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I am so very sorry to learn of your daughter's situation. Unfortunately there is not a legal cause of action against the state.
The best suggestion I have for you is one you have probably already tried, and that is to help her with tutoring and test preparation prior to taking the examination again.
I wish that there was another answer, but Florida is one of many states that requires students to pass the state examination in order to receive a diploma, and while the IEP can get her additional time to take the examination, or for accommodations necessary to enable her to take the exam, it cannot exempt her from the requirement.
I attempted to do so. Your daughter must pass the test. If she needs extra help, she should get tutoring. If she needs accommodations for taking taking the test, it should be written into her IEP, but it is unfair for you to expect me to know what everything you know about your specific circumstance. I answered your question "Can my daughter Amanda sue the state of Florida?" and I provided the basis for my answer, and I did provide you with additional information to assist you.