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RANKING OF THE COUNTIES, 1965


There seems to have developed some sort of compulsion in educational

and statistical circles to prepare rank order tabulation of all data,

whether such data are meaningful or not. This is followed by the urge to

find medians, means, quartiles, percentiles, and ranges against which data

for a particular region, state, county, and school can be compared. Reaching

or exceeding the average becomes a goal, whether or not the average is ade-

quate. The State Department receives many letters asking how the public

schools of one county compare to the public schools of another county and

how the schools of Florida compare to the schools of other states. Neither

the State Department of Education nor any other agency has been able to

provide a satisfactory answer to such questions.

There is no universally accepted basis for comparing schools of one

county or state to the schools of another county or state in terms of degree

of excellence. No one has been able to provide data summarizing in a

meaningful manner all the complex factors that must be considered in

evaluating a system of public education. There are some reasonably objective

yardsticks by which certain factors may be compared but when various combi-

nations of these factors are made, they often prove contradictory.

It is not the purpose of this report to attempt to compare the degree

of excellence of one county school system to another county school system

either directly or by implication. 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. Even the same school may change from one year to the next with

a change in faculty or administration. Actually it is difficult to find agreement

regarding the excellence of any given school, What one individual considers to

be a desirable feature, another might well regard as a drawback. A teacher judged

superior by one set of standards may be judged only average by another set of

criteria.

It would seem that the results of standardized tests could provide an objec-

tive 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. Also objective type tests do not provide a measure of all desirable

outcomes of education.

Probably the most commonly used basis for comparisons among school districts

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

being that the greater the per pupil expenditure, the better the quality of the

educational program. This assumption does not always hold up under examination.

A sparsely settled county (or state) will have high transportation costs and a

large proportion of small schools resulting in low pupil-teacher ratios. Small

schools in general are more costly to operate than large schools, thus the per

pupil expenditure is greater even for a minimum type program. Certain types of

expenditures such as school board salaries, insurance, and maintenance are not

related directly to the number of pupils.

Despite the use of uniform accounting procedures, differences do exist even

among the counties of a state, regarding the items going into current expenditure.

Certain educational costs may be paid through internal accounts or by individual

pupils in one school district and never show up as a part of current expenditures.






In another district these same expenditures may be made by the Board of

Public Instruction through the county school fund and thus 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 expen-

diture per pupil as a measure of excellence is still more questionable,

Accounting procedures are not the same from state to state. Even the

methods used in counting pupils are not consistent from state to state.

Comparisons should be used with extreme caution and with full recognition

that the individual may be comparing apples with oranges.

The tabulations presented on the following pages are not intended to

measure the degree of excellence of any school system. Rankings are provided

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

anyway. An attempt has been made to draw together statistical data that

may be of some help in understanding, explaining, interpreting, and illus-

trating differences among the county school systems of Florida. For more

detailed explanations, reference should be made to the source of the data

for each table. The source is given in the brief explanation accompanying

each table. Any comparisons should be made with extreme caution and with

the full realization that conclusions drawn may not be wholly valid.



NOTE: Because of the large volume of computations necessary in the prepar-

ation of this report, it is presently planned to up-date it only at

two-year intervals rather than annually, as is the case with most

Research Reports.






Enrollment, Grades 1-12. 1964-65


SOURCE: Principals' Annual Attendance Reports

Enrollment is the total number of different pupils who enter the public
schools of a given county. Enrollment includes those pupils who entered
school in the county: (a) who had not previously, during the school year,
entered any other public school in any state, (b) who had not previously,
during the school year, entered any public school in Florida but who had,
during the year, been entered in a public school in another state, and
(c) who had been entered in a public school in Florida in another county.
Pupils who move from school to school within the same county are counted
only once.

2. Enrollment Increase, Grades 1-12, 1954-55 to 1964-65

SOURCE: Computed from data in Biennial Report. Superintendent of Public
Instruction for specific years

This table shows the growth in the number of pupils enrolled in grades
1-12 for the latest ten year period. A decrease in enrollment between
the 1954-55 school year and the 1964-65 school year is shown by a minus
(-) sign.

3. Percent of Enrollment Increase. Grades 1-12. 1954-55 to 1964-65

SOURCE: Computed from data in Biennial Report, Superintendent of Public
Instruction for specific years

This table shows the percent of increase in pupils enrolled in grades
1-12 between the 1954-55 school year and the 1964-65 school year. In
counties having a decrease in enrollment the percent of decrease is
shown by a minus (-) sign.

4. Percent of Attendance, 1964-65

SOURCE: Principals' Annual Attendance Reports

This table gives the percentage of the pupils in membership who were in
attendance during the school year. This is the ratio between the aggre-
gate days attendance and the aggregate days membership. The aggregate
days attendance is the sum of the days present (actually attended) of all
pupils when school is in session. The aggregate days membership is the
sum of the aggregate days attendance and the aggregate days absence of
all pupils on the roll for the days school is in session. A pupil is on
the roll (in membership) from the date of entry in a school to the date
of withdrawal.

5. High School Enrollment as a Percent of Elementary Enrollment, 1964-65

SOURCE: Computed from Principalso Annual Attendance Reports

This table gives the high school (grades 7-12) enrollment as a percent
of the elementary (grades 1-6) enrollment.









---- -------- 2 3 4 s '
1 2 3 4 5
Enrollment Enrollment Percent of Percent of High School
Grades 1-12 Increase Enrollment Attendance Enrollment
1964-63 Grades 1-12 Increase 1964-65 As a Percent
Counties 1954-55 to adaes 1-12 of Elementary
1964-65 1954-5S to Enrollment
1964-65 1964-65


Number Ranki Numbe Rank Paercent Rank Percen& Rank Percent alnk
Alachua 19,971 (13) 7,532 (16) 59.10% (30) 94.56% (51) 1i.65% (39)
Baker 2,257 (57) 470 (50) 26.30 (48) 94.73 (46) 68.94 (47)
Bay 17,581 (15) 3,336 (20) 43,58 (40) 95.64 ( 3) 78.32 (18)
Bradford 3,858 (42) 365 (47) 17.16 (54) 94.64 (48) 77.46 (20)
praerd p0924 ( 9) 42.16A t 481.32 ( 1) 94.27 (10 69.27 (46)
brovard -- 88,548 ( 4)5,06 (2) 190.47 (3) 64.44 (20) 78.77 (17g
Calhoun 2,102 (58) -161 (64) -7.11 (64) 94.09 (30) 74.58 (29)
Charlotte 2,953 (51) 2,430 (32) 258.81 ( 2) 94.43 (21) 83.99 ( 8)
Citrus 2,803 (53) 1,277 (61) 83.68 (20) 94.88 (40) 81.66 (12)
CAls 6.282 g 3) 2.814 (30) 86.5 (18) 94,59 (50) 64.93 (541
Collier 5,889 3,313 (25) 128.61 9) 94.95 (36) 59.55 (64)
Columbia 6,432 (31) 1,497 (38) 30.33 (45) 94.43 (21) 76.65 (22)
Dade 210,760 1) 98,568 ( 1) 87.86 (17) 94.48 (16) 79.22 (16)
De Soto 2,793 54) 877 (43) 45.77 (38) 93.58 (58) 72.51 (37)
MalA 1,.465 651) 341 (53) 30.34 (44) 94,61 (49) 66.4.8 (53)
Duval 123,702 ) 50,84 () 69.79 (25) 93.67 (7) 73.51 (34)
Eacambia 47,890 (10) 17,576 ( 9) 57.98 (31) 94.92 (38) 76.21 (23)
Flagler 1,386 (62) 427 (51) 44.53 (39) 95.47 ( 5) 60.62 (63)
Franklin 1,743 (59) 317 (54) 23.97 (49) 93.71 (55) 61.24 (62)
Hidden 211.213 (22) 2.592 (31) 30,07 (46) 91.09 (67) 63.22 (59)
GitchriNat 8H (66) -27 (62) -2.97 (62) 9i.85 (54) 82.02 (1l)
Glades 900 (64) 365 (52) 68.22 (26) 94.49 (15) 64.23 (57)
Gulf 3,008 (48) 500 (49) 19.94 (53) 94.93 (37) 68.52 (48)
Hamilton 2,340 (56) -279 (65) -10.65 (66) 92.25 (65) 76.07 (25)
Hardee 3.408 (44) 638 (45) 23.03 (50) 94.54 (53) 66.98 (52)
Hendry 1,959 (50) 1,361 (40) 85.17 (19) 94.28 (25) 63.48 (58)
Hernando 3,209 (46) 1,414 (39) 78.77 (21) 94.01 (34) 70.96 (40)
Highlands 6,082 33) 2,325 (33) 61.88 (28) 94.83 (41) 69.56 (45)
Hillaborough 98,687 3) 39,436 ( 6) 66.56 (27) 94.46 (18) 77.68 (19)
Holmes 3.064 (471 -601 (67) -16.40 (67) 94.99 (35) 92.46 ( 1)
Indian River 1,347 29) 4,057 (24) 123.31 (10) 94.07 (312 67.97 (49)
Jackson 9,288 (26) -385 (66) -3.98 (63) 92.45 (62) 83.45 (9)
Jefferson 2,896 (52) 310 (55) 11.99 (37) 93.30 (59) 71.97 (38)
Lafayette 732 (67) -59 (63) -7.47 (65) 93.29 (60) 85.79 ( 5)
Lake 14.495 (21) 4.610 (42) 46.64 (371 95.47 (5) 69.77 (44)
Lee 15,883 (18i 9,053 (14) 132.55 ( 8) 94.83 (41) 73.34 (35)
Leon 19,718 (14) 7,020 (17) 53.28 (32) 94.55 (52) 75.12 (28)
Levy 3,004 (49) 527 (48) 21.28 (51) 92.38 (63) 76.71 (21)
Liberty 884 (65) 69 (59) 8.47 (98) 93.02 (61) 66.93 (54)
Madison ..,197 (40) 109 (58) 2.67 (529) 91.47 (66) 8067 (14)
Manatee 5,385 (20) 6,574 18) 74.61 (23 96.21 (2) 82.24 (10)
Marion 15,602 (19) 5,290 (21) 51.30 (34) 94.05 (33) 81.40 (13)
Martin 4,975 (36) 2,973 (36) 148.50 ( 6) 95.01 (14) 61.37 (61)
Honroe 10,052 (24) 4,153 (23) 70.40 (24) 95.20 (11) 62.68 (60)
tilMsau 5.447 353 1,61.4 (37)1 42.11 (42 9 -.3 ( 1) 70.22 (421
Okaloosa 20,715 (12) 12,179 (12) 142.68 ( 7) 95.41 ( 7) 57.76 (66)
Okeechobee 2,661 (55) 1,629 (29) 157.85 ( 4) 93.69 (56) 57.46 (67)
Orange 73,375 ( 5) 40,439 ( 5) 122.78 (11) 94.77 (45) 75.65 (27)
Osceola 4,728 (37) 2,316 (34) 96.02 (15) 95.30 ( 9) 74.46 (30)
Palm Beach i8.846 ( 7) 31.563 (81 115.69 (12) 94.81 (44) 73.19 (363
Pasco 8,761 (27) 3,053 (27) 53.49 (33) 94.12 (29) 75.92 (26)
Pinellas 10,842 ( 6) 37,545 ( 7) 112.76 (13) 95.34 ( 8) 89.86 ( 2)
Polk 52,085 ( 8) 17,490 (10) 50.56 (35) 95.60 ( 4) 73.76 (32)
Putnam 9,340 (25) 3,018 (28) 47.74 (36) 94.13 (28) 74.22 (31)
St. Johns 6.942 (30) 2.073 (35) 42.58 (41) 94.09 (31) 73.64 (33)
St. Lucia 11,067 (23) 5,400 (19) 95.29 (16) 94.30 (24) 64.71 (55)
Santa Rosa 8,308 (28) 3,117 (26) 60.05 (29) 94.45 (19) 58.88 (65)
Sarasota 16,690 (17) 8,650 (15) 107.59 (14) 95.06 (12) 88.80 ( 3)
Seminole 17,133 (16) 10,269 (13) 149.61 ( 5) 94.40 (23) 67.22 (51)
iumter 3.684 (43.) 797 (44) 27.61 (47) 94.91 (39) 76.10 (24)
Suwannee 4,416 (39) 35 (61) .80 (61) 94.15 (27) 85.78 ( 6)
Taylor 4,110 (41) 1,079 (42) 35.60 (43) 94.68 (47) 70.47 (41)
Union 1,303 (63) 222 (56) 20.54 (52) 94.47 (17) 70.10 (43)
Voluala 31,279 (11) 13,474 (11) 75.68 (22) 94.83 (41) 85.02 ( 7)
Wakulla 1.537 (60) 17; (A7) 12.85 (6) 92.29 (64) 67.43 (50)
Walton 4,506 (38) 611 (46) 15.69 (55) 95.02 (13) 80.24 (15)
Washinaton .3.342 (45) 53 (60) 1.61 (60) 94.19. (26) 86.33 ( 4)
TOTAL 1,280,675 582,899 83.54%. 94.59% 75.83%








6. Number of High School Graduates. 1965


SOURCE: "Florida High School Graduates, 1965, Research Report-45,"
Division of Research, State Department of Education

This table gives the number of pupils who graduated in the spring and
summer of 1965, as reported by high school principals on accreditation
reports submitted January 1, 1966.

7. Percent of 1965 Graduates Who Entered College in 1965-66

SOURCE: "Florida High School Graduates, 1965, Research Report-45,"
Division of Research, State Department of Education

This table gives the percent of graduates in the spring and summer of
1965 who entered college the following school year, 1965-66, as reported
by high school principals.

8. Percent of 1965 Graduates Who Entered Trade and Vocational Training. 1965-66

SOURCE: "Florida High School Graduates, 1965, Research Report-45,"
Division of Research, State Department of Education

This table gives the percent of graduates in the spring and summer of
1965 who entered technical, trade and other schools the following year,
1965-66.

9. Percent of 1965 Graduates Who Did Not Continue Formal Education in 1965-66

SOURCE: "Florida High School Graduates, 1965, Research Report-45,"
Division of Research, State Department of Education

This table gives the percent of graduates in the spring and summer of
1965 who did not enroll in any type of educational institution at the
beginning of the following school year, 1965-66.

10. Percent Change in ADA, First Two Months 1964-65 to First Two Months 1965-66

SOURCE: State Department of Education records

This table gives the percent of growth in average daily attendance (K-12)
from the end of the first two months of 1964-65 to the end of the first
two months of 1965-66. In counties having a decrease in first two months
ADA the percent of decrease is shown by a minus (-) sign.








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Number of Percent of Percent of Percent of Percent Change
High School 1965 Graduates 1965 Graduates 1965 Graduates in ADA, First
Graduates Who Entered Who Entered Who Did Not Two Months
Counties 1965 College in Trade & Voca- Continue Formal 1964-65 to
1965-66 tional Training Education in First Two
1965-66 1965-66 Months 1965-66


Number Rank Percent Rank Percent Rank Percent Rank Percent Rank


Alachua
Baker
say
Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Soto
Dixae
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buval
Iscambia
Flasler
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades
Oulf
Hamilton
Harder
Hendry
Hernando
Highland
Hilllborough
ialmles
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
L.ake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau -
Ok'aooea
Okeechobee
Orange
Oiceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St8 Johns
St. LucLa
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Summer
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
VolusBi
Wakulla
Walton
Washinaton
TOTAL


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952 (14)
109 (55)
937 (15)
176 (41)
2.282 ( 9)
4,373 (5)
97 (57)
148 (47)
134 (51)

243 (35)
337 (29)
10,631 ( 1)
132 5)
64 (59)1
5,167 ( 2)
1,980 (10)
34 (66)
48 (63)
492 (231
52 (62)
37 (65)
162 (44)
131 (53)
41 (49)
107 (56)
112 (54)
283 (32)
4,810 ( 3)
173 (412)
336 (30)
313 (22)
133 (50)
42 (64)
779 (19)
987 (13)
161 (45)
34 (66)
18 (00)
876 (16)
798 (17)
183 (39)
364 (27)

97 (37)
3,860 (6)
209 (38)
2.546 ( 7)
405 (25)
4,420 ( 4)
2,432 ( 8)
367 (26)
471 (24)
358 (28)
1,024 (12)
674 (20)
154 (46)
233 (36)j
170 (43)
62 (60)
1,523 (11)
61 (All6
233 (36)
142 (48)
62,095


51.79% (21)
32.11 (61)
58.59 ( 5)
42.61 (43)
49.52 (26)
34.93 (11)
41.24 (46)
43.92 (40)
41.79 (45)
48.15 (31)
47.74 (32)
54.60 (14)
57.07 ( 8)
37.12 (54)
40,63 (49)
42.43 (44)
49.29 (27)
73.53 ( I)
35.42 (58)
35.57 (57)
38.46 (52)
27.03 (65)
43.83 (41)
42.74 (42)
45.39 (34)
33.64 (59)
50.00 (25)
36.40 (56)
44.89 (36)
41.14 (48)
2.98 (17)
44.06 (39)
45.19 (35)
23.81 (67)
5.6 (10)
S2.37 (18)
63.02 ( 3)
31.68 (62)
29.41 (64)
48,35 (30)
52.17 (19)
54.01 (16)
31.91 (20)
50.27 (24)
38.11 (511
68.93 ( 2)
29.90 (63)
50.80 (22)
39.23 (51)
61.51 ( 4)
32.84 (60)
58.03 ( 7)
47.08 (33)
48.77 (29)
56.69.-- (.2
48.81 (28)
36.87 (55)
58.20 ( 6)
44.81 (37)
46.16 (38-
41.20 (47)
54.71 (13)
40.32 (50)
54.17 (15)
26.23 (66)
50.64 (23)
54.93 (11)
51.48%


1.79%
2.75
4.48

6,49
5.49
3.09
13.51
5.97
6.30
4.53
4.75
6.30
6.06
6.25
3.47
2.98
3.88
8.33
5.49
1.92
18.92
9.88
1.53
8.51
9.35
13.39
7.42
5.07
5.14
9.52
4.48
1.48
7.14
7.41
1.03
2.74
14.28
2.75
4.37
.50
6.01
4.67
-7,93
5379
6.18
7.20
9.09
3.85
10.37
6.88
6.58
2.18
8.92
3.77
2.51
7.03
9.05
3.01
6.47
5.52
3.28
3.01
4.93
5.43%


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65.14 ( 4)
36.93 (58)
57.39 (10)
43.99 (46)
39.58 (54)
55.67 (18)
42.57 (48)
52.24 (27)
45.55 (43)
47.73 (33)
40.65 (01)
36.63 (59)
56.82 (12)
23.12 (26)
54.10 (19)
47.73 (33)
20.59 (67)
56.25 (14)
98.94 ( 91)
59.62 ( 8)
54.05 (20)
46.29 (40)
55.73 (17)
46.10 (42)
57.01 (11)
36.61 (60)
56.18 (15)
30.04 (30)
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37.50 (56)
51.46 (29)
53.33 (25)
69.05 ( 3)
37.093 (57)
46.60 (36)
34.24 (63)
54.04 (21)
70.59 ( 1)
48.90 (32)
43.26 (47)
45.49 (44)
42.08 (49)
45.06 (45)
53.96 (22)
25.28 (66)
63.92 ( 5)
42.00 (50)
51.68 (28)
34.64 (63)
56.79 (13)
35.09 (61)
46.34 (39)
49.05 (31)
34.39 (64)
47.38 (35)
60.62 ( 6)
34.77 (62)
46.14 (41)
33.89 (23)
53.79 (16)
38.82 (53)
59.68 ( 7)
40.31 (52)
70.49 ( ;)
46.33 (38)
40.14 (53)
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2.70 (26)
4.48 (11)
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12.42 ( 1)
1.53 (42)
1.58 (39)
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3,143 (23)
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1.54 (40)
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1.74 (37)
-3.87 (65)
(52)
5.44 ( 8)
(52)
7.87 ( 4)
3.65 (19)
3.51 (21)
3.98 (13)
3.26 (22)
-54A4 (6)
2.93 (2$)
-1.23 (59)
.78 (58)
-3.29 (63)
2.54 (31)
6.36 (6)
2.65 (29)
1.88 (35)
2.38 (32)
-11.51 (67)
1.09 (44)
3.09 (24)
3.82 (16)
3.69 (18)
1.54 (40)
6,08 ( 7)
7,62 ( 5)
2.65 (29)
.55 (48)
2.67 (27)
2.09 (33)
1.87 (36)
3.93 (15)
4,61 (10)
.1O (51-
1.09 (44)
-.40 (55)
1.68 (38)
3.71 (17)
4.27 (12)
.73 (57)
2.01 (34)
-2.33 (62)
2.66 (28)
,J (50)
-3.33 (64)
.31 (54)
2.69%








11. Average Daily Membership as a Percent of Enrollment. Grades 1-12. 1964-65

SOURCE: Computed from Principals' Annual Attendance Reports

Average daily membership is the average number of pupils on the roll each
day school is in session. A pupil is on the roll (in membership) from
the date of entry in a school to the date of withdrawal. Enrollment is
the total number of different pupils who enter the public schools of a
given county. This table gives the ratio between the average days member-
ship and the total enrollment. It shows the percent of the time the
pupils who enrolled were on the roll.

12. Withdrawals as a Percent of Enrollment. Grades 1-12. 1964-65

SOURCE: Computed from Principals' Annual Attendance Reports

A withdrawal is a pupil who has for the school year, permanently severed
his connection with the public schools of the county. This table gives
the percentage of the pupils in the 1964-65 total enrollment in a given
county who withdrew from the public schools of that county during the
1964-65 school year.

13, First-Time Entries as a Percent of Total Enrollment. Grades 1-12. 1964-65

SOURCE: Computed from Principals' Annual Attendance Reports

A first-time entry is a pupil who enters school in a county who has not
previously, during the school year, entered any public school in any
state. This table gives the percentage of the pupils in the 1964-65
total enrollment in a given county whose original entry in school in
1964-65 was in that county.

14. Transfers from Out-of-State as a Percent of the Total Enrollment. Grades 1-12,
1964-65

SOURCE: Computed from Principals' Annual Attendance Reports

A transfer from out-of-state is a pupil who enters school in a county
and who has been enrolled, during the school year, in a public school
in another state. This table gives the percentage of the pupils in the
1964-65 total enrollment in a given county who entered school in the
county after having been enrolled in a public school in another state
during the 1964-65 school year.

15, Transfers from Other Counties as a Percent of Total Enrollment. Grades 1-12,
1964-65

SOURCE: Computed from Principals' Annual Attendance Reports

A transfer from another county is a pupil who enters school in a county
who has been enrolled during the school year in a public school in another
county in Florida. This table gives the percentage of the pupils in the
1964-65 total enrollment of a given county who entered school in the
county after having been enrolled in a public school in another county
in Florida during the 1964-65 school year.











11 12 13 14 s15

Average Daily Withdrawals as First Time Transfers from Transfers from
Membership as a Percent of Entries as Out-of-State other Counties
a Percent of Enrollment a Percent of as a Percent as a Percent of
Counties Enrollment Grades 1-12 Total Enrollment of Total Total Enrollment
Grades 1-12 1964-65 Grades 1-12 Enrollment Grades 1-12
1964-65 1964-65 Grades 1-12 1964-65
1964-65


Percent Rank Percent Rank Percent Rank Percent Rank Percent Rank


Alachua
Baker
Say
Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Cloy
Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Soto
Dixie
Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadeden
Oilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
lardee
Hendry
Hernando
HIghlands
HIllaborough
Holmes
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette

Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Man tee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nasseu
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucle
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumtert
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla
Walton
Washinaton
'TOTAL


I


92.97% (17)
93.93 ( 6)
90.77 (43)
92.74 (20)
89.97 (49)
92.81 (19)
92.63 (22)
88.22 (56)
90.83 (40)
87.82 (58)
84.28 (67)
91.92 (33)
93.21 (12)
90.30 (45)
89.69 (52)
93.22 (11)
93.12 (13)
87.73 (59)
88.12 (57)
94.01 ( 5)
90.24 (47)
86.78 (63)
91.95 (32)
93.08 (15)
86.85 (62)
85.10 (66)
89.37 (54)
89.94 (50)
92.83 (18)
90.83 (40)
92.65 (21)
94.90 (2)
95.17 ( 1)
93.31 (9)
90.78 (42)
89.74 (51)
94.35 ( 4)
91.98 (31)
93.10 (14)
93.59 ( 8)
92.17 (28)
92.35 (25)
87.56 (60)
85.34 (65)
93.87 ( 7)
89.19 (55)
85.46 (64)
91.58 (34)
90.29 (46)
91.51 (35)
87.50 (61)
93.27 (10)
92.25 (26)
92.15 (29)
91.43 (36)
91.24 (37)
90.91 (39)
92.50 (23)
90.22 (48)
89,55 (53)
92.46 (24)
92.12 (30)
93.02 (16)
90.45 (44)
91.02 (38)
92.23 (27)
94.81 ( 3)
92.13%


12.25% (44)
8.91 (62)
15.97 (22)
10.37 (57)
17.45 (15)
15.95 (23)
9.99 (60)
16.25 (21)
11.20 (49)
16.35 (20)
28.14 ( 1)
12.36 (43)
18.46 (10)
22.27 ( 3)
14.54 (29)
19.50 ( 7)
15.00 (27)
17.39 (16)
19.51 ( 6)
10.24 (58)
11.12 (52)
17.33 (17)
11.20 (49)
10.51 (55)
19,13 ( 8)
21.36 ( 4)
14.49 (30)
14.81 (28)
18.27 (12)
12.50 (41)
11.01 (53)
8.45 (64)
6.80 (66)
5.33 (67)
14.03 (34)
17.21 (18)
10.41 (56)
10.15 (59)
10.52 (54)
11.13 (51)
13.66 (38)
14.04 (33)
17.07 (19)
24.13 ( 2)
9.75 (61)
18.93 ( 9)
21.20 ( 5)
17.55 (14)
15.10 (26)
18.45 (11)
18.23 (13)
13.94 (35)
13.87 (36)
12.77 (40)
13.21 (39)
12.01 (46)
14.44 (31)
13.70 (37)
15.21 (25)
14.17 (32)
11.87 (47)
11.82 (48)
8.83 (63)
15.84 (24)
12.49 (42)
12.25 (44)
7.67 (65)
16.43%


~


94.49% (19)
94.82 (13)
92.84 (35)
93.00 (31)
90.26 (52)
93.08 (30)
94.48 (20)
88.28 (59)
89.23 (57)
88.58 (58)
81.73 (b7)
92.68 (37)
95.38 ( 8)
91.84 (43)
94.54 (17)
95.26 (10)
95.20 (11)
90.98 (50)
89.90 (53)
96.33 ( 4)
92.85 (34)
86.00 (63)
92.32 (40)
95.13 (12)
85.47 (65)
85.06 (66)
91.34 (47)
83.28 (56)
04.10 (22)
93.'4 (26)
93.83 (24)
96.71 (2)
97.41 ( 1)
94.81 (14)
90.99 (49)
89.85 (54)
96.20 ( 5)
93.41 (27)
95.25 (9)
96.64 ( 3)
92.20 (41)
93.38 (28)
87.74 (62)
87.80 (60)
95.54 ( 7)
90.33 (51)
85.83 (64)
92.96 (33)
91.39 (46)
91,06 (48)
87.80 (60)
94.50 (18)
91.58 (44)
92.68 (37)
93.89 (23)
91.87 (42)
92.61 (39)
92.76 (36)
89.84 (55)
91.53 (45)
94.39 (21)
94.65 (16)
93.09 (29)
93.70 (25)
92.97 (32)
94.74 (15)
95.61 ( 6)
93.37%


~


1.67% (51)
.80 (66)
4.75 (18)
1.66 (52)
7.01 ( 7)
4.69 (20)
1.52 (55)
7.21 ( 5)
3.42 (35)
5.21 (14)
12.16 ( 1)
2.91 (42)
3.64 (32)
3.69 (31)
1.30 (59)
3.31 (39)
3.45 (34)
3.17 (41)
4.82 (16)
2,24 (46)
.79 (67)
3.22 (60)
3.32 (38)
1.07 (64)
9.57 ( 2)
5.i0 (15)
3,99 (25)
7.04 ( 6)
3.93 (27)
2.28 (45)
3.12 (30)
1.30 (59)
.86 (65)
1.64 (53)
4.68 (21)
6.86 ( 8)
1.40 (58)
1.10 (63)
1.24 (61)
1.60 (54)
4.11 (19)
3.33 (37)
6.35 (11)
8.62 (3)
2.11 (47)
7.87 ( 4)
3.38 (36)
4.60 (23)
4,34 (24)
6.45 (10)
6.70 ( 9)
3.95 (26)
5.68 (12)
3.55 (38)
2.82 (43)
4.66 (22)
3.79 (28)
4.77 (17)
5.68 (12)
1,98 (49)
1.49 (57)
1.99 (48)
1.23 (62)
3.76 (29)
1.30 (56)
2.42 (44)
1.70 (50)
4.28%


~


~


~


~


~


_~


~


~


3.84% (31)
4.38 (23)
2.41 (54)
5.34 (15)
2.7) (47)
2.23 (57)
4.00 (30)
4.51 (19)
7.35 ( 4)
6.21 ( 7)
6.11 ( 8)
4.41 (22)
.98 (67)
4.47 (21)
4.16 (28)
1.45 (66)
1.35 (66)
5.85 (10)
5.28 (16)
1-43 (65)
6.36 (6)
10.78 ( 2)
4.36 (24)
3.80 (32)
4.96 (17)
9.84 (3)
4.67 (18)
3.68 (34)
1.97 (59)
4.28 (26)
2.45 (52)
1.99 (58)
1.73 (62)
3.55 (37)
4.33 (25)
3.29 (43)
2.40 (55)
5.49 (14)
3.51 (38)
1.76 (61)
3.09 (44)
3.29 (41)
5.91 ( 9)
3.58 (36)
2.35 (56)
1.80 (60)
10.79 ( 1)
2.44 (53)
4.27 (27)
2.49 (50)
5.50 (13)
1.55 (63)
2.74 (46)
3.77 (33)
3.29 (41)
3.47 (39)
3.60 (35)
2.47 (51)
4.48 (20)
6.49 ( 5)
4.12 (29)
3.36 (40)
5.68 (11)
2.54 (49)
5.53 (12)
2.84 (45)
2.69 (48)
2.35%








16, Change in Net Membershin Between First Month and End of School, 1964-65

SOURCE: "Analysis of Membership at the Close of Each Month of School,
1964-65, Research Report-42," Division of Research, State
Department of Education

Column A of this table gives the percent change in membership in grades
1-12 combined, from the end of the first month of school to the close of
school. Columns B, C, and D give the numerical change in grades 1-6, 7-9,
and 10-12 respectively for this same period.

17. Total Instruction Units Earned. K-12 (March Program). 1965-66

SOURCE: State Department of Education records

This table gives the total number of instruction units included in the
Final 1965-66 Minimum Foundation Program, K-12 (March 1966). An
instruction unit is a teacher teaching a group of pupils or a person
rendering some special service such as a principal or librarian. The
instruction unit is the basis for determining most of the cost of the
Minimum Foundation Program.

18. Instructional Positions as a Percent of Instruction Units Earned (March
Program) 1965-66

SOURCE: State Department of Education records

Instructional positions are the number of personnel, reported in terms
of number of positions (rather than number of individuals occupying the
positions during the school year), who render direct and personal
services which is in the nature of teaching or the improvement of the
teaching-learning situation. Instructional personnel are members of the
instructional staff which includes supervisors, principals, teachers,
librarians, and others engaged in an instructional capacity.


-10-











16 17 18

Total Instructional
Instruction Positions as
Change in Net Membership Between Units Earned a Percent of
Counties First Month and End of School, 1964-65 K-12 (March Instruction
Program) 1965-66 Units Earned
(March Program)
Total 1-12 Number Number Number 1965-66
Percent Rank 1-6 7-9 10-12

A p C 0 Number Bank Percent Rank


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Oharlotte
Citrus
Claa----
Coliter
Columbia
Dade
D BSoto

Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsdan
Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton

Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hi lsborough
Holmea
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake -
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Mradiaon
Manatee
narion
Martin
Monroe.

Okatoosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola


-1.33%
- .19
-1,99
- .78
.17 (
.28
-2.09
.66
2.36
.16
-1.55 4
-1.17 4
.20
-4.01
-2.50
-2.24
-3.23
-2.71
.99
-3.66
4.02
.29
-2.53


-2.53
2.22
-1.35
-2.75
.93
-1.61
-2.40
3.10
.99 (
.60
-1.72
- .90
-2.66
-3.76 (
.29
- .64
.26
-2.16 (

4-S
-1e69
4.40
-1.29
-1.33
D 1


41)
:25)
47)
;30)
2z)
:26)
;49)
:29)
5)
221
9)
42)
35)
20)
67)
:53)
:51)
:64)
:58)
34)
65)
2)
17)
:54)
4)

,54)
6)
38)

.33)
:43)
:52)
S3)

:14)
:45)
:32)
:57)
6)
:17)
;28)
19)
:30)

:46)
S1)
36)
:37)
'1 1\


9
36
S6
5
354
704

24
79

-14
43
438
23
16
-614
-199
23
15
45
23
46
20
11


11
136
161
19
31
19
- 23
20
244
210
-112
13
- 9
- 69
214
125
78
- 73
-16
- 58
99
27
20
7A62


- 82
8
-149
4

-162
28
15
15

21
67
-623
7
25
-893
-278
7
11

7
17
4
26


18
20
-428

43
39
29
5
" 14
- 65
- 99

- 9


- 82
-31
- 65



-213
- 32
-2


-213
32
-165
29
-274
-768
13
26
21
26
32
68
-2,113
25
13
-1,385
-531
10
16
88

1
8
19

30
44
36
-972
30
51
85
15
4
-104
61
95
30
S4
-38
-142
-135
36
47

-201
7
-682
45
a


883.75
98.02
718.36
169.10
1.960.36.
3,469.96
107.63
116.01
124.16
2'36.467
223. 28
211,28
271.78
8,334.68
113.11
62.64
4,788.49
1,967.64
59.71
74.00
460.39
45.41
43.64
128.38
107,86


129.45
255.27
3,928.94
137.55
287.30
410.33
127.88
33.33
588.43
620.18
845.96
132.86
43.78
179.23
709.96
649.45
193.01
372.58

800.70
100.54
2,926.66
188.06
2 970 7


(12)
(58)
(15)
(41)
( 9)
( 4)
(56)
(52)
(51)

(3)

(54)
(6
( 2)
(10)
(62)
(60)
(22)
(64)
(66)
(49)
55)

(53)
(48)
(32)
( 3)
(45)
(29)
(24)
(50)
(67)
(2)
(20)
(13)
(47)
(65)
(40)
(16)
(19)
(37)
(26)
(36),
(14)
(57)
( 6)
(39)
( 7\


101.84%
102.02
102,73
98.76
111,00
108.67
96.63
128.44
110.34

121.82
100.08
114.81
106.85
111.75
106.13
105.15
110.53
104.05
104.04
112.31
112.28
107.49
98.28
98.75
104.00
114.33
106.95
98.45
98.15
116.25
96.51
100.09
117.01
114.20
109.00
104.85
103.87
107.35
97.64
101.56
99.78
112.43
108.43
99.42
105.66
97.47
105.10
108.48
S0n no


(44)
(43)
(42)
(57)
(14)
(21)
(66)
( 1)
(18)
(16)
( 3)
(52)
( 7)
(27)
(13)
(28)
(30)
(17)
(34)
(35)

(12)
(23)
(60)


( 8)
(26)
(59)
(61)
( 6)
(67)
(51)
( 5)
( 9)
(19)
(33)
(39)
(24)
(63)
(47)
(54)
(10)
(22)

(29)
(64)
(31)
(20)
I f.


FaPl Plai ll v id UI --L fhI --. L & I LA I.V- tl 1
Pasco .05 (24) 137 43 98 331.10 (28) 103.90 (38)
Pinellas -1.35 (38) 220 -240 -872 2,891.88 ( 5) 122.00 ( 2)
Polk 1.55 ( 8) 1,116 48 -433 2,138.64 ( 8) 100.62 (50)
Putnam .39 (16) 125 15 77 378.97 (25) 100.01 (53)
St. Johns .78 (30) 39 31 57 274.53 (30) 101.63 (45)
St. Lucie .40 (15) 156 44 72 436.56 (23) 100.79 (49)
Santa Rose -2.88 (62) 65 73 82 343.43 (27) 98.13 (62)
Sarasota .62 (27) 128 48 -175 697.88 (17) 110.91 (15)
Seminole .84 (12) 217 1 90 654.49 (18) 98.86 (96)
Sumter 1.13 (10) 82 12 33 152.97 (44) 103.94 (37)
Suwannee -2.53 (54) 47 22 36 192.33 (38) 102.95 (41)
Taylor -2.76 (61) 26 50 30 165.34 (42) 101.61 (46)
Union .08 (23) 16 15 57.91 (63) 107.06 (25)
Volusia -1.48 (40) 25 -138 -301 1,370.43 (11) 105.00 (32)
Wakulla -2.75 (59) 7 20 12 74.36 (59) 103.55 (40)
Walton -3.10 (63) 51 44 36 193.43 (36) 100.81 (48)
Washington -2. 2, (48) 13 30 22 158.59 (43) 97.11 (65)
TOTAL .96% 5,118 -4,678 -11,688 51,516.26 107.97%


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r


~


__


~


~






19. Percent of Instructional Personnel in Rank II (Masters Degree) or Higher (March
Program) 1965-66

SOURCE: State Department of Education records

This table gives the percentage of the instructional positions included
in the Final 1965-66 Minimum Foundation Program filled by personnel
holding Rank II or higher certificates,

20. Percent of Instructional Personnel Below Rank III (March Program). 1965-66

SOURCE: State Department of Education records

This table gives the percentage of the instructional positions included
in the Final 1965-66 Minimum Foundation Program filled by personnel
holding certificates below Rank III (Bachelors Degree).

21. Percent of Instructional Personnel on Continuing Contract Status (March
Program) 1965-66

SOURCE: State Department of Education records

This table gives the percentage of instructional positions included in
the Final 1965-66 Minimum Foundation Program filled by personnel in
continuing contract status. A continuing contract is usually issued a
member of the instructional staff who holds a regular Florida certificate,,
based on at least graduation from a standard four-year college; has com-
pleted three years of probationary service in the same county, which must
be continuous except for leave duly authorized and granted, during five
successive years; has made a score of at least five hundred on the
National Teachers Examination; and who has been reappointed for the
fourth year. Under certain conditions the period of probationary ser-
vice may be extended to four years.

22. Required Local Effort (K-12) as a Percent of Totl Minimum Foundation Program,
Excluding Caiital Outlay (March Program). 1965-66

SOURCE: State Department of Education records

This table gives the percentage of the 1965-66 Total Minimum Foundation
Program (K-12) which was provided by the county required minimum effort.
Total Minimum Foundation Program includes funds for instructional salaries,
transportation, other current expense and recalculation funds, but excludes
capital outlay and debt service funds. Required local effort (grades 1-12)
for all counties collectively is 25% of the total calculated cost of the
Minimum Foundation Program for the previous year; however, this may not
increase more than 5% annually. The amount each county is required to
provide is determined by multiplying the county's Index of Taxpaying
Ability by the amount the counties are required to provide collectively.
Each county with a kindergarten program under the Minimum Foundation Pro-
gram is required to increase its local minimum effort by 5%.

23. Total Full-Time Instructional Positions, K-12. (March Program), 1965-66

SOURCE: State Department of Education records

This table gives the total number of instructional positions including
supervisors, principals, teachers and other instructional staff such as
librarians, guidance and psychological personnel and county-wide instruc-
tional personnel included in the final computation of the 1965-66 MFP.
-12-











19 20 21 22 23

Percent of Percent of Percent of Required Local Total
Instructional Instructional Instructional Effort (K-12) as Full-Time
Personnel in Personnel Below Personnel on a Percent of Instructional
Counties Rank II (Masters Rank III Continuing Foundation Program, Positions, K-12
Degree) or Higher (March Program) Contract Status Excluding Capital (March Program)
(March Program) 1965-66 (March Program) Outlay (March 1965-66
1965-66 1965-66 Program) 1965-66

Percent Rank Percent Rank Percent Rank Percent Rank Number Rank


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Soto
paixie
Duval
Escambia
Flagter
Franklin
Gadsden
GLlchrLst
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
tahke
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Oaceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla
Walton
Washinaton
TOTAL


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--


---


34.01% ( 4)
28.00 (14)
25.75 (26)
29.94 ( 8)
20.82 (51)
31.43 ( 7)
28.85 (12)
38.26 ( 2)
26.28 (23)
18.69 (60)
26.84 (19)
26.11 (24)
29.94 ( 8)
17.89 (62)
24.29 (33)
23.81 (35)
23.59 (36)
15.16 (66)
24.67 (31)
22.54 (41)
17.65 (63)
26.54 (21)
18.84 (59)
11.32 (67)
21.06 (48)
19,17 (57)
24.33 (32)
19,78 (56)
20.71. (52)
22.96 (37)
22.16 (44)
19.96 (5S)
33.39 (. 5)
20.52 (54)
22.62 (40)'
28.11 (13)
38.78 ( 1)
26.09 (25)
29.79 (10)
32.00 ( 6)
23.86 (34)
26.39 (22)
. 27.65 (15)
21.05 (49)
18.42 (61)
15.72 (65)
22.45 (42)
24.68 (29)
21.56 (46)
26.66 (20)
24.71 (28)
29.59 (11)
22.91 (38)
22.44 (43)
27.25 (17)
20.68 (53)
21.36 (47)
34.11 ( 3)
21.95 (45)
22.64 (39)
16.17 (64)
19.06 (58)
27.42 (16)
27.18 (18)
24.68 (29)
21.02 (50)
25.32 (27)
26.03%


1.22. (42)
4.00 (14)
2.71 (27)
1.20 (43)
(59)
.80 (48)
1.92 (36)
(59)
2.19 (32)
4.20 (13))
(59)
2.57 (28)
S (59)
4.88 (10)
11.43 ( 1)
1.12 (46)
1.69 (38)
7.57 ( 2)
1.30 (41)
3.76 (18)
(59)
6.12 ( 6)
1.45 (39)
5.66 (8)
6.76 (4)
2.50 (31)
.67 (51)
2.93 (23)
(59)
.74 (49)
1.20 (43)
2.77 (26)
4.69 (11)
2.56 (29)
1.19 (45)
2.51 (30)
.67 (51)
7.24 ( 3)
(59)
2.86 (24)
1.11 (47)
2.78 (25)
1.84 (37)
1.97 (34)
3.95 (15)
.48 (55)
2.04 (33)
.06 (58)
1.96 (35)
.04 (59)
3.20 (21)
.37 (3b)
.14 (57)
.52 (54)
4.66 (12)
.68 (50)
6.23 ( 5)
S (59)
5.41' ( 9)
3.78 (17)
6.06 ( 7)
3.57 (19)
3.22 (20)
1.32 (40)
3.89 (16)
3.08 (22)
.65 (53)
.96%7


53.557 (42)
59.00 (25)
58.67 (26)
52.09 (44)
37.59 (64)
59.78 (24)
83.66 ( 1)
47.65 (53)
48.91 (50)
41.98 (59)
41.17 (62)
60.66 (22)
67.20 ( 7)
47.97 (52)
57.14 (31)
56.48 (35)
62.25 (15)
46.97 (54)
48.05 (51)
62.00 (17)
41.18 (61)
28.57 (67)
56.52 (34)
57.55 (29)
63.92 (12)
31.66 (65)
52.03 (45)
60.81 (21)
60.52 (23)
76.30 ( 31
54.18 (40)
76.77 ( 2)
66.40 ( 8)
51.29 (46)
64.91 ( 9,)
51.04 (47)
53.78 (41)
52.90 (43)
68.08 ( 6)
62.29 (14)
58.11 (27)
57.41 (30)
43.78 (58)
50.26 (49)
43.85 (57)
43.97 (56)
38.77 (63)
55.01 (39)
44.61 (55)
56.95 (32)
50.58 (48)
62.16 (16)
64.86 (10)
61.75 (18)
60.93 (20)
56.36 (36)
61.73 (19)
57.62 (28)
56.72 (33)
55.34 (38)
64.64 (11)
63.69 (13)
30.65 (66)
55.73 (37)
41.56 (60)
71.28 ( 5)
72.08 ( 4)
58.16%


~


~


18.99% (34)
14.17 (49)
17.13 (41)
11.92 (57)
19.25 (33)
28.07 ( 9)
7.86 (65)
31.23 ( 3)
21.73 (28)
12.28 (56)
21.41 (30)
14.92 (45)
30.60 ( 5)
22.43 (24)
14.56 (48)
23.79 (23)
17.48 (38)
30.08 ( 6)
14.12 (50)
10.53 (62)
17.43 (40)
24.55 (19)
13.00 (51)
11.02 (61)
23.88 (22)
36.71 ( 1)
21.82 (27)
25.41 (15)
24.79 (17)
8.66 (64)
24.70 (18)
12,31 (55)
12.72 (54)
14,66 (47)
29.42 ( 8
26.32 (11)
17.51 (37)
17.46 (39)
11.19 (60)
12.94 (52)
22.00 (25)
20.99 (31)
26.81 (10)
21.88 (26)
18.29 (35)
11.67 (59)
20.33 (32)
25.76 (13)
21.64 (29)
29.60 ( 7)
25.89 (12)
30.29 ( 4)
24.44 (21)
16.60 (43)
25.57 (14)
24.50 (20)
11.86 (58)
32.82 ( 2)
14.70 (46)
17.92 (36)
17.02 (42)
16,34 (44)
12.74 (53)
25.23 (16)
7.48 (67)
10.23 (63)
7.56 (66)
24.237.


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~


I~


I


900 (12)
100 (57)
738 (16)
167 (42)
2.176 ( 8)
3,764 ( 4)
104 (56)
149 (45)
137 (49)
262 (34)
272 (32)
272 (32)
9,569 ( 1)
123 (53)
70 (61)
5,082 ( 2)
2,069 (10)
66 (62)
77 (59)
479 (22)
51 (64)
49 (65)
138 (47)
106 (55)
133 (51)
120 (54)
148 (46)
273 (31)
3,868 ( 3)
135 (50)
334 (29)
396 (25)
128 (52)
39 (67)
672 (19)
676 (18)
887 (13)
138 (47)
47 (66)
175 (40)
721 (17)
648 (20)
217 (36)
404 (24)
228 (35)
846 (14)
98 (58)
3,076 ( 6)
204 (37)
2.757 ( 7)
344 (27)
3,528 ( 5)
2,152 ( 9)
379 (26)
279 (30)
440 (23)
337 (28)
774 (15)
647 (21)
159 (43)
198 (38)
168 (41)
62 (63)
1,439 (11)
77 (59)
195 (39)
154 (44)
55,620


~


~


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~


~







24. Total Number of Full-Time Teachers. K-12, 1964-65


SOURCE: Principals' Annual Report on Attendance

This table gives the total number of full-time teachers (K-12) in 1964-65,
assigned to individual schools. It excludes principals, supervisors,
librarians, guidance and psychological personnel, as well as county-wide
instructional personnel not assigned to a single school.

25. Percent of Regular Full-Time Teachers Who Were Men, 1964-65

SOURCE: Computed from Principals' Annual Report on Attendance

This table gives the percentage of full-time teachers assigned to indi-
vidual schools who were men in 1964-65, Column A gives this percentage
for grades 1-6, Column B for grades 7-9, Column C for grades 10*12 and
Column D for K-12.


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24 25
Total Number
of Pull-Time Percent of Regular Full-Time Teachers* Who Were Men,
Teachers,*
Counties 1964-65
1964-65
A B C D
Grades 1-6 Grades 7-9 Grades 10-12 Grades K-12
Number Rank Percent Rank Percent Rank Percent Rank Percent Rank
Alachua 734 (13) 6.72% (47) 39.26% (56) 43.71% (56) 22.07% (61)
Baker 82 (58) 16.67 ( 4) 60.00 ( 7) 57.89 (16) 34.15 (10)
Bay 608 (16) 10.00 (37) 39.33 (55) 48.55 (49) 25.99 (52)
Bradford 142 (41) 2.63 (64) 33.33 (62) 60.61 (10) 23.24 (60)
Brevard 1.731 (9) 12.20 (19) 48.45 (35) 53.46 (33) 29.58 (32)J
Broward 3,056 ( 4) 14.54 (10) 55.50 (13) 51.47 (38) 32.56 (17)
Calhoun 90 (56) 10.53 (31) 47.62 (41) 38.46 (66) 26.67 (49)
Charlotte 119 (47) 6.56 (52) 60.61 ( 6) 56.00 (22) 31.93 (20)
Citrus 118 (49) 10.34 (34) 65.38 ( 2) 65.52 ( 3) 35.59 ( 5)
Clay -205 (34) 12.15 (20) 63.64 ( 4) 46.51 (52) 33.17 (14)
Collier 206 (33) 15.25 ( 6) 52.08 (27) 70.00 ( 2) 34.47 ( 7)
Columbia 236 (31) 12.40 (18) 33.33 (62) 42.62 (60) 25.00 (56)
Dade 7,604 ( 1) 18.42 ( 3) 47.84 (39) 51.94 (37) 32.65 (16)
De Soto 100 (55) 9.80 (38) 54.17 (18) 60.00 (11) 33.00 (15)
Dixie 59 (61) 12.50 (17) 53.85 (2!) 58.33 (14) 30.51 (27)
Duval 4,152 ( 2) 7.71 (44) 40.64 (53) 42.26 (61) 23.92 (59)
Escambia 1,667 (10) 5.32 (58) 32.84 (64) 47.79 (50) 21,18 (65)
Flagler 56 (62) 6.67 (48) 62.50 ( 5) 56.25 (21) 28.57 (39)
Franklin 67 (60) 11.43 (25) 30.00 (66) 50.00 (43) 26.87 (48)
Gadsden 400 (22) 6.67 (48) 36.49 (58) 43.56 (57) 21.50 (62)
Gilchrist 47 (64) 5.00 (57) 36.36 (59) 50.00 (43) 25.53 (54)
Glades 43 (65) 27.78 ( 1) 70.00 ( 1) 50.00 (43) 41.86 ( 1)
Gulf 115 (50) 8.62 (40) 34.62 (61) 61.29 ( 9) 28.70 (38)
Hamilton 100 (54) (67) 50.00 (33) 54.84 (28) 28.00 (43)
Hardae 1s5 (50) 6.56 (52) 35.71 (60) 53.85 (30) 24.35 (58)
Hendry 104 (53) 15.25 ( 6) 56.52 (12) 59,09 (13) 33.65 (13)
Hernando 124 (45) 12.86 (15) 42.31 (52) 42.86 (59) 25.81 (53)
Highlands 225 (32) 11.81 (22) 54.90 (15) 55.32 (25) 30.67 (26)
Hilisborough 3,272 ( 3) 13.62 (14) 48.37 (36) 49.08 (48) 29.74 (30)
Holmes 124 (45) 14.04 (13) 53.57 (24) 5385 (30) 35.48 ( 6)
Indian River 261 (29) 14.29 (11) 38.10 (57) 52.27 (36) 32.18 (18)
Jackson 345 (25) 6.67 (48) 48.75 (34) 49.41 (47) 26.96 (47)
Jefferson 110 (52) 3.39 (62) 40.00 (54) 43.48 (58) 20.00 (67)
Lafayette 32 (67) 6.67 (48) 57.14 (11) 60.00 (11) 34.38 ( 9)
Lake 556 (20) 10.40 (33) 58.52 ( 9) 55.28 (26) 32.01 (19)
Lee 559 (18) 11.15 (26) 53.96 (20) 50.38 (41) 31.13 (24)
Leon 762 (12) 5.91 (56) 30.94 (65) 40.63 (63) 20.60 (66)
Levy 119 (47) 9.68 (39) 48.15 (38) 73.33 ( 1) 34.45 ( 8)
Liberty 39 (66) 25.00 ( 2) 25.00 (67) 44.44 (54) 28.21 (41)
Hadison 155 (40) 3.61 (61) 45,65 (48) 34.62 (67) 21.29 (64)
Manatee 594 (17) 10.43 (32) 53.33 (25) 58.14 (15) 30.98 (25)
Marion 559 (18) 6.43 (54) 47.26 (43) 49.62 (46) 27.37 (44)
Martin 176 (38) 12.77 (16) 54.35 (17) 63.89 ( 5) 34.09 (11)
Monroe 361 (24) 10.66 (30) 45.16 (49) 61.97 (7) 29.64 (31)
Nasau 194 (35) 11.00 (27) 45.95 (45) 57.89 (16) 31.44 (23)
Okaloosa 699 (14) 7.00 (46) 45.75 (46) 52.74 (35) 25.04 (55)
Okeechobee 88 (57) 14.58 ( 9) 57.89 (10) 57.14 (19) 34.09 (11)
Orange 2,538 ( 6) 8.01 (43) 44.51 (51) 50.34 (42) 27.11 (46)
Osceola 179 (37) 6.38 (55) 52.38 (26) 55.81 (23) 29.05 (36)
Palm Beach 2.093 ( 7) 10.94 (29) 47.52 (42) 54.04 (29) 29.38 (35)1/
Pasco 285 (28) 15.17 ( 8) 54.84 (16) 62.82 ( 6) 36.84 ( 2)
Pinellas 2,762 ( 5) 10.33 (35) 46.79 (44) 54.92 (27) 31.57 (22)
Polk 1,827 ( 8) 11.59 (23) 50.44 (31) 50.76 (39) 29.78 (29)
Putnam 316 (26) 10.12 (36) 48.19 (37) 44.62 (53) 27.22 (45)
St. Johns 240 (30) 11.54 (24) 58.82 ( 8) 44.07 (55) 29.58 (32)v
St. Lucie 378 (23) 8.53 (42) 45.74 (47) 53.42 (34) 26.45 (50)
Santa Rosa 286 (27) 11.88 (21) 54.10 (19) 53.85 (30) 30.42 (28)
Sarasota 636 (15) 14.29 (11) 50.60 (30) 61.88 ( 8) 35.85 ( 4)
Seminole 534 (21) 8.61 (41) 50.38 (32) 57.58 (18) 28.09 (42)
Sumter 141 (42) 15.71 ( 5) 55.17 (14) 57.14 (19) 36.17 ( 3)
Suwannee 175 (39) 2.47 (66) 45.00 (50) 55.56 (24) 28.57 (39)
Taylor 140 (43) 2.53 (65) 51.61 (28) 40.00 (64) 21.43 (63)
Union 50 (63) 4.00 (60) 53.85 (21) 41.67 (62) 26.00 (51)
Volusia 1,153 (11) 10.95 (28) 47.84 (39) 50.36 (40) 29.05 (36)
Wakulla 68 (59) 5.71 (57) 53.85 (21) 40.00 (64) 25.00 (56)
Walton 180 (36) 3.30 (63) 64.58 ( 3) 46.34 (51) 29.44 (34),/
Washinaton 129 (44) 7.14 (45) 51.52 (29) 64.52 (4) 31.78 (21)
TOTAL 45,420 11.60% 47.16% 50.97% 29.11%
* Excludes principals, librarians, guidance, psychological and other, supervisors, county level personnel and teachers not
assigned to individual schools, in order to make comparisons more valid.






26, Percent of Population 14-17 Years of Age Enrolled in School 1950-1960

SOURCE: 1950 U. S. Census, "Florida, General Characteristics" and 1960
U. S. Census, "Florida, General Social and Economic Characteristics"

This includes persons who were attending school at any time between Febru-
ary I and the time of enumeration provided they were enrolled in a "regu-
lar" 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 profes-
sional degree."

27. Percent of Population 25 Years and Older with Less Than 5 Years of Schooling -
1950-1960

SOURCE: 1950 U. S. Census, "Florida, General Characteristics" and 1960
U. S. Census, "Florida, General Social and Economic Characteristics"

These statistics apply to educational attainment in regular schools regard-
less of "skipped" or "repeated" grades rather than the number of full years
which the person had spent in school.

28. Median School Years Completed. Persons 25 Years Old and Over. 1960

SOURCE: 1960 U. S. Census, "Florida, General Social and Economic
Characteristics"

The median number of school years completed is defined as the value
which divides the population group into two equal parts one-half
having completed more schooling and one-half having completed less
schooling than the median.


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Percent of Population 14-17 Percent of Population 25 Years and Median School
Years of Age Enrolled in School Older with Leas Than 5 Years Years Com-
ounties of Schooling pleted, Persons
Counts 25 Years Old
and Over

1950 1960 1950 1960 1960
'Percent Rank Percent Rank Percent Rank Percent Rank Years Rank
13.617.n (32) 1..i.I


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Prevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
CLa
CollTer
Columbia
Dade
De Soto
Dixie
Duval
oscambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
GLlchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
HIlleborough
Holmee .
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
bake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco

Polk
Putnam
St. cohne
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota.
Seminole
8umter
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla
Walton
h. J


TOTAL 82.7%


* Not Reported


8.8,8% (24)
79,5 (46)
83.1 (21)
80.8 (40)
89.5 ( 1)
83.3 (16)
81.7 (34)
84.3 (12)
78.2 (5L)
79.8 (45)
63.8 (67)
79.4 (47)
86.9 ( 5)
83,2 (17)
78.3 (50)
82.8 (24)
83.2 (17)
64.7 (66)
79.3 (48)
65.5 (65)
81.4 (36)
84.4 (11)
88.3 (3)
78.0 (52)
72.7 (61)
74.3 (60)
80.5 (42)
83.2 (17)
83.1 (21)
75,3 (A8)
79.9 (44)
81.0 (39)
76.8 (56)
79.0 (59)
82.6 (27)
84.6 (10)
85.0 ( 9)
81.8 (32)
82.5 (29)
72.2 (63)
83.0 (23)
86.6 ( 7)
80.2 (43)
17,3 (55)
83.5 (13)
77,4 (54)
76,7 (57)
82.8 (24)
83.2 (17)
81.1 (38)
82.2 (30)
88.5 ( 2)
81.8 (32)
80.6 (41)
81.4 36)
72.5 (62)
83.5 (13)
86.8 ( 6)
81.7 (34)
83.4 (15)
18.4 (49)
82.6 (27)
69.4 (64)
86.4 (8)
87.7 (4)
77,6 (53)
82.1 (31)


--


84.8% (46)
84.7 (49)
83.2 (55)
88.4 (25)
87.2 (35)
89.4 (18)
86.6 (38)
84.6 (52)
91.1 ( 8)
80,5 (59)
76.3 (63)
87.7 (29)
88.6 (24)
78.4 (62)
79.,9 (60)
85.4 (43)
89.1 (20)
72.8 (65)
81.3 (57)
84.0 (54)
91.5 ( 6)
*
92.0 (3)
89,7 (16)
75.7 (64)
78.9 (61)
85.9 (42)
90.6 (11)
85.2 (44)
87.8 (28)
85.2 (44)
86.1 (40)
86.7 (37)
91.1 ( 8)
84.8 (46)
82.4 (56)
88.7 (23)
90.6 (11)
80.9 (58)
,89.8 ,(1.5
87.3 (32)
90.8 (10)
87.3 (32)
72.5 (66)
90.0 (14)
86.6 (38)
91.8 ( 4)
87.4 (31)
88.9 (22)
87.2 (35)
89.6 (17)
87.3 (32)
84.8 (46)
86.0 (41)
90.2 (13)
89.2 (19)
84.7 (49)
87,6 (30)
88.0 (27)
9S.3 ( 1
88.3 (26)
84.2 (53)
84.7 (49)
89.0 (21)
91.7 ( 5)
91.3 ( 7)
94.0 ( 2


87.0%


19.00% (35)
32.39 ( 7)
15.28 (45)
24.49 (22)
12.37 (57)
11.54 (59)
25.16 (20)
16.31 (39)
15.90 (41)
13.29 (54)
28.16 (16)
23.88 (25)
8.02 (66)
14.44 (49)
31.12 (11)
12.56 (58)
14.84 (48)
31.75 (10)
32.03 (9)
30.69 (13)
22.29 (27)
27.73 (17)
26.00 (19)
43.12 ( 2)
10.37 (62)
19.59 (32)
16.19 (40)
15.56 (43)
13.22 (55)
31.12 (11)
16.54 (38)
32.80 (8)
44.27 ( 1)
24.58 (21)
15.00 (47)
13.63 (51)
20.56 (30)
29.78 (14)
27.56 (18)
36.27 (3)
12.95 (56)
19.31 (33)
15.75 (42)
8.56 (64)
20,89 (29)
13.97 (50)
20.28 (31)
10.27 (63)
11.52 (60)
13.39 (53)
13.51 (52)
7.29 (67)
15.43 (44)
21.43 (28)
16,7I (37)
1S.08 (46)
19.07 (34)
8.29 (65)
23.47 (26)
18.00 1361
24.35 (23)
34.77 (5)
35.97 (4)
10.49 (61)
33.71 ( 6)
24.20 \(24)
29.05 (15)
13.70%


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13.61% (32)
22.89 (11)
10.16 (47)
15.73 (29)
5.23 (65)
6.04 (63)
22.23 (12)
5.00 (66)
9.74 (49)
11.70 (41)
11.31 (42)
19.23 (20)
7.49 (58)
11.23 (43)
24.01 ( 7)
9.55 (51)
9.63 (50)
22.10 (13)
17.87 (22)
31.05 ( 3)
16.42 (25)
27.56 ( 5)
17.13 (24)
31.14 ( 1)
14.11 (31)
19.12 (21)
13.07 (34)
11.77 (40)
10.26 (46)
21.45 (15)
8.75 (54)
23.55 ( 8)
31.08 ( 2)
17.22 (23)
9.40 (52)
9.78 (48)
12.79 (35)
19.37 (19)
21.53 (14)
30.59 (4'1
7.23 (59)
16.33 (26)
8.16 (56)
7.63 (57)
16.00 (27)
6.52 (61)
13.47 (33)
7.00 (60)
8.29 (35)
9.40 (52)
10.56 (45)
4.55 (67)
12.30 (38)
15.64 (30)
12.54 (36)
12.34 (37)
11.81 (39)
5.87 (64)
10.84 (44)
13.82 (28)
23.20 (10)
25.66 ( 6)
20.92 (17)
6.42 (62)
23.49 ( 9)
19.50 (18)
21.45 (15)
9.19%


II_


11.3 t I)
8.3 (56)
11.1 (11)
8.8 (44)
121 ( 1)
11.9 ( 3)
8.2 (60)
10.8 (16)
9.3 (35)
1.2 (24)
10.7 (19)
8.8 (44)
11.5 ( 7)
9.2 (36)

10.8 (16)
10.7 (19)
8.9 (40)
8.6 (47)
7.5 (67)
8.6 (47)
7.8 (65)
9.6 (30)
7.7 (66)
8.8 (44)
8.9 (40)
8.9 (40)
9.5 (32)
10.1 (27)
8.0 (63)
10.9 (14)
8.5 (50)
8.1 (62)
8.4 (53)
10.3 (23)
10.8 (16)
11.9 ( 3)
8.5 (50)
8.5 (50)
8.0 (63)
10.2 (24)
9.5 (32)
10.6 (21)
10.9 (14)
9.0 (38)
12.1 ( 1)
9.2 (36)
11.8 ( 5)
9.6 (30)

8.9 (40)
11.1 (11)
9.7 (29)
9.4 (34)
10.- (22)
10.0 (28)
10.2 (24)
11.6 ( 6)
11.0 (13)
9.0 (38)
8.3 (56)
8.4 (53)
8.3 (56)
11.5 (7)
8.2 (60)
8.6 (47)
8.4 (53)
10.9







29. Percent of Native Population Born in Florida, 1960


SOURCE: 1960 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.

30. Percent of Population 65 Years of Age and Older. 1960

SOURCE: 1960 U. S. Census, "Florida, General Social and Economic
Characteristics"

The age classification is based on the age of the person in completed
years as of April 1, 1960

31. Percent of Population 5 Years Old and Older Who Moved Into County Between
1955 and 1960

SOURCE: 1960 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.

32. Percent of Workers Whose Place of Employment Was in the County in Which They
Lived, 1960

SOURCE: Computed -from 1960 iU. $. 'Census, "Florida, General Sodial, 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.

33. Percent of Employed Persons in White-Collar Occupations. 1960

SOURCE: 1960 U, S. Census, "Florida, General Social and Economic
Characteristics"

This includes persons employed in professional, managerial, clerical,
and sales occupations.


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29 30 31 32 33

Percent of Percent of Percent of Percent of Percent of
Native Population Population Workers Whose Employed
Population 65 Years of 5 Years Old Place of Employ- Persons in
Counties Born in Age and Older and Older who ment was in the White-Collar
Florida, 1960 1960 Moved Into County in Which Occupations
County Between They Lived, 1960 1960
1955 and 1960


Percent Rank Percent Rank Percent Rank Percent Rank Percent Rank
6 93i- RM I- 7N 45 8%. ( 7)


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevar -
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
( Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia
Dade.
De Soto
Dixie
Duval
Eacambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton


Hetnando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmae
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
WashinLton
TOTAL


59.29% (30)
78.32 ( 8)
46.18 (41)
70.02 (17)
24.87 (64)
22.81 (65)
77.24 ( 9)
25.46 (63)
52.85 (35)
44, 8 (46)
38.02 (50)
74.24 (13)
28.27 (u2)
49.09 (37)

46.03 (42)
47.35 (39)
48.64 (38)
66.72 (21)
69.05 (19)
81.04 ( 3)
64,51 (25)
65.77 (23)
75.08 (12)
54.67 .32)
54,02 (33)
46.81 (40)
44.71 (45)
45.03 (43)
73.25 (14)
37,87 (51)
72.17 (15)
80.54 ( 5)
85,23 (1)
40.93 (47)
36,87 (52)
59.73 (28)
76.10 (11)
80.21 ( 6)
81,91 (2)
32.42 (59)
59.03 (31)
32.56 (58)
36.11 (53)
60.97 (26)
33.24 (56)
59.67 (29)
29.18 (61)
33.71 (55)
29.73 (60)
34.33 (54)
21.05 (67)
44,90 (44)
59.83 (27)
53.07 (34)
40.90 (48)
49.37 (36)
22.74 (66)
39.17 (49)
69.05 (19)
79.60 ( 7)
69.08 (18)
64.76 (24)
32.82 (57)
80.73 ( 4)
65.93 (22)
76.13 (10)
38.09%


-I


6.3% (533)
6,8 (53)
5.1 (65)
8.4 (48)
5..7 L60)
11.4 (22)
9.0 (43)
20.8 (4)
17.0 (8)
9.3 (41)
8.2 (49)
8.7 (45)
10.0 (34)
14.8 (12)1
_8.0 (50)
6.2 (56)
5.2 (63)
9s7 (36)
13.4 (15)
9.4 (39)
10.1 (33)
6.1 (57)
5.1 (65)
10.2 (31)
10,3 .(30)_
5.8 (59)
14.1 (13)
15.1 (11)
9.8 (35)
12.0 (19)
13.9 (14)
8.6 (46)
10,8 (25)
11.7 (20)
16.0 (9)
12.7 (16)
5.2 (63)
12.3 (18)
9.0 (43)
9.5 (37)
22.0 ( 3)
10.6 (28)
15.7 (10)
5.6 (61)
6.0 (58)
3.2 (67)
6.4 (54)
9.4 (39)
22.8 ( 2)
12.7 (16)
20.0 (5)
24.9 (1)
10.2 (31)
9.5 (37)
11.3 (23)
10.4 (29)
5.5 (62)
18.4 ( 7)
8.6 (46)
11.5 21)
10.7 (26)
8.0 (50)
6.9 (52)
19.7 ( 6)
9.1 (42)
10.7 (26)
11.0 (24)
11.2%


18.1 (58)
33.1 (28)
25.1 (42)
619 ..(2)
49.1 ( 4)
10.7 (66)
62.9 ( 1)
39.7 (17)
41.8 (13)
42.9 (10)
21.1 (49)
25.8 (39)
23.4 (45)

23.7 (44)
27.3 (34)
31.4 (31)
26.8 (36)
14.4 (62)
21.1 (49)
30.0 (32)
25.9 (38)
12.0 (65)
_.2.,5,7 (40)
29.6 (33)
39.1 (19)
33.7 (25)
26.9 (35)
12 (63)
38.6 (20)
19.0 (55)
10.4 (67)
20.6 (53)
_ 32._3 (29)
42.1 (12)
32.4 (30)
21.0 (51)
16.9 (61)
1,2..5 (63)
37.8 (22)
24.5 (43)
43.5 (8)
47.9 ( 5)
_20.7 (.2.)L
49.7 (3)
43.1 (9)
41.5 (15)
39.2 (18)
35.6 (24).
37.9 (21)
41.7 (14)
26.5 (37)
21.4 (48)
22.0 (47)
33.2 (27)
41.5 (15)
45.3 (6)
45.3 (6)
20.2 (54)
17.3 (59)
19.0 (55)
42.2 (11)
35.7 (23)
22.3 (46)
17.1 (60)
19.0 (55)
32.9%


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77.85 (54)
94.79 ( 3)
68.23 (65)

82.67 (46)
78.85 (53)
88.52 (28)
86.66 (36)
69.22 (62)
94.16 ( 5)
91.55 (15)
90.12 (22)
82.40 (48)
_2.a98 (44)
92.11 (11)
93.53 ( 8)
80.19 (51)
90,41 (21)
_9.21 (16)
72.14 (60)
86.16 (37)
90.99 (18)
87.12 (33)

84.29 (41)
85.54 (38)
87.80 (32)
89.07 (25)
_ 0.45 (6n1)
90.56 (20)
86.69 (35)
83.55 (43)
81.31 (50)
88.18 (30)
91.93 (13)
94.59 ( 4)
84.24 (42)
72.80 (59)
S88.71 (279)
82.73 (45)
90.79 (19)
88.17 (31)
92.46 (10)
85.04 (40)
95.27 ( 1)
88.48 (29)
92.03 (12)
77.16 (55)
_9 .66 __L 9)
74.99 (57)
89.53 (23)
91.63 (14)
91.05 (17)
82.59 (47)
85.06 (39)
74.09 (58)
86.70 (34)
67.86 (66)
79.70 (52)
88.74 (26)
94.89 ( 2)
68.47 (63)
89.30 (24)
68.36 (64)
65.79 (67)
76.16 (56)


----


89.377.


42.5%


27.5 (59)
43.6 (12)
31.9 (39)
50.4 ( 2)
44.7 (10)
31.5 (41)
40.8 (15)
37.6 (23)
36.1 (28)-
35.2 (33)
33.6 (36)
46.3 ( 6)
29.7 (49)
35.4 (31)
45.4 ( 8)
40.1 (18)
26.9 (60)
27.7 (57)
22.5 (66)
26.8 (61)
18,9 (67)
35.9 (29)
22.8 (65)
28.9 (54)
30.2 (47)
30.6 (44)
34.2 (35)
39.9 (19)
24.3 (6)
37.1 (25)
30.9 (43)
23.6 (64)
28.2 (55)
35.8 (30)
41.0 (14)
53.3 ( 1)
30.5 (46)
36.3 (27)
24,6 (62)
39.6 (20)
36.5 (26)
38.3 (22)
43.0 (13)
30.0 (48)
48.5 ( 3)
31.5 (41)
45.4 ( 8)
32.9 (37)

29.7 (49)
48.1 ( 4)
34.9 (34)
31.9 (39)
40.5 (16)
32.4 (38)
37.5 (24)
47.3 ( 5)
40.2 (17)
29.4 (52)
28.0 (56)
27.6 (58)
29.5 (51)
44.4 (11)
29.2 (53)
30.6 (44)
q 4 (I1M


.42,57.


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34. Live Births by Place of Residence. 1964


SOURCE: "Florida Vital Statistics 1964," Supplement No. I, Annual Report,
Florida State Board of Health

The Florida Bureau of Vital Statistics tabulates births according to both
usual place of residence and by place of occurrence, A system of inter-
state exchange of transcripts of birth records enables the Bureau to
include in resident tabulations the births occurring to Florida residents
in other states. This table gives the number of live births according
to usual residence. Column A gives the total number of births, Column
B the white, and Column C the non-white.

35. Resident Births Per 1.000 Population. 1964

SOURCE: "Florida Vital Statistics 1964," Supplement No. 1, Annual Report,
Florida State Board of Health

This table gives the birth rate per 1,000 resident population, In
counties with large institutional population segments rates per 1,000
were re-computed to exclude the institutional population from the
resident population base.


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34 35

Live Births by Place Resident Births Per
of Residence, 1964 1,000 Population, 1964*
Counties

A B C
A B C Total White Non-White
Number Rank White Non-White Number Rank Number Rank Number Rank
Alachua 2,130 (13) 1,507 643 28.4 ( 8) 27.4 ( 5) 31.4 (30)
Baker 180 (56) 117 63 22.8 (24) 19.2 (30) 35.0 (15)
Bay 1,773 (15) 1,459 314 26.0 (11) 25.2 ( 6) 30.5 (34)
Bradford 247 (47) 186 61 19.1 (48) 18.8 (31) 20.3 (66)
revsrd 4.473 (9) 3.821 652 26.1 (10) 24.8 ( 7) 38.1 (10)
Brovard 7,331 ( 4) 4,924 2,407 18.0 (52) 14.6 (58) 35.2 (13)
Calhoun 146 (59) 99 47 19.5 (46) 15.7 (49) 39.2 ( 8)
Charlotte 228 (49) 205 23 11.9 (67) 11.1 (66) 28.8 (47)
Citrus 200 (54) 144 56 17.7 (55) 14.8 (56) 35.0 (15)
Clay 567 (32) 478 89 29.4 (3) 28.6 (3) 34.2 (21)
Collier 526 (34) 393 133 23.2 (21) 19.8 (27) 45.9 (2)
Columbia 578 (31) 364 214 25.2 (13) 23.0 (10) 30.1 (35)
Dade 18,674 ( 1) 13,602 5,072 17.1 (60) 14.7 (57) 29.7 (41)
De Soto 215 (51) 142 73 18.7 (50) 16.3 (43) 26.1 (56)
Dixie 118 (62) 88 30 24.,6 (16) 21.5 (20) 42.9 ( 4)
Duval 11,956 ( 2) 8,646 3,310 23.4 (20) 22.0 (14) 28.3 (49)
Escambia 4,847 ( 8) 3,525 1,322 25.4 (12) 23.4 ( 9) 32,4 (24)
Flagler 113 (63) 49 64 21.3 (33) 13.2 (62) 40.0 (6)
Franklin 183 (55) 125 58 25.1 (14) 21.6 (18) 38.7 (9)
adsoden 1.098 (23) 257 841 28.7 ( 6) 18.5 (32) 34.6 (18)
Oilchrist 60 (66) 48 12 18.8 (49) 17.1 (37) 30.0 (37)
Glades 66 (64) 39 27 20.0 (41) 20.5 (25) 19.3 (67)
Gulf 214 (52) 158 56 22.5 (27) 21.6 (18) 25.5 (58)
Hamilton 166 (57) 73 93 21.0 (36) 17.0 (38) 25.8 (57)
Harder 289 (43) 257 32 22.1 (28) 21.8 (17) 24.6 (61)
Hendry 320 (39) 177 143 29.1 ( 4) 22.1 (13) 47.7 (1)
Hernando 292 (42) 215 77 23.5 (19) 22.2 (12) 28.5 (48)
Highlands 540 (33) 336 204 22.0 (30) 17.3 (36) 40.0 ( 6)
Hillsborough 9,133 (3) 7,304 1,829 21.1 (35) 19.7 (28) 29.6 (42)
Holmes 166 (57) 151 15 14.8 (63) 14.1 (59) 30.0 (37)
Indian River 678 (29) 449 229 21.7 (31) 18.3 (34) 34.7 (17)
Jackson 642 (27) 394 248 17.4 (57) 15.4 (51) 21.8 (65)
Jefferson 229 (48) 55 174 23.6 (18) 14.1 (59) 30.0 (37)
Lafayette 36 (67) 24 12 12.0 (66) 9.2 (67) 30.0 (37)
Lake 1.216 (21) 824 392 19.6 (45) 16.5 (42) 31.9 (25)
Lee 1,344 (18) 974 370 19.7 (43) 16.9 (40) 35.2 (13)
Leon 1,789 (14) 1,143 646 28.7 ( 6) 18.5 (32) 34.6 (18)
Levy 208 (53) 112 96 17.9 (53) 14.0 (61) 26.7 .(54)
Liberty 65 (65) 50 15 23.2 (21) 20.8 (23) 37.5 (11)
Madison 306 (40) 129 177 20.8 (37) 17.0 (38) 24.9 (60)
Manatee 1,167 (22) 843 324 15.0 (62) 12.7 (63) 27.9 (51)
Marion 1,287 (19) 718 569 21.2 (34) 17.5 (35) 29.2 (44)
Martin 432 (35) 293 139 19.3 (47) 16.0 (46) 33.9 (22)
Monroe 1,408 (17) 1,265 143 24.7 (15) 24.8 ( 7) 24.2 (62)
Nassau 412 (36) 302 110 217 (31) 20.7 (24) 25.0 (59)
Okaloosa 2,191 (12) 1,964 227 29.7 ( 2) 28.7 ( 2) 43.7 ( 3)
Okeechobee 284 (44) 234 50 30.0 ( 1) 32.5 ( 1) 35.7 (12)
Orange 6,609 ( 5) 5,185 1,424 22.1 (28) 20.4 (26) 31.6 (27)
Osceola 368 (37) 292 76 17.4 (57) 15.4 (51) 34.5 (20)
Palm Beach 5.390 ( 7) 3.479 1.911 19.7 (43) 16.3 (43) 31.6 (27)
Pasco 620 (30) 520 100 15.7 (61) 14.9 (55) 22.2 (64)
Pinellas 5,760 ( 6) 4,554 1,206 13.7 (64) 12.0 (65) 31.1 (31)
Polk 4,320 (10) 3,225 1,095 20.2 (39) 18.6 (32) 27.3 (52)
Putnam 745 (26) 466 279 22.9 (23) 21.0 (22) 27.1 (53)
St. Johnb 642 (27) 410 232 19.9 (42) 16.9 (40) 29.0 (45)
St. Lucia 934 (25) 483 451 20.8 (37) 16.1 (45) 30.1 (35)
Santa Rosa 960 (24) 884 76 28.8 ( 5) 28.6 ( 3) 31.7 (26)
Sarasota 1,271 (20) 1,041 230 13.7 (64) 12.4 (64) 26.4 (55)
Seminole 1,526 (16) 1,112 414 22.7 (25) 21.1 (21) 29.0 (45)
Sumter 281 (45) 163 118 20.1 (40) 16.0 (46) 31.1 (31)
Suwannee 305 (41) 196 109 17.8 (54) 15.8 (48) 23.2 (63)
Taylor 332 (38) 234 98 24.1 (17) 21.9 (16) 31.6 (27)
Union 122 (60) 80 42 27.1 ( 9) 22,9 (11) 42.0 ( 5)
Volusia 2,621 (11) 1,953 668 17.5 (56) 15.5 (50) 28.3 (49)
Wakulla 122 (60) 76 46 22.6 (26) 19.5 (29) 30.7 (33)
Walton 274 (46) 209 65 17.2 (59) 15.3 (53) 29.5 (43)
Washlnaton 221 (50) 143 78 18.6 (51) 15.1 (54) 32.5 (23)
TOTAL 113,966 83,367 30,599 20.1 17.9 30.5
* Excludes institutional population







36, Provisional Mid-Year Population Estimate, 1965

SOURCE: "Provisional Estimates of the Population of Florida Counties for
July 1, 1965 and Revisions for July 1, 1964," Bulletin No. 14,
Bureau of Economic and Business Research, University of Florida.

37. Estimated Percent of Population Change From April 1. 1960 to July 1. 1965

SOURCE: "Provisional Estimates of the Population of Florida Counties for
July 1, 1965 and Revisions for July 1, 1964," Bulletin No. 14,
Bureau of Economic and Business Research, University of Florida

38. Percent of Estimated Population Classified as Non-White, 1964

SOURCE: Computed from data in "Florida Vital Statistics 1964," Supple-
ment No. 1, Annual Report, Florida State Board of Health

This table gives the percent of the Provisional Midyear Population
Estimate for 1964 classified as Non-White. Resident population base
includes institutional population.

39.- Land Area (Square Miles)

SOURCE: "Population of Florida," Florida Development Commission.

40. Average Population 1964 Per Square Mile

SOURCE: "Population of Florida," Florida Development Commission

This table gives the estimated density of population, 1964.


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36

Provisional
Mid-Year
Population
Estimate*
1965


37 38 39 40

Estimated Percent of Average
Percent of Estimated Land Area Population
Population Population (Square 1964 Per
Change from Classified as Miles) Square
April 1960 to Non-white* Mile
July 1, 1965 1964


Percent Rank Percent Rank Numbe Rank Number Rank
19.2X (21) 23.35% (20) 892 (22) 98.4 (16)
8.1 (48) 22.79 (25) 585 (48) 13.5 (53)
1.9 (62) 15.12 (45) 753 (29) 90.4 (17)
3.2 (58) 23.26 (21) 293 (65) 44.0 (27)
72.5 (1) 9.98 (60) 1.031 (15) 166.2 (10)_


Number Rank
Alachua 88,300 (13)
Baker 8,000 (56)
Bay 68,400 (19)
Bradford 12,800 (47)
Brevard 192.200 (to)
Broward 423,800 ( 5)
Calhoun 7,700 (58)
Charlotte 19,700 (37)
Citrus 11,800 (49)
Clay 20.700 (36)
Collier 25,200 (31)
Columbia 23,400 (33)
Dade 1,089,200 ( 1)
Do Soto 13,600 (44)
Dixie 4,900 (63)
Duval 511,500 ( 2)
Escambia 192,400 (9)
Flagler 5,700 (61)
Franklin 7,500 (59)
Gadsden 44.00 (24)
Gilchrist 3,200 (65)
Glades 3,600 (64)
Gulf 9,500 (54)
Hamilton 8,000 (56)
Hardee 13,400 (45)
Hendry 11,300 (52)
Harnando 12,900 (46)
Highlands 25,000 (32)
Hillsborough 441,900 ( 3)
Holmes 11.400 (51)
Indian River 31,800 (30)
Jackson 36,400 (26)
Jefferson 9,700 (53)
Lafayette 2,900 (66)
Lake 62.600 (20)
Lee 71,800 (17)
Leon 83,000 (14)
Levy 11,500 (50)
Liberty 2,900 (66)
Madison 14.600 (41)
Manatee 78,100 (16)
Marion 6;,200 (21)
Martin 22,900 (34)
Monroe 59,500 (22)
Nssau 19.3o00 (38)
Okaloosa 78,500 (15)
Okeechobee 9,000 (55)
Orange 302,200 ( 6)
Osceola 21,300 (35)
Palm Beach 279.900 ( 7)
Pasco 40,800 (25)
Pinellas 425,500 (4)
Polk 214,300 ( 8)
Putnam 32,800 (28)
St. Johns 32.700 (29)
St. Lucie 46,700 (23)
Santa Rosa 35,800 (27)
Sarasota 92,800 (12)
Seminole 69,800 (18)
Sumter 13.900 (42)
Suwannee 17,000 (39)
Taylor 13,700 (43)
Union 6,500 (60)
Volusia 157,900 (11)
Wakulla 5.700 (61)
Walton 16,000 (40)
Washington 12.000 (48)
TOTAL 5,805,000
Includes institutional population


26.9 (10)
4.1 (55)
6.3 ( 3)
26.9 (10)
6.2 (52)
59.5 ( 2)
16.4 (26)
16.5 (25)
16.2 (27)
8.9 (46)
12.3 (34)
10.7 (40)
23.9 (15)
13.6 (30)
4.8 (t4)*
10.3 (42)
20.0 (20)
-4.0 (66)
3.9 (56)
811 (48)
39.5 ( 5)
15.2 (28)
17.4 (23)
11.1 (38)
5,6 (53)
25.7 (13)
0.6 (64)
2.1 (61)
0 (65)
9.1 (44)
31.7 (7)
11.9 (37)
10.6 (41)
6.5 (67)
2.8 (59)
12.9 (33)
20.5 (19)
35.5 ( 6)
24.2 (14)
12.2 (35)'
28.3 '( 8)
40.6 ( 4)
14.7 (29)
12.1 (36)
22.7 (16)
10.9 (39)
13.6 (30)
9.8 (43)
1.9 (62)
9.0 (45)
18.8 (22)
21.4 (17)
20.7 (18)
27.1 ( 9)
16.8 (24)
13.3 (32)
3.8 (57)
8.3 (47)
26.0 (12)
7.5 (50)
2.6 (60)
7.1 (51)
17.21


16.00 (41)
4.17 (67)
14.16 (51)
13.47 (53)
12.78 (55)
31.00 (11)
15.59 (43)
21.05 (32)
14.58 (48)
22.92 (24)
21.34 (29)
30.19 (13)
20.55 (34)
60.32 ( )
12.50 (56)
42.42 ( 5)
23.16 (22)
45.57 (4)
9.92 (61)
27.27 (17)
21.77 (28)
20.82 (33)
14.27 (50)
4.46 (660 /
21.15 (31)
30.81 (12)
59.79 ( 2)
13.33 (54)
19.81 < (36)
15.37 (44)
31.72 ( 8)
31.03 (10)
14.29 (49)
48.30 ( 3)
14.91 (47)
32.18 ( 7)
18.30 (38)
10.37 (59)
23.16 (22)
7.06 (65)
16.28 (40)
15.04 (46)
10.43 (58)
22.03 (27)
11.39 (57)
9.25 (63)
18.75 (37)
31.69 ( 9)
24.84 (19)
33.33 ( 6)
7.21 (64)
9.38 (62)
21.31 (30)
27.14 (18)
27.49 (16)
22.46 (26)
28.13 (14)
15.75 (42)
27.78 (15)
13.84 (52)
2n 17 (35)


557 (52)
705 (33)
570 (49)
598 (44)
2,032 ( 2)
786 (25)
2,054 ( I)
718 (32)

777 (28)
657 (39)
483 (61)
544 (54)
508 (59)
339 (63)
746 (31)
557 (52)
514 (57)
630 (41)
1,187 ( 8)
488 (60)
1,041 (12)
1,040 (13)
483 (61)
512 (58)
932 (20)
598 (44)
543 (55)
996 (17)
786 (25)
685 (37)
1,103 (10)
838 (23)
702 (34)
688 (35)
1,617 ( 5)
559 (51)
994 (18)
650 (40)
944 (19)
780 (27)
916 (21)
1,325 (6)
1.978 (3)
751 (30)
264 (66)
1,861 ( 4)
803 (24)
609 (43)
588 (47)
1,024 (16)
529 (56)
321 (64)
561 (50)
677 (38)
1,032 (14)
240 (67)
1,115 ( 9)
614 (42)
1,046 (11)
597 (46)
54,252


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13.5 (53)
27.2 (36)
19.8 (46)
32.3 (33)
11.2 (57)
29.1 (35)
533.1 ( 3)
18.5 (47)
7.0 (64)
657.4 ( 2)
291.0 ( 7)
11.0 (58)
13.4 (55)
86.8 (19)
9.4 (61)
4.4 (66)
17.1 (48)
15.4 (51)
20,8 (44)
9.3 (62)
25.4 (39)
23.5 (38)
416.4 ( 4)
23.2 (42)
60.9 (23)
39.7 (30)
16.2 (49)
5.5 (65)
62.3 (22)
86.9 (18)
120.6 (13)
10.5 (60)
3.3 (67)
20.9 (43)
113.1 (15)
37.5 (31)
40.1 (29)
57.2 (24)
29.2 (34)
78.1 (20)
11.0 (58)
326.6 ( 6)
15.9 (50)
138.6 (11)
52.6 (26)
1,589.0 ( 1)
114.9 (13)
40.5 (28)
52.9 (25)
76.5 (21)
32.5 (32)
175.4 (9)
209.0 (8)
25.0 (41)
25.3 (40)
13.4 (55)
26.7 (37)
134.3 (12)
8.8 (63)
15.2 (52)
19.9 (45)
105.2


17.71%







41. Non-Exempt Assessed Valuation (in thousands). 1965


SOURCE: Analysis by County of Florida's 1965 Tax Assessment Rolls,
State Comptroller.

This table gives the total assessed value (in thousands) of all non-
exempt property. This includes the assessed value of non-exempt real
estate, the assessed value of personal property and the assessed value
of railroad and telegraph property. This is the valuation on which
school taxes are levied. It does not include the value of homesteads,
which are exempt,

42. Increase in Non-Exempt Assessed Valuation (in thousands) from 1955 to 1965

SOURCE: Computed from data in State Comptroller's, Analysis by
County of Florida's Tax Assessment Rolls.

This table gives the amount (in thousands) of increase in non-exempt
property assessed valuation over the ten year period.

43. Percent Increase in Non-Exempt Assessed Valuation from 1955 to 1965.

SOURCE: Computed from data in State Comptroller's, Analysis by
County of Florida's Tax Assessment Rolls.

This table gives the percent of increase in non-exempt property assessed
valuation over the ten year period.

44. Assessed Value of Personal Property as a Percent of All Non-Exempt property,
1965.

SOURCE: Computed from data in State Comptroller's, Analysis by
County of Florida's Tax Assessment Rolls.

This table gives the percent of the total assessed valuation of all
non-exempt property which is from assessed value of personal property.

45. Assessed Value of Railroad and Telegraph Property as a Percent of All
Non-Exempt Property, 1965.

SOURCE: Computed from data in State Comptroller's, Analysis by
County of Florida's Tax Assessment Rolls.

This table gives the percent of total assessed valuation of all non-
exempt property which is from assessed value of railroad and telegraph
property.


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41 42 43 44 45

Non-Exempt Increase in Percent Assessed Assessed
Assessed Non-Exempt Increase Value of Value of
Valuation Assessed in Non-Exempt Personal R.R. & Tel.
Counties (In Thousands) Valuation Assessed Property as a Property as a
1965 (In Thousands) Valuation Percent of All Percent of All
From Prom Non-Exempt Non-Exempt
1955 to 1965 1955 to 1965 Property, 1965 Property, 1965

Amount Rank Amount Rank Percent Rank Percent Rank Percent Rank
Alachua 294,035 (12) $ 247,455 (12) 531.24% (20) 13.92% (49) 9.29% (32)
Baker 21,680 (42) 17,794 (41) 541.43 (19) 8.20 (65) 11.70 ( 3)
Bay 61,466 (33) 25,244 (39) 69.69 (55) 31.23 (14) 1.47 (46)
Bradford 39,696 (38) 34,233 (33) 626.56 (17) 25.78 (20) 6.91 (15)
Brevard 529.113 (9) 502.336 8) 1.875.94 ( 1) 9.51 (63) .73 (56)
Broward 1,815,405 (3) 1,509,390 ( 3) 493.24 (21) 13.39 (54) .15 (66)
Clahoun 3,399 (67) 1,224 (67) 56.26 (61) 25.77 (21) .85 (53)
Charlotte 120,743 (25) 113,134 (24) 1,486.83 ( 4) 6.89 (66) 1.06 (51)
Citrus 39,052 (39) 29,895 (37) 326.48 (30) 13.89 (50) 4.62 (23)
Clay 41.922 (36) 31.662 (34) 308.59 (32) 16.40 (42) 2.71 (36)
Collier 190,179 (20) 173,825 (18) 1,062.85 ( 6) 5.56 (67) .35 (62)
Columbia 18,386 (46) 7,435 (50) 67.89 (56) 32.11 (13) 5.45 (20)
Dade 5,340,120 ( 1) 4,116,958 ( 1) 336.58 (29) 14.27 (46) .24 (64)
De Soto 11,519 (53) 6,476 (52) 128.42 (45) 13.42 (53) 7.32 (11)
ilie 8.077 (59) 1.737 (65) 27.39 (67) 16.96 (39) 6.27 (17)
Duval 1,659,950 ( 4) 1,348,549 ( 4) 433.06 (24) 19.26 (36) 2.72 (35)
Escambia 403,916 (10) 332,421 ( 9) 464.96 (23) 47.53 ( 4) 1.23 (49)
Flagler 8,276 (58) 2,619 (61) 46.29 (65) 42.80 ( 6) 5.91 (18)
Franklin 8,875 (57) 3,174 (60) 55.68 (62) 16.21 (43) 3.23 (33)
Gadsden 40.892 (37) 28.682 (38) 234.92 (37) 26.28 (19) 5.18 (21)


7,358 (61)
13,322 (51)
16,342 (49)
4,547 (64)
25,281 (40)
76,658 (29)
24,277 (41)
50,709 (34)
622,049 ( 8)
6.958 (62)
96,374 (26)
17,415 (48)
10,480 (55)
4,349 (66)
285.027 (13)
201,637 (19)
259,528 (16)
19,278 (44)
4,908 (63)
11,058 (54)
269,722 (15)
83,657 (28)
127,783 (24)
89,126 (27)
74.730 (30)
138,882 (23)
12,776 (52)
1,118,391 ( 6)
152,471 (22)
2.403.787 ( 2)
69,202 (31)
1,380,381 ( 5)
844,738 (7)
61,900 (32)
168.920 (21)
227,941 (17)
18,544 (45)
298,322 (11)
215,297 (18)
47.437 (35)
18,282 (47)
21,558 (43)
13,928 (50)
270,250 (14)
4.496 (65)
9,575 (56)
7.460 (60)
920,563,821


5,043 (54)
9,853 (47)
7,667 (49)
1,250 (66)
19.156 (40)
66,923 (27)
16,880 (42)
31,404 (35)
329,740 (10)
2.405 (62)
78,251 (26)
5,819 (53)
3,967 (57)
2,014 (63)
236.464 (13)
173,699 (19)
209,623 (15)
10,630 (46)
3,369 (59)
4.297 (56)
235,059 (14)
45,202 (31)
110,798 (25)
45,771 (30)
59.119 (28)
131,034 (23)
8,742 (48)
975,421 ( 6)
140,980 (22)
2.216.617 ( 2)
51,699 (29)
1,012,234 ( 5)
670,188 ( 7)
30,192 (36)
149.201 (21)
206,605 (16)
13,491 (43)
258,846 (11)
187,876 (17)
41.728 (32)
7,002 (51)
11,064 (45)
12,510 (44)
153,957 (20)
1.9.1 (64)
3,804 (58)
4 458 (551


Oilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee
Loon
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nasseau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellss
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucia
Santa Rose
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla
Walton
Washinaton
TOTAL


217.87 (40)
283.97 (34)
88.37 (52)
37.90 (66)
312.75 (31)
687.49 (11)
228.21 (38)
162.66 (42)
112.81 (48)
52.83 (63)
431.77 (25)
50.19 (64)
60.90 (60)
86.29 (53)
477.09 (22),
621.72 (18)
420.04 (26)
122.91 (46)
219.02 (39)
63.54 (58)
678.12 (14)
117.54 (47)
652.35 (16)
105.57 (49)
378.71 (28)
1,669.65 ( 3)
216.68 (41)
682.25 (13)
1,226.84 ( 5)
1.842.77 ( 2)
295.38 (33)
274.95 (35)
383.95 (27)
95.22 (51)
756.65 ( 9)
968.35 (7)
266.93 (36)
655.70 (15)
685.14 (12)
730.83 (10)
62.07 (59)
105.44 (50)
881.66 ( 8)
132.39 (44)
73.98 (54)
65.92 (57)
148.51 (43)
410.77%


24.47 (24)
32.90 (10)
57.59 ( 1)
29.16 (17)
9.62 (62)
24.40 (25)
21.06 (31)
19,66 (35)
22.27 (29)
37.15 ( 8)
13.86 (51)
32.78 (11)
22.51 (28)
16.63 (41)
12.35 (58)
13.56 (52)
14.31 (45)
25.44 (23)
21.72 (30)
22.82 (27)
14.27 (46)
23.59 (26)
12.11 (59)
19.74 (34)
32.40 (12)
25.59 (22)
18.78 (37)
11.08 (60)
14.02 (48)
15.90 (44)
13.35 (55)
8.73 (64)
30.43 (15)
36.77 ( 9)
13.12 (56)
10.05 (61)
51.35 ( 2)
17.40 (38)
12.47 (57)
20.71 (33)
45.98 (5)
50.19 (3)
16.68 (40)
20.96 (32)
27.12 (18)
29.87 (16)
41.83 (7)
16.15%


10.24 ( 6)
5.62 (19)
2.11 (38)
8.28 (10)
3,91 (26)
1.26 (48)
6.72 (16)
3.01 (34)
1.52 (45)
12.67 ( 1)
.85 (53)
6.92 (14)
10.28 ( 5)
1.73 (41)
1.57 (43)
.62 (58)
.74 (55)
7.08 (12)
9.09 ( 8)
8.87 (9)
.65 (57)
3.85 (27)
2.07 (39)
.05 (67)
6.98 (13)
.89 (52)
3.95 (25)
.50 (60)
.54 (59)
.41 (61)
3.60 (30)
.24 (64)
1.54 (44)
3.79 (29)
3.56 (31)
1.08 (50)
2.32 (37)
.29 (63)
1.65 (42)
11.86 ( 2)
10.57 (4)
3.80 (28)
9.11 ( 7)
1.36 (47)
1.85 (40)
5.02 (22)
4.02 (24)
1.00%


$16,537,804


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46. Assessed Value of Homestead Exempt Property as a Percent of the Value of
Non-Exempt Real Estate. 1965.

SOURCE; Computed from data in Analysis by County of Florida's 1965
Tax Assessment Rolls, State Comptroller.

This shows the relationship between non-exempt real estate and
homestead exempt real estate in each county.

47. County Assessment Levels. 1965.

SOURCE: "Report of Railroad Assessment Board for the year 1965."

This table gives the percent which assessed value of property is of
true value of property as determined by the Railroad Assessment Board.

48, Non-Exempt Assessed Valuation (1964) Per Pupil in ADA, Grades 1-12, 1964-65.

SOURCE: Computed from data in Analysis by County of Florida's 1964
Tax Assessment Rolls and Principals' Annual Report on Attendance.

This table gives the average amount of non-exempt property value
taxable property for each pupil in average daily attendance in grades
1-12, 1964-65.

49. Change in Non-Exempt Assessed Valuation Per Pupil in ADA from 1954-55 to
1964-65.

SOURCE: Computed from data in Analysis by County of Florida's Tax
Assessment Rolls and Principals Annual Report on Attendance.

This table gives the amount of increase in non-exempt property assessed
value taxable property per pupil in average daily attendance, grades
1-12, over the ten year period.

50, Percent Change in Non-Exempt Assessed Valuation Per Pupil in ADA from 1954-55
to 1964-65.

SOURCE: Computed from data in Analysis by County of Florida's Tax
Assessment Rolls and Principals Annual Report on Attendance,

This table gives the percent of increase in non-exempt property assessed
value taxable property per pupil in average daily attendance, grades
1-12, over the ten year period.


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46 47 48 49 50
Assessed Value Change in
of Homeatead County Non-Exempt Non-Exempt Percent
Exempt Property Assessment Assessed Assessed Change in
as a Percent Levels (Railroad Valuation (1964) Valuation Non-Exempt
Counties of the Value Assessment Board) Per Pupil in ADA Per Pupil in Assessed
of Non Exempt 1965 Grades 1-12 ADA from Valuation
Real Estate 1964-65 1954-55 to 1964-65 Per Pupil in
1965 ADA from
1954-55 to 1964-65
Percent Rank Percent Rank Amount Rank Amount Rank Percent Rank


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Broverd
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Soto
Dixie
Duval
EBcambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Hadison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okalooaa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellaa
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucia
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla
Walton
Washinaton
TOTAL


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27.36% (55)
31.62 (51)
98.83 ( 9)
36.94 (41)
33.86 (47)
30.07 (52)
157.16 ( 5)
26.41 (58)
39.58 (39)
51.17 (28)
9.63 (67)
121.55 ( 6)
20.56 (60)
79.99 (13)
33.04 (49)
35,64 (42)
73.39 (17)
40.84 (38)
45.60 (31)
64.86 (21)
53.31 (26)
14.45 (64)
70.11 (19)
76.72 (15)
44.92 (32)
11.18 (66)
58.76 (23)
47.86 (29)
82.29 (12)
194.68 ( 2
37.02 (40)
106.16 ( 8)
52.05 (27)
54.97 (25)
26.46 (571
41.79 (36)
29.03 (54)
42.62 (35)
57.43 (24)
90.26 (10)
34.95 (44)
68.48 (20)
18.90 (62)
35.36 (43)
33.46 (48)
45.68 (30)
41.53 (37)
29.04 (53)
17.16 (63)
13.73 (65)
84.50 (11)
44.48 (33)
32.73 (50)
64.71 (22)
21.48 (59)
20.31 (61)
272.89 ( 1)
44.15 (34)
34.13 (46)
34.26 (45)
110.34 ( 7)
79.64 (14)
26.69 (56)
75.75 (16)
72.18 (18)
163.79 ( 4)
181.09 ( 3)
31.00%


100.00 ( 1)
100.00 ( 1)
35.65 (57)
100.00 ( 1)
61.72 (27)
65.71 (21)
42.02 (50)
59.40 (28)
59.01 (29)
52.87 (33)
62.84 (26)
42,39 (49)
94.94 (10)
33.23 (63)
42.42 (48)
100.00 ( 1)
58.74 (30)
17.54 (67)
32.46 (65)
65.54 (22)
58.59 (31)
43.07 (45)
32.57 (58)
45.34 (43)
49.89 (38)
100.00 ( 1)
46.57 (41)
35.20 (59)
49.81 (39)
64.26 (23)
48.68 (40)
35.07 (60)
46.27 (42)
29.05 (66)
70.15 (18)
51.04 (36)
72.16 (15)
38.90 (53)
38.37 (55)
39.18 (52)
70.89 (17)
45.06 (44)
63.35 (25)
38.49 (54)
84.94 (13)
63.38 (24)
32.82 (64)
100.00 ( 1)
84.26 (14)
100.00 ( 1)
40.80 (51)
70.14 (19)
67.95 (20)
50.61 (37)
88.99 (11)
71.42 (16)
35.86 (56)
51.44 (34)
85.56 (12)
98.97 ( 9)
54.23 (32)
33.62 (61)
100.00 ( 1)
42.47 (47)
33.49 (62)
42.98 (46)
M1 26 (Tl\


$ 6,237 (39)
3,255 (57)
3,578 (56)
3,695 (55)
9.190 (251
21,335 ( 9)
1,854 (67)
48,001 ( 1)
14,288 (16)
4.884 (48)
37,256 ( 3)
3,031 (59)
29,586 ( 4)
4,136 (52)
6.488 (37)
4,841 (49)
9,042 (26)
7,221 (33)
5,925 (41)
4.106 (53)
5,818 (43)
8,818 (28)
5,896 (42)
2,092 (65)
5.608 (44)
9,365 (23)
8,471 (31)
9,023 (27)
6,843 (34)
2.477 (61)
13,952 (19)
2,041 (66)
3,899 (54)
6,724 (35)
21.984 ( 7)
13,356 (20)
14,112 (18)
6,566 (36)
6,303 (38)
2.881 (60)
18,608 (13)
5,493 (46)
29,268 ( 5)
9,839 (22)
13.010 (21)
7,362 (32)
5,531 (45)
8,789 (29)
44,437 (2)
21.521 ( 8)
9,248 (24)
20,850 (11)
16,804 (14)
6,220 (40)
28.082 ( 6)
21,103 (10)
2,372 (62)
20,307 (12)
14,189 (17)
15.020 (15)
4,387 (51)
5,216 (47)
4,665 (50)
8,609 (30)
3.063 (58)
2,295 (63)
2.252 (64)
$14,951


$ 1,981
1,116
300
1,920
5,594
10,266
784
37,012
7,431
1.394
29,191
360
17,329
1,047
-255
120
6,652
518
1,473
2.427
2,985
899
2,561
618
39118
2,360
3,976
3,169
1,453
1.011
7,712
651
1,193
3,327
16.350
8,674
9,748
2,832
4,039
938
14,422
1,375
19,211
1,422
8.624
6,293
954
3,857
38,860
13,798
5,580
8,368
11,514
440
23.590
16,796
1,233
14,713
9,656
12.858
1,869
1,326
3,092
747
944
701
1,234
$8,531


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(65)
(39)
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(14)
(59)
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(21)
(44)
( 3)
(64)
( 6)
(51)
(67)
(66)
(22)
(62)
(41)
(361
(33)
(56)
(35)
(61)
(31)
(37)
(27)
(30)
(42).
(52)
(20)
(60)
(49)
(29)
( 8)
(17)
(15)
(34)
(26)
(55)
(10)
(45)
( 5)
(43)
(18)
(23)
(53)
(28)
( 1)
(11)
(25)
(19)
(13)
(63)
( 4)
( 7)
(48)
( 9)
(16)
(12)
(40)
(46)
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5 26 (5


46.55% (46)
52.17 (43)
9.15 (63)
108.17 (30)
155.56 (21)
92.75 (33)
73.27 (39)
336.81 ( 8)
108.37 (28)
39.94 (511
361.95 ( 6)
13.48 (60)
141.38 (24)
33.89 (53)
-3.78 (67)
2,54 (66)
278.33 (1q)
7.73 (64)
33.09 (56)
146.55 (23)
105.37 (31)
11.35 (61)
76.79 (36)
41.93 (50)
125.22 (25)
33.69 (54)
88.45 (34)
54.13 (42)
26.96 (57)
68.96 (40)
123.59 (26)
46.83 (45)
44.09 (48)
97.94 (32)
290.20 ( 9)
185.26 (18)
223.37 (12)
75.84 (37)
178.40 (20)
48.28 (44)
344.53 ( 7)
33.39 (55)
191.02 (17)
16.89 (59)
196.63 (15)
588.68 ( 3)
20.84 (58)
78.20 (35)
696.79 ( 1)
178.66 (19)
152.13 (22)
67.04 (41)
217.66 (13)
7.61 (65)
525.16 (4)
389.97 (5)
108.25 (29)
263.01 (11)
213.02 (14)
594.73 ( 2)
74.23 (38)
34.09 (52)
196.57 (16)
9.50 (62)
44.55 (47)
43.98 (49)
121.22 (27)
132.88%


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51. Median Family Income. 1960


SOURCE: 1960 U.S. Census, "Florida, General Social and Economic
Characteristics."

This gives the median income of families and unrelated individuals,

52. Percent of Families with an Annual Income of $10.000 and over. 1960.

SOURCE: 1960 U. S. Census, "Florida, General Social and Economic
Characteristics."

53, Percent of Families with an Annual Income of Less than $3.000. 1960.

SOURCE: 1960 U.S. Census, "Florida, General Social and Economic
Characteristics."

54. Personal Income, 1963 Per Pupil (K-12) in ADA 1963-64.

SOURCE: Computed from data in "Business and Economic Dimensions"
Vol. 1, No.3, Bureau of Economic and Business Research,
University of Florida and Biennial Report of the State
Superintendent of Public Instruction.

55. Public School Revenue from Local Sources 1963-64. as a Percent of Personal
Income for 1963,

SOURCE: Computed from data in "Business and Economic Dimensions"
Vol. 1, No. 3, Bureau of Economic and Business Research,
University of Florida and Biennial Report of the State
Superintendent of Public Instruction.

This table attempts to estimate what percent of personal income
payments make up revenue receipts from local sources.


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51 52 53 54 55

Median Percent of Percent of Personal Public School
Family Families with Families with Income, 1963, Revenue from
Income an Annual Income an Annual Income Per Pupil (K-12) Local Sources
Counties 1960 of $10,000 and of Less Than in ADA 1963-64, as a
Over, 1960 $3,000, 1960 1963-64 Percent of
Personal
Income
For 1963

Amount Rank Percent Rank Percent Rank Amount Rank Percent Rank
Alachue $4,471 (17) 11.2% (11) 31.4% (46) $ 9,013 (25) 1.28% (45)
Baker 3,227 (50) 6.3 (38) 45.9 (19) 5,105 (57) 1.24 (46)
Bay 4,413 (20) 9.1 (20) 28.8 (54) 8,002 (31) 1.08 (55)
Bradford 3,797 (35) 5.7 (44) 37.7 (34) 4,789 (59) 1.66 (30)
Brevard 6.123 (1) 18.6 ( 1) 17.6 (67) 12.519 ( 8) 1.23 (48)
Broward 4,996 (7) 12.8 ( 6) 24.8 (60) 10,459 (14) 2.31 (11)
Calhoun 2,673 (63) 5.2 (49) 54.9 ( 7) 4,107 (65) .88 (61)
Charlotte 3,918 (32) 7.6 (29), 33.2 (39) 10,082 (15) 5.80 ( 1)
Citrus 3,217 (51) 4.2 (56) 45.7 (20) 5,939 (53) 3.21 ( 4)
Clay 4.202 (26) 7.5 (31) 30.6 (49) 4.233 (64) 2.21 (15)


13.8 ( 4)
6.1 (41)
14.0 ( 2)
5.6 (45)
2.5 (64)
12.4 ( 7)
10.4 (12)
5.5 (46)
1.5 (66)
6.0 (42)
4.5 (54)
5.5 (46)
6.4 (37)
4.2 (56)
6.9 (34)
6.9 (34)
6.3 (38)
6.3 (38)
9.1 (20)
2.5 (64)
9.9 (15)
4.3 (55)
4.9 (51)
5.9 (43)
7.9 (27)
9.9 (15)
13.6 ( 5)
4.1 (59)
.5 (67)
3.0 (62)
7.6 (29)
6.6 (36)
9.5 (18)
8.3 (26)
9.5 (18)
12.1 ( 9)
7.7 (28)
14.0 ( 2)
5.1 (50)
12.1 ( 9)
5.4 (48)
10.2 (13)
10.1 (14)
7.1 (32)
9.9 (151


29.9 (52)
41.5 (27)-
22.8 (63)
40.8 (29)
46.0 (18)
22.4 (64)
23.9 (62)
46.2 (16)
56.7 ( 4)
52.5 (11)
60.0 ( 2)
39.6 (32)
30.0 (50)
56.0 ( 5)
41.0 (28)
33.2 (39)
45.3 (22)
37.6 (35)
28.4 (55)
66.4 ( 1)
32.5 (41)
52.3 (12)
54.4 ( 8)
45.7 (21)
40.2 (30)
32.2 (43)
27.3 (59)
52.2 (13)
46.2 (16)
57.1 ( 3)
37.2 (36)
42.0 (26)
30.7 (48)
24.6 (61)
32.3 (42)
22.0 (66)
28.2 (56)
22.3 (65)
44.1 (24)
28.2 (56)
45.3 (22)
31.4 (46)
29.2 (53)
38.4 (33)
35.0 (37)


1Z,389 t 9)
6,443 (50)
14,179 ( 6)
8,125 (32)
5.805 (54)
11,616 (10)
9,262 (23)
8,251 (31)
7,397 (40)
4.847 (58)
7,038 (43)
14,765 ( 4)
7,694 (36)
7,401 (39)
9.190 (24)
20,730 ( 1)
6,700 (48)
8,292 (30)
11,109 (13)
4.543 (60)
9,666 (17)
6,296 (51)
4,438 (61)
11,272 (12)
9.577 (18)
9,383 (22)
9,462 (19)
6,775 (46)
5,356 (56)
5.691 (55)
8,430 (29)
6,967 (44)
8,672 (27)
15,588 ( 2)
7.147 (42)
8,885 (26)
4,024 (66)
11,377 (11)
7,755 (35)
14.571 ( 5)
6,769 (47)
13,991 ( 7)
9,346 (21)
6,925 (45)
9.462 (19)


A.lq % 0)
1.36 (39)
1.91 (23)
1.10 (52)
2.23 (14)
1.02 (57)
1.68 (29)
2.69 ( 7)
1.57 (34)
1.36 (39)
1.48 (36)
1.35 (41)
1.66 (30)
.57 (65)
1.23 (48)
.78 (62)
4.94 ( 2)
2.18 (17)
1.32 (43)
1.10 (52)
2.50 (10)
.65 (64)
1.24 (46)
.53 (66)
2.20 (16)-
2.17 (18)
1.11 (51)
1.33 (42)
1.09 (54)
.96 (58)
2.66 ( 8)
1.95 (22)
3.94 ( 3)
1,39 (38)
1.58 (33)
.49 (67)
2.65 ( 9)
1.57 (34)
2.94 ( 5)
2.25 (13)
2.27 (12)
2.09 (19)
2.05 (20)
1.83 (25)
1.59 (32)


St. Lucie 4,211 (25) 8.9 (22) 32.1 (44) 8,578 (28) 1.99 (21)
Santa Rosa 4,692 (11) 7.1 (32) 30.0 (50) 7,401 (38) .90 (60)
Sarasota 4,688 (12) 12.2 ( 8) 27.6 (58) 14,794 ( 3) 1.77 (26)
Seminole 4,446 (19) 8.7 (23)- 31.9 (45) 6,597 (49) 1.77 (26)
Sumter 3.023 (54) 4.6 (52) 49.7 (14) 6.080 (52) 1.40 (37)
Suwannee 2,767 (59) 3.7 (60) 54.0 (10) 7,911 (34) 1.07 (56)
Taylor 3,844 (33) 8.5 (25) 39.9 (31) 7,254 (41) 1.73 (28)
Union 3,379 (43) 4.6 (52) 42.8 (25) 7,640 (37) .77 (63)
Volusia 4,114 (29) 8.7 (23)- 34.4 (38) 9,972 (16) 1.86 (24)
Wakulla 2.783 (58) 3.3 (61) 54.3 ( 9) 4.355 (63) 1.31 (44)
Walton 3,138 (53) 4.2 (56) 48.2 (15) 3,960 (67) 1.21 (50)
Washineton 2.662 (64) 2.7 (63) 55.4 ( 6) 4,358 (62) .92 (59)
TOTAL $4,722 11.1% 28.4% $11,033 1.73%


Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Soto
Dixie
Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Ggdsden
Gllchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Herdee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hilllborough
Holmes
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Hadison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns


4,673 (13)
3,607 (39)
5,348 ( 2)
3,542 (42)
3.210 (52)
5,345 (3)
5,174 (5)
3,375 (44)
2,699 (61)
2.866 (56)
2,563 (66)
3,625 (38)
4,858 ( 9)
2,687 (62)
3.602 (40)
4,127 (28)
3,338 (47)
3,735 (36)
4,616 (15)
2.137 (67)
4,218 (24)
2,865 (57)
2,741 (60)
3,342 (46)
3.680 (37)
4,286 (23)
5,173 ( 6)
2,886 (55)
3,277 (49)
2.614 (65)
3,814 (34)
3,572 (41)
4,295 (22)
4,660 (14)
4.465 (18)
4,901 ( 8)
4,096 (30)
5,222 ( 4)
3,368 (45)
4.784 (10)
3,307 (48)
4,359 (21)
4,476 (16)
3,559 (31)
4.149 (27)


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56. Per Capita Personal Income. 1963.


SOURCE: "Business and Economic Dimensions," Vol. 1, No. 3, Bureau
of Economic and Business Research, University of Florida.

Personal income is the current income from all sources both private
and government before deductions.

57. Change in Per Capita Income from 1958 to 1963.

SOURCE: Computed from data in "Business and Economic Dimensions,"
Vol. 1, No. 3, Bureau of Economic and Business Research,
University of Florida.

This is the amount change in per capital income in constant (1963)
dollars. Using constant dollars (based on consumers price indices
with 1963=100) the buying power of the dollar is the same in the
two compared years.

58. Percent of Change in Per Capita Income from 1958 to 1963.

SOURCE: "Business and Economic Dimensions," Vol. 1, No, 3, Bureau
of Economic and Business Research, University of Florida.

This is the percent change in per capital income in constant (1963)
dollars.

59. Revenue Receipts from All Sources. 1964-65.

SOURCE: County Superintendents Annual Financial Reports, 1964-65.

Revenue receipts are additions to assets which do not incur an
obligation that must be met at some future date, do not represent
exchanges of property for money, and are available for expenditure
by the county boards of public instruction.

60. Revenue Receipts from Local Sources, 1964-65.

SOURCE: County Superintendents Annual Financial Reports, 1965-65.

The primary local source of revenue receipts is the county and district
ad valorem tax. This table includes all revenue receipts from local
sources for kindergartens and grades 1-12, gifts and bequests and
ad valorem taxes received for junior college operations,


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56 57 58 59 60

Per Capita Change in Percent of Revenue Revenue
Personal Per Capita Change in Receipts Receipts
Income Income From Per Capita From All From
Counties 1963 1958 to 1963 Income From Sources Local
1958 to 1963 1964-65 Sources
1964-65


Amount Rank Amount Rank Percent Rank Amount Rank Amount Rank
Alachua $1,963 (23) $ 333 (46) 47.6% (18) $ 7,449,255 (15) $ 2,350,254 (17)
Baker 1,453 (50) 603 (13) 70.9 (10) 924,562 (56) 154,484 (56)
Bay 1,782 (34) 318 (48) 21.7 (52) 5,893,410 (19) 1,412,423 (24)
Bradford 1,280 (57) 312 (50) 32.2 (35) 1,355,795 (44) 279,795 (47)
Brevard 3.217 (3) 1.255 (5) 64.0 (13) 23.705.133 ( 8 7.249.380 (9)
Broward 1,966 (22) 406 (35) 26.0 (49) 37,275,972 (3) 20,396,784 (2)
Calhoun 1,033 (66) 297 (51) 40.4 (24) 859,290 (58) 69,210 (64)
Charlotte 1,322 (56) 365 (42) 38.1 (26) 1,617,806 (40) 981,452 (26)
Citru 1,335 (55) 344 (45) 34.7 (29) 1,297,972 (45) 504,840 (35)
Clay 1.061 (64) 202 (60) -(16.0) (67) 2.158.411 (34) 495,066 (37)
Collier 2,461 ( 7) 537 (20) 27.9 (46) 2,776,069 (30) 1,543,589 (23)
Columbia 1,651 (38) 497 (23) 43.1 (22) 2,315,899 (33) 487,664 (38)
Dade 2,396 (10) 189 (61) 8.6 (62) 94,813,742 ( 1) 49,610,425 ( 1)
De Soto 1,722 (37) 375 (41) 27,8 (47) 925,892 (55) 210,777 (51)
Dixie 1.612 (40) 673 ( 9) 71.7 ( 9) 693.129 (59) 171,600 (55)


OTAL .2,158
TOTAL $2,158


19.2 (57)
16.6 (59)
22.4 (51)
72.6 ( 8)
-(9,2) (66)
88.2 ( 4)
84.8 ( 5)
29.2 (41)
132.9 ( 3)
36.0 (28)
80.7 ( 6)
20.6 (54)
3.4 (63)
34,0 (30)
54.5 (17)
19.6 (56)
33.7 (32)
33.1 (34)
150.6 ( 1)
-(0.2) (65)--
28. (43)
31.8 (36)
,54.6 (16)
60i9 (14)
65.6 (12)
33.9 (31)
19.8 (55)
2.3 (64)
28.0 (45)
42.7 (23)
27.2 (48)
28.8 (42)
25.6 (50)
60.0 (15)
30.8 (39)
17.0 (58)
31,0 (37)
14.0 (60)
20.7 (53)
10.7 (61)
30.7 (40)
46.2 (19)
36.9 (27)
38.7 (25)
43.6 (20)
69.5 (11)
30.9 (38)
149.9 ( 2)
33.5 (33)
78.2 ( 7)


40,470,140
19,322,590
571,323
621,366
3.568.030
465,711
458,935
1,179,407
889,068
1.147.553
1,045,134
1,283,636
2,351,346
34,166,637
1.156.109
3,242,663
3,031,489
1,064,947
369,075
6.313.866
6,693,546
7,762,747
1,212,962
511,885
1.401,588
7,284,953
5,500,146
2,001,421
4,402,683
1.980.713
8,316,147
970,115
28,606,066
1,761,880
29.820.229
3,165,193
34,947,109
20,626,842
3,143,678
2.511.528
4,087,080
2,844,205
8,026,541
5,709,296
1 4l59015


( 2)
(10)
(62)
(61)
(24)
(65)
(66)
(49)
(57)
(51)
(53)
(46)
(32)
( 5)
(50)
(25)
(28)
(52)
(67)
(18)
(17)
(14)
(48)
(64)
(43)
(16)
(21)
(35)
(22)
(36)
(12)
(54)
( 7)
(37)
( 6)
(26)
(4)
(9)
(27)
(31)
(23)
(29)
(13)
(20)
(l2)


Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillaborough
Holmes
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellae
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Roas
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusis
Wakulla
Walton
UIihfnormn


2,469 ( 6)
2,053 (17)
1,803 (31)
1,460 (48)
1.181 (60)
2,027 (18)
3,558 ( 2)
2,116 (14)
1,889 (27)
1.978 (21)
4,585 ( 1)
1,430 (52)
1,734 (36)
2,211 (13)
1.118 (62)
1,914 (25)
1,427 (53)
1,182 (59)
2,386 (11)
1.909 (26)
1,794 (33)
2,016 (19)
1,540 (45)
1,511 (47)
1.434 (51)
1,592 (41)
1,562 (44)
1,572 (42)
2,256 (12)
1.828 (29)
2,085 (16)
1,054 (65)
2,400 ( 9)
1,512 (46)
2,670 ( 5)
1,218 (58)
2,102 (15)
2,007 (20)
1,643 (39)
1.753 (35)
1,799 (32)
1,567 (43)
2,415 ( 8)
1,372 (54)
1.449 (49)
1,843 (28)
1,828 (29)
2,714 ( 4)
1,946 (24)
1.073 (63)
983 (67)
1 16n 61A\


13,804,71J % 5)
7,013,646 (10)
238,330 (48)
176,975 (54)
650.929 (32)
87,780 (62)
134,922 (58)
338,473 (45)
120,144 (61)
322.641 (46)
432,053 (41)
471,635 (39)
936,575 (29)
12,753,041 ( 7)
129.790 (60)
1,773,848 (21)
353,771 (44)
146,875 (57)
38.696 (67)
3.364.771 (14)
3,198,219 (15)
2,579,234 (16)
237,956 (49)
49,096 (66)
206.198 (52)
3,475,462 (13)
1,869,413 (19)
919,118 (30)
1,786,810 (20)
600.383 (34)
879,516 (31)
231,503 (50)
13,421,742 ( 6)
648,576 (33)
18.191.190 ( 4)
1,338,597 (25)
20,342,476 ( 3)
9,788,405 ( 8)
970,398 (28)
978.520 (27)
1,757,112 (22)
499,426 (36)
4,549,403 (12)
1,888,291 (18)
384.975 (43)
413,098 (42)
457,297 (40)
67,455 (65)
5,500,617 (11)
81.554 (63)
198,076 (53)
133.744 (591
$226,851,209


398 (37)
292 (53)
331 (47)
614 (12)
*(120) (67)
950 (7)
1,633 (2)
478 (29)
1,078 ( 6)
524 (21)
2,048 ( 1)
244 (57)
57 (64)
561 (17)
394 (39)
313 (49)
360 (43)
294 (52)
1,434 ( 4)
-(3) (66)
398 (37)
487 (28)
544 (19)
572 (14)
568 (15)
403 (36)
258 (55)
35 (65)
494 (25)
547 (18)
446 (31)
236 (58)
489 (26)
567 (16)
629 (11)
77 (63)
498 (22)
247 (56)
282 (54)
170 (62)
423 (34)
495 (24)
651 (10)
383 (40)
440 (32)
756 (8)
431 (33)
1,628 ( 3)
488 (27)
471 1(30


217 (59) 28.3 (44) 1,629,144 (39)
350 (44) 43.2 (21) 1.252.113 (47)
$ 420 24.2% $522,145,181


1,684,396 (38)
1,544,786 (41)
513,009 (63)
13,307,455 (11)


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61. Local Revenue Receipts Per Capita. Based on Estimated Population July 1. 1965
and Local Revenue Receipts 1964-65.

SOURCE: Computed from data in "Provisional Estimates of the Population
of Florida Counties for July 1, 1965 and Revisions for
July 1, 1964, "Bulletin No. 14, Bureau of Economic and Business
Research, University of Florida and County Superintendents
Annual Financial Reports, 1964-65.

62, Percent Increase in Revenue Receipts from Local Sources from 1954-55 to 1964-


SOURCE: Computed from data in Biennial Report of the State Superintendent
of Public Instruction and County Superintendents Annual Financial
Reports, 1964-65.

This table gives the percent increase in local revenue receipts over the
ten year period.

63. Revenue Receipts from Local Sources Per Pupil in ADA. grades 1-12, 1964-65.

SOURCE: Computed from data in County Superintendents Annual Financial
Reports and Principals Annual Report on Attendance.

This is found by dividing the average daily attendance, grades 1-12,
for 1964-65 into the total local revenue receipts for 1964-65. Local
revenue receipts include all revenue from local sources for kindergartens
and grades 1-12, gifts and bequests and ad valorem taxes received for
junior college.

64. Percent of total Revenue Receipts Derived from Local Sources. 1964-65.

SOURCE: Computed from data in County Superintendents Annual Financial
Reports.

This table shows what percent of the total revenue receipts of a county
comes from local sources. Other sources are State and Federal.

65. Local Effort Required to Participate in Minimum Foundation Program,
grades 1-12. 1965-66.

SOURCE: Application of Index of Taxpaying Ability, State Department
of Education.

This is the minimum required local effort that each county must make
toward meeting its share of the Minimum Foundation Program for grades
1-12.


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61 62 63 64 65
Local Revenue Percent Increase Revenue Percent of Local Effort
Receipts Per in Revenue Receipts Total Revenue Required to
Capita Based Receipts from from Local / Receipts Participate
on sBtimated Local Sources Sources Per Derived from in Minimum
Population from 1954-55 Pupil in ADA Local Sources Poundation
July 1, 1965 to 1964-65 Grades 1-12* 1964-65 Program,
and Local Reve- 1964-65 Grades 1-12
nue Receipts, 1965-66
1964-65

Amount Rank Percent Rank Amount Rank Percent Rank Amount Rank


Alachua
Baker
Day
Bradford
jsevard
Broverd
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Soto
Dixie
Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Glchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardest
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hilllborough
Holmes
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Hidijon
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lueie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
Suvannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla
Walton
RAthinaJon
TOTAL


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* for comparative purposes only. SC.ideg pupils in kindergarten and Junior college but includog revenue receipts for
these pupils.


$26.62 (41)
19.31 (51)
20.65 (50)
21.86 (47)
37.72 (,)1
48.13 ( 7)
8.99 (67)
49.82 ( 5)
42.78 (14)
23,92 (45)
61.25 (2)
20.84 (48)
45.55 (10)
15.50 (53)
35.02 (25)
26.99 (40)
36.45 (23)
41.81 (15)
23.60 (46)
14.79 (56)
27.43 (38)
37.48 (20)
35,63 (24)
15.02 (55)
24,08 (44)
38,23 (17)
36.56 (22)
37.46 (21)
28.86 (36)
11.39 (62)
55.78 ( 3)
9.72 (66)
15.14 (54)
13.34 (60)
53.75 4)
44.54 (11)
31.08 (30)
20,69 (49)
16.93 (52)
14.i2 (58)
44.o0 (12)
30.05 (32)
40.14 (16)
30.03 (33)
31.11 (29)
11.20 (63)
25.72 (42)
44.41 (13)
30.45 (31)
64,99 ( 1)
32.81 (28)
47.81 ( 8)
45.68 ( 9)
29.59 (35)
29.92 (34)
37.63 (19)
13.95 (59)
49.02 ( 6)
27,05 (39)
27.70 (37)
24.30 (43)
33.38 (27)
10.38 (65)
34.84 (26)
14.31 (57)
12.38 (61)
11.15 (64)
$39.08


100.15% (56)
142.92 (41)
102.32 (55)
181.74 (30)
1.002,80 (,1)
362.29 (10)
47.22 (65)
878.25 ( 2)
348.01 (12)
228,88 (25)
498.33 ( 3)
139.06 (43)
135.54 (44)
96.34 (57)
124.75 (47)
132.81 (46)
348,04 (11)
241,86 (22)
64.02 (63)
46..66 (40)
75.57 (62)
102.49 (54)
132.49 (45)
107.85 (50)

104.60 (53)
337.56 (13)
161.88 (37)
139.9b (42)
97.98 (i64)
425.11 ( 8)
34.48 (66)
163.64 (36)
31,85 (67)
218.59 (23)
402.02 ( 9)
282.64 (17)
103.50 (52)
178.91 (32)
106.75 (51)
448.29 ( 5)
153.96 (39)
325.80 (15)
219.92 (26)
120.62 (49)
474.84 ( 4)
124.19 (48)
337.00 (14)
230.36 (24)
444.02 ( 6)
256.28 (20)
263.82 (19)
160.19 (38)
75.89 (61)
189.46 (29)
292.16 (16)
245.36 (21)
432.86 ( 7)
265.29 (18)
193.88 (28)
169.78 (35)
178.50 (33)
208.64 (27)
174.28 (34)
181.48 (31)
87.48 (60)
91.84 (58)
217.29%


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$125.70
76.90
92.54
82.63
166.09
262.79
35,19
398.96
197.43
94.89
327.66
87.39
266.56
89.27
132.41
127.80
165.69
197.29
122.98

111.25
167.60
128.99
59.80

181.92
174.81
180.56
147.38
49.0)7
277.03
43.43
55.63
60.75

236.57
146.61
93.24
60.24
57.40
237.90
137.96
222,01
218.78
12111.8
49.90
108.64
210.69
159,47
-26.l0o
185.56
320.27
213.09
119.77
163.91
185.58
70.00
309.97
129.41
122.96
107.47
127.59
58.86
194.24
63.22
50.18
42.18
$202.28


(37)
(52)
(48)
(51)
(25)
( 9)
(67)
( 1)
(16)
(46)
( 3)
(50)
( 8)
(49)
(32)
(35)
(26)
(17)
(38)
(54)
(43)
(24)
(34)
(58)
(421
(21)
(23)
(22)
(29)

( 6)
(65)
(61)
(56)

(11)
(30)
(47)
(57)
(601
(10)
(31)
(12)
(13)
(40)
(63)
(44)
(15)
(28)
( 2)
(20)
( 4)
(14)
(41)
(27)
(19)
(53)
( 5)
(33)
(39)
(45)
(36)
(59)
(18)
.(5A)
(62)
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31.55% (32)
16,71 (54)
23.97 (44)
20.63 (49)
30.58 (34)
54.72 ( 6)
8.05 (67)
60.67 ( 2)
38.89 (23)
22.93 (46)
55.60 ( 5)
21.06 (48)
52.32 ( 9)
22.77 (47)
24.76 (42)
34.11 (28)
36.30 (27)
41.72 (17)
28.48 (39)
1}.24 (521.
18.85 (51)
29.40 (37)
28.70 (38)
13.51 (57)
28.,12 (40)
41.34 (18)2
36.74 (26)
39.83 (21)
37.33 (24)
11 .23 (62)6
54.70 ( 7)
11.68 (61)
13.79 (56)
10.48 (65)
53. 29 ( 6}
47.78 (10)
33.23 (30)
19.62 (50)
9,59 (66)
14.71 (35)
47.70 (11)
33,99 (29)
45.92 (14)
,40.58 (20)

10.58 (64)
23.86 (45)
46.92 (13)
36.81 (25)
61.00 ( 1)
42.29 (16)
58.21 ( 3)
47.45 (12)
30.87 (33)
38.96 (22)
42.99 (15)
17.56 (53)
56.68 ( 4)
33.07 (31)
26.39 (41)
24.52 (43)
29.60 (36)
13.15 (58)
41.33 (19)
11.90 (60)
12.16 (59)
10.68 (53)
43.45%


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$ 816,951 (15)
71,930 (55)
614,550 (19)
103,131 (51)
1.895.527 ( 9)
4,842,230 ( 3)
43,594 (61)
184,963 (38)
132,962 (45)
150.648 (41)
252,471 (31)
209,438 (33)
12,650,592 ( 1)
128,042 (46)
43.220 (62)
5,619,385 ( 2)
1,731,739 (10)
85,569 (52)
52,001 (59)
24,U.74 (32),
38,985 (63)
50,258 (60)
84,821 (53)
60,720 (58)
169,954 (40)
205,078 (36)
145,355 (42)
324,277 (77)
4,823,982 ( 4)
64.332 (56)
353,160 (26)
268,788 (29)
83,264 (54)
26,281 (66)
881.034 (13)
818,445 (14)
756,168 (16)
120,070 (48)
25,907 (67)
122.624 (47)
742,467 (17)
696,133 (18)
259,571 (30)
395,335 (24)
207.445 (34)
468,822 (22)
105,373 (49)
3,726,038 ( 6)
202,276 (37)
3.367.446 ( 7)
434,445 (23)
4,370,045 ( 5)
2,630,272 ( 8)
323,218 (28)
360.647 (25)
530,103 (20)
206,947 (35)
1,147,082 (12)
475,797 (21)
140.435 (43)
171,573 (39)
139,376 (44)
37,740 (64)
1,642,869 (11)
28.710 (65)
104,937 (50)
61.156 (57)
$62,277,078


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66, Required Local Effort Per Pupil in ADA. Grades 1-12, 1964-65.


SOURCE: Computed from Application of Index of Taxpaying Ability,
1964-65, SDE, and Principals Annual Attendance Reports,
1964-65. This is found by dividing the required local
effort, grades 1-12, 1964-65 by the number of pupils in
average daily attendance in grades 1-12, 1964-65.

67. Percent by Which Taxes Collected (Support and Maintenance Fund) Exceeded
Required Local Effort for Kindergarten, Grades 1-12 and Junior-College,
1964-65.

SOURCE: Computed from Application of Index of Taxpaying Ability,
1964-65, SDE, and County Superintendents Annual Financial
Reports, 1964-65.

This expresses, in percent, the funds raised from local ad valorem
taxes in excess of the minimum required efforts for participation
in the Minimum Foundation Program, Kindergarten and Grades 1-12 and
the Junior College Minimum Foundation Program. Taxes collected as
a result of millage levied for repayment of district bonds issued
are not included.

68. Millage Necessary to Meet Required Local Effort for Grades 1-12 Only,
1965-66.

SOURCE: Computed from data in Analysis by County of Florida's 1965
Tax Assessment Rolls, State Comptroller and Application of
Index of Taxpaying Ability, 1965-66, SDE.

This gives the number of mills which must be levied on the non-exempt
property in each county in order to provide the minimum county efforts
required for grades 1-12 only for participation in the Minimum Foundation
Program. In determining this millage, one hundred percent collection
of taxes is assumed. Counties operating kindergarten programs or
participating in a junior college program would have to levy additional
millage in order to meet the additional local effort required for these
programs.

69. County Percent of States' Taxyavina Ability as Measured by the Index of
Taxpaving Ability, 1965-66.

SOURCE: Index of Taxpaying Ability for the Year 1965-66, SDE.

The Index of Taxpaying Ability of each county is expressed in terms of
its percent of the total taxpaying ability of all the counties combined.
The indices of taxpaying ability of all the counties add up to one
hundred percent,

70. Change in Index of Taxpaving Ability from 1955-56 to 1965-66.

SOURCE: Computed from Index of Taxpaying Ability for the year 1955-
56 and Index of Taxpaying Ability for the year 1965-66, SDE.


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66 67 68 69 70
Percent By
Required Which Taxes Millage County Percent Change in
Local Effort Collected Necessary of State's Index of
Per Pupil (S6M Fund) to Meet Taxpaying Ability Taxpaying
Counties in ADA, Grades Exceeded Required as Measured Ability from
1-12 Required Local Local Effort by the Index of 1955-56 to 1965-66
1964-65 Effort, K, 1-12, for Grades Taxpaying Ability
& JC, 1964-65 1-12 Only,* 1965-66
1965-66
Amount Ran Percent k erck Mills Rank Percent Rank Amount Rank
Alachua $44.86 (35) 154.50% (34) 2.78 (52) 1.3118% (15) .0712 (43)
Baker 35.44 (47) 67.36 (53) 3.32 (46) .1155 (55) .0394 (33)
say 39.51 (43) 65.67 (55) 10.00 (10) .9868 (19) .1353 (58)
Bradford 32.48 (54) 120.58 (41) 2.60 (58) .1656 (51) .0916 (48)
Brevard 36.25 (45) 251.29 -(1) 3.58 (41) 3.0437 ( 9) 2.0553 ( 2)
Broward 61.65 (11) 266.46 ( 7) 2.67 (57) 7.7753 ( 3) 2.6725 ( 1)
Calhoun 23.46 (65) 36.67 (64) 12.82 ( 3) .0700 (61) .0410 (34)
Charlotte 76.70 ( 3) 317.64 ( 3) 1.53 (64) .2970 (38) .1271 ( 9)
Citrus 52.91 (26) 254.21 ( 8) 3.40 (42) .2135 (45) .0037 (22)
Clay 27.77 (60) 217.04 (19) 3.59 (40) .2419 (415 .0404 (36)
Collier 50.72 (30) 398.61 (1) 1.33 (66) .4054 (31) .0837 (12)
Columbia 36.01 (46) 63.79 (56) 11.39 ( 4) .3363 (33) .0917 (49)
Dade 68.78 ( 8) 231.60 (15) 2.37 (59) 20.3134 ( 1) -2.7531 (67)
De Soto 54.08 (22) 51.75 (63) 11.12 (6) .2056 (46) .0421 (35)
Dixie 35.30 (48) 220.41 (18) 5.35 (29) .0694 (62) .0192 (24)
1 ;4 9-.. .12 (4


UUVaL
Escambia
Faglaer
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
MadLaon
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloose
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasico
Pinelles
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucia
Santa Rose
Saracota
Seminole
Sumter
Suvannee
Taylor
Union
Volusat
WAkulls
Walton
Washintona


TOTAL


3J.UU 5U)
214.88 (20)
56.54 (61)
226.52 (16)
150.04 (351
96.39 (45)
126.65 (39)
246.50 (12)
19.93 (66)
84.44 (49)
124.00 (40)
207.05 (23)
180.78 (28)
134.39 (38)
98.26 (441
300.54 ( 6)
16.63 (67)
62.47 (58)
32.89 (65)
201.69 (26)
211.04 (21)
170.58 (30)
79.89 (51)
66.77 (54)
59.00 (59)
253.06 ( 9)
98.98 (43)
241.06 (14)
300.95 (5)
144.77 (361
79.62 (52)
112.66 (42)
181.25 (27)
209.07 (22)

204.95 (24)
316.78 ( 4)
223.04 (17)
167.81 (31)
-87,82 (48)
202.86 (25)
52.82. (62)
249.52 (11)
242.55 (13)
157,68 (32
94.08 (47)
139.79 (37)
62.90 (57)
155.67 (33)
173.30 (291
57.14 (60)
95.47 (461
209.401


J.9 i
4.29
10.34
5.86
6.07
5.30
3.77
5.19
13.33
6.72
2.68
5.99
6.39
7.75
9.25
3.61
15.43
7.94
4104
4.0
2.91
6.23
5.28
11.09
2.75
8.32
2.03
4.44
2.78
3.38
8.25
3.33
1.33


3.17
3.11
5.22

2.33
11.16
3.85
2.21
2.96
9.38
6.47
2.71
6.08
6.39
10.96
8.20
3.03


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(35)
( 9)
(28)
(25)
(30)
(38)
(33)
(2)


(27)
20)
17)


( 1)
(16)
(26)
(49)
(36)
(51)
(23)
(31)


(13)
(63)
(34)
(52)
(44)
(14)
(45)
(66)

(22)
(47)
(48)
(32)
(60)
( 5)
(37)
(61)

(11)
(19)
(55)
(24)

( 8)
fl '


9.0232 ( 2)
2.7807 (10)
.1374 (52)
.0835 (59)
.3985 (32)
.0626 (63)
.0807 (60)
.1362 (53)
.0975 (58)
.2729 (40)
.3293 (36)
.2334 (42)
.5207 (27)
7.7460 ( 4)
.1033 (561
.56/4 (26)
.4316 (29)
.1337 (54)
.0422 (66)
1.4147 (13)
1.3142 (14)
1.2142 (16)
.1928 (48)
.0416 (67)
.1969 (47)
1.1922 (17)
1.1178 (18)
.4168 (30)
.6348 (24)
.3331 (34)
.7528 (22)
.1692 (49)
5.9830 ( 6)
.3248 (37)
54072 ('71
.6976 (23)
7.0171 (5)
4.2235 ( 8)
.5190 (28)

.851i2 (20)
.3323 (35)
1.8419 (12)
,7640 (21)
.2255 (43)
.2755 (39)
.2238 (44)
.0606 (66)
2.6380 (11)
.0461 (65)
.1685 (50)
.0982 (.7\


1 .JO
41.31
72.75
35.28
25.35
51.64
11.15
33.51
31.72
98.93
80.07
53.75
61.78
55.82
24.35
53.58
31.80
31.45
41.51
70.93
58.24
42.89
48.21
34.60
33.67
54.22
50.29
60.51
48.72-
42.93
25.59
47.68
60.17
30.65
65.11
58.59
69.73
59.08
40.66
61,54
53.17
28.17
78.66
32.48
44.52
42.75
38.99
33.93
59.49
22.66
26.39
20.13
$55.48


-1.0506 (66)
- .3006 (63)
- .0547 (37)
- .0264 (30)
- .2570 (611
- .0229 (27)
- .0212 (25)
- .0921 (50)
- .0653 (40)
- .0262 (29)
.0280 (18)
.0104 (20)
.0368 (17)
.5163 (65)
.0944 (2)
.0806 (13)
.2163 (60)
.0836 (44)
.0223 (26)
.0383 (16)
.3336 ( 7)
.0982 (54)
.0606 (38)
.0122 (23)
.0855 (4)
.0175 (19)
- .0886 (47)
.0929 (11)
- .0686 (42)
- .0925 (51)
.2215 ( 8)
.0530 (15)
1.0816 ( 3)
.0017 (21)

.0380 (32)
.4270 ( 5)
S.4550 (64)
.1346 (57)
.254- (62)
.1155 (10)
.0556 (14)
.3785 ( 6)
.0609 (39)
.0885 (46)
.0965 (53)
1326 (56)
S.0250 (28)
.1982 (59)
*.0293 (31)
.1008 (55)
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4)
(49)
(63)
(27)
( 3)
(53)
(57)
(17)
( 1)
(23)
(10)
(20)
(641
(24)
(56)
(58)
(40)

(19)
(38)
(33)
(50)
(52)
(21)
(31)
(13)
(32)

(62)
(34)
(14)
(29)
(9)

(7)
(16)
(42)
(121
(25)
(59)
( 2)
(54)
(36)
(39)
(44)
(51)
(15)
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(61)
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71. Total Current Expenses (K-12). All Funds. 1964-65.


SOURCE: County Superintendents Annual Financial Reports, 1964-65.

This :s the total of all expenditures made during the 1964-65 fiscal
year for current operation and maintenance of the schools (excluding
Federal School Lunch and School Milk Funds). Expenditures for capital
outlay and debt service are not included.

72, Current Expense Per Pupil in ADA (K-12), 1964-65.

SOURCE: Computed from data in County Superintendents Annual Financial
Reports, 1964-65 and Principals'Annual Report on Attendance,
1964-65.

This is the per pupil cost figure most commonly used for comparative
purposes.

73. Increase in Current Expense Per Pupil in ADA from 1954-55 to 1964-65.

SOURCE: Computed from data in Biennial Report of State Superintendent
of Public Instruction and (72) above.

This gives the average increase per pupil for the last ten years.

74. Percent Increase in Current Expense Per Pupil in ADA from 1954-55 to
1964-65.

SOURCE: Computed from data in Biennial Report of State Superintendent
of Public Instruction and (72) above.

This table expresses as a percent the increase in current expense per
pupil for the last ten years,

75. Expenditure Per Pupil in ADA for Administration. 1964-65.

SOURCE: Computed from data in County Superintendents Annual Financial
Reports, 1964-65 and Principals' Annual Report on Attendance,
1964-65.

This gives the average cost per pupil for administering the schools of
a county. It includes expenditures such as salaries and expenses of
the superintendent, school board and administrative personnel. It also
includes such expenses as legal services, supplies, printing, and
similar costs of administration.


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71 72 73 74 75
Total Current Current Expense Increase Percent Increase Expenditure
Expenses (K-12), Par Pupil in Current in Current Per Pupil
All Funds, in ADA Expense Per Expense Par in ADA for
Counties 1964-65* (K-12) Pupil in Pupil in ADA Administration
1964-65 ADA From From 1954-55 1964-65
1954-55 to to 1964-65
1964-65

Amount Rank Amount Rank Amount Rank Percent Rank Amount Rank
Alachua .5,967,168(1) (13) $334.56(1) (56) $109.16 (58) 48.43% (58) $ 5.94(1) (59)
Baker 734,300 (58) 365.51 (36) 133.04 (47) 57.23 (45) 16.76 (13)
Say 4,856,978 (19) 318.22 (63) 107.29 (60) 50.87 (53) 5.49 (64)
Bradford 1,227,015 (42) 362.38 (39) 151.76 (29) 72.05 (24) 10.82 (36)
BrEvard 16.69t072 ( 1 382.41 (29) 157.16 (23)1 69.77 (271) 10.02 (43)
Browvrd 31,255,713 3) 402.70 (19) 170.67 (17) 73.56 (21) 11.56 (31)
Calhoun 811,547 (54) 412.58 (17) 190.01 ( 9) 85.37 ( 8) 18.11 (10)
Charlotte 1,304,680 (40) 530.36 ( 1) 201.22 ( 6) 61.14 (39) 21.90 ( 9)
Citrus 1,085,568 (46) 424.55 (14) 141.98 (39) 50.25 (54) 13.57 (20)
Cli6.635.997 ) 313.59 (65 103.85 (62) 49.-1 J21 ;4.0- (281
Collier 2,039,999 (31) 433.03 (12) 192.94 (8) 80.36 (15) i6.89 (12
Columbia 1,934,812 (33) 346.74 (47) 128.00 (51) 58.52 (44) 8.79 (49)
Dad* 85,933,450 ( 1) 461.73 ( 7) 186.98 (10) 68.05 (30) 9.38 (48)
De Soto 765,345 (56) 324.16 (62) 97,86 (65) 43.24 (62) 11.73 (30)
Dixie 57t9.196 (60) 446.91 (4g) j38.00 ()1 0.0I7 602 28.26 ( 6


Duval
Bicambia
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33,437,111 ( 2)
14,473,359 (10)
472.587 (62)


309.b (Ot))
341.92 (49)
391.21 (25)


111.05 (57)
144.08 (37)
145.54 (34)


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72.83
59.24


(22) 6.43 (55)
(42) 24.34 (7)


Franklin 529,110 (61) 367.69 (34) 130.03 (50) 54.71 (48) 15.24 (15)
OGadsden 3.053.716 (2318.1041 1 146.69 (321 81.38 ( 7l 6.0 (5l81
Oilchrist 416,341 (64) 527.68 (2) 236.63 (1) 81.31 (i2) 2.81 (4)
cldae 3886205 (65) 482.24 (4) 165.01 (18) 52.02 (52) 29.79 (5)
Gulf 1,035,267 (50) 394.54 (23) 185.66 (11) 88.88 6) 14.39 (17)
Hamilton 766,395 (55) 381.48 (30) 152.18 (28) 66.37 33) 13.51 (22)
lardee 991.847 (51) 384.36 (43) 154.6 (261 11.44 1181 0.104 I331
Hendry 861,437 (53) 362.71 (38) 94.50 (67) 35.2 (67) 17.10 (11)
Hernendo 1,048,675 (48) 388.69 (26) 159.57 (21) 69.64 (28) 12.82 (24)
Highlands 2,051,421 (30) 395.49 (22) 139.20 (42) 54.31 (49) 10.35 (40)
Hillsborough 28,729,612 ( 4) 332,02 (60) 115.03 (56) 53.01 (50) 5.92 (60)
Holmes 1.043.404 (49) 394.48 (24) 194.97 ( 7) 97.72 (J 11 10.9 1371
Indian River 2,580,107 (27) 402.95 (18) 179.60 (14) 80.41 () it77 (29)
Jackson 2,708,406 (26) 332.48 (59) 139.64 (41) 72.41 (23) 5.71 (62)
Jefferson 919,671 (52) 348.36 (46) 145.73 (33) 71.92 (25) 12.36 (25)
Lafayette 3110875 (67) 489.60 162.80 (20) 49.82 (55) 36.42 (2)
ake 5.049.283 (g) 401.92 183.66- (13 84,15 (10)
Lee 5,239,008 (17) 387'53 ( 14.99 (16) 82.33 () 15.00 (16)
Leon 5,551,154(2) (16) 339.25(2) (51) 126.41 (52) 59,39 (41) 5.80(2) (61)
Levy 1,060,084 (47) 415.39 (16) 147.22 (31) 54.90 (47) 16.56 (14)
Liberty 387,468 (66) 475.42 ( 5) 141.07 (40) 42.19 (63) 39.00 ( 1)
Madison 1.271.380 (41) 353.95 (64) 157.22 (22) 79.92 (161 9.14 (W,
Manatee 5,654,314 (15) 387.04 (28) 177.69 (15) 84.88 (9) 9.93 (44)
Marion 4,549,726 (21) 335.77 (55) 102,76 (63) 44.10 (61) 6.43 (55)
Martin 1,738,908 (34) 420.03 (15) 137.92 (44) 48.89 (57) 13.53 (21)
Monroe 3,740,906 (22) 458.05 ( 8) 218.64 ( 2) 91.32 ( 3) 12.93 (23)
Nassau 1.641.394 (35) 333.14 (A5V) 96,14 (6O) 40.57 (65) 9,81 (47)
Okaloose 5,746,038 (14) 326.00 (61) 126.28 (53) 63.23 (38) 7.19 (53)
Okeechobee 733,248 (57) 344.09 (48) 99.43 (64) 40.64 (64) 13.81 18)
Orange 22,898,953 ( 6) 359.46 (41) 143.80 (38) 66.68 (31) 3.72 (67)
Osceola 1,504,213 (37) 369.86 (33) 104.96 (61) 39.62 (66) 10.71 (38)
Palm Beach 22,054,896 ( 7) 431.97 (13) 204.63 ( 5) 90.01 ( 5) 11.15 (32)
Pasco 2,424,954 (28) 336.15 (54) 132.60 (48) 65.14 (34) 8.67 (50)
Pinellas 28,655,599 ( 5) 451.15 ( 9) 215.25 ( 3) 91.25 ( 4) 4.91 (65)
Polk 16,667,757 9) 362.86 (37) 151.57 (30) 71.74 (26) 6.55 (54)
Putnam 2,749,796 (25) 339.40 (50) 137.91 (45) 68.45 (29) 7.43 (52)
St. Johns 2.018,444 (32) 338.10 (52) 145.04 (35) 75.13 (20) 7.28 (51)
St. Lucia 3,393,029 (23) 356.34 (42) 152.96 (27) 75.21 (19) 10.61 (39)
Santa Ross 2,386,718 (29) 334.51 (57) 125.98 (54) 60.41 (40) 10.32 (41)
Sarasota 6,402,662 (12) 436.24 (11) 213.13 ( 4) 95.53 ( 2) 12.25 (26)
Seminole 4,567,064 (20) 313.01 (66) 107.52 (59) 52.32 (51) 4.27 (66)
Sumter 1.162.691 (441 371.35 (32) 137.12 (46) 58.54 (43) 13.79 (19)
Suwannee 1,411,487 (39) 367.19 (35) 164.66 (19) 81.30 (13) 11.14 (33)
Taylor 1,207,710 (43) 336.97 (53) 130.80 (49) 63.44 (37) 11.12 (34)
Union 457,164 (63) 398.92 (21) 156.92 (24) 64.84 (35) 22.05 ( 8)
Volusia 10,582,943 (11) 373.70 (31) 120.26 (55) 47.45 (59) 9.89 (46)
Wakulla 608.442 (59) 471.66 (6) 184.45 (12) 64.22 (36) 29.88 (3)
Walton 1,427,169 (38) 361.58 (40) 144.59 (36) 66.63 (32) 10.10 (42)
Washinaton 1.113.788 (45) 351.24 (451 154.87 (25) 78.87 (17) 11.92 (27)
TOTAL $428,699,777 ( $382.98 $156.77 69.301 $ 8.38
* Excludes federal school lunch and school milk funds
(1) Excludes P. K. Yonge
(2) Excludes Florida High and Florida A & H High







76, Expenditure Per Pupil in ADA for Instruction. 1964-65.

SOURCE: Computed from data in County Superintendents Annual Financial
Reports, 1964-65 and Principals Annual Report on Attendance,
1964-65.

This includes expenditures for salaries of supervisors, principals,
and teachers, textbooks, library expenses except for new books,
classroom supplies, and other activities aiding the teaching of
students or improving the quality of teaching.

77. Expenditure Per Pupil in ADA for Operation of Plant, 1964-65.

SOURCE: Computed from data in County Superintendents Annual Financial
Reports, 1964-65 and Principals Annual Report on Attendance,
1964-65.

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.

78. Expenditure Per Pupil in ADA for Maintenance, 1964-65.

SOURCE: Computed from data in County Superintendents Annual Financial
Reports, 1964-65 and Principals' Annual Report on Attendance,
1964-65.

These are the expenses for keeping the grounds, building, and
equipment at their original condition of completeness and efficiency
through repairs.

79. Expenditure Per Pupil in ADA for Auxiliary Services. 1964-65.

SOURCE: Computed from data in County Superintendents Annual Financial
Reports, 1964-65 and Principals' Annual Report on Attendance,
1964-65.

These are the operating expenses for services such as transportation,
health, attendance and food services. It does not include expenditure
of Federal School Lunch and School Milk funds or capital outlay
expenditures for school buses or other new equipment.

80. Expenditure Per Pupil in ADA for Fixed Charges, 1964-65.

SOURCE: Computed from data in County Superintendents Annual Financial
Reports, 1964-65 and Principals' Annual Report on Attendance,
1964-65.

These are expenses of a generally recurrent nature such as insurance,
rent, commissions, and election expenses.


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76 77 78 79 80

Expenditure Expenditure Expenditue Expenditure Expenditure
Per Pupil Per Pupil Per Pupil Per pupil Per Pupil
in ADA for in ADA for in ADA for in ADA for in ADA for
Counties Instruction Operation Maintenance Auxiliary Fixed Charges
1964-65 of Plant 1964-65 Services 1964-65
1964-65 1964-65


Amount Rank Amount Rank Amount Rank Amount Rank Amount Rank


Alachua $286.65(1) (39) $18.3C
Baker 283.89 (43) 19.64
Bay 273.05 (55) 19.6(
Bradford 284.30 (42) 21.94
Brevard 303.89 (27) 28.05
Brouard 339.07 (13) 30.65
Calhoun 382.24 ( 2) 21.2;
Charlotte 378.66 ( 5) 37.54
Citrus 326.15 (16) 28.05
Clay 244.20 (67) 19.95
Collier 354.97 ( 7) 28.29
Columbia 280.28 (47) 19.09
Dade 383.20 ( 1) 38.1!
De Soto 265.63 (60) 15.1l
Dixie 298.48 (31) 33.6,
Duval 259.71 (64) 23.28
Escambia 285.33 (41) 23.23
Flagler 300.46 (29) 25.28
Franklin 289.32 (36) 27.49
Gadsden 263.98 (62) 13.3
Oilchrist 379.97 ( 3) 24.9;
Glades 343.09 (10) 30.66
Gulf 297.62 (33) 31.39
Hamilton 292.31 (35) 24.45
Hardee 289.03 (37) 17.96
Hendry 281.42 (45) 27.1
Hernando 310.55 (21) 23.4;
Highlands 321.60 (18) 18.5!
Hillsborough 274.37 (54) 27,05
Holmes 308.26 (23) 16.68
Indian River 320.45 (19) 30.0(
Jackson 278.04 (51) 11.71
Jefferson 266.69 (58) 19.1
Lafayette 342.05 (11) 29.0!
Lake 330.80 (15) 29.54
Lee 312.13 (20) 25.2;
Leon 282.64(2) (44) 24.18
Levy 309.94 (22) 20.78
Liberty 334.84 (14) 38.0(
Madison 278.78 (50) 1.9
Manatee 304.06 (26) 30.4
Marion 276.05 (52) 23.34
Martin 322.95 (17) 28.7!
Monroe 347.52 ( 9) 36.1
Nassau 258.21 (66) 21.21
Okaloosa 264.21 (61) 18.31
Okeechobee 280.63 (46) 17.77
Orange 301.75 (28) 24.28
Osceola 300.05 (30) 23.20
Palm Beach 349.30 ( 8) 34.8
Pasco 271.70 (57) 22.7,
Pinellas 379.83 ( 4) 34.98
Polk 304.43 (25) 20.14
Putnam 272.47 (56) 21.24
St. Johns 275.45 (53) 22.64
St. Lucie 294.90 (34) 21.51
Santa Rose 260.20 (63) 23.11
sarasota 356.44 ( 6) 28.89
Seminole 259.67 (65) 22.57
pSuter 297.83 (32) 20.56
Suvannee 287.66 (38) 15.8(
Taylor 266.32 (59) 18.0;
Union 285.77 (40) 21.6(
Volusia 306.94 (24) 27.31
Wakulla 341.74 (12) 25.11
Walton 280.23 (48) 17.2
Washington 278.91 (41) 16.08
TOTAL $315.44 $27.8
(1) Excludes P. K. Yonge
(2) Excludes Florida High and Florida A & M High


2 $12.28


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9.68 (41)
7.65 (59)
13.33 (20)
18.98 ( 9)
8.94 (49)
12.00 (30)
38.53 ( 1)
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11.68 (33)
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11.17 (37)
10.41 (39)
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30.41 ( 3)
16.56 (13)
17.34 (11)
9.03 (48)
8.60 (523)
11.26 (35)
9.17 (45)
24.22 ( 5)
10.64 (38)
4.68 (67)
12.16 (28)
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16.82 (12)
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11.73 (32)
13.61 (181
8.40 (54)
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6.57 (64)
20.17 ( 8)
8.63 (51)
8.86 (50)
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26.28 (23)
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30.01 (18)
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13.19 (54)
45.77 ( 7)
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13.42 (53)
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17.02 (42)
16.23 (464)
54.94 (2)
53,66 (3)
25.73 (25)
37.11 (12)
22.46 (31)
17.54 (31)
25.69 (26)
14.14 (50)
7.84 (65)
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14.66 (49)
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12.37 (56)
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29.17 (20)
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3.71 (59)
2.90 (65)
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2.97 (64)
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4.34 (55)
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81. Percent of Current Expense Devoted to Instruction, 1964-65.


SOURCE: Computed from data in County Superintendents Annual Financial
Report, 1964-65.

Current expense is the total of all expenditures made for current
operation and maintenance of the schools, Expenditures for instruction
include salaries of supervisors, principals and teachers, textbooks,
library expenses except for new books, classroom supplies and expenses
for other activities aiding the teaching of students or improving
the quality of teaching.

82, Average Annual Salary Paid Principals. Teachers, and Other Instructional
Staff. 1964-65.

SOURCE: Computed from data in County Superintendents Annual Financial
Report, 1964-65 and County Superintendents Annual Report
on Personnel, Attendance and Miscellaneous Summaries, 1964-65.

This is an average of the annual salaries paid all instructional
personnel excluding supervisors. It does not include salaries
paid the county superintendent or his administrative aides. Salaries
paid substitute teachers are deducted. It does include all supplements
and additional salaries paid twelve month personnel in the summer
program.

83. Increase in Average Annual Salary Paid Principals. Teachers and Other
Instructional Staff from 1954-55 to 1964-65.

SOURCE: Computed from data in Biennial Report of State Superintendent
of Public Instruction and (82) above.

This shows the amount of the increase in average annual salaries for
the ten year period.

84, Percent Increase in Average Annual Salary Paid Principals. Teachers and
Other Instructional Staff from 1954-55 to 1964-65.

SOURCE: Computed from data in Biennial Report of State Superintendent
of Public Instruction and (82) above.

This shows the percent of increase in average annual salaries for the
ten year period.

85. Total Expenditure for Capital Outlay (K-12). 1964-65.

SOURCE: County Superintendents Annual Financial Reports, 1964-65,

These are the expenditures which result in the acquisition affixed
assets or additions to fixed assets. They include expenditures for
purchase of land or existing buildings, additions to buildings,
remodeling of buildings and initial or additional equipment,
Expenditures for initial or additional pupil transportation vehicles
and for initial school library books are included,


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81 82 83 84 85

Percent of Average Annual Increase In Percent Increase Total
Currant Salary Paid Average Annual in Average Annual Expenditure
Expense Principals, Salary Paid Salary Paid for Capital
Counties Devoted to Teachers, Principals, Principals, Outlay (K-12)
Instruction and Other Teachers, and Teachers, and All Funds,
1964-65 Instructional Other Instructional Other Instruc- 1964-65
Staff Staff From tional Staff From
1964-65* 1954-55 to 1964-65 1954-55 to 1964-65
Percent Rank Amount Rank Amount Rank Percent Rank Amount Rank


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brovard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
ClaI!"a
Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Soto
Dixie
Duval
EBcambisa
Flagler
Franklin
Gadeden
Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
pardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
,olmes
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Haditon
Manatee
SMarion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okalooea
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Paaco
Pinellaa
Polk
Putnam
9, JInksa


86.10% (1)
77.67 (48)
85.81 ( 2)
78.45 (43)
79.47 (37)
84.20 ( 3)
79.56 (35)
71.40 (63)
76.82 (53)
77.87 (46)
81.97 (19)
80.83 (29)
82.99 (11)
81.94 (20)
66.79 (67)
83.90 ( 6)
83.45 (10)
76.81 (54)
78.68 (41)
82.99 (Il)
72.01 (61)
71.14 (64)
75.44 (58)
76,62 (55)
81.56 (221
77.59 (49)
79,90 (34)
81.32 (25)
82.64 (15)
78.14 (45)
79.5,3 (36)
83.62 ( 9)
76.55 (56)
69.86 (66)
82.31 (16)
80.54 (31)
83.69 ( 8)
74.61 (59)
70.43 (65)
78 76 (40)
78.56 (42)
82.22 (17)
76.89 (52)
75.87 .(57)
77.51 (50)
81.05 (27)
81.56 (22)
83.95 ( 5)
81.14 (26)
80.86 (28)
80.83 (29)
84.19 (4)
83.90 (6)
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5,561.19 (31)
5,405.76 (44)
5,238.47 (54)
5.940.32 (14)
6,855.52 ( 2)
5,668.22 (24)
5,920.97 (16)
5,711.62 (22)
5.117.10 (59)
6,341.21 ( 5)
5,484.19 (35)
7,098.89 ( 1)
5,022.77 (64)
4.875.51 (66)
5,431.28 (40)
5,930.64 (15)
5,484.92 (34)
5,025.81 (63)
5.204.56 (56)
5,097.14 (61)
4,761.28 (67)
5,411.32 (43)
5,043.01 (62)
5.592.67 (28)
5,287.86 (50)
5,472.43 (38)
5,821.10 (19)
5,752.00 (20)
5.505.72 (32)
6,043.48 (11)
5,482.84 (36)
5,414.79 (42)
5,105.16 (60)
5.904.23 (17)
6,153.58 ( 7)
5,171.49 (58)
5,383.32 (45)
5,586.61 (29)
5.172.47 (57)
5,688.83 (23)
5,339.43 (46)
5,884.41 (18)
6,150.31 ( 8)
3.217.92 (55)
5,297.21 (49)
5,646.97 (26)
5,969.41 (13)-
5,~r82.58 (37)
6.681.26 ( 4)
5,565.50 (30)
6,828.70 ( 3)
6,176.21 ( 6)
5,498.81 (33)
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2,447.92 ( 8)
1,808.14 (53)
1,786.73 (56)
2.237.06 (22)
2,689.12 ( 4)
2,307.25 (16)
2,138.17 (30)
2,240.30 (21)
1.931.32 (48)
2,691.53 ( 3)
2,221.14 (23)
2,750.55 ( 2)
1,596.63 (64)
1.413.56 (65)
1,310.02 (66)
2,331.98 (15)
2,132.70 (32)
1,741.59 (57)
2,088.66 (36)
1,791.25 (54)
1,269.63 (67)
2,173.35 (25)
1,676.81 (63)
2.266.13 (18)
1,700.51 (60)
2,010.11 (41)
2,137.39 (31)
1,708.05 (59)
2.297.43 (17)
2,474.40 ( 7)
2,358.27 (13)
2,186.56 (24)
1,788.55 (55)
2,257.99 (19)
2,410.24 (11)
1,699.02 (62)
1,885.74 (49)
1,996.65 (42)
1.973.93 (46)
2,167.35 (26)
1,699.87 (61)
2,249.12 (20)
2,429.15 ( 9)
1.812.19 (52)
2,102.17 (34)
2,160.74 (27)
2,021.82 (40)
1,984.90 (44)
2.615.33 ( 5)
2,024.44 (39)
2,811.14 ( 1)
2,383.23 (12)
2;087.97 (37)
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51.76
60.41
64.54
68.65
56.52
64.55
60.62
73.75
68.07
63.26
46.60

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63.62
53.03
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54,18
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49.81
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61.71
61.55
46.71
61.87
65.28
53.21
65.79
61.98
51.22
56.75
64.32
57.17
69.97
62.83
61.22
72 8Al


(53)
(1)
(56)
(54)
(38)
(22)
(11)
(44)
(21)
(37)
(4)
(13)
(27)
(62)

(67)
(20)
(26)
(52)
(16)
(47)
(66)
(15)
(57)

(60)
(40)
(41)
(64)
{ 7)
(10)
( 3)
(14)
(48)
(30)
(23)
(58)
(49)
(45)
(32)
(33)
(61)
(31)
(19)
(51)
(18)




(8)
(28)
(35)
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$ 636,206 (18)
451,357 (23)
55,714 (49)
19,797 (64)
8.952,575 ( 4)
5,350,920 ( 5)
67,975 (47)
160,991 (35)
150,349 (36)
115.981 (43)
579,777 (19)
106,322 (44)
10,728,929 ( 1)
116,705 (42)
43.630 (54)
8,919,564 ( 3)
1,964,058 (10)
34,587 (57)
129,969 (40)
471.981 (22)
53,130 (50)
16,395 (66)
76,940 (46)
367,914 (27)
30.052 (59)
184,763 (33)
121,324 (41)
133,027 (39)
4,020,959 ( 7)
225.976 (31)
973,264 (16)
21,163 (63)
45,849 (53)
48,668 (52)
284.764 (29)
1,871,737 (11)
1,331,019 (13)
56,993 (48)
7,223 (67)
29.758 (60)
1,022,423 (15)
1,089,104 (14)
426,759 (24)
271,337 (30)
37.701 (s6)
895,858 (17)
136,333 (37)
9,412,415 ( 2)
416,848 (25)
4.640.520 ( 6)
200,968 (32)
3,585,840 ( 8)
3,266,781 ( 9)
105,660 (45)
A 170 6L l


St. Lucie 82.76 (14) 6,066.43 (10) 2,564.65 ( 6) 73.24 ( 5) 5[,230 (21)
Santa Rosa 77.79 (47) 5,251.40 (52) 2,095.13 (35) 66.38 (17) 32,253 (58)
Sarasota 81.71 (21) 6,109.69 ( 9) 2,152.45 (28) 54.39 (46) 1,427,077 (12)
Seminole 82.96 (13) 5,646.39 (27) 1,976.49 (45) 53.86 (50) 562,863 (20)
Sumter 80.20 (33) 5.329.08 (47) 1.718.30 (58) 47.59 (59) 164.664 (34)
Suwannee 78.34 (44) 5,241.16 (53) 2,148.43 (29) 69.47 ( 9) 286,103 (28)
Taylor 79.03 (39) 5,470.72 (39) 2,355.42 (14) 75.61 ( 2) 24,744 (62)
Union 71.63 (62) 5,016.77 (65) 1,846.17 (51) 58.23 (39) 17,813 (65)
Volusia 82.13 (18) 5,984.65 (12) 1,869.37 (50) 45.43 (63) 398,915 (26)
Wakulla 72.46 (60) 5.257.54 (51) 1.990,44 (43) 60.92 (36) 135.379 (38)
Walton 77.51 (50) 5,317.41 (48) 2,025.49 (38) 61.53 (34) 40,858 (55)
Washington 79.41 (38) 5.417.48 (41) 2.120.74 (33) 64.33 (24) 50.388 (51)
TOTAL 82.38% $6,133.37 $2,282.61 59.28% $78,149,506
* Excludes Supervisors


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Total Outstanding Indebtedness as of June 30. 1965.


SOURCE: County Superintendents Annual Financial Reports, 1964-65.

This includes all indebtedness such as local bond issues, revenue
certificates, and State Board of Education bonds issued in behalf
of the county.

87. Outstanding Indebtedness Per Pupil in ADA, 1964-65.

SOURCE: Computed from data in County Superintendents Annual Financial
Reports, 1964-65 and Principals'Annual Attendance Reports,
1964-65.

This is the average outstanding debt as of June 30, 1965, per pupil
(grades 1-12) in average daily attendance, 1964-65.

88. Total Debt Service Payment. All Funds (Principal and Interest). 1964-65.

SOURCE: County Superintendents Annual Financial Reports, 1964-65.

This includes payments of principal and interest on loans, local
bond issues, revenue certificates, State Board of Education bonds
issued in behalf of the county and accounts of prior years,

89. Debt Service Per Pupil in ADA. All Funds. 1964-65.

SOURCE: Computed from data in County Superintendents Annual Financial
Reports, 1964-65 and Principals'Annual Attendance Reports,
1964-65.

This was derived by dividing the average daily attendance (grades 1-12)
into the total debt service payments, including principal and interest
in 1964-65.

90. Debt Service Expenditures as a Percent of Revenue Receipts, 1964-65.

SOURCE: Computed from County Superintendents Annual Financial Reports,
1964-65.

This shows the relationship between the expenditures for debt service
and the total current revenue receipts. Balances brought forward
from the previous years are not included in revenue receipts.


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86 87 88 89 90

Total Outstanding Total Debt Debt Service Debt Service
Outstanding Indebtedness Service Per Pupil Expenditures
Indebtedness Per Pupil Payments, in ADA, as a Percent
Counties As of in ADA, All Funds, All Funds, of Revenue
June 30, 1965 1964-65 (Principal and 1964-65 Receipte*
Interest) 1964-65
1964-65


Amount Rank Amount Rank Amount Rank Amount Rank Percent Rank
a9 4 12 )


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevartd
Btrayrd
Brovward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrui
Clav
Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Soto
Dixie
Duval
Escambia
Fliager
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardlee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lqke
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
Stc. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rose
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla
Walton


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( 3,901,000 (19)
678,000 (39)
4,711,000 (18)
767,000 (36)
22.029.000 ( 6
28,754,932 (5)
258,000 (58)
1,918,000 (29)
171,000 (62)
703.o00 (38)
3,827,000 (20)
1,991,334 (27)
34,932,000 ( 3)
239,954 (59)
218.750 (60)
48,130,623 ( 1)
12,533,126 (10)
262,000 (57)
509,000 (48)
508.000 (49)
25,853 (66)
182,500 (61)
308,000 (54)
936,030 (34)
528.578 (47)
611,000 (42)
403,000 (51)
733,478 (37)
21,115,000 ( 7)
632.000 (41)
3,508,000 (22)
1,335,000 (30)
325,000 (53)
-0- (67)
6.123,500 (15)
9,210,000 (12)
7,245,600 (13)
155,000 (64)
566,250 (43)
540.000 (45)
6,874,000 (14)
5,228,000 (17)
536,800 (46)
3,029,000 (23)
1.094.331. (32)
2,649,250 (25)
298,000 (55)
34,505,500 ( 4)
291,000 (56)
42.681.250 ( 2)
1,050,750 (33)
16,114,405 ( 8)
10,830,000 (11)
1,130,000 (31)
2.747.277 (24)
1,931,000 (28)
2,564,102 (26)
5,988,515 (16)
3,825,000 (21)
335,000 (52)
500,500 (50)
867,700 (35)
140,975 (65)
13,465,000 ( 9)
168.000 (63)
546,000 (44)
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$222.17 (36)
337.48 (23)
308.65 (24)
226.52 (34)
504.71 ( 8)
370.48 (19)
140.83 (49)
779.67 ( 3)
70.90 (63)
134.75 (53)
812.35 ( 2)
356.87 (21)
188.22 (41)
101.63 (61)
176.13 (42)
445.59 (14)
296,08 (25)
225.67 (35)
353.72 (22)
2,.92 (65)
34.61 (66)
247.29 (29)
117.38 (59)
465.92 (12)
188,85 (40)
257.26 (27)
149.37 (46)
141.41 (48)
244.02 (30)
238.94 (32)
547.87 ( 6)
163.88 (43)
126.41 (57)
-0- (67)
487.42 (11)
681.26 ( 5)
411.87 (15)
60.74 (64)
739.23 ( 4)
150.33 (44)
503.77 ( 9)
385.83 (17)
129.66 (56)
370.88 (18)
222.11 (37)
150.30 (45)
139.84 (50)
541.87 ( 7)
71.55 (62)
835.97 ( 1)
145.65 (47)
255.80 (28)
235.77 (33)
139.47 (51)
460.18 (13)
202.79 (39)
359.37 (20)
408.02 (16)
262.15 (26)
106.99 (60)
130.20 (55)
242.10 (31)
123.01 (58)
501.77 (10)
130.23 (54)
138.33 (52)
9 a, (%Aa\


TOTAL $381,579,063 $341.91 $35,401,657 $31.57 6.78%
* Disregarding balance* brought forward


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54,017 (51)
497,819 (18)
84,542 (40)
1.286.768 ( 9)
3,072,919 ( 3)
31,012 (60)
146,727 (32)
19,828 (64)
101.160 (35)
299,556 (24)
224,031 (27)
4,704,634 ( 1)
27,423 (61)
40,871 (56)
4,082,215 (2)
2,096,686 (4)
47,432 (54)
50,777 (53)
71.672 (42)
24,361 (62)
10,055 (66)
71,454 (43)
99,518 (37)
92.079 (18)
67,044 (44)
64,801 (47)
139,962 (33)
1,835,682 ( 7)
66.329 (45)
295,953 (25)
154,502 (30)
34,295 (57)
S (67)
674.829 (15)
651,193 (16)
647,976 (17)
41,482 (55)
56,820 (50)
64.413 (48)
738,738 (12)
419,350 (19)
85,701 (39)
312,674 (23)
153.051 (31)
235,791 (26)
34,268 (58)
2,057,815 ( 5)
32,361 (59)
1.794.668 ( 8)
160,411 (29)
1,851,834 ( 6)
1,071,885 (11)
118,822 (34)
341.874 (22)
210,518 (28)
352,722 (21)
720,097 (13)
355,878 (20)
51.268 (52)
80,304 (41)
99,661 (36)
.20,114 (63)
1,225,035 (10)
14.570 (65)
58,059 (49)
65 043 (46A


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J3I.tO \&7)
26.89 (36)
32.62 (24)
24.97 (39)
29.48 (30,
39.59 (15)
15.77 (56)
59.65 ( 3)
7.75 (65)
19.39 (49)
63.59 (2)
40,15 (14)
25.28 (37)
11.62 (62)
,31.54 (26)
37.79 (18)
49.53 ( 8)
39.26 (16)
35.29 (21)
7.47 (66)
30.88 (29)
12.49 (61)
27.23 (34)
49.54 ( 7)
32.90 (23)
28.23 (32)
24.02 (41)
26.98 (35)
21.21 (45)
25.08 (38)
46.22 (12)
18.97 (50)
12.99 (60)
(67)
53.72 ( 5)
48.17 (11)
36.83 (20)
16.25 (54)
69.72 ( 1)
17.93 (51)
50.57 ( 6)
30.95 (28)
20.70 (47)
38.29 (17)
31.06 (27)
13.38 (59)
16.08 (55)
32.30 (25)
7.96 (64)
35.15 (22)
22.24 (43)
29.15 (31)
23.33 (42)
14.67 (58)
57.27 (4)
22.11 (44)
49.44 ( 9)
49.06 (10)
24.39 (40)
16.37 (53)
20.89 (46)
27.81 (33)
17.55 (52)
43.26 (13)
11.29 (63)
14.71 (57)
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5.84 (35)
8.45 (17)
6.24 (29)
5.43 (37)
8.24 (20)
3.61 (54)
9.07 (15)
1.53 (66)
4.69 (49)
10.79 ( 6)
9.67 (11)
4.96 (47)
2.96 (60)
2.90 (34)
10,09 (9)
10.85 ( 5)
8.30 (19)
8.17 (21)
2.01 (64)
5.23 (40)
2.19 (62)
6.60 (31)
11.19 ( 3)
8.02 (22)
6.41 (28)
5.50 (46)
5.95 (33)
5.37 (38)
5,74 (36)
9.13 (14)
5.10 (44)
3.22 (59)
(67)
10.69 (7)
9.73 (10)
8.35 (18)
3.42 (58)
11.10 ( 4)
4.60 (50)
10.14 ( 8)
7.62 (24)
4.28 (51)
7.10 (26)
7.73 (23)
2.84 (61)
3,53 (56)
7.19 (25)
1.84 (65)
6.02 (32)
5.07 (45)
5.30 (39)
5.20 (41)
3.78 (53)
13.61 ( 1)
5.15 (43)
12.40 ( 2)
8.97 (16)
6.23 (30)
3.51 (57)
4.77 (48)
6.45 (27)
3.92 (52)
9.21 (13)
2.13 (63)
3.56 (55)
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91. Transported ADA as a Percent of Total ADA (1-12) 1964-65,

SOURCE: Computed fm m Principals Annual Attendance Reports.

This gives the percent of pupils (grades 1-12) who were transported
at public expense.

92. School Bus Mileage. Morning Trio Only, 1964-65.

SOURCE: "Summary of Mid-Year Transportation Reports of County
Superintendents 1964-65 School Year," SDE.

This is the combined mileage of all school buses, one way (morning
trip). It excludes mileage of passenger cars and commercial vehicles.
Doubling this figure will give the approximate total daily mileage.

93. Percent of School Bus Drivers Who Were Female. 1964-65.

SOURCE: Computed from data in "Summary of Mid-Year Transportation
Reports of County Superintendents 1964-65 School Year," SDE.

94. Average Monthly Salary of Bus Drivers of County-Owned School Buses. 1964-65.

SOURCE: "Summary of Mid-Year Transportation Reports of County
Superintendents 1964-65 School Year," SDE.

95, Calculated Cost Per Bus Mile. Regular Routes. Passenger Cars. and Activity
Trios. 1964-65.

SOURCE: State Department of Education Records, Transportation Section.

This is the total cost of transportation per bus mile. It includes
operating expenditures, calculated bus depreciation, insurance, and
cost of shop equipment.


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91 92 93 94 95

Transported School Bus Percent of Average Calculated
ADA as a Mileage, School Bus Monthly Coat Per Bus
Percent of Morning Drivers Who Salary of Mile, Regular
Counties Total ADA Trip Only Were Female Bus Drivers Routes,
(1-12) 1964-65 1964-65 of County- Passenger
1964-65 Owned School Cars, and
Buses, 1964-65 Activity Trips
1964-65

Percent Rank Miles Rank Percent Rank Amount Rank Amount Rank
.--- ..,. 1


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Soto
Dixie
Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchriat
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillaborough
Holmes
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Meadison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nasrsu
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volus i
Wakulla
Walton
Washin2ton
TOTAL


37.60% (46)
53.91 (22)
33.44 (54)
51.62 (27)
36.44 (48)
23.38 (65)
51.86 (25)
59.47 (12)
62.60 ( 8)
50.32 (28)
38.91 (45)
43.30 (39)
10.75 (67)
31.60 (56)
46.94 (31)
24.36 (64)
41.75 (41)
43.32 (38)
18.07 (66)
61.18 ( 9)
60.51 (11)
47.15 (30)
28,01 (60)
44.75 (35)
54.31 (20)
24.76 (63)
54.45 (19)
33.26 (55)
25.34 (62)
71.90 ( 2
41.31 (42)
64.80 (5)
62.82 ( 7)
70.64 (3)
41.31 (42)
33.69 (52)
35.74 (49)
46.55 (32)
59.01 (13)
57.46 (16)
36.47 (47)
46.53 (33)
55.87 (18)
26.33 (61)
44.41 (36)
55.92 (17)
58.65 (14)
28.16 (58)
43.89 (37)
31.04 (57)
54.01 (21)
28.11 (59)
34.19 (50)
42.03 (40)
48.58 (29)
33.86 (51)
53.71 (24)
40.38 (44)
44.87 (34)
53.78 (23)
63.14 ( 6)
51h81 (26)
70.59 ( 4)
33.60 (53)
75.50 ( 1)
58.02 (15)
61.01 (10)
30.65%


1,876.3
341.3
1,043.0
628.0
4.651.4
4,295.1
510.2
243.1
676.0
999.8
649.3
1,166.4
5,195.9
318.7
427.6
5,780.4
4,032.5
305.0
208.0
1.353.6
352.0
303.0
263.0
631.3
504.3
282.7
462.6
994.2
5,178.5
960.1
1,022.0
1,830.0
816.9
512.0
1.488.2
2,156.0
1,457.8
846.1
322.1
1,044.6
1,530,0
1,947.5
767.7
983.2
771.7
3,075.8
375.5
3,950.0
540.9
3.727.0
997.5
4,412.0
3,666.0
948.9
1.075.4
1,192.3
1,524.8
1,263.0
1,635.8
518.1
1,426.5
799.0
402.8
1,914.8
453.8
1,328.0
846.6
98,504.5


(15)
(59)
(30)
(47)
(4)
( 6)
(51)
(66)
(44)
(32)
(45)
(27)
( 2)
(61)
(55L)
( 1)
(7)
(62)
(67)
(23)
(58)
(63)
(65)
(46)
(52)
(64)
(53)
(34)
( 3)

(31)
(16)
(40)
(50)
(20)
(12)
(21)
(39)
(60)
(29)
(18)
(13)
(43)
(35)
(11)
(57)
( 8)
(48)
( 9)
(33)
( 5)
(10)
(37)
(28)
(26)
(19)
(25)
(17)
(49)
(22)
(41)
(56)
(14)
(54)
(24)
(38)


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51.90% (34)
56.25 (29)
0.00 (62)
60.71 (22)
85.29 ( 6)
98.25 ( 2)
40.00 (40)
76.47 (13)
34.62 (47)
78.57 (11)
52.38 (33)
35.71 (45)
99.32 (1)
90.00 (4)
52.63 (32)
79.43 (10)
57.50 (27)
58.33 (26)
14.29 (56)
0.00 (62)
25.00 (52)
81.82 ( 8)
25.00 (52)
11.11 (58)
94.74 ( 3)
50.00 (35)
40.00 (40)
40.00 (40)
83.11 ( 7)
0.90 (62)
63.89 (20)
1.54 (61)
4.00 (60)
0.00 (62)
54.10 (31)
71.43 (18)
20.69 (54)
81.82 ( 8)
45.45 (39)
0.00 (62)
61.36 (21)
71.88 (17)
46.67 (38)
28.57 (50)
38.89 (43)
58.54 (25)
36.36 (44)
72.41 (16)
54.55 (30)
73.08 (15)
58.97 (24)
27.97 (51)
49.63 (36)
60.53 (23)
48.65 (37)
86.84 ( 5)
31.67 (49)
75,00 (14)
78.43 (12)
56.67 (28)
16.67 (55)
11.11 (58)
33.33 (48)
70.00 (19)
35.00 (46)
14.29 (56)
0.00 (62)
56.40%


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154.66 (41)
212.07 ( 5)
129.29 (62)
222.57 ( 2)
219.90 ( 3)
111.50 (65)
172.94 (20)
159.71 (37)
115.01 (64)
170.48 (24)
149.88 (47)
194.74 (7)
150.56 (44)
169.26 (26)
Contract
217.48 ( 4)
139.34 (54)
192.43 ( 9)
150.00 (46)
141.67 (52)
159.21 (38)
165.42 (31)
136.85 (57)
186.95 (11)
178.33 (16)
170.25 (25)
152.97 (42)
183.73 (12)
162.91 (32)
135.97 (58)
139.08 (55)
171.90 (21)
148.40 (50)
148.93 (49)
173.84 (18)
138.28 (56)
133.52 (60)
170.91 (23)
160.71 (35)
151.25 (43)
158.06 (40)
130.55 (61)
201.79 (6)
179.47 (15"
140.00 (53)
162.70 (33)
181.83 (13)
168.91 (28)
193.43 ( 8)
160.64 (36)
233.66 ( 1)
169.05 (27)
150.39 (45)
161.81 (34)
171.38 (22)
144.65 (51)
173.44 (19)
149.32 (48)
126.33 (63)
166.14 (30)
175.00 (17)
Contract
187.90 (10)
180.00 (14)
135.00 (59)
158.38 (39)
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96. Percent of Bus Miles Traveled on Unpaved Roads, 1964-65.

SOURCE: "Summary of Mid-Year Transportation Reports of County
Superintendents 1964-65 School Year," SDE,

97. Percent of Bus Travel on Regular Routes Without Pupils, 1964-65,

SOURCE: "Summary of Mid-Year Transportation Reports of County
Superintendents 1964-65 School Year," SDE.

98. Number of Transportation Units Earned. 1964-65.

SOURCE: Final Computation of Minimum Foundation Program, 1964-65, SDE.

99. Number of Transported Pupils Living Less Than Two Miles from School. 1964-65

SOURCE: "Summary of Mid-Year Transportation Reports of County
Superintendents 1964-65 School Year," SDE.

These pupils are transported at county expense and are not included
in the transported average daily attendance for computing transportation
units in the Minimum Foundation Program.

100. Transported Pupils Less Than Two Miles from School as a Percent of Togal
Transported Membership. 1964-65.

SOURCE: "Summary of Mid-Year Transportation Reports of County
Superintendents 1964-65 School Year," SDE.


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96 97 98 99 100
Transported
Percent of Percent of Number of Number of Pupils Less
Bus iHles Bus Travel Transportation Transported Than Two Miles
Traveled on Regular Units Earned Pupils Living From School
Counties on Unpaved Routes Without 1964-65 Less Than Two as a Percent
Roads Pupils Miles From of Total
1964-65 1964-65 School* Transported
1964-65 Membership
1964765
Percent Rank Percent Rank Number Rank Number Rank Percent Rank


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Soto
Pixte
Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
gaaden
Gilchrist
Gatdes
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Hadison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Haeaau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellae
Polk
Putnam
St. John
St. Lucia
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla
Walton
Washlnaton
TOTAL.


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(29)
( 2)
(58)
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* Not counted in computing Minimum Foundation Program Transportation Units


22.5% (21)
35.3 (11)
7.9 (43)
24.6 (19)
2.0 (56)
.6 (62)
32.3 (15)
0.0 (64)
10.5 (37)
11.4 (35)
5.2 (51)
38.4 (10)
1.1 (60)
10.4 (38)
26.9 (17)
.2 (63)
8.9 (41)
7.2 (45)
12.0 (32)
17.5 (26)
50.6 ( 4)
21.1 (23)
2.7 (55)
57.8 ( 1)
23.1 (20)
14.2 (29)
15.7 (28)
12.0 (32)
1.8 (57)
51.3 ( 3)
11.4 (35)
45.5 (6)
43.7 ( 8)
22.5 (21)
7.2 (45)"
0.0 (64)
7.4 (44)
27.6 (16)
15.8 (27)
53.1 ( 2)
8.9 (41)
9.7 (40)
5.6 (48)
0.0 (64)
19.7 (24)
12.0 (32)
5.6 (48)
1.7 (58)
3.6 (54)
1.s (59)
6.9 (47)
0.0 (64)
5.5 (50)
13.3 (31)
4.4 (52)
13.5 (30)
34.0 (13)
.9 (61)
10.2 (39)
18.5 (25)
41.9 ( 9)
26.5 (18)
32.8 (14)
4.0 (53)
34.4 (12)
45.0 (7)
46.7 (5)
11.5%


14.38% (29)
7.00 (46)
27.34 (12)
13.83 (33)
40.47 ( 1
43.81 (1)
3.61 (61)
20.40 (22)
6.95 (47)
14.23 (31)
20.18 (23)
5.27 (53)
42.54 ( 3)
10.92 (39)
4,68 (54)
35.97 (7)
32.26 (8)
15.74 (28)
12.50 (36)
21.99 (17)
.57 (67)
17.16 (27)
30.23 ( 9)
5.34 (52)
4.40 (55)
5.70 (50)
4.04 (59)
8.15 (43)
14.10 (32)
3.55 (62)
20.74 (21)
9.62 (42)
1.30 (66)
4.30 (56)
14.38 (29)
26.16 (14)
17.53 (25)
10.19 (40)
7.61 (44)
3.15 (64)
21.11 (20)
11.69 (37)
17.52 (26)
40.68 ( 4)
13.10 (34)
27.13 (13)
21.57 (19)
29.97 (10)
5.73 (49)
6,92 (48)
7.12 (45)
43.38 ( 2)
25.37 (15)
11.23 (38)
19.97 (24)
27.65 (I1)
9.80 (41)
36.26 ( 6)
21.63 (18)
3.98 (60)
3.04 (65)
5.51 (51)
12.91 (35)
23.00 (16)
4.10 (58)
4.14 (57)
3.44 (63)
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21.77
76.78
33.15
233.18
234.57
21.46
25.48
31.67
44.81
36.29
52.25
303,55
17.70
17.30
347.13
238.68
15.25
11.40
89,29
13.36
11.80
17.65
26.93
30.57
17.83
26.84
38.69
296.73
35.80
40.10
106.69
38.30
14.80
90.85
75.86
97.37
38.06
17.61
58.27
79.96
119.39
35.47
32.77
43.54
131.65
22.77
234.59
35.28
221.69
61.91
255.63
229.87
68.20
52.18
51.46
68.15
81.06
87.40
31.98
55.88
34.86
17.34
138.16
24.08
49.57
38.89
5,363.45


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218 (33)
749 (13)
166 (38)
2.724 ( 5)
278 (29)
136 (42)
95 (51)
178 (37)
858 (L2)
0 (64)
354 (27)
30 (61)
99 (49)
257 (31)
4,411 ( 1)
3,108 (4)
143 (40)
186 (36)
461 (211)
8 (62)
76 (56)
95 (51)
42 (60)
141 (41)
91 (54)
314 (28)
660 (15)
574 (17)
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94 (53)
110 (46)
59 (58)
1,08 ( 9)
612 (16)
67 (57)
210 (34)
122 (45)
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206 (35)
100 (48)
375 (24)
83 (55)
448 (22)
1,524 ( 7)
130 (43)
3,118 ( 3)
129 (44)
543 (19)
870 (11)
3,184 (2)
1,544 (6)
548 (18)
146 (39)
338 (26)
1,358 ( 8)
234 (32)
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276 (30)
493 (20)
57 (59)
359 (25)
99 (49)
732 (14)
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16.23 (13)
11.26 (29)
8.13 (39)
13.81 (18)
1.38 (60)
11.31 (27)
6.01 (45)
8.74 (36)
22.55 ( 6)
0.00 (64)
11.30 (28)
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11,07 (30)
30.3 ( 2)
13,61 (21)
15.23 (16)
18.52 (9)
39.49 ( 1)
6.55 (42)
1.41 (59)
14.34 (17)
10.97 (31)
4.18 (50)
7.42 (41)
12.33 (26)
17.36 (11)
25.95 ( 3)
2.34 (56)
0.00 (64)
.03 (63)
1.57 (57)
5.56 (46)
10.10 (33)
16.30 (12)
10.85 (32)
.96 (61)
13,73 (20)
19.00 ( 8)
0.00 (64)
3.45 (53)
1.44 (58)
15.81 (15)
3.08 (55)
15.91 (14)
13.35 (24)
9.08 (35)
13.56 (22)
6.18 (44)
3.26 (54)
18.10 (10)
13.74 (19)
7.46 (40)
13.05 (25)
4.24 (49)
8.60 (37)
23.65 ( 4)
3.74 (51)
13;37 (23)
0.00 (64)
9.51 (34)
20.02 ( 7)
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3.56 (52)
8.43 (38)
22.98 ( 5)
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101. Percent Participation in Reimbursed School Lunch Programs, 1964-65.

SOURCE: State Department of Education Records, School Lunch Section.

This is the percentage of pupils who participate in the school lunch
program in schools having school lunch programs. Schools not participa-
ting in the Reimbursed School Lunch Program are excluded from this
tabulation.

102. Percent of Lunches Served Free or at Reduced Price. 1964-65.

SOURCE: State Department of Education Records, School Lunch Section.

This shows the percent of all lunches served that were served to
needy pupils.

103. Total Expenditure for School Lunch Programs. 1964-65.

SOURCE: State Department of Education Records, School Lunch Section.

This includes expenditures for food, labor, and other school lunch
costs. Salaries of some personnel paid directly by the county are
excluded.

104. Average Value of Food Per Lunch Served, 1964-65.

SOURCE: State Department of Education Records, School Lunch Section.

105. Average Labor Cost Per Meal Served. 1964-65.

SOURCE: State Department of Education Records, School Lunch Section.


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101 102 103 104 105

Percent Percent of Total Average Average
Participation Lunches Served Bxpenditure Value of Labor Cost
in Reimbursed Free or at for School Food Per Per Heal
Counties School Lunch Reduced Price Lunch Lunch Served*
Programs 1964-65 Programs* Served 1964-65
1964-65 1964-65 1964-65


Percent Rank Percent Rank Amount Rank Cents Rank Cents Rank


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Soto
Dixie
Duval
Becambia
Plagler
Franklin
ddendan
Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
ladison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okalooaa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucia
Santa Rose
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter __
Suvannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla
Walton
WaahintLon


TOTAL 69.5% 8.8% $40,800,503 11.64
* Sxcludes salaries of some personnel paid directly by county


S72.5 (31)
73.6 (27)
80.7 ( 5)
68.4 (42)
65.4 (50)
56.1 (63)
85.6 ( 2)
74.3 (22)
S65.5 (49)
66.3 (47)
77.6 (14)
80.9 ( 4)
71.8 (33)
57.3 (62)
78.7 (9)
53.5 (65)
64.1 (57)
64.7 (53)
69.3 (37)
73.3 (29)
83.6 ( 3)
76.8 (18)
52.9 (66)
73.5 (28)
77 9 (13)
64.4 (54)
74.0 (25)
68.5 (41)
70.7 (35)
77.5 (15)
64.4 (54)
65.1 (52)
63.6 (58)
79.1 ( 8)
73.8 (26)
75.3 .(21)
73.1 (30)
57.7 (61)
80.3 ( 6)
52.6 (67)
88.1 ( 1)
78.1 (11)
66.1 (48)
67.8 (44)
78.6 (10)
65.4 (50)
69.0 (39)
67.2 (46)
72.1 (32)
76.0 (20)
78.0 (12)
74.1 (24)
77.1 (17)
62.7 (59)
58.8 (60)
70.5 (36)
77.5 (15)
74.2 (23)
69.2 (38)
71.5 (34)
55.2 (64)
79.7 ( 7)
68.0 (43)
69.0 (39)
76.7 (19)
64.4 (54)
67.7 (45)


8.0% (41)
20.8 ( 7)
17.3 ( 9)
10.5 (33)
3.5 (62)
5.2 (55)
17.3 ( 9)
6.6 (51)
15.2 (15)
9.8 (35)
12.9 (24)
9.6 (36)
4.8 (58)
10.6 (32)
.8 (67)
5.8 (53)
14.3 (19)
7.9 (42)
14.1 (20)
34.4 ( 2)
11.3 (30)
16.9 (11)
11,9 (28)
23,6 ( 5)
7.6 (47)
3.8 (60)
14.1 (20)
8.3 (39)
7.8 (44)
30.0 ( 3)
7.0 (50)
7.7 (45)
7.5 (48)
21.3 ( 6)
15.5 (14)
3.6 (61)
7.7 (45)
14.7 (17)
20.6 ( 8)
13.4 (23)
7.9 (42)
13.9 (22)
3.3 (64)
3.0 (65)
14.4 (18)
4.7 (59)
10.3 (34)
7.1 (49)
6.2 (52)
28.1 ( 4)
8.2 (40)
5.7 (54)
5.2 (55)
15.2 (15)
11.9 (28)
10.9 (31)
8.7 (38)
3.0 (65)
3.5 (62)
12.0 (27)
12.7 (25)
15.8 (13)
16.3 (12)
5.1 (57)
9.2 (37)
12.5 (26)
45.0 ( 1)


$ 893,790 (12)
82,148 (55)
517,145 (21)
146,386 (39)
1.655.189 ( 8)
1,877,319 ( 7)
92,833 (51)
142,457 (40)
104,314 (49)
220.986 (34)
235,198 (32)
295,228 (26)
6,820,958 ( 1)
88,013 (52)
66.566 (59)
2,055,101 ( 6)
1,234,546 (11)
51,161 (62)
59,682 (61)
293,850 (27)
34,310 (66)
39,974 (64)
73,267 (57)
83,449 (53)
125,646 (46)
70,143 (58)
120,718 (47)
247,035 (29)
2,488,080 ( 3)
125.854 (45)
235,773 (31)
259,438 (28)
82,775 (54)
32,563 (67)
614.450 (20)
634,886 (19)
873,383 (13)
79,025 (56)
37,064 (65)
115.826 (48)
787,907 (14)
710,809 (17)
130,871 (42)
229,429 (33)
240,809 (30)
750,992 (15)
103,630 (50)
1,602,013 ( 9)
193,821 (36)
2.228.058 ( 5)
329,802 (25)
2,941,289 ( 2)
2,379,379 ( 4)
364,562 (23)
219.723 (35)
418,354 (22)
364,274 (24)
729,431 (16)
638,296 (18)
132.468 (41
129,118 (44)
174,166 (37)
44,157 (63)
1,308,025 (10)
62.453 (60)
150,213 (38)
129.924 (43)


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27.6
29.9
30.0
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24.5
29.6
27.6
30.2
29.2
27,6
26.2
30.1
27.8
28.0
27.4
29.3
29.8
26.4
30.4
28.8
28.3
28.7
29.2
30.8
27.1
27.4
22,8
30.4
26.5
27.5
32.5
30.3
28.4
29.1
29.2
28.4
27.8
28.5
27.6
29.5
27.5
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26.3
29.3
28.1
26.4
28.6
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27.6
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