Florida schools are getting ready for big change.In the words of state Education Commissioner Tony Bennett, the move to the Common Core State Standards will "transform the way students learn, teachers teach and how we assess those two activities."Students will see tougher coursework, revised textbooks and new tests to replace the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test. Schools will get new computers, improved Internet access and the capacity to keep it all running. All the timetables say Common Core must be in place by fall 2014. But many teachers have not been trained. The FCAT's successor is still being developed. State officials have yet to figure out how it will mesh with Florida's school accountability system.