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You’re in the right place! Welcome to the My Choices in Ed FL Survey. This confidential survey will tell you which K-12 scholarship program may be able help your child attend the school that fits them best.
You can take the survey again for another child after you receive your results.
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NOTE: Reading below grade level means a student who earned a Level 1 or Level 2 on the Florida Standards Assessment in English Language Arts. You can find this information on your child’s Florida Standards Assessment (FSA) Score Report. If you cannot locate your child’s Florida Standards Assessment Score Report, please ask your child’s teacher what your child’s performance level was on the last FSA English Language Arts test he/she took.
Click here to view a list of failing schools for the 2019-20 school year.
An incident of battery; harassment; hazing; bullying; kidnapping; physical attack; robbery; sexual offenses, harassment, assault, or battery; threat or intimidation; or fighting at school.
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An Individual Education plan is a written plan for the special education of a student with a disability.
A Section 504 plan is a written plan that describes the accommodations that the school will provide to support the student’s education.
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This number should include everyone who lives at your house, including a parent or grandparent if they live with you and are a dependent.
Two of Florida’s private school scholarship programs require families to meet certain family income levels. The income level listed above is the highest amount a family can earn to still qualify for certain programs.
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Please fill out the information below so that we can ensure you receive a copy of your results.