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College and Career Ready . Pre K – 12 Public Schools . Florida College System. State University System. The Path to College and Career Readiness. PreK-12 At a Glance Foundation Policies Results Next Generation Policies Results RTTT. PreK-12 At a Glance

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College and Career

Ready

Pre K – 12 Public Schools

Florida College System

State University System

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The Path to College and Career Readiness
  • PreK-12 At a Glance
  • Foundation Policies
  • Results
  • Next Generation Policies
  • Results
  • RTTT
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PreK-12 At a Glance
    • Number of Teachers: 166,724
    • Number of Students: 2,634,382
foundation policies 2000 2007
Foundation Policies2000 - 2007
  • A++
  • Reading – “Just Read Florida”
  • Assessment - FCAT
  • Accountability – School Grades
  • VPK
  • Choice
  • Florida Virtual School
  • Longitudinal Data Systems
  • Facts.org
although florida was ranked 32 nd for grade 4 reading in 2003
Although Florida was ranked 32nd for Grade 4 Reading in 2003…

2003 NAEP Reading Results, Grades 4, Percent Scoring Basic Level and Above, 50 States and Washington, DC

by 2009 florida s students jumped to 8 th in the nation in grade 4 reading
By 2009, Florida’s students jumped to 8th in the nation in Grade 4 Reading

2009 NAEP Reading Results, Grades 4, Percent Scoring Basic Level and Above, 50 States and Washington, DC

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“Next Generation”

Policies & Strategic Plan

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Next Generation Standards
  • Common Core Standards (2013-14) / Assessments (PARCC)
  • FCAT 2.0
  • End of Course Test (computer based)
  • High School Accountability – 50% / 50%
    • Access
    • Acceleration
    • Graduation
  • Differentiated Accountability
  • Career and Professional Education Act (CAPE)
  • Senate Bill 4
    • IB, AICE or 4AP / DE
high school graduation requirements senate bill 4
Entering 9th Grade

2010

2011

2012

2013

To Graduate

Algebra and Geometry

+

Biology and Algebra EOC

+

Biology EOC, Geometry EOC and Algebra II

+

Chemistry or Physics and an equally rigorous science course

High School Graduation RequirementsSenate Bill 4
high school postsecondary readiness assessment remediation senate bill 1908
High School Postsecondary Readiness Assessment & Remediation(Senate Bill 1908)

Section 1008.30(3), Florida Statutes

Major Components

  • Administer postsecondary readiness assessment in 11th grade
  • Student who meets cut score is eligible for enrollment in college credit for 2 years without retesting
  • Student who does not meet cut score must be provided an opportunity to remediate while in high school
  • Remediation must be collaborative effort between district high schools and college
secondary cte
Secondary CTE
  • 342,672 students enrolled
  • Industry certifications earned are included on student’s transcript
  • 85 Statewide Articulation Agreements based on industry certifications have been developed with The Florida College System
postsecondary cte provided by florida s school districts
Postsecondary CTE provided by Florida’s School Districts
  • 46 technical centers located throughout Florida
  • 61,893 students enrolled
  • Programs based on needs of business and industry
  • Result in postsecondary certificates/industry certifications
  • Local/Statewide Articulation Agreements provide opportunities for students to transition to AS/AAS degrees in the Florida College System
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Short Term

Results

graduation rate
Graduation Rate

Four-Year NGA Graduation Rate, 2004-05 through 2008-09

african american hispanic graduation rate up 10 in four years
African American & Hispanic Graduation Rate up 10% in four years

High School Graduation Rate, NGA Method, 2005-06 to 2008-09

by 2009 40 of florida s high school graduates took an ap exam
By 2009, 40% of Florida’s high school graduates took an AP exam

Percentage of High School Graduates Who Took an AP Exam in High School, 2009

hispanics students have eliminated the achievement gap in ap in florida
Hispanics students have eliminated the achievement gap in AP in Florida

2009 AP Equity and Excellence Gaps, Student Access and Performance in U.S. Public Schools by Race/Ethnicity

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From 2004 to 2009, the percent of Florida’s high school graduates earning an AP score of 3 or higher increased by 5% (third strongest in the country)

Increase in the percent of High School Graduates Who Earned an AP score of 3, 4, or 5, 2009

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Steady Growth in Dual Enrollment participation and performance fuels Florida’s College & Career Ready agenda

Number of students enrolled in Dual Enrollment and the number of students earning credit in Dual Enrollment through the Florida Colleges, 2005-06 to 2009-10

number of florida students earning industry certification skyrockets
Number of Florida students earning Industry Certification skyrockets

Number of Students Earning Industry Certifications, 2007-08 to 2009-10 (preliminary data)

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“RTTT”

Race to the Top

race to the top overview
Race to the TopOverview
  • Florida is one of 12 winners
  • $700 million over 4 years
    • $350 million to participating districts
    • $350 million to state to support all districts
  • Florida has 69 participating districts
  • 62 have sent a Final Scope of Work for our review and feedback
  • Final deadline is November 9
race to the top goals
Race to the TopGoals

1. Double the percentageof incoming high school

freshmen who:

graduate from High School

go to College

earn a years worth of college credit

2. Cut the achievement gap in half in 2015; and

3. Increase the percentage of students scoring at or above proficient on NAEP by 2015, to or beyond the performance levels of the highest-performing states.

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