A website is available to access information and resources regarding the new Florida Standards Assessment, which will replace the FCAT.
According to the Florida Department of Education, the FSA portal includes training tests to familiarize users with the online testing format, test blueprints to layout testing format, explanations of format for each grade level and subject, and details about policies.
The training tests are designed to "familiarize students and teachers with the computer-based testing environment," according to the Florida Department of Education.
The public can make comments and ask questions from June 30 to 5 p.m. on Sep. 5, to make sure concerns are attended to in time for the testing to take place in the spring of 2015.
More information will be provided about the website as it is developed further.