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Promotion and non-promotion in Florida public schools
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Title: Promotion and non-promotion in Florida public schools
Series Title: Research report
Alternate title: Promotion & non-promotion in Florida public schools
Physical Description: v. : ; 28 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Florida -- State Dept. of Education. -- Division of Research
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Publisher: State Dept. of Education
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: December 1959
Publication Date: -1972
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with 1956/57.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -1970/1971.
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Succeeded by: Analysis of membership at the close of each month of school
Succeeded by: Analysis of membership, promotion and non-promotion, Florida public schools

Table of Contents
    Title Page
        Title Page 1
        Title Page 2
    Introduction
        Page 1
        Page 2
        Page 3
    Needed study
        Page 4
        Page 5
        Page 6
    Table 1: Pupils in school at the close of the year who were not promoted, by grade, 1958-59
        Page 7
    Table 2: Membership promoted and non-promoted at close of 1958-59 school year, grades 1-6, white
        Page 8
        Page 9
    Table 3: Membership promoted and non-promoted at close of 1958-59 school year, grades 7-12, white
        Page 10
        Page 11
    Table 4: Membership promoted and non-promoted at close of 1958-59 school year, grades 1-6, negro
        Page 12
        Page 13
    Table 5: Membership promoted and non-promoted at close of 1958-59 school year, grades 7-12, negro
        Page 14
        Page 15
    Table 6: Percent of regular membership promoted at close of 1958-59 school year by race and by grade group
        Page 16
        Page 17
    Table 7: Membership not promoted at the close of 1958-59 school year and the estimated cost of re-teaching
        Page 18
        Page 19
    Table 8: Number of pupils taught in separate exceptional child classes, by grade group and race, 1958-59
        Page 20
Full Text







PROMOTION AND NON-PROMOTION IN

FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOLS

1958-59











RESEARCH REPORT-5















Prepared by

State Department of Education
Division of Administration and Finance
Research Section

Thomas D. Bailey
State Superintendent of Public Instruction

Tallahassee, Florida

December, 1959


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Research Report-S is the fifth of a series of sta-
tistical studies being prepared by the Research
and Statistics Section of the Division of Adminis-
tration and Finance of the Florida State Department
of Education.

The preparation of these reports is one phase in
the implementation of Florida's plan for improv-
ing statistical services of the State Department
of Education under the provisions of Title X,
National Defense Education Act.










PROMOTION AND NON-PROMOTION IN FLORIDA
PUBLIC SCHOOLS, i958-59


This is the second report prepared by the Research and Statistics .

Section of the Division of Administration and Finance presenting statistics

on promotion and non-promotion of pupils in Florida public schools. Data

for this study are taken from annual reports submitted by public school

principals covering the 1958-59 school year. .

A more detailed analysis is provided in this report than was possible

from the 1957-58 data used in the previous report, An analysis is made on

a grade by grade basis as well as by departmental breakdown. Pupils in

separate exceptional child classes and pupils in special vocational divi-

sions have been considered separately from students in regular classes.

This approach is more realistic since promotion policies in special classes

vary from policies in regular classes. Therefore, this report deals prima-

rily with pupils in regular classes who were in school at the close of the

1958-59 school year.

Table 1 is a State summary of the number and percent of pupils in each

grade at the close of the 1958-59 school year who were not promoted. While

the general state-wide pattern of non-promotion is the same for each race,

there are some differences in degree. For example, 9.42 percent of the

white first graders were not promoted as compared to 17.46 percent of the

Negro first graders. After the first grade, the proportion of non-promo-

tions decreases for both races until junior high school. In grades seven,

eight, and nine the proportion of non-promotion again rises markedly.

The proportion of Negro first graders not promoted at the end of the

year merits special attention. If the assumption can be made that most of









the Negro first graders who were spending their second year in the first

grade were promoted, then it follows that the 4,703 Negro first grade pu-

pils who were not promoted came, in the main, from beginning first graders.

If this assumption is correct, then roughly twenty-one percent, or better

than one out of five, of the Negro children entering the first grade for

the first time can expect to be held back at the end of the year. Detailed

analysis of this and other points suggested by the table can be made at the

local level where more complete information is available.

Tables 2-5 give the number of promotions and non-promotions by race

for each grade in each county.

Table 6 shows the percent of regular membership promoted by race and

by grade group. Percent of non-promotions may be found by subtracting the

percent promoted from 100 percent.

Table 7 gives the total number of white and Negro pupils in school at

the close of the 1958-59 school year who were not promoted, the average

expenditure per pupil in each county for 1958-59, and the calculated cost

of re-teaching these pupils who were not promoted, if they remain in school.

Table 8 gives the number of pupils in each county who were taught in

separate exceptional child classes, under the primary supervision of a

teacher on an exceptional child unit. Altogether, there were 6,108 pupils

in this classification; 78.75 percent of them were classified as elementary

pupils and 21.25 percent as secondary pupils. Pupils receiving only supple-

mental services from exceptional child teachers are counted with regular

pupils and are not included in Table 8.

Also excluded from consideration as promoted or non-promoted are 1,169

pupils taking special work in vocational and day-trade school divisions.


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Promotion, in such classes, is not on the same basis as in classes of reg-

ularly enrolled pupils. In some cases, complete information is not avail-

able for pupils in special classes due to incomplete reports.

The excluded pupils in both of these excluded groups amounted to less

than one percent of the total number of pupils in school at the close of
the year, so omitting pupils in these special classes has little effect on

overall percentages.

Analyses of promotion and non-promotion have been made by race because

of some apparent differences in promotional patterns which may or may not
prove significant.

MEMBERSHIP IN SCHOOL AT THE CLOSE OF 1958-59
WHO WERE. NOT PROMOTED

Number Not Promoted Percent Not Promoted
White Negro White Negro

Grades 1-6 21,850 13,392 5.54% 10.56%
Grades 7-9 13,935 3,994 8.71 10.48
Grades 10-12 6,57 1777 6.19 8.49

TOTAL 42,359 19,163 6.42% 10.31%

The theoretical cost of re-teaching pupils who were not promoted in

1958-59 is estimated at $12,516,548.94 for the 42,359 white pupils, and

$5,540,617.43 for the 19,163 Negro pupils for a total of $18,057,166.37
for the 61,522 pupils of both races. This estimate is reached by multi-

plying the number of non-promoted pupils in each county by the 1958-59

current expenditure per pupil in average daily attendance in each county.

The State total is a summation of the estimated cost of re-teaching non-

promoted pupils in each county. This total is almost equal to the

$18,105,167 estimated as the cost of re-teaching pupils not promoted in









197-88 .However,: the, estimate for 1958.-59 excludes pupils in (exceptional

child classes and special ,classes,-who were nt.ppomotedt.-. The 1957-58 esti-

mate included the~S, upils in special classes .and ;thus.was somewhat in-


.Actually, these estimated costs' :ae theoretical, and represent an over-

simplification of the problem, The-assumption is made that per pupil costs

will remain constant, and that the non-promoted pupils will remain in school

to graduate. Obviously some of the pupils who are not promoted will with-
draty fro school.before graduation and per, pupil costs, are. likely to in-

crease.

No consideration is given in this report to drop-outs, although it is

known that the net withdrawals intsome countiesare. substantial during each

year., Principals' Anual-Reports indicate ..a net, loss of more than eight

thousand pupils between'-the close of the eighth month of school and the

close f the school year,. (See Research: Report 59-60-3, Analysis of Mem-

bership'-at-he Close -of Each Month of-~ S- 61, 1958-Z99

Altogether, 11,369 first graders were not promoted at the close of the

1958-59 school year. If some acceptable, remedial action-could be taken to
cut in half,the failure rate in, the first grade alone, a theoretical savings

of $1,672,300 would result., While this theoretical savings would not be

realized immediately, it is equal to enough to pay for 33A additional

teachers or to construct over, a hundred new,.classrooms. This, from re-

ducing the failure rate byfifty percent in o e grade alone.


Needed' Study" -

There is a need for extensive study and research in this area of pro-
motion -ad 'non-promotion; The material presented in this report does not


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attempt to answer basic questions, but it does suggest issues on which in-

adequate -information is available.

1. What is the relationship between non-promotion and irreg-
ular attendance? Is this an important factor? This, of
course, leads into questions involving the causes of ir-
regular attendance.

2. Do pupils who are not promoted tend to drop out of school?
In an effort to establish and maintain "high" standards,
i.s the principle of providing an opportunity for optimum
growth of each pupil sacrificed?

3. What is the relationship between non-promotion and type of
curriculum? How well does the program of the school meet
the needs of pupils who are not promoted?

4. Does a high rate of non-promotion in lower grades tend to
reduce the rate of non-promotion in higher grades?

5." Are promotion standards and practices consistent from county
to county? From school to school, within the same county?
From section to section within the same grade in the same
school?

6. What are the emotional and psychological effects of non-
promotion? Is there any relationship between non-promo-
tion and disciplinary problems?

7. Does organized remedialwork, special homework, or indivi-
dual coaching appear to have any appreciable effect on the
non-promotion rate?

8. What is the effect of stability of residence on non-promo-
tion? Does movement from one school to another during the
year contribute to non-promotion?

9. Is academic achievement higher in school systems with a
high non-promotion rate? Is the higher rate justified?

10. What part does personal and educational guidance play in
non-promotion?

11. Does the administrative organization of schools, especially
at the junior high level, have any effect on the rate of
non-promotion? Does attaching an eighth or ninth grade to
a senior high school result in higher non-promotion?

12. What are the underlying causes of non-promotion? What can
be done about them at the local level? At the county level?
At the state level?










13., .What is the purpose of non-promotion? Is it for the non-
promoted childis benefit? For the benefit of other pupils?
To enhance the.reputation of the school? A punitive mea-
sure?

14. ':t.at is non-promotion actually costing in dollars? Are
the results worth the expenditure?

15. What is a reasonable rate of non-promotion? What is an
.excessive rate, and under what conditions?

16. What is.the relationship between class size and'non-pro-
motion? Between teacher.experience and non-promotion?
Between length of school day and non-promotion?


These are but a few of the many questions that come to mind. Many of

them are,inter-related. None of the answers are easy, and most of the prob-

lems must be worked out at the local level, where detailed data are readily

available.,; Most counties have skilled personnel on their staff who can

under take the task of finding the answers to one or more of these questions

if time can.be made .available, to them.

The Research and Statistics Section would like to be supplied the

results of any studies in this area conducted at the local':level, and will

be glad to offer any assistance possible in the design of local studies,









TABLE 1

PUPILS IN SCHOOL AT THE CLOSE OF

WERE NOT PROMOTED, BY GRADE,


THE YEAR WHO

1958-59*


WHITE NECRO

GRADE Number Not Promoted Number Not Promoted
in in
School Number Percent School Number Percent


70,741
66,878

63,111

63,308

64,439
65,640

394,117

61,449

50,806

477,736
159,991
43,632

35,371
27,170

106,173

660,281


6,666

3,9444

3,513
2,968

2,791
1,968
21,850

5,584

14,822

3,529
13,935

3,544
2,211

819

6,574

42,359


9.42%

5.90

5.57

4.69

4.33

3.00

5.54

9.09

9.t49

7.39
8,71

8.12

6.25

3.01
6.19

6.42


26,939

23,732

21,666

20,017

18,202

16,300

126,856

14,745

12,589
10,766

38,100
8,690

6,897

5,352
20,939
185,895


4,703

2,5149

2,087

1,730

1,364

959

13,392

1,479
1,285
1,230

3,994

1,014

564

199
1,777


17.46%

10.74

9.63
8.64

7.49

5.88

10.56

10.03

10.21

11.42

10.48

11.67

8.18

3.72
8.49


1

2

3
4

5
6

1-6

7
8

9
7-9
10

11

12

10-12

1-12


classes and 1,169


-7-


19,163 10.31


* Excludes 6,108 pupils in separate exceptional child
pupils in special vocational classes.





TABLE 2


MEMBERSHIP PROMOTED AND NON-RROMQTED).AT GLOSES
- OF 1958-59 SCHOOL ;YEAR; GRADESI1-6, WHITE -


First Grade Second Grade Third Grade Fourth Grade Fifth Grad, Sixth Grade
Counties Pro- Non- Pro- .. .No,- Pro--. Non-. Pro- .-Non-e jPro- I Non- Pro- Non-
I rmoted : Pro r moted d Pro -ote rod .e iote-L. Pro.. noted PFr6. moted Pro.
Alachua 941 99 86 63 -8 3 '828' 31- -880 27 869 21
Baker 121 31 115 4 133 3 120 8 122 6 123 1
Bay 1,134 121 1,017 64 970 59 1,036 41 982 o0 1,100 5
Bradford 209 30 228 27 205 12 .. 207. 16 -232.; 7 .208 8
Brevard 1,758 1i9 1,587 89' I6400 99S 487. 55 i1 205 1 2 1,500 23
Broward .3,67 31-7 -3,693 7 3,4 93. 99. 3,57, 5. 3 6 63 3,85 63
Calhoun 139 4 141 : 14 -' 146 I' i 73 1 ii 1
Charlotte' 131 20 124 6 114 2 123 133 i3 130 8
Citrus 145 13 116 5 106 8 119 9 126 12 l 10 10
Clay 368 46 337 21 297 9 319 11 304 18 :328 2
Collier 216 15 177 19 187 6 188 31 192 i4 204 15
Columbia 283 47 264 28 285 30 323 29 .277 28 30 11
Dade 10,796. 1 101 10,960 740 10310. 767 10,270 737 0385 782 10,913 519
DeSoto 130 28 117 14 118 11 2 1 25 58 .6 134 15
Dixie 79 8T 83 6 80 13 99 10 *0 91 7
Duval 6,707 627 6,654 27 6,058 369 6,07 277 6,213 258 -6,439 182
Escambia 2,693 179 2,618 114 2,427 115 2,521 68 12,673 74 2,594 56
Flagler 66 8. 61. 4- 48. 3 4. 9 9 : 7. : 55 1
Franklin i 100 12' 84 10 89 15' .10' 1 -96 .6 77 3
Gadsdenr i 269 29' 27 1. 276; 12 "288 21 i276 -' 261 22
Gilchrist. 9 8 60 7 56 4 60 4 50 5 58 -
Glades 27 6 29 5 26 2 31 3 36 1 36 3
Gulf : 181 28 .166 6 154.. 2 .182 10. 184 11 178
Hamilton. 95 19' 96 5 89 8" 103 5 1C5 124 3
Hardee ,207 49 -208. 27. 192 -, 16 221 15 20o 1 199 21
Hendry 119 17 92 9 122- 5. 123 6 150 4 121 2
Hernando 156 18 172 18 130 19 149 8 162 19 161 8
Highlands 314 32 278 7 285 15 281 10 301 2 279 10
Hillsborough 5,735. 565 5,600 389 5,366 317 5,345 254 5,607 216 5,663 158
Holmes 204 34 240 13 243 7. 232- 27 253 29 278 16


i E
i
I
r,
i
z ; r ; t









Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla
Walton
Washington
TOTAL


*


'"


I


323
535
81
52
781
689
880
140
64
147
766
-755
611
224
624
270
1,087
129
3,680
264
2 498
427
3,788
2,962
494
314
4860
--W
534
907
674
186
241
249
56
1,292
97


293 34 286 24 268 17 281 25 298 31 334 15
185 25 174 10 173 10 190 13 213 9 196 26
64,075 6,666 62,934 3,944 59,598 3,513 60,340 2,968 61,648 2,791 63,672 1,968


47
51
4
4
162
79
52
13
15
13
81
26
20
49
41
37
11
438
19
221
84
244
522
66
51
42
45
64
82
36
64
42
15
171
19


I


308
520
70
54
774
645
850
141
57
145
734
607
201
581
262
956
103
3,676
277
2,423
515
3,759
2,908
534
315
443
537
877
599
190
251
229
65
1,333
76


297
527
79
53
720
638
790
142
53
140
686
572
200
604
248
926
118
3,455
236
2 386

3,639
2,811
465
263
408
501
801
615
168
208
230
58
1,330
93


6
28
1
7
84
42
39
4
2
17
43
10
13
37
39
30
4
232
15
101
41
133
219
29
31
9
32
15
47
24
1
10
10
60
114


323
533
73
62
707
650
804
152
63
165
689
622
176
580
229
876
118
3,520
247
2,381
688
3,691
2,701
475
318
448
547
820
543
163
211
234
75
1,377
99


I


I


9
43
5
4
73
-44
32
8
3
11
39
16
12
29
34
18
4
182
14
66
28
79
173
Il4
36
9
31
16
37
20
6
13
7
45
5


279
'540
66
54
66
666
828
151
57
163
709
610
178
547
240
878
123
3,583
299
2 365
539
3,885
2,832
477
296
422
525
858
530
174
233
237
84
1,429
82


I


I


6
41
4
6
102
20
19
9
2
13
27
10
14
37
25
355
1
152
10
72
13
63
120
43
23
11
36
6
52
20
-6
24
10
43
9


11
48
17
61
36
24
29
9
236
18
134
45
154
227
38
43
23
38
29
66
l4
18
24
8
84
4


I


I


306
589
72
48
767
716
869
161
49
151
750
647
189
530
282
913
110
3,696
257
2,o01
502
4,1141
2,891
429
350
448
531
935
563
179
256
260
57
1,473
84


I


I


I


3
88
7
14
8
3
11
21
4
4
70
11
29
2
63
7
41
10
51
56
25
18
6
9
14
64
8
6
11
17
31
6


--








MEMBERSHIP PROMOTED AND NON-PROMOTED AT CLOSE
OF 1958-59 SCHOOL YEAR, GRADES 7-12, WHITE

Seventh Grade -Eighth Grade Ninth Grade: 'Tenth Grade Eleventh Grade -Twelfth Grade
Counties Pro Pr Non- Pro" Non- Pro N Nono Pro- Non- Pro- Nonr-
motmot edo, moted Pro. moted ProP moted ProP moted Pro. moted Pro.
h 1 ..6 1 9 2 a6h 564 18 1


Baker
Bay:
Bradf
Brevs
Browa
Calho
Char]
Citru
Clay
Colli
Column
Dade
DeSot
Dibxie


Lua


word
ird
Lrd
)un
.otte
is


gu(
liUS
115
1,072
215
1,397
3,396
149
106
107
23t0


47
1
28
14l
34
2914
21
10
'14
1 1


C.l
99
842
183
1,100
2,88
120
54
89
20),


-1

13
4
42

22
22
13
6


95
782
180
956
2,628"
127
67
*100
177


1 4
36
22
89
173
12
22
.3
10


84
641
8144
844
2,1475
121
58
67
121


3
72
79
60
213
5
26
9
13


172
468
130
636
2,1142
78
51
62
93


-4
63
--4
143
109
10
11
8
5


61

97
495
1,619
64
35
.52
80


-er 157 32 -137 26 127 11 '110 20 107 7 90 2
ibia 281 21 236 14 209 13 197 4 162 8 138 -
9,850 1,205 7,881 1,181 8,162 628 7,801 403 6,560 273 5,028 95
;o 94 38 92 35 94 7 99 3 79 6 55 4
-73 20 78 10 50 3 44 4 56 2 36 -
.... f,_o l '' .. '" .. I--,i 0 OL 0 V7O Rt '''


Duval .
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchri st
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes


5,366
2,27.7
l43
72
203
66
21
146
106
203
89
121
262
4,947
232


511
206
5
21-
25
19
8
20
6
514
22
33
11
470
51


4,382
1,862
32
60
228
l6
14
105
94
158
99
101
223
4,160
213


425
19L4
1
8
17
7
7
31
3
34
29
21
4
435
38


h,253
1,753
52
73
190
28
22
103
93
144
6d
103
189
3,840
199


207
'dU (
144

.6
26
1I
3
3
5
19
5
14
10
328
14


1,612
27
61
188
42
19
98.
90
154
74
80
210
3,330
179


161.
1.
2
11
.2
1
11
5
7
15
9
11
372
8


u,yoj
1,181
.26
33
165
34k
12
92'
86
121
68B
52
173
2,874
146


104
1

5
5-


11:
1
16
3
3
260
18


r--17
950
28
30
159
39
13
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61
110
63
43
150
2,283
153


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Indian River 302 17 242 -22 189 10 223 14 160 148 5
Jackson .512 66 417 3 -392 2 406 38 321 28 257 8
Jefferson 69 -2 -66 3 -56 61 8 36 -2
,Lafayette 37 :7 60 43 43 45 .2 42 38 -
LaLke.. 612 160 491 137 494 93 4.79 49 377 34 -334 17
Lee '7 617 50 530 12 454 82 O7 44 328 20 289 .
Leon ;; 709 57 584 22 570 58 515 -54 38 52 369 6
Levy 136 22 120 .7 103 3 123 1 96 3 81 1
Liberty 59 6 36 10 43 35 4 36 21 -
.Madison- 142 26 128 27 136 16 117 17 106 17 105 -
Manatee 727- 41 '563 .39 604 25 .55 22 499 17 381 5
Marion 553 21 501 29 494 32 477 34 368 39 335 8
Martin. 166 25 98 21 132 '6 119 2 107 2 77 -
Monroe- 493 57 407 95 327 64 255 23 206 11 ,170 8
Nassau 228 60 230 32 159 35 155 19 126 10 : 110 8
Okaloosa 880 60 717 30 720 18 572 31 402 16 254 6
Okeechobee 101 6 59 13 78 5 59 1 37 40 3
Orange 3,093 380 2,428 341 2,344 130 2,179 222 1,623 145 1,280 59
Osceola 241 24 175 17 162 24 141 12 129 18 113 6
Palm Beach 2,093 240 1,704 176 1,735 170 .1,543 162 1,287 122 1,030 54
Pasco. 503 4 379 .20 338 23 343 29 278 8 204 1
Pinellas 3,531 222 2,941 201 2,940 152 2,815 170 2,321 105 1,711 1i1
Polk-. 2,665 165 2,241 159 2,058 215 1,798 225 1,472 123 1,215 $8
Putnami 410 65 343 39 282 33 253 23 218 16 194 -
St. Johns 22 27 224 59 227 25 166 20 148 11 .11 8
St. Lucie 400 12 322 --- 16 337 245 49 233 21 181
Santa.Rosa 465 19 362 65 292 941 257 46 196 25 182 5
Sarasota 862 51 716 35 679 37 699 40 600 28 484 6
Seminole 444 110 398 61 345 60 283 53 240 10 170 8
Sumter 161 23 150 22 158 7 13 6 116 7 109 -
Suwannee 232 16 215 4 222 15 169 7 160 3 142
Taylor 178 31 164 11 128 7 137 1 89 15 95 1
Union 47 15 58 11 46 19 48 7 35 3 39 1
Volusia 1,242 138 1,061 159 925 166 857 147 693 101 679 24
Wakulla 74 20 52 8 50 2 60 2 60 5 42 -
Walton 298 17 220 12 224 15 162 22 1L 14 121,
Washington 207 22 193 13 174 10 166 7 140 2 117
TOTAL 55,865 5,584 45,984 4,822 44,207 3,529 40,088 3,544 33,160 2,211 26,351 819





STABLE 4


MEMBERSHIP PROMOTED AND NON-PROMOTED AT CLOSE
OF 1958-59 SCHOOL YEAR, GRADES 1-6, NEGRO


Alachua
Baker
Bay,
Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia
Dade
DeSoto
Dixie


Duval
Escam
Flagl
Frank
Gadsd
Gilch
Glade
Gulf
Hamil
Harde
Hendr
Herna
Highl
Hills
Holme


I46
291
,108
331
1,700
40
23
37
77
-57
170
3,221
51
17


15
65
24
18
206
10

14
16
15
35
587
17
14


4L
268
91
319
1,490
31
12
42
86

162
3,127
64
10


Pro.
53
3
36
.9
16
156
I.
1
6
12
4
1
21
337
5i
4


Third
Pro-,
moted
458.
40
213
73
272
1,302
32
16
33
69
51
162
2,752
51
12


Grade'
Non-
Pro.
59

10
12
133
10
12
13
12
13

12
9
283
5
1t


Fourth


I


Pro-.
moted
397
38
222
80
281
1,236,
27
16
37
74
52
159
2,369
56
S


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Non
Pro





7
)
)]


le


Fifth Grade


I -


L- Pro-
). moted
38 !Ui2
4 40
.6 196
3 64
.6 251
0o 1,078
27
1 9
7 38
68
5 33
7 129
;0 2,102
2 47
5 8


Non-
Pro.
47

25
1
13
86
I

6

4
5
114
9
2


i


2,502 428 2,565 262 2,323 163 2,211 150 2,123 133 1,836 108
bia 833 233 890 86 780 92 848 62 714 42 666 16
er 43 23 50 22 40 12 33 3 25 2 16 2
lin 32 15 3 18 3 18 3 23 13 2
en 662 186 609 119 533 133 580 114 540 87 573 66
rist 10 5 7 1 7 2 4 2. 9 2 5 1
s. 25 3 23 1 20 7 9 19 19 -
72 25 -62 11 4l 19 46 8 48 19 57 6
ton 112 43 110 22 91 35 74 16 93 8 70 13
e 35 9 32 6 34 3 29 7 25 2 21 -
4v 7 13 46 8 48 2 8 -' -


ndo
ands
borough
s


42
113
1,263
9


16

167


59
118
1,201
7


15

118


47-
126
1,119
6


10

101
1


58
91
1,068
16


4 W4
89
)9 993
9


35 4
120 1
884 20
14 1


I


I


Sixth Grade
Pro- I Non-
moted Pro,
389 34
33 1
211 15
68 1
209 8
942 50
25 2
15
43 4
60 .
35 6
148 18
1,948 66
62 6
13. -


25


s


!


Iii


I









l.di:an River
Jackson.;: *'
Jefferison
Lafayette
.Lake -
Lee,,,,
Leon .
Levy
liberty
-Madison -
,Manaftee
Marion.
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
'Pasco
Pinellas
Polk ,
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole


150
329
185
7 7
29,1
202
591
87
-18
224
296-
441
82
100
114
112
15
834
.43
1,330

740
921
280
186
351
72
186
408


59
-72
S3

103
'-53
138
329
6

-77
103
54
7
-14
16"
4
239
17
355
22
150
236
39
53
S93

31
36


158
296
17-3
8
271
179
589
,86
-15
227
309
432
84
88
100
116
10io
826
S56
1,228
90
629
842
251
200
300
55
200
391
-*,.


48





-34
11

58
-35
85
12
2
2
48
7W~
.59
23







-29
14
6
164
9
130
-10
lo45

27
31
-47

.3
29
fl


159
,294
167
7-8

1460

726
10
223
'254
447
78
67
115
60o
18
847
32
12108

734
792
249
-166
315
40
.148
366
e-0


-28
161
19

-47
10
78

4
39
-49
24
.9
S2
15
6
107
3
131
10
-_20
74
-9
38
12
.10

18
, vn


106
295
148
-:6
212
62
512
-74
16

253
196





119
781
35

664
715
239
193

56
145
329
-R


9



34
-7
71
-6
31
-1
-44
60
9

29
19
5
108
123

25
73
-6
31
22

8
23
1n


92
268
155

196
130

'83
14
169
-216
382
49
:-74
115
67
.11
.685
44
9.48
73
610
695
224
181
-wL~
42
139
300
;4t;


--4
t20
-18
1
56
- 7
53

34
19
29
-10

-16
-tl
3


-76
13
26
-67
-7
26
20
1
"5
18
li


-80
c-259
T34
T30
186
130
4,37
55
:7
155

313
61
: ,92
,89
533
,16
620
44
810
-74
592
640
168
187
243
44
102
263
67


-8
.26
-1

8

53
17

11
14
-33
-3
.2
15

4
65
-51
-10
14
-53
6
18
'1
- 1
2
8
13


Sumter 104 20 o 75 :8 78 9

Taylor 87 40 87 6 86 3 77 3 842 : 1
Union 33 16 22 8 30 9 21 15 22 9
Volusia 500 100 519 56 492 38 451 25 470 23 380 10
Wakulla 43 6 34 8 37 4 36 14 35 4 ..26'. 14...
Walton 79 37 61 66 16 59 5 54 3 47 3
Washington 68 12 48 6 54 5 61 4 58 5 57 7
TOTAL 22,236 4,703 21,183 2,549 19,579 2,087 18,287 1,730 16,838 1,364 15,341 959
,- ,, ,


I


I


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TABLE 5. -


MEMBERSHIP PROMOTED AND NON-PROMOTED AT CLOSE
OF 1958-59 SCHOOL YEAR, GRADES 7-12, NEGRO

Seventh Grade Eighth Grade Ninth Grade Tenth Grade Eleventh Grade Twelfth Grade
Counties Pro- Non- Pro- Non- Pro- Non- Pro- Non- Pro- Non- Pro- Non-
moted Pro. moted Pro, moted Pted Pro ed Pro. moted Pro. moted Pro.
Alachua 332 48 340 20 267 47 210 38 182 9 145 I
Baker 25 2 19 -27 1 16 1. 19 15 1
Bay 168 16 148 8 122 26 96 23 75 11 80 5
Bradford 49 3 46 5 52 29 1 28 38 -
Brevard 209 7 170 10 134 9 93 7 83 6 60 2
Broward 734 105 69 85 479 63 403 46 292 43 228 24
Calhoun 17 5 19 1 15 1 20 17 18
Charlotte 8 1 7 1 -.. .
Citrus 20 9 26 20 29 1 19 2 14 2
Clay 59 1 45 40 29 31 1 20
Collier 23 18 18 3 20 2 10 d -
Columbia 136 11 119 1 98 6 100 5 63 62 1
Dade 1,744 188 1,451 180 1,208 99 1,051 79 817 62 746 6
DeSoto 27 18 28 21 23 4 25 2 19 3 11
Dixie 11 10 5 1 3 6 6
Duval 1,652 143 1,360 190 1,174 132 6W4 242 713 96 610 23
Escambia 612 42 525 52 424 53 400 33 290 24 223 17
Flagler 13 12 18 1 5 5 8 3 -
Franklin. 11 2 14 17 1 14 15 7
Gadsden 493 46866 3 314 62 217 34 161 7 128 7
Gilchrist 8 2 7 1 3 1 6 5 1 1 -
Glades 18 1 17 5 6 7 3 2
Gulf 43 3 45 6 34 10 32 2 27 4 18 -
Hamilton 72 13 53 13 57 2 53 1 36 1 33 -
Hardee 17 2 19 -
Hendry 27 2 27 4 28 18 2 13 1 12 -
Hernando 34 41 28 1 19 13 1 19
Highlands 71 2 82 5 66 1 62 1 43 43 2
Hillsborough 843 57 726 44 627 68 490 46 429 23 283 10
Holmes 8 2 8 4 -








Indian River 73 7 51 6 40 ,, 52'" 2 '38 3 19 :
Jackson 229 50 184 40 191 ,28 131 25 123 18'> 97 -2
"Jefferson 127 35 106 -25 85 1-- 2 86 7 67 4 2 5
Lafayette 2 1 -
Lake 180 39 --130 28 121 17 91. 18 -79 ...71 6
Lee- ..... 100- 2S. 77 3 88 -.-22 64- 5 4 118 4-2
Leon-. o405 49 321 17; 283 .-88 186 ;$55 171 38 159
Levy 52 38 3 8 3 36 1 '-23 13 .--
7Liberty 5 7 8 7 5 -. 7
Madison- 144-- 20 130 17 87 -.9 94 12 84 3 6
Manatee... 176 17 150 h4 120 -17 97 1' 0 97 5 62 :2
Marion 344 24 311 28 245 26 240 26 202 15 130 "
Martin 40 8 34 1 38 5 30 7 17 26
Monroe 51 11 47 4 36 13 40 4 31 2. 38 -
Nassau 83 24 82 8 76 13 63 9 70 56 2
Okaloosa -53 6 33 10 33 .3 28 1 21 8 -
Okeechobee .8 3 12 2 9 8 8 -4 -
Orange 504 37 420 .46 325 102 267 48 219 44 225 9
Osceola. 19 1 18 1. 18 ,- 12 16 7-
Palm Beach 611 87 590 83 2 112 272 66 265 27 207 8
Pasco 56 7 4 -47 35 3 39 36 2 18 -
Pinellas 393 47 344 .52 345 27 256 18 207 16-- 164 18
Polk ..: 562, 87 .453 36.; 391 25 287 25 259 24 209 9
Putnam 185 14 11 17 125 10 104 6 86 4 82 4
St. Johns 151 27 124 18 131 21 108, 13 .93 6 76 1
St. Lucie 170 T10 123 22 101 '11 9 5 67 13 53 -
Santa Rosa 32 1 40 2 33 2 12 1 22 11 -
Sarasota 80 8 90 3 81 7 70 3 53 2 35 -
Seminole 263' 37 218 22 163 10 126 57 102 12 89 -
Sumter: 60-, 4 46 5 $3 5 40 4 46 32
Suwannee 90 4 70 3 55 11 66 8 57 7. 43 -
Taylor 40 14 53 10 49 42 1 27 31 7
Union 15 6 10 -5 17 1 6 1 9 6 -
Volusia 353 13 300 16 280 6 235 3 176 2 143 2
Wakulla 32 8 28 1 26 1 18 5 28 13 2
Walton 42 3 42 24 9 31 1 18 2 13-
Washington 52 1 0 3 38 8 44- 1 46 1 36 1
TOTAL 13,266 1,479 11,304 1,285 9,536 1,230 7,676 1,014 6,333 564 5,153 199





TABLE 6


PERCENT OF REGULAR MEMBERSHIP PROMOTED AT.CLOSE OF 1958-59
SCHOOL YEAR BY RACE AND BY GRADE GROUP*

White Negro
Counties
1-6 7-9 10-12 1-12 1-6 7-9 10-12 1-12
Alachua 94.64 95.10 99.62 95.60 87.89 89.09 91.79 88.65
Baker 93.27 98.41 96.92 95.11 90.71 92.21 96.15 91.71
Bay 95.41 97.22 90.64 95.14 88.17 89.75 86.55 88.30
Bradford 92.80 93.53 96.11 93.52 90.98 94.84 98.96 92.72
Brevard 95.24 95.44 94.36 95.17: 95.25 95.18 94.02 95.11
Broward 96.80 93.47 94.01 95.51 91.72 87.74 89.09 90.77
Calhoun 97.25 87.80 94.60 94.20 92.86 87.93 100.00 93.20
Charlotte 95.09 80.78 79.12 89.58 87.50 88.24 87.60
Citrus 93.81 90.80 91.41 92.67 80.42 88.00 92.54 83.64
Clay 94.81 95.79 94.23 94.97 95.59 98.63 98.77 96.62
Collier 92.82 85.92 91.37 90.96 86.52 95.16 95.00 88.60
Columbia 91.01 93.80 97.64 92.74 90.73 95.15 97.40 92.69
Dade 93.20 89.57 96.18 92.82 90.46 90.41 94.68 90.92
DeSoto 90.93 77.78 94.72 88.34 88.27 64.46 91.67 83.45
Dixie 90.26 85.90 95.77 90.01 .71.43 96.30 100.00 79.70


Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes


9Y.73
96.24
93.07
90.77
93.68
92.24
90.24
94.83
93.29
89.86
94.42
91.18
95.81
94.61
92.01


92.44
91.55
95.49
85.42
90.13
83.83
76.00
86.76
95.44
82.52
82.05
82.70
96.42
91.30
86.21


92.11
92.81
95.29
95.38
96.79
94.26
97.78
91.39
97.53
93.67
91.52
93.58
97.44
92.59
94.65


93.02
94.59
93.96
90.07
93.41
90.46
88.00
92.46
94.69
88.66
90.96
89.38
96.24
93.49
90.95


91.60
89.91
76.38
91.54
83.22
76.36
91.27
78.74
80.06
86.70
91.07
85.07
99.85
92.54
95.31


90.00
91.39
71.19
93.33
88.76
81.82
97.56
86.52
86.67
94.74
93.18
99.04
96.48
92.85
72.73


- 5.72
92.50
100.00
100.00
91.34
92.31
88.89
92.77
98.39

93.48
98.08
98.01
93.83


90.58
90.55
76.59
93.36
85.18
80.00
92.43
82.29
83.64
87.97
91.79
89.41
98.84
92.77
89.53








Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake.
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam-
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla
Walton
Washington
STATE


* Excludes pupils in separate exceptional child classes and pupils in special vocational


94.25
93.35
95.04
91.76
88.57
.94.72
96.26
95.17
93.21
92.30
94.36
97.79
93.82
93.07
89.79
96.94
95.77
94.31
95.01
95.79
93.05
96.94
92.85
93.04
90.18
96.36
94.33
97.30
91.01
89.68
93.26
92.07
85.50
94.99
90.31
92.34
92.40
94.46


93.73
89.14
97.45
93.33
80.37
91.75
93.15
91.82
89.61
85.47
94.75
94.97
88.39
85.03
82.93
95.55
90.84
90.24
89.89
90.42
93.06
94.25
92.82
88.31
86.19
97.07
86.28
94.83
83.71
90.02
95.03
90.56
77.04
87.46
85.44
94.40
92.73
91.29


95.85
93.01
98.64
98.43
92.25
93.77
92.19
98.36
95.83
90.61
97.03
93.58
98.70
93.76
91.36
95.86
97.14
92.27
91.41
91.95
95.60
94.66
91.70
94.46
91.59
89.66
89.31
96.02
90.71
95.23
97.92
94.97
91.73
89.04
95.86
91-38
97.92
93.81


94.40
92.25
96.28
93.48
87.17
93.84
94.87
94.96
92.72
90.19
94.94
96.30
93.35
91.16
88.25
96.44
94.80
93.05
93.25
93.86
93.46
95.87
92.66
92.12
89.42
95.45
91.72
96.44
89.26
90.77
94.56
92.15
84.45
92.12
90.24
92.71
93.54
93.58


82.69
86.83
89.99
82.93
82.35
90.59
86.71
86.82
86.02
83.79
84.37
88.74
79.51
97.86
85.65
86.49
76.07
85.28
89.75
88.13
87.74
93.41
88.35
93.75
84.96
89.90
96.26
95.14
93.97
88.09
92.46
89.67
75.66
91.78
80.84
83.18
89.87
89.44


90.61
83.66
81.54
100.00
83.69
81.79
86.76
95.83
100.00
88.70
85.11
92.02
88.89
82.72
84.27
86.23
85.29
87.10
96.49
85.35
90.79
89.57
90.48
91.67
86.02
90.16
95.45
93.31
90.32
94.64
92.27
85.54
77.78
96.38
89.58
90.00
91.55
89.52


93.97
88.64
92.42

88.60
89.66
83.50
98.63
100.00
93.72
93.77
92.56
91.25
94.78
94.50
96.61
100.00
88.65
100.00
88.05
97.89
92.34
92.87
95.10
93.27
92.37
97.83
96.93
82.12
96.72
91.71
92.59
95.45
98.75
89.39
95.38
97.67
91.51
classes.


84.97
86.33
88.32
84.09
83.30
88.65
86.35
89.71
90.15
85.90
85.51
90.03
82.40
94.30
86.79
87.26
80.70
85.86
91.73
87.59
89.47
92.54
89.27
93.47
86.39
90.17
96.23
94.86
91.79
90.64
92.29
89.21
77.74
93.60
84.16
85.76
91.77
89.69


~






TABLE 7


MEMBERSHIP NOT PROMOTED AT THE CLOSE OF THE 1958-59 SCHOOL YEAR
AND THE ESTIMATED Oor' OF RE-TEACHING*

Number Not Promoted Average' : Estimated Cost of Re-teaching
Counties Cost Per
White Negro Total ': Pupil White Negro Total
Alachua 404 531 935- 280.86 $ 113,467.44 $ 149,136.66 $ 262,604.10
Baker 65 33 98 333.45 21,674.25 11,003.85 32,678,10
Bay 533 277 810 271.12 144,506.96 75,100.24 219,607.20
Bradford 155 57 212 310.12 48,068.60 17,676.84 65,745.64
Brevard 740 124 864 295.70 218,818.00 36,666.80 255o,84.80
Broward 1,71W 1,068 2,812 326.0. 569,241.60 314,595.20 917,836.80
Calhoun 95, 21 116, 315.8 30,008.60 6,633.48 36,642.08
Charlotte 131 15 146 334.81' & 43,860.11 5,022.15 48,882.26
Citrus 94 70 164 322.27 30,293.38 22,558.90c 52,852.28
Clay 154 23 177 271.69 41,840.26 6,248.87 .48,089.13
Collier 188 B4 236 326.88 61,453.44 '15,690.24 77,143.68
Columbia 233 119 352 286.41 66,733.53 34,082.79 100,816.32
Dade 8,431 2,251 10,682 342.07 2,883,992.17 '769,999.57 :3,653,991.74
DeSoto 171 92 263 289.10 49,436.10 26,597.20 76,033.30
Dixie 95 27 122 367.43- 34,905.85 9920.61 44. ,826.46
Duval 4,010 2,070 6,080 255.o0 1,024,154.00 3528,678.00 1,552,832.00
Escambia 1,440 752 2,192 264.60 381,024.00 198,979.20 580,003.20
Flagler 35 81 116 382.7. 13,386.45 30,980.07 44,366.52
Franklin 97 14 111 346.07 33,568.79 4,844.98 38,413.77
Gadsden 196. 904 1,100 252.30: 49,450.80 228,079.20 277,530.00
Gilchrist 62 18 80 415.23 25,744.26 7,474.14 33,218.40
Glades 39 14 53 471.38 18,383.82 6,599.32 24,983.14
Gulf 134. 113 247 314.34: 42,121.56 35,520.42 77,641.98
Hamilton 64 167 231 324.67 20,778.88 54,219.89 74,998.77
Hardee 276 29 305 267.28- 73,769.28 7,751.12 81,520.40
Hendry 116 34 152 319.94 37,752.92 10,877.96 48,630.88
Hernando 170 52 222 304.42. 51,751.40 15,829.84 67,581.24
Highlands 115 12 127 315.09 36,235.35 3,781.08 40,016.43
Hillsborough 3,811 774 4,585 272.87 1,039,907.57 211,201.38 1,251,108.95
Holmes 256 9 265 295.07 75,537.92 2,655.63 78,193.55







Indian River 184 180 364 286.56: : 52,727.04 51,580.80 104,307.84
Jackson 1 466 427 893 270.23 .126,020.38 U154U73.61 241,493.99
Jefferson 30 195 225 301.97 9,059.10 58,884;15 67,943.25
Lafaette 41 7 : 8 436.29 .17,887.89 3,054.03 20,941.92
Lake :1060 21 1,481 284.40 301,464.00 119,732.40 421,196.40
Lee 435 176 611 290.42 ,26,332.70 51,3.92 177,6.62
Leon 444 734 .1,178 281.50 124986.0 206,621.00 -.331,607.00
Levy 82 77 159 363.94 29,843.08 28,023.38 57,866.46
Liberty 45 13 58 439.73 19,562.85 5,651.49 !25,214.34
Madison 179 292 471- 285.90 51,176.10 83!482.80 134,658.90
Manatee 408 376 754 4 273.66 111,653.28 102,896a16 214,549.44
Marion 246 432 678 298.69 73,477.74 129,034.08 202,511.82
Martin 133 129 262 304.33 40,475.89 39,258.57 '79,734.46
Monroe 516 45 561 343.11 ,177,044.76 15,439.95 192,484.71
Nassau 338 159 497 294.44 99,520.72 46,815.96 146,336.68
Okaloosa 339 93 432 267.50 90,682.50 2,877.50 115,560.00
Okeechobee 59 33 92 310.05 18,292.95 10,231.65 28,524.60
Orange 2,580 1,079 3,659 255.83 660,041.40 276,040.57 936,081.97
Osceola 184 31 215 299.35 55,080.40 9,279.85 64,360.25
Palm Beach 1,559 1,249 2,808 285.96 445,811.64 357,164.04 802,975.68
Pasco 350 87 437 261.98 91,693.00 22,792.26 114,485.26
Pinellas 1,685 458 2,143 302.54 509,779.90 138,563.32 648,343.22
Polk 2,262 813 3,075 274.95 621,936.90 223,534.35 845,471.25
Putnam 391 149 540 299.07 116,936.37 44,56143 161,497.80
St. Johns 352 283 635 284.87 100,274.24 80,618.21 180,892.45
St. Lucie 208 256 464 253.23 52,671.84 64,826.88 117,498.72
Santa Rosa ;445 18 463 294.40 131,008.00 5,299.20 136,307.20
Sarasota 341 72 413 324.30 110,586.30 23,349.60 133,935.90
Seminole 650 270 920 247.06 '160,589.00 66,706.20 227,295.20
Sumter 192 79 271 291.45 55,958.40 23,024.55 78,982.95
Suwannee 146 82 228 305.02 44,532.92 25,011.64 69,544.56
Taylor 190 86 276 300.39 57,074.10 25,833.54 82,907.64
Union 123 59 182 323.38 39,775.74 19,079.42 58,855.16
Volusia 1,169 294 1,463 306.68 358,508.92 90,163.92 448,672.84
Wakulla 94 67 161 395.85 37,209.90 26,521.95 63,731.85
Walton 230 89 319 315.38 72,537.-0 28,068.82 100,606.22
'Washington 147 54 201 288.90 42,468.30 15,600.60 58,068.90
TOTAL 2,359 19,163 61,522 $294.16 $12,516,548.94 $5,540,617.43 $18,057,166.37
Excludes 6,108 pupils in separate exceptional child classes and 1,169 pupils in special vocational classes.









TABLE 8
NUMBER OF PUPILS TAUGHT IN SEPARATE EXCEPTIONAL
CHILD CLASSES, BY GRADE GROUP AND RACE, 1958-59

White Negro Total
Counties Both
1-6 7-12 1-12 1-6 7-12 1-12 Races
Alachua 29 29 29 32 61 90
Baker 12 12 12
Bay 68 12 80 63 27 90 170
Bradford 50 3 53 57 57 110
Brevard 74 3 77 33 .8 41 118
Broward 155 155 77 77 232
Calhoun 14 14 14
Collier 35 12 47 47
Columbia 14 14 14
Dade 956 298 1,254 279 77 356 1,610
DeSoto 13 13 13
Duval 280 195 475 101 44 145 620
Escambia 99 22 121 11 3 14 135
Franklin 16 16 16
Hernando 16 -16 16
Highlands 11 11 11
Hillsborough 428 153 581 123 16 139 720
Indian River 21 21 21
Jackson 27 27 27
Lake 40 8 48 48
Lee 47 12 59 59
Leon 91 91 67 32 99 190
Manatee 50 16 66 33 11 44 110
Martin 15 15 1 30
Nassau 6 6 16 16 22
Okaloosa 17 17 17
Orange 204 83 287 49 19 68 355
Palm Beach 143 74 217 78 78 295
Pasco 29 29 29
Pinellas 203 30 233 14 1 15 248
Polk 304 30 334 94 94 428
St. Lucie 12 12 12
Sarasota 39 32 71 10 11 21 92
Volusia 120 120 27 27 147
Walton 17 17 17
Washington 6 5 13 13
TOTAL 3,606 1,017 4,623 1,204 281 1,485 6,108


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