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RANKING OF THE COUNTIES, 1963


There seems to be some sort of compulsion in educational and sta-

tistical circles to prepare rank order tabulations of all data, meaning-

ful or not. Next comes the urge to find medians, means, quartiles, per-

centiles, and ranges against which data for a particular region, state,

county, and school can be compared.,

One of the most consistent questions posed is as to how schools

rank--how the schools of Florida compare to the schools of other states,

how the schools of one county compare to the schools of another county,

and even how the schools within the same county compare to one another.

There is no universally accepted basis for comparing the schools

of one county or state to the schools of another county or state in

terms of degree of excellence. There are some yardsticks by which certain

factors may be compared but when various combinations of these factors

are made, they frequently prove contradictory.

There are some very good schools in every area of the state and

probably every area also has some schools that are not so good. Actually

it is difficult to find agreement regarding the excellence of any given

school. What one considers a desirable feature, another regards as a

drawback. A teacher judged superior by one set of standards may be only

average by another set of standards.

It would seem that the results of standardized tests could provide

an objective and valid yardstick but closer examination brings discrepancies








to light. The abilities of children differ, cultural backgrounds are not

the same, class size is not comparable, space and facilities are not similar,

and tests may be given at different times under varying conditions. All of

these factors can affect test results.

Probably the most common used basis for comparison among school

districts is the amount spent per pupil for current school operations. The

theory is that the greater the per pupil expenditure, the better the quality

of the educational program. This idea does not always hold up under exami-

nation. A sparsely settled county (or state) will have high transportation

costs and small schools resulting in low pupil-teacher ratios. Small schools

are more costly to operate and the per pupil expenditure is greater.

Despite the use of uniform accounting procedures, differences do

exist even among the counties of a state,'as to what goes into current ex-

penditure. Certain educational costs may be paid through internal accounts

or by pupils in one school district and never show up as a part of current

expenditures. In another district these same expenditures may be made through

the county school fund and be reflected as a part of the county's current

operating expense per pupil. When an effort is made to compare expenditures

from state to state, the validity of expenditure per pupil as a measure of

excellence is still more questionable. Even the methods used in counting

pupils are not consistent from state to state.

The tabulations presented on the following pages are not intended

to measure the degree of excellence of anv school system. Rankings are provided

as a matter of convenience since an effort will be made to rank the counties

anyway. Each reader may make whatever combinations of factors he desires to

prove that his county is at the top of the heap, or at the bottom, depending

on what result he desires. There is something for everyone if the right combi-

nations are used.


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1. Enrollment, Grades 1-12, 1962-63.
SOURCE: Principals' Annual Attendance Reports. Enrollment is the total
number pupils who enter the schools of a given county. Pupils moving from
county to county are included in the enrollment in each county. Pupils
moving from school to school within the same county are counted only once.

2. Enrollment Increase, Grades 1-12, From 1952-53 to 1962-63.
SOURCE: Compiled from Biennial Report, Superintendent of Public Instruction
for specified years. This table shows the growth in number of pupils for
the latest ten year period.

3. Percent of Enrollment Increase, Grades 1-12, From 1952-53 to 1962-63.
SOURCE: Same as (2). This table shows the percent of increase between
the school year 1952-53 and the school year 1962-63.

4, Percent of Attendance, 1962-63.
SOURCE: Principals' Annual Attendance Reports. This table gives the
ratio between aggregate days attended and aggregate days membership. It
shows what percent of the time the pupils on the active roll were in
attendance.

5. Percent of 1962 Graduates Who Entered College in 1962-63.
SOURCE: "Florida High School Graduates," Research Report-26, Division
of Research, State Department of Education. This table gives the percent
of graduates in the spring of 1962 who entered college the following
school year, 1962-63, as reported by high school principals.

6. Percent Change in Average Daily Attendance, First Two Months.1962-63 to
First Two Months 1963-64.
SOURCE: State Department of Education Records. This gives the percent
of growth from the end of the first two months of 1962-63 to the first
two months of 1963-64. Figures for Okaloosa and Hillsborough Counties
are somewhat inflated due to the change of Military Schools into the
regular county school program.

7. Percent of Persons 14-17 Years of Age Enrolled in School. 1960.
SOURCE: U. S. Census,"Florida, General Social and Economic Character-
istics." This includes persons who were attending school at any time
between February 1, 1960 and the time of enumeration provided they were
enrolled in a "regular" public or private school or college. A regular
school was defined as a school in which a person may advance "toward an
elementary school certificate or high school diploma, or a college,
university, or professional degree."

8. Change in Net Membership Between First Month and End of School, 1962-63.
SOURCE: "Analysis of Membership at the Close of Each Month of School,
1962-63," Research Report-29, Division of Research, State Department of
Education. Column 8A gives the percent of change in grades 1-12 combined
from the end of the first month of school to the close of school.
Columns 8B, 8C, and 8D give the numerical change in grades 1-6, 7-9, and
10-12 respectively over this same period.

9. Total Current Expenses. All Funds, 1962-63.
SOURCE: Biennial Report, Superintendent of Public Instruction. This
is the total of all expenditures made during the 1962-63 fiscal year for









current operation and maintenance of the schools. Expenditures for capital
outlay and debt service are not included.

10. Current Expense Per Pupil in Average Daily Attendance. 1962-63.
SOURCE: Biennial Report of State Superintendent of Public Instruction.
This is the per pupil cost figure most commonly used for comparative
purposes.

11. Increase in Current Expense Per Pupil in Average Daily Attendance From
1952-53 to 1962-63.
SOURCE: Computed from Biennial Reports of the Superintendent of Public
Instruction. This gives the average increase per pupil for the last ten
years.

12. Percent Increase in Current Expense Per Pupil in Average Daily Attendance
From 1952-53 to 1962-63.
SOURCE: Computed from Biennial Reports of the State Superintendent of Public
Instruction. This column expresses as a percent the increase in current
expense per pupil for the last ten years.

13. Expenditure Per Pupil in Average Daily Attendance for Administration. 1962-63.
SOURCE: Computed from Biennial Report of the State Superintendent of Public
Instruction. This gives the average cost per pupil for administering the
schools of a county. It includes expenditures such as salaries and expenses
of superintendent, school board, and administrative personnel. It also
includes such expenses as legal services, supplies, printing, and similar
costs of administration.

14. Expenditure Per Pupil in Average Daily Attendance for Instruction. 1962-63.
SOURCE: Computed from Biennial Report of the State Superintendent of
Public Instruction. This includes expenditures for salaries of supervisors,
principals, teachers, textbooks, library expenses except for new books,
classroom supplies, and other activities aiding the teaching of students
or improving the quality of teaching.

15. Expenditure Per Pupil in Average Daily Attendance for Operation of Plant,
1962-63.
SOURCE: Computed from Biennial Report of the State Superintendent of
Public Instruction. These are the expenses for,the usual housekeeping
activities concerned with keeping the physical plant open and ready for
use. It includes cleaning, heating, lighting, care of grounds, and
utilities.

16. Expenditure Per Pupil in Average Daily Attendance for Maintenance of School
Plants, 1962-63.
SOURCE: Computed from Biennial Report of the State Superintendent of
Public Instruction. These are expenses concerned with keeping the grounds,
buildings, and equipment at their original condition of completeness and
efficiency through repairs.

17. Expenditure Per Pupil in Average Daily Attendance for Auxiliary Services,
1962-63.
SOURCE: Computed from Biennial Report of the State Superintendent of Public
Instruction. These are expenses for services such as transportation, health,
attendance, and school lunch.








18. Expenditure Per Pupil in Average Daily Attendance for Fixed Charges, 1962-63.
Source: Computed from Biennial Report of the State Superintendent of Public
Instruction. These are expenditures of a generally recurrent nature such as
insurance, rent, commissions, and election expenses.

19. Average Annual Salary Paid Principals, Teachers, and Other Instructional
Personnel, 1962-63.
SOURCE: Biennial Report of State Superintendent of Public Instruction.
This is an average of the annual salaries paid all instructional personal
excluding supervisors. It does not include the salaries paid the county
superintendent or his administrative aides. Salaries paid substitute
teachers are deducted. However, it does include all supplements and ad-
ditional salaries paid twelve month personnel and personnel in the summer
program.

20. Increase in Average Annual Salary Paid Principals, Teachers, and Other In-
structional Personnel From 1952-53 to 1962-63.
SOURCE: Computed from Biennial Reports of the State Superintendent of
Public Instruction. This shows the increase in average annual salaries
for the ten year period 1952-53 to 1962-63.

21. Percent Increase in Average Annual Salary Paid Principals, Teachers, and
Other Instructional Personnel From 1952-53 to 1962-63.
SOURCE: Computed from Biennial Reports of the State Superintendent of
Public Instruction. This shows the percent of increase in average annual
salaries for the ten year period 1952-53 to 1962-63.

22. Total Outstanding Indebtedness as of June 30, 1963.
SOURCE: Biennial Report of State Superintendent of Public Instruction.
This includes all indebtedness such as local bond issues, revenue cer-
tificates, and State Board of Education Bonds issued in behalf of the
county.

23. Outstanding Indebtedness Per Pupil in Average Daily Attendance, 1962-63.
SOURCE: Computed from Biennial Report of the State Superintendent of
Public Instruction. This was derived by dividing the average daily
attendance of grades 1-12 in 1962-63 into the outstanding indebtedness
on June 30, 1963.

24. Revenue Receipts From Local Sources. 1962-63.
SOURCE: Biennial Report of the State Superintendent of Public In-
struction. Revenue receipts are additions to assets which do not incur
as obligation that must be met at some future date and do not represent
exchanges of property for money. The primary local source of revenue
receipts is the county and district ad valorem tax.

25. Revenue Receipts From Local Sources Per Pupil in Average Daily Attendance,
Grades 1-12, 1962-63.
SOURCE: Computed from Biennial Report of the State Superintendent of
Public Instruction. This is found by dividing the average daily at-
tendance of grades 1-12 for 1962-63 into the total local revenue receipts
for 1962-63.

26. Percent of Total Revenue Receipts Derived From Local Sources. 1962-63.
SOURCE: Biennial Report of the State Superintendent of Public In-
struction. This shows what percent of the total revenue receipts of
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a county comes from local sources. Other sources are State and Federal.

27. Local Effort Required to Participate in the Minimum Foundation Program,
Grades 1-12, 1962-63.
SOURCE: "'Application of Index of Taxpaying Ability, 1962-63," State
Department: of Education. This is the required local effort that each
county must make toward meeting the costs of the Foundation Program.

28. Percent by Which Total Local Effort Exceeded Required Local Effort, 1962-63.
SOURCE: Computed from State Department of Education records. This
expresses, in percent, the funds raised from local sources in excess of
the minimum required for participation in the Foundation Program.

29. Per Capita Personal Income, 1961.
SOURCE: "Personal Income, Population, Employment and Construction for
Florida Counties," Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Gainesville.
Personal income is current income form'all sources both private and govern-
mental before deductions.

30. Public School Revenue From Local Sources, 1961-62, as a Percent of Personal
Income for 1961.
SOURCE: Computed from Biennial Reports and "Personal Income, Population,
Employment and Construction for Florida Counties," Bureau of Economic and
Business Research, Gainesville. This attempts to estimate what percent of
personal income payments make up revenue receipts from local sources.

31. Local Revenue Receipts Per Capita Based on Estimated Population, July 1. 1963
and Local Revenue Receipts. 1962-63.
SOURCE: Computed from "Provisional Estimates of the Population of Florida
Counties, July 1, 1963," Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Gainesville,
and Biennial Report of the State Superintendent of Public Instruction. Esti-
mated county population is.divided into revenue receipts from local sources.

32. Percent of Families With an Annual Income of $10,000 and Over. 1960.
SOURCE: U. S. Census, "Florida General Social and Economic Characteristics,"

33. 'Percent of Families With an Annual Income of Less Than $3.000, 1960.
SOURCE: U. S. Census, "Florida General Social and Economic Characteristics,"

34. Median Family Income, 1960.
SOURCE: U. S. Census, "Florida General Social and Economic Characteristics."
This pertains to the median income of families and unrelated individuals.

35. Counties' Percent of State's Taxpaving Ability as Measured by the Index of
Taxpaying Ability, 1963-64.
SOURCE: "Application of Index of Taxpaying Ability, 1963-64," State
Department of Education.

36. Required Local Effort Per Pupil in Average Daily Attendance, Grades 1-12. 1962-63.
SOURCE: State Department of Education. This is found by dividing the
required local effort for 1962-63 for grades 1-12 by the number of pupils
in average daily attendance in grades 1-12 for 1962-63.


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37. Percent of State Sales Tax Collected in Each County in 1961-62.
SOURCE: Report of the State Comptroller. This is one of the factors used
in the Index of Taxpaying Ability and is one indication of the relative
amount of business activity.

38. Percent of Employed Persons in White-Collar Occupations, 1960.
SOURCE: U. S. Census, "Florida General Social and Economic Characteristics."
This includes persons employed in professional, managerial, clerical, and
sales occupations.

39. Percent of Workers Whose Place of Employment Was in the County in Which They Lived,
1960.
SOURCE: Computed from U. S. Census, "Florida General Social and Economic
Characteristics." This is found by dividing the total number of workers in
each county in 1960 by the number working within the county in which they
lived.

40. Percent of Estimated Population, 1962, Classified as Non-White.
SOURCE: "Florida Vital Statistics," Annual Report, Supplement No.1, Florida
State Board of Health. The percentages in this table were computed from the
provisional midyear population estimate.

41. Median School Years Completed, Persons 25 Years Old and Over, 1960.
SOURCE: U. S. Census, "Florida General Social and Economic Characteristic."

42. Percent of Population 25 Years Old and Older With Less Than Five Years of School
Completed, 1960.
SOURCE: U. S. Census, "Florida General Social and Economic Characteristics."
Computed.

43. Percent of Native Population, 1960, Born in Florida.
SOURCE: U. S. Census, "Florida General Social and Economic Characteristics."
This is the percent of persons residing in each county who were born in Florida.
The difference between the percentages shown and 100 percent would provide some
indication of the amount of migration into the county from other states.

44. Percent of Population Five Years Old and Older Who Moved Into County Between 1955
and 1960.
SOURCE: U. S. Census, "Florida General Social and Economic Characteristics."
This table gives an indication of growth through migration during the five
year period immediately preceding the 1960 census.

45. Live Births by Place of Residence, 1962.
SOURCE: "Florida Vital Statistics," Annual Report, Supplement No.l, Florida
State Board of Health. This table gives live births by county of residence
of mother.

46. Resident Births Per 1,000 Population, 1962.
SOURCE: "Florida Vital Statistics," Annual Report, Supplement No.1, Florida
State Board of Health. Column A gives the total number of births per 1,000
population. Columns B and C give the same thing broken down by race.

47. Non-Exempt Assessed Valuation, 1962 (in Thousands).
SOURCE: Report of the State Comptroller. This is the valuation on which
school taxes are levied.








48. Increase in Assessed Valuation of All Non-Exempt Property From 1952 to
1962. (in Thousands).
SOURCE: Computed from Report of the State Comptroller.

49. Percent Increase in Assessed Valuation of all Non-Exempt Property from
1952 to 1962.
SOURCE: Computed from Report of the State Comptroller.

50. Assessed Value of Personal Property as a Percent of All Non-Exempt Property,
1962.
SOURCE: Computed from Report of the State Comptroller.

51. Assessed Value of Railroad and Telegraph Property (Adjusted) as a Percent of
All Non-Exemp: Property, 1962.
SOURCE: Computed from Report of the State Comptroller.

52. Assessed Value of Homestead Exempt Property as a Percent of the Value of Non-
Exempt Real Estate, 1962.
SOURCE: Computed from Report of the State Comptroller. This shows the
relationship between non-exempt real estate and homestead exempt real estate.

53. County Assessment Levels (Railroad Assessment Board)1962.
SOURCE: Railroad Assessment Board.

54. Non-Exempt Assessed Valuation Per Pupil in Average Daily Attendance. Grades 1-12,
1962-63.
SOURCE: Computed from Report of the State Comptroller. This is the average
amount of taxable property supporting each pupil in average attendance in
1962-63. It was derived by dividing the non-exempt assessed valuation for
1962 by the average daily attendance for 1962-63.

55, Change in Non-Exempt Assessed Valuation Per Pupil in Average Daily Attendance
From 1952-53 to 1962-63.
SOURCE: Computed by Division of Research. This shows the increase or
decrease in local taxable'property over the last ten years on a per pupil
basis.

56. Percent Change in Non-Exempt Assessed Valuation Per Pupil in Average Daily
Attendance, From 1952-53 to 1962-63.
SOURCE: Computed by Division of Research. This shows the percent of
increase or decrease on a per pupil basis of taxable property over the
last ten years.

57. Estimated Population of Florida Counties. July 1. 1963.
SOURCE: "Provisional Estimates of the Population of Florida Counties,
July 1, 1963" by Dr. John N. Webb, Bureau of Economic and Business Research,
Gainesville.

58. Estimated Percent of Population Change From April 1960 to July 1963.
SOURCE: "Provisional Estimates of the Population of Florida Counties,
July 1, 1963," by Dr. John N. Webb, Bureau of Economic and Business
Research, Gainesville.

59. Total Principals, Teachers, and Other Instructional Personnel, 1962-63.
SOURCE: State Department of Education. This refers to the total number
of equivalent positions rather than to the number of individuals.
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60. Percent of Instructional Personnel in Rank II (Masters Degree or equivalent) or
Higher, 1962-63.
SOURCE: State Department of Education.

61. Percent of Instructional Personnel on Continuing Contract Status, 1962-63.
SOURCE: State Department of Education.

62. Percent of Regular Full-Time Teachers Who Were Men, 1962-63.
SOURCE: State Department of Education Records.

63. Transported Average Daily Attendance as a Percent of Total Average Daily
Attendance, 1962-63.
SOURCE: State Department of Education Records. This gives the percent of
pupils who are transported at public expense.

64. School Bus Mileage, Morning Trip Only, 1962-63.
SOURCE: State Department of Education, Transportation Report. This is the
combined mileage of all buses, one way. Doubling this figure will approxi-
mate the total daily mileage.

65. Percent of Bus Drivers Who Are Female, 1962-63.
SOURCE: State Department of Education, Transportation Report.

66. Average Monthly Salary of Bus Drivers of County-Owned School Buses, 1962-63.
SOURCE: State Department of Education, Transportation Report.

67. Percent Participation in Reimbursed School Lunch Programs, 1962-63.
SOURCE: State Department of Education. This is the percentage of pupils
who participate in the school lunch program in schools having school lunch
programs. Schools not participating in the Reimbursed School Lunch Program
are excluded from this tabulation.

68. Percent of Lunches Served Free, 1962-63.
SOURCE: State Department of Education. This shows the percent of all
lunches served that were served free to needy pupils.

69. Total Expenditures for School Lunch Program, 1962-63.
SOURCE: State Department of Education. This includes expenditures for
food, labor, and other school lunch costs.

70. Average Value of Food Per Lunch Served, 1962-63,
SOURCE: State Department of Education.

71. Average Labor Cost Per Lunch Served, 1962-63.
SOURCE: State Department of Education.


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1 2 3 4 5
Enrollment Enrollment Percent of Percent of Percent of
Grades 1-12 Increase Enrollment Attendance 1962 Graduates
Counties 1962-63 Grades 1-12 Increase 1962-63 Who Entered
1952-53 to 1962-63 Grades 1-12 College in
1952-53 to 1962-63 1962-63

Number Rank Number Rank Percent Rank Percent Rank Percent Rank

Alachua 18,167 (13) 6,942 (17) 61.84% (31) 94.00% (39) 57.12% (4)
Baker 2,148 (57) 409 (50) 23.52 (51) 95.10 (9) 32.56 (42)
Bay 16,883 (14) 5,899 (19) 53.71 (38) 95.33 (3) 49.73 (13)
Bradford 3,915 (41) 810 (44) 26.09 (49) 95.00 (11) 27.03 (57)
Brevard 37,085 (10) 30.025 (8) 425.28 (1) 95.15 (7) 51.79 (10)
Broward 78,478 (4) 56,419 (3) 256.76 (3) 94.00 (39) 50.76 (11)
Calhoun 2,109 (58) -14 (64) -.66 (64) 94.05 (37) 31.07 (51)
Charlotte 2,856 (51) 2,093 (35) 274.31 (2) 94.73 (17) 32.86 (39)
Citrus 2,445 (55) 1,007 (42) 70.03 (27) 94.43 (26) 42.53 (23)
Clay 5,485 (33) 2.821 (29) 105.89 (16) 94.82 (15) 46.90 (18)
Collier 4,726 (35) 2,622 (31) 124.62 (14) 94.46 (25) 41.02 (26)
Columbia 5,913 (31) 1,288 (39) 27.85 (47) 94.53 (23) 37.09 (31)
Dade 203,564 (1) 112,524 (1) 123.60 (15) 93.90 (46) 49.20 (14)
De Soto 2,674 (52) 912 (43) 51.76 (40) 93.61 (52) 32.00 (47)
Dikie 1,437 (61) 405 (51) 39.24 (45) 94.35 (30) 18.75 (65)
Duval 117,954 (2) 56,546 (2) 92.08 (19) 93.70 (50) 40.09 (28)
Escambia 45,637 (9) 19,480 (10) 74.47 (26) 94.66 (20) 46.31 (20)
Flagler 1,214 (63) 343 (54) 39.38 (44) 93.69 (51) 56.10 (6)
Franklin 1,699 (59) 351 (53) 26.04 (50) 93.31 (56) 23.81 (61)
Gadsden 10.829 (22) 3,233 (25) 42.56 (42) 91.35 (66) 41.06 (25)
Gilchrist 867 (65) -63 (65) -6.77 (65) 94.76 (16) 16.00 (66)
Glades 740 (67) 274 (56) 58.80 (35) 95.15 (7) 26.32 (58)
Gulf 2,888 (50) 442 (49) 18.07 (53) 94.40 (28) 33.94 (38)
Hamilton 2,318 (56) -240 (66) -9.38 (66) 91.46 (65) 27.97 (55)
Hardee 3,294 (45) 723 (46) 28.12 (46) 94.87 (14) 37.50 (30)
Hendry 2,637 (53) 1,209 (40) 84.66 (22) 93.83 (48) 32.35 (44)
Hernando 2,898 (48) 1,329 (38) 84.70 (21) 93.92 (45) 47.31 (17)
Highlands 5,781 (32) 2,353 (32) 68.64 (28) 94.41 (27) 34.17 (36)
Hillsborough 92,781 (3) 41,910 (4) 82.38 (24) 93.94 (43) 43.52 (21)
Holmes 3,141 (46) -577 (67) -15.52 (67) 94.03 (38) 23.78 (62)









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
Walril la


Walton
Washington


TOTAL 1,188,975 590,267 98.59% 94.207. 45.50%7


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--


6,601
9,409
2,890
794
13,995
14,303
18,488
2,932
890
4,327
14,570
14,303
4,457
9,285
5,280
15,814
2,486
67,211
4,637
53,075'
8,099
67,806
49,994
8,795
6.686
9,948
7,763
15,964
15,285
3.507
4,469
3,907
1,252
27,839
1.511
4,465
3,375


(30)
(24)
(49)
(66)
(21)
(19)
(12)
(47)
(64)
(40)
(18)
(19)
(39)
(25)
(34)
(16)
(54)
(6)
(36)
(7)
(27)
(5)
(8)
(26)
(29)
(23)
(28)
(15)
(17)
(43)
(37)
(42)
(62)
(11)
(60)
(38)
(44)


3,802
6
360
8
5,284
8,388
7,305
314
51
471
6,603
5,149
2,672
4,398
1.818
8,800
1,510
40,400
2,342
30,084
3,001
39,656
19,940:
3,145'
2,235
4,973
2,903
8,940
9,142
757
93
1,147
137
12,107
104
694
53


(24)
(63)
(52)
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135.83
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14.23
1.02
60.66
141.81
65.32
11.99
6,08
12.21
82.88
56.25
149.69
89.99
52.51
125.46
154.71
150.68
102.05
130.85
58.87
140.87
66.35
55.66
50.21
99.96
59.73
127.28
148.82
27.53
2.13
41.56
12.29
76.96
7.39
18.40
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93.83
91.98
92.98
92.63
95.33
93.87
94.08
92.53
93.15
90.76
95.57
93.28
94.22
95.01
95.97
95.18
93.99
94.40
94.65
94.19
93.40
94.99
95.16
93.55
93.37
94.48
93.99
94.59
93.94
94.67
94.35
94.17
94.12
94.69
92.74
94.95
92.42


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40.62
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22.86
48.58
74.89
58.15
31.62
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41.52
43.10
58.84
32.64
31.69
35.64
46.73
32.31
31.16
32.12
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32.56
56.26
35.83
47.66
50.38
36.33
33.95
55.96
34.26
31.01
28.94
38.23
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54.68
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27.91
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Madison







6 7 8
Percent Change Percent of Change in Net Membership Between
in ADA, First Two Persons 14-17 First Month and End of School, 1962-63
Months 1962-63 to Years of Age
Counties First Two Months Enrolled in
1963-64' School, 1960 Total 1-12 Number Number Number
Percent Rank 1-6 7-9 10-12
Percent Rank Percent Rank A B C D

Alachua 6.32% (15) 84.8% (46) .657% (23) 164 122 152
Baker 2.37 (43) 84.7 (49) .25 (16) 27 13 9
Bay 2.59 (40) 83.2 (55) -3.23 (62) 158 142 203
Bradford .82 (65) 88.4 (25) -1.14 (37) 18 24 36
Brevard 20.22 (2) 87.2 (35) 3.54 (3) 913 256 23
Broward 6.31 (16) 89.4 (18) .35 (22) 444 95 601
Calhoun .10 (61) 86.6 (38) -3.10 (61) 3 32 26
Charlotte 3.64 (32) 84.6 (52) -1.79 (45) 13 6 25
Citrus 10.70 (5) 91.1 (8) 1.52 (6) 42 1 8
Clay 5.17 (23) 80.5 (59) -2.03 (49) -35 41 22
Collier 8.17 (9) 76.3 (63) -2.51 (58) 10 42 43
Columbia 6.89 (12) 87.7 (29) .84 (29) 9 26 29
Dade 1.58 (52) 88.6 (24) -2.46 (57) -1,126 -1,168 2,361
De Soto 4.76 (26) 78.4 (62) .88 (31) 23 11 21
Dixie 2.13 (45) 79.9 (60) -1.98 (47) 7 13 20
Duval 3.36 (33) 85.4 (43) -2.61 (59) 787 885 1,223
Escambia 3.65 (31) 89.1 (20) -2.14 (50) 217 262 436
Flagler 6.50 (14) 72.8 (65) .36 (14) 21 6 11
Franklin 2.74 (38) 81.3 (57) -3.35 (63) 10 25 16
Gadsden 3.25 (36) 84.0 (54) .96 (33) 30 83 45
Gilchrist .24 (59) 91.5 (6) -5.74 (67) 22 14 11
Glades 22.50 (1) 3.60 (2) 16 4 1
Gulf 1.67 (50) 92.0 (3) -5.42 (66) 59 47 43
Hamilton .20 (60) 89.7 (16) -1.71 (44) 14 15 36
Hardee .54 (58) 75.7 (64) -1.44 (41) 19 31 29
Hendry 9.66 (7) 78.9 (61) 1.09 (9) 22 14 12
Hernando 5.32 (21) 85.9 (42) .95 (32) 4 15 14
Highlands 2.46 (42) 90.6 (11) .44 (13) 76 10 44
Hillsborough 4.06 (30) 85.2 (44) -1.47 (42) 113 513 863
Holmes -1.53 (66) 87.8 (28) -3.87 (64) 34 59 22








Indian River 5.22 (22) 85.2 (44) -1.31 (40) 33 52 61
Jackson 1.32 (53) 86.1 (40) .07 (19) 49 19 36
Jefferson 1.99 (47) 86.7 (37) -1.82 (46) 12 14 24
Lafayette -4.24 (67) 91.1 (8) .14 (21) 1 3 5
Lake 2.47 (41) 84.8 (46) .86 (30) 68 99 77
Lee 7.45 (11) 82.4 (56) .48 (12) 139 18 60
Leon 4.55 (27) 88.7 (23) -2.30 (54) 45 104 249
Levy .66 (55) 90.6 (11) -1.51 (43) 10 9 22
Liberty 3.30 (35) 80.9 (58) -1.10 (36) 1 3 7
Madison .74 (64) 89.8 (15) -2.35 (56) 26 55 16
Manatee 4.37 (29) 87.3 (32) .52 (11) 171 9 93
Marion 6.56 (13) 90.8 (10) .04 (18) 151 49 97
Martin 8.91 (8) 87.3 (32) 1.32 (7) 98 20 29
Monroe 7.59 (10) 72.5 (66) 1.08 (10) 194 83 27
Nassau 1.26 (54) 90.0 (14) -2.33 (55) 38 38 40
Okaloosa 16,29 (3) 86.6 (38) -2.14 (52) 10 130 165
Okeechobee 11.85 (4) 91.8 (4) 4.19 (1) 99 7 22
Orange 5.75 (19) 87.4 (31) -1.19 (38) 20 211 534
Osceola 2.69 (39) 88.9 (22) -2.14 (50) 26 30 32
Palm Beach -6.05 (17) 87.2 35) 1.69 (5) 966 63 234
Pasco 3.07 (37) 89.6 (17) -1.01 (34) 46 50 68
Pinellas 4.83 (25) 87.3 (32) .76 (26) 383 192 661
Polk 2.35 (44) 84.8 (46) .12 (17) 615 162 398
Putnam .63 (56) 86.0 (41) .09 (20) 109 52 64
St. Johns 1.66 (51) 90.2 (13) .70. (24) 55 36 62
St. Lucie 5.73 (20) 89.2 (19) 1.95 (4) 259 26 60
Santa Rosa 3.33 (34) 84.7 (49) -2.82 (60) 53 86 63
Sarasota 4.87 (24) 87.6 (30) .83 (28) 14 13 94
Seminole 5.93 (18) 88.0 (27) .31 (15) 146 44 60
Sumter 4.49 (28) 95.5 (1) .73 (25) 56 27 52
Suwannee 1.87 (48) 88.3 (26) .80 (27) 25 26 32
Taylor 2.00 (46) 84.2 (53) -4.75 (65) 78 54 45
Union 1.78 (49) 84.7 (49) -1.04 (35) 7 11 8
Volusia 10.66 (6) 89.0 (21) 1.23 (8) 423 31 96
Wakulla .07 (62) 91.7 (5) -1.98 (47) 11 6 11
Walton .13 (63) 91.3 (7) -2.22 (53) 6 50 48
Washington .58 (57) 94.0 (2) -1.30 (39) 31 4 14
TOTAL 4.65% 87.07. -1.10% 3,254 -5,159 -10,049
ADA Average Daily Attendance
* Not Reported.






9 10 11 12 13
Total Current Increase in Percent Increase Expenditure
Current Expense Current Expense in Current Expense Per Pupil in
Counties Expenses, Per Pupil Per Pupil in ADA Per Pupil in ADA ADA for
All Funds, in ADA From 1952-53 to From 1952-53 to Administration
1962-63 1962-63 1962-63 1962-63 1962-63

Amount Rank Amount Rank Amount Rank Percent Rank Amount Rank

Alachua $ 5,000,977 (13) $294.87 (62) $102.73 (58) 53.47% (52) $ 4.61 (65)
Baker 620,315 (57) 325.11 (37) 104.86 (57) 47.61 (56) 14.07 (15)
Bay 4,266,413 (16) 291.94 (63) 110.25 (52) 60.68 (43) 5.32 (60)
Bradford 1,058,052 (42) 304.91 (57) 124.41 (45) 68.93 (35) 8.76 (44)
Brevard 11.133,950 (10) 355.14 (22) 156.85 (18) 79.10 (20) 11.12 (25)


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


24,967,762
697,990
1,041,649
818,551
1,417,854
1,485,699
1,588,665
72,416,434
679,864
493,719
28,829,380
12,505,021
425,734
476,086
2,598.266
335,094
301,349
923,260
686,318
930,031
711,543
883,322
1,668,707
24,639,787
943,435


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368.04
359.23
447.25
370.22
312.92
393.88
307.70
408.92
302.03
385.42
280.29
312.09
395.66
337.41
280.26
408.15
490.00
366.52
349.45
334.06
333.90
356.75
343.07
305.86
346.60


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168.16
163.27
171.27
133.14
108.37
175.31
134.04
168.86
89.51
85.85
99.67
134.83
168.22
129.30
115.95
149.28
229.01
187.80
165.44
146.19
90.71
149.01
105.42
105.84
176.12


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84.13
83.32
62.06
56.16
52.98
80.21
77.19
70.27
42.12
28.65
54.58
76.06
73.96
62.13
70.57
57.67
87.75
105.08
89.91
77.81
37.30
71.73
31.22
52.91
103.31


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10.27
16.55
14.28
11.55
11.95
16.50
8.38
8.76
10.91
24.99
5.21
6.28
26.16
15.02
5.34
27.29
37.16
11.66
10.06
11.00
16.02
11.18
8.69
4.87
9.34


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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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TOTAL $352,767,640 $342.23 $140.67 69.79% $ 7.51
ADA Average Daily Attendance


2,011,648
2,479,053
824,361
275,750
3.997.641
3,987,236
4,869,587
979,090
354,604
1,149,557
4,874,991
3,824,812
1,312,660
3,124,266
1.409.931
3,856,998
611,929
18,447,524
1,293,015
15,892.646
2,126,859
23,308,284
14,099,125
2,467,900
1.775,279
2,678,586
2,144,226
5,146,916
3,664,928
1.022.361
1,277,631
1,079,691
414,890
8,730,049
539.279
1,262,104
957.003


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352.24
300.86
317.06
413.42
331.84
330.73
298.84
393.05
448.30
310.36
355.11
309.38
365.75
421.69
298.46
290.00
315.92
319.12
335.06
347.87
316.73
396.84
321.33
324.21
310.15
312.08
324.24
372.67
282.92
342.50
317.71
315.42
384.87
353.57
416.11
323.95
309.91


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138.46
137.75
137.75
117.90
130.62
118.77
109.82
179.07
160.98
132.05
177.51
97.71
116.73
218.84
89.33
113.24
82.22
125.99
101.44
146.99
130.29
184.89
127.94
145.24
142.43
134.34
144.96
168.38
85.81
125.58
148.18
133.96
183.37
119.26
155.87
138.32
142.01


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64.77
84.45
76.82
39.90
64.91
56.03
58.10
83.69
56.03
74.06
99.95
46.16
46.88
107.88
42.72
64.06
35.18
65.24
43.4Z
73.17
69.88
87.23
66.85
81.15
84.92
75.58
80.86
82.42
43.53
57.89
87.41
73.82
91.00
50.90
59.89
74.51
84.58


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10.89
5.59
10.90
32.65
5.58
11.33
4.67
15.86
35.09
9.69
9.01
5.93
12.56
10.19
9.56
5.40
13.21
3.70
10.78
8.16
8.74
4.33
5.37
8.40
7.88
6.90
9.75
11.73
4.65
12.14
9.60
9.91
21.32
9.39
18.45
9.47
10.76


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14 15 16 17 18
Expenditure Expenditure Per Expenditure Expenditure Per Expenditure
Per Pupil in Pupil in ADA Per Pupil in Pupil in ADA Per Pupil in
Counties ADA for for Operation ADA for For Auxiliary ADA for Fixed
Instruction of Plant Maintenance Services Charges
1962-63 1962-63 1962-63 1962-63 1962-63

Amount Rank Amount Rank Amount Rank Amount Rank Amount Rank

Alachua $245.49 (56) $16.59 (59) $ 8.61 (46) $15.14 (46) $4.43 (52)
Baker 253.62 (40) 18.44 (52) 7.00 (55) 26.86 (23) 5.12 (39)
Bay 248.29 (51) 18.65 (50) 5.43 (67) 8.58 (62) 5.67 (34)
Bradford 240.46 (61) 20.22 (42) 6.31 (60) 23.37 (31) 5.79 (31)
Brevard 280.21 (18) 23.07 (26) 17.33 (5) 18.65 (37) 4.76 (45)


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


312.83
285.94
328.13
273.70
231.20
316.96
249.51
340.52
243.55
253.79
235.27
255.06
296.46
246.91
230.36
278.47
349.17
276.54
272.45
253.93
253.37
284.94
279.94
248.43
274.52


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26.56
18.27
33.01
27.14
21.86
30.37
18.09
34.62
15.15
34.64
20.02
20.41
26.02
25.39
12.29
23.13
32.24
30.23
23.01
18.08
25,47
21.23
19.04
25.62
16.22


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8.53
6.99
23.91
5.96
16.36
10.63
6.09
12.89
9.89
14.72
8.18
11.89
15.40
15.28
10.64
15.94
12.10
13.39-
5.58
9.54
11.86
6.40
13.80
13.34
8.88


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(25)
(59)
(14)
(17)
(44)


6.47
27.68
28.05
45.48
23.83
13.14
19.84
4.45
17.83
47.77
7.31
13.77
23.29
26.20
16.75
61.41
50.71
26.49
34.21
35.64
19.14
26.89
13.10
8.55
34.21


(66)
(20)
(19)
(7)
(29)
(53)
(34)
(67)
(39)
(6)
(65)
(50)
(32)
(25)
(42)
(3)
(4)
(24)
(12)
(10)
(36)
(22)
(54)
(63)
(12)


3.38
3.80
19.87
6.39
7.72
6.28
5.79
7,68
4.70
9.51
4.30
4.68
8.36
8.61
4.88
1.91
8.62
8.21
4.14
5.87
8.04
6.11
8.50
5.05
3.43


(61)
(56)
(1)
(24)
(17)
(25)
(31)
(18)
(47)
(6)
(53)
(48)
(12)
(9)
(43)
(67)
(8)
(14)
(54)
(30)
(15)
(27)
(11)
(40)
(60)


I


I~


I


~








Indian River 289.13 (13) 21.41 (31) 8.99 (42) 13.53 (52) 8.29 (13)
Jackson 246.22 (54) 12.16 (67) 10.35 (34) 23.75 (30) 2.79 (65)
Jefferson 242.63 (59) 18.25 (54) 7.93 (49) 33.98 (14) 3.37 (62)
Lafayette 272.52 (27) 25.87 (17) 11.23 (28) 67.38 (2) 3.77 (58)
Lake 271.76 (29) 25.69 (18) 8.93 (43) 15.23 (45) 4.65 (49)
Lee 264.83 (33) 23.62 (23) 9.60 (37) 14.63 (47) 6.72 (22)
Leon 250.85 (46) 21.66 (30) 7.14 (53) 9.55 (60) 4.97 (42)
Levy 292.83 (12) 20.89 (37) 18.51 (4) 37.97 (8) 6.99 (21)
Liberty 315.12 (7) 38.81 (1) 11.85 (26) 35.37 (11) 12.06 (3)
Madison 244.20 (57) 14.12 (65) 10.67 (31) 28.48 (18) 3.20 (63)
Manatee 277.97 (21) 27.63 (12) 20.85 (3) 14.62 (48) 5.03 (41)
Marion 254.09 (37) 18.78 (49) 6.91 (57) 17.65 (41) 6.02 (28)
Martin 281.25 (17) 20.98 (35) 14.10 (13) 25.97 (26) 10.89 (4)
Monroe 319.56 (5) 34.24 (4) 31.58 (1) 13.71 (51) 12.41 (2)
Nassau 226.41 (67) 21.19 (34) 12.19 (21) 24.37 (27) 4.74 (46)
Okaloosa 238.55 (62) 17.53 (58) 5.82 (65) 19.65 (35) 3.05 (64)
Okeechobee 250.29 (47) 19.25 (46) 9.49 (39) 17.74 (40) 5.94 (29)
Orange 267.01 (30) 21.33 (32) 11.38 (27) 9.58 (59) 6.12 (26)
Osceola 266.58 (31) 20.95 (36) 9,36 (40) 21.60 (33) 5.79 (31)
Palm Beach 276.61 (22) 33.83 (5) 10.88 (30) 9.63 (58) 8.76 (7)
Pasco 253.49 (41) 19.74 (44) 8.84 (45) 15.60 (44) 10.32 (5)
Pinellas 331.69 (3) 33.43 (6) 10.95 (29) 8.43 (64) 8.01 (16)
Polk 274.32 (25) 17.72 (57) 7.45 (51) 11.88 (56) 4.59 (50)
Putnam 261.05 (34) 21.84 (29) 12.90 (18) 14.36 (49) 5.66 (35)
St. Johns 248.23 (52) 23.13 (24) 5.90 (63) 17.97 (38) 7.04 (20)
St. Lucie 256.86 (35) 20.49 (40) 7.40 (52) 16.34 (43) 4.09 (55)
Santa Rosa 252.44 (45) 19.04 (47) 13.65 (15) 23.97 (28) 5.39 (38)
Sarasota 302.30 (10) 26.38 (15) 16.31 (8) 9.28 (61) 6.67 (23)
Seminole 235.43 (63) 20.54 (39) 6.89 (58) 9.78 (57) 5.63 (36)
Sumter 266.46 (32) 20.66 (38) 12.01 (23) 28.98 (17) 2.25 (66)
Suwannee 248.61 (49) 15.05 (63) 9.62 (36) 30.05 (16) 4.78 (44)
Taylor 242.12 (60) 18.47 (51) 7.12 (54) 32.27 (15) 5.53 (37)
Union 253.45 (42) 19.59 (45) 12.59 (20) 70.72 (1) 7.20 (19)
Volusia 285.97 (14) 28.12 (11) 9.17 (41) 12.38 (55) 8.54 (10)
Wakulla 303.41 (9) 23.74 (22) 16.66 (6) 49.27 (5) 4.58 (51)
Walton 252.95 (44) 15.89 (61) 5.88 (64) 35.96 (9) 3.80 (56)
Washington 245.85 (55) 14.61 (64) 7.92 (50) 27.29 (21) 3.48 (59)
TOTAL $280.94 $25.35 $10.99 $11.46 $5.98
ADA Average Daily Attendance






19 20 21 22 23
Average Annual Increase in Percent Increase Total Outstanding
Salary Paid Average Annual in Average Annual Outstanding Indebtedness
Principals, Salary Paid Princi- Salary Paid Princi- Indebtedness Per Pupil in
Teachers, pals, Teachers pals, Teachers, as of Average Daily
Counties and Other and Other & Other Instruc- June 30, 1963 Attendance
Instructional Instructional tional Personnel 1962-63
Personnel Personnel from 1952-53 to
1962-63 1962-63 1962-63

Amount Rank Amount Rank Percent Rank Amount Rank Amount Rank

Alachua $5,119.85 (29) $1,885.61 (52) 58.30% (52) $ 4,405,000 (18) $277.39 (28)
Baker 5,159.23 (26) 2,555.42 (4) 98.14 (1) 229,000 (59) 120.00 (58)
Bay 4,916.98 (49) 1,669.77 (61) 51.42 (62) 4,883,078 (17) 334.14 (18)
Bradford 4,888.78 (52) 1,857.91 (54) 61.30 (48) 1,051,740 (34) 303.10 (23)
Brevard 5,445.43 (13) 2,100.80 (36) 62.81 (45) 22.986.000 (4) 733.18 (3)


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


(2)
(42)
(12)
(32)
(62)
(4)
(28)
(1)
(58)
(63)
(37)
(18)
(27)
(67)
(57)
(60)
(25)
(44)
(56)
(33)
(48)
(38)
(20)
(22)
(39)


2,592.65
2,135.76
2,391.36
2,156.78
1,728.43
2,840.35
2,382.44
2,696.79
1,670.51
1,626.21
1,433.61
2,156.25
2,289.70
1,669.34
2,134.40
1,726.03
2,171.86
2,159.14
2,002.61
1,891.10
1,608.75
2,061.84
1,974.87
1,630.23
2,331.84


(3)
(30)
(8)
(26)
(58)
(1)
(9)
(2)
(60)
(64)
(67)
(27)
(15)
(62)
(31)
(59)
(24)
(25)
(43)
(51)
(65)
(38)
(45)
(63)
(13)


71.45
74.79
76.20
73.59
57.95
96.99
86.62
68.82
54.72
53.02
39.57
67.49
80.08
58.03
81.41
57.79
72.31
76.85
71.81
59.35
48.57
68.98
59.79
44.91
85.91


(29)
(18)
(14)
(19)
(55)
(2)
(5)
(36)
(58)
(61)
(67)
(38)
(11)
(54)
(10)
(56)
(25)
(13)
(27)
(51)
(64)
(35)
(50)
(66)
(6)


26,393,450
274,000
1,937,049
201,000
861.250
3,512,000
2,003,000
41,792,000
273,200
232,500
40,474,000
12,657,162
295,000
335,000
622.000
9,756
none
422,550
619,440
663,671
614,000
826,503
962,044
21,279,000
465,997


(3)
(56)
(29)
(61)
(37)
(21)
(28)
(1)
(57)
(58)
(2)
(9)
(55)
(54)
(43)
(65)


6,221.07
4,991.29
5,529.65
5,087.54
4,710.88
5,768.79
5,133.04
6,615.37
4,723.61
4.693.44
5,056.33
5,350.96
5,148.90
4,545.94
4.756.33
4,712.95
5,175.45
4,968.78
4,791.42
5,077.58
4,921.08
5,050.76
5,277.96
5,260.56
5,046.25


389.05
150.88
831.71
97.05
190.08
931.07
387.95
236.64
121.37
189.49
393.50
315.89
286.13
237.42
67.09
12.80
none
167.75
315.40
238.39
288.13
333.81
197.79
264.14
171.20


(15)
(51)
(2)
(59)
(38)
(1)
(16)
(34)
(57)
(39)
(14)
(21)
(27)
(33)
(63)
(65)

(46)
(22)
(32)
(26)
(19)
(37)
(30)
(45)


(51)
(44)
(39)
(46)
(38)
(36)
(5)
(49)








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
WalrnI1a


Walton
Washington


5,655.46
5,063.19
4,955.76
4,622.70
5,321.87
5,534.67
4,962.10
5,073.71
5,095.16
4,838.45
5,227.46
5,076.24
5,435.64
5,676.76
4,600.90
4,809.45
5,351.86
5,432.03
5,046.02
5,752.09
5,188.97
6,152.17
5,668.40
5,032.70
5,357.05
5,269.42
4,634.71
5,727.15
5,102.42
4,986.76
4,715.82
4,892.42
4,711.26
5,639.54
4,891.95
4,872.02
4.942.54


----


3,849,000
1,561,000
378,800
none
6.651.500


(9)
(36)
(46)
(65)
(19)
(11)
(45)
(35)
(31)
(54)
(23)
(34)
(14)
(7)
(66)
(55)
(17)
(15)
(40)
(5)
(24)
(3)
(8)
(41)
(16)
(21)
(64)
(6)
(30)
(43)
(59)
(50)
(61)
(10)
(51)
(53)
r^.71


TOTAL $5,618.92 $2,218.95 65.26% $328,347,782 $319.96


2,423.47
2,479.41
2,139.42
1,817.79
1,892.91
2,115.80
1,969.31
2,141.52
2,110.54
2,203.95
2,194.08
1,769.41
2,362.96
2,343.76
1.474.55
1,984.87
2,251.74
2,173.87
1,966.09
2,032.33
2,182.07
2,345.79
2,292.82
2,110.73
2,406.30
2,114.42
1,897.94
2,286.23
1,876.23
1,892.25
2,035.90
2,248.79
2,213.48
1,846.77
2,011.67
2,032.39
2.081.87


(6)
(5)
(29)
(56)
(49)
(32)
(46)
(28)
(35)
(20)
(21)
(57)
(10)
(12)
(66)
(44)
(17)
(23)
(47)
(41)
(22)
(11)
(14)
(34)
(7)
(33)
(48)
(16)
(53)
(50)
(39)
(18)
(19)
(55)
(42)
(40)
(37)


74.98
95.96
75.96
64.81
55.20
61.89
65.80
73.03
70.71
83.66
72.33
53.51
76.90
70.32
47.17
70.27
72.63
66.72
63.84
54.64
72.57
61.63
67.92
72.24
81.55
67.02
69.35
66.44
58.16
61.15
75.97
85.06
88.62
48.69
69.84
71.57
72.78


___


(17)
(3)
(16)
(43)
(57)
(46)
(42)
(20)
(30)
(8)
(24)
(60)
(12)
(31)
(65)
(32)
(22)
(40)
(44)
(59)
(23)
(47)
(37)
(26)
(9)
(39)
(34)
(41)
(53)
(49)
(15)
(7)
(4)
(63)
(33)
(28)
(21)


6,840,000
2,814,300
225,000
618,750
487.000
6,572,000
5,632,000
663,300
3,439,000
1.271.171
2,024,000
124,000
10,427,100
337,000
17,014.350
1,092,000
17,426,000
10,248,000
1,316,250
3.044.083
2,097,000
2,805,049
6,369,500
4,239,000
426,000
569,988
1,011,950
173,800
13,860,000
180,000
629,500
656.000


(20)
(30)
(52)

(13)
(12)
(24)
(60)
(45)
(48)
(14)
(16)
(40)
(22)
(32)
(27)
(64)
(10)
(53)
(7)
(33)
(6)
(11)
(31)
(23)
(26)
(25)
(15)
(19)
(50)
(47)
(35)
(63)
(8)
(62)
(42)
(41)


~


~


673.96
189.44
146.89
none
552.13
567.35
172.71
90.33
81.95
131.48
514.16
455.55
184.81
464.17
269.09
152.18
64.02
180.55
87.33
372.43
162.62
269.69
233.56
172.92
531.81
244.32
424.17
461.19
327.23
142.71
147.51
295.63
161.22
591.95
138.89
161.58
224.97


_I~


(4)
(40)
(53)

(7)
(6)
(44)
(60)
(62)
(56)
(9)
(12)
(41)
(10)
(29)
(50)
(64)
(42)
(61)
(17)
(47)
(24)
(35)
(43)
(8)
(31)
(13)
(11)
(20)
(54)
(52)
(25)
(49)
(5)
(55)
(48)
(36)


---


(47)J


--






24 25 26 27 28
Revenue Receipts Revenue Receipts Percent of Local Effort Percent by
From Local Sources From Local Total Revenue Required to Which Total
Counties 1962-63 Sources Per Receipts Participate in Local Effort
Pupil in ADA, Derived From MFP, Grades 1-12 Exceeded Required
Grades 1-12 Local Sources 1962-63 Local Effort
1962-63 1962-63 1962-63

Amount Rank Amount Rank Percent Rank Amount. Rank Percent Rank

Alachua $ 1,963,494 (17) $123.65 (34) 31.95% (35) $ 677,163 (16) 176.15% (35)
Baker 125,326 (56) 65.68 (53) 16.26 (52) 70,991 (55) 76.54 (61)
Bay 1,275,842 (23) 87.30 (46) 25.28 (42) 560,736 (19) 127.53 (46)
Bradford 239,327 (47) 68.97 (50) 19.53 (51) 94,467 (50) 153.34 (41)
Brevard 4.665.745 (11) 148.82 (26) 32.06 '(33) 1,286,481 (11) 262.68 (15)
Broward 17,128,206 (3) 252.48 (7) 54.72 (6) 4,196,761 (4) 308.13 (9)
Calhoun 70,538 (63) 38.84 (65) 9.10 (66) 37,236 (62) 80.41 (59)
Charlotte 872,756 (28) 374.73 (1) 61.82 (1) 164,278 (38) 431.27 (2)
Citrus 403,445 (39) 194.81 (17) 40.45 (22) 110,586 (47) 247.45 (19)
Clay 448.215 (36) 98.92 (43) 24.94 (44) 143.273 (41) 212.84 (25)


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


1,204,095
479,702
45,498,599
190,521
167,203
12,245,146
5,544,848
188,858
175,964
621.883
81,769
124,259
326,137
77,197
329,501
367,411
8,070
843,090
11,690,611
121,413


(5)
(35)
(1)
(50)
(54)
(4)
(10)
(52)
(53)
(32)
(60)
(57)
(43)
(61)
(41)
(40)
**
(29)
(7)
(58)


319.22
92.91
257.63
84.64
136.27
119.05
138.39
183.18
124.71
67.08
107.31
218.38
129.47
39.31
118.36
172.37
**
173.33
145.12
44.60


(2)
(44)
(6)
(48)
(30)
(38)
(28)
(19)
(33)
(51)
(40)
(10)
(32)
(64)
(39)
(23)

(21)
(27)
(61)


57.42
24.56
52.23
25.27
38.39
35.16
34.47
40.01
31.46
20.10
20.97
35.77
31.13
9.87
31.89
43.38
**
40.60
40.68
11.55


(3)
(45)
(7)
(43)
(41)
(27)
(28)
(25)
(37)
(50)
(48)
(26)
(38)
(65)
(36)
(19)


(21)
(20)
(61)


214,657
173,377
11,980,011
119,909
38.360
5,095,433
1,637,166
78,966
48,132
229.484
36,169
47,683
84,470
60,039
162,256
165,795
133,557
285,198
4,459,269
60,657


(32)
(36)
(1)
(45)
(61)
(2)
(9)
(53)
(59)
(30)
(63)
(60)
(52)
(58)
(39)
(37)
(42)
(28)
(3)
(57)


460.94
176.68
279,79
58.89
315.12
140.32
238.69
127.78
265.59
170.99
126.07
160.59
286.10
28.58
103.07
121.61
**
195.62
162.16
100.16


(1)
(34)
(13)
(63)
(7)
(43)
(21)
(45)
(14)
(37)
(47)
(39)
(11)
(65)
(50)
(49)

(29)
(38)
(53)








Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Marl nn


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
Wnkl1 1


Walton
Washington


1,177,250
330,510
143,594
38,062
2.489.912
2,424,513
1,699,946
225,591
48,138
196,514
3,012,662
1,706,333
779,790
1,647,976
497,630
496,089
251,204
10,430,850
777,171
12.030.263
1,065,553
17,444,407
8,458,400
931,778
944.822
1,479,447
443,499
3,629,148
1,556,433
252,966
325,145
418,663
63,674
4,654,303
75.483
189,166
121.408


(24)
(42)
(55)
(66)
(15)
(16)
(19)
(48)
(65)
(49)
(14)
(18)
(30)
(20)
(33)
(34)
(46)
(8)
(31)
(6)
(25)
(2)
(9)
(27)
(26)
(22)
(37)
(13)
(21)
(45)
(44)
(38)
(64)
(12)
(62)
(51)
( 9q)


206.14
40.11
56.58
57.06
206.68
201.10
104.32
90.56
63.76
53.05
235.70
138.02
217.27
222.43
105.34
37.30
129.69
180.61
201.39
263.33
158.68
297.00
192.78
122.41
165.06
172.41
67.06
262.77
120.15
84.75
84.15
122.31
59.07
198.78
58.24
48.55
41.64


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11.82
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10.47
15.33
49.43
34.40
49.16
40.36
29.64
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33.75
47.77
44.52
56.79
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59.82
48.40
33.12
43.52
44.76
15.95
55.36
32.57
22.31
22.89
32.01
14.38
44.27
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13.54
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247,176
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675,759
111,148
24,319
109,743
678,511
598,647
222,127
363,771
195.056
434,312
85,930
3,356,106
184,048
2,902,698
368,152
4,051,354
2,456,591
307,664
336.251
453,745
188,934
1,022,625
397,975
125.076
144,115
126,255
34,204
1,414,085
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330.58
244.31
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180.99
226.05
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29 30 31 32 33
Per Capita Public School Local Revenue Percent of Percent of
Personal Revenue From Receipts Per Families With Families
Income Local Sources Capita Based An Annual With An
1961 1961-62, As A on Estimated Income of Annual
Counties Percent of Population $10,000 and Income of
Personal Income July 1, 1963 Over, 1960 Less Than
for 1961 and Local Reve- $3,000,
nue Receipts, 1960
1962-63

Amount Rank Percent Rank Amount Rank Percent Rank Percent Rank

Alachua $1,646 (28) 1.537. (38) $22.70 (42) 11.2% (11) 31.4% (46)
Baker 1,170 (50) 1.53 (38) 16.28 (50) 6.3 (38) 45.9 (19)
Bay 1,657 (25) 1.12 (56) 18.57 (48) 9.1 (20) 28.8 (54)
Bradford 964 (61) 1.87 (23) 18.41 (49) 5.7 (44) 37.7 (34)
Brevard 2.350 (5) 1.27 (51) 30.94 (25) 18.6 (1) 17.6 (67)
Broward 1,753 (18) 2.72 (6) 42.96 (5) 12.8 (6) 24.8 (60)
Calhoun 847 (66) 1.10 (58) 9.04 (64) 5.2 (49) 54.9 (7)
Charlotte 1,294 (44) 3.09 (1) 46.42 (2) 7.6 (29) 33.2 (39)
Citrus 1,141 (52) 3.03 (2) 37.01 (13) 4.2 (56) 45.7 (20)
Clay 1.306 (43) 1.50 (41) 22.75 (41) 7.5 (31) 30.6 (49)
SCollier 2,009 (12) 2.96 (4) 56.53 (1) 13.8 (4) 29.9 (52)
Columbia 1,312 (42) 1.81 (27) 21.80 (43) 6.1 (41) 41.5 (27)
Dade 2,373 (4) 1.91 (20) 45.04 (3) 14.0 (2) 22.8 (63)
De Soto 1,507 (33) 1.01 (64) 14.54 (52) 5.6 (45) 40.8 (29)
Dixie 1,101 (55) 3.02 (3) 35.58 (17) 2.5 (64) 46.0 (18)
Duval 2,377 (3) 1.08 (61) 24.31 (38) 12.4 (7) 22.4 (64)
Escambia 1,875 (16) 1.26 (53) 28.97 (30) 10.4 (12) 23.9 (62)
Flagler 1,580 (30) 2.02 (13) 35.63 (16) 5.5 (46) 46.2 (16)
Franklin 968 (60) 2.32 (10) 24.10 (39) 1.5 (66) 56.7 (4)
Gadsden 1,251 (45) 1.37 (46) 13.52 (55) 6.0 (42) 52.5 (11)
Gilchrist 1,234 (47) 2.40 (8) 28.20 (32) 4.5 (54) 60.0 (2
Glades 1,710 (22) 1.87 (23) 38.83 (11) 5.5 (46) 39.6 (32)
Gulf 1,647 (27) 1.77 (29) 33.97 (22) 6.4 (37) 30.0 (50)
Hamilton 1,021 (59) .95 (65) 9.90 (63) 4.2 (56) 56.0 (5)
Hardee 1,879 (15) 1.39 (44) 24.59 (37) 6.9 (34) 41.0 (28)
Hendry 3,068 (1) 1.28 (50) 34.66 (21) 6.9 (34) 33.2 (39)
Hernando 1,401 (39) 2.00 (14) ** 6.3 (38) 45.3 (22)
Highlands 1,971 (13) 1.77 (29) 34.84 (20) 6.3 (38) 37.6 (35)
Hillsborough 1,965 (14) 1.39 (44) 27.20 (34) 9.1 (20) 28.4 (55)
Holmes 788 (67) 1.36 (47) 10.94 (60) 2.5 (64) 66.4 (1)








Indian River 2,048 (11) 1.54 (37) 37.85 (12) 9.9 (15> 32.5 (41)
Jackson 1,162 (51) .81 (66) 8.88 (65) 4.3 (55) 52.3 (12)
Jefferson 1,066 (56) 1.40 (43) 13.94 (54) 4.9 (51) 54.4 (8)
Lafayette 1,115 (53) 1.10 (58) 12.28 (58) 5.9 (43) 45.7 (21)
Lake 2,346 (6) 1.76 (32) 39.90 (8) 7.9 (27) 40.2 (30)
Lee 1,660 (24) 2.13 (11) 35.19 (18) 9.9 (15) 32.2 (43)-
Leon 1,746 (19) 1.24 (54) 20.58 (44) 13.6 (5) 27.3 (59)
Levy 1,103 (54) 1.67 (35) 19.96 (45) 4.1 (59) 52.2 (13)
Liberty 1,036 (58) 1.48 (42) 16.05 (51) .5 (67) 46.2 (16)
Madison 962 (62) 1.20 (55) 13.19 (57) 3.0 (62) 57.1 (3)
Manatee 1,439 (38) 2.62 (7) 39.28 (10) 7.6 (29) 37.2 (36)
Marion 1,506 (35) 1.52 (40) 28.68 (31) 6.6 (36) 42.0 (26)
Martin 1,713 (21) 2.37 (9) 35.77 (15) 9.5 (18) 30.7 (48)
Monroe 2,072 (10) 1.67 (35) 29.53 (27) 8.3 (26) 24.6 (61)
Nassau 1,507 (33) 1.81 (27) 26.19 (36) 9.5 (18) 32.3 (42)
Okaloosa 1,707 (23) .35 (67) 7.54 (66) 12.1 (9) 22.0 (66)
Okeechobee 1,061 (57) 1.96 (16) 30.63 (26) 7.7 (28) 28.2 (56)
Orange 2,436 (2) 1.36 (47) 35.12 (19) 14.0 (2) 22.3 (65)
Osceola 1,348 (41) 2.78 (5) 37.00 (14) 5.1 (50) 44.1 (24)
SPalm Beach 2244 (7) 1.96 (16) 44.33 (4) 12.1 (9) 28.2 (56)
Pasco 1,385 (40) 1.97 (15) 27.04 (35) 5.4 (48) 45.3 (22)
Pinellas 1,867 (17) 1.95 (19) 41.71 (6) 10.2 (13) 31.4 (46)
Polk 2,131 (9) 1.76 (32) 39.84 (9) 10.1 (14) 29.2 (53)
Putnam 1,513 (32) 1.89 (22) 28.07 (33) 7.1 (32) 38.4 (33)
St. Johns 1.606 (29) 1.31 (49) 29.34 (28) 9.9 (15) 35.0 (37)
St. Lucie 1,535 (31) 2.08 (12) 33.78 (23) 8.9 (22) 32.1 (44)
Santa Rosa 1,453 (37) 1.09 (60) 13.44 (56) 7.1 (32) 30.0 (50)
Sarasota 2,189 (8) 1.90 (21) 40.28 (7) 12.2 (8) 27.6 (58)
Seminole 1,188 (48) 1.82 (26) 23.16 (40) 8.7 (23) 31.9 (45)
Sumter 1,173 (49) 1.84 (25) 18.88 (47) 4.6 (52) 49.7 (14)
Suwannee 1,238 (46) 1.75 (34) 19.01 (46) 3.7 (60) 54.0 (10)
Taylor 1,483 (36) 1.96 (16) 29.07 (29) 8.5 (25) 39.9 (31)
Union 1,654 (26) 1.08 (61) 9.95 (62) 4.6 (52) 42.8 (25)
Volusia 1,739 (20) 1.77 (29) 32.80 (24) 8.7 (23) 34.4 (38)
Wakulla 900 (64) 1.06 (63) 14.24 (53) 3.3 (61) 54.3 (9)
Walton 928 (63) 1.27 (51) 11.75 (59) 4.2 (56) 48.2 (15)
Washington 880 (65) 1.11 (57) 10.20 (61) 2.7 (63) 55.4 (6)
TOTAL $1,990 1.707% $33.68 11.17. 28.4%


** Tax roll in litigation, local taxes to be accounted for during 1963-64 school fiscal year.






34 35 36 37 38
Median Family Counties' Percent Required Local Percent of State Percent of
Income, 1960 of State's Tax- Effort Per Pupil Sales Tax Employed
paying Ability As in ADA, Grades Collected in Persons In
Counties Measured by the 1-12, 1962-63 Each County White-Collar
Index of Taxpaying 1961-62 Occupations
Ability, 1963-64 1960

Amount Rank Percent Rank Amount Rank Percent Rank Percent Rank

Alachua $4,471 (17) 1.2315% (14) $42.64 (35) 1.0287% (17) 45.8% (7)
Baker 3,227 (50) .1244 (55) 37.21 (44) .0381 (60) 27.5 (59)
Bay 4,413 (20) .9820 (19) 38.37 (42) 1.0657 (16) 43.6 (12)
Bradford 3,797 (35) .1704 (49) 27.22 (61) .1000 (49) 31.9 (39)
Brevard 6,123 (1) 2.4302 (11) 41.03 (39) 2.0069 (12) 50.4 (2)
Broward 4,996 (7) 7.5280 (4) 61.86 (11) 8.6401 (3) 44.7 (10)
Calhoun 2,673 (63) .0672 (62) 19.16 (67) .0456 (58) 31.5 (41)
Charlotte 3,918 (32) .3078 (37) 70.54 (5) .2324 (35) 40.8 (15)
Citrus 3,217 (51) .1996 (47) 50.02 (27) .1256 (39) 37.6 (23)
Clay 4.202 (26) .2386 (42) 31.62 (53) .1090 (46) 36.1 (28)
Collier 4,673 (13) .3767 (32) 56.91 (18) .3637 (27) 35.2 (33)
Columbia 3,607 (39) .3142 (36) 33.58 (48) .2437 (31) 33.6 (36)
SDade 5,348 (2) 21.1051 (1) 67.84 (7) 25.1775 (1) 46.3 (6)
De Soto 3,542 (42) .2070 (45) 53.27 (24) .0945 (50) 29.7 (49)
Dixie 3.210 (52) .0718 (61) 31.26 (54) .0361 (61) 35.4 (31)
Duval 5,345 (3) 9.1097 (2) 49.54 (28) 9.6512 (2) 45.4 (8)
Escambia 5,174 (5) 2.8652 (9) 40.86 (40) 2.9020 (9) 40.1 (18)
Flagler 3,375 (44) .1396 (53) 76.59 (3) .0756 (53) 26.9 (60)
Franklin 2,699 (61) .0854 (59) 34.11 (47) .0572 (55) 27.7 (57)
Gadsden 2,866 (56) .3913 (31) 24.75 (63) .2336 (32) 22.5 (66)
Gilchrist 2,563 (66) .0627 (64) 47.47 (32) .0272 (62) 26.8 (61)
Glades 3,625 (38) .0850 (60) 83.80 (1) .0226 (63) 18.9 (67)
Gulf 4,858 (9) .1423 (52) 33.53 (49) .1141 (43) 35.9 (29)
Hamilton 2,687 (62) .1025 (58) 30.57 (56) .0428 (59) 22.8 (65)
Hardee 3,602 (40) .2805 (39) 58.28 (15) .1148 (42) 28.9 (54)
Hendry 4,127 (28) .3044 (38) 77.80 (2) .1125 (44) 30.2 (47)
Hernando 3,338 (47) .2393 (41) 53.94 (22) .1238 (41) 30.6 (44)
Highlands 3,735 (36) .5055 (28) 58.63 (14) .3044 (29) 34.2 (35)
Hillsborough 4,616 (15) 7.8883 (3) 55.35 (20) 8.2292 (4) 39.9 (19)
Holmes 2,137 (67) .1066 (56) 22.28 (64) .0543 (56) 24.3 (63)








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Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion
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Okaloosa
Okeechobee
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Osceola
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2,741
3,342
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5,173
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3,277
2,614
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3,572
4,295
4,660
4,465
4,901
4,096
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3,368
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St. Lucie 4,211 (25) .8075 (20) 52.87 (26) .6266 (22) 32.4 (38)
Santa Rosa 4,692 (11) .3319 (34) 28.57 (60) .2336 (32) 37.5 (24)
Sarasota 4,688 (12) 1.8437 (12) 74.04 (4) 2.1146 (11) 47.3 (5)
Seminole 4,446 (19) .7292 (22) 30.72 (55) .4539 (24) 40.2 (17)
Sumter 3,023 (54) .2182 (44) 41.90 (36) .0859 (52) 29.4 (52)
Suwannee 2,767 (59) .2581 (40) 37.30 (43) .1254 (40) 28.0 (56)
Taylor 3,844 (33) .2203 (43) 36.88 (45) .1840 (38) 27.6 (58)
Union 3,379 (43) .0635 (63) 31.73 (52) .0213 (65) 29.5 (51)
Volusia 4,114 (29) 2.4894 (10) 60.39 (12) 2.5230 (10) 44.4 (11)
Wakulla 2,783 (58) .0572 (65) 21.32 (66) .0225 (64) 29.2 (53)
Walton 3,138 (53) .1696 (50) 24.84 (62) .1088 (47) 30.6 (44)
Washington 2,662 (64) .1048 (57) 21.44 (65) .0599 (54) 35.4 (31)
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Percent of Percent of Median School Percent of Percent of
Workers Whose Estimated Years Completed Population Native
Place of Em- Population Persons 25 Years 25 Years Old Population
Counties ployment was Classified as Old and Over, and Older With Born in
in the County NonWhite, 1960 Less Than Five Florida, 1960
in Which They 1962 Years of
Lived, 1960 Schooling, 1960

Percent Rank Percent Rank Years Rank Percent Rank Percent Rank

Alachua 93.85% (7) 29.0% (15) 11.5 (7) 13.61% (32) 59.29% (30)
Baker 77.85 (54) 22.1 (28) 8.3 (56) 22.89 (11) 78.32 (8)
Bay 94.79 (3) 15.0 (49) 11.1 (11) 10.16 (47) 46.18 (41)
Bradford 68.23 (65) 23.3 (26) 8.8 (44) 15.73 (29) 70.02 (17)
Brevard 93.95 (6) 11.2 (57) 12.1 (1) 5.23 (65) 24.87 (64)
Broward 82.67 (46) 16.6 (43) 11.9 (3) 6.04 (63) 22.81 (65)
Calhoun 78.85 (53) 16.0 (45) 8.2 (60) 22.23 (12) 77.24 (9)
Charlotte 88.52 (28) 6.0 (66) 10.8 (16) 5.00 (66) 25.46 (63)
Citrus 86.66 (36) 18.4 (39) 9.3 (35) 9.74 (49) 52.85 (35)
Clay 69.22 (62) 14.2 (52) 10.2 (24) 11.70 (41) 44.18 (46)
SCollier 94.16 (5) 17.6 (40) 10.7 (19) 11.31 (42) 38.02 (50)
Columbia 91.55 (15) 30.2 (13) 8.8 (44) 19.23 (20) 74.24 (13)
Dade 90.12 (22) 14.9 (51) 11.5 (7) 7.49 (58) 28.27 (62)
De Soto 82.40 (48) 25.7 (20) 9.2 (36) 11.23 (43) 49.09 (37)
Dixie 82.98 (44) 15.2 (47) 8.3 (56) 24.01 (7) 71.45 (16)
Duval 92.11 (11) 23.4 (24) 10.8 (16) 9.55 (51) 46.03 (42)
Escambia 93.53 (8) 20.9 (32) 10.7 (19) 9.63 (50) 47.35 (39)
Flagler 80.19 (51) 39.1 (6) 8.9 (40) 22.10 (13) 48.64 (38)
Franklin 90.41 (21) 21.1 (31) 8.6 (47) 17.87 (22) 66.72 (21)
Gadsden 91.21 (16) 62.4 (1) 7.5 (67) 31.05 (3) 69.05 (19)
Gilchrist 72.14 (60) 11.1 (58) 8.6 (47) 16.42 (25) 81.04 (3)
Glades 86.16 (37) 42.3 (5) 7.8 (65) 27.56 (5) 64.51 (25)
Gulf 90.99 (18) 23.4 (24) 9.6 (30) 17.13 (24) 65.77 (23)
Hamilton 87.12 (33) 44.2 (4) 7.7 (66) 31.14 (1) 75.08 (12)
Hardee 81.67 (49) 10.1 (61) 8.8 (44) 14.11 (31) 54.67 (32)
Hendry 84.29 (41) 28.1 (16) 8.9 (40) 19.12 (21) 54.02 (33)
Hernando 85.54 (38) 20.8 (33) 8.9 (40) 13.07 (34) 46.81 (40)
Highlands 87.80 (32) 21.2 (30) 9.5 (32) 11.77 (40) 44.71 (45)
Hillsborough 89.07 (25) 14.0 (54) 10.1 (27) 10.26 (46) 45.03 (43)
Holmes 70.45 (61) 3.6 (67) 8.0 (63) 21.45 (15) 73.25 (14)







Indian River 90.56 (20) 21.5 (29> 10.9 (14) 8.75 (54) 37.87 (51)
Jackson 86.69 (35) 31.2 (10) 8.5 (50) 23.55 (8) 72.17 (15)
Jefferson 83.55 (43) 59.8 (2) 8.1 (62) 31.08 (2) 80.54 (5)
Lafayette 81.31 (50) 12.5 (55) 8.4 (53) 17.22 (23) 85.23 (1)
Lake 88.18 (30) 19.4 (37) 10.3 (23) 9.40 (52) 40.93 (47)
Lee 91.93 (13) 15.8 (46) 10.8 (16) 9.78 (48) 36.87 (52)
Leon 94.59 (4) 34.6 (8) 11.9 (3) 12.79 (35) 59.73 (28)
Levy 84.24 (42) 31.0 (11) 8.5 (50) 19.37 (19) 76.10 (11)
Liberty 72.80 (59) 16.1 (44) 8.5 (50) 21.53 (14) 80.21 (6)
Madison 88.71 (27) 47.7 (3) 8.0 (63) 30.59 (4) 81.91 (2)
Manatee 82.73 (45) 15.2 (47) 10.2 (24) 7.23 (59) 32.42 (59)
Marion 90.79 (19) 35.0 (7) 9.5 (32) 16.33 (26) 59.03 (31)
Martin 88.17 (31) 20.6 (34) 10.6 (21) 8.16 (56) 32.56 (58)
Monroe 92.46 (10) 10.4 (60) 10.9 (14) 7.63 (57) 36.11 (53)
Nassau 85.04 (40) 25.1 (21) 9.0 (38) 16.00 (27) 60.97 (26)
Okaloosa 95.27 (1) 6.9 (65) 12.1 (1) 6.52 (61) 33.24 (56)
Okeechobee 88.48 (29) 16.9 (42) 9.2 (36) 13.47 (33) 59.67 (29)
Orange 92.03 (12) 15.0 (49) 11.8 (5) 7.00 (60) 29.18 (61)
Osceola 77.16 (55) 10.8 (59) 9.6 (30) 8.29 (55) 33.71 (55)
Palm Beach 92.66 (9) 22.9 (27) 11.3 (10) 9.40 (52) 29.73 (60)
Pasco 74.99 (57) 11.4 (56) 8.9 (40) 10.56 (45) 34.33 (54)
Pinellas 89.53 (23) 8.9 (63) 11.1 (11) 4.55 (67) 21.05 (67)
Polk 91.63 (14) 18.5 (38) 9.7 (29) 12.30 (38) 44.90 (44)
Putnam 91.05 (17) 30.9 (12) 9.4 (34) 15.64 (30) 59.83 (27)
St. Johns 82.59 (47) 27.5 (18) 10.5 (22) 12.54 (36) 53.07 (34)
St. Lucie 85.06 (39) 32.6 (9) 10.0 (28) 12.34 (37) 40.90 (48)
Santa Rosa 74.09 (58) 7.3 (64) 10.2 (24) 11.81 (39) 49.37 (36)
Sarasota 86.70 (34) 9.7 (62) 11.6 (6) 5.87 (64) 22.74 (66)
Seminole 67.86 (66) 24.7 (23) 11.0 (13) 10.84 (44) 39.17 (49)
Sumter 79.70 (52) 26.6 (19) 9.0 (38) 15.82 (28) 69.05 (19)
Suwannee 88.74 (26) 27.8 (17) 8.3 (56) 23.20 (10) 79.60 (7)
Taylor 94.89 (2) 25,0 (22) 8.4 (53) 25.66 (6) 69.08 (18)
Union 68.47 (63) 20.5 (35) 8.3 (56) 20.92 (17) 64.76 (24)
Volusia 89.30 (24) 17.0 (41) 11.5 (7) 6.42 (62) 32.82 (57)
Wakulla 68.36 (64) 29.1 (14) 8.2 (60) 23.49 (9) 80.73 (4)
Walton 65.79 (67) 14.1 (53) 8.6 (47) 19.50 (18) 65.93 (22)
Washington 76.16 (56) 20.0 (36) 8.4 (53) 21.45 (15) 76.13 (10)
TOTAL 89.37% 17.9% 10.9 9.19% 38.09%





44 45 46
Percent of Live Births by Resident Births Per 1000 Population, 1962
Population Place of
5 Years Old Residence, 1962
Counties and Older Who
Moved Into A B C
County Between
1955 and 1960 Total White NonWhite

Percent Rank Number Rank Number Rank Number Rank Number Rank

Alachua 33.6% (26) 2,201 (11) 26.6 (12) 23.8 (13) 35.1 (14)
Baker 18.1 (58) 175 (57) 22.7 (35) 19.7 (37) 33.5 (19)
Bay 33.1 (28) 1,873 (15) 28.1 (6) 27.3 (3) 33.0 (24)
Bradford 25.1 (42) 285 (43) 22.1 (41) 20.3 (29) 28.0 (54)
Brevard 61.9 (2) 3,815 (10) 28.3 (4) 27.0 (5) 39.1 (7)
Broward 49.1 (4) 7,407 (4) 19.6 (49) 16.2 (55) 36.7 (10)
Calhoun 10.7 (66) 177 (56) 23.6 (28) 21.9 (22) 32.5 (25)
Charlotte 62.9 (1) 240 (51) 14.4 (66) 13.6 (65) 26.0 (58)
Citrus 39.7 (17) 174 (58) 16.9 (60) 15.5 (58) 23.2 (64)
Clay 41.8 (13) 473 (33) 24.9 (19) 24.0 (12) 30.4 (40)


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


42.9
21.1
25.8
23.4
25.2
23.7
27.3
31.4
26.8
14.4
21.1
30.0
25.9
12.0
25.7
29.6
39.1
33.7
26.9
12.5


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464
526
19,631
274
126
12,577
5,082
99
161
1,190
54
51
262
204
294
271
289
563
9,278
180


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24.8
19.2
25.1
24.4
26.1
27.8
24.1
22.7
32.2
20.0
19.6
27.9
26.5
22.8
28.2
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25.9
17.6
22.1
18.9
18.3
18.7
26.2
23.3
22.0
21.9
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15.5


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31.1
33.4
29.3
28.6
30.2
34.8
34.4
24.7
40.1
33.3
20.9
33.2
30.6
30.0
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Indian River 38.6 (20) 639 (29) 22.5 (38) 20.0 (32) 31.6 (32)
Jackson 19.0 (55) 682 (27) 19.5 (51) 17.6 (45) 23.8 (63)
Jefferson 10.4 (67) 253 (50) 27.5 (9) 20.0 (32) 32.5 (25)
Lafayette 20.6 (53) 57 (65) 17.8 (57) 15.4 (60) 35.0 (15)
Lake 32.5 (29) 1,172 (22) 19.0 (54) 16.3 (54) 30.2 (41)
Lee 42.1 (12) 1,269 (20) 19.4 (52) 17.3 (48) 30.7 (36)
Leon 32.4 (30) 1,900 (14) 24.9 (19) 23.8 (13) 27.3 (56)
Levy 21.0 (51) 258 (49) 22.8 (33) 17.2 (49) 35.4 (11)
Liberty 16.9 (61) 65 (64) 21.0 (45) 20.0 (32) 26.0 (58)
Madison 12.5 63) 378 (37 25.4 (16) 20.4 (28) 30.8 (35)
Manatee 37.8 (22) 1,126 (23) 15.0 (65) 12.7 (66) 27.9 (55)
Marion 24.5 (43) 1,327 (19) 23.4 (29) 20.2 (30) 29.4 (46)
Martin 43.5 (8) 393 (36) 20.3 (47) 17.6 (45) 30.5 (39)
Monroe 47.9 (5) 1,355 (18) 25.1 (17) 25.2 (9) 24.3 (62)
Nassau 20.7 (52) 423 (35) 23.1 (32) 21.2 (25) 28.7 (49)
Okaloosa 49.7 (3) 2,071 (13) 32.6 (1) 31.5 (1) 47.0 (1)
Okeechobee 43.1 (9) 210 (53) 27.3 (11) 25.6 (8) 35.4 (11)
Orange 41.5 (15) 6,686 (5) 23.4 (29) 21.9 (22) 32.2 (28)
Osceola 39.2 (18) 338 (40) 17.3 (59) 15.2 (61) 35.2 (13)
Palm Beach 35.6 (24) 5.214 (7) 20.6 (46) 17.9 (44) 29.7 (45)
Pasco 37.9 (21) 632 (30) 16.4 (62) 15.6 (57) 22.7 (65)
Pinellas 41.7 (14) 5,716 (6) 14.2 (67) 12.5 (67) 32.5 (25)
Polk 26.5 (37) 4,480 (9) 21.7 (43) 19.7 (37) 30.7 (36)
Putnam 21.4 (48) 790 (26) 23.9 (26) 21.2 (25) 30.1 (43)
St. Johns 22.0 (47) 673 (28) 22.1 (41)- 19.8 (36) 28.1 (53)
St. Lucie 33.2 (27) 932 (25) 21.4 (44) 16.4 (53) 31.8 (30)
Santa Rosa 41.5 (15) 1,030 (24) 31.5 (3) 31.0 (2) 37.5 (8)
Sarasota 45.3 (6) 1,357 (17) 16.1 (64) 14.4 (63) 31.8 (30)
Seminole 45.3 (6) 1,539 (16) 24.5 (22) 23.6 (16) 27.2 (57)
Sumter 20.2 (54) 282 (44) 22.7 (35) 16.5 (52) 40.0 (6)
Suwannee 17.3 (59) 363 (38) 22.4 (40) 20.0 (32) 28.7 (49)
Taylor 19.0 (55) 351 (39) 25.8 (15) 24.1 (11) 30.9 (34)
Union 42.2 (11) 102 (62) 23.2 (31) 18.0 (43) 43.3 (3)
Volusia 35.7 (23) 2,199 (12) 16.5 (61) 13.9 (64) 29.1 (48)
Wakulla 22.3 (46) 104 (61) 18.9 (55) 16.2 (55) 25.6 (60)
Walton 17.1 (60) 274 (45) 17.6 (58) 16.9 (50) 21.4 (66)
Washington 19.0 (55) 212 (52) 18.4 (56) 14.7 (62) 33.5 (19)
TOTAL 32.9% 115,248 21.5 19.3 32.0




47 48 49 50 51
Non-Exempt Increase in Non- Percent Increase Assessed Value Assessed Value
Assessed Valuation, Exempt Assessed in Assessed of Personal of R.R. & Tel.
1962 Valuation From Valuation of Property as a Property (adj.)
Counties (in thousands) 1952 to 1962 All Non-Exempt Percent of All as a Percent
(in thousands) Property From Non-Exempt of All Non-
1952 to 1962 Property, 1962 Exempt Property,
1962
Amount Rank Amount Rank Percent Rank Percent Rank Percent Rank


Alachua $ 88,000 (24) $ 48,827 (26) 124.64% (42) 20.73% (28) 5.39% (28)
Baker 6,412 (57) 3,684 (55) 135.06 (37) 13.56 (52) 15.75 (1)
Bay 40,501 (33) 17,163 (36) 53.07 (63) 32.34 (12) 2.04 (43)
Bradford 10,300 (49) 5,847 (49) 131.32 (39) 27.16 (22) 9.59 (14)
Brevard 329.978 (10) 311,779 (8) 1.713.12 (3) .8.69 (63) 1.42 (52)
Broward 1,582,357 (2) 1,386,326 (1) 707.20 (11) 8.80 (62) .19 (66)
Calhoun 3,366 (67) 1,299 (64) 62.84 (60) 30.56 (14) .61 (60)
Charlotte 115,024 (21) 109,062 (20) 1,829.19 (2) 6.35 (65) 1.31 (54)
Citrus 29,543 (35) 22,355 (34) 311.00 (23) 13.82 (50) 9.47 (16)
Clay 22.786 (37) 15,144 (37) 198.13 (30) 18.39 (33) 4.82 (31)
Collier 156,556 (17) 143,400 (16) 1,089.89 (4) 3.64 (67) .51 (62)
Columbia 15,564 (44) 8,141 (45) 109.67 (48) 27.37 (20) 8.32 (18)
Dade 2,192,217 (1) 1,191,864 (2) 119.14 (45) 18.37 (34) .29 (65)
De Soto 9,601 (52) 4,900 (51) 104.24 (49) 14.92 (43) 10.74 (9)
Dixie 7.883 (56) 194 (67) 5.06 (67) 14.43 (47) 12.88 (6)


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


483,725
371,067
8,231
8,285
38.048
3,979
5,020
14,938
3,846
15.554
18,821
26,729
41,731
547,321
6,319


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(54)
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(63)
(60)
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(65)
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(58)


218,070
320,600
3,797
3,626
28,229
1,977
1,812
9,396
850
10,393
10,015
21,659
26,636
311,550
2,162


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(62)
(63)
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(66)
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(41)
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(32)
(9)
(61)


82.09
635.27
85.62
77.83
287.49
98.79
56.49
169.52
28.3.7
201.37
113.72
427.19
176.46
132.14
52.00


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(13)
(54)
(58)
(25)
(50)
(61)
(35)
(66)
(29)
(46)
(20)
(33)
(38)
(64)


27.55
48.43
40.11
14.90
23.93
18.36
23.26
59.00
30.58
12.19
28.22
16.56
18.19
22.34
39.72


(18)
(4)
(6)
(44)
(23)
(35)
(26)
(1)
(13)
(53)
(17)
(40)
(36)
(27)
(7)


3.87
1.61
9.73
3.31
5.77
10.84
13.61
2.34
7.78
6.40
2.04
5.42
4.28
1.84
13.82


(34)
(49)
(13)
(35)
(24)
(8)
(4)
(41)
(20)
(23)
(43)
(27)
(33)
(47)
(3)








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 .Tohna


St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla
Walton
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TOTAL $12,282,285 $9,067,035 282.00% 16.57% 1.37%


81,551
15,760
9,857
4,268
279,663
153,401
83,359
16,356
4,801
9,924
251,625
65,269
112,629
75,064
21,615
122,431
10,637
509,456
112,958
935.446
66,368
1,227,622
747,800
48,104
122,223
192,431
14,809
270,766
193,903
42.283
16,293
17,697
3,883
210,855
3,651
8,767
6.051


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(43)
(51)
(62)
(11)
(18)
(25)
(41)
(61)
(50)
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(29)
(23)
(27)
(38)
(19)
(48)
(7)
(22)
(4)
(28)
(3)
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(16)
(47)
(12)
(15)
(31)
(42)
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(64)
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66,087
7,794
4,463
2,659
241,559
131,401
40,033
8,911
3,413
5.504
229,076
32,115
98,316
47,733
7,766
116,621
6,879
390,483
103,145
777,541
51,251
926,881
618,469
19,860
105,151
174,737
10,717
239,968
170,575
37,667
8,656
12,384
2,545
117,680
1,134
3,845
3.367


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(59)
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(47)
(19)
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(14)
(39)
(11)
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(44)
(38)
(60)
(18)
(65)
(53)
(58)


427.37
97.83
82.74
165.30
633.94
593.92
92.40
119.68
246.06
124.50
1,015.90
96.87
686.89
174.65
56.08
2,007.25
183.04
328.21
1,051.07
492,41
339.03
308.20
478.21
70.31
615.91
987.58
261.88
779.16
731.19
815.93
113.33
233.07
190.22
126.30
45.07
78.12
125.41


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(62)
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(32)
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(40)
(65)
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11.54
37.56
20.06
15.28
11.17
13.65
19.43
27.40
19.36
16.78
10.56
23.68
9.85
17.68
35.58
23.92
13.92
16.25
14.82
14.51
8.25
6.15
29.03
38.51
12.08
9.77
52.48
10.12
11.02
18.16
47.13
54.63
14.26
19.77
28.69
27.27
39.15


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9.50
2.51
1.89
1.09
1.37
8.82
14.54
9.87
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5.39
2.80
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12.72
1.57
8.14
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5.54
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2.05
5.73
4.48
1.45
2.97
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2.00
13.27
10.15
6.43
10.61
1.73
2.63
4.96
2.66


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52 53 54 55 56
Assessed Valu- County Assess- Non-Exempt As- Change in Non- Percent Change
ation of Home- ment Levels sessed Valuation Exempt Assessed in Non-Exempt
stead Exempt (Railroad Per Pupil in ADA, Valuation Per Assessed Valu-
Counties Property as a Assessment Grades 1-12, Pupil in ADA, ation Per Pupil
Percent of the Board) 1962 1962-63 From 1952-53 in ADA From
Value of Non- to 1962-63 1952-53 to
Exempt Real 1962-63
Estate, 1962

Percent Rank Percent Rank Amount Rank Amount Rank Percent Rank


Alach
Bakei
Bay
Bradi
Brevs
Browe
Calh<
Char:
Citri
Clay
Coll:
Colux
Dade
De S
Dixie
Duval
Escai
Flag
Fran]
Gadse
Gilce
Glad
Gulf
Hami
Hard
Hend
Hern
High
Hill
Holm


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Lotte
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70.33%
55.39
112.76
83.15
35.51
28.40
147.54
21.00
39.58
71.30


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(14)
(52)
(59)
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(65)
(47)
(23)


48.72%
38.75
43.74
47.00
74.00
75.00
29.78
70.00
84.69
51.00


(35)
(56)
(41)
(38)
(16)
(12)
(65)
(17)
(5)
(32)


$5,542
3,360
3,387
2,968
10,525
23,325
1,854
49,388
14,265
5.029


(41)
(56)
(55)
(58)
(21)
(5)
(67)
(1)
(16)
(47)


$1,471
1,479
- 53
1,305
7.258
12,200
764
38,942
8,121
1.384


(41)
(39)
(63)
(45)
(20)
(11)
(57)
(1)
(17)
(42)


36.13%
78.63
- 1.54
78.47
222.16
109.66
70.09
372.79
132.18
37.97


(51)
(37)
(64)
(38)
(15)
(31)
(40)
(7)
(25)
(50)


ier 8.65 (67) 75.00 (12) 41,505 (2) 32,751 (2) 374.13 (6)
nbia 119.24 (6) 54.20 (29) 3,015 (57) 1,141 (50) 60.89 (43)
47.75 (38) 47.27 (36) 12,413 (19) 1,037 (66) -7.71 (66)
oto 84.10 (12) 40.30 (49) 4,265 (50) 1,074 (51) 33.66 (53)
e 35.11 (54) 84.14 (6) 6,424 (34) 2.568 (67) 28.56 (67)
L 96.99 (10) 41.64 (46) 4,703 (48) 383 (65) 7.53 (65)
mbia 78.09 (20) 70.00 (17) 9,261 (24) 6,969 (21) 304.06 (10)
Ler 38.30 (48) 28.21 (66) 7,984 (31) 1,335 (44) 20.08 (57)
klin 44.28 (41) 30.79 (64) 5,872 (39) 1,749 (38) 42.42 (47)
den 62.48 i (29) 67,90 (20) 4,104 (52) 2.504 (34) 156.50 (21)


hrist
es

Iton
ee
ry
ando
lands
sborough
es


'53.44
22.80
65.30
80.93
65.42
31.42
44.02
48.60
83.30
211.80


(33)
(62)
(28)
(17)
(27)
(57)
(42)
(37)
(13)
(2)


32.48
39.35
32.91
35.42
50.00
40.07
50.00
41.33
53.47
63.69


(61)
(53)
(60)
(59)
(33)
(51)
(33)
(47)
(31)
(22)


5,221
8,823
5,930
1,958
5,583
8,832
10,795
8,580
6,794
2,322


(44)
(28)
(38)
(65)
(40)
(27)
(20)
(30)
(32)
(61)


2,707
680
3,105
518
3,204
1,344
6,922
3,183
1,165
958


(33)
(58)
(30)
(61)
(28)
(43)
(22)
(29)
(49)
(53)


107.68
8.35
109.91
35.97
134.68
17.95
178.72
58.98
20.70
70.23


(32)
(61)
(30)
(52)
(24)
(58)
(17)
(44)
(56)
(39)


~


I III








Indian River 36.57 (49) 60.00 (23) 14,280 (15) 8,160 (15) 115.71 (29)
Jackson 112.97 (8) 32.45 (62) 1,913 (66) 873 (54) 83.94 (36)
Jefferson 48.78 (36) 40.10 (50) 3,884 (53) 1,477 (40) 61.36 (42)
Lafayette 55.36 (32) 40.00 (52) 6,398 (35) 3,938 (25) 160.08 (20)
Lake 24.47 (61) 80.00 (7) 23.214 (6) 17.978 (6) 343,35 (9)
Lee 42.83 (43) 67.14 (21) 12,724 (18) 7,980 (18) 168.21 (18)
Leon 71.39 (22) 43.27 (44) 5,116 (46) 616 (60) 13.69 (60)
Levy 45.25 (39) 40.66 (48) 6,566 (33) 3,326 (27) 102.65 (33)
Liberty 51.59 (35) 60.00 (23) 6,358 (36) 4,473 (24) 237.29 (13)
Madison 81.55 (16) 39.00 (54) 2,679 (60) 1,273 (46) 90.54 (35)
Manatee 36.28 (51) 80.00 (7) 19,686 (11) 16,217 (8) 467.48 (3)
Marion 70.21 (25) 43.50 (43) 5,279 (43) 1,067 (52) 25.33 (54)
Martin 17.51 (66) 75.00 (12) 31,382 (3) 21,092 (4) 204.98 (16)
Monroe 36.33 (50) 47.19 (37) 10,131 (22) 2,963 (31) 41.34 (48)
Nassau 88.77 (11) 43.58 (42) 4,576 (49) 71 ( (64) -1,53 (63)
Okaloosa 41.16 (44) 100.00 (1) 9,205 (25) 8,159 (16) 780.02 (1)
Okeechobee 41.14 (45) 57.00 (28) 5,492 (42) 765 (56) 16.18 (59)
Orange 58.28 (30) 54.00 (30) 8,821 (29) 3,356 (26) 61.41 (41)
Osceola 21.64 (63) 100.00 (1) 29,271 (4) 23,897 (3) 444.68 (4)
Palm Beach 29,35 (58) 60.00 (23) 20.476 (10) 12.166 (12) 146,40 (22)
Pasco 68.20 (26) 60.00 (23) 9,884 (23) 6,193 (23) 167.79 (19)
Pinellas 44.51 (40) 75.00 (12) 20,901 (9) 7,605 (19) 57.20 (45)
Polk 33.15 (55) 80.00 (7) 17,043 (13) 12,008 (13) 238.49 (12)
Putnam 78.72 (19) 57.34 (27) 6,319 (37) 369 (62) 6.20 (62)
St. Johns 26.15 (60) 80.00 (7) 21.353 (8) 16.835 (7) 372.62 (8)
St. Lucie 21.45 (64) 80.00 (7) 22,420 (7) 18,070 (5) 415.40 (5)
Santa Rosa 273.77 (1) 36.59 (58) 2,239 (63) 1,234 (47) 122.79 (27)
Sarasota 40.45 (46) 69.99 (19) 19,605 (12) 14,004 (9) 250.03 (11)
Seminole 32.61 (56) 90.00 (4) 14,969 (14) 10,356 (14) 224.50 (14)
Sumter 35.36 (53) 100.00 (1) 14.165 (17) 12.227 (10) 630.91 (2)
Suwannee 115.93 (7) 46.80 (39) 4,217 (51) 2,134 (35) 102.45 (34)
Taylor 77.98 (21) 46.78 (40) 5,170 (45) 2,849 (32) 122.75 (28)
Union 51.65 (34) 32.35 (63) 3,602 (54) 2,132 (36) 145.03 (23)
Volusia 80.43 (18) 42.02 (45) 9,005 (26) 1,781 (37) 24.65 (55)
Wakulla 81.66 (15) 38.59 (57) 2,817 (59) 776 (55) 38.02 (49)
Walton 160.71 (4) 38.92 (55) 2,250 (62) 675 (59) 42.86 (46)
Washington 196.86 (3) 27,44 (67) 2,075 (64) 1.166 (48) 128.27 (26)
TOTAL 44.59% $11,969 $5,477 84.37%






57 58 59 60 61
Estimated Estimated Total Princi- Percent of Percent of
Population Percent of pals, Teachers, Instructional Instructional
of Florida Population And Other In- Personnel in Personnel on
Counties Counties, Change From structional Rank II (Masters Continuing
July 1, 1963 April 1960 Personnel, Degrees) or Contract
to July 1963 1962-63 Higher, 1962-63 Status, 1962-63

Number Rank Percent Rank Number Rank Percent Rank Percent Rank


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard
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


86,500
7,700
68,700
13,000
150,800
398,700
7,800
18,800
10,900
19.700
21,300
22,000
1,101,000
13,100
4,700
503,700
191,400
5,300
7,300
46.000
2,900
3,200
9,600
7,800
13,400
10,600
12,300
24,200
429,800
11,100


(13)
(58)
(17)
(46)
(10)
(5)
(56)
(38)
(51)
(36)
(34)
(32)
(1)
(45)
(63)
(2)
(9)
(61)
(59)
(23)
(67)
(64)
(54)
(56)
(43)
(52)
(47)
(31)
(3)
(50)


16.7%
4.1
2.4
4.8
35.4
19.4
5.4
49.2
17.2
1.0
34.8
9.5
17.7
12.0
4.4
10.6
10.1
15.2
10.6
9.5
0
6.7
-3.0
1.3
8.1
30.9
9.8
13.6
8.0
2.8


(15)
(56)
(61)
(54)
(2)
(10)
(52)
(1)
(13)
(63)
(3)
(36)
(12)
(24)
(55)
(30)
(34)
(18>
(30)
(36)
(64)
(48)
(66)
(62)
(42)
(4)
(35)
(20)
(43)
(59)


748
86
668
155
1,382
3,046
102
119
108
204
186
231
8,133
106
60
4,348
1,769
56
68
414
43
36
125
104
123
98
123
231
3,409
135


(12)
(57)
(14)
(41)
(10)
(4)
(55)
(50)
(52)
(34)
(36)
(31)
(1)
(53)
(61)
(2)
(9)
(62)
(60)
(22)
(65)
(66)
(47)
(54)
(48)
(56)
(48)
(31)
(3)
(45)


40.267.
32.18
25.96
30.19
23.35
32.20
27.89
33.60
25.93
21.07
20.64
26.23
30.08
12.15
30.01
26.15
20.04
18.52
25.37
23.92
27.27
21.62
19.84
19.81
23.02
19.19
28.00
26.81
22.33
23.70


(2)
(9)
(32)
(12)
(40)
(8)
(21)
(6)
(33)
(52)
(53)
(29)
(13)
(67)
(14)
(30)
(55)
(64)
(35)
(37)
(24)
(50)
(56)
(57)
(44)
(62)
(20)
(26)
(47)
(38)


60.137.
67.81
54.72
53.46
35.39
59.18
76.93
34.40
45.37
46.08
46.03
68.03
62.25
56.08
56.68
58.59
61.82
46.29
55.22
64.83
38.64
32.44
71.42
62.26
57.94
33.33
56.00
51.06
64.24
83.70


(23)
(11)
(43)
(45)
(64)
(26)
(2)
(65)
(60)
(58)
(59)
(10)
(21)
(39)
(36)
(29)
(22)
(57)
(42)
(14)
(63)
(67)
(8)
(20)
(32)
(66)
(40)
(52)
(16)
(1)


~


~


~


~


--


~









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
Wanl 11a


Walton
Washlngtonn


Walhiitto- (5) 14 (44
TOTAL 5,639,900 13.9% 46,482


I


31,100
37,200
10,300
3,100
62,400
68,900
82,600
11,300
3,000
14.900
76,700
59,500
21,800
55,800
19,000
65,800
8,200
297,000
21,000
271.400
39,400
418,200
212,300
33,200
32,200
43,800
33,000
90,100
67,200
13.400
17,100
14,100
6,400
141,900
5.300
16,100
11.900


(30)
(26)
(53)
(65)
(20)
(16)
(14)
(49)
(66)
(41)
(15)
(21)
(33)
(22)
(37)
(19)
(55)
(6)
(35)
(7)
(25)
(4)
(8)
(27)
(29)
(24)
(28)
(12)
(18)
(43)
(39)
(42)
(60)
(11)
(61)
(40)
(48)


22.9
2.8
8.4
6.9
8.7
26.4
11.3
8.7
-3.2
4.9
10.8
15.3
29.0
16.5
10.5
7.5
28.1
12.7
10.5
19.0
7.1
11.6
8.8
3.1
7.3
11.5
11.9
17.2
22.4
12.6
14.0
6.8
6.7
13.2
0
3.2
6.3


(8)
(59)
(41)
(47)
(39)
(7)
(28)
(39)
(67)
(53)
(29)
(17)
(5)
(16)
(32)
(44)
(6)
(22)
(32)
(11)
(46)
(26)
(38)
(58)
(45)
(27)
(25)
(13)
(9)
(23)
(9)
(48)
(50)
(21)
(64)
(57)
(I/1


265
375
119
31
560
524
748
131
44
171
628
566
165
369
211
617
81
2,579
183
2,021
297
2,883
1,943
355
247
377
333
641
541
144
185
151
63
1,128
72
187
1&0o


(29)
(24)
(50)
(67)
(19)
(21)
(12)
(46)
(64)
(39)
(16)
(18)
(40)
(25)
(33)
(17)
(58)
(6)
(38)
(7)
(28)
(5)
(8)
(26)
(30)
(23)
(27)
(15)
(20)
(43)
(37)
(42)
(51)
(11)
(59)
(35)
(L4)


20.52
18.68
38.02
28.58
26.33
33.65
43.08
23.30
26.66
33.15
22.68
27.39
27.65
19.60
19.63
17.15
22.23
23.24
22.28
24.18
27.15
30.41
22.90
25.56
30.83
23.59
23.35
35.35
21.27
26.03
19.25
17.77
28.84
29.29
28.16
19.37
28.67
26.767.


(54)
(63)
(3)
(18)
(28)
(5)
(1)
(42)
(27)
(7)
(46)
(23)
(22)
(59)
(58)
(66)
(49)
(43)
(48)
(36)
(25)
(11)
(45)
(34)
(10)
(39)
(40)
(4)
(51)
(31)
(61)
(65)
(16)
(15)
(19)
(60)
(17)


_I III


51.12
75.71
72.73
57.15
63.07
53.24
58.73
51.88
64.44
73,14
56.22
62.56
52.95
44.22
47.66
51.76
48.15
52.05
45.11
59,10
57.28
59.89
63.82
66.29
65.61
50.40
57.19
55.33
50.45
59.59
58.29
69.74
53.85
58.26
56.34
73.82
72.73
58.77%


I


I


(51)
(3)
(6)
(35)
(18)
(46)
(28)
(49)
(15)
(5)

(19)
(47)
(62)
(56)
(50)
(55)
(48)
(61)
(27)
(33)
(24)
(17)
(12)
(13)
(54)
(34)
(41)
(53)
(25)
(30)
(9)
(44)
(31)
(37)
(4)
(6)


--


IIII


~I


II


" '"' "


I


_


--





62 63 64 65 66
Percent of Transported School Bus Percent of Average Monthly
Regular Full- ADA as a Mileage, Morning School Bus Salary of Bus
time Teachers Percent of Trip Only Drivers Who Drivers of
Counties Who Were Men Total ADA 1962-63 Were Female County-Owned
1962-63 1962-63 1962-63 School Buses
1962-63

Percent Rank Percent Rank Miles Rank Percent Rank Amount Rank


Alachua 21.27% (64) 39.507. (44) 1,918.3 (12) 46.75% (35) $136.50 (51)
Baker 34.21 (7) 52.67 (23) 314.0 (62) 50.00 (33) 145.91 (43)
Bay 27.01 (46) 35.40 (51) 1,052.9 (28) None 191.00 (7)
Bradford 23.36 (58) 51.44 (27) 562.9 (47) 53.85 (30) 127.30 (59)
Brevard 30.11 (28) 48.18 (29) 3,641.3 (6) 79.17 (6) 202.45 (3)


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


30.95
27.06
28.57
27.37
32.97
33.13
24.29
34.41
29.79
30.91
25.17
21.68
28.30
29.51
21.93
35.00
40.63
29.46
32.29
25.00
32.58
29.63
31.28
31.08
33.33


(21)
(45)
(36)
(44)
(11)
(10)
(56)
(6)
(30)
(22)
(52)
(63)
(37)
(32)
(62)
(5)
(1)
(33)
(15)
(54)
(13)
(31)
(18)
(19)
(9)


24.34
54.19
55.26
59.30
56.70
43.64
40.96
11.76
32.83
46.70
23.85
38.36
44.71
27.07
58.75
62.07
37.79
26.88
44.55
53.41
26.89
52.38
35.20
25.18
71.90


(65)
(20)
(19)
(9)
(14)
(38)
(41)
(67)
(55)
(31)
(66)
(45)
(36)
(60)
(10)
(8)
(47)
(62)
(37)
(21)
(61)
(26)
(52)
(64)
(3)


3,448.5
530.9
486.0
709.0
910.3
553.8
1,092.5
5,142.9
282.5
338.5
5,401.7
3,771.6
300.1t
390.0
1,244.6
356.0
171.0
260.0
649.2
665.0
266.0
438.9
666.2
4,850.0
1,078.5


(8)
(50)
(52)
(42)
(35)
(48)
(26)
(2)
(64)
(60)
(1)
(5)
(63)
(57)
(23)
(58)
(67)
(66)
(45)
(44)
(65)
(55)
(43)
(3)
(27)


98.11
26.32
60.00
29.17
67.44
55.56
31.58
98.56
80.00
66.67
76.92
54.95
58.33
12.50
None
8.33
57.14
25.00
18.52
83.33
60.00
26.32
28.57
79.05
2.86


(2)
(50)
(20)
(47)
(14)
(26)
(45)
(1)
(5)
(15)
(8)
(28)
(23)
(56)


(57)
(24)
(52)
(54)
(3)
(20)
(50)
(48)
(7)
(61)


197.80
105.79
164.00
159.16
112.00
165.56
140.29
178.15
151.11
155.39
Contract
213.73
128.64
194.63
135.00
131.67
162.50
162.50
126.00
176.37
165.16
163.33
149.91
186.95
155.94


(4)
(65)
(23)
(28)
(64)
(20)
(47)
(12)
(36)
(32)


(2)
(57)
(6)
(53)
(55)
(26)
(26)
(61)
(14)
(22)
(24)
(38)
(8)
(30)


~


~


l I II


I








Indian River 25.35 (51) 39.85 (43) 877.0 (36) 70.00 (12) 135.17 (52)
Jackson 23.41 (57) 64.38 (5) 1,791.4 (14) 3.13 (60) 119.81 (62)
Jefferson 18.52 (67) 63.08 (6) 798.8 (39) None 146.04 (42)
Lafayette 38.71 (2) 73.31 (2) 529.0 (51) None 144.38 (45)
Lake 30,16 (27) 38.19 (46) 1,322.2 (21) 51.72 (32) 144,81 (44)
Lee 30.77 (24) 36.20 (49) 1,822.0 (13) 65.31 (18) 170.71 (17)
Leon 19.57 (66) 35.87 (50) 1,374.3 (19) 20.75 (53) 137.74 (49)
Levy 31.93 (16) 46.45 (32) 843.0 (37) 75.76 (10) 126.52 (60)
Liberty 28.21 (38) 57.22 (13) 320.8 (61) 36.36 (39) 150.91 (37)
Madison 19.75 (65) 56.18 (17) 1,003.8 (30) None 152.88 (34)
Manatee 29.80 (29) 36.27 (48) 1,190.0 (25) 53.49 (31) 146.74 (41)
Marion 26.35 (50) 45.95 (34) 1,707.0 (15) 66.15 (17) 147.26 (40)
Martin 31.82 (17) 51.41 (28) 590.6 (46) 37.50 (38) 129.04 (56)
Monroe 30.79 (23) 25.81 (63) 951.0 (32) 33.33 (42) 197.78 (5)
Nassau 22.99 (60) 44.81 (35) 799.0 (38) 35.14 (41) 165.30 (21)
Okaloosa 28.09 (39) 57.73 (12) 2,789.0 (10) 54.62 (29) 127.56 (58)
Okeechobee 32.89 (12) 56.01 (18) 339.0 (59) 36.36 (39) 163.00 (25)
SOrange 26.36 (49) 27.63 (59) 3,113.0 (9) 68.03 (13) 172.57 (15)
SOsceola 32.32 (14) 42.99 (39) 470.1 (54) 55.56 (27) 170.44 (18)
Palm Beach 27.38 (43) 30.22 (57) 2,778.0 (11) 61.40 (19) 185.59 (9)
Pasco 36.60 (3) 52.48 (25) 950.5 (33) 66.67 (15) 155.69 (31)
Pinellas 30.99 (20) 29.58 (58) 4,189.0 (4) 31.78 (44) 226.53 (1)
Polk 28.59 (35) 33.92 (53) 3,477.0 (7) 44.27 (36) 159.78 (27)
Putnam 27.39 (42) 40.87 (42) 916.1 (34) 44.19 (37) 141.74 (46)
St. Johns 24.32 (55) 47.50 (30) 978.1 (31) 47.06 (34) 137.21 (50)
St. Lucie 25.07 (53) 33.11 (54) 1,016.8 (29) 76.47 (9) 156.46 (29)
Santa Rosa 30.18 (26) 56.19 (16) 1,401.1 (18) 28.07 (49) 139.47 (48)
Sarasota 36.38 (4) 41.29 (40) 1,235.0 (24) 55.88 (25) 170.88 (16)
Seminole 28.04 (40) 46.09 (33) 1,543.0 (16) 82.61 (4) 148.48 (39)
Sumter 33.85 (8) 52.60 (24) 549.7 (49) 58.62 (22) 114.48 (63)
Suwannee 27.91 (41) 62.73 (7) 1,371.3 (20) 6.52 (59) 152.91 (33)
Taylor 23.19 (59) 53.20 (22) 792.3 (40) 7.41 (58) 179.44 (11)
Union 22.92 (61) 68.83 (4) 435.0 (56) 33.33 (42) Contract
Volusia 30.55 (25) 32.61 (56) 1,499.8 (17) 72.22 (11) 177.37 (13)
Wakulla 26.87 (48) 77.39 (1) 477.5 (53) 30.00 (46) 180.00 (10)
Walton 28.98 (34) 56.37 (15) 1,310.0 (22) 14.58 (55) 135.00 (53)
Washington 26.98 (47) 58.64 (11) 782.3 (41) None 151.15 (35)
TOTAL 29.18% 30.91% 89,826.6 52.547 $162.73

ADA Average Daily Attendance.






67 68 69 70 71
Percent Percent of Total Expenditure Average Average
Participation Lunches for School Lunch Value of Food Labor Cost
in Reimbursed Served Programs Per Lunch Per Lunch
Counties School Lunch Free 1962-63 Served Served
Programs 1962-63 1962-63 1962-63
1962-63

Percent Rank Percent Rank Amount Rank Cents Rank Cents Rank

Alachua 71.9% (15) 7.2% (40) $ 806,587 (12) 28.9 (3) 10.9 (25)
Baker 75.3 (7) 12.5 (14) 73,976 (55) 23.3 (64) 9.1 (44)
Bay 71.7 (16) 15.2 (5) 438,075 (21) 25.3 (48) 9.9 (35)
Bradford 63.4 (49) 7.0 (41) 143,587 (38) 27.9 (12) 10.2 (33)
Brevard 70.1 (22) 2.9 (66) 1,206,713 (9) 26.7 (27) 11.5 (15)


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


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(33)
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(32)
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(34)
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(57)
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(25)
(19)
(2)
(27)
(58)
(43)
(35)
(50)
(22)
(42)
(35)
(41)


3.7
12.4
5.5
16.6
8.3
11.0
8.9
4.6
10.2
15.3
5.1
10.9
7.8
12.9
11.3
9.6
16.8
11.4
15.2
7.5
3.1
10.7
8.1
5.0
25.0


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(31)
(21)
(28)
(57)
(26)
(4)
(54)
(22)
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(13)
(20)
(27)
(2)
(19)
(5)
(38)
(65)
(24)
(34)
(55)
(1)


1,383,257
88,447
124,861
90,248
182.470
169,314
221,685
6,460,762
71,583
65.698
1,804,587
1,145,083
45,376
58,031
238,707
34,088
26,841
67,699
75,644
111,610
63,166
110,796
224,129
2,325,030
103,506


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(51)
(41)
(50)
(33)
(35)
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(1)
(56)
(58)
(6)
(10)
(62)
(60)
(27)
(64)
(67)
(57)
(53)
(44)
(59)
(45)
(28)
(3)
(46)


24.6
24.8
28.0
26.0
27.1
27.4
24.1
24.9
27.3
24.7
23.0
26.5
25.6
26.3
26.7
27.7
29.9
27.8
28.1
26.1
28.5
24.6
26.7
23.1
26.8


(58)
(55)
(11)
(39)
(20)
(16)
(61)
(53)
(17)
(57)
(67)
(30)
(44)
(31)
(27)
(14)
(1)
(13)
(8)
(35)
(5)
(58)
(27)
(65)
(26)


12.9
7.6
12.1
10.1
9.8
9.1,
8.6
11.2
10.4
9.4
10.7
10.5
10.9
7.2
6.9
7.1
11.4
8.3
6.9
8.9
8.5
8.4
12.1
10.8
4.7


(6)
(57)
(9)
(34)
(37)
(44)
(49)
(23)
(31)
(40)
(28)
(29)
(25)
(60)
(62)
(61)
(17)
(53)
(62)
(47)
(50)
(51)
(9)
(27)
(67)


48.9
80.5
71.2
67.7
67.3
67.8
75.4
67.6
50.6
86.9
54.7
56.6
84.1
69.8
71.1
84.8
69.4
56.3
66.5
67.4
62.1
70.1
66.6
67.4
67.0


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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
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Suwannee 59.1 (55) 10.3 (25) 132,757 (40) 26.2 (32) 8.2 (54)
Taylor 67.2 (39) 14.7 (7) 144,726 (37) 25.5 (45) 9.6 (38)
Union 50.0 (64) 7.0 (41) 35,658 (63) 27.1 (20) 11.7 (12)
Volusia 67.3 (37) 5.2 (53) 1,094,832 (11) 25.7 (42) 14.1 (3)
Wakulla 70.0 (24) 12.3 (17) 48.844 (61) 25.1 (50) 8.0 (55)
Walton 61.8 (52) 13.5 (8) 140,667 (39) 27.1 (20) 8.4 (51)
Washington 54.6 (61) 13.3 (9) 92,613 (48) 27.3 (17) 9,4 (40)
TOTAL 66.2% 6.5%, $35,367,044 25.5 11.1


50.8
64.2
59.4
67.2
69.8
73.4
68.3
54.7
71.0
46.6
83.0
74.4
57.0
66.0
68.3
67.9
70.6
66.1
69.3
66.5
74.5
73.1
72.5
64.9
50,0
62.0
75.2
73.6
61.5
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(62)
(48)
(54)
(39)
(25)
(12)
(29)
(59)
(19)
(67)
(4)
(10)
(56)
(46)
(29)
(31)
(21)
(45)
(28)
(43)
(9)
(13)
.(14)
(47)
(64)
(51)
(8)
(11)
(53)
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3.5
7.0
6.0
13.0
10.9
5.7
4.6
11.6
13.3
6.9
4.3
13.0
3.4
4.8
8.2
6.3
8.5
5.6
6.0
8.3
7.5
5.9
5.5
7.7
8.0
4.3
8.9
2.9
4.1
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(63)
(41)
(46)
(11)
(22)
(49)
(57)
(18)
(9)
(44)
(59)
(11)
(64)
(56)
(33)
(45)
(30)
(50)
(46)
S(31)
(38)
(48)
(51)
(37)
(35)
(59)
(28)
(66)
(61)
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146,253
267,140
85,264
29,741
541,211
536,914
712,476
74,476
31,377
101.661
692,802
647,831
117,854
197,601
192,713
567,122
91,719
1,409,225
176,637
1,872,817
297,973
2,389,553
2,115,908
316,376
202.659
311,477
323,800
663,162
479,247
122 400


(36)
(26)
(52)
(66)
(18)
(19)
(13)
(54)
(65)
(47)
(14)
(16)
(43)
(31)
(32)
(17)
(49)
(7)
(34)
(5)
(25)
(2)
(4)
(23)
(30)
(24)
(22)
(15)
(20)
(42)


25.8
26.9
28.5
29.7
25.5
27.0
26.1
28.6
25.7
26.1
26.2
28.4
25.8
23.4
24.6
27.7
28.1
23.1
26.2
27.0
25.2
23.9
28.1
25.4
24.9
25.0
26.1
27.2
24.8
25.1


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(40)
(25)
(5)
(2)
(45)
(23)
(55)
(4)
(42)
(35)
(32)
(7)
(40)
(63)
(58)
(14)
(8)
(65)
(32)
(23)
(49)
(62)
(8)
(47)
(53)
(52)
(35)
(19)
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(50)


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14.7
7.4
6.5
7.8
9.5
11.5
9.4
5.6
6.9
7,3
11.3
9.9
11.4
14.6
11.3
9.0
11.7
10.4
10.5
12,5
8.9
14.1
11.3
11.3
13.6
11.7
11.1
11.9
12.2
9.4


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(56)
(39)
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(59)
(19)
(35)
(17)
(2)
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(46)
(12)
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(3)
(19)
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