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Third grade students work to solve a math problem as their teacher, Melissa Moore, upper left, helps the class prepare for the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test (FCAT) at Bonita Springs Charter School on Friday. A report done by the Florida Department of Education shows that students in charter schools tend to score better on the FCAT than students in traditional public schools. Bonita Springs Charter School, an A+ school, is one of the best examples of the study.

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Lexey Swall/Staff Third grade students work to solve a math problem as their teacher, Melissa Moore, upper left, helps the class prepare for the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test (FCAT) at Bonita Springs Charter School on Friday. A report done by the Florida Department of Education shows that students in charter schools tend to score better on the FCAT than students in traditional public schools. Bonita Springs Charter School, an A+ school, is one of the best examples of the study.

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