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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: March 1962
Publication Date: -1972
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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
        Page 4
    Needed study
        Page 5
        Page 6
    Table 1: Pupils in school at the close of the year who were not promoted, by grade, 1960-61
        Page 7
    Table 2: Membership promoted and non-promoted at close of 1960-61 school year, grades 1-6, white
        Page 8
        Page 9
    Table 3: Membership promoted and non-promoted at close of 1960-61 school year, grades 7-12, white
        Page 10
        Page 11
    Table 4: Membership promoted and non-promoted at close of 1960-61 school year, grades 1-6, negro
        Page 12
        Page 13
    Table 5: Membership promoted and non-promoted at close of 1960-61 school year, grades 7-12, negro
        Page 14
        Page 15
    Table 6: Percent of regular membership promoted at close of 1960-61 school year by race and by grade group
        Page 16
        Page 17
    Table 7: Membership not promoted at the close of the 1960-61 school year and the estimated (theoretical) cost of re-teaching
        Page 18
        Page 19
    Table 8: Number of pupils taught in separate exceptional child classes, by grade group and race, 1960-61
        Page 20
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PROMOTION AND NON-PROMOTION IN


FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOLS

1960-61


Research Report 17
Division of Research
















Thomas D. Bailey
State Superintendent of Public Instruction
Tallahassee, Florida


March, 1962






























Research Report-17 is a revision of Research
Report-11 prepared by the Division of Research
of the Florida State Department of Education.

The preparation of these reports is one phase
in the implementation of,Florida's plan for
improving 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, 1960-61


This is the fourth report prepared by the Division of Research present-

ing 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 1960,61 school year.

An analysis is made on a grade by grade basis as well as by depart-

mental breakdown. Pupils in separate exceptional child classes and pupils

in special vocational divisions have been considered separately from stu-

dents in regular classes. This is a realistic approach since promotion pol-

icies for pupils in special classes vary from policies in regular classes.

Therefore, this report deals primarily with pupils in regular classes who

were in school at the close of the 1960-61 school year.

The data in this report should be interpreted very carefully, especially

as they apply to an individual county. In some instances due to the small

number of pupils as a result of detailed breakdowns, one or two pupils can

make a difference of several percentage points. This report does not take

into account pupils who make up deficiencies during the summer and thus are

enabled to go into the next grade. The effects of the increased emphasis

on remedial reading and make-up work during the summer cannot be evaluated

at this time. Another situation which may be misinterpreted is found in

those counties having ungraded primary schools. In such systems a child

may be reported as non-promoted but later progress may permit him to enter

the fourth grade after three years of primary school.

Primarily this is a statistical study prepared in an effort to establish









trends of value for future planning. Analyses of promotion and non-promotion

are made by race because of apparent differences in promotional patterns. These

differences may or may not prove significant. Since schools in a number of

counties now operate on an integrated basis, this breakdown is not absolutely

accurate. For statistical purposes, pupils in schools with a predominantly

white enrollment are designated as "White" and pupils attending schools with a

predominantly non-white enrollment are designated as "Negro." The number of


pupils involved is not large enough to affect the

gree at this time.


trends to any significant de-


Grades 1-6
Grades 7-9
Grades 10-12
TOTAL


MEMBERSHIP AT CLOSE OF 1960-61

Number Not Promoted
White Negro
18,885 11,911
14,164 4I,445
6,922 1,961

39,971 18,317


NOT PROMOTED

Percent Not Promoted
White Negro
4.41% 8.41%
7.13 9.94
5.57 8.31

5.32% 8.72%


Table 1 is a State summary of the number and

grade at the close of the 1960-61 school year who


percent of pupils in each

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, 8.87 percent of the white

first graders were not promoted as compared to 15.44 percent of the Negro first

graders. After the first grade, the proportion of non-promotions decreases for

both races until junior high school. In grades seven, eight, and nine the pro-

portion 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 are spending their second year in the first grade were pro-

moted, then it follows that the 4,521 Negro first grade pupils who were not








promoted came, in the main, from beginning first graders. If this assump-

tion is' correct, then more than eighteen percent, or almost one out of five,

of the Negro children entering the first grade for the first time may expect

to be retained 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 com-

plete information is avialable.

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.

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

the close of the 1960-61 school year who were not promoted, the average ex-

penditure per pupil in each county for 1960-61, 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 taught in separate

exceptional child classes, under the supervision of a teacher on an excep-

tional child unit. There were 6,822 pupils in this classification; 72.21

percent:were classified as elementary and 27.79 percent as secondary pupils.

Pupils receiving supplemental 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 1,371

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

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

larly enrolled pupils. In some cases, complete information is not available

for pupils in special classes due to incomplete reports.

The 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 these special classes has little effect on overall percentages.

The theoretical cost of re-teaching pupils who were not promoted in 1960-61

is estimated at $12,391,992.19 for 39,971 white pupils, and $5,550,515.h2 for

the 18,317 Negro pupils for a total of $17,942,507.61 for the 58,288 pupils

of both races. This estimate is reached by multiplying the number of non-pro-

moted pupils in each county by the 1960-61 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 over the $17,111,559.62 estimated as the cost of re-teaching pupils not pro-

moted in 1959-60. The estimate for the 1960-61 year excludes pupils in excep-

tional child classes and pupils in special vocational classes who were not pro-

moted. The 1959-60 estimate also excluded these pupils.

Actually, these estimated costs are 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 withdraw

from school before graduation and per pupil costs are likely to increase.

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

known that the net withdrawals in some counties are substantial during each year.

Principals' Annual Reports indicate a net loss of more than eight thousand pupils

between the close of the eighth month of school and the close of the school year.

(See Research Report -15, Analysis of Membership at the Close of Each Month of

School, 1960-61.)

Altogether, 11,67 first graders were not promoted at the close of the

1960-61 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

$1,774,042 would result. While this theoretical savings would not be realized

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immediately, it is equal to enough to pay for 355 additional teachers or to

construct over a hundred new classrooms.

Needed Study

There is a need for extensive study and research in this area of pro-

motion and non-promotion. The material presented in this report does not

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 irregular
attendance? Is this an important factor? This, of course,
leads into questions involving the causes of irregular attend-
ance.

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

3. What is the relationship between non-promotion and type of cur-
riculum? 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-promotion and disciplinary
problems?

7. Does organized remedial work, special homework, or individual
coaching appear to have any appreciable effect on the non-pro-
motion rate?

8. What is the effect of stability of residence on non-promotion?
Does movement from one school to another during the year contri-
bute 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
child's benefit? For the beneift of other pupils? To enhance the
reputation of the school? A punitive measure?

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

15. What is the relationship between class size and non-promotion?
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. None of the

answers are easy, and most of the problems must be worked out at the local level,

where detailed data are available. Most counties have skilled personnel on

their staff who can undertake the task of finding the answers to one or more

of these questions if time can be made available to them.

The Division of Research would like to be supplied with the results of any

studies in this area conducted at the local level.


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TABLE 1

PUPILS IN SCHOOL AT THE CLOSE OF THE YEAR
WHO WERE NOT PROMOTED, BY GRADE, 1960-61"


WHITE

Not Promoted
Number Percent


GRADE


1

2

3

4

5

6

1-6

7

8

9

7-9
10

11

12

10-12

1-12


8.87%

4.83

3.95

3.42

2.75

1.88

4.41

8.00

7.29

5.88

7.13

6.99

6.00

3.24

5.57

5.32


NEGRO
Number
in Not Promoted
School Number Percent


29,284

25,868

24,174

22,785

20,829

18,697

141,637

17,633

14,752

12,324

44,709

9,722.

7,582

6,302

23,606


4,521

2,465

1,616

1,444

1,106

759

11,911

1,808

1,351

1,286

4,445

1,135

574

252

1,961


6,946

3,605
2,848

2,397

1,830

1,259

18,885

5,678

5,025

3,461

14,164

3,268

2,486

1,168

6,922

39,971


15.44%

9.53
6.68

6.34

5.31

4.06

8.41

10.25

9.16

10.43

9.94
11.67

7.57

4.00

8.31

8.72


Excludes 6,822 pupils in separate exceptional
in special vocational classes.


child classes and 1,371 pupils


-7-


78,341

74,582

72,155

70,023

66,536

66,823

428,460

71,016

68,884

58,885

198,785

46,767

41,443

36,011

124,221

751,466


Number
in
School


209,952 18,317






TABLE 2


MEMBERSHIP PROMOTED AND NON-PROMOTED AT CLOSE
OF 1960-61 SCHOOL YEAR, GRADES 1-6, WHITE*


First Grade Second Grade Third Grade Fourth Grade Fifth Grade Sixth Grade

Counties Pro- Non- Pro- Non- Pro- Non- Pro- Non- Pro- Non- Pro- Non-
moted Pro. moted Pro. moted Pro. Jmoted Pro. moted Pro. moted Pro.
Alachua 997 93 953 41 939 34 912 34 821 21 8b1 16
Baker 139 24 133 14 124 8 129 1 148 3 126 -
Bay 1,246 99 1,124 60 1,081 43 1,011 33 960 21 1,014 5
Bradford 176 31 223 19. 230 7 212 4 215 3 206 -
Brevard 2,296 193 2,254 95 2,089 65 1,871 64 1,688 32 1,814 9
Broward 4,411 381 4,476 172 4,472 120 4,449 83 4,248 28 4,279 16
Calhoun 126 15 153 8 125 4 129 9 132 7 128 5
Charlotte 187 11 187 8 171 7 163 4 173 5 161 4
Citrus 147 12 137 14 169 6 123 6 128 2 141 7
Clay 443 66 385 13 358 16 334 8 313 11 342 3
Collier 259 21 219 14 225 21 205 11 209 13 202 4
Columbia 281 43 311 14 263 20 271 21 285 11 319 11
Dade 11,700 1,289 11,720 666 11,664 519 11,665 578 11,076 411 11,182 236
De Soto 149 30 141 13 167 1 132 1 136 1 159 2
Dixie 100 18 81 1 88 3 101 8 80 9 85 6
Duval 7,558 657 7,413 341 7,013 302 6,862 188 6,280 169 6,349 136
Escambia 2,934 177 2,831 120 2,819 91 2,709 53 2,597 37 2,650 35
Flagler 42 3 53 3 61 5 58 6 58 1 45 2
Franklin 93 24 98 11 103 10 89 10 103 10 102 10
Gadsden 275 30 306 22 266 13 297 15 292 8 299 10
Gilchrist 46 8 45 8 54 4 51 3 58 1 65 -
Glades 39 11 31 25 28 3 25 5 30 -
Gulf 172 39 161 17 171 5 159 6 142 20 153 12
Hamilton 80 13 89 9 102 91 3 95 4 95 4
Hardee 213 59 217 22 213 10 198 10 200 10 219 16


Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes


137
175
357
6,292
204


27
21
32
384
35


18b
149
368
6,219
231


10
13
5
298
14


121
186
340
6,192
227


116
175
309
5,866
240


2
12
3
166
10


109
129
312
5,733
271


19
18
7
129
9


140
170
286
5,721
238





Indian River 377 67 343 22 352 15 332 16 327 8 359 8
Jackson 469 48 471 30 507 34 482 34 521 27 499 20
Jefferson 93 8 68 4 89 5 68 1 65 13 75 10
Lafayette 57 6 56 4 48 7 60 10 51 8 50 11
Lake 848 187 875 76 797 60 826 65 773 71 746 64
Lee 826 -64 -75 20 513 38 767 15 813 9 819 3
Leon 932 59 989 27 917 32 858 31 840 19 833 7
Levy 137 16 146 8 144 9 162 9 138 4 153 3
Liberty 65 10 60 9 62 2 56 4 59 62 -
Madison 142 8 142 14 158 10 144 6 140 14 176 3
Manatee 868 584 910 43 827 38 529 22 790 14 807 11
Marion 657 17 660 13 664 8 681 5 650 8 682 6
Martin 244 27 222 14 234 7 236 13 224 17 211 11
Monroe 661 73 644 50 643 24 563 29 562 8 573 14
Nassau 302 64 313 20 277 7 304 22 '277 3 274 3
Okaloosa 1,245 98 1,190 48 1,078 35 1,014 20 951 23 950 19
Okeechobee 150 23 153 11 144 5 144 7 130 2 145 2
Orange 4,401 431 4,522 220 4,226 160 4,046 113 3,907 76 3,953 45
Osceola 301 14 275 8 272 4 300 8 241 9 272 5
Palm Beach 2,796 217 2,692 139 2,694 122 2,644 99 2,585 89 2,564 42
Pasco 457 83 557 62 492 43 546 16 511 lh 519 11
Pinellas 4,207 244 4,223 106 4,198 83 4,183 49 4,077 33 4,118 14
Polk 3,194 553 3,131 251 3,001 230 3,091 178 2,991 122 2,847 89
Putnam 491 66 485 31 484 15 477 24 454 17 491 6
St. Johns 317 53 312 29 348 21 330 17 316 7 353 13
St. Lucie 449 -44 465 31 503 14 I488 9 430 13 471 2
Santa Rosa 666 59 630 26 567 20 592 24 513 13 592 12
Sarasota 1,025 28 1,075 10 1,053 18 990 7 956 6 918 7
Seminole 920 82 882 62 914 55 753 67 772 37 747 49
Sumter 178 30 169 14 181 8 185 8 180 22 171 8
Suwannee 242 1 245 17 222 7 270 12 235 h 2 20 6
Taylor 253 37 256 28 254 6 223 15 200 20 240 22
Union 89 10 78 6 66 5 66 7 70 8 79 7
Volusia 1,475 144 1,492 77 1,471 47 1,447 37 1,402 34 1,455 24
Wakulla 83 16 83 2 95 5 75 5 82 8 92 12
Walton 295 39 291 19 2885 20 277 25 252" 21 314 12
Washington 179 50 171 9 166 8 162 10 175 4 173 33
TOTAL 71,395 6,946 70,977 3,605 69,307 2,848 67,626 2,397 64,706 1,830 65,564 1,259


3,708 pupils in separate exceptional child classes.


* Excludes







TABLE 3


MEMBERSHIP PROMOTED AND NON-PROMOTED AT CLOSE
OF 1960-61 SCHOOL YEAR, GRADES 7-12, WHITE *


Seventh Grade Eighth Grade Ninth Grade Tenth Grade Eleventh Grade Twelfth Grade
Counties
Counties Pro- Non- Pro- Non- Pro- Non- Pro- Non- Pro- Non- Pro- Non-
moted Pro. moted Pro. moted Pro. moted Pro. moted Pro. moted Pro.
Alachua 871 58 808 50 706 34 590 35 580 34 510 15
Baker 125 10 122 5 94 8 75 4 79 61 2
Bay 1,048 25 1,128 33 929 33 666 67 511 76 506 7
Bradford 226 5 207 1 203 3 155 2 158 1 120
Brevard 1,760 103 1,781 53 1,595 69 1,184 39 985 40 812 14
Broward 4,172 385 4,302 255 3,608 221 3,069 152 2,514 125 2,325 105
Calhoun 146 20 112 10 141 2 104 2 100 8 104 -
Charlotte 162 4 170 19 94 49 65 16 80 5 65 3
Citrus 138 22 124 10 102 9 65 6 78 5 59 1
Clay 350 25 300 11 225 49 152 30 123 17 86 6
Collier 207 36 213 17 182 22 139 12 116 4 96 6
Columbia 262 34 309 23 241 23 191 20 156 11 157 6
Dade 11,222 1,019 10,656 1,133 10,322 399 8,322 393 7,768 346 6,446 237
De Soto 159 31 143 5 110 7 83 90 1 83 -
Dixie 102 10 83 3 62 4 65 2 46 1 45 -
Duval 6,289 493 6,145 399 5,237 181 3,912 240 3,479 230 3,137 119
Escambia 2,744 233 2,564 163 2,138 131 1,677 138 1,469 94 1,240 60
Flagler 54 9 39 8 40 6 27 3 36 3 18 -
Franklin 90 23 71 9 59 5 53 3 57 6 40 4
Gadsden 268 15 238 24 199 20 198 9 150 20 175 2
Gilchrist 50 9 58 9 65 1 39 2 21 2 37 -
Glades 46 1 25 7 20 7 12 2 19 3 8 -
Gulf 177 6 174 11 142 4 95 2 87 4 83 1
Hamilton 94 4 118 11 85 9 79 5 85 2 77 -
Hardee 221 33 177 31 168 6 123 14 121 6 127 4
Hendry 134 24 107 8 83 7 90 5 60 6 63 4
Hernando 163 41 132 18 101 26 84 13 72 12 63 3
Highlands 324 18 297 14 252 5 212 8 179 11 192 -
Hillsborough 5,815 359 5,616 343 4,734 350 3,681 390 3,239 264 2,855 51
Holmes 245 47 220 43 188 37 169 20 141 21 133 4







Ind
Jac]
Jef:
Laf'
Lak4
Lee
Leo
Lev
Libi
Mad:
Man,
Mar:
Mar
Mon:
Nas.


Lan River
kson
person


314
475
64


21
70
2


337
478
62


9
52
10


296
415
71


218
330
65


13
47
1


170
284
51


207
322
55


ayette 61 8 47 5 31 3 47 5 41 3 39 -
e 648 181. 679 133 594 54 423 67 398 52 427 13
806 60 612 43 651 34 533 29 443 35 384 13
n 842 23 878 51 719 25 558 39 525 22 500 9
y 149 20 170 10 124 2 113 2 94 3 104 -
erty 61 48 2 55 35 30 2 24 1
ison 167 33 134 18 125 18 120 13 111 16 111 3
atee 798 79 825 50 713 51 561 21 548 22 506 12
ion 656 34 648 22 590 18 500 32 432 26 455 5
tin 191 3 185 23 169 109 136 100 -
roe 526 61 478 73 438 66 284 17 236 8 217 5
sau 289 24 296 29 203 36 182 28 131 12 139 4


Okaloosa
| Okeechobee
' Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter


1,050
145
3,781
311
2 471
554
4,339
2,911
477
300
416
456
1,035
672
170


83
1
377
23
290
37
292
206
38
35
.29
29
74
149
18


1,040
135
3,762
285
2,402
,478
4,432
2,749
408
331
445
468
1,064
657
190


90
4
367
12
269
31
202
198
28
28
29
69
50
82
5


d42
99
3,092
229
2,148
418
3,686
2,540
355
221
378
366
945
522
143


56
10
212
20
156
72
170
179
30
48
30
82
53
39
9


651
42
2,358
146
1,655
261
3,002
1,866
261
188
264i
301
720
446
118


59
9
223
19
178
36
191
213
26
27
42
35
19
45
13


557
69
2,084
127
1,588
273
2,815
1,631
248
169
280
217
730
328
120


46
4
169
14
99
23
146
154
5
19
29
35
17
25
8


465
48
1,945
124
1,377
278
2,469
1,521
228
152
222
223
678
285
116


23
2
94
10
86
1
106
50
2
9
19
2
3
2
1


Suwannee -243 24 243 6 225 15 192 10 159 10 138 4
Taylor 209 46 222 31 148 30 125 11 105 2 112 1
Union 69 12 56 10 47 20 54 14 43 3 50 3
Volusia 1,447 139 1,425 176 1,229 102 1,008 107 847 63 793 18
Wakulla 71 15 64 16 61 6 48 2 44 4 48 2
Walton 289 18 298 17 249 22 157 34 156 16 130 7
Washington 209 22 189 19 162 6 162 7 138 4 128 -
TOTAL 65,338 5,678 63,859 5,025 55,424 3,461 43,499 3,268 38,957 2,486 34,843 1,168

* Excludes 1,525 pupils in separate exceptional child classes and 1,131 pupils in special vocational classes


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TABLE 4
MEMBERSHIP PROMOTED AND NON-PROMOTED AT CLOSE
OF 1960-61 SCHOOL YEAR, GRADES 1-6, NEGRO *


First Grade Second Grade Third Grade Fourth Grade Fifth Grade Sixth Grade
Counties Pro- Non- Pro- Non- Pro- Non- Pro- Non- Pro- Non- Pro- Non-
moted Pro. moted Pro. moted Pro. moted Pro. moted Pro. moted Pro.
Alachua 562 110 532 64 553 29 448 10 446 24 402 9
Baker 65 7 44 7 55 2 45 38 3 36 1
Bay 304 88 273 34 218 28 259 17 219 13 193 14
Bradford 117 21 93 8 90 9 66 8 70 6 74 7
Brevard 374 35 357 11 337 14 328 7 298 10 265 6
Broward 2,072 180 1,661 142 1,656 90 1,472 102 1,295 43 1,201 54
Calhoun 31 16 27 4 34 2 34 25 2 25 1
Charlotte 28 5 20 20 5 15 16 12 -
Citrus 68 5 48 6 49 10 46 6 29 9 39 -
Clay 90 11 85 5 78 1 86 69 70
Collier 60 3 60 2 45 1 6T 57 2 51 -
Columbia 184 39 177 16 165 5 159 10 138 1 157 10
Dade 3,720 723 3,511 414 3,327 255 3,263 200 2,833 147 2,422 41
De Soto 67 12 56 2 62 66 1 50 2 59 1
Dixie 16 8 23 7 17 9 10 4 10 5 8 -
Duval 2,686 425 2,598 278 2,532 174 2,523 168 2,337 163 2,147 118
Escambia 1,015 243 941 86 867 74 962 55 756 66 819 44
Flagler 63 18 55 4 53 12 54 2 26 9 28 5
Franklin 21 4 24 25 2 23 21 26 -
Gadsden 706 181 715 122 664 101 623 92 565 67 521 51
Gilchrist 13 4 9 1 6 1 8 7 3 1
Glades 22 7 20 4 18 1 27 13 2 8 -
Gulf 77 39 71 13 74 11 76 1 35 14 48 4
Hamilton 84 40 100 35 123 11 94 12 76 13 70 10
Hardee 35 8 32 1 37 2 36 2 38 31 2
Hendry 61 16 50 10 U9 7 59 3 56 3 47 1
Hernando 83 12 72 8 60 6 58 7 47 3 55 2
Highlands 150 2 148 120 2 112 120 2 94 2
Hillsborough 1,469 36 1,488 35 1,384 35 1,179 53 1,163 25 1,090 14
Holmes 13 6 10 7 6 16





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
Semin6le
Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla
Walton
Washington
TOTAL


185
282
161
20
344
229
618
90
20
209
289
465
106
101
132
141
24
1,025
59
1,362
113
899
1,028
302
202
360
47
195
378
104
113
86
25
561
55
78f


66
78
36
9
99
43
130
30
3
68
70
64
52
7
38
23
14
272
10
362
24
88
232
28
32
106
14
-
34
21
19
17
14
98
4
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24,763 4,521 23,403 2,465 22,558 1,616


Excludes 1,218 pupils in separate exceptional child classes.


175
289
174
10
278
256
628
106
14
223
314
478
107
97
144
132
28
978
75
1,255
99
803
949
306
206
311
42
216
374
101
114
102.
19
525
31
62
66


36
66
19
1
55
31
66
12
7
30
29
45
12
9
22
20
7
129
2
194

29
108
29
24
55
1
-
25
1
6
9

39
4
7
0


165
307
182
12
289
-223
570
88
21
195
367
482
87
81
104
75
17
933
48
1,277
92
800
921
273
183
326
61
250
368
100
84
80
27
550
46
77
6o


25
52
13
-
24
-
58
5
-
43
6
18
12
4
20
5
4
81
122
12
12

49
15
16
32
-


--


177
267
155
10
259
189
558
87
17
215

h43
76
80
109
96-
24
836
60
1,21)4
75
669
851
263
204
314
52
199
382
79
85
80
31
488
28
67
56
21,341


27
38
10
-
37
10
79
1
-
25
12
10
4
7
12
2.
2
89
-
112
3
6
71
3
14
31
-
-
17
6
22
2
-
23
7
2


~


151
284
160
10
264

526
87
10
200
277
460
71
52
131
73
19
936
34
1,084
77
762
830
243
178
311
59
152
351
82
111
71
22
494
38

53
19,723


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1
20
7
2
17
3
2
32
-1
80
3
4
34
4
12
19
-
-
25
11
13
2
5
19
6
3
4
1,106


1,4-
119444


96
260
139
8
243
182
470
61
14
168
253
409
64
60
99
66
16
782
32
931
79
668
729
222
193
266
50
152
331
77
118
71
14
449
31
61
57
17,938


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14
27
17
-
19
-
30
5
-
4
7
11
4
16
6
2
5
25
1
47
1
6
34
9
10
7
-

5
8
9
4
4
17
7


79
-
759


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TABLE 5
MEMBERSHIP PROMOTED AND NON-PROMOTEDAT CLOSE
OF 1960-61 SCHOOL YEAR, GRADES 7-12, NEGRO *


Seventh Grade Eighth Grade Ninth Grade Tenth Grade Eleventh Grade Twelfth Grade
ounies Pro- Non- Pro- Non- Pro- Non- Pro- Non- Pro- Non- -Pro- Non-
moted Pro. moted Pro. moted Pro. moted Pro. moted Pro. moted Pro.
Alachua 407 49 346 21 262 30 243 32 197 12 167 1
Baker 38 1 32 4 23 13 h 21 3 12
Bay 196 17 162 34 121 43 103 32 65 31 58 5
Bradford 58 4 60 41 1 40 3 44 25 -
Brevard 257 7 203 14 174 12 133 8 101 3 82 1
Broward 923 164 771 125 592 79 425 75 329 18 299 26
Calhoun 25 6 17 1 14 2 18 14 17 -
Charlotte 8 12 -
Citrus 36 5 32 1 20 2 20 17 24 1
Clay 65 3 54 59 32 31 25 -
Collier 28 8 28 16 2 12 3 14 14 -
Columbia 129 8 133 2 104 8 84 13 60 3 60 14
Dade 2,242 210 1,773 158 1,457 91 1,239 103 950 111 808 17
De Soto 52 7 53 7 30 8 24 1 18 24 -
Dixie 6 3 11 4 9 8 1 3 -
Duval 1,866 315 1,613 223 1,362 201 874 319 766 101 710 33
Escambia 681 71 602 55 505 12 423 23 365 10 299 10
Flagler 21 13 11 1 12 9 7 -
Franklin 23 13 14 12 1 15 12 1
Gadsden 492 58 488 20 356 80 237 62 215 24 171 13
Gilchrist 7 1 6 6 3 2 3 -
Glades 19 18 1 8 5 14 2 6 -
Gulf 50 5 49 4 25 19 33 5 26 1 23 -
Hamilton 83 5 59 12 51 2 51 4 37 43 3
Hardee 26 25 16 1 16 1 17 10 -
Hendry 36 5 18 11 22 7 22 2 16 2 10 1
Hernando 37 4 29 31 32 20 17 -
Highlands 94 1 110 2 69 63 37 49 -
Hillsborough 953 80 779 67 740 73 525 52 429 35 376 15
Holmes 9 15 1 9 8 -





Indian River 66 32 64 24 64 9 30 4 24 5 34 4
Jackson 239 37 213 33 176 51 142 30 153 15 104 9
Jefferson 138 13 127 8 114 88 2 78 2 70 6
Lafayette 3 4 1 -
Lake 165 36 162 20 162 21 95 12 87 8 81 4
Lee 125 1b 110 11 85 22 60 11 67 9 51 -
Leon 393 44 390 18 313 64 284 21 205 16 140 26
Levy 88 2 48 2 48 1 32 1 25 2 19 1
Liberty 10 1 4 1 3 1 6 6 6 -
Madison 142 29 119 20 114 29 89 17 69 3 72 2
Manatee 192 32 175 6 153 8 101 5 92 1 69 -
Marion 380 15 308 2 290 19 257 18 209 6 194 5
Martin 39 12 39 33 18 4 23 3 25 -
Monroe 64 2 79 12 40 22 39 24 2 33 1
Nassau 113 5 79 15 84 3 69 8 72 1 55 -
Okaloosa 48 29 37 12 32 23 23 12 23 3 27 -
Okeechobee 11 18 5 1 8 1 7 4 -
Orange 695 31 596 28 416 45 361 25 277 16 220 5
Osceola 36 2 35 18 14 18 9 -
Palm Beach 905 86 641 99 530 57 462 47 327 30 232 15
Pasco 69 4 63 2 44 1 42 31 3 31 -
Pinellas 578 71 482 72 345 27 287 13 226 15 186 4
Polk 670 52 597 38 526 25 358 21 289 9 216
Putnam 199 28 143 7 169 10 113 14 89 1 94 6
St. Johns 162 26 152 14 139 7 93 17 112 7 87 1
St. Lucie 214 34 190 23 136 10 104 1 85 3 86 -
Santa Rosa 43 5 37 1 30 1 35 25 8 -
Sarasota 130 7 93 25 68 6 71 4 59 10 52 10
Seminole 244 31 245 28 189 40 141 52 104 9 107 1
Sumter 66 66 1 59 40 2 42 2 37 1
Suwannee 74 16 69 6 69 18 57 :8 43 1 61
Taylor 80 3 46 8 41 39 4 37 35 -
Union 10 6 20 1 12 3 7 2 9 3 5 -
Volusia 433 35 308 34 289 42 217 22 176 26 163 9
Wakulla 27 11 26 5 24 1 19 7 19 3 16 1
Walton 51 1 46 2 33 8 35 3 25 1 25 -
Washington 56 15 46 5 38 2 32 4 33 5 42 -
TOTAL 15,825 1,808 13,901 1,351 11,038 1,286 8,587 1,135 7,008 574 6,050 252

SExcludes 371 pupils in separate exceptional child classes and 240 pupils in special vocational classes.








TABLE 6


PERCENT OF REGULAR MEMBERSHIP PROMOTED AT CLOSE OF 1960-61
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 95.81 94.38 95.24 95.35 92.29 91.03 93.10 92.11
Baker .94.11 93.68 97.29 94.49 93.40 94.90 86.79 92.95
Bay 96.10 97.15 91.82 95.72 88.31 83.60 76.87 85.91
Bradford 95.17 98.61 99.31 96.84 89.63 96.95 97.32 92.07
Brevard 96.33 95.80 96.97 96.29 95.94 95.05 96.34 95.79
Broward 97.05 93.13 95.39 95.72 93.87 86.13 89.55 92.04
Calhoun 94.29 92.58 96.86 94.34 87.56 86.15 100.00 89.21
Charlotte 96.39 85.54 89.74 92.55 91.74 100.00 92.91
Citrus 94.73 89.88 94.39 93.38 88.57 91.67 98.39 90.49
Clay 94.90 91.15 87.20 93.0O4 96.57 98.34 100.00 97,38


Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Soto
Dixie
Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes


YW.ui
93.51
94.91
94085
92.24
95.86
96.99
94.07
88,69
94.65
93.00
90,36
90.63
94.36
90.84
91,26
92.57
96,95
96,47
94.19


O.O.yz
91.03
92.66
90.55
93.56

93.39
85,26
85,60
92.28
90.10
85.85
95.91
92,52
88-99
89.26
82.33
95093
93.89
83072


yI. U
93.16
95.85
99.61
98.11
94.70
93.76
93.10
92.02
94.40
96.04
88.6)4
97-.43
97.18
93.92
93.-42
88.66
96.84
93.27
90.78


yzod
92.78
94.48
94.40
93.52
95.2B6
95052
91.55
88.46
94.03
92.61
88.76
93.11
94.45
90,86
91.09
89.28
96,67
95.27
90.64


9y/.0
92.37
91.47
95.24
71.79
91.79
90.42
84.80
95.89
86.07
86.79
88.52
82.29
81.89
93.30
88.95
90,80
98.94
97.52
100.00


0(.01
95.31
92.26
85.99
78.79
b6.76
91.41
97.83
100.00
89.42
95.o00
88.24
81.58
91.0)4
98.53
'76777
96,04
98.91
91.83
97.06


y3.02
87.18
92.84
98.52
100.00
83.84
96.19
100.00
95.12
86.29
100.00
100.00
93.18
94.93
97.73
90.57
100.00
100.00
92,88
100.00


92.32
91.77
93.19
.75.31
89.74
91.36
87.34
96.62
86,85
90.12
89.74
83,50
85.56
94.94
8677
92.80
99o07
95.70
99.00


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Indian River 93.89 95.27 97.06 94.76 83.39 74.90 87.13 82.18
Jackson 93.86 89.24 92.31 92.34 85.82 83.85 88.08 85.68
Jefferson 91.78 94.26 99.42 93.86 90.49 94.75 95.93 92.26
Lafayette 87.50 89.68 94.07 89.36 87.50 87.50 87.50
Lake 90.29 83.92 90.43 88.70 86.80 86.40 91.64 87.22
Lee 97.06 94.31 94.64 95.92 93.35 86.25 89.90 91.59
Leon 96.84 96.10 95.77 96.47 89.27 89.69 90.90 89.56
Levy 94.73 93.26 98.42 95.09 90.42 97.35 95.00 92.41
Liberty 93.57 98.80 96.74 95.36 90.57 85.00 100.00 90.97
Madison 94.25 86.06 91.44 91.46 85.88 82.78 91.27 85.86
Manatee 95.96 92.85 96.71 95.26 93.65 91.87 97.76 93.69
Marion 98.59 96.24 95.66 97.40 94.22 96.45 95.79 94.94
Martin 93.90 95.45 100.00 95.16 84.88 90.24 90.41 86.22
Monroe 94.85 87.82 96.09 93.16 91.28 83.56 96.97 89.93
Nassau 93.62 89.85 91.13 92.22 86.21 92.31 95.61 89.01
Okaloosa 96.37 92.76 92.89 92.86 91.38 64.64 82.95 85.23
Okeechobee 94.54 96.19 91.38 94.61 79.01 97.14 95.00 83.41
Orange 96.00 91.75 92.93 94.42 89.74 94.26 94.91 91.19
Osceola 97.19 93.75 90.23 95.18 95.65 97.80 100.00 96.48
Palm Beach 95.76 90.76 92.72 93.93 88.59 89.56 91.73 89.09
Pasco 93.15 91.19 93.27 92.63 91.30 96.17 97.20 93.04
Pinellas 97.93 94.94 94.92 96.55 96.94 89.21 95.62 95.08
Polk 92.77 93.36 92.33 92.85 90.95 93.97 96.64 92.21
Putnam 94.77 92.81 95.71 94.h0 94.81 91.91 93.38 94.01
St. Johns 93.38 88.47 90.25 91.60 91.52 91.60 92.11 91.39
St. Lucie 96.13 93.38 89.49 94.30 88.42 85.96 98.57 89.45
Santa Rosa 95.85 87.76 91.14 93.23 95.40 94.02 100.00 95.69
Sarasota 98.75 94.50 98.20 97.46 99.66 88.45 88.35 96.12
Seminole 93.41 87.27 93.63 91.92 94.26 87.26 85.02 91.62
Sumter 92.20 94.02 94.15 93.03 91.41 99.48 95.97 93.74
Suwannee 94.28 94.o5 95.32 94.41 88.03 84.13 94.71 88.16
Taylor 91.76 84.40 96.07 90.41 91.93 93.82 96.52 92.98
Union 91.24 80.37 88.02 87.96 82.14 80.77 80.77 81.71
Volusia 96.01 90.77 93.37 94.12 93.25 90.27 90.70 92.27
Wakulla 91.40 84.12 94.59 90.10 88.76 81.91 83.08 86.33
Walton 92.51 93.62 88.60 92.21 94.82 92-20 95.51 94.35
Washington 90.00 92.26 97.49 92.13 95.96 86.42 92.24 93.03
TOTAL 95.59 92.87 94.43 94.68 91.59 90.06 91.69 91.28
* Excludes 6,822 pupils in separate exceptional child classes and 1,371 pupils in special vocational classes.








TABLE 7


MEMBERSHIP NOT PROMOTED AT THE CLOSE OF THE 1960-61 SCHOOL YEAR
AND THE ESTIMATED (THEORETICAL) COST OF RE-TEACHING *


Number Not Promoted Average Estimated Cost of Re-teaching
Counties Cost Per
White Negro Total Pupil White Negro Total

Alachua 465 391 856 $294.41 $ 136,900.65 $ 115,114.31 $ 252,014.96
Baker 79 32 111 313.95 24,802.05 10,046.40 34,848.45
Bay 502 356 858 278.30 139,706.60 99,074.80 238,781.40
Bradford 76 67 143 297.00 22,572.00 19,899.00 42,471.00
Brevard 776 128 904. 324.14 251,532.64 41,489.92 293,022.56


Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Soto
Dixie
Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes


90
135
100
255
181
237
7,226
92
65
3,455
1,332
49
125
188
47
39
127
64
221
125
192
118
3,075
259


1,uyo
34
10
45
20
21
129
2,470
41
40
2,518
779
51
8
871
8
20
116
147
17
68
42
11
520
1


124
145
145
275
202
366
9,696
133
105
5,973
2,111
100
133
1,059
55
59
243
211
238
193
234
129
39595
260


140.o0.
344.21
353.92
339.29
279.68
378.37
304.93
365.53
270.76
371.68
253.04
276.63
371.80
342.44
262.55
427.28
517.89
337.09
335.47
296.20
326.96
300.04
332.80
281.26
300.84


dZz, (C.L.
30,978.90
47,779.20
33,929.00
71,318.40
68,484.97
72,268.41
2,641,319.78
24,909.92
24,159.20
874,253.20
368,471.16
18,218.20
42,805.00
49,359.40
20,082.16"
20,197.71
42,810.43
21,470.08
65,460.20
40,870.00
57,607.68
39,270.40
864,874.50
77,917.56


3b 2,b17.700
11,703.14
3,539.20
15,268.05
5,593.60
7,945.77
39,335.97
902,859.10
11,101.16
14,867.20
637,154.72
215,494.77
18,961.80
2,739.52
228,681.05
3,418.24
10,357.80
39,102.44
49,314.09
5,035.40
22,233.28
12,601.68
3,660.80
146,255.20
300.84


1,105,569.15
42,682.04
51,318.40
49,197.05
76,912.00
76,430.71
111,604.38
3,544,178.88
36,011.08
39,026.o4
1,511,407.92
583,965.93
37,180.00
45,544.52
278,040.45,
23,500.40
30,555.51
81,912.87
70,784.17
70,495.60
63,103.28
70,209.36
42,931.20
1,011,129o70
78,218,40


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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


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201
436
5U4
70
1,023
363
344
86
30
156
447
194
115
428
252
600
80
2,487
146
1,786
429
1,636
2,423
288
306
291
406
292
691.
144
156
249
105
968
93
253
172


267
454
133
11
356
158
594
64
13
299
177
233
110
84
147
134
36
778
16
1,251
61
347
673
154
180
321
22
66
294
57
134
58
45
390
57
37
47


I


468
890
187
81
1,379
521
938
150
43
1455
624
427
225
512
399
737
116
3,265
162
3,037
90o
1,983
3,096
442
486
612
428
358
988
201
290
307
150
1,358
150
290
219


TOTAL 39,971 18,317 58,288 $309.39 $12,391,992.19 535,50,515.42 $17,942,507.61
* Excludes 6,822 pupils in separate exceptional child classes and 1,371 pupils in special vocational classes.


289.43
280.57
305.95
412.10
294.45
308.27
286.18
367.90
412.22
297.53
254.54
290.30
315.44
385.42
305.18
259.10
295.90
277.91
313.98
322.46
278.09
342.26
284.25
306.26
272.39
287.60
291.08
328.96
263.94
285.93
306,79
30o4.4
342.80
314.55
411.43
305. 1
300.99


58,175.43
122,328.52
16,521.30
28,847.00
301,222.35
111,902.01
98,445.92
31,639.40
12,366.60
46,414.68
127,189.38
56,318.20
36,275.60
164,959.76
76,905.36
155,460.00
23,672.00
691,162.17
45,841.08
575 913.56
119,300.61
559,937.36
688,737.75
88,202.88
83,351.34
83,691.60
118,178.48
96,056.32
183,174.36
41,173.92
47,859.24
75,805.56
35,994.00
304,484.40
38 262.99
77,369.93
51,770.28


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77,277.81
127,378.78
40,691.35
U4,533.10
104,824.20
48,706.66
169,990.92
23,545.60
5,358.86
88,961.47
50,363.58
67,639.90
34,698.40
32,375.28
4 4861.46
34,719.40
10,652.40
216,213.98
5,023.68
403,397.46
16,963.69
118,764.22
191,300.25
47,164.04
49.030.20
92,319.60
6,403.76
21,711.36
77,598.36
16,298.01
1i,109.86
17,657.52
15,426.00
122,674.50
23,451.51
11,314.97
14.146,53


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135,453.24
249,707.30
57,212.65
33,380.10
406,046.55
160,608.67
268,436.84
55,185.00
17,725.46
135,376.15
177,552,96
123,958.10
70,974.00
197,335.04
121,766.82
190,179.4O
34,324.40
907,376.15
S50,864.76
979,311.02
136,26U.10
678,701.58
880,038.00
135,366.92
132,381.54
176,011.20
124,582.24
117,767.68
260,772.72
57,471.93
88,969.10
93,463.08
51,420.00
427,158,90
61,714.50
88,684.90
65.916.81


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TABLE 8

NUMBER OF PUPILS TAUGHT IN SEPARATE EXCEPTIONAL
CHILD CLASSES, BY GRADE GROUP AND RACE, 1960-61


Total
White Negro Both
Counties 1-6 7-12 1-12 1-6 7-12 1-12 Races

Alachua 24 47 71 h4 46 '90 161
Bay 59 28 87 57 31 88 175
Bradford 54 12 66 43 11 54 120
Brevard 144 7 151 31 26 57 208
Broward 221 53 274 78 5 83 357
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Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Soto
Dixie
Duval
Escambia
Hamilton
Hardee
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Indian River
Jackson
Lake
Lee


Leon
Madison
Manatee
Martin
Monroe
Okaloosa
Orange
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
St. Lucie
Sarasota
Suwannee
Volusia
Walton
Washington


36

999
13
15
299
153
11
12
14
14
287
14
22
29
123
67
3
58
10

37
225
128
29
166
194
11
72
15
126
15
9


2
213
11







11
10
34

15

30
2
63
84

146
42

50


4
2


.5o
-
1,354
13
17
512
164
11
12
14
14
577
14
22
4o
133
101
3
73
10
30
39
288
212
29
312
236
11
122
15
126
19
11


13
292
13
T-
116
3




133




87

27
8
-14

46
42

19
82

14

56


13
371
13

173
10




162




98

36
8
14

64
60

19
82

28


6689

1,589


'u
13
1,725
26
17
685
174
11
12
14
1l
739
14
22
ho
133
199
3
109
18

39
352
272
29
331
318
11
150
15
192
19
11
6,822


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TOTAL 3,708 1,525 5,233 1,218 371


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