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E ARCH
REPORT 73
UPORT
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DIVISION OF RESEARCH OF


Ranking of t
Count ie..
1968


JULY 1969




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Research Report 73 io a revision of Research
Report 64 prepared by the Division of Research of
the Iepartment of Education, State of Florida. 950












RANKING OF THE COUNTIES, 1968


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, or school can be compared. Reaching

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

adequate. The State Department of Education 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

objective and valid yardstick but closer examination brings discrepancies

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

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

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

these factors can affect test results. 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 members' 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 included in 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 expend-

iture 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.












1. Enrollment. Grades 1-12, 1967-68


SOURCE: Principals' Annual Report on Attendance, 1967-68

Enrollment is the total number of different pupils who enter the public
schools. Enrollment includes those pupils who entered school: (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. 1957-58 to 1967-68

SOURCE: Computed from data in Biennial Report of Superintendent of Public
Instruction, 1957-58 and Principals' Annual Report on Attendance, 1967-68

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 1957-58
school year and the 1967-68 school year is shown by a minus (-) sign.

3, Percent of Enrollment Increase. Grades 1-12. 1957-58 to 1967-68

SOURCE: Computed from data in Biennial Report of Superintendent of Public
Instruction. 1957-58 and Principals' Annual Report on Attendance, 1967-68

This table shows the percent of increase in pupils enrolled in grades 1-12
between the 1957-58 school year and the 1967-68 schoolyear. In counties
having a decrease in enrollment the percent of decrease is shown by a minus sign.
4. High School Enrollment as a Percent of Elementary Enrollment. 1967-68

SOURCE: Computed from Principals' Annual Report on Attendance, 1967-68

This table gives the high school (grades 7-12) enrollment as a percent of
the elementary (grades 1-6) enrollment,
5. Average Daily Attendance, Grades 1-12. 1967-68

SOURCE: Principals' Annual Report on Attendance, 1967-68

Average daily attendance (ADA) is the average number of pupils actually
present each day school is in session. Includes university demonstration schools.







1 2 3 / '

Enrollment Enrollment Percent of High School Average
Grades 1-12 Increase Enrollment Enrollment Daily
1967-68 Grades 1-12 Increase As a Percent Attendance
Counties 1957-58 to Grades 1-12 of Elementary 1-12
1967-68 1957-58 to Enrollment 1967-68
1967-68 1967-68


SNumber Rank Number Rank Percent Rank_ Percent Rank Number Rank
Alachua 22,387 (13) 8,135 (15) 57.08% (21.) 76.71% (38) 19,515 (13)
Baker 2,446 (56) 624 (46) 34.25 (40) 75.84 (44) 2,168 (56)
Bay 18,511 (17) 3,930 (22) 26.95 (45) 83.51 (14) 15,602 (18)
Bradford 3,943 (42) 501 (47) 1.4.56 (52) 80.38 (23) 3,395 (42)
Brevard 66_613 JL ...49 __ j05 1 ...1 __281. 0 .....__ 1. 7tl8 _... 37 ....3 .9. L....L.... -- L--
Broward 105,579 ( 4) 53,336 ( 2) 10.0.9 ( 8) 81.75 (17) 90,485 ( 3)
Calhoun 2,087 (58) -78 (63) -3.60 (h) 81.00 (21) 1,794 (58)
Charlotte 3,31.4 (46) 2,049. (32) 161.98 ( 2) 95.75 ( 1) 2,758 (46)
Citrus 3,237 (48) 1,425 (39) 78.64 (13) 86.25 ( 8) 2,605 (49)
Clay ____2____ .12.6 0 ... 3.791 (24)_____8745 ( _0.___._6786 (58) 6719 ....-.(30
Collier 7,935 (31) 4,606 (20) 138.36 ( 3) 59.79 (66) 6,154 (31)
Columbia 7,024 (33) 1,880 (35) 36.55 (36) 78.27 (33) 6,021 (33)
Dade 234,623 ( 1) 82,439 ( 1) 54.17 (22) 82.50 (15) 197,867 ( 1)
De Soto 2,953 (53) 823 (43) 38.64 (34) 66.74 (60) 2,458 (53)
Dixie I,.616 60 _._ 417 42.)1 .Z8 39) 76 1 9____39 1.... ...L(.6 --
Duval 128,691 ( 2) 38,285 ( 4) 42.35 (31) 78.46 (32) 110,922 ( 2)
Escambin 49,427 (10) 12,844 (11) 35.11 (38) 78.93 (29) 43,107 (10)
Flagler 1,294 (63) 206 (57) 18.93 (51) 69.15 (53) 1,101 (63)
Franklin 1,770 (59) 394 (51) 28.63 (43) 66.20 (62) 1,513 (59)
Gadsden 301 (23) 1.911 (33) 20.35 (50) 70.92 52 .... 0 .27. (22
Gilchrist 944 (64), 72 (59) 8.26 (59) 83.66 (13) 795 (64)
Glades 927 (65) 401 (50) 76.24 (14) 68.55 (54) 742 (66)
Gulf 3,020 (50) 344 (53) 12.86 (54) 72.37 (50) 2,630 (48)
Hamilton 2,404 (57) -58 (62) -2.36 (62) 79.40 (27) 2,069 (57)
Hardee 3,862 (43) __ 897 (42) 30.25 (42) 59 72 1 .L 3 042 (44)
Hendry 3,214 (49) 1,275 (41) 65.76 (16) 66.61 (61) 2,586 (51)
Hernando 3,552 (45) 1,402 (40) 65.21 (17) 75.75 (44) 3,011 (45)
Highlands 6,530 (34) 2,187 (30) 50.36 (25) 73.12 (47) 5,532 (34)
Hillsborough 106,573 ( 3) 33,532 ( 6) 45.91 (28) 80.49 (22) 89,867 ( 4)
Holmes ___2.821 (55)_ -552 (66) -16.37 (67)__ 88,32 I --) 2.368 (54)
Indian River 8,483 (29) 3,805 (23) 81.34 (11) 72.73 (49) 7,274 (29)
Jackson 8,820 (28) -732 (67) -7.66 (66) 81.29 (19) 7,739 (28)
Jefferson 2,837 (54) 336 (54) 13.43 (53) 80.36 (24) 2,537 (52)
LaFayette 760 (67) -13 (61) -1.68 (61) 95.37 ( 2) 638 (67)
Lake 15.422 (21) 3,679 (25) 31.33 (41) 76.41 (40_) 41324 (21)
Lee 18,982 (16) 9,863 (14) 108.16 ( 7) 76.92 (36) 15,919 (16)
Leon 21,556 (14) 7,105 (16) 49.17 (27) 81.07 (20) 18,922 (14)
Levy 3,264 (47) 693 (44) 26.95 (45) 78.56 (31) 2,742 (47)
Liberty 913 (66) 70 (60) 8.30 (58) 71.94 (51) 782 (65)
Madison 3 ,956 (46... -250 (5_ -.94. ) 82.30 2 16) 3.535 (41)
Manatee 16,621 (20) 5,087 (1.9) 44.10 (30) 84.64 (12) 14,415 (20)
Marion 16,929 (19) 5,318 (18) 45.80 (29) 86.07 ( 9) 14,498 (19)
Martin 5,547 (36) 2,597 (29) 88.03 ( 9) 68.29 (56) 4,572 (36)
Monroe 10,686 (24) 2,926 (27) 37.71 (35) 62.70 (64) 8,566 (24)
Nassau 5. 52i (37) 725 28 5 35166
Okaloosa 25,539 (12) 14,618 (10) 133.85 ( 4) 60.21 (65) 21.153 (12)
Okeechobee 3,015 (11) 1,662 (36) 122.84 ( 5) 63.24 (63) 2,326 (55)
Orange 82,586 ( 5) 36,488 ( 5) 79.15 (12) 79.64 (26) 70,264 ( 5)
Osceola 5,059 (37) 1,886 (34) 59.44 (19) 77.70 (35) 4,248 (37)
Palm Beaclh 6_,23 L890 .8_I 701.J12 I __.) 78.63 (301 ..59._. 5 77._ 8_
Pasco 10,582 (25) 3,562 (26) 50.74 (24) 75.78 (43) 8,441 (26)
Pinellas 78,461 ( 6) 30,031 ( 7) 62,01 (18) 91.36 ( 5) 68,283 ( 6)
Polk 57,680 ( 9) 17,112 ( 9) 42.18 (32) 75.09 (45) 49,831 ( 9)
Putnam 9,859 (26) 2,109 (31) 27.21 (44) 76.15 (41) 8,473 (25)
St. Johns 7,143 (32_ 1,439 (38) 25.23 (47) 74.09 (46). 6 048
St. Lucie 11,921 (22) 4,436 (21) 59.27 (20) 68.02 (57) 10,159 (23)
Santa Rosa 9,177 (27) 2,721 (28) 42.15 (33) 67.62 (59) 7,822 (27)
Sarasota 18,477 (18) 6,311 (17) 51.87 (23) 92.13 ( 4) 15,911 (17)
Seminole 19,376 (15) 10,311 (13) 113.75 ( ) 72.85 (48) 16,115 (15)
Suer 3..7_ (44) 638 (45) 20.75 9 _____ 80 33 ....._1.25) ..-.._.. 138 -3)_.
Suwannee 4,493 (38) 380 (52) 9.24 (56) 92.75 ( 3) 3,900 (38)
Taylor 4,110 (40) 448 (48) 1.2.23 (55) 78.15 (34) 3,574 (40)
Union 1,340 (62) 253 (56) 23.28 (48) 86.63 ( 7) 1,148 (62)
Volusia 32,549 (11) 10,863 (12) 50.09 (26) 85.10 (11) 27,940 (11)
Waku. l_ 9...8 902 68 36 .61 ... 1,30 (61)
Walton 4,448 (39) 261. (55) 6.23 (60) 85.26 (10) 3,837 (39)
J:1s1hi onL.._... 99_.52_ -222 (64) 9~__8-6 6 18 7- 2 -60380 .
O'TAl, 1,41.6,638 520,758 58.13% 79.38% 1,208,540











6. Percent of Attendance. Grades 1-12, 1967-68


SOURCE: Principal's Annual Report of Attendance, 1967-68

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.

7. Number of High School Graduates. 1968

SOURCE: "Florida High School Graduates, 1968, Research Report- 72,"
Division of Research, State Department of Education

This table gives the number of pupils who graduated in the spring and
summer of 1968, as reported by high school principals on accreditation
reports submitted January 1, 1969. The number of graduates reported
here will differ from those reported in the Principal's Annual Report
due to the exclusion of vocational school graduates and other differences.

8. Percent of 1968 Graduates Who Entered College in 1968-69

SOURCE: "Florida High School Graduates, 1968, Research Report-72,"
Division of Research, State Department of Education

This table gives the percent of graduates in the spring and summer of
1968 who entered college the following school year, 1968-69, as reported
by high school principals.

9, Percent of 1968 Graduates Who Entered Trade and Vocational Training. 1968-69

SOURCE: "Florida High School Graduates, 1968, Research Report-72,"
Division of Research, State Department of Education

This table gives the percent of graduates in the spring and summer of
1968 who entered technical, trade and other schools the following year,
1968-69.

10. Percent of 1968 Graduates Who Did Not Continue Formal Education in 1968-69

SOURCE; "Florida High School Graduates, 1968, Research Report-72,"
Division of Research, State Department of Education

This table gives the percent of graduates in the spring and summer of
1968 who did not enroll in any type of educational institution at the
beginning of the following school year, 1968-69.







6 7 9 10


Percent of
1968 Graduates
Who Entered
College in
1968-69


Percent of
1968 Graduates
Who Entered
Trade and
Vocational
Training
1968-69


Percent of
1968 Graduates
Who Did Not
Continue Formal
Education in
1968-69


Percent Rank


Alachua 94.47% (20) 1,142 (12)
Baker 94.42 (23) 134 (50)
Bay 94.69 (16) 804 (19)
Bradford 93.81 (43) 203 (40)
Brevard 94.51 (18) 30 99 ( 7)
Broward 93.23 (55) 4,833 TT
Calhoun 93.08 (58) 97 (55)
Charlotte 93.90 (40) 168 (42)
Citrus 93.56 (49) 149 (48)
Clay ___ 93.97 _(38).1 300 (32)
Collier 93.65 (45) 276 (33)
Columbia 95.06 ( 9) 335 (31)
Dade 93.27 (54) 11,606 ( 1)
De Soto 92.60 (65) 89 (58)
Dixie 93.01 (59) 74 (60)
Duval 92.96 (60) 5,837 C 2)
Escambia 94.41 (22) 2,311 (10)
Flagler 95.77 ( 1) 29 (67)
Franklin 94.83 (12) 55 (62)
Gadsden 95.17 ( 7) 480 (24)
Gilchrist 94.12 (34) 45 (63)
Glades 92.82 (62) 34 (66)
Gulf 95.24 ( 6) 112 (54)
Hamilton 92.93 (61) 115 (53)
Hardee 93.94 (39) 130 (52)
Hendry 92.71 (63) 93 (57)
Hernando 94.80 (13) 132 (51)
Highlands 94.46 (21) 353 (35)
Hillsborough 92.52 (67) 4,901 ( 3)
Holmes 94.26 (29) 166 (43)
Indian River 93.59 (47) 372 (27)
Jackson 93.43 (51) 437 (26)
Jefferson 94.25 (30) 148 (48)
Lafayette 92.65 (64) 45 (63)
Lake 95.57 ( 2) 692 (21)
Lee 93.63 (46) 894 (16)
Leon 94.27 (28) 1,061 (13)
Levy 92.55 (66) 152 (46)
Liberty 93.71 (44) 39 (65)
Madison 94.36 (26) 229 (39)
Manatee 95.53 ( 3) 840 (18)
Marion 94.17 (31) 908 (15)
Martin 94.73 (15) 245 (36)
Monroe 94.50 (19) 365 (29)
Nassau 95.42 ( 4) 342 (30)
Okaloosa 95.34 ( 5) 860 (17)
Okeechobee 93.15 (56) 96 (56)
Orange 93.99 (37) 4,064 ( 6)
Osceola 94.30 (27) 197 (41)
Palm Beach 93.57 (48) 2,868 ( 8)
Pasco 93.35 (53) 455 (25)
Pinellas 94.39 (25) 4,375 ( 5)
Polk 94.79 (14) 2,520 ( 9)
Putnam 93.52 (50) 494 (22)
St. Johns 93.83 (42) 268 (34)
St. Lucie 94.13 (32) 490 (23)
Santa Rosa 94.42 (23) 366 (28)
Sarasota 94.07 (36) 972 (14)
Seminole 93.85 (41) 745 (20)
Sumter 94.54 (17) 157 (45)
Suwannee 94.13 (32) 231 (37)
Taylor 94.89 (11) 168 (42)
Union 93.38 (52) 67 (61)
Volusia 94.10 (35) 1,568 (11)
Wakulla 93.09 (57) 80 (59)
Walton 94.90 (10) 230 (38)
Washington 95.12 (8) 157 (45)
Total 93.78% 66,199


Number Rank Percent Rank Percent Rank


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Percent of
Attendance
Grades 1-12
1967-68


Counties


Number of
High School
Graduates
1968


I_


43.61% (44)
37.31 (56)
57.96 (13)
46.31 (40)
54.15 (19)
60.09 (8)
55.67 (17)
35.12 (60)
36.24 (57)
38.00 (54)
42.03 (48)
48.66 (33)
66.52 ( 2)
34.83 (61)
29.73 (63)
50.51 (29)
58.37 (12)
41.38 (50)
56.36 (16)
38.75 (53)
42.22 (47)
35.29 (59)
46.43 (39)
37.39 (55)
33.73 (62)
46.24 (41)
49.24 (31)
50.99 (23)
41.77 (49)
46.99 (37)
56.72 (14)
50.34 (26)
43.24 (45)
48.89 (32)
49.42 (30)
53.24 (22)
66.07 ( 3)
29.61 (64)
10.26 (67)
42.36 (46)
54.05 (20)
51.98 (27)
55.51 (18)
68.77 ( 1)
35.67 (58)
61.63 ( 6)
29.17 (65)
50.91 (24)
45.69 (43)
63.25 ( 4)
40.22 (51)
61.78 ( 5)
47.34 (35)
47.19 (36)
58.96 (11)
47.76 (34)
51.37 (28)
60.60 ( 7)
59.73 (10)
39.49 (52)
46.75 (38)
45.83 (42)
56.72 (14)
60.08 ( 9)
25.00 (66)
50.87 (25)
53.50 (21)
55.31%


_I__


2.07% (65)
2.24 (62)
4.23 (51)
9.36 (13)
4.84 (44)
4.03 (56)
4.12 (52)
13.10 ( 6)
3.36 (57)
3.33 (58)
5.07 (43)
8.96 (15)
5.19 (38)
14.61 ( 2)
4.05 (55)
4.71 (46)
4.67 (47)
17.24 ( 1)
7.27 (29)
4.79 (45)
2.22 (63)
2.94 (60)
9.82 (11.)
6.96 (31)
8.46 (21)
13.98 ( 4)
7.58 (28)
5.14 (40)
8.04 (25)
6.63 (35)
8.60 (20)
8.01 (26)
9.46 (12)
8.89 (18)
8.81 (19)
2.01 (66)
5.18 (39)
13.82 ( 5)
-0- (67)
12.66 ( 7)
6.67 (34)
4.07 (53)
2.86 (61)
6.85 (32)
9.36 (13)
7.79 (27)
14.58 ( 3)
4.53 (48)
4.06 (54)
5.13 (41)
12.31 ( 9)
6.81 (33)
8.93 (16)
4.45 (49)
8.21 (24)
8.37 (23)
4.37 (50)
8.44 (22)
10.47 (10)
8.92 (17)
2.16 (64)
7.14 (30)
2.98 (59)
5.74 (36)
12.50 ( 8)
5.65 (37)
5.10 (42)


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Percent Rank
54.38% (15)
60.45 ( 5)
37.81 (53)
44.33 (32)
41.01 (48)
35.88 (56)
40.21 (50)
51.78 (37)
60.40 (6)
_ 58.67 j__L2
52.90 (16)
42.38 (41)
28.29 (66)
50.56 (20)
66.22 ( 2)
44.78 (29)
36.96 (54)
41.38 (47)
36.37 (55)
56.46 (10)
55.56 (13)
61.77 ( 4)
43.75 (37)
55.65 (12)
57.81 ( 8)
39.78 (51)
43.18 (40)
43.87 (35)
50.19 (22)
46.38 (27)
34.68 (57)
41.65 (44)
47.30 (25)
42.22 (42)
41.77 (43)
44.75 (30)
28.75 (65)
56.57 (9)
89.74 ( 1)
44.98 (28)
39.28 (52)
43.95 (34)
41.63 (45)
24.38 (67)
54.97 (14)
30.58 63)
56.25 (11)
44.56 (31)
50.25 (21)
31.62 (60)
47.47 (24)"
31.41 (61)
43.73 (38)
48.36 (23)
32.83 (59)
43.87 (35)
44.26 (33)
30.96 (62)
29.80 (64)
51.59 (18)
51.09 (19)
47.03 (26)
40.30 (49)
34.18 (58)
62.50 ( 3
43.48 (39)
41.40 (46)
38.88%


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11. Percent Change in Membership First Month 1968-69 Over First Month 1967-68 (1-12)

SOURCE: Fall Reports on Membership, Teachers and School Housing

This table gives the percent of change in membership (1-12) from the end
of the first month 1967-68 to the end of the first month 1968-69. In
counties having a decrease in end of first month membership, the percent
decrease is shown by a minus sign.

12. Average Daily Membership as a Percent of Enrollment, Grades 1-12, 1967-68

SOURCE: Computed from Principals' Annual Report on Attendance, 1967-68

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 membership
and the total enrollment. It shows the percent of the time the pupils
who enrolled were on the roll.

13. Withdrawals as a Percent of Enrollment, Grades 1-12, 1967-68

SOURCE: Computed from Principals' Annual Report on Attendance, 1967-68

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 1967-68 total enrollment in a given
county who withdrew from the public schools of that county during the
1967-68 school year.

14. First-Time Entries as a Percent of Total Enrollment, Grades 1-12, 1967-68

SOURCE: Computed from Principals' Annual Report on Attendance, 1967-68

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 1967-68
total enrollment in a given county whose original entry in school in
1967-68 was in that county.

15. Transfers from Out-of-State as a Percent of the Total Enrollment, Grades 1-12,
1967-68

SOURCE: Computed from Principals' Annual Report on Attendance, 1967-68

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
1967-68 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 1967-68 school year.









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Percent Change
in Membership
First Month
Counties 1968-69 Over
First Month
1967-68 (1-12)


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Soto
Dixie
Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes
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
Washing ft
TOTAL1


Percent
1.77%
1.08
2.59
-1.27
3,55
7.46
L.50
7.29
4.32
9.22
8.34
1.13
3.22
3.14
2.16
.02
.58
-2.83
-1,03
2.25
-
2.78
2.76
.49
1.07
5.56
4.17
1.91
2.03
.04
3.95
.95
.74
-1.57
.01
5.52
.62
4.88
1.80
-3.64
2.49
1.76
5.58
5.25
1.99
7.39
5.87
3.19
5.80
3.68
7.15
5.83
.10
.68
1.91
1.88
3.25
4.20
1.09
2.45
4.57
.94
-1.13
2.53

-2.01
-1 .61


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(65)
(64)


2.96%


Average Daily
Membership ias
a Percent of
Enrollment
Grades 1-12
1967-68


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a Percent of
Enrollment
Grades 1-12
1967--68


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Entries as
a Percent of
Total Enrollment
Grades 1-12
1967-68


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Percent
92.28%
93.83
88.99
91.76
90.69
91.92
92.38
88.65
86.07
87 96
82.84
90.1.8
90.42
89.98
87.38
92.72
92.37
88.79
90.11
95.53
89.51
86.30
91.46
92.64
83.84
86.78
89.41
89.69
91.15
89.08
91.67
93.93
94.92
90.66
89.80
89.56
93.10
90.87
91.35
94.67
90.78
90.96
87.02
84.84
93.14
86.87
82.85
90.53
89.07
91.71
85.42
92.21
91.13
91.94
90,24
90.55
90.24
91.54
88.61
87.36
92.21
91.63
91.79
91.21
90,06
90.89
91.26
90.977%


Transfers from
Out-of-State
as a Percent
of Total
Enrollment
Grades 1-12
1967-68


Rank
(12)
( 5)
(51)
(18)
(33)_
(16)
(10)
(53)
(62)
(55)
(67)
(40)
(37)
(43)
(56)
( 8)
(11)
(52)
(41)
( 1L
(47)
(61)
(23)
( 9)
(65)
(60)
(48)
(45)
(27)
(49)
(20)
( 4)
( 2)
(34)
(44)
(46)
( 7)
(31)
(24)
( 3)
(22)
(29)
(58)
(64)
( 6)
(59)
(66)
(36)
(50)
(19)
(63)
(13)
(28)
(15)
(38)
(35)
(38)
(22)
(54)
(157)
(13)
(21)
(17)
(26)
(42)
(30)
(25)


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12.87%
10.47
19.24
11.67
16.06
17.19
9.44
17.62
20.51
17,19
32.69
13.84
18.07
14.39
1.6,03
18.42
19.13
14.14
15.99
7.86
13.98
13.70
12.98
9.28
27.16
17.14
12.47
14.52
20.52
13.82
12.26
9.74
5.78
11.58
17,03
18.43
11.65
11.15
10.51
7,43
15.46
1.3.85
20.25
24.71
10.40
24.18
24.78
18.26
18.69
15.85
20.70
16.22
1.6.31
14.84
13,61
13.96
14.23
1.6.18
17.81
-149.97
11.15
12.09
8.96
15.52
12.89
11.06
10.60


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(47)
(59)
(10)
(51)
(56)
(1.9)
(62)
(18)
( 8)
(191)
( 1)
(41)
(16)
(35)
(27)
(14)
(11)
(37)
(29)
(65)
(38)
(43)
(45)
(63)
( 2)
(21)
(48)
(34)
( 7)
(42)
(49)
(61)
(67)
(53)
(22)
(13)
(52)
(54)
(58)
(66)
(31)
(40)
( 9)
( 4)
(60)
( 5)
( 3)
(15)
(12)
(28)
( 6)
(24)
(23)
(33)
(44)_
(39)
(36)
(25)
(17)
(32)
(54)
(50)
(64)
(30)
(46)
(56)
(57)


Percent
93.86%
95.09
91.28
91.94
92.21
92.70
92.53
87.45
86.13
88.96
80.15
91.50
95.35
89.64
89.91
94.96
94.78
91.03
93.28
97.24
90.15
82.95
92.91
93.47
82.11
85.78
89.02
88.03
93.10
91.28
91.55
95.01
95.95
92.50
90.05
89.95
95.11
91.79
91.89
96.46
91.30
92.11
86.57
86.65
94_67
88.01
83.28
90.96
89.35
91.81
84.28
93.64
90.59
93.58
91.70
90.99
92.44
92.28
89.91
89.74
93.61
94.26
91.94
92.91
92.17
91.61
92.73


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Rank
(12)
( 6)
(40)
(30)
(27)
(22)
(23)
(58)
(61)
(55)
(67)
(38)
( 4)
(52)
(49)
( 8)
( 9)
(42)
(17)
( 1)
(46)
(65)
(19)
(16)
(66)
(62)
(54)
(56)
(18)
(40)
(37)
( 7)
( 3)
(24)
(47)
(48)
( 5)
(34)
(32)
( 2)
(39)
(29)
(60)
(59)
(10)
(57)
(64)
(44)
(53)
(331)
(62)
(13)
(45)
(15)
(35)
(43)
(25)
(26)
(49)

(14)
(11)
(30)
(19)

(36)
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Percent
2.00%
1.19
6.08
2.71
5 .76
5.18
2.92
7.96
6.49
6.77
15.21
2.96
3.78
3.93
3.40
3.46
3.93
4.33
3.50
1,50
2.44
6.26
3.68
1.50
13.93
6.32
5.80
6.98
4.55
2.76
5.12
2.17
1.30
.92
5.76
7.13
2.39
2.36
3.29
1.11
5.84
3.86
7.21
9.97
2.39
9.93
6.90
6.48
5.85
6.00
9.77
4.70
6.85
3.01
4 77
5.81
4.38
4.91
5.92
3.85
2.09
2.19
1.64
4.74
1.54
3.96
2.73
4.91%


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14/ -


Rank
(59)
(65)
(17)
(51)
( 24)
(26)
(48)
( 6)
(13)
(12)
( 1)
(47)
(40)
(36)
(44)
(43)
(36)
(34)
(42)
(62)
(52)
(16)
(41)
(62)
( 2)
(15)
(23)
( 9)
(32)
(49)
(27)
(57)
(64)
(67)
(24)
( 8)
(53)
(55)
(45)
(66)
(21)
(38)
( 7)
( 3)
(53)
( 5)
(10)
(14)
(20)
(18)
( 4)
(31)
(11)
(46)
J29)
(22)
(33)
(28)
(19)
(39)_.
(58)
(56)
(60)
(30)

(35)
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16. Transfers from Other Counties as a Percent of Total Enrollment, Grades 1-12
1967-68

SOURCE: Computed from Principals' Annual Report on Attendance, 1967-68

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
1967-68 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 1967-68 school year.

17. Change in Net Membership Between First Month and End of School, 1967-68

SOURCE: "Analysis of Membership at the Close of Each Month of School,
1967-68, Research Report 68," 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 numberical change in grades 1-6, 7-9,
and 10-12 respectively for this same period.

18. Total Instruction Units Earned, K-12(March Program), 1968-69

SOURCE: State Department of Education records

This table gives the total number of instruction units included in the
Final 1968-69 Minimum Foundation Program, K-12(March, 1969). 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.

19. Total Full-Time Instructional Positions, K-12(March Program) 1968-69

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.


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16 17 1P q1

Transfers From 'T'la Il iol
'other Counties Inst ruct on Full-ri T'
a, a Percent of Changes i.n -Net Membership Between lUnli' E Kn'rle nstruct' al
Coun'tels 'i'tl Enrolrmew .n First Month and End of Schocl 1967-68 K-12 (March Positions, K 12
Grades I-.12 _. __. Progrvam) 1068-69 (March Program)
1967-68 1968 60
Total 1-12 Number Ntmber Nitmher
Percent Rank 1-6 7-9 10-12

Percent Rank A B C D Number Rank Number R ank
Alachua 4 4.14%7 (33) -2.19% (59) 49 -5 249 9/ 9.83 (13) 1,029 (13)
Baker 3,72 (36) -1.60 (52) 5 17 15 110.73 (56) 118 (57)
Bay 2.64 (52) -3,28 (64) 100 -158 291 77..25 (17) 858 (1/)
Bradford 5.35 (17) -1.21 (42) 9 14 2 200.95 (39) 201 (38)
ra.(____ 2...._... 62) ._ -1.. (J)_____ _--6 -- 2 __ (8) ___2921_._ _
roward 2.12 (60) .02 (21) 1,385 131 -1,495 4,321.44 ( ) 5,136 ( 3)
Calhoun &.55 (26) .62 (27) 9 14 111.22 (55) 121 (56)
Charloit:c 4.59 (25) 1.99 ( 6) 45 3 9 14 5 (48) 192 (42)
Citrus 7.38 ( 5) 1.64 ( 7) 35 20 10 154.8R (45) 1.86 (44)
C1ay_ __4.27 C_ .50 (26) 7 31 83 312.88 (30) 373 301
CoLlier 4 .6 (23) -1.06 (38) 34 23 5 299.35 (32) 356 (31)
Columbia '5.54 (16) -1.07 (39) 32 39 61 285.80 (33) 296 (34)
Dade .87 (67) .80 (33) 1,410 -209 2,945 9,890.86 ( 1) 11,360 ( I)
De Soto 6.43 ( 8) .76 (12) 52 4 36 121.52 (54) 140 (51)
Dixie 6.69 6) -1.68 5 8 0 6 69.60 (60) 81 (611
Duval 1.58 (64) -2.95 (63) -l,060 -970 -1,i11 5,024.03 ( 2) 5,598 (2)
EscambJ a 1,29 (65) -3.84 (66) 523 -467 80 1,972.95 (10) 2,150 (10)
Flagler 4.64 (23) -1.39 (45) 21 13 24 51.7 (63) 67 (63)
Franklin 3.22 (43) -6.74 (67) 40 51 720 7 1.4 (59) 86 (60)
j;adsden 1.26 (66) -1.44 (46) 67 75 494.83 (22) 506 (24)
Gilchrist 7.41 ( 4) .48 (15) 7 2 5 49.04 (64) 60 (64)
Glades 10.79 (1) 8.61 ( 1) 55 18 8 15.51 (65) 52 (65)
Gulf 3.41 (39) -2.12 (58) 18 26 15 124.94 (52) 143 (49)
Hamilton 5.03 (19) .67 (29) 29 8 36 10/4.22 (58) 127 (53)
Hardee 3.96 (35) 4.00 ( 2) 189 26 43 142,82 (49) 140 (51)
Hendry 7.90 ( 3) 2.08 ( 4) 75 1 18 123.48 (53) 143 (49)
Hernando 5.18 (18) .89 (11) 36 2 10 145.55 (47) 165 (47)
Highlands 4.99 (20) 2.00 ( 5) 1.53 8 7 278.25 (34) 331 (33)
Hillsborough 2.35 (57) -1.55 (51) 354 -420 -1,448 4,382.04 ( 3) 4,42, ( 4)
Ho lmes 5.96 (13) -1..30 (43) 14 20 27 125.94 (51),1 125 55)
Indian River 1.33 (42) 1.19 ( 9) 1.73 -14 68 338.33 (29) 409 (28)
Jackson 2.82 (49) .06 (20) 60 27 28 408.89 (26) 394 (29)
Jefferson 2.75 (51) .37 (24) 17 14 13 130.70 (50) 127 (53)
Lafayette 6.58 (7) -3.28 (64) 10 13 35.59 (67) 41 (67)
Lake 4.19 (31) ._.94 ,AL _223 9 1.03 664.83 1 (21) 7.65 (620
Lee 2.92 (47) -1.01 (37) 122 81 -211 758.88 (18) 941 (16)
Leon 2.50 (55) -1.63 (53) 60 75 195 919.61 (14) 989 (14)
Levy 5.85 (15) .91 (35) 16 9 34 1,57.08 (44) 178 (46)
Liberty 4.82 (21) -1.08 (40) 8 -9 8 44.20 (66) 50 (66)
Madison 2.43 (56) -1.96 (56) 3043 172,93 .42. 186 44
Manatee 2.86 (48) .01 (23) 267 30 238 796.32 (16) 708 (18)
Marion 4.03 (34) .14 (18) 143 5 96 703.26 (20) 739 (21)
Martin 6.22 (12) 1.55 ( 8) 60 27 14 229.46 (36) 282 (35)
Monroe 3.38 (41) .91 (35) 25 66 4A 412,72 (25) 310 (23)
Nassau 2.94 (46) -1.81 55 20 44 35 261.49 ,0- .__ .... 2. 1 .___(_1_
Okaloosa 2.06 (61) 2.57 (60) 95 -21.3 262 1,044.26 (12) 1,151 (12)
Okeechobee 9.82 ( 2) .89 (34) 36 22 36 108.62 (57) 118 (57)
Orange 2.56 (53) .44 (16) 982 81 687 3,446.21 ( :) 3,651 ( 6)
Osceolo 4.80 (22) .83 (32) 23 31 29 203.22 (38) 24' (37)
Palm Beach 2.19 (59) 3 .~_ 768_.... 7Z26 -__ 572. 2 !,23? 7) 3j A2 /).
Pasco 5.95 (14) 2.93 (3) 322 62 127 i ,'. .'
Pinel las 1.66 (63) .75 (31 501 -125 919 3,/33.65 ( ') 4,02' ( 3)
Polk 2.56 (53) .54 (1A) 947 -105 463 2,412.53 ( 9) 2,416 ( 9)
Putnam 3.41 (39) -1 .32 (44) 52 43 129 42A7.41 (24) 6'48 (26)
St. Johns 3.53 (38) .72 ~)j 12-. .. 2 2 300.23 1 .. ) __34 J2
St. Lule 3.20 (44) .67 (29) 161 41 192 465,53 (23) 512 (22)
Santa Rosa 3.18 (45) -2.06 (57) 32 68 71 391.16 (2w) 438 (27)
Sarasota 2.81 (50) .45 (25) !60 -7 -220 813.79 (15) 971 (1 1)
Seminole 4.17 (32) -2.62 (61) 195 -128 128 756,61 (19) 7, ([1)
Sumter 6.41 (10) -1.51 l ____46 25 71 1i50.80, 46 ............ ....._3.
Suwannee 4.30 (29) -1.51 ('l 8 38 33 207.95 (37) 99 (40
Taylor 3.55 (37) -2.70 (62) 18 48 37 I11.61 (1) 700 (39)
Union 6.42 ( 9) .P (19) 28 I 16 62. 3 (62) (''2)
Vole insl 2.35 (57) -1. .41 (47) 57 81. 41 1,365,08 (11) ,,2 (II)
Wku. 1 6.29 L [__ __ 2 1.'.-.-- __ 3 17 68.44 .. 1 87 .2....... _....1....L_ !_
Vn Iton 4.43 (28) 2 (21) 52 17 34 185.49 (/0) 193 (.1)
T.,AL ...35% 6,810 -3,871 -15,691 58,89 .7 6. 5,959
T01, ;:.357. .9/. 6,81!) -3,871 -15,691 58,894.73 65,959











20. Instructional Positions as a Percent of Instruction Units Earned (March
Program) 1968-69

SOURCE: State Department of Education records

Many counties employ more personnel (positions) than units earned. This
is shown in each case where the percent exceeds 100. The percent is
derived by dividing the instruction units earned into the number of
positions filled.

21. Percent of Instructional Personnel in Rank II (Masters Degree) or Higher (March
Program), 1968-69

SOURCE: State Department of Education records

This table gives the percentage of the instructional positions included
in the Final 1968-69 Minimum Foundation Program filled by personnel
holding Rank II or higher certificates.

22. Percent of Instructional Personnel Below Rank III (March Program), 1968-69

SOURCE: State Department of Education records

This table gives the percentage of the instructional positions included
in the Final 1968-69 Minimum Foundation Program filled by personnel
holding certificates below Rank III (Bachelors Degree).

23. Percent of Instructional Personnel on Continuing Contract Status (March
Program), 1968-69

SOURCE: State Department of Education records

This table gives the percentage of instructional positions included in the
Final 1968-69 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 completed three
years of probationary service in the same county, which must be continuous
except for leave duly authorized and granted, during five successive years;
and who has been reappointed for the fourth year. Under certain conditions
the period of probationary service may be extended to four years.

24. Percent of Maior High School Classes Taught by Teachers In-Field, 1967-68

SOURCE: "Study of Classes, Taught by Teachers in Field of Certification,
by County in Florida Public Schools Grades K-12, 1967-68," Research
Report-2, Vol. 3, Division of Teacher Education, Certification and
Accreditation, State Department of Education.

An in-field teacher is one who holds a valid teaching certificate covering
the subject field of his assignment. This table refers to classes taught
in grades 7-12 in fifteen different subject areas.


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Ins truck tional
Positions as
a Percent of
Instruction
Units Earned
(March Program)
1968-69


ecrcen of
Instruct tional
Personnel in
Rank 11 (Master's
Degree) or Highecr
(March Program)
1968-69


Percent of
Ins tructional
Personnel Belo,,
Rank III
(March Program)
1968-69


Percent o
Instruct ioral
Personnel on
Continuing
Contract Stt r.i
(March Prorcaim
1968-(9


Percent of
Major High Scho.ol
Classes Taught
Bv Teachers
In-Field
1967-68


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Soto
Dixie
Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes
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
Wakull a
Walton
Washington _
TOTAL


Count ies


t(a n11


-----------------


Percent
108.34%
106.57
1.08.99
100.02
110.04
118.85
108.79
131.98
120.10
119.22
118.92
103.57
114.85
115.21
116.38
111.42
108.97
116.00
114.45
102.26
122.35
114.26
114.45
121.86
98.03
115.81
113.36
118.96
100.96
99.25
120.89
96.36
97.17
115.20
115.07
124.00
107.55
113.32
113.12
107.56
100.21
105.08
122.90
123.57
102.11
110.22
108.64
105.94
122.53
129.21
115.32
117.22
100.14
105.56
111.25
109.98
111.97
119.32
104.02
126.66
95.70
1.10.13
111.24
119.11.
127.12
104.05
101.99
111.99%


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Rank
(46)
(49)
(42)
(62)
(40)
(1,8)
(44)
( 1)
(12)
(14)
(17)
(55)
(27)
(24)
(20)
(35)
(43)
(21)
(28)
(56)
( 9)
(30)
(28)
(10)
(64)
(22)
(31)
(16)
(59)
(63)
(11)
(66)
(65)
(25)
(26)
( 5)
(48)
(32)
(33)
(47)
(60)
(52)
( 7)
( 6)
(57)
(38)
(45)
(50)
( 8)

(23)
(19)
(61)
(51)
(36)
(41)
(34)
(13)
(54)
( 4)
(67)
(39)
(37)
(15)
( 3)
(53)
(SSi


Percent Rmnk
34.89% (4)
22.89 (37)
22.04 (42)
30.85 ( 9)
23,31 (35)
33.22 ( 7)
27.28 (19)
37.51 ( 1)
27.42 (17)
17.70 (57)
32.02 ( 8)
25.68 (25)
29.57 (12)
11.42 (67)
14.81 (62)
25.42 (28)
18.15 (55)
14.91 (61)
22.09 (41)
25.89 (24)-
16.67 (59)
26.92 (20)
20.28 (48)
12.60 (65)
11.43 (66)
21.69 (46)
26.06 (23)
26.88 (21)
20.00 (50)
13.60 (64)
27.63 (16)
25.64 (26)
29.92 (11)
21.96 (44)
20.26 (49)
28.16 (14)
34.77 ( 5)
24.71 (31)
34.00 ( 6)
27.42 (17)
27.82 (15)
23.68 (34)
30.49 (10)
25.50 (27)
17.60 (58)
14.25 (63)
22.04 (42)
24.71 (31.)
23.29 (36)
35.98 ( 2).
20.39 (47)
29.55 (13)
21.77 (45)
22.77 (38)
24.85 (29)
24.81 (30)
19.86 (51)
35.75 ( 3)
22.62 (39)
22.51 (40)
18.08 (56)
19.50 (52)
24.64 (33)
26.69 (22)
18.39 (54)
15.54 (60)
19.40 (53)
26.58%


Percent
-- %
2.54
.46
--
--

4.96
.52
.54
2.41
--
2.37
--
7.15
2.47
.02
--
--
5.81
--
--
1.92
--
4.73
8.57
2.80
1.21
--
--
5.60
1.47
--
--

1,31
1.70
--
2.81
--

--
1.22
2.13
1.18
1.87
.34
3.38
.03
..80
.03
1.93
--
.45
--
1.50
.97
1.37
--
1.14
2,62
11.06
1.50
2.90
--
3,45
3.63
1,21
.37%


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Percent;
50.24,
57.62
47.91
50.75
39.82
52.98
73.56
40.11
40.86
35,39
37.92
58.78
64.45
47.86
37,04
60.47
57.12
56.72
51.16
58.50
30.00
30.77
54.55
53.54
47.86
38.46
46.06
48.94
56.76
62.40
59.66
62.44
62.20
51.22
54.51
49.84
49.95
41.01
74.00
57,52
61.02
56.02
41.49
42.55
43,07.
41.54
21.19
56.06
48.19
57.88
32.62
35.33
62.65
52.46
63.77
57.24
51.60
50.87
56.80
50,26
51.25
65.50
31.89
59.96
27.58
58.55
58.19


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S Rank
%. (40)
(19)
(45)
(38)
(56)
(31)
( 2)
(55)
(54)
(60)
(58)
(14)
( 4)
(46)
(59)
(11)
(22)
(25)
(36)
(16)
(65)
(64)
(28)
(30)
(46)
(57)
(48)
(43)
(24)
( 8)
(13)
( 7)
( 9)
(35)

(42)
(41)
(53)
( 1)

(LO)
._(20)
(10)
(27)
(52)
(50)

( ')1)
(67)
(26)
(44)
(18)
(62)
(61)
( 6)
(32)

(21)
(33)
(37)
(23)
(39)
(34)
( 3)
(63)
(12)
(66)
(15)
(17i


i recent
8 .8%
80.7
80.7
76.4
90.5
91.9
81.7
92.1
83.7
81,3
91.3
87.1
91.1
81.5
58.7
92.8
90.2
83.2
82.0
88.7
78.9
65.7
85.1
64.6
87.2
80.5
81.3
86.9
89.5
82.3
90.1
81.7
88.4
85.5
88.3
91.7
85.9
82.9
87.7
71 9
88.8
82.4
81.8
91.7
72 8
83.1
78.7
93.8
91.2
_ 90.5_
87.3
95.9
90.4
91.1
_83.6
88.8
80.1
93.8
85.6
70.5
72.7
88.3
82.2
90.5
70.0
80.2
75.6
89.7%


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( 7)
( 2)
(13)
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54.55%


Rank
(20)
(51)
(51)
(58)
(13)
( 6)
(46)
( 5)
(36)
(49)
( 9)
(30)
(11)
(48)
(67)
( 4)
(17)
(38)
(44)
(23)
(56)
(65)
(35)
(66)
(29)
(53)
(49)
(31)
(19)
(42)
(18)
(46)
(24)
(34)
(25)
( 7)
(32)
(40)
(27)
(21
(20)
(41.)
(45)
( '7)
.....iCo.
(39)
(57)
( 2)
(10)
(13)
(28)
( 1)
(16)
(11)
(37)
(20)
(55)
( 2)
(33)
(63)
(61)
(25)
(43)
(13)

(54)
(59)


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25. Percent of Regular Elementary Classes Taught by Teachers In-Field, 1967-68

SOURCES "Study of Classes, Taught by Teachers in-Field of Certification,
by County in Florida Public Schools Grades K-12, 1967-68," Research
Report-2, Vol. 3, Division of Teacher Education, Certification and
Accreditation, State Department of Education,

An in-field teacher is one who holds a valid teaching certificate covering
the subject field of his assignment. This table refers to regular self-
contained elementary classes.

26. Total Number of Full-Time Teachers, K-12, 1967-68

SOURCE: Principals' Annual Report on Attendance, 1967-68

This table gives the total number of full-time teachers (K-12) in 1967-68
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.

27. Percent of Regular Full-Time Teachers Who Were Men, 1967-68

SOURCE. Computed from Principals' Annual Report on Attendance, 1967-68

This table gives the percentage of full-time teachers assigned to indi-
vidual schools who were men in 1967-68. 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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Percent of
Re.gilar I.ementary
Classes Taught
By Teachers
In-Field
1967-,68


Percent: Rank


26 27


Total Number
of Full-Time
Teachers *
(K-12)
1967-68


Percent of '* i **1 r Full-Tine Teachprs who Mere Men,
1967-68


A
Grades 1-6


Grades 7-9


Number Rank Percent Rank Percent Rank Percent Rank Percent Rank


Alachua 95.3' (ll) 872 (13) 1.91"9 (60) 95.00% (61) 35.64% (67) 18.92% (66)
Baker 74.1 (66) 94 (57) 19.61 ( 1) 50.00 (22) 64.00 ( 4) 37.23 ( 1)
Bay 89.7 (28) 655 (17) 11.50 (1R) 37.91 (58) 44.27 (55) 25.34 (53)
Bradford 86.7 (41) 156 (41) 2.53 (66) 36.59 (59) 50.00 (42) 22.44 (60)
Brevard 89.1 (30) 2.408 ( 8) 13.56 (17) 45.82 (42) 53.32 (30) 28.95 (33)
Broward 93.9 (14) 3,637 (4) 13.17 ( 9) 51.1 (21) 51.19 (38) 30.82 (25)
Calhoun 84.4 (47) 91 (58) 10.26 (27) 48.30 (30) 37.50 (63) 27.47 (42)
Charlotte 83.6 (50) 128 (47) 0.84 (30) 59.46 ( 4) 60.00 ( 7) 35.96 ( 3)
Citrus 91.5 (22) 144 (45) 11.76 (15) 58.06 ( 6) 56.41 (16) 33.33 ( 9)
Clay 83.0 (51) 290 (30) 11.39 (19) 52.05 (19) 37.?9 (65) 26.90 (43)
Collier 84.0--- (48) 288 (31) 9.19 (2) 54.55 (15) 6?.00 (5) 34.72 (5)
Columbia 93.3 (17) 265 (33) 9.70 (31) 41.79 (50) 53.13 (31) 28.30 (35)
Dade 89.8 (27) 8,935 ( 1) 17.59 ( 4) 46.96 (34) 52.5p (36) 32.51 (14)
De Soto 71.4 (66) 111 (54) 5.17 (58) 65.16 (43) 54.55 (20) 26.13 (49)
Dixie 93.3 (17) 64 (61) 9.09 (37) 57.14 (.8) 57.14 (12) )29.6) (29)
Duval -88.9 (32) T,6T1 ( 2) 8.34 (46) 40.03 (56) 42.43 (58) .4.11 (57)
Escambia 96.5 ( 6) 1,790 (10) 5.36 (56) 32.82 (65) 43.17 (57) ?0.96 (62)
Flagler 96.9 ( 5) 62 (62) 6.25 (54) 50.00 (22) 54.55 (20) 25.81 (52)
Franklin 87.1 (39) 69 (60) 10.81 (24) 33.33 (63) 57.89 (10) 27.54 (40)
Gadsden 93.8 (16) 444 (22) 4.62 (62) 34.78 (62) 45.05 (.54_) 2_0.72_. (6._t)
Gilchrist 74.1 (64) 50 (64) 0.09 (37) 44.44 (45) 46.67 (52) 26.00 (51)
Glades 42.8 (67) 38 (66) 5.26 (57) 77.77 ( 1) 50.00 (42) 31.58 (19)
Gulf 95.0 (12) 126 (49) 10.94 (21) 53.57 (16) 52.94 (32) 31.75 (17)
Hamilton 83.9 (49) 103 (55) 5.77 (55) 58.62 ( 5) 59.09 ( 8) 32.04 (16)
Hardee 80.6 (55) 125 (50) q.46 (35) 40.74 (53) 41.67 (59.) 22.40 61)___
Hendry 89.5 (29) 116 (53) 17.46 (5) 56.00 (12) 50.00 (42) 33.62 ( 8)
Hernando 81.8 (54) 149 (43) 10.84 (23) 61.29 ( 3) 54.29 (26) 31.54 (21)
Highlands 83.0 (51) 272 (32) 11.68 (16) 53.42 (1.8) 56.45 (13) 33.09 (10)
Hillsborough 90.2 (25) 3,710 ( 3) 1.2.40 (11) 45.87 (40) 49.94 (48) 29.00 (32)
Holmes 84.6 (46) 119 (51) 18.18 ( 3) 53.57 (16) 52.78 (33) 36.97 ( 2)
Indian River 92.2 (20) 318 (29) 11.90 (14) 49.46 (28) 49.12 (51) 29.56 (30)
Jackson 90.2 (25) 374 (26) 7.25 (49) 50.00 (22) 44.21 (56) 26.47 (46)
Jefferson 98.4 ( 2) 119 (51) 1.39 (65) 45.83 (41) 37.93 (62) 20.17 (65)
Lafayette 100.0 ( 1) 34 (67) 16.67 ( 6) 57.14 ( 8) 55.56 (18) 35.29 ( 4)
Lake 84.9 (45) 614 (20) 8.87 (43) 50.00 (22 .5496 (19 29.15____ ....
Lee 87.9 (36) 709 (16) 8.89 (42) 43.92 (47) 53.69 (28) 27.64 (39)
Leon 98.2 ( 3) 892 (12) 5.10 (50) 25.10 (67) 38.05 (61) 18.72 (67)
Levy 78.5 (57) 128 (47) 9.52 (32) 36.36 (60) 50.00 (42) 26.56 (44)
Liberty 95.8 (10) 42 (65) 13.64 ( 8) 55.56 (13) 37.50 (63) 30.95 (24)
Madison 96.5 (6) 167 (40) 3.53 (63) 41.03 (52) 46.51 (53) 23.35 (58)
Manatee 92.1 (21) 641 (18) 8.28 (48) 56.63 (11) 53.68 (29) 29.95 .
Marion 88.2 (34) 595 (21) 6.53 (53) 46.88 (35) 50.00 (42) 27.90 (38)
Martin 75.7 (63) 199 (36) 12.62 (10) 46.55 (37) 60.53 ( 6) 31.66 (18)
Monroe 79.8 (56) 384 (24) 9.01 (40) 42.27 (49) 50.77 (41) 24.48 (56)
Nassau 75.9 (62) 218 (35) 16.67 ( 6) 49.09 (29) 54.55 (20) 34.40 ( 6)
Okaloosa 85.9 (43) 859 (14) 9.51 (34) 44.39 (46) 54.14 (27) 25.26 (54)
Okeechobee 86.8 (40) 95 (56) 9.09 (37) 55.00 (14) 70.00 ( 2) 31.58 (19)
Orange 92.3 (19) 2,891 ( 6) 6.76 (51) 43.73 (48) 50.31 (36) 26.05 (50)
Osceola 86.1 (42) 1.95 (37) 9.00 (41) 46.60 (36) 51.11 (40) 28.21 (36)
Palm Beach 93.9 (14) 2,568 ( 7) 10.89 (22) 50.00 (22) 56.12 (15) 31.46 (22)
Pasco 76.9 (60) 360 (27) 10.03 (28) 51.61 (20) 57.69 (11) 33.89 ( 7)
Pinellas 97.1 ( 4) 3,041 ( 5) 9.87 (29) 44.78 (44) 54.49 (24) 30.61 (26)
Polk 88.9 (32) 2,087 ( 9) 12.07 (13) 46.45 (38) 49.43 (49) 28.51 (34)
Putnam 87.1 (38) 377 (25) 8.72 (45) 47.62 (32) 41.56 (60) 26.26 (48)
St. Johns 88.2 (34) 252 (34) 10.37 (26) 56.67 (10) 54.39 (25) 31.35 (23)
St. Lucie 90.9 (24) 428 (23) 10.43 (25) 41.07 (51) 50.00 (42) 26.40 (47)
Santa Rosa 85.5 (44) 330 (28) 9.39 (36) 46.99 (33) 56.06 (17) 28.18 (37)
Sarasota 96.4 ( 8) 777 (15) 12.13 (12) 46.15 (39) 58.3P ( 9) 32.82 (12)
Seminole 89.1 (30) 628 (19) 8.77 (44) 39.76 (57) 49.17 (50) 24.68 (55)
Sumter 78.3 (58) 146 (44) 8.33 (47) 57.58 ( 7) 56.10 (16) 32.88 (11)
Suwannee 94.4 (13) 181 (38) 3.53 (63) 40.38 (55) 54.55 (20) 26.52 (45)
Taylor 87.5 (37) 154 (42) 4.88 (61) 40.54 (54) 37.14 (66) 20.78 (63)
Union 96.0 ( 9) 55 (63) 9.52 (32) 33.33 (63) 71.43 ( 1) 32.73 (13)
Volusia 91.5 (22) 1,300 (11) 11.29 (20) 50.00 (22) 52.11 (35) 30.46 (27)
Wakulla 78.1 (59) 70 (59) (67) 33.58 (66) 66.67 ( 3) 22.86 (59)
Walton 82.4 (53) 176 (39) 6.74 (52) 65.91 ( 2) 51.16 (39) 32.39 (15)
Washington 76.2 (61) 131 (46) 6.00 (50) 48.00 (31) 51.28 (37) 27.48 (41)
TOTAL 90.5% 52,467 11.23" 45.3 3 50.437 28.56%

*Excludes principals, librarians, guidance, psychological, and other administrative and supporting staff, county
level personnel, and teachers not assigned to individual schools.


Counties


C D
Grades 10-12 Grades K-12


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28, Average Pupils Per Teacher, Based on Average Daily Membership, Grades 1-6,
7-12,and .1-12

SOURCE: Research Brief 35, "Pupil-Teacher Ratios, 1967-68," Division
of Research, State Department of Education

Original data derived from county summaries prepared from Principals'
Annual Report on Attendance for the 1967-68 school year, In determining
ratios, supervisors, principals, librarians, guidance, psychological
and other non-teaching instructional personnel are excluded, Kinder-
garten pupils and teachers are excluded as are county-wide personnel
who render services on a part-time basis. Only full-time teachers
assigned to a particular school are considered in deriving ratios.
Average daily membership of pupils is used in computations,

29. Land Area (Square Miles)

SOURCE: "Population of Florida, 1967 Edition" Florida Development
Commission

30. Average Population 1968 Per Square Mile

SOURCE: "Population of Florida, 1967 Edition," Florida Development
Commission and "Provisional Estimates of the Population of
Florida Counties for July 1, 1968 and Revisions for July 1,
1967," Bulletin No. 18, Bureau of Economic and Business Research,
University of Florida, Average computed by State Department of
Education, Division of Research.


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28 29 30


Average Pupils Per Teacher Land Area Average
Based on Average Daily Membership (Square Population
Counties 1967-68 Miles) 1968 Per
Square
Mile
Grades
1-6 7-12 1-12

Number Rank Number Rank Number Rank Number Rank Number Rank


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


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27.25 (14)
25.47 (41)
26.30 (29)
24.95 (43)
26.23 (32)
27.49 ( 9)
26.97 (18)
24.49 (50)
21.88 (62)
26.58 (22)
23.48 (60)
26.32 (27)
24.82 (46)
27.14 (17)
23.88 (55)
28.75 ( 3)
27.29 (13)
21.50 (65)
25.95 (33)
26.45 (24)
20.91 (66)
24.74 (48)
24.81 (47)
24.02 (54)
26,51 (23)
26.27 (30)
21.69 (64)
24.46 (51)
27.19 (16)
23.60 (57)
26.82 (20)
23.56 (59)
24.52 (49)
19.44 (67)
23.66 (56)
25.71 (37)
25.84 (34)
26.24 (31)
21.82 (63)
24.11 (53)
26.90 (19)
28.26 ( 4)
27.34 (10)
24.90 (45)
27.94 ( 6)
26.42 (25)
27.67 (7)
27.59 (8)
25.32 (42)
25.53 (39)
26.79 (21)
27.24 (15)
26.34 (26)
26.32 (27)
27.30 (12)
27.96 ( 5)
27.31 (11)
23.57 (58)
28.78 ( 2)
25.49 (40)
24.95 (43)
25.77 (36)
31.10 ( 1)
25.79 (35)
22.81 (61)
24.24 (52)
25.64 (38)


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TOTAL 26.39 22.86 24.70 54,252 114.32


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22.05
23.16
24.14
21.39
23.75
25.76
18.64
21.55
18.54
22.33
21.84
21.43
22.63
20.43
22.29
23.54
23.33
17.07
20.48
21*85
16.04
19.41
18.94
19.18
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21.81
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23.06
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24.40
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23.94
23.15
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23.46
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22.22
21.92
21.62
25.90
24.04
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21.53
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22.15
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23.98
22.50
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25.88
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24.85
25.84
26.29
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25.58
25.22
25.09
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31. 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
February 1 and the time of enumeration provided they were enrolled in
a "'tgular" public or private school or college. A regular school
was defined as a school in which a person may advance "toward an
elementary school certificate or high school diploma, or a college,
university, or professional degree."

32. 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 Characteris-
tics"

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

33. 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-L7 Percent of Population 2'5 Years and Median School
Yearn of Age Enrolled fi School Older with Less Than 5 Years Year' Com-
Counties of Schooling pletd. Persons
25 Ye'rB Old
and Over

1950 1960 1950 1960 1960
Percent Rank Perc t Rank Percent Rank Percent Rank Years Rank
Alachua 82.8% (24) 84.8%7 (46) 19.00% (35) 13.61% (32) 11.5 ( 7)
Baker 79.5 (46) 84.' (49) 32.39 ( 7) 22.89 (11) 8.3 (56)
Bay 83.1 (21) 83.2 (55) 15.28 (45) 10.16 (47) 11.1 (11)
Bradford 80.8 (40) 88.4 (25) 24.49 (22) 15.73 (29) 8.8 (44)
Brevard_ .._._ . 8_ ......._ ...._ 5)_.._. ....L12,57 (57) 5,23 (65)_ ._ 12 5_ __.._ 1)
Broward 83.3 (16) 89.4 (18) 11.54 (59) 6.04 (63) 11.9 (3)
Calhoun 81.i (341 86.6 (38) 25.16 (20) 22.23 (12) 8.2 (60)
Charlotte 84.3 (12) 84.6 (52) 16.51 (39) 5.00 (66) 10.8 (16)
Citrus 18.2 (51) 91.1 ( 8) 15.90 (41) 9.74 (49) 9.3 (35)
l- 9~J ._ 5_... 805 (9_ ...... 1329 (54) 11.70 (41)10.2 (24)
Collier 63.8 (67) 76.3 (63) 28.16 (16) 11.31 (42) 10.7 (19)
Columbia 79.4 (47) 87.7 (29) 23.88 (25) 19.23 (20) 8.8 (44)
Dade 86.9 ( 5) 88.6 (24) 8.02 (66) 7.49 (58) 11.5 ( 7)
De Soto 83.2 (17) 78.4 (62) 14.44 (49) 11.23 (43) 9.2 (36)
Dixie 78.3 (50) 79.9 (60) 31.12 (11) 24.01 ( 7) 8.3 (56)
Duval 82.8 (24) 85.4 (43) 12.56 (58) 9.55 (51) 10.8 (16)
Escambia 83.2 (17) 89.1 (20) 14.84 (48) 9.63 (50) 10.7 (19)
Flagler 64,7 (66) 72.8 (65) 31.75 (10) 22.10 (13) 8.9 (40)
Franklin 79.3 (48) 81.3 (57) 32.03 (9) 17.87 (22) 8.6 (47)
Gadsden 65.5. 65) _ 84.0 (54) 30,69 __ 13) 31,05 ( 3) 7.5 (67)
Gilchrist 81.4 (36) 91.5 ( 6) 22.29 (27) 16.42 (25) 8.6 (47)
Glades 84.4 (11) 27.73 (17) 27.56 ( 5) 7.8 (65)
Gulf 88.3 ( 3) 92.0 ( 3) 26.00 (19) 17.13 (24) / 9.6 (30)
Hamilton 78.0 (52) 89.7 (16) 43.12 ( 2) 31.14 ( 1) 7.7 (66)
Hardee 72.7 (61) __ 75,7 (64) 10.37 (62) 14,11 (31) 8.8 (44)
Hendry 74.3 (60) 78,9 (61) 19.59 (32) 19.12 (21) 8.9 (40)
Hernando 80.5 (42) 85.9 (42) 16.19 (40) 13.07 (34) 8.9 (40)
Highlands 83.2 (17) 90.6 (11) 15.56 (43) 11.77 (40) 9.5 (32)
Hillsborough 83.1 (21) 85.2 (44) 13.22 (55) 10.26 (46) 10.1 (27)
Holmes 75.3 (58) 87.8 (28) 31.12 (11) 21.45 (15) 8.0 (63)
Indian River 79.9 (44) 85.2 (44) 16.54 (38) 8.75 (54) 10.9 (14)
Jackson 81.0 (39) 86.1 (40) 32.80 ( 8) 23.55 (8) 8.5 (50)
Jefferson 76.8 (56) 86.7 (37) 44.27 ( 1) 31.08 ( 2) 8.1 (62)
Lafayette 75.0 (59) 91.1 ( 8) 24.58 (21) 1.7.22 (23) 8.4 (53)
Lake 82.6 (27) ... 84.8 (46) 15,00 (47) .. 9,40 (52) 10.3 (23)
Lee 84.6 (10) 82.4 (56) 13.65 (51) 9.78 (48) 10.8 (16)
Leon 85.0 ( 9) 88.7 (23) 20.56 (30) 12.79 (35) 11.9 ( 3)
Levy 81.8 (32) 90.6 (11) 29.78 (14) 19.37 (19) 8.5 (50)
Liberty 82.5 (29) 80.9 (58) 27.56 (18) 21.53 (14) 8.5 (50)
Madison 72.2 (63) 89.8 (15) 36,27 ( 3) 30.59 ( 4) 8.0 ..631
Manatee 83.0 (23) 87.3 (32) 12.95 (56) 7.23 (59) 10.2 (24)
Marion 86.6 ( 7) 90.8 (10) 19.31 (33) 16.33 (26) 9.5 (32)
Martin 80.2 (43) 87.3 (32) 15.75 (42) 8.16 (56) 10.6 (21)
Monroe 77.3 (55) 72.5 (66) 8.56 (64) 7.63 (57) 10.9 (14)
Nassau 83.5 (13) _90.0 (14) 20.89 (29) 16.00 (2) 9.0 (38)
Okaloosa 77.4 (54) 86.6 (38) 13.97 (50) 6.52 (61) 12.1 (1)
Okeechobee 76.7 (57) 91.8 ( 4) 20.28 (31) 13.47 (33) 9.2 (36)
Orange 82.8 (24) 87.4 (31) 10.27 (63) 7.00 (60) 11.8 ( 5)
Osceola 83.2 (17) 88.9 (22) 11.52 (60) 8.29 (55) 9.6 (30)
Palm Beach 81.1 (38) 87,2 (35) 13.39 (53~) 9 940 (52) 1, 130 .__ L
Pasco 82.2 (30) 89.6 (17) 13.51 (52) 10.56 (45) 8.9 (40)
Pinellas 88.5 ( 2) 87.3 (32) 7.29 (67) 4.55 (67) 11.1 (11)
Polk 81.8 (32) 84.8 (46) 15.43 (44) 12.30 (38) 9.7 (29)
Putnam 80.6 (41) 86.0 (41) 21.43 (28) 15.64 (30) 9.4 (34)
St. Johns, 81.4 (36) _90.2 (13) _j165 (37) 1254 (36) 15 (22)
St. Lucie 72.5 (62) 89.2 (19) 15.08 (46) 12.34 (37) 10.0 (28)
Santa Rosa 83.5 (13) 84.7 (49) 19.07 (34) 11.81 (39) 10.2 (24)
Sarasota 86.8 ( 6) 87.6 (30) 8.29 (65) 5.87 (64) 11.6 ( 6)
Seminole 81.7 (34) 88.0 (27) 23.47 (26) 10.84 (44) 11.0 (13)
Sumter 83.4 (15) 95.5 ( 1) 518R00 (3_ ) .82 (28) 9.0 (38)
Suwannee 78.4 (49) 88.3 (26) 24.35 (23) 23.20 (10) 8.3 (56)
Taylor 82.6 (27) 84.2 (53) 34.77 ( 5) 25.66 ( 6) 8.4 (53)
Union 69.4 (64) 84.7 (49) 35.97 ( 4) 20.92 (17) 8.3 (56)
Volusia 86.4 (8) 89.0 (21) 10.49 (61) 6.42 (62) 11.5 ( 7)
Wakulla___ 87.7 ( 4) 2 91.7__. _.L5_ 33. ... 1 .. .23,A9( _._ .19. 8.2 _(60)
Walton 77.6 (53) 91.3 ( 7) 24.20 (24) 19.50 (18) 8.6 (47)
Washington 82(1 __J __.. .._L 9431) .__2_ --29. -L 5 _( .1_ 1 5 8 4 ( .8.4 53)
TOTAL 82.7% 87.0% 13.70% 9.19% 10.9
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34. 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.

35. 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.

36. 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.

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

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

This is fund by dividing the total number of workers in each county in
1960 by the number working within the county in which they lived.

38. 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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Percent of
Native
Population
Counties Born in
Florida, 1960


Percent ol
Population
65 Years of
Age and Older
1960


Percent of
Populat Ion
5 Years Old
and Older who
Moved Inl.o
County Between
1955 and 1960


Percent of
Workers Whose
Place of Employ-
ient was In the
County in Which
They Lived, 1960


Percent Rank Percent Rank Percent Rank
Alachua 59.29% (30) 6.3% (55) 33.6% (26)
Baker 78.32 ( 8) 6.8 (53) 18.1 (58)
Bay 46.18 (41) 5.1 (65) 33.1 (28)
Bradford 70.02 (17) 8.4 (48) 25.1 (42)
Brevard 24.87 (64) ,7__ .(_60). ... 61 2___ )..
Broward 22.81 (65) 11.4 (22) 49.1 ( 4)
Calhoun 77.24 ( 9) 9.0 (43) 10.7 (66)
Charlotte 25.46 (63) 20.8 ( 4) 62.9 ( 1)
Citrus 52.85 (35) 17.0 ( 8) 39.7 (17)
Clay 44.18 (46) 9.3 (41) 41.8 .._..13
Collier 38.02 (50) 8.2 (49) 42.9 (10)
Columbia 74.24 (13) 8.7 (45) 21.1 (49)
Dade 28.27 (62) 10.0 (34) 25.8 (39)
De Soto 49.09 (37) 14.8 (12) 23.4 (45)
Dixie 71.45 (16) 8,0 (50) 25.2 (41)
Duval 46.03 (42) 6.2 (56) 23.7 (44)
Escambia 47.35 (39) 5.2 (63) 27.3 (34)
Flagler 48.64 (38) 9.7 (36) 31.4 (31)
Franklin 66.72 (21) 13.4 (15) 26.8 (36)
Gadsden 69.05 (19) 94 (39) 4.4 (62)
Gilchrist 81.04 ( 3) 10.1 (33) 21.1 (49)
Glades 64.51 (25) 6.1 (57) 30.0 (32)
Gulf 65.77 (23) 5.1 (65) 25.9 (38)
Hamilton 75.08 (12) 10.2 (31) 12.0 (65)
Hardee 54.67 (32) _10.3 (30) 25.7 (40)
Hendry 54.02 (33) 5.8 (59) 29.6 (33)
Hernando 46.81 (40) 14.1 (13) 39.1 (19)
Highlands 44.71 (45) 15.1 (11) 33.7 (25)
Hillsborough 45.03 (43) 9.8 (35) 26.9 (35)
Holmes 73.25 (14) 12.0 (19)12.5 (63)
Indian River 37,87 (51) 13.9 (14) 38.6 (20)
Jackson 72.17 (15) 8.6 (46) 19.0 (55)
Jefferson 80.54 (5) 10.8 (25) 10.4 (67)
Lafayette 85.23 ( 1) 11.7 (20) 20.6 (53)
Lake 40.93 (47) 16.0 ( 9)__ .325 29L
Lee 36.87 (52) 12.7 (16) 42.1 (12)
Leon 59.73 (28) 5.2 (63) 32.4 (30)
Levy 76.10 (11) 12.3 (18) 21.0 (51)
Liberty 80.21 ( 6) 9.0 (43) 16.9 (61)
Madison 81.91 ( 2)_ .. 9.5 (37) .2... 1__l ... 2 _6
Manatee 32.42 (59) 22.0 ( 3) 37.8 (22)
Marion 59.03 (31) 10.6 (28) 24.5 (43)
Martin 32.56 (58) 15.7 (10) 43.5 ( 8)
Monroe 36.11 (53) 5.6 (61) 47.9 ( 5)
Nassau 60.97 (26) (5.8) 20. ...12... __,
Okaloosa 33.24 (56) 3.2 (67) 49.7 (3)
Okeechobee 59.67 (29) 6.4 (54) 43.1 ( 9)
Orange 29.18 (61) 9.4 (39) 41.5 (15)
Osceola 33.71 (55) 22.8 ( 2) 39.2 (18)
Palm Beach 29.73 ( .60) ._ _i.2.L....l.. u........._,..5.t (___241..-
Palm Beach L 35 6
Pasco 34.33 (54) 20.0 ( 5) 37.9 (21)
Pinellas 21.05 (67) 24.9 ( 1) 41.7 (14)
Polk 44.90 (44) 10.2 (31) 26.5 (37)
Putnam 59.83 (27) 9.5 (37) 21.4 (48)
St. Johns __ 5. 07 (34) 11 (2L) ... .... .2.20 .. ..C471.
St. Lucle 40.90 (48) 10.4 (29) 33.2 (27)
Santa Rosa 49.37 (36) 5.5 (62) 41.5 (15)
Sarasota 22.74 (66) 18.4 ( 7) 45.3 ( 6)
Seminole 39.17 (49) 8.6 (46) 45.3 ( 6)
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Suwannee 79.60 ( 7) 10.7 (26) 17.3 (59)
Taylor 69.08 (18) 8.0 (50) 19.0 (55)
Union 64.76 (24) 6.9 (52) 42.2 (11)
Volusla 32.82 (57) 19.7 ( 6) 35.7 (23)
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'iHton 3 (22) 10. (26) 17.1 (60)
Washin&on -- ..... ........... 31 .. ..... ....151. .
TOTAL, 38.09%7. 11.27. 32.97.


Percent Rank Percent Rank
93.85% ( 7) 45.8. ( 7)
77.85 (54) 27.5 (59)
94.79 ( 3) 43.6 (12)
68.23 (65) 31.9 (39)
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82.67 (46) 44.7 (10)
78.85 (53) 31.5 (41)
88.52 (28) 40.8 (15)
86.66 (36) 37.6 (23)
69.22 _(62) 36.1 (28)
94.16 ( 5) 35.2 (33)
91.55 (15) 33.6 (36)
90.12 (22) 46.3 ( 6)
82.40 (48) 29.7 (49)
S82.98 (44) 35.4 (31)
92.11 (11) 45.4 ( 8)
93.53 ( 8) 40.1 (18)
80.19 (51) 26.9 (60)
90.41 (21) 27.7 (57)
91.21 (16) 22,5 (66)
72.14 (60) 26.8 (61)
86.16 (37) 18.9 (67)
90.99 (18) 35.9 (29)
87.12 (33) 22.8 (65)
81.67 (49) 289 __ 54)
84.29 (41) 30.2 (47)
85.54 (38) 30.6 (44)
87.80 (32) 34.2 (35)
89.07 (25) 39.9 (19)
70.45 (61) _24.3 (63)
90.56 (20) 37.1 (25)
86.69 (35) 30.9 (43)
83.55 (43) 23.6 (64)
81.31 (50) 28.2 (55)
__ 8818 (30) 35. _8 .-130)_
91.93 (13) 41.0 (14)
94.59 ( 4) 53.3 ( 1)
84.24 (42) 30.5 (46)
72.80 (59) 36.3 (27)
8871 2___ 71 ____ 24.6 .... 1621_-
82.73 (45) 39.6 (20)
90.79 (19) 36.5 (26)
88.17 (31) 38.3 (22)
92.46 (10) 43.0 (13)
85 ).4 4. 0 30 .... 48)
95.77 ( 1) 48.5 ( 3)
88.48 (79) 31.5 (41)
92.03 (12) 45.4 ( 8)
17.16 (55) 31.9 (37)
............. 92,66 ._ 9 3..8. .....2.........(2.. ,_... .._ ) ._
74.99 (57) 29.7 (49)
89.53 (23) 48.1 ( 4)
91.63 (14) 34.9 (34)
91.05 (17) 31.9 (39)
.. 82.5_9 ... 14/1 .-.-... !,40,5.. (... .116)..
85.06 (19) 32.4 ('8)
74.09 (58) 17.5 (74)
86.70 (34) 47.3 ( 5)
67.86 (66) 40.2 (17)
79,70 (52) 29... ... ..
88.74 (26) 28.0 (56)
94.89 ( 2) 27.6 (58)
68.47 (63) 29.5 (51)
89.30 (74) 44.4 (11)
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65.79 (67) 30.6 (44)
. 7 156 .35,4 .. .1
89.377 42.57.


Percent of
IEmployed
Persons In
White-Collar
Occupations
1960


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39. Live Births by Place of Residence, 1967


SOURCE: "Florida Vital Statistics 1967," 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.

40. Resident Births Per 1,000 Population, 1967

SOURCE: "Florida Vital Statistics 1967," 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 computed including the institutional population in the
resident population base.







39


Live ifrr.h; by Place
Counties ot Residence, 196"7*


40


Keident Births Per
1,000 Population, 1967*


A
Total ..


B
White


C
Non-White


Number Rank Whi te_ N-Whi te Number Rank Number R ank Number Rank
Alachua 1,972 (12) 1,364 608 21.4 7) 19.3 (10) 28.5 (12)
Baker 179 (53) 128 51 21.1 ( 8) 19.4 ( 9) 26.8 (20)
Bay 1,383 (Ih) 1,103 280 20.2 (10) 18.9 (13) 27.7 (15)
Bradford 240 (43) 177 63 18.3 (24) 17.7 (18) 20.3 (57)
Brevard 4,34Q ( 8). 3J3 ,7 4397 19.8 (14) 18.8 (15) 29.6 ( 6)
Broward 7,037 ( 4) 4,807 2,230 14.9 (51) 12.2 (54) 28.3 (1.3)
Calhoun 134 (58) 101 33 17.2 (38) 15.3 (33) 27.5 (16)
Charlotte 182 (52) 164 18 9.0 (67) 8.5 (66) 22.5 (46)
Citrus 172. (56) 120 52 12.7 (61) 10.1 (62) 32.5 ( 1)
Clay 556 (29) 466 90 2,6 ( 5) 21.7 (3) 290 (10)
Collier 533 (31) 442 91 17.8 (27) 16.5 (25) 29.4 ( 8)
Columbia 491 (32) 339 152 19.6 (15) 19.5 ( 8) 20.0 (59)
Dade L6,826 ( 1) 12,014 4,812 15.0 (50) 12.8 (48) 26.7 (21)
De Soto 210 (48) 130 80 15.7 (47) 12.5 (51) 26.7 (21)
Dixie j 17 (60) -92 25_ 22.9 () 4) 21.4 ( 4) 31.3 ( 3)
Duval : 9,989 ( 2) 7,153 2,836 1. l (16) 18.2 (17) 23.7 (42)
Escambia 4,074 (1t0) 3,027 1,047 21.11 (9) 19.8 (7) 25.6 (28)
Flagler 88 (62) 32 56 16.9 (41) 9.7 (64) 29.5 ( 7)
Franklin 127 ('9) 91 36 11.4 (34) 16.0 (28) 22.5 (46)
Gadsden 858 (24) __ 05_ 65_ 3 1.91.t (192_ 1,.6 (57_ 24,0 (38)
rilrhrist 5q (,>4) 47 1? 17.4 (34) 1'..7 (10) 10.0 ( 5)
Glades 51 (66) 17 34 12.8 (60) 7.1 (67) 21.3 (54)
Gulf 175 (55) 129 46 18.2 (25) 17.4 (20) 20.9 (55)
Hamilton 177 (54) 88 89 21.9 ( 6) 20.0 ( 6) 24.1 (35)
Hardee .281 (40) 253 2 18.7 (21) 18.9 (13) 17.5 (63)
Hendry 283 (39) 187 96 23.4 ( 2) 21.3 ( 5) 29.1 ( 9)
Hernando 222 (46) 153 69 16.6 (42) 14.6 (38) 23.8 (40)
Hllihland- 415 (34) 272 143 16.3 (43) 13.5 (45) 26.5 (24)
Hlllsborough 8,074 ( 3) 6,448 1,626 17.8 (27) 16.6 (24) 25.1 (32)
Holmes 163 (57) 152 t1 14.2 (55) 13.8 (42) 22.0 (51)
Indian River 546 (30) 369 177 16.3 (43) 14.0 (40) 24.9 (34)
Jackson 566 (28) 371 195 15,5 (4q) 14.7 (36) 17.4 (64)
Jefferson 189 (50) 53 136 19.9 (12) 13.9 (41) 23.9 (39)
Lafayette 38 (67) 30 8 13.1 (58) 12.0 (55) 20.0 (59)
Lake 887 (23) 593 294 13.8 (56) 11.5 (58) 22.8 (45)
Lee 1,261 (17) 932 329 15.7 (47) 13.6 (43) 27.2 (19)
Leon 1,565 (14) 1,052 513 17.4 (34) 16.7 (23) 19.1 (62)
Levy 207 (49) 113 94 16.3 (43) 12.8 (48) 24.1 (35)
Liberty 53 (65) 48 5 17.7 (29) 19.2 (11) 10.0 (67)
Madison 277 (41) O101 176 18.5 (22) 13.3 (46) 23.8 (40)
Manatee 1,035 (21) 731 304 12.6 (62) 10.4 (60) 25.3 (30)
Marion 1,137 (18) 668 469 17.5 (31) 15.0 (34) 23.0 (43)
Martin 351 (35) 245 106 14.9 (51) 12.8 (48) 24.1 (35)
Monroe 1,070 (20) 922 148 17.0 (40) 16.2 (27) 25.1 (32)
Nassau 346 (36) 246 10(0 7.7 (29) 16.5 (25) 21.7 (52)
Okaloosa 1,641 (13) 1,466 175 20.0 (11) 19.2 (11) 30.7 (4)
Okeechobee 225 (45) 187 38 23.4 ( 2) 23.1 ( 2) 25.3 (30)
Orange 5,475 ( 5) 4,173 1,30/ 17.5 (31) 15.7 (30) 27.3 (17)
Osceola 313 (37) 261 52 14.5 (53) 13.6 (43) 21.7 (52)
Palm Beach 4.776 ( 7) .,058 1758 J16.0 (46) 13.1 (47) _2,6,3 (25)
Pasco 640 (27) 544 96 13.1 (58) 12.4 (53) 19.2 (61)
Pinellas 4,840 ( 6) 3,753 1.087 10.9 (66) 9.3 (65) 26.2 (26)
Polk 4,100 ( 9) 3,107 993 17.1 (19) 15.8 (29) 23.0 (43)
Putnam 645 (26) 411 234 19.5 (16) 18.3 (16) 22.3 (49)
St. Johns 478 (33) 312 166 .. 145 53125 (51 20.8 56
St. Lucie 941 (22) 470 471 19.0 (20) 14.3 (39) 28.2 (14)
Santa Rosa 848 (25) 777 71 24.6 ( 1) 24.1 ( 1) 32.3 ( 2)
Sarasota 1,079 (19) 895 184 11.1 (65) 10.1 (62) 20.2 (58)
Seminole 1,417 (15) 1,025 392 19.4 (18) 17.6 (19) 26.7 (21.)
Sumter 240 (43) 143 97 17,9 (26) 7 l __36) 26, 2t__ 26
Suwannee 299 (38) 195 104 17.4 (34) 15.6 (32) 22.1 (50)
Taylor 266 (42) 177 89 19.9 (12) 17.2 (21) 28.7 (11)
Union 82 (63) 58 24 12.1 (63) 11.8 (56) 12.6 (66)
Volusia 2,257 (11) 1,624 633 13.6 (57) 11.5 (58) 25.4 (29)
Wakulla 105 (61)- 67 38 (1,k_4 _23) 16.8 _.22) 22.4 _A (8
Walton 183 (51) 143 40 il.4 (64) 10.4 (60) 17.4 (64)
Washington 212 (47) 171 __7 17 5 ....31) ~ ....8 (35) 27.3 (17)
TOTAL 99,998 72,905 27,093 f6.4 14.5 25.4


*Large institutional population segments included in resident population bases.












Provisional. Mid-Year Population Estimate. 1968


SOURCE: "Provisional Estimates of the Population of Florida Counties for
July 1, 1968 and Revisions for July 1, 1967," Bulletin No. 18
Bureau of Economic and B.uinisl3 Research, University of Florida
dated December, 1968. Population figures are rounded to nearest
100.

42. Estimated Percent of Population Change From April,. 1960 to July 1. 1968

SOURCE: Computed from data contained in "Provisional Estimates of the
Population of Florida Counties for July 1, 1967 and Revisions
for July 1, 1967, "Bulletin No. 18 Bureau of Economic and
Business Research, University of Florida dated December, 1968.

43. Percctt of Estimated POpulation Classified as Non-White, 1967

SOURCE: Computed from data in "Florida Vital Statistics 1967," Florida
State Board of Health

This table gives the percent of the Provisional Mid-Year Population
Estimate for 1967 classified as Non-White. Resident population base
includes institutional population.

44. Non-Exempt Assessed Valuation (in thousands). 1968

SOURCE: Spate Comptroller's Analysis by County of Florida's 1968 Tax
Assessment Rolls

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.

45. Increase in Non-Ekemtt Assessed Valuation (in thousands) from 1958 to 1968

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

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


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41 42 43 44


Estimated
Percent of
Population
Change from
April, 1960 to
July 1, 1968


Percent of
Estimated
Population
Classified as
Non-White*
1967


Non-Exempt
Assessed
Valuation
(In Thousands)
1968


Increase in
Non-Exempt
Assessed
Valuation
(In Thousands)
from
1958 to 1968


Parent,


D ,,


36.36
1.10
(-2.11)

13.94
52.66
22.64
19.23
(-6.45)
4,93
20.66
26.94
41.42
30.48
13 37
38.89
54.69
20.68
13.16
33.41
41.30
20.10
25.06
5.28
10.00
25.95
19.66
35.24
32.97
17.65
15.33
2.27
10.00
34.08
7.55


(12)
(63)
(65)
(64)
(40)
( 5)
(25)
(34)
(67)
_ 59)
(28)
(20)
( 9)
(17)
(41)
(11)
( 4)
(27)
(42)

(10)
(29)
(23)
(57)
(1912)_
(22)
(31)
(13)
(16)
(35)
(39)
(62)
(49)
(14)
(51)


21.26
30.68
60.00
13.79
20.00
15.05
29.89
30.71
16.67
49.33
14.63
31.38
18.64
9.38
23.59
6.96
15.63
15.25
11.1.1
71 86
10.22
9.32
1.8.00
31.82
24,32
33.74
6.38
9.33
20.16
27.61
27.33
23.13
27.94
14.99
29.82


(32)
(11)
( 2)
(52)
(36)
(46)
(13)
(10)
(39)
( 3)
(49)
( 9)
(37)
(60)
(21L
(64)
(41i)
(45)
(56)

(59)
(62)
(38)
( 8)
(19)
( 7)
(65)
(61)
(35)
(16)_
(17)
(24)
(15)
(47)
(14)


5 70 (6) 755 (1
1.6,200 (40) 3.85 (60) 14.38 (50)


251,147 (24) 224,170 (24)
101,650 (35) 88,611 (36)
31,670 (56) 23,410 (58)
14,864 (66) 12,509 (65)
398.733 (14) 338.296 (14)
520,626 (13) 414,969 (13)
379,735 (15) 316,089 (16)
72,559 (42) 60,108 (41)
13,473 (67) 11,263 (66)
31.436 (57) 24.209 (57)
333,467 (19) 262,576 (18)
369,737 (16) 325,925 (15)
200,825 (27) 170,318 (30)
303,677 (20) 247,009 (20)
77.259 (41') 60.019 (42)
240,772 (25) 229,101 (23)
57,246 (48) 52,640 (46)
1,275,976 ( 7) 935,213 ( 8)
197,813 (29) 183,344 (27)
._2 7 ,_28___ _I2 _) 1___ 767726 (33)_
192,723 (30) 172,279 (29)
1,576,981 ( 6) 1,008,701 ( 7)
1,240,417 ( 8) 1,035,617 ( 6)
133,157 (33) 90,880 (34)
1.70~846 (32) ___ 14_ 667 (2_
279,511 (21) 253,717 (19)
172,798 (31) 163,134 (31.)
643,943 (12) 442,270 (12)
252,883 (23) 217,796 (25)
60,581 (46)_ 52.890 (.1.. .
64,434 (45) 49,789 (47)
69,754 (44) 56,161 (43)
15,334 (64) 12,904 (64)
687,491 (11) 535,886 (11)
15.013 (65) 11.101 (67)
39,563 (52) 32,579 (52)
33.925 (55) 29.968 (53)


Counties


Provisional
Mid-Year
Population
Estimate*
July 1, 1968


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
Wash no onn


34,500
36,600
9,300
2,900
65.400
83,200
91,000
1.2,400
2,900
14,900
83,500
65,500
23,900
62,500
19.500
85,000
9,900
318,000
21,500
304,300
52,000
450,000
244,000
33,900
33,000
49,500
35,300
104,000
73,000
14.000
17,300
13,500
6,600
168,000
5 700


(28)
(26)
(55)
(66)
(_21
(17)
(14)
(49)
(66)
(41)
(16)
(20)
(35)
(22)
(38)
(15)
(53)
( 6)
(36)
( 7)
(23)
( 5)
(8)
(29)
(30)
(24)
(27)
(12)
(18)
(43)
(39)
(46)
(60)
(11)
(61I


TOTAL 6,202,000 25.25% 17.57% $30,197,591 $23,475,525


*Includes institutional population.


~_


__


N.mber


RaQtn


Percent


Ran-,


A k -.


b Pe nmo________r PtrIInUUI __Ran Amount RanaLI
Alachua 95,000 (13) 28.21% (19) 23.15% (23) $ 351,215 (17) $ 245.945 (21)
Baker 8,300 (56) 12.16 (45) 22.35 (27) 26,296 (60) 21,074 (60)
Bay 69,000 (19) 2.83 (61) 14.74 (48) 337,236 (18) 294,894 (l/)
Bradford 13,100 (48) 5.65 (55) 23.66 (20) 44,087 (50) 37,090 (50)
Brevard 231.000 ( 9) 107.36 ( 1) 9,23 (63) 861.007 ( 9) ..647,805 ( 9)
Broward 498,400 ( 3) 49.27 ( 7) 16.65 (40) 3,202,885 ( 2) 3,309,087 ( 2)
Calhoun 7,900 (58) 6.76 (52) 15.38 (44) 29,036 (59) 26,339 (56)
Charlotte 21,400 (37) 69.84 ( 3) 3.96 (67) 200,421 (28) 183,780 (26)
Citrus 13,600 (45) 46.24 ( 8) 11.85 (54) 122,219 (34) 100,052 (33)
Clay 25,100 (33) 28.72 (18) 12.60 (53) 92.064 (37) 78.588 (37)
Collier 31,500 (31) 99.37 ( 2) 10.37 (58) 253,853 (22) 229,498 (22)
Columbia 25,000 (34) 24.38 (24) 30.40 (12) 82,700 (40) 68,750 (40)
Dade 1,139,500 ( 1) 21.86 (26) 16.12 (41) 6,438,630 ( 1) 4,737,634 ( 1)
De Soto 13,700 (44) 17.09 (37) 22.39 (26) 54,821 (49) 45,991 (48)
Dixie 5.000 (63) 11.11 (46) 15.69 (42) 20.566 (62) 13.403 (63)
Duval 515,100 ( 2) 13.08 (43) 23.35 (22) 1,795,072 ( 4) 1,422,913 ( 4)
Escambia 195,600 (10) 12.54 (44) 21.08 (34) 712,064 (10) 615,949 (10)
Flagler 5,100 (62) 10.87 (47) 36.54 ( 6) 36,520 (54) 29,509 (55)
Franklin 7,300 (59) 10.61 (48) 21.92 (28) 30,451 (58) 23,273 (59)
Gadsden 44,700 (25) 6.43 (54) 60.58 ( 1) 71.609 (43) 38,855 (49)
Gilchrist 3,400 (65) 17.24 (36) 11.76 (55) 17,088 (63) 14,627 (62)
Glades 3,800 (64) 26.67 (21) 40.00 ( 5) 57,458 (47) 53,650 (44)
Gulf 9,500 (54) (-4.04) (66) 22.92 (25) 42,174 (51) 29,716 (54)
Hamilton 8,100 (57) 5.19 (58) 45.68 ( 4) 36,697 (53) 33,009 (51)
Hardee 14.800 (42) 19.35 (33) 10.67 (57) .97,270 (36) 89.577 (35)
Hendry 12,200 (50) 50.62 ( 6) 27.27 (18) 88,006 (38) 73,308 (38)
Hernando 13,400 (47) 19.64 (32) 21.64 (30) 85,923 (39) 72,269 (39)
Highlands 25,500 (32) 19.72 (30) 21.18 (33) 209,305 (26) 182,140 (28)
Hillsborough 460,000 ( 4) 15.61 (38) 14.31 (51) 1,680,204 ( 5) 1,292,770 ( 5)
Holmes 11.500 (52) 6.48 (53) 4.35 (66) 26,238 (61) 20,900 (61)


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46. Percent Increase in Non-Exempt Assessed Valuation from 1958 to 1968

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.

47. Assessed Value of Personal Property as a Percent of All Non-Exempt Property,
1968

SOURCE: Computed from data in State Comptroller's Analysis by
County of Florida's 1968 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.

48. Assessed Value of Railroad and Telegraph Property as a Percent of All
Non-Exempt Property, 1968

SOURCE: Computed from data in State Comptroller's Analysis by
County of Florida's 1968 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,

49, Assessed Value of Homestead Exempt Property as a Percent of the Value of
Non-Exempt Real Estate. 1968

SOURCE: Computed from data in State Comptroller's Analysis by
County of Florida's 1968 Tax Assessment Rolls

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

50, Non-Exempt Assessed Valuation (1967) Per Pupil in ADA,,Grades 1-12, 1967-68

SOURCE: Computed from data in State Comptroller's Analysis by County
of Florida's 1967 Tax Assessment Rolls and Principals' Annual
Report on Attendance, 1967-68

This table gives the average amount of non-exempt taxable property
for each pupil in average daily attendance in grades 1-12, 1967-68


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Counties


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


Percent
Increase
in Non-Exempt
Assessed
Valuation
From
1958 to 1968


Assessed
Value of
Personal
Property as a
Percent of all
Non-Exempt
Property, 1968


---


Rank


Assessed
Value of
R.R. & Tel.
Property as a
Percent of all
Non-Exempt
Property, 1968


Percent


Rank


---


Assessed Value
of Homestead
Exempt Property
As a Percent of
the Value of
Non-Exempt Real
Estate, 1968


--


---


TOTAL 349.23% 16.97% .99% 20.06% $ 24,987


*University demonstration school ADA excluded.


..


Percent
366.61%
403.61
696.46
530.02
303.84
491.37
976.60
1,104.39
451.35
583.20
942.30
492.85
278.52
520.88
182.93
382.34
640.85
420.91
324.27
118.63
594.30
1,408.93
238.52
895.03
1.164.37
498.74
529.29
670.50
333.68
391.49
830.98
679.55
283.41
531.16
559.74
392.75
496.63
482.79
509.66
339.21
370.40
743.92
558.30
435.89
348.14
1,963.12
1,099.95
274.45
1,267.07
219.71
842.68
177.50
505.67
214.96
637.10
983.63
1,688.05
219.30
620.74
687.74
339.98
413.15
531.23
353.48
283.72
466.52
757.43


Rank
(49)
(44)
(16)
(29)
(56)
(37)
(9)
(6)
(40)
(24)
(10)
(36)
(59)
(31)
(65)
(47)
(20)
(42)
(55)
(67)
(23)
( 3)
(61)
(11)
( 5)
(34)
(30)
(19)
(54)
(46)
(13)
(18)
(58)
(28)
(25)
(45)
(35)
(38)
(32)

(48)
(15)
(26)
(41)

( 1)
( 7)
(60)
( 4)
(62)
(12)
(66)
(33)
(64)
(21)
( 8)
( 2)
(63)
(22)
(17)
(52)
(43)
(27)
(50)
(57)
(39)
(14)


I_


Percent
14.11%
8.90
26.84
21.10
11.67
12.71
21.29
5.26
22.48
14.66
6.28
21.36
17.96
10.59
11.83
15.51
32.59
12.26
9.65
25.60
16.15
28.83
51.75
33.33
11.17
21.06
18.02
10.20
23.74
20.28
11.15
23.34
18.60
13.78
11.74
8.00
11.78
18.99
16.85
18.94
14.74
13.82
10.60
9.97
32 66
1.6.97
15.40
13.12
10.01
16.66
12.14
12.85
33.21
30.64
11,05
13.95
34.35
10.58
11.48
23.99
37.99
40.32
19.76
15.71
23,07
21.29
29.13


-""


(40) 2.90%
(65) 10.08
(12) .7j
(23) 5.21
(52) .62
(46) .12
(20) .5
( 7 13
(- 1. 2 '7

({ <-,) .4 .,
(19) 2.51
(30) .21
(58) 4.83
(49) 6,16
(36) 2.51
(8) 1.16
(47) 6.08
(63) 3.19
(13) 4.77
(34) 7.93
(11) 3.23
(1) 2.59
(5) 2.64
(54,) _2.13,
(24) 1.17
(29) 4.30
(60) 2.18
(15) 1.22
(22) 5.33
(55) .49
(16) 3.45
(28) 7.81
(43) 1.81
(51). 1.59
(65) .50
(50) .74
(26) 5.13
(32) 9.44
(27) 8.71
(38) .84
(42) 2.05
(57) 1.76
(62) .04
( 7) 7,87
(31) .82
(37) 2.82
(44) .49
(61) .49
(33) .38
(48) 3.30
(45) .33
( 6) 1.71
( 9) 3.58
(56) 3.24
(41) 1.06
( 4) .71
(59) .27
(53) 1.73
(14) 9.88
( 3) 5.83
( 2) 3.66
(25) 8.86
(35) 1.13
(17) 1.77
(20) 2.86
(10) 1.76


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(25)
( 1)
(53)
(13)
(55)
(66)
(64)
(47)
(28)
.. (33)
(60)
(31)
(65)
(15)
( 9)
(31)
(46)
(10)
(24)
(16)
( 6)
(23)
(30)
(29)
(35)
(45)
(17)
(34)
(44)
(12)
(57)
(20)
( 8)
(37)
(43)
(56)
(54)
(14)
( 3)
( 5)
(51)
(36)
(39)
(67)
( 7}.).
(52)
(27)
(57)
(57)
__(61)1
(21)
(62)
(42)
(19)
(22)
(49)
(50)
(63)
(41)
(2)
(11)
(18)
( 4)
(47)
(38)
(26)
(39)


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20.51%
22.56
18.37
26.69
24.87
17.15
21.37
17.1.8
16.09
26.56
9.27
23.78
15.23
22.81
18.00
26.29
24.44
10.39
16.75
31.19
20.09
3.49
22.55
14.40
13,52
8.04
17.47
12.61
28.99
38.60
14.25
26.48
17.24
17.09
17.73
18.91
18.96
12.37
21.03
27.20
28.91
17.09
12.21
10.55
21.31
23.34
10.99
24.61
12.11
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37.60
38.23
16.96
25.27
18.65
16.12
17.84
21.19
28.52
20 02
22.35
15.83
18.99
28.02
24.90
40.10
27.13


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(31)
(24)
(38)
(12)
(18)
(45)
(27)
(44)
(51)
(13)
(65)
(21)
(53)
(23)
(39)
(15)
(20)
(64)
(49)
( 5)
(32)
(67)
(25)
(54)
(56)
(66)
(42)
(57)
( 6)
( 2)
(55)
(14)
(43)
(46)
(41)
(36)
(35)
(58)
(30)
(10)
( 7)
(46)
(59)
(63)
(28)
(22)
(62)
(19)
(60)
(61)1
( 4)
( 3)
(48)
(16)
(37)
(50)
(40)
(29)
( 8)
(33)
(26)
(52)
(34)
(9)
(17)
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(11)


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Non-Exempt
Assessed
Valuation (1967)
Per Pupil in ADA
Grades 1-12
1967-68



Amount Rank
$ 17,997* (41)
12,129 (61)
21,615 (33)
12,986 (59)
__!..082 (52)
35,397 (11)
16,185 (46)
72,669 ( 2)
46,91.7 (3)
13.702 (55)
41,250 ( 7)
13,735 (54)
32,540 (16)
22,303 (31)
15.663 (51)
16,183 (47)
16,519 (45)
33,170 (14)
20,126 (35)
6.969 (67)
21,494 (34)
77,437 ( 1)
16,036 (48)
17,737 (42)
31.976 (17)
34,270 (13)
28,536 (19)
37,835 ( 9)
18,697 (39)
11.080 (64)
34,527 (12)
13,135 (57)
12,483 (60)
23,299 (27)
30,129 (18)
32,705 (15)
20,068k (36)
26,462 (22)
17,229 (43)
8.893 (66)
23,133 (28)
25,503 (23)
43,925 ( 6)
35,451 (10)
14.955 (53)
11,382 (63)
24,689 (25)
18,160 (40)
46,566 (4)
45.952 .. 5).
22,832 (30)
23,095 (29)
24,892 (24)
15,71.5 (49)
28.248 (20)
27,514 (21)
22,091 (32)
40,472 ( 8)
15,692 (50)
19.305 (38)
16,521 (44)
19,517 (37)
13,357 (56)
24,606 (26)
11.496 (62)
10,311 (65)
13,033 (58)


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51. Change in Non-Exempt Assessed Valuation Per Pupil in ADA from 1957-58 to
1967-68

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

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

52. Percent Change in Non-Exempt Assessed Valuation Per Pupil in ADA from 1957-58
to 1967-68

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

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

53. Per Capita Personal Income. 1967

SOURCE: Data provided are estimates of Bureau of Economic and Business
Research, University of Florida

Personal income is the current income from all sources both private.and
government before deductions. Inmates and patients in state institutions
are excluded from the population in Alachua, Baker, Broward, Dade, De Soto,
Gadsden, Jackson, Lee, Orange, and Union Counties.

54. Change in Per Capita Income from 1960 to 1967

SOURCE: Computed from data in "Business and Economic Dimensions," and
estimates for 1967 provided by the Bureau of Economic and
Business Research, University of Florida. Data for the two
years are not strictly comparable.

55. Percent of Change in Per Capita Income from 1960 to 1967

SOURCE: "Business and Economic Dimensions," Bureau of Economic and
Business Research, University of Florida and 1967 estimates
of the Bureau, Computations made by State Department of
Education, Research Division, although data are not strictly
comparable.


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Change in
Non-Exempt
Assessed
Valuation
Per Pupil in
ADA from
1957-58 to 1967-68


Percent
Change in
Non-Exempt
Assessed
Valuation
Per Pupil in ADA
1957-58 to 1967-68


Amount
$2,534
1,606
2,532
1,797
4.404


Rank
(19)
(54)
(20)
(47)
( I5


Amount Rank
$ 856 (20)
662 (35)
1,009 ( 8)
932 (16)
2 094 ( 25


Percent Rank
51.01% (31)
70.13 (14)
66.25 (17)
107.87 ( 3)
on (, < \\


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rd 24,193 (16) 215.93 (57) 2,504 (21) 711 (29) 39.65 (44)
un 14,777 (38) 1,049.50 ( 2) 1,339 (62) 577 (44) 75.72 ( 9)
otte 56,767 ( 2) 356.98 (39) 1,995 (35) 682 (33) 51.94 (28)
s 38,564 ( 5) 461.68 (28) 1,815 (45) 670 (34) 58.51 (19)
9,986 (56) 268,73 (48) 1.452 (61) 236 (65) 19.41 (65)
er 32,497 ( 8) 371.27 (34) 2,785 (13) 697 (32) 33.38 (51)
bia 11,031 (49) 407.95 (33) 1,935 (39) 777 (25) 67.10 (16)
20,363 (23) 167.23 (60) 3,413 ( 4) 1,045 ( 6) 44.13 (38)
to 19,372 (28) 660.93 (11) 1,914 (42) 661 (36) 52.75 (25)
,9133 (61) 13986 (63) 1.695 (51) 707 (31) 71.56 (13)
11,639 (46) 256.14 (51) 3,301 ( 5) 1,008 ( 9) 43.96 (39)
bia 13,536 (41) 453.77 (29) 2,867 (11) 985 (10) 52.34 (26)
er 24,735 (14) 293.24 (46) 1,683 (52) 198 (64) 13.33 (66)
lin 13,845 (40) 220.43 (56) 1,991 (36) 1,027 ( 7) 106.54 ( 4)
en 2,770 (66) 66.00 (66) 1,581 (57) 393 (59) 33.08 (52)


18,186 (31) 549.76 (16) 1,510 (59)
68,995 ( 1) 817.28 ( 6) 4,086 ( 2)
10,564 (51) 193.06 (59) 3,255 ( 6)
16,078 (35) 969.14 ( 3) 2,140 (32)
28.899 (10) 939.19 ( 4) 2,006 (34)


3,417
1,930
2,174
2,833
995
2,634
1,583
1,465
1,798
2,367
2,449
2,625
1,765
1,606
1.312
2,113
1,890
2,660
2,225
2.380
3,063
1,949
3,067
1,770
3.080
1,631
2,555
2,546
2,227
2.200
1,984
1,839
2,995
1,515
1,926
1,731.
2,354
2,265
2,208
_ 1199
1,213
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(40)
(31)
(12)
(67)
(15)
(56)
(60)
(46)
(24)
(22)
(16)
(49)
(55)
(6)-
(33)
(43)
(14)
(28)

( 9)
(38)
( 8)
(48)
__L 7)_
(53)
(17)
(18)
(27)

(37)
(44)
(10)
(58)
(41)
(50)
(25)
(26)
(29)
(66)
(65)
/(./,'


459 (53)
2,571 ( 1)
1,439 ( 3)
1,172 ( 5)
499 (49)
641 (38)
513 (47)
426 (55)
965 (12)
239 (64)
823 (21)
468 (52)
503 (48)
770 (26)
449 (54)
795 (24)
890 (17)
620 (39)
567 (46)
381 (60)___
762 (28)
469 (51)
934 (15)
-352 (67)
_941 (4)__
1,236 ( 4)
884 (18)
607 (40)
583 (42)
945 (13)
417 (57)
708 (30)
595 (41)
770 (26)
595 (41)
420 (56)
877 (19)
811 (23)
267 (63)
S818 (22)
580 (43)
982 (11)
643 (37)
494 (50)
290 (62)_
403 (58)
365 (61)


43.67 (40)
169.70 ( 1)
77.12 ( 8)
121.07 ( 2)
33.11 (54)
23.09 (64)
36.20 (49)
24.37 (61)
51.66 (29)
31,61 (56)
45.44 (36)
41.97 (41)
52.29 (27)
74.90 (10)
23.41 (62)
48.07 (35)
51.30 (30)
55.61 (21)
54.57 (22)
_4.09__2_ (42) __
56.40 (20)
33.00 (53)
54.11 (23)
-13.66 (67)
65J39 (18)
67.65 (15)
83.00 ( 7)
74.67 (60)
49.12 (34)
44.26 (37)
34.35 (50)
38.33 (46)
30.50 (57)
52.85 (24)
_37 07 (48)
28.21 (59)
91.16 ( 5)
37.13 (47)
21.39 (63)
73.83 (11) .
50.39 (32)
71.57 (12)
39.64 (45)
28.82 (58)
_._390. (L55)._
49.75 (33)
An A7 (hAT


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


Counties


Per Capita
Personal.
Income
1967


ua


ord
d


Change in
Per Capita
Income From
1960 to 1967


Amount
$12,643
8,752
18,394
10,783
1 12/.


Rank
(43)
(63)
(30)
(50)
(I77


Percent of
Change in
Per Capita
Income from
1960 to 1967


Percent
236.1/4%
259.16
571.06
489.47
9 62


Rink
(54)
(50)
(15)
(22)
(674


Alach
Baker
Bay
Bradf
Breva
Browa
Calho
Charl
Citru
Clay
Colli
Colum
Dade
De So
Dixie
Duval
Escam
Flagl
Frank
Gadsd


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$1 7,643 240.24% $ 2,853 $ 903 46.31%


26,988
22,347
31,280
12,917
9.368
28,577
11,578
9,238
19,581
24,332
20,097
15,250
21,966
14,334
6.912_
16,743
21,267
33,593
27,062
10,521
10,090
20,106
9,687
41,441
S38.668
19,472
10,343
19,281
9,417
23,308
23,521
20,593
35,639
11,265
16.470
12,459
15,781
10,500
16,778
9,032
8,508


(13)
(19)
( 9)
(42)
(59)
(11)
(47)
(60)
(26)
(15)
(25)
(37)
(20)
(39)
(65)
(33)
(21.)
( 7)
(12)
(52)
(55)
(24)
(57)
( 3)
(4)
(27)
(54)
(29)
(58)
(18)
(17)
(22)
( 6)
(48)
(32)
(44)
(36)
(53)
(32)
(62)
(64)


370.61
361.08
477.19
223.48
547.20
480.29
743.61
284.68
526.65
419.73
1.59.40
316.52
488.57
495.13
34L8 91
262.02
502.05
325.14
322.59

780.96
438.71
114.33
808.60
530.86
579.52
81.11
343.63
149.52
471.82
589.06
1,374.70
737.41
254.46
580.95
306.72
422.40
367.52
214.33
366.56
471.88


(35)
(38)
(25)
(55)
(17)
(24)
( 9)
(47)
(19)
(132)
(61)
(44)
(23)
(21)
(40)
(49)
(20)
(42)
(43)
(5 3)
( 8)
(30)
(64)
( 7)
S(18)
(14)
(65)
(41)
(62)
(27)
(12)
( 1)
(10)
(52)
(13)
(45)
(31)
(36)
(58)
(37)
(26)
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56. 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.

57. Percent of Families with an Annual Income of $10,000 and Over, 1960

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

58. Percent of Families with an Annual Income of Less than $3,000, 1960

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

59. Personal Income, 1967 Per Pupil (1-12) in ADA 1967-68

SOURCE: Computed from estimates for 1967 provided by the Bureau
of Economic and Business Research, University of Florida
and Principals' Annual Report on Attendance, 1967-68

60. Public School Revenue from Local Sources 1967-68, as a Percent of Personal
Income for 1967

SOURCE: Computed from estimates for 1967 provided by the Bureau of
Economic and Business Research, University of Florida and
State Department of Education.Records.

This table attempts to estimate the percent of personal income
payments that make up public school revenue receipts from local
sources.


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56 57 58


Median
Family
Income
Counties 1960


Percent of
Families with
an Annual Income
of $10,000 and
Over, 1960


Percent of
Families with
an Annual Income
of Less Than
$3,000, 1960


Pe rsonal
Income, 1967,
Per Pupil (- 12)
in ADA
1967-68


Public School
Revenue from
Local S1ources
1967-68 as a
Percent of
Personal
Income
1967


Percent Rank


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


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Amount Rank


A t an Prcet an


Percent Rank


$4,471
3,227
4,413
3,797
6,123
4,996
2,673
3,918
3,217
4,202
4,673
3,607
5,348
3,542
3,210
5,345
5,174
3,375
2,699
2,866
2,563
3,625
4,858
2,687
3 602
4,127
3,338
3,735
4,616
2,137
4,218
2,865
2,741
3,342
3.680
4,286
5,173
2,886
3,277
2,614
3,814
3,572
4,295
4,660
4,465
4,901
4,096
5,222
3,368
4,784
3,307
4,359
4,476
3,559
4,149
4,211
4,692
4,688
4,446
3,023
2,767
3,844
3,379
4,114
2.783
3,138
2,662
$4,722
$4,722


(17)
(50)
(20)
(35)
(1)
( 7)
(63)
(32)
(51)
(26)
(13)-
(39)
( 2)
(42)
(52)
( 3)
( 5)
(44)
(61)
(56)
(66)
(38)
( 9)
(62)
(40)
(28)
(47)
(36)
(15)
(67)
(24)
(57)
(60)
(46)
(37)
(23)
( 6)
(55)
(49)
(65)
(34)
(41)
(22)
(14)
(18)
( 8)
(30)
( 4)
(45)
(10)
(48)
(21)
(16)
(31)
(27)
(25)
(11)
(12)
(19)
(54)
(59)
(33)
(43)
(29)
(58)
(53)
(64)


11.2%
6.3
9.1
5.7
18.6
12.8
5.2
7.6
4.2
7.5
13.8
6.1
14.0
5.6
2.5
12.4
10.4
5.5
1.5
6.0
4.5
5.5
6.4
4.2
6.9
6.9
6.3
6.3
9.1
2.5
9.9
4.3
4.9
5.9
7.9
9.9
13.6
4.1
.5
3.0
7.6
6.6
9.5
8.3
9.5
12.1
7.7
14.0
5.1
12.1
5.4
10.2
10.1
7.1
9.9
8.9
7.1
12.2
8.7
4.6
3.7
8.5
4.6
8.7
3.3
4.2
2.7
11.1%


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(38)
(20)
(44)
( 1)
( 6)
(49)
(29)
(56)
(31)
( 4)
(41)
( 2)
(45)
(64)
(7)
(12)
(46)
(66)
(42)
(54)
(46)
(37)
(56)
(34)
(34)
(38)
(38)
(20)
(64)
(15)
(55)
(51)
(43)
(27)
(15)
( 5)
(59)
(67)
(62)
(29)
(36)
(18)
(26)
(18)
( 9)
(28)
( 2)
(50)
(9)
(48)
(13)
(14)
(32)
(15)
(22)
(32)
( 8)
(23)
(52)
(60)
(25)
(52)
(23)
(61)
(56)
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31.4%
45.9
28.8
37.7
17.6
24.8
54.9
33.2
45.7
30.6
29.9
41.5
22.8
40.8
46.0
22.4
23.9
46.2
56.7
52.5
60.0
39.6
30.0
56.0
41.0
33.2
45.3
37.6
28.4
66.4
32.5
52.3
54.4
45.7
40.2
32.2
27.3
52.2
46.2
57.1
37.2
42.0
30.7
24.6
32.3
22.0
28.2
22.3
44.1
28.2
45.3
31.4
29.2
38.4
35.0
32.1
30.0
27.6
31.9
49.7
54.0
39.9
42.8
34.4
54.3
48.2
55.4
28.4%


Rank
(46)
(19)
(54)
(34)
(67)
(60)
( 7)
(39)
(20)
(49)
(52)
(27)
(63)
(29)
(18)
(64)
(62)
(16)
( 4)
(11)
( 2)
(32)
(50)
( 5)
(28)
(39)
(22)
(35)
(55)
(1)
(41)
(12)
( 8)
(21)
(30)
(43)
(59)
(13)
(16)
(3)
(36)
(26)
(48)
(61)
(42)
(66)
(56)
(65)
(24)
(56)
(22)
(46)
(53)
(33)
(37)
(44)
(50)
(58)
(45)
(14)
(10)
(31)
(25)
(38)
( 9)
(15)
(6)


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Amount
$11,834
5,335
11,118
6,882
17.. 111
13,249
5,820
14,615
9,407
5.185
13,126
7,906
19,318
9,112
6,453
15,256
12,904
7,797
9,607
6.019
6,459
20,925
11,758
8,376
9-494
15,857
8,459
9,941
14,311
4.832
12,092
7,292
5,429
8,172
11,539
12,219
12,348
7,854
6,162
5.494
12,019
8,422
13,558
15,998
8.938
11,946
8,046
13,604
8,959
16,313
9,448
16,585
12,159
8,803
11,932
9,568
8,110
18,675
6,814
8.471
7,636
8,827
6,344
13,105
5.231
5,059
5,742
$14,150


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Rank
(25)
(63)
(28)
(52)
(4)
(14)
(59)
(10)
(34)
(65)
(15)
(47)
( 2)
(35)
(55-)
( 9)
(17)
(49)
(30)
(58)
(54)
( 1)
(26)
(43)
(32) .
( 8)
(41)
(29)
(11)
(67)
(21)
(51)
(62)
(44)
(27),
(19)
(18)
(48)
(57)
(61)
(22)
(42)
(13)
( 7)
(37)
(23)
(46)
(12)
(36)
( 6)
(33)
( 5)
(20)
(39)
(24)
(31)
(45)
( 3)
(53)
(40),

(38)
(56)
(16)
(64)
(66)
(60m


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1.91% 33)
2.08 (41)
1.50 (60)
2.08 (41)
1.49 L61 ...
2.84 (17)
1.97 (47)
3.72 ( 6)
4.25 ( 3)
2.45 '.(27
3.94 (4)
2.21 (37)
2.00 (45)
2.21 (37)
3.74 (-5)
1.77 (56)
1.74 (57)
3.21 ( 8)
.89 (66)
1.93 (50)
5.07 (11)
1.86 (55)
2.43 (28)
3.12 ( 9)
2.42 (29).
1.93 (50)
3.45 ( 7)
2.48 (26)
1.94 (48)
1.71.1 (58)
2.87 (15)
1.14 (65)
2.02 (44)
1.26 (63)
2.87 15)
2.74 (2
1.94 (48)
2.58 (23)
1.16 (64)
1.44 (62)
2.33 (31)
2.90 (14)
2.57 (24)
1.90 (54)
2.24 (35)
.81 (67)
5.08 ( 1)
2.15 (39)
2.84 (17)
2,97. (13)
2.75 (20)
2.39 (30)
2.32 (32)
4.61 ( 2)
2.30 (33)
2.56 (25)
2.07 (43)
2.24 (35)
3.09 (10)
1.93 (50)
2.75 (2.)
2.80 (19)
2.10 (40)
3.05 (12)
1,.99 46)
2.29 (34)
1.61 .,(5)


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61. Revenue Receipts from All Sources, 1967-68


SOURCE: County Superintendentsv Annual Financial Report, 1967-68

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

62. Revenue Receipts from Local Sources, 1967-68

SOURCE: County Superintendents' Annual Financial Report, 1967-68

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, grades 1-12 and ad valorem taxes received for
junior college operations but excludes gifts and bequests.

63. Local Revenue Receipts Per Capita, Based on Estimated Population July, 1968 and
Local Revenue Receipts 1967-68

SOURCE: Computed from data in "Provisional Estimates of the Population
of Florida Counties for July, 1968 and Revisions for
July, 1967," Bulletin No. 18, dated December, 1968, Bureau
of Economic and Business Research, University of Florida and
County Superintendents' Annual Financial Report, 1967-68

64. Percent Increase in Revenue Receipts from Local Sources from 1957-58 to
1967-68

SOURCE: Computed from data in Biennial Report of the State Superintendent
of Public Instruction, 1957-58 and County Superinteendents' Annual
Financial Report, 1967-68

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

65. Revenue Receipts from Local Sources Per Pupil in ADA, Grades 1-12, 1967-68

SOURCE: Computed from data in County Superintendents' Annual Financial
Report, 1967-68 and Principals' Annual Report on Attendance,
1967-68

This is found by dividing the average daily attendance, grades 1-12, for
1967-68 into the total local revenue receipts for 1967-68. Local revenue
receipts include all revenue from local sources for kindergartens and
grades 1-12, and ad valorem taxes received for
junior college.


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61 62 63 64 65
Revenue Revenue Local Revenue Percent Increase Revenue
Receipts Receipts Receipts Per in Revenue Receipts
From All From Capita leased Receipts from from Local
Sources >Local on Estimated Local Sources Sources Per
Counties 1967-63 Sources Population from 1957-58 Pupil in ADA
1967-68 ** July, 1968 to 1967-68 ** Grades 1-12
and Local Revenue ** 1967-68 **
Receipts
1967-68i

_Amount Rank Amount [Rank Amount Rank Percent Rank Amount Rank

Alachua $11,588,673 (14) $ 4,400,215 (15) $46.32 (42) 252.33% (35) $225.48 (37)
Baker 1,287,174 (58) 240,897 (58) 29.02 (54) 135.40 (59) 111.11 (56)
Bay 9,854,900 (18) 2,604,173 (21) 37.74 (47) 199.72 (48) 166.91 (49)
Bradford 2,151,708 (44) 484,,44 (51) 37.01 (49) 254.64 (34) 142.81 (51)
Brevard 36,973,277 ( 8) __14,519,424 ( 8) 62,05 ( '0) 962.11 (2) 254.33 (27)


Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Soto
Dixie
Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsdcn
Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
lHendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla
Walton
Washington
TOTAL $i


61,i74,209
1,471,619
2,674,006
2,678,331
3.722.078
5,615,790
3,539,794
155,054,638
1,368,705
1.038,989
64,294,521
24,672,043
788,629
910,148
5,487,373
662,655
777,056
1,986,902
1,559,169
1,925,673
1,700,805
2,274,784
3,293,145
55,459,896
1.601,538
4,785,000
4,462,985
1,605,138
475,995
9.141,480
10,283,989
11,495,200
1,952,055
656,129
2,051,057
10,793,153
8,797,229
3,158,857
6,081,706
3,006,974
11,678,902
1,844,089
42,686,253
2,604,799
44,346,946
5,049,077
49,068,006
29,719,879
6,397,991
3,925,791
5,754,776
4,698,481
12,243,291
9,584,785
1,804,791
2,670,123
2,438,705
820,590
20,627,089
943,996
2,228,502
1,871,368
309,917,407


JJ, 5U,12I
206,086
1,498,673
1,029,899
852,670
3,183,203
1,050,187
76,574,236
494,961
317,141
29,953,307
9,680,629
275,940
123,834
111 270
1.57,795
289,393
751,051
541,306
688,233
743,929
878,625
1,315,241
23,633,748
188,928
2,497,253
640,911
278,495
65,661
4,376,369
5,321,513
4,531,075
554,999
56,017
279,123
4,041,927
3,422,870
1,591,565
2,603,331
1,033,375
2,055,607
522,784
20,559,104
1,081,508
27,084,625
2,193,606
27,09G,013
14,058,834
1,794,707
1,657,218
2,491,295
1,307,801
6,662,404
3,398,031
513,789
820,322
883,244
153,114
11,157,580
136,043
445,456
240,836
$369,165,059


( 2)
(60)
(30)
(37)
(40)
(20)
(35)
( 1)
(50)
(53)
(3)
(11)
(57)
(65)
(33)
(62)
(54)
(42)
(47)
(44)
(43)
(39)
(31)
( 6)
(61)
(23)
(45)
(56)
(66)
(16)
(13)
(14)
(46)
(67)
(55)
(17)
(18)
(29)
(22)
(36)
(26)
(48)
( 7)
(34)
( 5)
(25)
( 4)
( 9)
(27)
(28)
(24)
(32)
(12)
(19)
(49)
(41)
(38)
(63)
(10)
(64)
(52)
(59)


67.72
26.09
70.03
75.73
33.97
101.05
42.01
67.20
36.13
63.43
58.15
49.49
54.11
17,65
25.04
46.41
76.16
79.06
66.83
46.50
60.98
65.57
51.58
51..38
16.43
72.38
17.51
29.95
22.64
66.92
63.96
40.,20
4/1.76
19.32
1L.73
48.41
52.26
66.59
41.65
52.99
24.1.8
52.81
64.65
50.30
89.01
42.18
60.22
57.62
52.94
50.22
50.33
37.05
64.06
46.55
36.70
47.42
65.43
23.20
66.41
23.87
27.50
20.41
$59.52


(56)
( 7)
( 5)
(52)
( 1)
(45)
( 9)
(51)
(19)

(36)
(25)
(65)
(57)
T47Th
( 4)
( 3)
(11)
(40)
(21)
(14)
(3c)
(31)
(67)
( 6)
(66)
(53)
(61)
(10)
(18)
(35)
(43)
(63)
(64)
(37)
(29)
(12)
(46)
(26)
(5'3)
(28)
(16)
(33)
( 2)
(44)
(22)
(24)
(27)
(34)
(32)
(48)
(17)
(39)
(50)
(38)
(15)
(60)
(13)
(59)
(55)
(62)


* Rounded to nearest dollar.
** Excludes gifts and bequests ($4,065,833)


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250.91
281.12
707.77
603.68
291.56
515.46
144.13
127.46
347.57
234.98
297.0-8
369.86
186.24
6.08
161.62
216.08
69.59
217,83
588.28
298.03
191.67
439.87
161.75
243.43
105.31
414.18
1.39.33
166.60
116.04
271.42
445.95
322.10
326.19
77.07
184.22
225.01
306.44
420.75
130.90
185.90
840.48
485.09
330.34
339.19
458.72
437.22
262.35
214.45
125.20
153.11
325.20
540.49
456.13
428.59
209.59
243.01
276.91
1,126.68
351.04
248.86
211.07
220.89
248.57X%


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(36) 373.00 (10)
(30) 114.88 (55)
(4) 543.39 ( 1)
(5) 395.35 ( 7)
(29) 126.90 (53) .
( 8) 517.26 ( 2)
(57) 174.42 (47)
(61) 387.00 ( 9)
(20) 201.37 (44)
(40) 241.54 (32)
(28) 251.24 (28)
(18) 224.57 (39)
(50) 250.63 (29)
(67) 85.15 (63)
(55) 108.93 58)
(44) 198.48 (46)
(66) 390.02 ( 8)
(43) 285.57 (19)
( 6) 261.63 (24)
(27) 226.24 (36)
(49) 287.68 (18)
(13) 291.81 (17)
(54) 237.75 (34)
(38) 262.99 (23)
(64) 79.78 (65)
(17) 343.31 (12)
(58) 82.82 (64)
(53) 109.77 (57)
(63) 102.92 (60)
(32) 330.73 (14)
(12) 334.29 (13)
(25) 239.49 (33)
(23) 202.41 (43)
(65) 71.63 (67)
(52) 78.96 (66)
(41) 280.40 (21)
(26) 236.09 (35)
(16) 348.11 (11)
(60) 303.91 (15)
(51) 200.03 (45)
(3) 97.18 (61)
(9) 224.76 (38)
(22) 292.60 (16)
(21.) 254.59 (26)
(10) 483.85 ( 3)
(14) 259.88 (25)
(33) 396.85 ( 6)
(45) 282.13 (20)
(62) 211.81 (40)
(56) 274.01 (22)
(24) 245.23 (31)
( 7) 167.20 (48)
(11) 418.72 ( 4)
(15) 210.86 (41)
(47) 163.73 (50)
(39) 210.34 (42)
(31) 247.13 (30)
( 1) 133.37 (52)
(19) 399.34 ( 5)
(37) 104.17 (59)
(46) 116.09 (54)
(42) 92.52 (62)
$305.46


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66. Percent of Total Revenue Receipts Derived from Local Sources, 1967-68

SOURCE: Computed from data in County Superintendents' Annual Financial
Report, 1967-68

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

67. Required Local Effort (K-12) as a Percent of Foundation Program, Excluding
Capital Outlay (March Program), 1968-69

SOURCE: State Department of Education records

This table gives the percentage of the 1968-69 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, education improvement expense and recal-
culation funds, but excludes capital outlay and debt service funds. Required
local effort (grades 1-12) 1967-68, for all counties collectively is
equivalent to a 3 mill levy on all nonexempt assessed property for the counties
collectively. 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 pro-
gram under the Minimum Foundation Program is required to increase its local
minimum effort by 5%.

68. Local Effort Required to Participate in-Minimum Foundation Program. Grades 1-12
1968-69

SOURCE: Computed from Application of Index of Taxpaying Ability, 1968-69,
Division of Research, 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.

69. Increase in Required L.:al 'Effort, 1968-69 Over 1958-59. Grades 1-12

SOURCE: Computed from Application of Index of Taxpaying Ability, Division
of Research, State Department of Education

This table shows the increase in local effort required for participation
in the Florida Minimum Foundation Program .oer a ten year period. These
funds are derived primarily from local prcp.'t'; takes except under certain
conditions provided by law.

70. Percent Increase in Required Local Effort 1968-69 Over 1958-59. Grades 1-12

SOURCE: Computed from Appli~.ati.:: n of Index of Taxpaying Ability, Division
of Research, State Department of Education

This table shows the percent increase in local effort required for participation
in the Florida Minimum Foundation Program over a ten year period.


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Percent of
Total Revenue
Receipts
Derived from
Local Sources*
1967-68


Required Local
Effort (K-12) as
a Percent of
Foundation Program,
Excluding Capital
Outlay (March
Program) 1968-69


Local Effort
Required to
Participate
in Minimum
Foundation
Program
Grades 1-12
1968-69


Increase in
Required Local
Effort 1968-69
Over 1958-59
Grades 1-12


Prrccnt Tncreoas
in Required Local
Effort 1968-69
Over 1958-59
Grades 1-12


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Soto
Dixie
Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Illchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes
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


Percent
39.60%
18.72
26.43
22.53
39.27
54.66
14.00
57.55
38.45
22.91
56.68
29.67
49.39
36.16
30.52
46.59
39.24
35.50
I-. L.6
20.40
23.81
37.24
37.80
34.72
35.74
43.74
38.62
39.94
42.61
11.80
52.19
14.36
17.35
13.79
47.88
51.75
39.42
28.43
8.54
13.61
37.45
38.91
50.38
42.81
34.37
17.60
28.35
48.16
41.52
61.07
43.45
55.23
47.30
28.05
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St. Johns . __ .
St. Lucie 43.29 (18) 16.16 (17) 707,672 (22) 475,190 (21) 204.40 (12)
Santa Rosa 27.83 (48) 8.52 (56) 308,652 (32) 202,305 (30) 190.23 (18)
Sarasota 54.42 ( 6) 20.46 ( 2) 1,568,101 (12) 1,043,124 (12) 198.70 (15)
Seminole 35.45 (38) 10.77 (43) 745,387 (20) 496,529 (19) 199.52 (14)
Sumter 28.47 (44) 12.19 (39) 175,288 (44) 82,556 (47) 89.03 (53)
Suwannee 30.72 (41) 11.15 (40) 219,523 (41) 110,601 (44) 101.54 (47)
Taylor 36.22 (34) 10.28 (47) 171,492 (46) 89,801 (45) 109.93 (43)
Union 18.66 (56) 8.66 (55) 47,866 (63) 22,838 (63) 91.25 (51)
Volusia 54.09 ( 7) 17.43 ( 9) 2,143,812 (11) 1,287,542 (10) 150.37 (32)
Wakulla 14.41 (59) 5.78 (66) 36.642 (65) 14.374 (67) 64.55 (6A)
Walton 19.99 (54) 8.00 (59) 144,175 (50) 66,392 (50) 85.36 (55)
Washington 12.87 j (65) 5.58 (67) 83,930 (56) 35,207 (57) 72.26 (62)_
TOTAL 45.58% 15.16% $82,527,301 $51,513,149 166.10%


* Excludes gifts and bequests.


Counties


Rank
(24)
(55)
(49)
(52)
(26)
(5)
(62)
( 2)
(30)
(51)
( 3)
(43)
(11)
(35)
(42)
(15)
(27)
(37)
(,1I)
(53)
(50)
(33)
(31)
(39)
(36)
(16)
(29)
(23)
(20)
(66)
( 8)
(60)
(58)
(63)
(13)
(9)
(25)
(45)
(67)
(64)
(32)
(28)
(10)
(19)
(40)
(57)
(46)
(12)
(22)
(1)
(17)
( 4)
(14)
(47)
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Percent
12.73%
9.75
11.96
8.05
12.14
16.61
6.13
19.23
13.04
8.82
16.89
10.83
17.86
13.87
8.84
14.73
12.03
17.88
,. 5

10.5
14.66
9.45
8.37
17.64
21.21
13.71
16.88
15.31
7.16
15.29
9.03
7.53
10.68
17.36
16.79
12.33
10.77
7.47
8.73
14.65
12.19
16.01
14.97
10.90
7.65
17.22
14.75
14.92
18.27
16.65
18.91
16.07
11.29
15 a5


Rank
(32)
(48)
(37)
(58)
(35)
(16)
(65)
( 3)
(31)
(53),
(12)
(42)
( 7)
(29)
(52)
(26)
(36)
( 6)
(--9)
(4(-.i
(27)
(50)
(57)
( 8)
( 1)
(30)
(13)
(21)
(63)
(22)
(51)
(61)
(45)
-10)
(14)
(33)
(43)
(62)
(54)
(28)
(34)
(19)
(23)
4(1)
(60)
(11)
(25)
(24)
( 5)
(15)
( 4)
(18)
(38)
(9n C


Amount
$1,108,012
97,877
829,069
148,384
2.918,578
6,973,557
64,536
258,063
188,410
261,364
419,321
298,089
16,072,770
155,482
56,531
6,829,959
2,211,072
92,018
2.1 73
3_1 7_,. 9 *
'., 380
58,264
111,577
82,857
230,746
248,902
191,463
438,303
6,203,330
83,435
495,989
347,935
97,547
35,569
1.033,242
1,213,481
1,027,217
155,481
33,011
142,360
1,052,223
838,477
348,678
549,879
248,325
713,944
174,463
4,750,106
288,185
4,635,311
611,775
5,848,132
3,618,822
431,123
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$ 695,555
52,441
485,773
74, 322
_29j,_9112
5,060,883
32,684
202,020
122,164
176.137
298,180
179,367
8,984,175
82,568
30,975
3,893,973
1,266,226
37,030
1I2, 3 8

21,197
27,560
55,069
36,088
143 782
158,527
121,495
291,358
3,734,914
24,756
337,569
155,957
35,209
17,643
617 218
898,594
631,197
79,713
14,837
61,351
683,434
482,869
242,268
355,203
125,757
516,012
138,983
3,232,366
191,297
3,090,310
386,891
3,696,401
2,248,307
226,213
ion 8ac9


Rank
(14)
(53)
(20)
(49)
_ 8
(2)
(58)
(31)
(41)
(35)
(26)
(34)
( 1)
(46)
(59)
( 3)
(11)
(54)
(60)
(q3)
(6-)
(61)
(52)
(55)
(38)
(36)
(42)
(27)
( 4)
(62)
(25)
(37)
(56)
(65)
(17)
(13)
(16)
(48)
(66)
(51)
(15)
(22)
(28)
(24)
(40)
(18)
(39)
( 6)
(32)
( 7)
(23)
( 5)
( 9)
(29)
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Percent
168.64%8
115.42
141.50
100.35
595.78
264.60
102.61
360.47
184.41
206.67
246.14
151.08
126.74
113.24
121.20
132.63
134.01
67.34
88.26
58.00
84. 17
89.76
97.45
77.16
165.34
175.41
173.64
198.28
151.31
42.19
213.08
81.24
56.48
98.42
148.36
285.37
159.39
105.21
81.64
75.73
185.32
135.79
227.67
182.46
102.60
260.70
391.72
212.97
197.44
200.02
172.04
171.79
164.05
110.40
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(26)
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(34)
(48)

( 5)
(45)
( 3)
(20)
( 11.
( 7)
(31)
(38)
(41)
(39)
(37)
(36)
(63)
(5.)
(65)
t 6)
(52)
(50)
(60)
(27)
(22)
(23)
(16)
(30)
(67).
( 9)
(58)
(66)
(49)
(33)
( 4)
(29)
(44)
(57)
(61-L-
(19)
(35)
( 8)
(21)

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(17)
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71. Required Local Effort Per Pupil in ADA, Grades 1-12, 1967-68


SOURCE: Computed from ApplLcation of Index of Tl'ay..i -rag Ability,
1967-68, Division of Research, State D.ps m.nr of Education,
and Principalso Annual Report on Attendance, 1967-68

This is found by dividing the required local effort, grades 1-12, 1967-68
by the number of pupils in average daily attendance in grades 1-12, 1967-68,

72. Percent by Which Taxes Collected Exceeded Required Local Effort for Kinder-
garten. Grades 1-12 and Junior College, 1967-68

SOURCE: Computed from Application of Index of Taxpaying Ability, 1967-68,
Division of Research, State Department of Education, and County
Superintendents' Annual Financial Report, 1967-68

This expresses, in percent, the funds raised from local ad valorem taxes
in excess of the minimum required effort 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 village levied
for repayment of district bonds issued are not included.

73. 'Millae Necessary to Meet Required Local Effort for Kindergarten, Grades 1-12,
and Junior College, 1968-69

SOURCE: Computed from data in Analysis by, County of Florida's 1968
Tax Assessment Rolls, State Comptroller and Application of
Index of Taxpaying Ability, 1968-69, Division of Research,
State Department of Education

This gives the number of mills which must be levied on the nonexempt
property in each county in order to provide the minimum county effort
required for participation in the K-12 Minimum Foundation Program and
the Junior College Minimum Foundation Program. In determining this
village, on'e hundred percent collection of taxes is assumed.,

74. County Percent of State's Taxpaying Ability as Measured by the Index of
Taxpaying Ability, 1968-69

SOURCE: Index of Taxpaying.Ability for the Year 1967-68, Division of
Research, State Department of Education

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

75. Change in Index of Taxpaying Ability from 1958-59 to 1968-69

SOURCE: Computed from Index of Taxpaying Ability for the year 1958-59
and Index of Taxpaying Ability for the year 1968-69, Division
of Research, State Department of Education


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71 72 73 74 75

Required Percent By Millage County Percent Change in
Local Effort Which Taxes Necessary of State's Index of
Per Pupil Collected 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 1958-59 to
1967-68 Effort, K, 1-12, for Grades Taxpaying Ability 1968-69
& J.C., 1967-68 K, 1-12 6 J.C. 1968-69
1968-69

Amount Rank Percent Rank Mills Rank Percent Rank Amount Rank


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


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$4.585 (37)
35.93 (48)
42.26 (40)
34.36 (54)
39.39 (46)
60.10 (18)
25.73 (63)
67.90 ( 6)
57.52 (19)
29.01 (59)
53.69 (26)
40.11 (45)
68.02 ( 5)
51.91 (30)
35.06 (51)
52.43 (28)
42.02 (42)
74.57 ( 3)
33.96 (55)
24.83 (65)
49.41 (32)
73.47 ( 4)
35.59 (49)
30.55 (58)
61.19 (14)
78.97 ( 1)
52.21 (29)
64.38 ( 9)
56.17 (21)
27.54 (62)
53.97 (24)
36.30 (47)
32.18 (57)
44.92 (38)
60.76 (16)
60.14 (17)
43.62 (39)
46.85 (36)
34.94 (53)
33.89 (56)
54.54 (23)
48.55 (33)
62.76 (10)
52.72 (27)
42.07 (41)
25.37 (64)
61.69 (11)
55.41 (22)
49.96 (31)
66.56 ( 7)
53.83 (25)
65.53 ( 8)
61.10 (15)
41.40 (44)
61.62 (12)
56.49 (20)
28.48 (60)
76.22 ( 2)
35.12 (50)
47.09 (35)
47.40 (34)
41.91 (43)
35.03 (52)
61.20 (13)
21.48 (67)
27.89 (61)
23.87 (66)
$55.28


301.40%
148.04
200.61
221.29
368.63
418.64
270.19
537.63
472.69
282.34
604.20
245.80
374.76
285.19
437.23
307.44
347.42
185.45
146.30
274.45
225.55
364.57
383.25
588.13
172.07
258.38
446.60
224.51
334.48
159.30
412.77
96.02
190.92
103.54
325.94
328.84
345.00
263.57
78.75
103.92
285.86
292.57
390.02
363.52
285.95
214.43
195.23
299.81
389.40
469.94
250.14
412.76
296.67
346.81
232.72
265.83
382.61
402.52
370.31
211.53
215.93
361.25
201.99
394.13
297.05
212.83
227.37
353.72%


(31)
(62)
(56)
(50)
(19)
( 8)
(41)
( 3)
( 4)
(39)
( 1)
(45)
(17)
(38)
( 7)
(30)
(24)
(59)
(63)
(40)
(48)
(20)
(15)
( 2)
(60)
(44)
( 6)
(49)
(27)
(61)
( 9)
(66)
(58)
(65)
(29)
(28)
(26)
(43)
(67)
(64)
(37)
(35)
(13)
(21)
(36)
(52)
(57)
(32)
(14)
( 5)
(23)
(10)
(34)
(25)
(46)
(42)
(16)
(11)
(18)
(54)
(51)
(22)
(55)
(12)
(33)
(53)
(47)


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3.97 ( 8)
4.28 ( 3)
2.83 (40)
3.87 (12)
3.75 (13)
2.40 (54)
2.56 (48)
1.48 (65)
1.77 (64)
3.19 (28)
1.82 (63)
3.96 ( 9)
2.84 (38)
2.84 (38)
3.16 (30)
4.22 ( 4)
3.42 (21)
2.90 (36)
2.15 (58)
4.72 ( 2)
3.12 (31)
1.06 (67)
2.91 (35)
2.48 (51)
2.75 (45)
2.83 (40)
2.23 (56)
2.30 (55)
3.94 (10)
3.66 (16)
2.17 (57)
3.94 (10)
3.54 (20)
2.75 (45)
2.96 (33)
2.56 (48)
3.11 (32)
2.46 (52)
2.57 (47)
5.21 ( 1)
3.63 (17)
2.49 (50)
1.94 (62)
2.08 (59)
3.69 (15)
3.41 (22)
3.35 (24)
4.10 ( 6)
1.46 (66)
2.02 (61)
3.25 (26)
4.19 ( 5)
3.21 (27)
3.72 (14)
2.92 (34)
2.79 (44)
2.03 (60)
2.45 (53)
3.29 (25)
3.18 (29)
3.41 (22)
2.83 (40)
3.59 (18)
3.59 (18)
2.81 (43)
4.01 (7)
2.85 (37)
3.04


1.3426%
.1186
1.0046
.1798
3.5365
8.4500
.0782
.3127
.2283
.3167
.5081
.3612
19.4757
.1884
.0685
8.2760
2.6792
.1115
.0757
.3726
.0562
.0706
.1352
.1004
.2796
.3016
.2320
.5311
7.5167
.1011
.6010
.4216
.1182
.0431
1.2520
1.4704
1.2447
.1884
.0400
.1725
1.2750
1.0160
.4225
.6663
.3009
.8651
.2114
5.7558
.3492
5.6167
.7413
7.0863
4.3850
.5224
.5273
.8575
.3740
1.9001
.9032
.2124
.2660
.2078
.0580
2.5977
.0444
.1747
.1017


.0127 (24)
- .0279 (36)
- .1023 (57)
- .0590 (47)
2.1840 (2)
2.2829 (1)
- .0245 (33)
.1320 ( 9)
.0147 (23)
.0419 (18)
.1175 (10)
- .0216 (31)
-3.3803 (67)
- .0467 (41)
- .0139 (28)
-1.1906 (66)
- .3673 (64)
- .0658 (48)
- .0313 (38)
- .2549 (62)
- .0250 (34)
- .0284 (37)
- .0470 (42)
- .0504 (43)
- .0008 (27)
.0102 (25)
.0064 (26)
.0573 (17)
- .4423 (65)
- .0881 (53)
.0902 (14)
- .1974 (61)
- .0828 (50)
- .0147 (29)
- .0894 (55)
.4551 ( 5)
- .0322 (39)
.0559 (46)
- .0186 (30)
- .0887 (54)
.0859 (15)
- .1306 (58)
.0794 (16)
.0386 (19)
- .0943 (56)
.2269 ( 6)
.0970 (13)
.8621 ( 3)
.0368 (20)
.6351 ( 4)
.0162 (22)
.1484 ( 8)
- .0340 (40)
- .1383 (59)
- .2613 (63)
.1079 (11)
.0311 (21)
.2074 ( 7)
.1008 (12)
- .0866 (52)
- .0852 (51)
- .0556 (45)
- .0227 (32)
- .1632 (60)
- .0274 (35)
- .0761 (49)
- .0554 (44)


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76. Percent of State Total Non-Exempt Assessed Valuation in Each County, 1968

SOURCE: Computed from data in State Comptroller's Analysis by County of
Florida's 1968 Tax Assessment Rolls

The assessed valuation of all taxable property in each county is expressed
in terms of its percent of the total assessed valuation of the taxable
property in all the counties combined.

77. Operating School Millage (Excludes Building and Bus Millage), 1967-68. 1968-69

SOURCE: Boards' of Public Instruction Annual School Budget filed with
State Department of Education, Division of Finance

This table gives a comparison of total millage levied on the non-exempt
assessed valuation for operation and maintenance of the schools in each
district for the 1967-68 and 1968-69 fiscal year. The State Constitution
limits this levy for current school operation to 20 mills (10 county, 10
district). Millage levied for repayment of district bonds is in addition
to the Constitutional maximum for current school operation; a law passed
in the 1968 Special Session of the Legislature had the effect of limiting
operating millage to 10 mills for 1968-69.

78. Total Expenditures (K-12), All Funds, 1967-68

SOURCE: County Superintendents" Annual Financial Report, 1967-68

This is the total of all expenditures made during the 1967-68 fiscal
year. It includes expenditures for operation and maintenance, contracted
programs, debt service and capital improvement.

79. Total Expenditure for Capital Outlay (K-12), All Funds, 1967-68

SOURCE: District Superintendents' Annual Financial Report, 1967-68

This is the expenditure which results in the acquisition of fixed assets
or additions to fixed assets. It includes expenditures for purchase of
land or existing buildings, construction of new 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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79


Percent of State
Total Non-Exempt
Assessed Valuation In
Counties Each County, 1968


Operating School Mtllage
(Excludes Building and
Bus Millage)


1967-68


1968-69


Percent Rank Mi ls Rank Mi 1
Alachui 1.1631% (18) 13.00 (13) 10.60
Baker .0871 (60) 9.11 (38) P.25
Bay 1.1168 (17) 7.64 (55) 6.40
Bradford .1460 (50) 8.918 (42) 10.00
Brevard 2.8513__..( 91 14.88 ( ) .. .29
Broward 10.6064 ( 2) 10.67 (26) 10.24
Calhoun .0962 (59) 8.00 (51) 8.00
Charlotte .6637 (28) 7.45 (59) 7.45
Citrus .4047 (34) 8.6055 (44) 8.36
Clay .3049 (37) 9.75 (32)__ 10.00
Collier .8406 (22) 11.45 (23) 10.00
Columbia .2739 (40) 12.104 (18) 10.37
Dade 21.3217 ( 1) 12.32 (17) 10.28
De Soto .1815 (49) 9.40 (35) 10.80
Dixie .0681 (62) 14.874 ( 5) 10.87:
Duval 5.9444 ( 4) 15.8963 ( 2) 10.67(
Escambia 2.3580 (10) 13.183 (12) 10.00
Flagler .1209 (54) 7.59 (56) 8.43
Franklin .1008 (58) 4.40 (66) 6.30
Gadsden .2371 (43) 15.50 ( 3) 10.45
Gilchrist .0566 (63) 9.18 (37) 10.00
Glades .1903 (47) 5.01 (64) 5.02
Gulf .1397 (51) 13.30 (11) 10.59
Hamilton .1215 (53) 13.63 (10) 9.00
Hardee .3221 (36) 6.00 (63) 6.20
Hendry .2914 (38) 9.00 (39) 9.00
Hernando .2845 (39) 12.868 (14) 10.00
Highlands .6931 (26) 6.50 (60) 8.00
Hillaborough 5.5640 ( 5) 14.206 ( 9) 10.00
Holmes .0869 (61) 7.50 (58) 7.50
Indian River .8317 (24) 8.931 (41) 9.13
Jackson .3366 (35) 6.20 (62) 6.70
Jefferson .1049 (56) 8.30 (48) 9.61
Lafayette .0492 (66) 4.60 (65) 4.60
Lake 1.3204 (14) 10.00 (29) 10.00
Lee 1.7241 (13) 9.519 (34) 9.50
Leon 1.2575 (15) 11.762 (21) 10.00
Levy .2403 (42) 7.80 (52) 7.80
Liberty .0446 (67) 4.00 (67) 4.00
Madison .1041 (57) 10.34 (27) 10.50
Manatee 1.1043 (19) 12.00 (19) 10.46
Marion 1.2244 (16) 8.76 (43) 8.70
Martin .6650 (27) 8.23 (50) 9.00
Monroe 1.0056 (20) 7.74 (53) 8.45
Nassau .2559 (41) 12.42 (16) 10.86
Okaloosa .7973 (25) 8.439 (46) 10.00
Okeechobee .1902 (48) 8.25 (49) 10.00
Orange 4.2254 ( 7) 14.80 ( 6) 10.40
Osceola .6551 (29) 7.66 (54) 7.54
Palm Beach 8.5182 ( 3) 9.89 (31) 9.89
Pasco .6382 (30) 11.425 (25) 10.00
Pinellas 5.2222 ( 6) 17.00 ( 1) 10.65
Polk 4.1077 ( 8) 11.432 (24) 8.97
Putnam .4410 (33) 14.271 ( 8) 11.47
St. Johns .5658 (32) 8.40 (47) 8.30
St. Lucie .9256 (21) 8.97 (40) 8.97
Santa Rosa .5722 (31) 7.586 (57) 5.50
Sarasota 2.1324 (12) 10.12 (28) 10.15
Seminole .8374 (23) 12.75 (15) 10.44
Sumter .2006 (46) 9.92 (30) 10.00
Suwannee .2134 (45) 9.374 (36) 9.37
Taylor .2310 (44) 11.6196 (22) 10.25
Union .0508 (64) 9.63 (33) 9.63
Volusia 2.2766 (11) 14.65 ( 7) 10.89
Wakulla .0497 (65) 8.44 (45) 9.00
Walton .1310 (52) 12.00 (19) 11.00
Washington .1123 (55) 6.50 (60) 9.00
TOTAL 100.0000%


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Rank
1(0)
(53)
(61)
(22.)
(2)
(20)
(54)
(59)
(51)
(22)
(22)
(17)
(18)
( 7)
( 5)
( 8)
(22)
(50)
(62)
(14)
(22)
(65)
(11)
(41)
(63)
(41)
(22)
(54)
(22)
(58)
(40)
(60)
(37)
66)
(22)
(38)
(22)
(56)
(67)
(12)
(13)
(48)
(41)
(49)
( 6)
(22)
(22)
(16)
(57)
(35)
(22)
( 9)
(46)
( 1)
(52)
(47)
(64)
(21)
(15)

(39)
3 (19)
(36)
6 ( 4)
(41)
( 3)
(41)


Amount
$11,1 0,4 50
1,158,903
9,805,288
3,071,554
46.421,799
63,361,4q9
1,490,292
2,696,118
3,367,924
3.852,851
6,921.,470
3,735,738
151,755,462
1,285,816
1,423,596
62,943,046
24,406,086
743,190
827,285
6.164,575
677,979
944,274
1,934,193
1,869,835
2,540,968
1,527,092
2,072,064
3,294,232
54,248,361
1,470,211
5,033,375
4,400,737
1,475,584
470,259
9,408,173
10,962,831
12,396,301
2,709,716
613,696
2.065.785
10,388,291
8,845,041
3,017,268
6,898,122
3,248,731
11,606,896
2,691,608
46,406,969
2,914,898
49,643,001
5,174,654
48,407,401
28,505,005
6,324,045
3,703,890
5,714,715
5,246,982
13,207,702
8,762,946
1,730,003
3,870,665
3,108,083
1,187,394
20,152,013
1,101.496
2,284,947
1.996.215
$832,848,539


Total
Expenditures
All Funds
1967-68


Total
Expenditure
For Capital
Outlay, K-12
All Funds
1967-68


Rank
(15)
(60)
(18)
(39)
( 7)
( 2)
(54)
(43)
(35)
(32)
(22)
(33)
( 1)
(58)
(57)
(3)
(10)
(64)
(63)
(25)
(65)
(62)
(50)
(51)
(45)
(53)
(47)
(36)
( 4)
(56)
(29)
(30)
(55)
(67)
(19)
(16)
(13)
(42)
(66)
(48)
(17)
(20)
(40)
(23)
(37)
(14)
(44)
( 8)
(41)
( 5)
(28)
( 6)
( 9)
(24)
(34)
(26)
(27)
(12)
(21)
(52)
(31)
(38)
(59)
(11)
(61)
(46)
(49)


Amount
$ 653,862
28,623
1,223,974
1,006,149
7,616,086
6,335,996
23,058
297,531
1,416,983
524,267
1,996,821
356,822
13,939,695
25,048
497,587
3,199,411.
2,382,271
18,655
22,437
1,560,334
94,808
330,784
217,458
392,777
868,838
79,119
152,894
179,780
4,304,225
50.651
616,132
371,087
57,310
4,604
1.155,878
1,570,702
2,451,747
886,721
1,365
156.111
697,951
775,220
337,654
1,548,722
450.902
1,799,309
1,478,325
7,199,058
750,111
6.935.093
658,287
3,147,984
2,651,947
1,700,950
92.531
310,888
854,146
1,056,297
920,787
36,152
1,591,097
894,337
407,498
1,710,704
198.801
179,907
296,519
$95,749,778


Rank
(35)
(61)
(22)
(25)
(2)
(5)
(63)
(47)
(21)
(37)
(12)
(43)
( 1)
(62)
(38)
(7)
(11)
(65)
(64)
(18)
(55)
(45)
(49)
(41)
(29)
(57)
(54)
(52)
( 6)
(59)
(36)
(42)
(58)
(66)
(23)
(17)
(10)
(28)
(67)
(53)
(33)
(31)
(44)
(19)
(39)
(13)
(20)
( 3)
(32)
( 4)
(34)
(8)
(9)
(15)
(561
(46)
(30)
(24)
(26)
(60)
(16)
(27)
(40)
(14)
(50)
(51)
(48)


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80. Total Current Expense (K-12), All Funds, 1967-68


SOURCE:: District Superintendents' Annual Financial Report, 1967-68

This is the total of all expenditures made during the 1967-68 fiscal
year for current operation and maintenance of the schools. Expenditures
for capital outlay and debt service are not included.

81. Current Expense Per Pupil in ADA (K-12). 1967-68

SOURCE: Computed from data in District Superintendents' Annual Financial
Report, 1967-68 and Principals' Annual Report on Attendance,
1967-68

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

82. Increase in Current Expense Per Pupil in ADA from 1957-58 to 1967-68

SOURCE: Computed from data in Biennial Report of Stae Serte Superintendent
of Public Instruction, 1957-58 and (81) above

83. Percent Increase in Current Expense Per Pupil in ADA from 1957-58 to 1967-68

SOURCE: Computed from data in Biennial Report of State Superintendent
of Public Instruction, 1957-58 and (81) above

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

84. Expenditure Per Pupil in ADA for Administration, 1967-68

SOURCE: Computed from data in District Superintendents" Annual Financial
Report, 1967-68 and Principals' Annual Report on Attendance,
1967-68

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


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Total Current
Expense, K-12,
All Funds
Counties 1967-68


Current
Expense
Per Pupil
in ADA,
K-12
1967-68


Increase
in Current
Expense Per
Pupil in
ADA From
1957-58 to
1967-68


Percent Increase
In Current
Expense Per
Pupil in ADA
From 1957-58
to 1967-68


Expenditure
Per Pupil
in ADA For
Administration
1967-68


Amount


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


Rank Amount Rank Amount Rank Percent Rank Amount Rank


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$ 9,965,646
1,067,378
8,037,964
1,814,538
31.604,120
51,556,910
1,415,842
2,171,127
1,768,078
3,186,264
4,231,812
3,153,706
132,856,592
1,240,526
856,927
55,653,866
20,528,142
686,612
752,271
4 526,158
576,896
581,767
1,480,105
1,294,008
1,479,941
1,304,245
1,815,623
3,027,375
47,886,811
1.359 956
4,092,937
3,900,234
1,382,134
439,961
7,677,914
8,611,823
9,374,688*
1,714,639
559,851
1.839,834
9,065,865
7,548,917
2,631,988
4,938,199
2,554,092
8,998,181
1,090,177
36,261,042
2,133,372
39,551,750
4,238,276
43,185,261
24,652,393
4,442,118
3 252.324
5,178,433
4,001,583
10,687,999
7,441,615
1,657.176
2,037,181
2,035,833
618 518
16,760,076
823,642
1,973,955
1,610,466
$686,935,753


(13)
(58)
(18)
(44)
( 8)
( 3)
(51)
(37)
(45)
(32)
(27)
(33)
( 1)
(56)
(59)
( 2)
(10)
(63)
(61)
(24)
(65)
(64)
(49)
(55)
(50)
(54)
(43)
(34)
( 4)
(53)
(28)
(30)
(52)
(67)
(19)
(17)
(14)
(46)
(66)
(42)
(15)
(20)
(35)
(23)
(36)
(16)
(57)
( 7)
(38)
( 6)
(26)
( 5)
( 9)
(25)
(31)
(22)
(29)
(12)
(21)
(47)
(39)
(40)
(62)
(11)
(60)
(41)
(48)


$498.13*
492.33
514.43
534.47
553.58
569.78
732.08
787.21
637.83
474.22
687.65
523.78
669.77
504.69
620.51
496.91
476.21
587.85
491.36
440.50
677.11
731.78
562.78
625.43
486.50
504.35
603.00
547.25
532.86
574.31
562.68
503.97
513.04
689.59
580.17
540.98
528.06*
625.32
668.88
520.46
587.24
520.69
575.68
576.49
494.40
425.39
468.69
515.84
502.21
706.57
501.87
615.11
494.72
524.27
537.75
509.74
512.86
671.74
461.78
528.10
522.35
569.62
586.58
569.72
630.66
514.45
578.89
$564.47


(55)
(59)
(46)
(35)
(31)
(26)
( 2)
( 1)
(11)
(63)
( 6)
(40)
( 9)
(50)
(15)
(56)
(62)
(18)
(60)
(66)
( 7)
( 3)
(29)
(13)
(61)
(51)
(17)
(32)
(36)
(25)
(30)
(52)
(47)
( 5)
(19)
(33)
(38)
(14)
(10)
(43)
(20)
(42)
(24)
(23)
(58)
(67)
(64)
(44)
(53)
( 4)
(54)
(16)
(57)
(39)
(34)
(49)
(48)
( 8)
(65)
(37)
(41)
(28)
(21)
(27)
(12)
(45)
(22)


$210.18
135.16
243.26
234.00
258.10
265.29
416.52
436.20
307.11
189.56
376.72
230.55
334.77
213.21
243.61
240.73
216.62
246.63
143.97
186.40
301.20
261.02
250.04
303.31
217.57
183.72
294.61
216.54
260.26
267.92
289.65
230.44
201.86
244.84
293.25
237.46
236.49
258.99
224.47
233.15
322.95
218.14
265.20
212.75
187.51
163.39
135.37
257.91
191.76
424.59
250.64
317.42
213.42
225.21
241.16
253.30
228.79
393.76
203.99
231.64
209.95
284.73
251.92
269.06
216.58
206.45
287.09
$272.69


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(54)
(67)
(33)
(38)
(24)
(19)
( 3)
( 1)
( 9)
(60)
( 5)
(41)
( 6)
(52)
(32)
(35)
(48)
(30)
(65)
(62)
(11)
(21)
(29)
(10)
(47)
(63)
(12)
(50)
(22)
(18)
(14)
(42)
(58)
(31)
(13)
(36)
(37)
(23)
(45)
(39)
( 7)
(46)
(20)
(53)
(61)
(64)
(66)
(25)
(59)
( 2)
(28)
( 8)
(51)
(44)
(34)
(26)
(43)
( 4)
(57)
(40)
(55)
(16)
(27)
(17)
(49)
(56)
(15)


72.99%
37.84
89.71
77.88
87.35
87.13
131.99
124.27
92.86
66.59
121.16
78.62
99.81
73.1.5
64.64
93.97
83.45
72.28
41.44
73.36
80.13
55.45
79.95
94.16
80.90
57.30
95.53
65.48
95.47
87.44
106.09
84.25
64.87
55.05
102.21
78.24
81.11
70.70
50.51
81.15
122.20
72.10
85.42
58.49
61.10
62.36
40.61
99.99
61.77
142.01
99.77
106.63
75.87
75.31
81.31
98.78
80.54
141.65
79.13
78.14
67.21
99.94
75.28
89.49
52.30
67.03
98.39
93.46%


(46)
(67)
(21)
(40)
(24)
(25)
( 3)
( 4)
(20)
(52)
( 6)
(37)
(12)
(45)
(55)
(19)
(28)
(47)
(65)
(44)
(34)
(61)
(35)
(18)
(32)
(60)
(16)
(53)
(17)
(23)
( 8)
(27)
(54)
(62)
( 9)
(38)
(31)
(49)
(64)
(30)
( 5)
(48)
(26)
(59)
(58)
(56)
(66)
(10)
(57)
( 1)
(13)
( 7)
(41)
(42)
(29)
(14)
(33)
( 2)
(36)
(39)
(50)
(11)
(43)
(22)
(63)
(51)
(15)


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$ 9.66
23.88
13.27
15.13
11.84
16.64
51.68
41.96
28.57
15.73
27.30
20.48
14.93
22.16
35.80
10.78
12.00
33.15
21.72
9.73
39.75
47.57
18.52
14.32
19.65
23.20
24.72
15.00
13.05
18.61
20.71
15.62
22.73
48.82
10.04
17.53
16.11
31.64
46.69
24.10
18.03
14.68
25.85
15.56
19.28
12.34
21.84
10.06
15.47
22.82
12.00
11.75
9.95
11.27
15.54
16.77
16.00
21.63
8.40
21.07
19.27
14.58
33.55
15.38
34.75
19.96
26.69
$14.56


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(47)
(58)
(38)
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( 5)
(12)
(41)
(13)
(28)
(49)
(22)
( 7)
(61)
(56)
(10)
(24)
(65)
( 6)
( 3)
(34)
(52)
(30)
(19)
(16)
(48)
(54)
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(42)
(21)
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(63)
(36)
(39)
(11)
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(17)
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(31)
(55)
(23)
(62)
(45)
(20)
(56)
(59)
(64)
(60)
(44)
(37)
(40)
(25)
(67)
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85. Expenditure Per Pupil in ADA for Instruction, 1967-68


SOURCE: Computed from data in District Superintendents' Annual Financial
Report, 1967-68 and Principals' Annual Report on Attendance,
1967-68

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

86. Expenditure Per Pupil in ADA for Operation of Plant, 1967-68

SOURCE: Computed from data in District Superintendentso Annual Financial
Report, 1967-68 and Principals' Annual Report on Attendance,
1967-68

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.

87. Expenditure Per Pupil in ADA for Maintenance, 1967-68

SOURCE: Computed from data in District Superintendents' Annual Financial
Report, 1967-68 and Principals' Annual Report on Attendance, 1967-68

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

88. Expenditure Per Pupil in ADA for Auxiliary Services, 1967-68

SOURCE: Computed from data in District Superintendents' Annual Financial
Report, 1967-68 and Principals' Annual Report on Attendance,
1967-68

These are the operating expenses for services such as transportation,
health, attendance, and food services. It includes expenditures for
replacement of school transportation and school food service equipment
but does not include expenditures 'for original or additional such
equipment.

89. Expenditure Per Pupil in ADA for Fixed Charges, 1967-68

SOURCE: Computed from data in District Superintendents' Annual Financial
Report, 1967-68 and Principals' Annual Report on Attendance,
1967-68

These are expenses of a generally recurrent nature such as insurance,
rent, commissions, election expenses, and the school boards' contribution
to employee retirement and social security.


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85 86 87 88 89

Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure 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
Instruction Operation Maintenance Auxiliary Fixed Charges
Counties 1967-68 of Plant 1967-68 Services 1967-68
1967-68 1967-68



Amount Rank Amount Rank Amount Rank Amount Rank Amount Rank


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


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$387.74
357.04
404.91
402.24
424.71
453.54
500.96
563.72
439.72
355.48
523.65
385.08
533.54
380.48
424.31
389.33
362.16
430.25
362.97
338.17
459.49
501.85
408.07
452.44
345.56
375.29
431.93
433.42
408.12
408.39
419.76
387.35
358.05
476.09
449.05
402.27
401.06
455.80
463.67
376.24
415.23
380.78
413.68
419.05
353.00
322.66
339.15
401.58
383.84
547.03
374.95
488.64
387.07
408.14
405.73
382.81
371.82
520.13
357.60
406.01
376.46
425.73
413.36
439.71
434.72
368.14
410.84
$ 437.01


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27.82
30.66
27.74
37.59
37.61
45.46
55.58
41.08
26.56
35.89
24.30
43.20
26.14
35.18
37.07
32.48
35.74
34.25
18.15
36.02
42.88
37.20
42.90
27.25
34.55
39.02
23.75
37.67
20.16
~40. 85
19.00
27.19
40.14
38.76
36.09
35.91
29.83
48.96
27,53
59.43
33.69
36.90
42.03
28.87
25.05
21.42
37.76
27.87
44.58
32.22
45.21
27.16
27.63
30.76
31.40
27.90
40.57
26.51
27.30
22.67
30.30
39.01
34.41
38.53
24.95
26.80
$ 37.09


(43)
(47)
(40)
(48)
(22)
(21)
(4)
(2)
(11)
(56)
(29)
(61)
( 7)
(58)
(31)
(24)
(36)
(30)
(34)
(67)
(27)
( 9)
(23)
( 8)
(52)
(32)
(15)
(62)
(20)
(65)
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(66)
(53)
(14)
(17)
(26)
(28)
(42)
( 3)
(50)
( 1)
(35)
(25)
(10)
(44)
(59)
(64)
(19)
(46)
( 6)
(37)
( 5)
(54)
(49)
(39)
(38)
(45)
(13)
(57)
(51)
(63)
(41)
(16)
(33)
(18)
(60)
(55)


$13.95
8.86
12.45
18.22
15.22
13.45
17.94
33.53
17.48
14.37
14.37
10.32
20.43
13.07
13.84
15.95
11.81
11.82
12.87
10.18
24.24
22.98
15.53
17.76
18.34
16.19
12.06
13.90
13.48
9.76
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11.89
17.65
4.48
13.98
15.20
17.48
21.45
10.17
14.88
20.32
12.29
23.72
36.61
18.74
13.14
11.58
17.95
9.49
18.58
10.84
14.02
13.85
14.63
11.40
12.39
11.33
24.86
12.14
7.92
15.83
13.56
18.24
14.93
18.98
6.12
7.24
$ 15.92


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(63)
(46)
(15)
(26)
(42)
(17)
( 2)
(20)
(32)
(32)
(58)
( 8)
(44)
(39)
(23)
(53)
(52)
(45)
(59)
( 4)
( 6)
(25)
(18)
(13)
(22)
(50)
(37)
(41)
(61)
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(51)
(19)
(67)
(35)
(27)
(20)
( 7)
(60)
(30)
( 9)
(48)
( 5)
( 1)
(11)
(43)
(54)
(16)
(62)
(12)
(57)
(34)
(38)
(31)
(55)
(47)
(56)
( 3)
(49)
(64)
(24)
(40)
(14)
(29)
(10)
(66)
(65)


$27.75
39.09
20.58
33.67
21.04
12.99
66.55
46.60
54.02
28.93
37.20
46.36
15.81
21.25
66.21
15.85
27.95
35.68
25.21
35.02
76.38
61.69
37.88
52.54
39.75
19.01
56.38
22.38
19.08
81.84
26.22
37.40
53.56
82.20
32.14
31.32
21.70
44.27
61.00
44.45
31.89
42.49
38.17
24.96
41.63
24.25
37.35
15.73
31.84
27.70
33.27
17.29
20.38
25.74
41.41
33.49
46.88
21.56
24.11
34.96
46.85
43.01
50.51
23.99
67.42
60.14
68.19


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(36)
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(19)
(65)
(57)
( 7)
(64)
(44)
(33)
(49)
(34)
(3)
(8)
(29)
(14)
(26)
(62)
(11)
(54)
(61)


(30)
(13)
( 1)
(39)
(42)
(55)
(21)
( 9)
(20)
(40)
(23)
(28)
(50)
(24)
(51)
(31)
(66)
(41)
(46)
(38)
(63)
(60)
(48)
(25)
(37)
(16)
(56)
(52)
(35)
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$29.29 (64)
35.64 (45)
32.56 (60)
37.47 (33)
43.18 (10)
35.55 (46)
49.49 (3)
45.82 (6)
56.96 ( 1)
33.15 (53)
49.24 ( 4)
37.24 (36)
41.86 (15)
41.59 (16)
45.17 ( 9)
27.93 (67)
29.81 (63)
41.21 (21)
34.34 (49)
29.25 (65)
41.23 (20)
54.81 (2)
45.58 (7)'
45.47 (8)
35.95 (43)
36.11 (42)
38.89 (25)
38.80 (26)
41.46 (17)
35.55 (46)
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32.71 (59)
33.86 (50)
37.86 (32)
36.20 (41)
38.57 (28)
35.80 (44)
42.33 (14)
38.39 (29)
33.26 (52)
42.34 (13)
36.76 (38)
37.36 (34)
38.28 (30)
32.88 (56)
27.95 (66)
37.35 (35)
32.76 (58)
33.70 (51)
45.86 (5)
38.59 (27)
38.20 (31)
36.31 (39)
36.86 (37)
32.91 (55)
32.88 (56)
38.93 (24)
42.99 (11)
33.02 (54)
30.84 (62)
41.27 (19)
42.44 (12)
31.91 (61)
41.30 (18)
36.26 (40)
35.14 (48)
39.13 (23)
$ 37.25


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90. Percent of Current Expense Devoted to Administration, 1967-68


SOURCE: Computed from data in District Superintendents' Annual Financial
Report, 1967-68

Current expense is the total of all expenditures made for current operation
and maintenance of the schools. Expenditures for administration include
salaries and expenses of the district superintendent, school board members
and administrative personnel, legal services, supplies, printing, and
similar administrative costs.

91. Percent of Current Expense Devoted to Instruction. 1967-68

SOURCE: Computed from data in District Superintendents' Annual Financial
Report, 1967-68

Expenditures for instruction include salaries of supervisors, principals
and teachers; textbooks; library expenses, except for books for new
libraries; teaching supplies; audio-visual materials; and expenses for
other activities aiding the teaching of students or improving the quality
of teaching.

92. Percent of Current Expense Devoted to Operation of Plant, 1967-68

SOURCE: Computed from data in District Superintendents' Annual Financial
Report, 1967-68

Expenditures for operation of plant includes cleaning, heating, lighting,
care of grounds and utilities.

93. Percent of Current Expense Devoted to Maintenance of Plant, 1967-68

SOURCE: Computed from data in District Superintendents' Annual Financial
Report 1967-68

Expenditures for maintenance of plant includes those expenses for keeping
the grounds, buildings, and equipment at their original condition of
completeness and efficiency through repairs, and for replacement of equipment.

94. Percent of Current Expense Devoted to Auxiliary Services, 1967-68

SOURCE: Computed from data in District Superintendents' Annual Financial
Report, 1967-68

Expenditures for auxiliary services are for such services as transportation,
health, attendance, and food services.


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90 91 92 93 94

Percent of Percent of Percent of Percent of Percent of
Current Expense Current Expense Current Expense Current Expense Current Expense
Devoted to Devoted to Devoted to Devoted to Devoted to
Counties Administration Instruction Operation of Maintenance of Auxiliary
1967-68 1967-68 Plant Plant Services
1967-68 1967-68 1967-68



Percent Rank Percent Rank Percent Rank Percent Rank Percent Rank


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


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1.94%
4.85
2.58
2.83
2.14
2.92
7.06
5.33
4.48
3.32
3.97
3.91
2.23
4.39
5.77
2.17
2.52
5.64
4.42
2.21
5.87
6.50
3.29
2.29
4.04
4.60
4.10
2.74
2.45
3.24
3.68
3.10
4.43
7.08
1.73
3.24
3.05
5.06
6.98
4.63
3.07
2.82
4.49
2.70
3.90
2.90
4.66
1.95
3.08
3.23
2.39
1.91
2.01
2.15
2.89
3.29
3.12
3.22
1.82
3.99
3.69
2.56
5.72
2.70
5.51
3.88
4.61
2.58%


(64)
(12)
(51)
(46)
(61)
(43)
( 2)
(10)
(18)
(31)
(25)
(26)
(57)
(21)
(6)
(59)
(53)
( 8)
(20)
(58)
(5)
(4)
(32)
(56)
(23)
(16)
(22)
(50)
(54)
(34)
(30)
(39)
(19)
( 1)
(67)
(34)
(42)
(11)
( 3)
(14)
(41)
(47)
(17)
(48)
(27)
(44)
(13)
(63)
(40)
(36)
(55)
(65)
(62)
(60)
(45)
(32)
(38)
(37)
(66)
(24)
(29)
(52)
( 7)
(48)
( 9)
(28)
(15)


77.84% (10)
72.52 (42)
78.71 ( 5)
75.26 (28)
76.72 (19)
79.60 ( 2)
68.43 (65)
71.61 (51)
68.94 (62)
74.96 (30)
76.15 (22)
73.52 (37)
79.66 ( 1)
75.39 (27)
68.38 (66)
78.35 (6)
76.05 (23)
73.19 (38)
73.87 (36)
76.77 (18)
67.86 (67)
68.58 (64)
72.51 (43)
72.34 (46)
71.03 (55)
74.41 (34)
71.63 (50)
79.20 ( 4)
76.59 (20)
71.11 (54)
74.60 (33)
76.86 (17)
69.79 (59)
69.04 (61)
77.40 (14)
74.36 (35)
75.95 (24)
72.89 (40)
69.32 (60)
72.29 (47)
70.71 (57)
73.13 (39)
71.86 (49)
72.69 (41)
71.40 (53)
75.85 (25)
72.36 (45)
77.85 ( 8)
76.43 (21)
77.42 (13)
74.71 (32)
79.44 ( 3)
78.24 ( 7)
77.85 ( 8)
75.45 (26)
75.10 (29)
72.50 (44)
77.43 (12)
77.44 (11)
76.88 (16)
72.07 (48)
74.74 (31)
70.47 (58)
77.18 (15)
68.93 (63)
71.56 (52)
70.97 (56)
77.42%


5.97% (34)
5.65 (43)
5.96 (35)
5.19 (55)
6.79 (15)
6.60 (20)
6.21 (28)
7.06 ( 9)
6.44 (24)
5.60 (45)
5.22 (54)
4.64 (60)
6.45 (23)
5.18 (56)
5.67 (42)
7.46 (2)
6.82 (13)
6.08 (31)
6.97 (10)
4.12 (65)
5.32 (49)
5.86 (37)
6.61 (19)
6.86 (11)
5.60 (44)
6.85 (12)
6.47 (21)
4.34 (63)
7.07 ( 8)
3.51 (67)
7.26 ( 7)
3.77 (66)
5.30 (51)
5.82 (39)
6.68 (16)
6.67 (17)
6.80 (14)
4.77 (59)
7.32 ( 4)
5.29 (52)
10.12 ( 1)
6.47 (21)
6.41 (26)
7.29 ( 6)
5.84 (38)
5.89 (36)
4.57 (62)
7.32 ( 4)
5.55 (46)
6.31 (27)
6.42 (25)
7.35 ( 3)
5.49 (47)
5.27 (53)
5.72 (41)
6.16 (29)
5.44 (48)
6.04 (32)
5.74 (40)
5.17 (57)
4.34 (63)
5.32 (49)
6.65 (18)
6.04 (32)
6.11 (30)
4.85 (58)
4.63 (61)
6.57%


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2.80% (26)
1.80 (61)
2.42 (44)
3.41 (12)
2.75 (30)
2.36 (47)
2.45 (42)
4.26 ( 2)
2.74 (31)
3.03 (20)
2.09 (56)
1.97 (59)
3.05 (19)
2.59 (37)
2.23 (52)
3.21 (14)
2.48 (40)
2.01 (57)
2.62 (35)
2.31 (50)
3.58 ( 7)
3.14 (16)
2.76 (29)
2.84 (24)
3.77 ( 5)
3.21 (14)
2.00 (58)
2.54 (38)
2.53 (39)
1.70 (62)
2.69 (32)
2.36 (47)
3.44 (10)
.65 (67)
2.41 (45)
2.81 (25)
3.31 (13)
3.43 (11)
1.52 (63)
2.86 (23)
3.46 ( 9)
2.36 (47)
4.12 ( 3)
6.35 ( 1)
3.79 ( 4)
3.09 (18)
2.47 (41)
3.48 ( 8)
1.89 (60)
2.63 (33)
2.16 (54)
2.28 (51)
2.80 (26)
2.79 (28)
2.12 (55)
2.43 (43)
2.21 (53)
3.70 ( 6)
2.63 (33)
1.50 (64)
3.03 (20)
2.38 (46)
3.11 (17)
2.62 (35)
3.01 (22)
1.19 (66)
1.25 (65)
2.82%


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5.57% (43)
7.94 (25)
4.00 (57)
6.30 (36)
3.80 (59)
2.28 (67)
9.09 (12)
5.92 (39)
8.47 (17)
6.10 (37)
5.41 (46)
8.85 (14)
2.36 (66)
4.21 (52)
10.67 ( 6)
3.19 (63)
5.87 (40)
6.07 (38)
5.13 (48)
7.95 (24)
11.28 ( 5)
8.43 (18)
6.73 (30)
8.40 (20)
8.17 (21)
3.77 (60)
9.35 ( 9)
4.09 (56)
3.58 (61)
14.25 ( 1)
4.66 (50)
7.42 (28)
10.44 (8)
11.92 (2)
5.54 (44)
5.79 (41)
4.11 (55)
7.08 (29)
9.12 (11)
8.54 (16)
5.43 (45)
8.16 (22)
6.63 (31)
4.33 (51)
8.42 (19)
5.70 (42)
7.97 (23)
3.05 (64)
6.34 (35)
3.92 (58)
6.63 (31)
2.81 (65)
4.12 (54)
4.91 (49)
7.70 (26)
6.57 (34)
9.14 (10)
3.21 (62)
5.22 (47)
6.62 (33)
8.97 (13)
7.55 (27)
8.61 (15)
4.21 (52)
10.69 ( 6)
11.69 (4)
11.78 ( 3)
4.01%


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95. Percent of Current Expense Devoted to Fixed Charges 1967-68


SOURCE: Computed from data in District Superintendents' Annual Financial
Report 1967-68

Expenditures of a generally recurrent nature such as insurance, rent,
commissions, election expenses, and the School Boards' contribution to
employee retirement and Social Security.

96. Average Annual Salary Paid Instructional Staff, 1967-68

SOURCE: Computed from data in County Superintendents' Annual Financial
Report, 1967-68 and County Superintendents' Annual Report on
Personnel, Attendance and Miscellaneous Summaries, 1967-68

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.

97. Increase in Average Annual Salary Paid Instructional Staff from 1957-58 to
1967-68

SOURCE: Computed from data in Biennial Report of State Superintendent
of Public Instruction, 1957-58 and (96) above

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

98. Percent Increase in Average Annual Salary Paid Instructional Staff from 1957-58
to 1967-68

SOURCE: Computed from data in Biennial Report of State Superintendent
of Public Instruction, 1957-58, and (96) above

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

99. Total Outstanding Indebtedness as of June 30, 1968

SOURCE: District Superintendents' Annual Financial Report, 1967-68

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






98 99


Percent of
Current Expense
Devoted to
Fixed Charges
1967-68


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


Average Annual
Salary Paid
Instructional
Staff
1967-68


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Increase in
Average Salary
Paid Instructional
Staff 1957-58
to 1967-68*


Percent Increase
in Average Annual
Salary Paid
Instructional
Staff 1957-58
to 1967-68 *


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Total
Outstanding
Indebtedness
as of
June 30, 1968


* 1967-68 includes salaries paid supervisors, 1957-58 excludes supervisors salaries.


Counties


Percent
5.88%
7.24
6.33
7.01
7.80
6.24
6.76
5.82
8.93
6.99
7.16
7.11
6.25
8.24
7.28
5.62
6.26
7: o ,-
6.99
6.64
6.09
7.49
8.10
7.27
7.39
7.16
6.45
7.09
7.78
6.19
7.11
6.49
6.60
5.49
6.24
7.13
6.78
6.77
5.74
6.39
7.21
7.06
6.49
6.64
6.65
6.57
7.97
6.35
6.71
6.49
7.69
6.21
7.34
7.03
6.12
6.45
7.59
6.40
7.15
5.84
7.90
7.45
5.44
7.25
5.75
6.83
6.76
6.60%


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Amount
$6,955.20
6,118.76
7,017.10
6,482.90
7,722.12
8,587.40
6,994.50
8,441.80
6,161.96
6,190.59
7,934.20
6,902.21
8,759.24
6,298.92
6,512.08
6,948.34
6,646.21
6,156.38
6,210.33
6,145.58
6,241.82
7,017.51
6,367.34
6,083.79
6,242.13
6,797.12
6,563.65
6,835.12
7,466.21
5,714.04
7,263.08
6,008.61
6,404.28
6,511.95
7,242.46
6,737.70
5,919.21
6,810.91
6,902.98
5,597.73
6,524.50
6,823.94
6,697.92
7,144.07
6,035.19
6,239.32
6,448.96
7,713.96
6,704.19
8,377.92
6,601.25
8,249.08
6,990.62
7,067.09
7,472.14
7,430.60
6,805.00
7,609.07
6,948.05
6,660.42
5,746.61
7,204.39
6,283.18
7,399.22
5,675.81
6,514.15
6,166.54
$7,563.26


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(23)
(59)
(20)
(44)
( 7)
( 2)
(21)
( 3)
(56)
(54)
(6)
(27)
( 1)
(48)
(42)
(24)
(37)
(57)
(53)
(58)
(51)
(19)
(47)
(60)
(50)
(32)
(39)
(28)
(11)
(65)
(14)
(62)
(46)
(43)
(15)
(33)
(63)
(30)
(26)
(67)
(40)
(29)
(35)
(17)
(61)
(52)
(45)
( 8)
(34)
( 4)
(38)
( 5)
(22)
(18)
(10)
(12)
(31)
( 9)
(25)
(36)
(64)
(16)
(49)
(13)
(66)
(41)
(55)


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Amount
$2,283.80
1,227.20
2,258.27
1,771.57
3.128.83
3,491.43
2,641.71
3,559.88
1,778.79
2 033.35
3,291.14
2,215.71
3,415.20
1,722.06
2,086.72
2,095.24
1,959.11
1,778.76
1,842.98
1,892.89
1,834.08
2,721.55
1,803.20
1,607.07
1,772.54
2,198.45
2,180.42
2,273.97
2,615.38
1,096.45
2,805.55
1,466.64
1,767.98
2,189.69
2,461.62
1,755.52
959.55
2,091.04
1,902.13
1,098.39
2,002.31
2,000.51
2,001.00
2,060.79
1,662.41
2,106.24
1,583.35
3,037.24
2,243.53
3,305.88
2,162.78
3,156.65
2,033.22
2,393.55
2,686.58
2,919.74
2,471.85
3,049.09
2,265.10
2,074.67
1,261.35
2,992.04
2,084.04
2,449.24
1,049.64
1,788.28
1,571.39
$2,686.39


Rank
(21)
(63)
(24)
(53)
( 7)
( 2)
(15)
( 1)
(50)
(38)
( 5)
(26)
( 3)
(56)
(34)
(32)
(43)
(51)
(46)
(45)
(47)
(13)
(48)
(58)
(52)
(27)
(29)
(22)
(16)
(65)
(12)
(61)
(54)
(28)
(18)
(55)
(67)
(33)
(44)
(64)
(40)
(42)
(41)
(37)
(57)
(31)
(59)
( 9)
(25)
( 4)
(30)
( 6)
(39)
(20)
(14)
(11)
(17)
( 8)
(23)
(36)
(62)
(10)
(35)
(19)
(66)
(49)
(60)


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48.89%
25.09
47.45
37.60
68.12
68.51
60.69
72.92
40.58
48.91
70.88
32.10
63.91
37.63
47.15
43.17
41.80
40.63
42.20
44.51
41.61
63.35
39.51
35.90
39.66
47.81
49.74
49.86
53.92
23.75
62.94
32.29
38.13
50,66
51.49
35.24
19.35
44.30
38.04
24.41
44.28
41.47
42.60
40.54
38.02
50.96
32.54
64.94
50.30
65.18
48.73
61.99
41.01
51.21
56.14
64.73
57.05
66.87
48.37
45.24
28.12
71.03
49.63
49.48
22.69
37.84
34.20
55.08%


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Rank
(28)
(63)
(32)
(55)
( 5)
(4)
(14)
( 1)
(46)
(27)
( 3)
(61)
(10)
(54)
(33)
(38)
(41)
(45)
(40)
(35)
(42)
(11)
(49)
(56)
(48)
(31)
(24)
(23)
(17)
(65)
(12)
(60)
(50)
(21)
(18)
(57)
(67)
(36)
(51)
(64)
(37)
(43)
(39)
(47)
(52)
(20)
(59)
( 8)
(22)
( 7)
(29)
(13)
(44)
(19)
(16)
(9)
(15)
( 6)
(30)
(34)
(62)
( 2)
(25)
(26)
(66)
(53)
(58)


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Amount
$3,492,000
577,772
3,954,900
2,276,973
38,467,794
29,736,547
226,802
2,805,000
1,997,281
1,652,393
6,997,500
1,717,662
24,864,000
250,000
1,158,000
42,550,000
9,968,200
228,000
410,000
1,235,000
160,000
1,265,000
2,882,667
1,692,667
1,524,072
951,750
348,250
1,013,000
20,557,400
508,000
3,852,000
1,010,000
285,000
145,000
5,362,000
9,341,250
6,741,000
1,039,200
485,000
406,000
5,672,808
5,130,000
373,800
3,811,000
2,475,500
8,650,000
1,532,000
32,823,000
221,000
39,612,000
3,156,000
14,865,003
9,690,000
1,251,820
3,603,755
3,122,600
3,704,968
5,956,629
4,363,000
245,000
2,345,160
2,001,000
1,088,000
12,804,750
1.202,456
1,995,000
496,500
$406,327,829


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100. Outstanding Indebtedness Per Pupil in ADA, 1967-68


SOURCE: Computed from data in District Superintendents' Annual Financial
Report, 1967-68 and Principals' Annual Report on Attendance,
1967-68

This is the average outstanding debt as of June 30, 1967, per pupil
(grades 1-12) in average daily attendance, 1967-68

101. Total Debt Service Payment, All Funds (Principal and Interest), 1967-68

SOURCE: District Superintendents' Annual Financial Report, 1967-68

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.

102. Debt Service Per Pupil in ADA, Grades 1-12, All Funds, 1967-68

SOURCE: Computed from data in Distrid: Superintendents' Annual Financial
Report, 1967-68 and Principals' Annual Report on Attendance
1967-68

This was derived by dividing the average daily attendance (grades 1-12)
for 1967-68 into the total debt service payments, including principal
and interest in 1967-68.

103. Debt Service Expenditures as a Percent of Revenue Receipts, 1967-68

SOURCE: Computed from District Superintendents' Annual Financial Report,
1967-68

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.

104. Transported ADA as a Percent of Total ADA (K-12) 1967-68

SOURCE: Computed from Principals' Annual Report on Attendance, 1967-68

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







100 101 102 103 104

Outstanding Total Debt Debt Service Debt Service Transported
Indebtedness Service Payment Per Pupil Expenditures as ADA as a
Per Pupil All Funds in ADA a Percent of Percent of
in ADA (Principal and Grades 1-12 Revenue r,,ceipts Total ADA
1967-68 Interest) All Funds 1967-68 (K-12)
Counties 1967-68 1967-68 1967-68



Amount Rank Amount Rank Amount Rank Percent Rank Percent Rank


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


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$186.69
266.50
253.49
670.68
673.81
328.64
126.42
1,018.52
766.71
245.93
1,137.07
285.28
125.66
101.71
881.95
383.60
231.24
207.08
270.98
120.19
201.26
1,704.85
1,096.07
818.11
506.93
368.04
115.66
183.12
228.75
214.53
529.56
130.51
112.34
227.27
405.17
586.80
379.71
378.99
620.20
114.85
393.54
353.84
81.76
444.90
479.19
408.93
658.64
467.14
52.02
707.65
373.89
217.70
194.46
147.74
595.86
307.37
473.66
374.37
270.74
78.08
601.32
559.88
953.55
458.29
920.72
519.94
190.74


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$540,942
62,902
543,350
250,867
7,201,113
5,329,740
51,393
227,461
182,739
142,320
656,912
225,209
4,312,272
20,242
67.976
4,086,746
1,495,673
37,923
51,776
78.083
6,275
31,723
236,630
183,050
156,876
142,891
100,547
87,077
2,008,182
59,604
322,232
129,415
36,140
25,694
574,381
780,306
567,960
108,355
51,599
69,821
599,330
520,904
43,219
411,201
239,826
809,405
123,076
2,946,868
31,416
3,155,608
278,092
2,074,157
1,200,665
180,977
359,035
225,395
378,854
376,786
400,544
36,675
242,387
177,913
81,279
1,651,886
79,053
129,885
89.229


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$28.92
29.01
34.83
73.89
121.87
58.90
28.65
82.47
70.15
21.18
106.75
37.40
21.79
8.24
51.77
36.84
34.70
34.44
34.22
7.60
7.89
42.75
89.97
88.47
51.57
55.26
38.88
15.74
22.35
25.17
44.30
16.72
14.25
40.27
43.40
49.02
31.99
39.52
65.98
19.75
41.58
35.93
9.45
48.00
46.42
38.26
52.91
41.94
7.40
56.37
32.95
30.38
24.59
21.36
59.36
22.19
48.43
23.68
24.86
11.69
62.12
49.78
70.80
59.12
60.53
33.85
34.28


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4.89
5.51
11.66
19.48
8.63
3.49
8.51
6.82
3.82
11.70
6.36
2.78
1.48
6.54
6.36
6.06
4.81
5.69
1.42
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4.08
11.91
11.74
8.15
8.40
4.42
2.64
3.62
3.72
6.74
2.90
2.25
5.40
6.28
7.59
4.94
5.55
7.86
3.40
5.55
5.92
1.37
6.76
7.98
6.93
6.67
6.90
1.21
7.12
5.51
4.23
4.04
2.83
9.15
3.92
8.06
3.08
4.18
2.03
9.08
7.30
9.90
8.01
8.37
5.83
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55.07
35.37
52.43
32.68
20.04
47.47
57.98
63.28
46.48
43.53
39.98
10.79
32.55
52.06
24.89
40.67
44.52
16.66
64.09
60.80
45.03
33.42
50.85
55.19
29.97
55.73
32.18
25.81
73.99
38.69
62.67
67.74
67.40
38.76
35.53
35.86
41.72
51.61
57.14
35.39
48.15
54.44
33.31
44.83
44.11
77.43
30.72
48.31
29.58
55.58
29.42
32.77
41.39
49.85
36.84
49.45
39.68
48.03
52.93
63.74
52.24
64.15
32.36
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61.40
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105. School Bus Mileage, Morning Trip Only, 1967-68


SOURCE: "Summary of Mid-Year Transportation Reports of District Superin-
tendents 1967-68 School Year," State Department of Education

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.

106. Extra-Curricular Miles Reported, 1967-68

SOURCE: "Summary of Mid-Year Transportation Reports of District Superin-
tendents 1967-68 School Year," State Department of Education

107. Number of School Bus Drivers, 1967-68

SOURCE: "Summary of Mid-Year Transportation Reports of District Superin-
tendents 1967-68 School Year," State Department of Education

108. Percent of School Bus Drivers Who Were Female, 1967-68

SOURCE: Computed from data in "Summary of Mid-Year Transportation
Reports of District superintendentss 1967-68 School Year,"
State Department of Education

109. Average Monthly Salary of Bus Drivers of County-Owned School Buses, 1967-68

SOURCE: "Summary of Mid-Year Transportation Reports of District Superin-
tendents 1967-68 School Year," State Department of Education


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105 106 107


School Bus
Mileage,
Morning
Counties Trip Only
1967-68


Extra-
Curricular
Miles R.eported
1967-68


Number of
School Bus
Drivers
1967-68


Percent of
School Bus
Drivers Who
Were Female
1967-68


Average Monthly
Salary of Bus
Drivers of
County Owned
School Buses
1967-68


Miles
Alachua 1,995.6
Baker 408.6
Bay 1,175.6
Bradford 558.3
Brevard 5,726.0
Broward 5,418.5
Calhoun 517.0
Charlotte 652.3
Citrus 863.0
Clay 1,092.5
Collier 801.4
Columbia 1,162.5
Dade 5,895.3
De Soto 331.0
Dixie 432.4
Duval 5,684.8
Escambia 4,293.0
Flagler 248.0
Franklin 160.0
Gadsden 1,602.4
Gilchrist 347.0
Glades 270.2
Gulf 248.0
Hamilton 644.6
Hardee 586.5
Hendry 268.0
Hernando 418.8
Highlands 629.4
Hillsborough 5,720.9
Holmes 802.7
Indian River 1,133.0
Jackson 1,827.4
Jefferson 848.9
Lafayette 375.7
Lake 1,274.6
Lee 2,137.0
Leon 1,758.5
Levy 585.8
Liberty 318.5
Madison 1,163.8
Manatee 1,528.0
Marion 2,032.6
Martin 780.1
Monroe 1,144.5
Nassau 741.1
Okaloosa 2,645.3
Okeechobee 468.0
Orange 4,794.9
Osceola 568.0
Palm Beach 3,861.0
Paso 1,132.4
Pinellas 4,586.6
Polk 3,811.6
Putnam 1,201.5
St. Johns 1,196.5
St. Lucie 1,450.8
Santa Rosa 1,900.7
Sarasota 1,583.0
Seminole 1,764.4
Sumter 545.0
Suwannee 1,276.0
Taylor 688.0
Union 285.9
Volusia 2,140.8
Wakulla 441.2
Walton 1,407.3
Washington 813.0
Total 105,165.7


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(57)
(29)
(50)
( 2)
( 5)
(52)
(44)
(36.)
(35)
(40)
(31)
( 1)
(60)
(55)
( 4)
( 8)
(65)
(67)
(20)
(59)
(63)
(65)
(45)
(47)
(64)
(56)
(46)
( 3)
(39)
(33)
(17)
(37)
(58)
(26)
(13)
(19)
(48)
(61)
(30)
(22)
(14)
(41)
(32)
(42)
(11)
(53)
( 6)
(49)
( 9)
(34)
( 7)
(10)
(27)
(28)
(23)
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52,950
12,995
19,860
3,500
128,344
81,237
9,750
2,200
17,616
7,000
24,638
17,154
192,131
14,000
6,000
-
70,346
-
5,000
4,800
10,000
4,000
20,000
5,000
8,911
11,000
9,890
16,260
62,051
10,000
59,000
9,100
19,380
7,952
28,542
17,959
57,711
10,000
2,150
20,000
44,000
20,000
8,500
40,000
12,100
40,165
7,675
39,800
7,550
56,054
20,000
59,968
53,000
23,202
14,200
23,550
13,000
28,650
15,938
11,370
13,000
6,000
2,034
44,005
18,000
13,500
4,600
1,698,288


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17
37
22
151
97
18
19
28
49
28
38
167
10
16
193
137
10
6
59
12
9
12
24
22
10
21
21
153
32
34
65
28
12
52
54
63
23
10
38
51
65
31
32
33
112
14
164
22
146
44
125
137
36
38
42
67
45
57
27
43
27
12
58
18
50
29
3,406


Rank
(12)
(55)
(32)
(47)
( 5)
(11)
(53)
(52)
(40)
(24)
(40)
(29)
( 2)
(62)
(56)
( 1)
( 7)
(62)
(67)
(17)
(58)
(66)
(58)
(45)
(47)
(62)
(50)
(50)
( 4)
(36)
(34)
(14)
(40)
(58)
(21)
(20)
(16)
(46)
(62)
(29)
(22)
(14)
(38)
(36)
(35)
(10)
(57)
( 3)
(47)
( 6)
(26)
( 9)
( 7)
(33)
(29)
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(25)
(19)
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58.82
8.11
72.73
92.05
98.97
33.33
73.68
67.86
79.59
60.71
55.26
100.00
100.00
68.75
82.38
70.07
60.00
16.67
6.78
50.00
77.78
25.00
33.33
86.36
70.00
52.38
47.62
91.50

73.53
3.08
14.29
8.33
65.38
66.67
42.86
91.30
60.00

62.75
73.85
35.48
59.38
57.58
65.18
71.43
79.88
59.09
80.14
65.91
35.20
68.61
83.33
50.00
88.10
46.27
75.56
84.21
55.56
39.53
29.63
75.00
77.59
44.44
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$185.06 (31)
163.60 (55)
217.30 ( 9)
165.91 (52)
274.94 ( 3)
345.69 ( 1)
148.61 (63)
204.47 (13)
175.46 (46)
125.14 (66)
180.89 (39)
188.30 (27)
258.98 ( 5)
175.00 (47)
198.00 (18)
Contract
260.21 ( 4)
165.00 (54)
196.67 (19)
160.00 (58)
171.67 (48)
181.11 (38)
188.83 (24)
189.17 (23)
203.18 (14)
181.66 (35)
179.52 (41)
166.81 (51)
235.41 ( 7)
188.75 (25)
160.00 (58)
154.46 (62)
200.00 (15)
176.33 (45)
176.54 (43L
193.65 (21)
140.92 (65)
148.00 (64)
200.00 (15)
185.00 (32)
176.37 (44)
177.67 (42)
156.94 (61)
245.16 ( 6)
186.17 (28)
160.00 (58)
185.71 (29)
193.71 (20)
188.45 (26)
212.16 (10)
165.23 (53)
223.28 ( 8)
183.18 (34)
190.51 (22)
184.63 (33)
199.44 (17)
170.82 (50)
205.56 (12)
171.40 (49)
162.59 (51)
181.41 (36)
205.74 (11)
185.67 (30)
282.83 ( 2)
180.00 (40)
163.00 (56)
181.41 (36)
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110. Calculated Cost Per Bus Mile, Regular Routes, Passenger Cars, and Activity
Trips, 1967-68

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.

111. Percent of Bus Miles Traveled on Unpaved Roads, 1967-68

SOURCE: "Summary of Mid-Year Transportation Reports of District
Superintendents 1967-68 School Year," State Department of
Education

112. Percent of Bus Travel on Regular Routes Without Pupils, 1967-68

SOURCE: "Summary of Mid-Year Transportation Reports of District
Superintendents 1967-68 School Year," State Department of
Education

113. Number of Transportation Units Earned, 1967-68

SOURCE: Final Computation of Minimum Foundation Program, 1967-68,
State Department of Education

114. Number of Transported Pupils Living Less Than Two Miles from School, 1967-68

SOURCE: "Summary of Mid-Year Transportation Reports of District
Superintendents 1967-68 School Year," State Department of
Education

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


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Calculated Cost Percent of Percent of Number of Number of
Per Bus Mile, Bus Miles Bus Travel Transportation Transported
Regular Routes, Traveled on on Regular Units Earned Pupils Living
Passenger Cars, Unpaved Roads Routes Without 1967-68 Less than Two
and Activity 1967-68 Pupils Miles From
Counties Trips 1967-68 School
1967-68 1967-68


Amount Rank Percent Rank Percent Rank Number Rank Number Rank


Alachua $.410 (11) 11.1% (36) 9.4% (46)
Baker .331 (43) 32.2 (13) 11.2 (38)
Bay .328 (46) 6.7 (45) 28.6 (17)
Bradford .359 (25) 17.5 (23) 8.4 (47)
Brevard .425 ( 8) 2.7 (55) 46.1 (1)
Broward .333 (41) .0 (64) 45.3 ( 2)
Calhoun .363 (24) 39.5 ( 9) 2.6 (61)
Charlotte .343 (33) 1.7 (57) 26.1 (19)
Citrus .298 (56) 6.7 (45) 7.1 (51)
Clay .348 (31) 20.7 (21) 20.7 (25)
Collier .280 (64) 8.3 (39) 25.9 (21)
Columbia .291 (58) 33.3 (12) 13.4 (33)
Dade .471 ( 1) .2 (62) 43.9 ( 3)
De Soto .272 (65) 7.8 (40) 14.7 (32)
Dixie .336 (36) 20.8 (20) 2.4 (63)
Duval .436 (5) .1 (63) 38.4 ( 6)
Escambia .458 (2) 11.4 (35) 29.4 (16)
Flagler .347 (32) 3.0 (54) 10.5 (40)
Franklin .381 (18) 5.6 (48) 8.1 (50)
Gadsden .311 (52) 13.5 (30) 27.8 (18)
Gilchrist .288 (59) 48.7 ( 2) .3 (66)
Glades .368 (22) 18.7 (22) 17.5 (29)
Gulf .392 (15) 13.3 (31) 10.1 (43)
Hamilton .371 (21) 47.0 ( 3) .6 (65)
Hardee .383 (16) 16.9 (25) 10.2 (42)
Hendry .286 (60) 6.9 (44) 5.1 (53)
Hernando .428 ( 6) 17.4 (24) 3.4 (57)
Highlands .332 (42) 14.5 (27) 11.4 (36)
Hillsborough .382 (17) 1.0 (59) 35.4 ( 8)
Holmes .350 (28) 45.1 (5) .0 (67)
Indian River .252 (67) 9.2 (37) 25.5 (22)
Jackson .302 (54) 43.7 ( 6) 10.8 (39)
Jefferson .266 (66) 40.5 ( 8) 4.6 (54)
Lafayette .293 (57) 26.9 (15) 3.2 (59)
Lake .427 ( 7) 5.8 (47) 16.6 (30)
Lee .284 (63) .0 (64) 26.1 (19)
Leon .315 (49) 5.6 (48) 23.3 (23)
Levy .334 (39) 25.0 (16) 10.5 (40)
Liberty .312 (51) 12.1 (33) 2.2 (64)
Madison .286 (60) 53.6 ( 1) 3.4 (57)
Manatee .409 (12) 11.5 (34) 30.2 (13)
Marion .285 (62) 7.7 (41) 12.8 (34)
Martin .453 ( 3) 5.0 (50) 18.7 (27)
Monroe .334 (39) .0 (64) 43.0 ( 5)
Nassau .412 (10) 30.5 (14) 9.5 (45)
Okaloosa .339 (35) 13.8 (28) 29.5 (15)
Okeechobee .350 (28) .7 (60) 16.2 (31)
Orange .403 (13) 4.8 (51) 35.7 ( 7)
Osceola .329 (45) 7.2 (43) 12.0 (35)
Palm Beach .420 ( 9) 1.6 (58) 8.3 (48)
Pasco .376 (20) 14.8 (26) 11.4 (36)
Pinellas .396 (14) .0 (64) 43.6 ( 4)
Polk .350 (28) 3.9 (53) 34.1 (10)
Putnam .330 (44) 8.8 (38) 22.0 (24)
St. Johns .336 (36) 4.0 (52) 18.4 (28)
St. Lucie .358 (26) 13.3 (31) 32.2 (11)
Santa Rosa .314 (50) 22.5 (18) 19.4 (26)
Sarasota .299 (55) .3 (61) 29.6 (14)
Seminole .316 (47) 7.4 (42) 34.8 ( 9)
Sumter .379 (19) 13.6 (29) 4.4 (55)
Suwannee .306 (53) 40.7 ( 7) 4.0 (56)
Taylor .365 (23) 24.6 (17) 9.8 (44)
Union .342 (34) 22.0 (19) 6.0 (52)
Volusia .448 ( 4) 1.8 (56) 30.6 (12)
Wakulla .352 (27) 33.5 (11) 3.1 (60)
Walton .316 (47) 39.0 (10) 2.6 (61)
Washington .335 (38) 46.6 ( 4) 8.3 (48)
Total $.371 10.0% 27.0%


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132.68
23.04
86.85
29.37
221.02
252.24
20.87
26.56
34.68
49.51
46.78
49.87
319.44
16.93
16.18
380.99
259.99
15.18
8.44
98.74
13.25
11.74
17.07
26.32
32.10
16.75
26.19
40.05
315.50
32.79
45.67
94.25
40.50
11.74
84.38
82.83
105.87
27.34
15.76
49.40
83.48
123.22
43.29
35.05
44.93
128.24
27.49
283.20
37.21
223.19
69.24
257.62
247.71
64.82
54.13
54.25
69.20
85.76
101.53
32.46
55.31
36.39
15.86
142.19
22.73
49.50
36.67
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(65)
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(52)
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3,560
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575
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660
93
455
3,024
39
4,086
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1,355
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115. Transported Pupils Less Than Two Miles From School as a Percent of Total
Transported Membership, 1967-68

SOURCE: Computed from data in "Summary of Mid-Year Transportation Reports
of District Superintendents 1967-68 School Year," State Department
of Education

116. Percent Participation in Federally Reimbursed School Lunch Programs, 1967-68

SOURCE: State Department of Education records, School Food Service Section

This is the percentage of pupils who received type A reimbursed lunches.
Schools not participating in the Reimbursed School Lunch Program are
excluded from this tabulation.

117. Percent of Lunches Served Free or at Reduced Price, 1967-68

SOURCE: State Department of Education Records, School Food Service Section

This shows the percent of all federally reimbursed type A lunches served
that were served to needy pupils.

118. Food Service Personnel Employed, 1967-68

SOURCE: District Superintendents' Annual Report on Personnel,
Attendance and Miscellaneous Summaries, 1967-68

This is the number of school food service positions filled during
the year, excluding county-wide school food service supervisors.

119. Total School Level Expenditures for School Food Service Programs, 1967-68

SOURCE: State Department of Education records, School Food Service
Section

This includes expenditures for food, labor, and other school level
school lunch costs. Amounts for salaries of some school level personnel
paid directly by the county were not identifiable and are excluded.
Also excluded are county level and equipment costs.


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Transported
Pupils Less
Than Two Miles
From School as a
Percent of Total
Transported
Membership
1967-68


Percent
Participation
in Federally
Reimbursed
School Lunch
Programs
1967-68


Percent
of Lunches Served
Free or at
Reduced Price
1967-68


Food Service
Personnel
Employed
1967-68


Total School
Level Expenditure
For School
Food Service
Programs*
1967-68


Percent Rank
Alachua 7.53% (43)
Baker 19.89 (15)
Bay 15.53 (21)
Bradford 14.09 (23)
Brevard 12.88 (27)
Broward 1.56 (58)
Calhoun 22.11 (11)
Charlotte 9.02 (36)
Citrus 9.17 (34)
Clay 26.41 ( 9)
Collier (62)
Columbia 1.88 (56)
Dade .64 (61)
De Soto 12.06 (20)
Dixie 33.50 ( 4)
Duval 11.32 (29)
Escambia 19.84 (16)
Flagler 15.47 (22)
Franklin 54.45 ( 1)
Gadsden 8.80 (37)
Gilchrist 1.97 (55)
Glades (62)
Gulf (62)
Hamilton 4.15 (48)
Hardee 7.33 (44)
Hendry 7.24 (45)
Hernando 19.10 (17)
Highlands 29.41 ( 6)
Hillsborough 7.88 (40)
Holmes (62)
Indian River (62)
Jackson 3.13 (49)
Jefferson 10.77 (30)
Lafayette 10.10 (32)
Lake 19.97 (14)
Lee 10.19 (31)
Leon .90 (60)
Levy 20.69 (13)
Liberty 42.08 ( 3)
Madison (62)
Manatee 6.27 (46)
Marion 1.31 (59)
Martin 21.90 (12)
Monroe 3.10 (50)
Nassau 18.07 (18)
Okaloosa 29.01 ( 7)
Okeechobee 2.05 (54)
Orange 16.62 (19)
Osceola 2.22 (52)
Palm Beach 8.04 (39)
Pasco 15.67 (20)
Pinellas 13.22 (25)
Polk 8.39 (38)
Putnam 13.12 (26)
St. Johns 1.64 (57)
St. Lucie 14.08 (24)
Santa Rosa 44.23 ( 2)
Sarasota 7.87 (41)
Seminole 9.72 (33)
Sumter 5.42 (47)
Suwannee 9.16 (35)
Taylor 22.77 (10)
Union 7.72 (42)
Volusia 2.11 (53)
Wakulla 2.84 (51)
Walton 27.44 ( 8)
Washington 32.31 (5)
TOTAL 10.73%


* Excludes salaries of some personnel paid directly by county.


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74.9% (24)
72.7 (32)
76.9 (17)
69.1 (39)
55.5 (60)
63.4 (48)
92.3 ( 1)
79.8 (11)
54.0 (63)
55.5 (60)
83.1 ( 8)
84.6 ( 4)
59.1 (57)
48.4 (67)
77.8 (16)
51.7 (65)
63.7 (47)
62.2 (51)
63.2 (49)
76.3 (22)
90.5 ( 2)
84.5 ( 5)
66.9 (41)
64.8 (46)
69.9 (37)
82.2 (10)
78,4 (14)
68.9 (40)
75.8 (23)
74.6 (26)
76.4 (20)
66.4 (42)
83.5 ( 7)
84.4 ( 6)
72.8 (31)
74.8 (25)
59.7 (56)
60.8 (52)
71.4 (35)
49.3 (66)
87.4 ( 3)
74.1 (28)
71.8 (33)
60.5 (54)
82.8 ( 9)
66.1 (44)
57.6 (58)
69.2 (38)
76.8 (18)
71.5 (34)
76.4 (20)
70.4 (36)
76.8 (18)
60.1 (55)
66.4 (42)
78.7 (13)
74.5 (27)
73.4 (30)
63.1 (50)
65.0 (45)
60.7 (53)
78.4 (14)
53.3 (64)
54.7 (62)
79.6 (12)
57.0 (59)
74.1 (28)
66.2%


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Percent Rank
15.2% (38)
28.3 (17)
26.2 (20)
11.2 (45)
4.9 (64)
18.9 (32)
80.9 ( 3)
10.7 (49)
24.6 (22)
8.9 (56)
30.1 (15)
13.3 (39)
13.0 (43)
9.9 (51)
100.0 ( 1)
8.1 (58)
23.0 (26)
4.6 (66)
13.1 (42)
74.4 ( 4)
10.3 (50)
30.3 (14)
38.9 ( 8)
13.2 (40)
13.2 (40)
5.4 (62)
35.5 ( 9)
9.1 ; ')
28.5 (16)
91.7 ( 2 .
23.6 (25)
33.7 (11)
68.9 ( 5)
26.3 (19)
33.7 (11)
24.0 (24)
8.6 (57)
31.3 (13)
27.5 (18)
20.8 (29)
11.2 (45)
16.1 (36)
4.8 (65)
6.3 (61)
24.2 (23)
5.2 (63)
15.8 (37)
11.6 (44)
3.1 (67)
44.8 ( 7)
9.9 (51)
9.1 (53)
7.4 (59)
22.4 (28)
24.8 (21)
19.1 (31)
9.1 (53)
6.6 (60)
33.9 (10)
11.2 (45)
17.2 (34)
18.1 (33)
22.6 (27)
16.3 (35)
11.1 (48)
19.4 (30)
63.5 (6)
17.9%


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Number Rank
186 (15)
28 (48)
172 (17)
40 (38)
727 ( 6)
896 ( 3)
24 (55)
41 (37)
33 (43)
89 (29)
75 (31)
79 (30)
2,473 ( 1)
22 (56)
16 (59)
895 (4)
126 (21)
11 (63)
14 (61)
121 (22)
12 (62)
11 (63)
32 (45)
22 (56)
29 (47)
33 (43)
27 (52)
62 (35)
905 (2)
19 (58)
111 (25)
63 (34)
27 (52)
7 (67)
150 (18)
192 (12)
118 (23)
28 (48)
9 (65)
28 (48)
192 (12)
188 (14)
46 (36)
108 (26)
70 (32)
239 (11)
30 (46)
649 ( 7)
39 (40)
625 (8)
93 (27)
755 ( 5)
599 (9)
116 (24)
67 (33)
130 (20)
91 (28)
186 (15)
144 (19)
40 (38)
28 (48)
35 (41)
9 (65)
294 (10)
16 (59)
25 (54)
34 (42)
12,801


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$1,116,287
119,513
879,095
162,333
2 827.015
4,323,914
117,213
165,112
128,003
297.629
367,045
353,780
9,462,075
87,240
80,333
4,911,011
1,894,337
52,615
64,084
528,969
40,630
47,855
124,059
98,028
151,359
153,111
161,286
287,525
4,952,792
124.367
439,095
334,357
149,841
35,018
737.277
929,938
753,805
101,963
38,138
132,686
948,404
893,444
259,756
442,304
308.522
1,013,873
102,719
3,417,938
232,240
3,153,399
442,882
3,430,458
3,039,174
425,023
284.023
604,817
423,491
868,999
751,281
143,171
179,518
199,269
52,772
1,296,206
79.793
133,104
180,771
$61,044,079


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(61)
(23)
(65)
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120. Average Value of Food Per Lunch Served, 1967-68

SOURCE: State Department of Education records, School Food Service
Section

121. Average Labor Cost Per Meal Served, 1967-68

SOURCE: State Department of Education records, School Food Service
Section


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Average Value Average
of Food Per Labor Cost
Lunch Served Per Meal
Counties 1967-68 Served*
1967 68



Cents Rank Cents Rank


Alachua 28.1c (58) 16.4 (21)
Baker 27.5 (62) 14.1 (37)
Bay 30.5 (21) 16.7 (18)
Bradford 30.2 (29) 13.4 (43)
Brevard 31.0 (17) 21.8 ( 6)
Broward 26.3 (66) 31.1 ( 1)
Calhoun 28.4 (55) 11.8 (53)
Charlotte 28.1 (58) 12.3 (52)
Citrus 30.0 (34) 14.1 (37)
Clay 31.5 (12) 15.7 (27)
Collier 28.3 (56) 14.0 (40)
Columbia 28.7 (49) 13.4 (43)
Dade 28.7 (49) 16.4 (21)
De Soto 29.7 (38) 16.7 (18)
Dixie 29.6 (40) 11.5 (54)
Duval 29.3 (44) 24.1 (3)
Escambia 27.4 (65) 19.7 (9)
Flagler 30.5 (21) 17.7 (16)
Franklin 31.5 (12) 17.6 (17)
Gadsden 28.5 (52) 10.5 (61)
Gilchrist 31.7 ( 8) 13.1 (46)
Glades 30.4 (27) 16.2 (23)
Gulf 31.4 (15) 21.9 ( 5)
Hamilton 33.1 ( 6) 10.3 (62)
Hardee 35.2 ( 1) 11.3 (55)
Hendry 28.5 (52) 13.6 (41)
Hernando 29.8 (37) 11.1 (56)
Highlands 30.0 (34) 14.5 (32)
Hillsborough 27.5 (62) 24.0 ( 4)
Holmes 30.3 (28) 8.3 (67)
Indian River 29.1 (47) 19.7 (9)
Jackson 30.5 (21) 11.0 (58)
Jefferson 31.5 (12) 8.9 (66)
Lafayette 33.4 ( 3) 10.9 (59)
Lake 30.6 (20) 18.1 (15)
Lee 30.5 (21) 14.4 (33)
Leon 29.4 (42) 14.4 (33)
Levy 29.6 (40) 14.4 (33)
Liberty 31.2 (16) 10.2 (63)
Madison 33.6 ( 2) 11.1 (56)
Manatee 30.1 (31) 13.1 (46)
Marion 30.5 (21) 15.3 (31)
Martin 23.2 (67) 18.5 (13)
Monroe 29.1 (47) 28.9 ( 2)
Nassau 30.2 (29) 16.0 (25)
Okaloosa 29.9 (36) 12.5 (50)
Okeechobee 29.3 (44) 21.4 ( 7)
Orange 27.5 (62) 18.4 (14)
Osceola 30.7 (19) 14.2 (36)
Palm Beach 30.5 (21) 20.1 ( 8)
Pasco 28.5 (52) 14.1 (37)
Pinellas 27.9 (60) 18.9 (12)
Polk 31.7 ( 8) 16.7 (18)
Putnam 31.8 ( 7) 15.6 (29)
St. Johns 29.2 (46) 13.5 (42)
St. Lucie 29.4 (42) 15.9 (26)
Santa Rosa 30.1 (31) 15.7 (27)
Sarasota 28.3 (56) 16.1 (24)
Seminole 29.7 (38) 12.8 (48)
Sumter 31.7 ( 8) 12.8 (48)
Suwannee 31.6 (11) 10.0 (65)
Taylor 33.3 ( 5) 10.2 (63)
Union 28.7 (49) 13.3 (45)
Volusia 30.1 (31) 19.1 (11)
Wakulla 30.8 (18) 12.4 (51)
Walton 27.9 (60) 10.8 (60)
Washington 33.4 ( 3) 15.4 (30)
Total 29.1C 15.4

*Excludes salaries of some personnel paid directly by county.


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FLORIDA

DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARDS

AUGUST, 1969


COUNTY

Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
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