I'm your huckleberry
Friday July 25th 2014

On Sale:

Subscription Options:

Subscribe via RSS

Archives

Escambia County students score slightly higher than state averages in EOC assessments

The Escambia County public schools scored slightly higher than state averages for End-of-Course Assessments:

 

Algebra

District Name Grade Number of Students (First-Time Testers) Mean Scale Score Percentage Passing (Level 3 or Above) 1 2 3 4 5
ESCAMBIA All Grades 2,761 407 66 9 25 45 13 9
STATE TOTALS All Grades 207,642 408 66 11 22 38 14 14

Geometry

District Name Grade Number of Students (First-Time Testers) Mean Scale Score Percentage Passing (Level 3 or Above) 1 2 3 4 5
ESCAMBIA All Grades 2,329 409 74 7 19 36 25 13
STATE TOTALS All Grades 176,778 403 64 12 24 30 20 14

Biology

District Name Grade Number of Students (First-Time Testers) Mean Scale Score Percentage Passing (Level 3 or Above) 1 2 3 4 5
ESCAMBIA All Grades 2,182 407 71 6 23 41 14 16
STATE TOTALS All Grades 187,887 405 68 9 23 38 13 17

U.S History

District Name Grade Number of Students (First-Time Testers) Mean Scale Score Percentage Passing (Level 3 or Above) 1 2 3 4 5
ESCAMBIA All Grades 1,892 407 67 13 19 29 21 16
STATE TOTALS All Grades 156,964 406 65 16 19 27 20 18

Reader Feedback

One Response to “Escambia County students score slightly higher than state averages in EOC assessments”

  1. Ames says:

    How odd. Doesn’t make sense does it?

Leave a Reply

Read This Before Leaving a Comment

Please make sure your comments follow our guidelines:

  • Please use real name - first and last names.
  • No foul language (please). Comments that are obscene, vulgar or sexually oriented will be removed. Creative spelling of such terms or implied use of such language is banned, also.
  • Do not threaten to hurt or kill anyone.
  • Be nice. No racism, sexism or any other sort of -ism that degrades another person.
  • Harassing comments. If you are the subject of a harassing comment or personal attack by another user, do not respond in-kind. Email Rick: Rick@inweekly.net. The comment will be deleted asap.
  • Share what you know. Give us your eyewitness accounts, background, observations and history.
  • Do not libel anyone. Libel is writing something false about someone that damages that person
  • Remember, this is my site. I set the rules and reserve the right to remove any comments that I deem inappropriate and to ban anyone who violates these rules.

Comments that do not adhere will be deleted or marked as SPAM.