  • Phone 305-995-7520
  • Fax 305-995-7522

  • Thank you for ensuring a secure and successful
    FCAT 2.0 Writing administration.
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