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Do you know where your child's cell phone is?

Better not be in his or her pocket during Florida Comprehensive Assessment Testing next week, or their test will be instantly invalid.

This year, Florida Department of Education officials have issued stricter guidelines for cell phones and electronic devices than ever before.

While students have historically been prohibited from having electronic devices in their possession during testing, the previous policy merely warned students that violation may result in disqualification.

Now, if a child is found with any electronic device that reproduces, transmits, calculates or records, their test will be instantly nullified, no questions asked.



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