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2014 Assessment Results. A-1. 2013 and 2014 FCAT 2.0 Writing. FCAT 2.0 Reading, 2013 to 2014 Percent Scoring 3-5. FCAT 2.0 Mathematics, 2013 to 2014 Percent Scoring 3-5. Florida, Miami-Dade and Selected Districts Reading and Mathematics – Percent Scoring 3-5.

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2014 Assessment Results

A-1


2013 and 2014 FCAT 2.0 Writing


FCAT 2.0 Reading, 2013 to 2014Percent Scoring 3-5


FCAT 2.0 Mathematics, 2013 to 2014Percent Scoring 3-5


Florida, Miami-Dade and Selected DistrictsReading and Mathematics – Percent Scoring 3-5


FCAT 2.0 Science, 2013 to 2014Percent Scoring 3-5


2013 and 2014 End of Course - Algebra


2013 and 2014 End of Course - Geometry


2013 and 2014 End of Course - Biology


2014 End of Course – US History


Florida, Miami-Dade and Selected Districts2013 and 2014 End-Of-Course Assessments Percent Scoring 3-5


Changes for 2013-14

  • Inclusion of 100 points for US History in High Schools;

  • New Raised Cut Scores in High Schools;

  • Elementary students who were being instructed  under two curriculums (New Florida Standards/Common Core  and NGSSS);

  • Additional grade levels  who completed the FCAT on the computer  (Grade 6 Math, Grade 8 Reading)  and

  • Writing results that used, for the second year in a row,  the new scoring rubric - yet scores were flat


The Bottom Line

The changes in the high school cut scores on the accountability system may result in a decline in school performance grades even though students in M-DCPS demonstrated substantial increases in student achievement.


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