Revising High School Grading Requirements. Revision of Rule 6A-1.09981, F.A.C. What is the Purpose of this Rule Change?. Senate Bill 1908 (2008 Legislative Session) requires a significant change to the way high schools are graded beginning with the 2009-10 School Year.
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Revision of Rule 6A-1.09981, F.A.C.
Acceleration ParticipationIn the formula, schools would earn weighted credit for the number of exams/courses a student takes. Below is the proposed weighting system to accommodate multiple exams or dual enrollment courses taken by students:
Acceleration Participation– EXAMPLEJohn Doe completes 3 Dual Enrollment courses; 2 AP exams; and 1 industry certification exam. Here are his results:
Weighting Proposal for Performance
Successful Outcomes are defined as:
Acceleration Performance In the formula, schools would earn weighted credit for the number of successful outcomes a student earns. Here is the proposed weighting system to accommodate multiple successes by students:
Acceleration Performance– EXAMPLEJohn Doe takes 3 Dual Enrollment courses; 2 AP exams; and 1 industry certification exam. Here are his results:
PLUS 11th and 12th grade retakes for possible bonus points (10) – High schools earn ten bonus points when half of all 11th and 12th graders retaking the FCAT meet the graduation requirement.