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identify the roles district, state, and federal government agencies have in your local schools. I live in florida. Someone please help me

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  1. The federal government has mandated certain requirements to meet the "No Child Left Behind" act. It also funds some programs.

    The state also adds its two cents by giving the schools some money and requiring state tests.

    Local districts also contribute some of the money and add another layer of requirements.

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  2. Is that for Florida?

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  3. Yes. For many details, check this site.

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  4. That's for all states.

    Here is Florida's Department of Education website:
    http://www.fldoe.org/

    Schools also deal with districts, counties, and the federal government. Layers upon layers!

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  5. This site will also help you.

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