Education

FCAT: About half of school district reads, adds or writes on grade level

July 26, 2013

The Florida Public School District grades are in. Escambia County remains a “C” district. The FCAT scores show that about half of its students aren’t reading, writing or performing math on their grade levels–which isn’t much different than last year. Writing is down, but that has to do with the new standards.

A bright spot for the county is science.

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ESCAMBIA 2013 2012 Gain/Loss
Reading % Satisfactory or Higher 52 52 0
Math % Satisfactory or Higher 54 52 2
Writing % Satisfactory or Higher 48 76 -28
Science % Satisfactory or Higher 58 46 12
Santa Rosa Gain/Loss
Reading % Satisfactory or Higher 70 70 0
Math % Satisfactory or Higher 69 69 0
Writing % Satisfactory or Higher 63 85 -22
Science % Satisfactory or Higher 68 62 6

 

 

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