In Orlando, they hosted a webinar on how to skip the state tests.
In Fort Myers, they convinced the local school board to eliminate all district-required exams.
In Miami, they created an anti-testing network of nearly 1,400 members.
Across Florida, parents are pushing back on standardized tests. Some say schoolchildren are taking too many exams. Others have concerns about the quality of the tests, and the way the results are being used.