Education experts applauding as Governor Ron DeSantis announces plans to get rid of the Florida Standards Assessment (FSA) next school year. Critics of the FSA say this move is long overdue, calling the test outdated, unfair and culturally biased. Fedrick Ingram with the American Federation of Teachers says the test never measured student growth. The governor says eliminating it is the last step to ending Common Core in Florida. But it's not a done deal yet. State lawmakers still have to approve the move, the FSA is expected to be replaced with the monitoring of student progress.