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REPORT 80


Jl REPORT

BUREAU OF RESEARCH
DIVISION OF & ELEMENTARY & SECONDARY EDUCATION


RANKING


OF THE COUNTIES


March


1970


DEPARTMENT OP EDUCATION
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA
FLOYD T. CHRISTIAN. COMMISSIONER


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RANKING OF THE COUNTIES


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Table No. Title Page No.

I Pupil Data

1. Enrollment, Grades 1-12[1]* .......*..*.. .. ..................... 5
2. Enrollment Increase, Grades 1-12, 1958-59 to 1968-69[2] ......... 5
3. Percent of Enrollment Increase, Grades 1-12, 1958-59 to
1968-6913] ...... .......... ........ .... .. ............... 5
4. High School Enrollment as a Percent of Elementary Enrollment[4] 5
5. Percent Change in Membership First Month 1969-70 Over First
Month 1968-69(11] .......... ........ ..... ........ .. .. .. ........ 5
6. Percent of State Total Enrollment in Each County, Grades 1-12 .... 7
7. Average Daily Membership as a Percent of Enrollment, Grades
1-12[12] .......... ... ...... ...... ...... ....... . ....... 7
8. Changes in Net Membership Between First Month and End of School[17] 7
9. Kindergarten Membership, First Month 1969-70 ..................... 7
10. Average Daily Attendance 1-12[5] ............................... 9
11. Percent of Attendance, Grades 1-1216] ............................ 9
12. Withdrawals as a Percent of Enrollment, Grades 1-12[13] .......... 9
13. First Time Entries as a Percent of Total Enrollment, Grades
1-12[14] ............... ... .... .............. .. ... .... .... 9
14. Transfers from Out-of-State as a Percent of Total Enrollment,
Grades 1-12[15] ............. .. ....... ......... ............... 9
15. Transfers from Other Counties as a Percent of Total Enrollment,
Grades 1-12[16] .................................................. 11
16. Number of High School Graduates[7] ............................... 11
17. Percent of 1969 Graduates Who Entered College[8] ................. 11
18. Percent of 1969 Graduates Who Entered Trade and Vocational
Training[9] ...........*....... .... .... .. .... ... ........ .... 11
19. Percent of 1969 Graduates Who Did Not Continue Formal Educa-
tlon[10] ....................*............. 0 ................... 11



*The number in brackets [ ] refers to each table's number in the 1968 Ranking
of the Counties. Tables without [ ] did not have a corresponding table in
the 1968 Rankings.








II Instruction Units/Instructional Personnel

1. Total Instruction Units Earned, K-12[18] ......................... 13
2. Percent Change in Instruction Units, 1958-59 to 1968-69 .......... 13
3. Total Full--Time Instructional Positions, K-12[19] ................ 13
4. Instructional Positions as a Percent of Instruction Units
Earned[20] ............. .... .. ..... .... .... 13
5. Total Number of Full-Time Teachers[26] .......................... 13
6. Average Pupils per Teacher Based on Average Daily Membership[28] 15
7. Average Annual Salary Paid Instructional Staff[96] ............... 15
8. Increase in Average Salary Paid Instructional Staff 1958-59 to
1968-69(97] ...................... .. ........ ..... 15
9. Number of Teachers Resigning 1968-69 ............................ 17
10. Percent of Regular Full-Time Teachers Who Were Men[27] ........... 17
11. Percent of Instructional Personnel in Rank II (Master's
Degree) [21] .............. ....................................... 19
12. Percent of Instructional Personnel Below Rank III[22] ........... 19
13. Percent of Instructional Personnel on Continuing Contract
Status[23] ... .................................................. 19
14. Percent of Major High School Classes Taught by Teachers In-
Field[24] .....s.... ................. ... ...... ..... ..................... 19
15. Percent of Regular Elementary Classes Taught by Teachers In-
Field[25] ........................................................ 19

III Property Assessment

1. Non-Exempt Assessed Valuation[44] ................................ 21
2. Increase in Non-Exempt Assessed Valuation (In Thousands) from
1959 to 1969[45] ................................................. 21
3. Percent Increase in Non-Exempt Assessed Valuation From 1959
to 1969[46] ........... .. ................................... .. 21
4. Assessed Value of Personal Property as a Percent of all Non-
Exempt Property[47] ... ... ............................ ......... 21
5. Assessed Value of R.R. and Tel. Property as & Percent of All
Non-Exempt Property[48] ........... ............... ....... ...... 23
6. Assessed Value of Homestead Exempt Property as a Percent of
the Value of Non-Exempt Real Estate[49] .......................... 23
7. Non-Exempt Assessed Valuation Per Pupil[50] ...................... 23
8. Change in Non-Exempt Assessed Valuation Per Pupil 1958-59 to
1968-69[51] ...... ........................................ 23
9. Non-Exempt Assessed Valuation (1968) Per Instruction Unit, Grades
1-12 ................................. ................. ......... 25
10. Change in Non-Exempt Assessed Valuation Per Instruction Unit
1958-59 to 1968-69 ........... .......... ........................ 25
11. Percent Change in Non-Exempt Assessed Valuation Per Instruction
Unit 1958-59 to 1968-69 ........................................ 25
12. Percent of State Total Non-Exempt Assessed Valuation in Each
County[76] . ....................... .... ........ . . ....... .. 25


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Table No.


IV Revenue Receipts

1. Operating School Millage (Excludes Building & Bus Millage) [77]... 27
2. Revenue Receipts from Local Sources[62] .................... 27
3. Local Revenue Receipts Per Capita Based on Estimated Population
July, 1969 and Local Revenue Receipts 1968-69[63] ................ 27
4. Percent Increase in Revenue Receipts from Local Sources from
1958-59 to 1968-69[64] ........ ........ .............. ............. 27
5. Revenue Receipts from Local Sources Per Pupil in ADA, Grades
1-12 [65] ........................................................ 29
6. Percent of Total Revenue Receipts Derived from Local Sources[66].. 29
7. Public School Revenue from Local Sources as a Percent of Personal
Income[60] ..................... ................................. 29
8. Revenue Receipts from All Sources[61] ... ....... .............. 29
9. Required Local Effort Per Pupil in ADA, Grades 1-12[71] .......... 29
10. Local Effort Required to Participate in Minimum Foundation
Program Grades 1-12[68] ................................. ........ 31
11. Additional Required Local Effort for Kindergarten, 1969-70 ....... 31
12. Required Local Effort (K-12) as a Percent of Foundation Program[67]31
13. Percent Increase in Required Local Effort 1969-70 Over 1959-60,
Grades 1-12[70] ............. ....... ........ ................ .... 31

V Expenditures

1. Total Expenditures All Funds[78] ............................... 33
2. Total Expenditure for Capital Outlay, K-12, All Funds[79] ........ 33
3. Total Current Expense, K-12, All Funds[80] ........... .......... 33
4. Current Expense Per Instruction Unit, K-12[81] ................... 33
5. Increase in Current Expense Per Instruction Unit From 1958-59
to 1968-69[82] ................... .......... ......... ....... ..... 35
6. Percent Increase in Current Expense Per Instruction Unit From
1958-59 to 1968-69[83] ........................................... 35
7. Expenditure Per Instruction Unit for Administration[84] .......... 35
8. Expenditure Per Instruction Unit for Instruction[85] ............. 35
9. Expenditure Per Instruction Unit for Operation of Plant[86] ...... 35
10. Expenditure Per Instruction Unit for Maintenance[87] ............. 37
11. Expenditure Per Instruction Unit for Auxiliary Services[88] ...... 37
12. Expenditure Per Instruction Unit for Fixed Charges[89] .......... 37
13. Percent of Current Expense Devoted to Administration[90] ......... 37
14. Percent of Current Expense Devoted to Instruction[91] ............ 37
15. Percent of Current Expense Devoted to Operation of Plant[92] ..... 39
16. Percent of Current Expense Devoted to Maintenance of Plant[93] ... 39
17. Percent of Current Expense Devoted to Auxiliary Services[94] ..... 39
18. Percent of Current Expense Devoted to Fixed Charges[95] ......... 39
19. Current Expenditure Per Pupil in ADA (K-12), 1968-69............. 39
VI Indebtedness

1. Total Outstanding Indebtedness as of June 30, 1969[99] ........... 41
2. Outstanding Indebtedness Per Instruction Unit[106] ............... 41
3. Total Debt Service Payment All Funds (Principal and Interest)[101] 41
4. Debt Service Per Instruction Unit Grades 1-12, All Funds[102] .... 41
5. Debt Service Expenditures as a Percent of Revenue Receipts[103] .. 41


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Table No.


VII S
1. School Bus Mileage, Morning Trip Only[105] ...................... 43
2. Extra-Curricular Miles Reported[106] ........................... 43
3. Percent of Bus Miles Traveled on Unpaved Roads[111] .............. 43
4. Percent of Bus Travel on Regular Routes Without Pupils[112] ...... 43
5. Calculated Cost Per Bus Mile, Regular Routes, Passenger
Cars, and Activity[llO] ....... ..... ... .... ..... ................ 45
6. Transported Pupils Per Adjusted Bus Mile ......................... 45
7. Transported Pupils Living Less Than Two Miles From School[114] ... 45
8. Transported Pupils Less Than Two Miles From School as a Percent
of Total Transported Membership[115] ........................... 45
9. Transported ADA as a Percent of Total ADA (K-12) [104] ........... 47
10. Number of School Bus Drivers[101] .................... ..... .... 47
11. Percent of School Bus Drivers Who Were Female[108] .............. 47
12. Average Monthly Salary of Bus Drivers of County Owned School
Buses[109] ...... .. ..... ...... ...... . ...... ..... .... .......... 47

VIII School Food Services

1. Total School Level Expenditure For School Food Service[119] ...... 49
2. Average Value of Food Per Lunch Served[120] ...................... 49
3. Average Labor Cost Per Meal Service[121] ......................... 49
4. Percent of Lunches Served Free or at Reduced Price[117] ......... 49
5. Percent Participation in Federally Reimbursed School Lunch
Programs[116] ....... .......... ... ..... ... .......... .... ...... 49
6. Food Service Personnel Employed, 1968-69[118] .................... 49

IX Vital Statistics

1. Land Area,[29] .......... ................ ............... ... .... ... 51
2. Average Population 1969 Per Square Mile[30] ...................... 51
3. Percent of Resident Population Born in Florida, 1960[34] ......... 51
4. Provisional Mid-Year Population Estimate[41] .................... 51
5. Estimated Percent of Population Change from April, 1960 to
July 1, 1969[42] .. .......... .......... ....... ........... .. 51
6. Live Births by Place of Residence[39] ......................... 53
7. Resident Births Per 1,000 Population[40] ......................... 53
8. Resident Illegitimate Live Births, 1960 ........................ 55
9. Resident Illegitimate Live Births as a Percent of All Resident
Live Births 1968 ... ... o......... ......... .......... .............. 55
10. Percent of Estimated Population Classified as Non-White[43] ...... 55
11. Percent of Population 5 Years Old or Older Who Moved Into
County Between 1955-1960[36] ................ ....... ............. 57
12. Percent of Workers Whose Place of Employment was in the County
in Which They Lived, 1960[37] ..57.. ..... ... ..... ........ ........ 57
13. Percent of Employed Persons in White-Collar Occupations, 1960[38]. 57
14. Percent of Population 14-17 Years of Age Enrolled in School[31] .. 57
15. Percent of Population 25 Years and Older with Less than 5 Years
of Schooling[32] .. .......... ........ ........................ .. ... 59
16. Median School Years Completed Persons 25 Years Old or Over[33] ... 59
17. Personal Income, 1968, Per Pupil (1-12) in ADA 1968-69[59] ....... 59
18. Per Capita Personal Income[53] ......... ...................... 59


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RANKING OF THE COUNTIES, 1969


The 1969 Ranking report has undergone major revision as to arrangement of

tables. The various tables have been placed in groups of similar information

to facilitate easier use of the information. A table of contents is included

to aid in rapid location of individual tables. To allow easier comparison with

tables in last years Rankings, each title in the contents is followed by a

number in brackets [ ] which gives the table number in the 1968 Report.

There is a compulsion among educators and statisticians to prepare rank

order tabulation of all data, whether or not such data are necessary or meaningful.

This is accompanied by the urge to find medians, percentiles, and ranges against

which data for a particular region, state, county, or school can be compared.

It becomes the educator's and public's goal to reach or exceed the average regard-

less of whether or not the average is adequate. The Department of Education

receives many letters asking how the public schools of one district compare to

the public schools of another district and how Florida schools compare to the

schools of other states. Neither the Department of Education nor any other agency

has been able to provide a satisfactory answer to such questions.

It is impossible to determine that one school or school system is better than

another school or school system unless all criteria are defined and all evidence

is evaluated. No one has, as yet, accomplished this satisfactorily. Until all

of the factors affecting school quality can be isolated and evaluated, schools

cannot be ranked as to degree of goodness or effectiveness.

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.


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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.

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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 expenditure per pupil

as a measure of excellenceis 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 illustrating

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.

Research Report 8P is a compilation of data from many other previously

published reports. Its purpose is to bring together in one publication a wide

variety of information from dozens of sources to facilitate decision-making and

information retrieval for the reader. The source cited should be used if

detailed information is needed.






I PUPIL DATA


Enrollment. Grades 1-12. 1968-69

SOURCE: Principals' Annual Report on Attendance, 1968-69

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.

Enrollment Increase. Grades 1-12)1958-59 to 1968-69

SOURCE: Computed from data in Biennial Report of Superintendent of Public
Instruction, 1958-59 and Principals' Annual Report on Attendance,
1968-69

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 1958-59
school year and the 1968-69 school year is shown by a minus (-) sign.

Percent of Enrollment Increase. Grades 1-12. 1958-59 to 1968-69

SOURCE: Computed from data in Biennial Report of Superintendent of Public
Instruction, 1958-59 and Principals' Annual Report on Attendance,
1968-69

This table shows the percent of increase in pupils enrolled in grades 1-12
between the 1958-59 school year and the 1968-69 school year. In counties
having a decrease in enrollment the percent of decrease is shown by a minus
(-) sign.

High School Enrollment as a Percent of Elementary Enrollment. 1968-69

SOURCE: Computed from Principals' Annual Report on Attendance, 1968-69

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

Percent Change in Membership First Month 1969-70 Over First Month 1968-69 (1-12)

SOURCE: Fall Reports on Membership, Teachers and School Housing

This table gives the percent of change in membership (K-12) from the end of
the first month 1968-69 to the end of the first month 1969-70. In counties
having a decrease in end of first month membership, the percent decrease is
shown by a minus (-) sign. Some changes were larger than normal due to
addition of kindergarten units to the county program.
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1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5

Enrollment Enrollment Percent of High School Percent Change
Grades 1-12 Increase Enrollment Enrollment in Membership
Counties 1968-69 Grades 1-12 Increase as a Percent First Month
1958-59 to Grades 1-12 of Elementary 1969-70 Over
1968-69 1958-59 to Enrollment First Month
1968-69 1968-69 1968-69 (K-12)+


Number Rank Number 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
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
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TOTAL 1,454,791 495,569 51.66% 81.78% 3,80%


#Excludes laboratory school in 1968-69.
+Combined demonstration schools % change 5.52%.
*County had no kindergarten enrollment during first month of 1968-69 and did have kindergarten during first
month of 1969-70.


Pupil Data


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22,076 (13)
2,462 (56)
18,782 (18)
3,954 (41)
67.763 ( 8)
112,826 (3)
2,086 (58)
3,573 (46)
3,335 (49)
8.837 (28)
8,737 (30)
7,071 (33)
241,994 ( 1)
3,026 (52)
1.639 (61)
129,213 ( 2)
50,055 (10)
1,225 (63)
1,824 (59)
11.379 (23)
948 (65)
968 (64)
3,055 (51)
2,400 (57)
3.823 (42)
3,378 (48)
3,736 (45)
6,810 (34)
109,509 ( 4)
2.801 (55)
8,767 (29)
8,625 (31)
2,847 (54)
732 (67)
15.420 (21)
20,228 (15)
20,461 (14)
3,443 (47)
902 (66)
3.803 (43)
16,890 (20)
17,227 (19)
5,871 (36)
11,085 (25)
6.001 (35)
27,024 (12)
3,196 (50)
85,127 ( 5)
5,454 (37)
67.774 ( 7)
11,203 (24)
81,930 (6)
57,745 (9)
9,889 (26)
7.191 (32)
12,200 (22)
9,454 (27)
19,445 (17)
19,842 (16)
3.771 (44)
4,473 (38)
3,991 (40)
1,308 (62)
33,306 (11)
1.647 (60)
4,277 (39)
2 957 (53)


6,826# (15)
582 (44)
3,668 (24)
307 (50)
46.716 (3)
55,377 (2)
-120 (63)
1,895 (31)
1,403 (38)
4.245 (21)
5,266 (17)
1,794 (33)
81,730 ( 1)
729 (42)
371 (48)
34,108 ( 5)
11,633 (11)
185 (55)
410 (46)
1.570 (36)
142 (56)
311 (51)
258 (53)
-66 (62)
669 (43)
1,380 (39)
349 (49)
2,110 (30)
31,325 ( 6)
-517 (66)
3,623 (25)
-1,112 (67)
266 (52)
-30 (61)
2.980 (26)
10,095 (13)
4,889# (19)
763 (41)
28 (60)
-381 (65)
4,654 (20)
5,034 (18)
2,491 (29)
2,892 (27)
1.556 (37)
14,975 ( 9)
1,593 (35)
34,246 ( 4)
1,856 (32)
26.102 ( 8)
3,944 (23)
28,297 ( 7)
14,670 (10)
1,773 (34)
1.150 (40)
4,087 (22)
2,791 (28)
6,867 (16)
9,291 (14)
550 (45)
375 (47)
241 (54)
143 (57)
10,315 (12)
130 (58)
92 (59)
-323 (64)


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44.7 (25)
30.96 (37)
24.27 (42)
8.41 (57)
221.96 ( 1)
96.39 ( 7)
-5.44 (63)
112.93 ( 4)
72.62 (11)
92.44 (8)
151.71 (2)
34.00 (34)
51.00 (20)
31.74 (35)
29.26 (39)
35.49 (30)
30.28 (38)
17.79 (47)
29.00 (40)
16.01 (50)
17.62 (48)
47.34 (22)
9.22 (54)
-2.68 (61)
21.21 (45)
69.07 (13)
14.62 (51)
44.89 (23)
40.07 (28)
-15.58 (67)
70.43 (12)
-11.42 (66)
10.31 (53)
-3.94 (62)
23.95 (43)
99.62 ( 5)
31.40 (36)
28.47 (41)
3.20 (59)
-9.11 (64)
38.04 (29)
41.29 (27)
73.70 (10)
35.30 (31)
35.01 (32)
124.28 (3)
99.38 (6)
67.31 (14)
51.58 (19)
62.64 (15)
54.33 (17)
52.76 (18)
34.06 (33)
21.85 (44)
19.04 (46)
50.38 (21)
41.89 (26)
54.60 (16)
88.06 ( 9)
17.08 (49)
9.15 (55)
6.43 (58)
12.27 (52)
44.87 (24)
8.57 (56)
2.20 (60)
-9.05 (65S


76.1 (49)
81.97 (25)
85.21 (14)
84.59 (17)
81.93 (26)
83.22 (21)
84.93 (15)
98.83 ( 1)
87.68 ( 9)
71.26 (57)
62.46 (65)
81.82 (28)
84.76 (16)
69.71 (58)
81.71 (29)
80.60 (35)
81.67 (30)
75.25 (50)
66.42 (61)
73.94 (54)
79.89 (36)
61.87 (66)
77.93 (42)
83.63 (19)
61.38 (67)
69.15 (59)
74.42 (53)
74.75 (52)
82.11 (24)
91.72 (6)
79.80 (37)
85.60 (12)
78.05 (39)
93.14 ( 4)
80.69 (34)
77.81 (43)
83.67 (18)
77.93 (42)
77.21 (46)
83.54 (20)
85.50 (13)
87.92 ( 8)
73.60 (55)
63.04 (64)
81.41 (32)
64.83 (62)
63.98 (63)
82.17 (23)
81.92 (27)
80.92 (33)
75.21 (57)
93.02 ( 5)
77.97 (40)
81.58 (31)
77.03 (47)
71.95 (56)
68.19 (60)
93.75 ( 3)
77.00 (48)
78.47 (38)
94.73 ( 2)
77.22 (45)
87.12 (10)
89.17 ( 7)
77.29 (44)
86.61 (11)
2 19 (22/


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as n on


1.417 (45)
1.33 (46)
.83 (50)
.42 (54)
.18* (56)
8.60* ( 9)
-1.66 (66)
17.72 ( 2)
6.63 (12)
14.00 (4)
22.07* (1)
4.35* (23)
4.62 (21)
1.91 (42)
-1.52 (65)
2.06 (39)
-1.04* (62)
-3.70 (67)
-.95 (61)
-1.91 (64)
6.23 (14)
3.42 (30)
5.78* (17)
4.17* (24)
.44 (53)
3.65 (28)
12.49* ( 6)
2.29 (36)
2.70 (33)
2.22 (37)
2.22 (37)
1.23 (47)
-1.44 (63)
2.72 (32)
3.50 (29)
8.03 (11)
5.25 (18)
.27 (55)
1.20 (48)
-.88 (59)
3.95 (25)
3.90* (27)
11.04 ( 7)
1.83 (43)
1.81 (44)
2.49 (35)
8.24 (10)
4.93 (20)
12.51* ( 5)
6.45 (13)
9.55 ( 8)
4.45 (22)
3.25* (31)
.79 (51)
.86 (49)
1.95 (41)
5.05 (19)
5.82 (16)
14.99 ( 3)
3.91 (26)
-.82 (58)
-.90 (60)
2.00 (40)
.67 (52)
6.02 (15)
-.43* (57)
263 34)


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Percent of State Total Enrollment in Each County at End of First Month. 1-12

SOURCE: Computed from Fall,Reports on Membership, Teachers, and School
Housing, 1969-70

This table shows what percent of the total number of students enrolled
in Florida public schools were enrolled in each county at the end of the
first month of school, 1969-70.

Average Daily Membership as a Percent of Enrollment. Grades 1-12. 1968-69

SOURCE: Computed from Principals' Annual Report on Attendance, 1968-69

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.

Change in Net Membership Between First Month and End of School. 1968-69

SOURCE: "Analysis of Membership at the Close of Each Month of School,
1968-69, Research Report 77," Bureau of Research, Department
of Education

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

Kindergarten Membership at the End of the First Month. 1969-70

SOURCE: Fall Report on Membership, Teachers, and School Housing, 1969-70

This table indicates the kindergarten membership at the end of the first
month, 1969-70, for those counties having kindergarten units.


I Pupil Data









1.6 1.7 1.8 1.9

Percent of State Average Daily Changes in Net Membership Between Kindergarten
Total Enrollment Membership as First Month and End of School 1968-69 Membership
Counties in Each County at A Percent of at End of
End of First Month, Enrollment First Month
Grades 1-12 Grades 1-12 1969-70"
1969-70* 1968-69 A B C D
Total 1-12 1-6 7-9 10-12

Percent Rank Percent Rankrce ank Percent Rank Number Number


TOTAL 100.00%


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Soto
Dixiee
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
Wah ~intont


6


1,586
159
780
250
1.334
506
147
250
216
453
507
150
10,273

114
1,717
607
83
26

81
75
183
116


1.597 (13)
.18 (56)
1.27 (18)
.27 (41)
4.43 ( 8)
7.94 ( 3)
.15 (58)
.27 (41)
.24 (45)
.64 (28)
.57 (31)
.48 (33)
17.19 ( 1)
.20 (52)
.11 (61)
8.85 ( 2)
3.28 (10)
.09 (63)
.12 (59)
.76 (23)
.07 (64)
.07 (64)
.22 (48)
.17 (57)
.21 (50)
.21 (50)
.26 (44)
.42 (34)
7.26 (4)
.20 (52)
.58 (30)
.61 (29)
.20 (52)
.06 (67)
1.06 (21)
1.37 (16)
1.47 (14)
.24 (45)
.07 (64)
.27 (41)
1.21 (19)
1.15 (20)
.40 (36)
.73 (25)
.42 (34)
1.87 (12)
.20 (52)
5.73 ( 6)
.38 (37)
4.66 ( 7)
.76 (23)
5.81 (5)
3.78 (9)
.69 (26)
.49 (32)
.79 (22)
--i4-W
.66 (27)
1.33 (17)
1.44 (15)
.24 (45)
.29 (38)
.28 (39)
.10 (62)
2.32 (11)
.12 (59)
.28 (39)
.22 (48)


*Combined University Schools .16
**University Schools: 132


I Pupil Data


91.62% (22)
93.42 ( 5)
89.44 (45)
90.62 (40)
90.97 (33)
92.18 (19)
92.91 ( 8)
87.88 (54)
87.53 (58)
87.95 (53)
81.88 (67)
91.08 (31)
92.80 (10)
89.09 (49)
87.55 (56)
92.79 (11)
92.59 (13)
91.10 (30)
88.98 (50)
95.11 ( 2)
87.55 (56)
84.30 (65)
91.52 (23)
93.08 ( 6)
84.99 (64)
87.24 (60)
88.92 (51)
88.33 (52)
90.82 (37)
90,61 (41)
91.50 (24)
94.20 ( 4)
94.49 ( 3)
92.90 ( 9)
89.54 (43)
89.47 (44)
92.69 (12)
89.66 (42)
92.13 (20)
96.03 ( 1)
91.15 (28)
90.86 (36)
86.77 (61)
85.53 (63)
92.57 (14)
87.50 (59)
83.51 (66)
90.87 (35)
87.70 (55)
91.17 (27)
86.04 (62)
92.26 (17)
91.12 (29)
92.43 (15)
90.78 (38)
90.72 (39)
91.08 (31)
90.89 (34)
89.40 (47)
89.37 (48)
92.24 (18)
93.08 ( 6)
92.13 (20)
91.44 (26)
89.44 (45)
91.49 (25)
92 36 (16)


91.39%7


-1.32X (41)
-2.35 (54)
-3.87 (64)
-.87 (33)
-3.55 (63)
-.52 (29)
-2.60 (58)
3.19 ( 3)
.38 (19)
-.94 (35)
1.34 ( 9)
.22 (21)
-.53 (30)
-.19 (26)
-4.02 (65)
-2.08 (52)
-1.97 (50)
-3.35 (62)
-4.49 (67)
-1.76 (47)
-.96 (36)
6.58 ( 2)
-4.30 (66)
-2.00 (51)
7.34 ( 1)
.53 (16)
3.08 ( 5)
3.11 ( 4)
-1.13 (39)
-1.33 (42)
.34 (20)
-1.88 (48)
-2.57 (57)
-1.88 (48)
.39 (18)
1.39 ( 8)
-1.11 (37)
-1.48 (44)
-3.19 (61)
-1.12 (38)
1.10 (12)
-.40 (28)
2.30 ( 6)
-2.40 (55)
-.02 (24)
-3.03 (60)
-1.19 (40)
.22 (21)
.42 (17)
1.16 (11)
1.05 (13)
-.69 (31)
1.26 (10)
-.24 (27)
-.93 (34)
.79 (14)
-1.66 (46)
-.12 (25)
2.01 ( 7)
.06 (23)
-1.40 (43)
-2.13 (53)
-.83 (32)
-1.62 (45)
-2.80 (59)
-2.48 (56)
.74 (15)

-.75%


-34 -77 -158
-20 -20 -15
-206 -235 -223
-6 8 -33
-699 -413 -1.100
1,448 -86 -1,895
-18 -17 -16
92 17 -11
55 -7 -37
47 -48 -72
179 -16 -75
49 10 -45
2,174 45 -3,405
57 -19 -43
-17 -28 -14
-223 -695 -1,592
-118 -271 -534
-1 -20 -17
-25 -27 -22
-16 -95 -81
6 -1 -13
48 5 -2
-54 -44 -24
13 -19 -39
225 14 -22
67 -30 -22
81 18 2
198 26 -43
741 -228 -1,642
11 -19 -26
100 -2 -71
-48 -51 -55
-15 -21 -34
-7 -9 3
246 -62 -130
379 34 -166
70 -61 -222
8 -16 -38
-5 -15 -7
15 -23 -33
352 21 -205
105 0 -168
113 36 -35
-85 -104 -40
27 -5 -23
-297 -192 -233
73 -40 -64
943 -56 -717
74 -1 -53
1.190 90 -578
314 -126 -88
738 -49 -1,207
1,175 39 -565
109 -6 -125
69 -58 -72
257 -48 -123
-57 -32 -55
223 -29 -215
430 57 -137
61 -17 -42
16 -19 -55
11 -50 -41
11 -8 -13
34 -130 -401
-3 -14 -25
-22 -53 -23
59 -13 -26


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211


-
113

482
195
52
773

1,205
181
68
156
1,110
343
144
576
224
1,909

1,542
214
1.767
342
3,302
1,561
539
334

433
435
824


243
93
1,852
130
155
911


-3,305
10.717 -17,301 41,352


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Average. Daily Attendance. Gr&das 1-12.. 1968._-69


SOURCE: Principals' Annual Report on Attendance, 1968-69

Average daily attendance (ADA) is the average number of pupils actually
present each day school is in session. This column does not include
laboratory schools which are shown below:

P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (Alachua) 1968-69 ADA: 805
Florida State University School (Leon) 1968-69 ADA: 799
Florida A&M High School (Leon) 1968-69 ADA: 419
A. D. Henderson University School (Palm Beach) 1968-69 ADA: 218

1.11 Percent of Attendance. Grades 1-12. 1968-69

SOURCE: Principals' Annual Report of Attendance, 1968-69

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.

1.12 Withdrawals as a Percent of Enrollment. Grades 1-12. 1968-69

SOURCE: Computed from Principals' Annual Report on Attendance, 1968-69

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 1968-69 total enrollment in a given
county who withdrew from the public schools of that county during the
1968-69 school year.

1.13 First-Time Entries as a Percent of Total Enrollment, Grades 1-12. 1968-69

SOURCE: Computed from Principals' Annual Report on Attendance, 1968-69

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 1968-69
total enrollment in a given county whose original entry in school in
1968-69 was in that county.

1.14 Transfers from Out-of-State as a Percent of the Total Enrollment, Grades 1-12.
1968-69

SOURCE: Computed from Principals' Annual Report on Attendance, 1968-69

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
1968-69 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 1968-69 school year.
-8- I Pupil Data










1.10 1.11 1.12 1.13 1.14

Average Percent of Withdrawals as First Time Transfers From
Daily Attendance a Percent of Entries as Out-of-State
Counties Attendance Grades 1-12 Enrollment a Percent of as a Percent
1-12 1968-69 Grades 1-12 Total Enrollment of Total
1968-69 1968-69 Grades 1-12 Enrollment
1968-69 Grades 1-12
1968-69

Number 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
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holsme
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


19,075
2,186
15,955
3,350
58.353
96,592
1,811
2,946
2,751
7.306
6,665
6,133
209,670
2,496
1.344
111,661
43,716
1,070
1,537
10.285
780
750
2,660
2,091
3.017
2,742
3,152
5,693
92,410
2.391
7,530
7,640
2,536
628
13.081
16,992
17,821
2,876
784
3.447
14,657
14,767
4,757
8,928
5.299
22,523
2,484
72,436
4,504
57.564
8,950
71,105
49,778
8,561
6,126
10,362
8,111
16,470
16,491
3.199
3,887
3,498
1,127
28,724
1.375
3,728
2 57A


Wasnlnutonl 9.t q7

TOTAL 1,245,910 93.70% 16.67%


92.71% 5.01%


I Pupil Data


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


94.30% (22)
94.99 ( 9)
94.96 (10)
93.46 (48)
94.65 (15)
92.88 (62)
93.46 (48)
93.82 (41)
94.16 (28)
94.03 (35)
93.18 (54)
95.18 ( 2)
93.37 (51)
92.57 (65)
93.71 (42)
93.13 (57)
94.13 (31)
95.81 ( 1)
94.73 (13)
95.02 ( 8)
93.87 (38)
91.91 (67)
95.18 ( 2)
93.55 (46)
92.86 (64)
93.05 (59)
94.88 (11)
94.64 (16)
92.92 (61)
94.21 (26)
93.83 (40)
94.05 (34)
94.28 (23)
92.26 (66)
94.73 (13)
93.91 (37)
93.97 (36)
93.15 (56)
94.24 (24)
94.37 (18)
95.19 ( 7)
94.35 (19)
93.42 (50)
94.16 (28)
95.40 ( 4)
95.23 (6)
93.09 (58)
93.64 (44)
94.16 (28)
93.16 (55)
92.87 (63)
94.07 (33)
94.60 (17)
93.68 (43)
93.86 (39)
93.61 (45)
94.22 (25)
93.19 (53)
92.94 (60)
94.88 (ll)
94.19 (27)
94.11 (32)
93.47 (47)
94.33 (21)'
93.28 (52)
95.25 ( 5)
94.34 (20)


(60)
(39)
1 1N


13.34% (42)
10.19 (58)
17.76 (13)
14.11 (38)
16.41 (23)
16.34 (24)
9.88 (61)
15.25 (33)
35.89 ( I)
16.84 (17)
32.89 ( 2)
12.60 (47)
16.75 (20)
15.27 (32)
15.80 (29)
16.98 (16)
16.77 (19)
12.57 (48)
17.76 (13)
8.36 (65)
13.61 (40)
17.25 (15)
14.01 (39)
10.17 (59)
23.96 (5)
20.28 ( 8)
11.59 (53)
15.18 (34)
20.42 ( 7)
12.82 (45)
11.92 (50)
8.75 (64)
8.89 (63)
7.51 (66)
16.59 (21)
16.84 (17)
11.75 (52)
12.69 (46)
11.53 (55)
5.86 (67)
13.58 (41)
14.54 (37)
18.04 (12)
24.02 ( 4)
10.78 (57)
23.85 (6)
27.35 (3)
18.47 (11)
20.17 ( 9)
15.78 (30)
18.79 (10)
16.10 (28)
16.13 (26)
12.55 (49)
16.21 (25)
13.24 (43)
12.97 (44)
16.12 (27)
14.86 (36)
16.55 (22)
11.22 (56)
10.12 (60)
11.77 (51)
14.96 (35)
15.73 (31)
11.55 (54)
9.44 (62)


YJ.ULA zJ)
95.49 ( 5)
91.92 (34)
90.72 (45)
93.29 (19)
92.89 (26)
94.30 (13)
86.62 (59)
88.22 (56)
88.68 (55)
78.10 (67)
91.49 (37)
95.44 ( 6)
89.52 (50)
91.40 (39)
94.66 ( 8)
94.59 (11)
93.71 (16)
91.17 (43)
97.04 ( 2)
89.66 (48)
81.61 (65)
92.86 (27)
94.58 (12)
82.06 (64)
85.91 (62)
89.16 (52)
86.61 (60)
92.66 (28)
91.82 (35)
92.10 (33)
95.85 ( 4)
96.21 (3)
94.67 (7)
89.66 (48)
89.04 (53)
94.62 ( 9)
91.40 (39)
94.01 (15)
97.19 ( 1)
91.28 (42)
92.51 (31)
86.24 (61)
87.70 (58)
92.97 (25)
89.27 (51)
81.54 (66)
91.30 (41)
88.06 (57)
91.45 (38)
85.86 (63)
93.38 (18)
90.62 (47)
93.41 (17)
92.13 (32)
94.30 (13)
92.62 (30)
91.57 (36)
88.84 (54)
90.77 (46)
93.02 (23)
94.61 (10)
93.27 (21)
93.28 (20)
91.07 (44)
93.24 (22)
92.66 (28)


.73 (66)
5.62 (25)
2.66 (52)
5.11 (29)
5.24 (27)
1.97 (59)
8.98 ( 5)
6.36 (16)
6.24 (17)
16.94 ( 1)
3.59 (43)
3.79 (39)
5.39 (26)
3.17 (49)
3.74 (40)
4.15 (36)
4.08 (38)
3.18 (47)
1.28 (64)
2.32 (56)
5.89 (22)
4.09 (37)
2.33 (54)
13-73 ( 2)
7.52 (10)
5.75 (24)
7.90 ( 8)
4.85 (32)
3.18 (47)
5.18 (28)
1.87 (60)
1.33 (63)
1.78 (61)
6.24 (17)
7.77 ( 9)
2.60 (53)
2.99 (50)
1.77 (62)
.84 (65)
5.80 (23)
4.30 (35)
7.10 (11)
9.02 ( 3)
3.60 (42)
8.99 (4)
8.29 (7)
6.08 (21)
6.23 (19)
6.50 (13)
8.50 ( 6)
5.04 (30)
6.87 (12)
3.41 (45)
5.03 (31)
6.38 (15)
4.51 (33)
6.09 (20)
6.40 (14)
3.66 (41)
2.24 (57)
2.33 (54)
.69 (67)
4.37 (34)
3.58 (44)
3.37 (46)
9 01 (51\


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1.15 Transfers from Other Coutties as a Percent of Total Enrollment. Grades 1-12
1968-69

SOURCE: Computed from Principals' Annual Report on Attendance, 1968-69

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
1968-69 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 1968-69 school year.

1.16 Number of High School Graduates, 1969

SOURCE: "Florida High School Graduates, 1969, Research Report
Bureau of Research, Department of Education

This table gives the number of pupils who graduated in the spring and
summer of 1969, as reported by high school principals on accreditation
reports submitted January 1, 1970. The number of graduates reported
here will differ from those reported in the Principals' Annual Report
due to the exclusion of vocational school graduates and other differences.

1.17 Percent of 1969 Graduates Who Entered College in 1969-70

SOURCE: "Florida High School Graduates, 1969, Research Report
Bureau of Research, Department of Education

This table gives the percent of graduates in the spring and summer of
1969 who entered college the following school year, 1969-70, as reported
by high school principals.

1.18 Percent of 1969 Graduates Who Entered Trade and Vocational Training. 1969-70

SOURCE: "Florida High School Graduates, 1969, Research Report
Bureau of Research, Department of Education

This table gives the percent of graduates in the spring and summer of
1969 who entered technical, trade and other schools the following year,
1969-70.

1.19 Percent of 1969 Graduates Who Did Not Continue Formal Education in 1969-70

SOURCE: "Florida High School Graduates, 1969, Research Report
Bureau of Research, Department of Education

This table gives the percent of graduates in the spring and summer of
1969 who did not enroll in any type of educational institution at the
beginning of the following school year, 1969-70.


I Pupil Data


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1.15 1.16 1.17 1.18 1.19

Transfers From Number of Percent of Percent of Percent of
Other Counties High School 1969 Graduates 1969 Graduates 1969 Graduates
Counties as a Percent of Graduates Who Entered Who Entered Who Did Not
Total Enrollment 1969 College in Trade and Continue Formal
Grades 1-12 1969-70 Vocational Education in
1968-69 Training 1969-70
1969-70

Percent Rank Number Rank Percent Rank Percent Rank Percent Rank


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Cla"y
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
Mad4gon
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


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TOTAL 2.28% 69,146 46.67% 7.17% 45.71%


4.95% (22)
3.78 (31)
2.45 (53)
6.63 (5)
1.61 (63)
1.87 (60)
3.74 (32)
4.39 (27)
5.43 (14)
5.08 (19)
4,96 (21)
4.92 (23)
.77 (67)
5.09 (17)
5.43 (14)
1.59 (64)
1.26 (66)
2.20 (57)
5.65 ( 9)
1.68 (62)
8.02 (3)
12.50 (1)
3.04 (42)
3.08 (40)
4.21 (28)
6.57 ( 6)
5.09 (17)
5.49 (13)
2.49 (51)
5.00 (20)
2.73 (48)
2.28 (56)
2.46 (52)
3.55 (33)
4.10 (30)
3.19 (37)
2.78 (47)
5.61 (11)
4.21 (28)
1.97 (59)
2.92 (44)
3.19 (37)
6.66 ( 4)
3.27 (36)
3.43 (34)
1.75 (61)
10.17 ( 2)
2.62 (49)
5.70 ( 8)
2.05 (58)
5.64 (10)
1.58 (65)
2.51 (50)
3.19 (37)
2.84 (46)
3.02 (43)
2.88 (45)
2.34 (55)
4.76 (24)
5.57 (12)
4.74 (25)
3.06 (41)
6.04 (7)
2.35 (54)
5.34 (16)
3.39 (35)
4. 3 (26)


1,166 (12)
122 (51)
825 (19)
223 (37)
3,218 ( 7)
5,095 ( 3)
101 (55)
170 (42)
144 (48)
340 (29)
302 (32)
324 (31)
12,451 ( 1)
106 (55)
74 (58)
6,344 ( 2)
2,450 (10)
47 (63)
66 (60)
549 (21)
43 (65)
32 (67)
149 (47)
118 (54)
142 (50)
119 (53)
164 (43)
300 (33)
4,927 ( 4)
161 (45)
388 (26)
433 (25)
152 (46)
46 (64)
699 (20)
893 (17)
964 (15)
164 (43)
34 (66)
212 (38)
890 (18)
910 (16)
283 (34)
361 (28)
281 (35)
989 (14)
94 (57)
4,092 ( 6)
198 (39)
2.977 ( 8)
457 (24)
4,557 ( 5)
2,664 ( 9)
459 (23)
334 (30)
501 (22)
367 (27)
1,090 (13)
721 (52)
178 (40)
281 (35)
172 (41)
70 (59)
1,712 (11)
54 (61)
54 (61)
143 (49)


48.80% (27)
36.07 (57)
58.18 ( 9)
36.32 (56)
58.58 ( 8)
60.08 ( 7)
43.56 (46)
48.82 (26)
47.92 (29)
50.59 (24)
35.43 (58)
54.32 (15)
62.44 ( 6)
16.98 (67)
27.03 (64)
47.07 (33)
57.59 (13)
44.68 (44)
45.45 (41)
43.53 (48)
34.88 (60)
28.13 (63)
48.99 (25)
30.51 (62)
54.23 (16)
45.38 (42)
36.59 (55)
48.33 (28)
46.15 (37)
35.40 (59)
53.35 (19)
53.81 (17)
40.13 (52)
41.30 (51)
52.50 (23)
52.74 (22)
69.40 ( 1)
42.07 (49)
20.59 (66)
45.28 (43)
41.57 (39)
56.92 (14)
57.60 (12)
45.71 (38)
46.62 (34)
66.03 ( 2)
30.85 (61)
62.93 ( 5)
46.46 (35)
63.96 ( 3)
43.54 (47)
63.29 ( 4)
53.12 (21)
46.41 (36)
47.90 (30)
53.29 (20)
47.41 (31)
47.16 (32)
57.84 (11)
45.51 (40)
37.37 (54)
53.49 (18)
44.29 (45)
57.94 (10)
38.89 (53)
25.93 (65)
41.96 (50)


2.14% (62)
5.74 (35)
3.03 (57)
4.93 (40)
4.88 (42)
3.36 (54)
3.96 (49)
40.00 ( 1)
2.78 (59)
7.35 (25)
4.97 (39)
16.67 ( 3)
4.78 (44)
11.32 (10)
.00 (66)
3.18 (56)
3.55 (51)
.00 (66)
7.58 (23)
14.75 ( 6)
2.33 (61)
9.38 (15)
3.36 (54)
3.39 (53)
6.34 (33)
.84 (65)
4.88 (42)
10.67 (12)
6.70 (31)
11.80 ( 9)
4.64 (45)
7.16 (27)
8.55 (17)
15.22 ( 5)
9.87 (14)
5.26 (37)
5.60 (36)
4.27 (47)
5.88 (34)
10.38 (13)
4.16 (48)
4.40 (46)
7.07 (28)
5.26 (37)
7.47 (24)
6.47 (32)
17.02 ( 2)
6.84 (30)
15.15 ( 5)
4.90 (40)
14.66 ( 8)
7.64 (22)
7.32 (26)
8.28 (19)
2.40 (60)
11.18 (11)
14.71 ( 7)
8.26 (20)
7.91 (21)
8.43 (18)
3.91 (50)
2.91 (58)
1.43 (64)
7.01 (29)
1.85 (63)
9.26 (16)
3.50 (52)


49.06% (27)
58.20 (13)
38.79 (49)
58.74 (10)
36.54 (55)
36.57 (54)
52.48 (21)
11.18 (67)
49.31 (26)
42.06 (39)
59.60 ( 8)
29.01 (64)
32.78 (60)
71.70 (3)
72.97 (2)
49.75 (24)
38.86 (48)
55.32 (14)
46.97 (31)
41.71 (43)
62.79 ( 6)
62.50 ( 7)
47.65 (29)
66.10 ( 4)
39.44 (46)
53.78 (18)
58.54 (12)
41.00 (11)
47.15 (30)
52.80 (20)
42.01 (40)
39.03 (47)
51.32 (23)
43.48 (38)
37.63 (53)
41.99 (41)
25.00 (66)
53.66 (19)
73.53 ( 1)
44.34 (36)
54.27 (17)
38.68 (50)
35.34 (57)
49.03 (28)
45.91 (33)
27.50 (65)
52.13 (22)
30.23 (62)
38.38 (51)
31.14 (61)
41.79 (42)
29.08 (63)
39.56 (45)
45.32 (34)
49.70 (25)
35.53 (56)
37.87 (52)
44.59 (35)
34.26 (59)
46.07 (32)
58.72 (11)
43.60 (37)
54.29 (16)
35.05 (58)
59.26 ( 9)
64.81 ( 5)
54.55 (15)


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II INSTRUCTION UNITS/INSTRUCTIONAL PERSONNEL


2.1 Total Instruction Units Earned, K-12 (March Program), 1969-70

SOURCE: Department of Education records

This table gives the total number of instruction units included in the
Final 1969-70 Minimum Foundation Program, K-12 (March, 1970). 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.

2.2 Percent Change in Instruction Units Earned, 1959-60 to 1969-70

SOURCE: Department of Education records

This table shows the increase in earned instruction units over the ten
year period from 1959-60 to 1969-70.

2.3 Total Full-Time Instructional Positions, K-12 (March Program), 1969-70

SOURCE: 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 instruc-
tional staff which includes supervisors, principals, teachers, librarians,
and others engaged in an instructional capacity.

2.4 Instructional Positions as a Percent of Instruction Units Earned (March
Program) 1969-70

SOURCE: Department of Education records

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

2.5 Total Number of Full-Time Teachers, K-12, 1968-69

SOURCE: Principals' Annual Report on Attendance, 1968-69.

This table gives the total number of full-time teachers (K-12) in 1968-69
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.


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2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5

Total Percent Change Total Instructional Total Number
Instruction in Instruction Full-Time Positions Full-Time
Units Earned Units Instructional as a Percent Class-Room
K-12 1958-59 Positions K-12 of Instruction Teachers*
Counties (March Program) to (March Program) Units Earned K-12
1969-70 1968-69 1969-70 (March Program) 1968-69
1969-70


Number Rank Percent Rank Number Rank Percent Rank Number Rank
Alachua 973.91 (13) 43.6% (32) 1,059 (15) 108.74% (49) 903 (13)
Baker 112.69 (57) 37.9 (37) 123 (57) 109.15 (47) 95 (57)
Bay 813.02 (18) 31.8 (46) 900 (17) 110.70 (43) 729 (17)
Bradford 207.01 (39) 35.9 (39) 208 (42) 100.48 (65) 172 (42)
Brevard 2.768.65 (8) 301.7 ( 1) 2,938 ( 8) 106.12 (55) 2,556 ( 8)
Browadd 4,720.24 (3) 157.0 (3) 5,653 (3) 119.76 (13) 4,294 (3)
Calhoun 110.50 (58) 3.2 (59) 111 (58) 100.45 (66) 92 (58)
Charlotte 162.62 (43) 210.9 ( 2) 204 (39) 125.45 ( 4) 148 (47)
Citrus 160.81 (45) 87.3 (12) 204 (39) 126.86 ( 3) 154 (46)
Clay 348.99 (31) 100.0 (10) 415 (31) 118.91 (16) 327 (31)
Collier 351.25 (30) 144.6 ( 5) 417 (29) 118.72 (17) 345 (30)
Columbia 300.81 (33) 25.6 (50) 317 (34) 105.38 (56) 283 (33)
bade 10,403.47 ( 1) 66.9 (17) 12,105 ( 1) 116.36 (23) 9,701 ( 1)
De Soto 124.77 (54) 42.2 (33) 153 (52) 122.63 ( 8) 123 (51)
Dixie 72.31 (61) 34.3 (43) 85 (60) 117.55 (18) 69 (61)


5,200.07 ( 2)
2,085.50 (10)
55.06 (63)
76.29 (60)
494.98 (22)
47.29 (66)
47.42 (65)
138.69 (50)
117.47 (55)
145.31 (49)
133.67 (51)
157.64 (47)
285.65 (34)
4,545.23 ( 4)
132.02 (52)
354.63 (29)
410.30 (28)
131.71 (53)
33.91 (67)
687.07 (21)
810.35 (19)
960.39 (14)
157.48 (48)
50.03 (64)
167.52 (42)
816.38 (17)
737.52 (20)
245.96 (36)
441.51 (25)
268,52 (35)
1,118.53 (12)
116.40 (56)
3,585.45 ( 6)
225.58 (37)
2,830.05 (7)
437.34 (26)
3,635.01 ( 5)
2,487.81 ( 9)
443.06 (24)
311.36 (32)
483.37 (23)
420.76 (27)
861.18 (15)
818.16 (16)
159.16 (46)
210.20 (38)
182.09 (41)
61.78 (62)
1,408.02 (11)
74.53 (59)


Walton 187.87 (40) g0V
Washinatnn 16L 35 (4I)


44.4 (L1)
34.6 (41)
19.3 (52)
27.4 (47)
34.3 (43)
7.8 (58)
58.5 (22)
10.5 (56)
-9.7 (67)
26.4 (48)
54.4 (24)
63.5 (21)
45.4 (29)
55,7 (23)
-7.9 (66)
82.4 (15)
1.6 (61)
13.0 (54)
2.5 (60)
40.6 (34)
116.9 (7)
45.2 (30)
24.4 (51)
-2.2 (65)
0.7 (62)
63.6 (19)
38.1 (36)
109.8 ( 8)
36.6 (38)
39.7 (35)
146.8 ( 4)
100.6 ( 9)
96.5 (11)
66.7 (18)
86.4 (13)
50.0 (26)
83.8 (14)
49.4 (27)
34.5 (42)
31.9 (45)
63.6 (19)
48.2 (28)
67.8 (16)
119.2 ( 6)
10.3 (57)
19.2 (53)
26.1 (49)
35.0 (40)
50.2 (25)
0.0 (64)
#I 0.5 (63)
12.2 (55)


2,340
64
86
532
58
55
154
125
168
154
185
335
4,678
137
423
416
140
42
803
1,011
1,101
190
52
184
889
830
315
515
286
1,276
139
3,834
275
3,612
498
4,217
2,481
465
361
541
472
1,058
894
193
217
204
69
1,713
84
195
166


(10)
(63)
(59)
(23)
(64)
(65)
(50)
(56)
(48)
(50)
(46)
(33)
( 4)
(55)
(28)
(30)
(53)
(67)
(21)
(16)
(14)
(45)
(66)
(47)
(19)
(20)
(35)
(24)
(36)
(12)
(54)
( 6)
(37)


(5)
(9)
(27)
(32)
(22)
(26)
(13)
(18)
(44)
(38)
(39)
(62)
(11)
(61)
(43)
(49)


112.20 (37)
116.24 (24)
112.73 (33)
107.48 (50)
112.65 (35)
115.98 (26)
111.04 (42)
106.41 (53)
115.61 (28)
115.21 (29)
117.36 (19)
117.28 (20)
102.92 (62)
103.77 (60)
119.28--15)
101.39 (64)
106.29 (54)
123.86 ( 6)
116.87 (21)
124.76 (5)
114.64 (30)
120.65 (12)
103.94 (58)
109.84 (45)
108.90 (48)
112.54 (36)
128.07 ( 1)
116.65 (22)
106.51 (52)
114.08 (31)
119.42 (14)
106.93 (51)
121.91 (9)
127.63 (2)
113.87 (32)
116.01 (25)
99.73 (67)
104.95 (57)
115.94 (27)
111.92 (40)
112.18 (38)
122.85 ( 7)
109.27 (46)
121.26 (11)
103.24 (61)
112.03 (39)
111.69 (41)
121.66 (10)
112.71 (34)
103.80 (59)
102.88 (63)


1,876 (10)
63 (62)
76 (60)
476 (22)
53 (64)
50 (65)
127 (50)
113 (55)
138 (48)
135 (49)
157 (44)
289 (32)
3,977 ( 4)
121 (54)
351 (29)
393 (27)
122 (53)
35 (67)
657 (20)
781 (16)
868 (14)
157 (44)
40 (66)
182 (39)
677 (18)
643 (21)
222 (36)
438 (24)
253 (35)
1,067 (12)
104 (56)
3,212 ( 6)
220 (37)
2,815 ( 7)
414 (25)
3,257 (5)
2,233 ( 9)
404 (26)
268 (34)
457 (23)
386 (28)
856 (15)
676 (19)
159 (43)
197 (38)
174 (46)
61 (63)
1,376 (11)
78 (59)
181 (40)
123 (51)


TOTAL 61,785.68 66.1% 69,847 113.05% 56,950


*Excludes principals, librarians, guidance, psychological, a
personnel, and teachers not assigned to individual schools.


nd other administrative and supportive staff, county level


II Instruction Units/Instructional personnel


Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee
Leon
Ldvy
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
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2.6 Average Pupils Per Teacher, Based on Average Daily Membership, Grades 1-6,
7-12, and 1-12

SOURCE: Research Brief 38, "Pupil-Teacher Ratios, 1968-69," Bureau of
Research, Department of Education

Original data derived from county summaries prepared from Principals'
Annual Report on Attendance for the 1968-69 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.

2.7 Average Annual Salary Paid Instructional Staff, 1968-69

SOURCE: Computed from data in County Superintendents' Annual Financial
Report, 1968-69 and County Superintendents' Annual Report on
Personnel, Attendance and Miscellaneous Summaries, 1968-69

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.

2.8 Increase in Average Annual Salary Paid Instructional Staff from 1958-59 to
1968-69

SOURCE: Computed from data in Biennial Report of State Superintendent
of Public Instruction, 1958-59 and (2.7) above.

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



















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2.6 2.7 2.8

Average Pupils Per Teacher Average Annual Increase in
Based on Average Daily Membership Salary Paid Average Salary
Counties 1968-69 Instructional Paid to
Staff Instructional Staff
1968-69 1958-59 to 1968-69

1-6 7-12 1-12

Number Rank Number Rank Number 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


II Instruction Units/Instructional Personnel


TOTAL 25.20 22.28 23.70 $8,511.37 $3,563.96


25.20
24.67
24.39
23.28
24.62
25.42
27.45
22.57
21.39
24.96
22.37
24.74
24.38
24.55
22.49
28.05
26.20
20.61
25.66
25,08
19.13
21.48
24.05
21.66
25.49
22.52
21.91
22.86
24.93
23.76
23.99
22.42
24.10
19.33
23.27
24.14
25.46
23.40
25.67
22.37
26.09
25.57
26.20
23.54
25.17
23.63
27.41
24.99
22.14
24.74
24.86
26.70
24.20
24.44
26.49
26.31
24.13
22.66
28.01
23.69
22.09
24.30
23.41
24.56
19.09
23.56
24 77


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


21.58 (27)
26.05 ( 1)
22.87 (13)
21.19 (30)
23.78 ( 5)
22.92 (11)
18.65 (61)
21.68 (25)
18.89 (56)
22.64 (16)
18.79 (57)
20.76 (35)
22.90 (12)
19.07 (55)
22.34 (19)
22.84 (14)
23.17 ( 9)
16.45 (65)
17.51 (64)
20.19 (34)
14.27 (66)
13.42 (67)
19.95 (45)
17.91 (63)
21.08 (32)
20.91 (34)
20.25 (42)
18.66 (59)
25.11 ( 2)
19.54 (51)
21.59 (26)
20.40 (39)
21.70 (24)
20.75 (36)
20.07 (44)
22.19 (22)
19.60 (50)
18.64 (62)
19.42 (52)
18.66 (59)
22.56 (17)
23.11 (10)
20.29 (41)
20.31 (40)
19.76 (48)
24.03 ( 4)
23.38 ( 6)
23.25 ( 8)
21.28 (28)
19.72 (49)
22.21 (21)
21.09 (31)
22.81 (15)
22.44 (18)
23.33 ( 7)
21.81 (23)
20.62 (37)
19.12 (53)
24.68 ( 3)
18.79 (57)
19.87 (46)
20.57 (38)
19.10 (54)
21.22 (29)
21.03 (33)
19.78 (47)
22.23 (20)


---


23.49 (24)
25.29 ( 4)
23.66 (18)
22.25 (38)
24.23 (10)
24.22 (11)
22.53 (32)
22.11 (41)
20.13 (60)
23.91 (14)
20.74 (58)
22.76 (29)
23.68 (16)
21.92 (43)
22.42 (36)
25.46 ( 3)
24.73 ( 7)
18.60 (64)
21.64 (47)
22.74 (30)
16.60 (67)
17.36 (65)
22.02 (42)
19.77 (63)
23.54 (21)
21.83 (44)
21.16 (52)
20.81 (56)
25.01 ( 5)
21.51 (49)
22.85 (28)
21.44 (50)
22.99 (26)
20.00 (61)
21.71 (46)
23.23 (25)
22.44 (35)
21.00 (54)
22.46 (34)
20.52 (59)
24.32 ( 9)
24.34 ( 8)
23.62 (19)
22.15 (40)
22.40 (37)
23.79 (15)
25.66 ( 2)
24.17 (13)
21.74 (45)
22.19 (39)
17.01 (66)
23.67 (17)
23.56 (20)
23.50 (23)
25.01 ( 5)
24.22 (11)
22.54 (31)
20.79 (57)
26.44 ( 1)
21.19 (51)
20.94 (55)
22.52 (33)
21.14 (53)
22.86 (27)
19.91 (62)
21.62 (48)
23.54 (21)


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$ 7,971.17 (25)
7,907.12 (32)
7,454.89 (52)
7,713.59 (42)
7.973.60 (24)
8,974.19 ( 4)
8,360.19 (12)
9,349.39 ( 2)
8,007.47 (23)
7.412.27 (55)
8,343.73 (13)
8,233.77 (16)
10,017.12 ( 1)
7,475.05 (51)
7.517.28 (50)
7,910.81 (30)
7,558.31 (49)
7,909.84 (31)
7,287.29 (58)
7.659.19 (47)
7,183.00 (62)
6,538.85 (67)
7,675.73 (44)
7,195.19 (61)
7.853.30 (37)
7,199.69 (60)
7,878.62 (35)
8,281.00 (14)
7,889.26 (34)
7.816.57 (39)
8,463.71 (11)
7,940.84 (28)
7,395.59 (56)
7,839.59 (38)
8.087.92 (21)
7,720.77 (41)
7,454.20 (53)
7,678.91 (43)
8,645.48 ( 8)
6.945.82 (66)
7,653.64 (48)
7,935.75 (29)
8,022.54 (22)
7,949.94 (26)
7.286.78 (59)
7,139.90 (64)
7,292.80 (57)
8,631.22 (10)
7,891.82 (33)
8,644.66 ( 9)
7,427.65 (54)
9,134.71 ( 3)
8,808.55 ( 6)
8,195.94 (18)
8.155.96 (19)
8,095.95 (20)
7,756.46 (40)
8,854.47 ( 5)
8,232.58 (17)
7.942.91 (27)
6,980.04 (65)
8,262.89 (15)
7,659.41 (46)
8,659.63 ( 7)
7.178.17 (63)
7,859.06 (36)
7.671.21 (45)


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--


....


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" nln'rnn


$3,227.67 (34)
2,996.61 (42)
2,695.40 (59)
2,935.97 (46)
3.326.99 (28)
3,704.29 (11)
3,824.76 ( 7)
4,701.13 ( 1)
3,561.97 (16)
3.144.53 (35)
3,587.42 (13)
3,473.98 (20)
4,578.18 ( 2)
2,889.39 (52)
2.893.72 (51)
3,015.03 (41)
2,815.58 (54)
3,409.62 (23)
2,793.46 (55)
3.380.01 (25)
2,698.99 (58)
2,026.35 (67)
2,971.88 (44)
2,692.69 (60)
3.311.48 (30)
2,590.60 (62)
3,410.79 (21)
3,733.40 (10)
2,968.41 (45)
3.101.10 (37)
4,025.22 ( 3)
3,259.32 (32)
2,745.88 (56)
3,328.47 (27)
3.233.79 (33)
2,730.34 (57)
2,627.26 (61)
2,926.19 (47)
3,613.41 (12)
2.447.23 (65)
3,132.12 (36)
3,067.02 (39)
3,370.32 (26)
2,906.19 (49)
2.897.79 (50)
2,994.53 (43)
2,434.40 (66)
3,936.39 ( 5)
3,398.39 (24)
3.571.63 (14)
2,829.94 (53)
3,965.75 ( 4)
3,809.89 ( 8)
3,523.02 (19)
3.409.81 (22)
3,550.97 (18)
3,286.35 (31)
3,741.95 ( 9)
3,556.78 (17)
3.322.19 (29)
2,478.95 (64)
3,896.16 ( 6)
3,090.12 (38)
3,562.42 (15)
2.509.21 (63)
3,042.87 (40)
2.921.02 (48)


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2.9 Number of Teachers Resigning, 1968-69

SOURCE: Department of Education records

This shows the total number of teachers resigning their positions during
and at the end of the 1968-69 school year.

2.10 Percent of Regular Full-Time Teachers Who Were Men, 1968-69

SOURCE: Computed from Principals' Annual Report on Attendance, 1968-69

This table gives the percentage of full-time teachers assigned to indi-
vidual schools who were men in 1968-69. 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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II Instruction Units/
Instructional Personnel









2.9 2.10

Number of Teachers Percent of Regular Fulltime Classroom Teachers
Resigning Who were Men 1968-69
Counties 1968-69

A B C D
During End of Grades 1-6 Grades 7-9 Grades 10-12 Grades K-12
School School
Year Year Percent Rank Percent Rank Percent Rank Percent Rank
Alachua 110 161 4.86% (64) 33.81% (63) 38.38% (64) 18.72% (66)
Baker 2 14 17.65 ( 7) 61.90 ( 2) 57.89 (18) 34.74 (12)
Bay 41 80 11.41 (35) 41.54 (59) 46.94 (52) 26.34 (55)
Bradford 8 52 6.10 (59) 33.33 (64) 51.35 (43) 22.09 (61)
Brevard 165 393 12.04 (29) 43.48 (52) 51.61 (39) 28.09 (45)
Broward 199 378 12.68 (24) 50.13 (31) 52.01 (37) 31.00 (31)
Calhoun 1 23 10.53 (41) 40.91 (60) 42.31 (58) 26.09 (56)
Charlotte 1 19 13.04 (18) 56.41 (12) 64.71 ( 7) 35.81 ( 6)
Citrus 1 28 13.89 (15) 57.14 (10) 62.22 ( 9) 35.06 (11)
Cly 34 98 14.53 (13) 57.32 ( 9) 51.56 (41) 32.42 (20)
Collier 4 100 18.97 ( 2) 59.21 ( 6) 66.22 ( 4) 37.97 ( 3)
Columbia 21 46 13.38 (16) 41.56 (58) 51.56 (41) 29.68 (37)
Dade 541 947 18.62 ( 3) 48.03 (37) 53.27 (34) 32.98 (17)
De Soto 8 19 12.50 (27) 45.71 (48) 66.67 ( 3) 32.52 (18)
Dixie 1 17 11.43 (34) 52.94 (23) 58.33 (15) 28.99 (42)
An no 121. A3 20 fA88 6) 24 57 (58)


ko 10
3 28
2 16
4 21
6 13
13 11
8 26
3 14
7 51
295 336
7 14
10 52
6 28
7 22
1 5
55 97
25 67
37 168
6 31
13
2 21
34 52
43 104
7 39
45 123
19 52
48 123
5 18
151 458
8 32
129 182
9 71
110 248
51 167
19 55
4 20
6 45
29 49
46 116
18 51
5 35
14 5
9 16
5 14
38 133
9 22
^^


5.28 (61)
3.23 (67)
5.26 (62)
5.24 (63)
12.50 (27)
8.70 (52)
17.19 ( 8)
8.93 (51)
11.69 (33)
18.18 ( 6)
12.79 (22)
12.84 (20)
11.31 (37)
10.91 (39)
18.38 ( 4)
9.74 (46)
4.76 (65)
16.67 (10)
10,15 (44)
12.68 (24)
3.66 (66)
12.33 (28)
16.67 (10)
5.62 (60)
10.44 (43)
8.36 (53)
11.82 (32)
13.11 (17)
22.31 ( 1
9.20 (48)
15.25 (11)
7.24 (56)
11.86 (31)
11.39 (36)
18.35 ( 5)
10.44 (43)
11.92 (30)
12.62 (25)
12.95 (19)
11.02 (38)
9.09 (49)
14.46 (14)
9.04 (50)
12.82 (21)
6.32 (58)
6.98 (57)
14.81 (12)
10.84 (40)
9.30 (47)
7.95 (54)
iA nfn f(\


33.33 (64)
46.67 (45)
58.82 ( 7)
37.80 (62)
61.54 ( 3)
53.33 (20)
52.17 (24)
53.33 (20)
43.75 (51)
50.00 (33)
54.76 (16)
57.53 ( 8)
46.68 (45)
48.00 (38)
52.17 (24)
50.54 (30)
38.46 (61)
50.00 (33)
49.69 (35)
46.08 (47)
26.79 (67)
41.67 (57)
60.00 ( 5)
54.35 (17)
56.25 (13)
42.11 (55)
45.16 (50)
48.57 (36)
51.47 (28)
47.64 (41)
65.22 ( 1)
45.55 (49)
47.37 (42)
50.07 (32)
57.14 (10)
47.67 (40)
47.71 (39)
52.17 (24)
52.17 (24)
42.11 (55)
41.67 (57)
47.23 (43)
47.22 (44)
60.42 ( 4)
54.17 (18)
55.32 (15)
53.33 (20)
50.67 (29)
30.77 (66)
55.56 (14)
&6.15 I(A6


41.29 (60)
28.57 (67)
60.00 (11)
44.55 (55)
46.15 (54)
55.56 (24)
55.00 (27)
55.56 (24)
51.72 (38)
60.00 (11)
65.52 (6)
64.71 (7)
49.36 (48)
52.63 (35)
58.11 (17)
41.76 (59)
39.29 (63)
40.00 (62)
57.24 (20)
54.78 (28)
35.55 (65)
65.79 ( 5)
44.44 (56)
53.49 (31)
56.74 (22)
48.81 (50)
70.21 ( 2)
56.96 (21)
59.32 (13)
51.09 (45)
72.73 ( 1)
50.82 (46)
51.11 (44)
53.32 (33)
57.61 (19)
55.38 (26)
52.08 (36)
47.25 (51)
56.60 (23)
48.98 (49)
58.46 (14)
61.68 (10)
50.36 (47)
51.52 (40)
53.70 (30)
34.38 (66)
46.47 (53)
54.30 (29)
44.44 (56)
58.33 (15)
53.33 (32)


20.63 (62)
19.05 (65)
31.58 (24)
22.27 (60)
32.08 (21)
30.00 (35)
35.43 ( 8)
31.86 (23)
27.54 (48)
34.07 (13)
33.76 (14)
36.33 ( 4)
27.91 (46)
31.40 (26)
35.61 ( 7)
26.46 (52)
19.67 (64)
28.57 (44)
30.29 (34)
29.83 (36)
17.28 (67)
31.21 (29)
32.50 (19)
29.12 (40)
31.31 (28)
26.91 (50)
33.33 (15)
29.22 (39)
38.34 ( 2)
23.43 (59)
38.46 ( 1)
26.40 (54)
29.09 (41)
31.47 (25)
35.99 ( 5)
31.96 (22)
29.24 (38)
28.96 (43)
31.34 (27)
26.91 (50)
26.42 (53)
35.16 (10)
27.51 (49)
35.22 ( 9)
30.96 (32)
24.71 (57)
31.15 (30)
30.89 (33)
20.51 (63)
33.15 (16)
27.64 (47)


II Instruction Units/Instructional Personnel


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


WasLh}toLL I. ..

TOTAL 2,981 6,399 11.85%. 46.62% 51.06% 29.14%


7" ""' .






2.11 Percent of Instructional Personnel inRank II (Master's Degree) or Higher (March
Program), 1969-70

SOURCE: Department of Education records

This table gives the percentage of the instructional positions included
in the Final 1969-70 Minimum Foundation Program filled by personnel
holding Rank II or higher certificates.

2.12 Percent of Instructional Personnel Below Rank III (March Program), 1969-70

SOURCE: Department of Education records

This table gives the percentage of the instructional positions included
in the Final 1969-70 Minimum Foundation Program filled by personnel
holding certificates below Rank III (Bachelors Degree).

2.13 Percent of Instructional Personnel on Continuing Contract Status (March
Program), 1969-70

SOURCE: Department of Education records

This table gives the percentage of instructional positions included in
the Final 1969-70 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.

2.14 Percent of Major High School Classes Taught by Teachers In-Field, 1968-69

SOURCE: "Study of Classes, Taught by Teachers in-Field of Certification,
by County in Florida Public Schools Grades K-12, 1968-69,"
Research Report-2, Vol. 3, Division of Teacher Education,
Certification and Accreditation, 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.

2.15 Percent of Regular Elementary Classes Taught by Teachers In-Field, 1968-69

SOURCE: "Study of Classes, Taught by Teachers in-Field of Certification,
by County in Florida Public Schools Grades K-12, 1968-69,"
Research Report-2, Vol. 3, Division of Teacher Education,
Certification and Accreditation, 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.


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Instructional Personnel










2.12 2.13 2.14 2.15


Counties


Percent of
Instructional
Personnel
Below Rank III
1969-70


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
Summer
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla
Walton


Percent of
Instructional
Personnel on
Continuing Contract
Status
1969-70


Percent of
Major High School
Classes Taught
by Teachers
In-Field
1968-69


~


Percent of
Regular Elementary
Classes Taught
by Teachers
In-Field
1968-69


r


II Instruction Units/Instructional Personnel


Percent of
Instructional
Personnel in
Rank II or
Higher
1969-70


Percent Rank
37.94% ( 3)
22.77 (44)
22.11 (48)
31.25 ( 9)
25.42 (28)
32.79 ( 8)
27.93 (20)
34.31 ( 7)
29.90 (13)
19.52 (56)
38.86 ( 1)
24.61 (33)
30.19 (11)
11.76 (67)
11.77 (66)
27.21 (25)
19.31 (57)
17.19 (63)
23.26 (42)
29.14 (14)
20.69 (51)
29.10 (16)
18.83 (59)
18.40 (60)
14.87 (65)
24.03 (38)
22.16 (47)
27.77 (22)
20.10 (54)
23.36 (41)
27.90 (21)
24.76 (32)
28.57 (18)
23.81 (40)
22.54 (46)
27.60 (23)
36.77 ( 5)
22.11 (48)
36.54 ( 6)
28.80 (17)
28.46 (19)
24.58 (34)
30.47 (10)
26.98 (26)
19.58 (55)
15.67 (64)
24.46 (35)
26.54 (27)
25.09 (29)
37.24 ( 4)
20.48 (52)
29,92 (12)
22.65 (45)
23.01 (43)
24.37 (37)
24.40 (36)
18.21 (61)
38.56 ( 2)
23.82 (39)
24.87 (31)
18.89 (58)
22.07 (50)
27.54 (24)
29.13 (15)
25.01 (30)
17.44 (62)
20 48 (52)


TOTAL 27.54% .22%/ 56.39V_ 89.7% 90.5% ,


Percent Rank
%
2.44 (7)
-

-


.49 (28)
2.45 ( 6)
1.44 (13)
-
.95 (22)
-
3.92 ( 2)
-
-
-
-
-
.19 (37)
-

.65 (23)
1.60 (12)
7.5 ( 1)
1.30 (16)
.54 (26)


2.92 ( 3)
1.42 (14)
.24 (35)
-


Percent Rank
51.08% (43)
56.91 (21)
48.56 (48)
52.89 (39)
43.98 (54)
51.76 (42)
77.48 ( 1)
44.60 (52)
44.11 (53)
36.15 (63)
29.02 (66)
59.31 (13)
64.46 ( 4)
49.67 (45)
38.82 (60)
62.85 ( 6)
57.05 (20)
48.44 (49)
48.84 (46)
58.65 (14)
25.86 (67)
36.36 (62)
53.90 (33)
55.20 (29)
52.38 (40)
38.31 (61)
44.87 (51)
55.22 (28)
57.36 (18)
68.61 ( 2)
57.68 (16)
66.58 ( 3)
56.43 (24)
64.29 ( 5)
58.03 (15)
54.20 (30)
53.50 (37)
41.06 (56)
55.77 (26)
55.99 (25)
59.84 (11)
51.81 (41)
42.85 (55)
45.63 (50)
50.35 (44)
38.87 (59)
30.22 (64)
57.59 (17)
48.73 (47)
59.44 (12)
38.96 (58)
54.11 (32)
61.63 ( 7)
53.33 (38)
61.21 ( )
56.75 (22)
53.61 (36)
53.78 (35)
54.14 (31)
56.48 (23)
55.30 (27)
60.78 (10)
40.58 (57)
60.83 ( 9)
29.76 (65)
53.84 (34)
57.23 (19)


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percent Rank
88.8% (20)
80.7 (51)
80.7 (51)
76.4 (58)
90.5 (13)
91.9 ( 6)
81.7 (46)
92.1 ( 5)
83.7 (36)
81.3 (49)
91.3 ( 9)
87.1 (30)
91.1 (11)
81.5 (48)
58.7 (67)
92.8 ( 4)
90.2 (17)
83.2 (38)
82.0 (44)
88.7 (23)
78.9 (56)
65.7 (65)
85.1 (35)
64.6 (66)
87.2 (29)
80.5 (53)
81.3 (49)
86.9 (31)
89.5 (19)
82.3 (42)
90.1 (18)
81.7 (46)
88.4 (24)
85.5 (34)
88.3 (25)
91.7 ( 7)
85.9 (32)
82.9 (40)
87.7 (27)
71.9 (62)
88.8 (20)
82.4 (41)
81.8 (45)
91.7 ( 7)
72.8 (60)
83.1 (39)
78.7 (57)
93.8 ( 2)
91.2 (10)
90.5 (13)
87.3 (28)
95.9 ( 1)
90.4 (16)
91.1 (11)
83.6 (37)
88.8 (20)
80.1 (55)
93.8 ( 2)
85.6 (33)
70.5 (63)
72.7 (61)
88.3 (25)
82.2 (43)
90.5 (13)
70.0 (64)
80.2 (54)
75.6 (59<


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2.12 2.13


2.14 2.15


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Percent Rank
95.3% (11)
74.1 (64)
89.7 (28)
86.7 (41)
89.1 (30)
93.9 (14)
84.4 (47)
83.6 (50)
91.5 (22)
83.0 (51)
84.0 (48)
93.3 (17)
89.8 (27)
71.4 (66)
93.3 (1I)
88.9 (32)
96.5 (6)
96.9 (5)
87.1 (39)
93.8 (16)
74.1 (64)
42.8 (67)
95.0 (12)
83.9 (49)
80.6 (U)
89.5 (29)
81.8 (54)
83.0 (51)
90.2 (25)
84.6 (46)
92.2 (20)
90.2 (25)
98.4 (2)
100.0 ( 1)
84.9 (45)
87.9 (36)
98.2 ( 3)
78.5 (57)
95.8 (10)
96.5 ( 6)
92.1 (21)
88.2 (34)
75.7 (63)
79.8 (56)
75.9 (62)
85.9 (43)
86.8 (40)
92.3 (19)
86.1 (42)
93.9 (14)
76.9 (60)
97.1 ( 4)
88.9 (32)
87.1 (38)
88.2 (34)
90.9 (24)
85.5 (44)
96.4 ( 8)
89.1 (30)
78.3 (58)
94.4 (13)
87.5 (37)
96.0 ( 9)
91.5 (22)
78.1 (59)
82.4 (53)
76.2 (61f


.62 (24)
1.29 (17)
-
.53 (27)
-
-

.48 (30)
1.28 (19)
.39 (31)
2.10 (10)
.08 (38)
2.16 ( 9)
.03 (39)
.36 (33)
.03 (39)
1.20 (20)
-
.36 (33)
-
1.39 (15)
1.29 (17)
1.06 (21)
.38 (32)
.22 (36)
2.59 (5)
2.30 (8)
.49 (28)
2.90 ( 4)
-

2.05 (11)
.60 (25)


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III PROPERTY ASSESSMENT


3.1 Non-Exempt Assessed Valuation (in thousands). 1969

SOURCE: State Comptroller's Analysis by County of Florida's 1969
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 home-
steads, which are exempt.

3.2 Increase in Non-Exempt Assessed Valuation (in thousands) from 1959 to 1969

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

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

3.3 Percent Increase in Non-Exempt Assessed Valuation from 1959 to 1969

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.

3.4 Assessed Value of Personal Property as a Percent of All Non-Exempt Property,
1969

SOURCE: Computed from data in State Comptroller's Analysis by
County of Florida's 1969 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.


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3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4


Increase in Non-
Exempt Assessed
Valuation (in
Thousands) from
1959-1969


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Soto
Dixie
Duval
Escambia
Plagler
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
1.I1.4nocn


Percent Increase
in Non-Exempt
Assessed Valuation
from 1959-1969


Assessed Value
of Personal
Property as a
Percent of All
Non-Exempt Property
1969


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Counties


Non-Exempt
Assessed
Valuation
(in Thousands)
1969


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TOTAL $32,229,726 $24,672,070 326.40% 16.107


.


Amount
$ 369,918
26,630
346,561
46,212
1.002.235
3,446,258
29,750
217,839
130,258
98.602
433,540
87,663
6,751,120
56,566
22.886
1,855,524
742,171
37,515
31,980
73.019
17,321
59,553
47,709
37,043
99.757
96,667
88,624
217,844
1,903,100
26.275
263,071
103,779
31,785
15,134
416.961
559,115
410,673
73,970
14,584
31,085
413,150
400,001
218,419
313,914
87,371
279,181
62,516
1,359,910
202,351
2.535.708
224,194
1,697,942
1,283,033
137,290
172.871
291,791
187,612
731,741
277,772
64.149
67,377
71,695
15,336
712,197
15,915
50,833
14 1A


Rank
(19)
(60)
(20)
(52)
( 9)
(2)
(59)
(29)
(34)
(37)
(14)
(40)
( 1)
(49)
(621
( 5)
(10)
(53)
(56)
(43)
(63)
(48)
(51)
(54)
(36)
(38)
(39)
(28)
( 4)
(61)
(25)
(35)
(57)
(66)
(15)
(13)
(17)
(42)
(67)
(58)
(16)
(18)
(27)
(21)
(41)
(23)
(47)
( 7)
(30)
( 3)
(26)
(6)
( 8)
(33)
(32)
(22)
(31)
(11)
(24)
(46)
(45)
(44)
(65)
(12)
(64)
(51)
/ CC\


Amount Rank
$ 291,238 (20)
21,318 (60)
302,809 (19)
38,260 (51)
767.697 (9)
2,841,655 ( 2)
26,709 (56)
197,359 (26)
106,650 (33)
79.116 (38)
357,559 (14)
73,788 (39)
4,883,660 ( 1)
47,794 (48)
15.366 (62)
1,462,185 ( 5)
637,711 (10)
29,693 (55)
24,451 (57)
39.549 (50)
14,618 (63)
55,379 (45)
35,079 (52)
33,333 (53)
86.403 (36)
81,737 (37)
73,757 (40)
187,927 (27)
1,487,215 ( 4)
209755 (61)
233,023 (24)
90,038 (35)
23,281 (59)
12,776 (65)
351.676 (16)
436,827 (13)
342,082 (17)
61,201 (42)
9,901 (67)
23.561 (58)
335,213 (18)
353,429 (15)
165,493 (30)
253,552 (23)
68.509 (41)
266,224 (21)
53,723 (46)
962,012 ( 8)
186,819 (28)
1.661.134 ( 3)
199,868 (25)
1,071,749 ( 6)
1,067,660 ( 7)
93,794 (34)
148.914 (31)
256,550 (22)
176,405 (29)
517,721 (12)
116,958 (32)
55.995 (43)
52,344 (47)
55,602 (44)
12,928 (64)
548,209 (11)
11.829 (66)
43,587 (49)
30.712 (54)


'


Percent Rank
370.15% (44)
401.31 (40)
692.10 (12)
481.13 (32)
327.32 (51)
470.00 (35)
878.29 (7)
963.66 (5)
451.75 (36)
406.01 (39)
470.59 (34)
531.80 (28)
261.51 (58)
544.84 (23)
204.33 (63)
371.73 (43)
610.48 (20)
379.60 (41)
324.75 (52)
118.16 (66)
540.80 (25)
1326.76 ( 3)
277.74 (56)
898.46 ( 6)
647.01 (16)
547.46 (22)
496.11 (30)
628.16 (17)
357.60 (46)
375.99 (42)
775.50 ( 9)
655.25 (15)
273.76 (57)
541.81 (24)
538.67 (26)
357.21 (47)
498.72 (29)
479.29 (33)
211.42 (62)
313.14 (53)
430.10 (37)
758.88 (10)
312.68 (54)
420.05 (38)
363.21 (45)
2054.67 ( 1)
610.97 (19)
241.77 (60)
1202.80 ( 4)
189.93 (64)
821.62 ( 8)
171.15 (65)
495.72 (31)
215.63 (61)
621.58 (18)
727.98 (11)
1574.06 ( 2)
241.90 (59)
72.73 (67)
686.71 (14)
348.19 (48)
345.50 (49)
536.87 (27)
334.29 (50)
289.50 (55)
601.53 (21)
oAQ 77 113\


Percent Rank
13.64% (40)
8.67 (64)
23.63 (13)
22.69 (17)
11.02 (51)
12.10 (48)
21.99 (19)
4.78 (66)
21.44 (21)
13.26 (44)
3.78 (67)
23.15 (16)
17.51 (30)
10.18 (57)
11.12 (50)
15.38 (36)
31.17 ( 7)
11.71 (49)
9.23 (63)
24.49 (12)
17.04 (31)
28.81 (11)
51.06 ( 1)
33.70 ( 5)
9.92 (58)
19.75 (22)
16.72 (32)
10.61 (54)
19.57 (23)
18.76 (26)
10.58 (55)
23.25 (15)
18.53 (28)
14.80 (37)
10.72 (52)
7.72 (65)
12.12 (47)
18.56 (27)
19.51 (24)
17.87 (29)
13.58 (41)
13.32 (42)
9.75 (59)
9.70 (60)
31.57 ( 6)
16.20 (33)
13.92 (38)
12.98 (45)
9.56 (62)
15.82 (34)
12.98 (45)
13.80 (39)
30.68 ( 8)
29.82 (10)
10.19 (56)
13.27 (43)
34.05 ( 4)
9.61 (61)
10.63 (53)
22.43 (18)
37.11 ( 3)
40.22 (2)
19.38 (25)
15.66 (35)
23.51 (14)
21.83 (20)
30.22 ( 9)


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3.5 Assessed Value of Railroad and Telegraph Property as a Percent of All
Non-Exempt Property, 1969

SOURCE: Computed from data in State Comptroller's Analysis by
County of Florida's 1969 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.

3.6 Assessed Value of Homestead Exempt Property as a Percent of the Value of
Non-Exempt Real Estate, 1969

SOURCE: Computed from data in State Comptroller's Analysis by
County of Florida's 1969 Tax Assessment Rolls

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

3.7 Non-Exempt Assessed Valuation (1968) Per Pupil in ADA, Grades 1-12, 1968-69

SOURCE: Computed from data in State Comptroller's Analysis by County
of Florida's 1968 Tax Assessment Rolls and Principals' Annual
Report on Attendance, 1968-69

This table gives the average amount of non-exempt taxable property
for each pupil in average daily attendance in grades 1-12, 1968-69.

3.8 Change in Non-Exempt Assessed Valuation Per Pupil in ADA from 1958-59 to
1968-69

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.


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3.5 3.6 3.7 3.8

Assessed Value of Assessed Value of Non-Exempt Assessed Change in
R. R. & Tel. Property Homestead Exempt Valuation (1968) Non-Exempt
Counties as a Percent of Property as a Per Pupil in ADA Assessed
All Non-Exempt Percent of the (1-12) 1968-69 Valuation
Property Value of Non-Exempt Per Pupil in
1969 Real Estate ADA from
1969 1958-59 to 1968-69

Percent Rank Percent 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


2.42% (28)
10.03 ( 2)
.76 (50)
5.03 (13)
.52 (.5)
.11 (66)
.23 (63)
1.05 (47)
2.30 (31)
2.30 (31)
.28 (62)
2.38 (30)
.19 (65)
4.67 (16)
'5.60 (11)
2.42 (28)
1.11 (44)
5,85 ( 9)
3.65 (18)
4.97 (t14)L
7.91 ( 6)
3.16 (23)
2.62 (25)
2.63 (24)
2.11 (34)
1.08 (46)
4.22 (17)
1.95 (35)
1.05 (47)
5.53 (12
.46 (57)
3.52 (20)
7.88 ( 7)
1.76 (36)
1.54 (43)
.46 (57)
.70 (52)
4.71 (15)
10.48 ( 1)
8.88 ( )
.62 (54)
1,72 (38)
1.61 (40)
.03 (67)
7.01 ( 8)
.73 (51)
2.61 (26)
.44 (59)
.47 (56)
,37 (60)
2.50 (27)
.30 (61)
1.61 (40)
3.48 (21)
3.18 (22)
1.00 (49)
.67 (53)
.22 (64)
1.57 (42)
S9.47 ( 3)
5.63 (10)
3.60 (19)
8,92 ( 4)
1.09 (45)
1.79 (39)
2.30 (31)
1.76 (36)


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23.99% (36)
27.85 (25)
24.36 (35)
35.59 (11)
24.93 ( 3)
20.86 (43)
27.64 (27)
18.15 (53)
21.69 (41)
31.82 (18)
10.66 (65)
31.16 (21)
18.58 (51)
18.13 (54)
19.77 (47)
31.68 (19)
33.77 (13)
12.21 (62)
19.25 (48)
4.0 0 ( 3)
26.51 (30)
5.15 (67)
43.54 ( 5)
22.56 (39)
14,95 (58)
9.63 (66)
23.27 (38)
14.65 (59)
33.49 (15)
50.73 ( )
15.95 (56)
35.53 (12)
23.78 (37)
20.42 (46)
19.11 (50)
20.71 (45)
20.85 (44)
16.26 (55)
28.09 (24)
38.94 (9)
29.05 (22)
19.18 (49)
13.61 (60)
11.50 (64)
31.46 (20)
26.28 (32)
12.62 (62)
27.81 (26)
13.26 (61)
15,42 (57)
44.52 (2)
43.73 ( 4)
24.75 (34)
39.89 ( 7)
21.64 (42)
18.30 (52)
26.43 (31)
22.07 (40)
32.11 (17)
28.63 (23)
37.37 (10)
27.42 (28)
27.04 (29)
33.63 (14)
32.56 (16)
43.18 (6)
39.50 ( 8)


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TOTAL .92% 23.96% $24,237 $15,958


$18,412 (39)
12,029 (61)
21,137 (35)
13,160 (58)
14.755 (52)
33,158 (13)
16,033 (47)
68,032 (2)
44,427 (4)
12.601 (59)
38,087 ( 8)
13,484 (55)
30,708 (16)
21,963 (30)
15.302 (51)
16,076 (46)
16,288 (45)
34,131 (10)
19,812 (37)
6,962 (67)
21,907 (31)
76,611 ( 1)
15,855 (48)
17,550 (42)
32.241 (14)
32,096 (15)
27,260 (20)
36,765 ( 9)
18,182 (40)
10.974 (62)
33,353 (12)
13,288 (56)
12,488 (60)
23,670 (26)
30.482 (18)
30,639 (17)
21,308 (33)
25,229 (22)
17,185 (43)
9.120 (66)
22,751 (28)
25,038 (23)
42,217 ( 6)
34,014 (11)
14.580 (53)
10,690 (64)
23,118 (27)
17,615 (41)
43,919 (5)
44.686 3)
21,533 (32)
22,178 (29)
24,919 (24)
15,554 (49)
27.889 (19)
26,975 (21)
21,304 (34)
39,098 ( 7)
15,335 (50)
18.937 (38)
16,577 (44)
19,941 (36)
13,606 (54)
23,934 (25)
10,919 (63)
10,612 (65)
13.169 (57)


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$12,732
8,876
17,884
10,906
2.193
21,865
14,604
55,132
30,802
8.914
28,837
10,489
18,338
17,374
8.461
11,601
13,381
26,082
13,719
2.901
18,474
68,526
10,457
15,739
29.283
23,150
20,388
29,727
12,350
9.045
27,062
11,736
8,917
19,944
24.676
17,960
16,632
19,723
14,059
7.135
15,967
20,808
30,876
25,313
10.225
9,482
19,255
9,577
38,898
21.481
18,074
9,684
19,410
9,364
23.289
23,183
19,561
20,153
11,267
16.174
12,484
15,581
11,135
15,990
7.855
8,697
11.723


was nston


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






3.9 Non-Exempt Assessed Valuation (1968) Per Instruction Unit, Grades 1-12,
1968-69

SOURCE: Computed from data in State Comptroller's Analysis by County
of Florida's 1968 Tax Assessment Rolls and Principals' Annual
Report on Attendance, 1968-69

This table gives the amount of non-exempt property for each instruction
unit, Grades 1-12, 1968-69.

3.10 Change in Non-Exempt Assessed Valuation Per Instruction Unit, 1958-59 to
1968-69

SOURCE: Computed from data in State Comptroller's Analysis by County
of Florida's 1968 Tax Assessment Rolls and Principals' Annual
Report on Attendance, 1968-69

This table indicates the ten year change in non-exempt assessed
valuation per instruction unit.

3.11 Percent Change in Non-Exempt Assessed Valuation Per Instruction Unit from
1958-59 to 1968-69

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 instruction unit, grades 1-12, over the ten year period.

3.12 Percent of State Total Non-Exempt Assessed Valuation in Each County. 1969

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.


III Property Assessment


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3.9 3.10 3.11 3.12

Non-Exempt Change in Percent Change Percent of
Assessed Non-Exempt in Non-Exempt State Total
Counties Valuation Assessed Assessed Valuation Non-Exempt
Per Instruction Valuation Per Instruction Assessed
Unit, Grades 1-12 Per Instruction Unit, Grades 1-12 Valuation in
1968 Unit, Grades 1-12 1958-59 to 1968-69 Each County
1958-59 to 1968-69 1969

Amount Rank Amount Rank Percent Rank Percent Rank


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


III Property Assessment


$ 369,766
237,477
428,372
219,395
324.364
650,802
261,069
1,377,653
789,171
294 246
848,069
289,362
650,968
451,867
295 482
357,297
360,913
632,275
405,250
144.715
348,443
1,262,533
337,554
352,114
681.068
712,718
590,331
752,220
383,430
208.339
742,313
248,600
242,310
417,658
599.752
686,045
412,931
461,921
304,814
181.785
418,760
525,748
875,207
735,794
295.457
230,567
528,688
370,255
973,395
949,101
476,943
459,273
514,156
313,746
569.049
600,414
441,757
791,289
334,231
401.728
309,852
384,089
247,195
503,627
219.364
213,289
209,695
$ 512,738


r


(40)
(59)
(31)
(61)


(55)
( I)


(54)
(15)
(29)
(51)
(42)
(41)
(17)
(35)


(2)
(45)
(43)
(14?
(12)
(20)
( 9)
(38)


(56)
(58)
(33)


(34)
(27)
(50)
(66)
(32)
(23)
(5)
(11)
(52)
(60)
(22)
(39)
(3)
( 4)
(26)
(28)
(24)
(48)
(21)
(18)
(30)
( 7)
(46)
(36)
(49)
(37)
(57)
(25)
(62)
(63)
(64)


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$ 255,944
172,419
357,465
172,052
1o711
--367,899
236,021
1,022,004
521,031
208 080
649,042
228,040
363,841
348,344
157 258
250,314
295,340
487,363
283,521
55.757
294,305
1,129,855
227,275
320,186
612.933
528,924
436,882
610,181
245,738
169 315
596,809
217,226
170,812
349,788
471.855
384,012
312,396
363,251
255,923
140 211
273,086
439,683
596,224
548,196
203t329
202,978
440,293
175,866
854,683
395.575
401,007
155,072
387,263
179,699
467,212
519,753
405,139
375,357
232,551
345 466
225,861
289,677
194,319
336,714
162,222
175,433
182,237
$ 323,197


(40)
(58)
(28)
(59)
(67)
(25)
(44)
( 2)
(11)
(50)
(4)
(46)
(26)
(30)
(63)
42)
(35)
(13)
(38)

(36)
( 1)
(47)
(33)
( 5)
(10)
(18)
( 6)
(43)
(61)
( 7)
(49)
(60)
(29)
(14)
(34)
(27)
(41)
(65)
(39)
(17)
(8)
(9)
(51)
(52)
(16)
(56)
( 3)
(21)
(20)
(64)
(22)
(55)
(15)
(12)
(19)
(24)
(45)
(31)
(37)
(53)
(32)

) 45


13C~


224.8% (49)
265.0 (43)
504.1 (17)
363.4 (29)
0.5 67
130.0 (58)
942.2 ( 3)
287.3 (39)
194.3 (54)
241.4 44)
326.1 33
371.8 (25)
126.7 (60)
336.4 (31)
113.7 (61)
233.9 (46)
450.3 (21)
336.3 (32)
232.9 (47)
62.6 (65)
543.6 (12)
851.5 ( 5)
206.0 (52)
1,002.8 ( 2)
899.5 ( 4)
287.7 (38
284.7 (40)
429.5 (23)
178.4 (56)
433.8 (22)
410.1 (24)
692.3 ( 8)
239.1 (45)
515.3 (15)
368.9 (26)
127.1 (59)
310.7 (34)
368.1 (27)
523.4 (14)
337.2 (30)
187.4 (55)
510.8 (16)
213.7 (51)
292.2 (37)
220.7 (50)
735.7 (6)
498.0 (18)
90.4 (62)
719.9 ( 7)
71.4 (64)
528.0 (13)
50.9 (66)
305.1 (36)
134.0 (57)
458.7 (20)
562.2 (11)
1,106.4 ( 1)
90.2 (63)
228.7 (48)
614.0 (10)
268.9 (42)
306.8 (35)
367.4 (28)
201.7 (53)
283.8 (41)
463.4 (19)
663.6 ( 9)
170.3%


1.1477% (19)
.0826 (60)
1.0752 (20)
.1433 (52)
3.1096 (9)
10.6927 (t2)
.0923 (59)
.6758 (29)
.4041 (34)
.3059 (36)
1.3451 (14)
.2719 (40)
20.9468 ( 1)
.1755 (49)
.0710 (62)
5.7571 ( 5)
2.3027 (10)
.1164 (53)
.0992 (56)
.2265 (43)
.0537 (63)
.1847 (48)
.1480 (51)
.1149 (54)
.3095 (36)
.2999 (38)
.2749 (39)
.6759 (28)
5.9047 ( 4)
.0815 (61)
.8162 (25)
.3219 (35)
.0986 (57)
.0469 (66)
1.2937 (15)
1.7347 (13)
1.2742 (17)
.2295 (42)
.0452 (67)
.0964 (58)
1.2818 (16)
1.2410 (18)
.6776 (27)
.9739 (21)
.2710 (41)
.8662 (23)
.1939 (47)
4.2194 ( 7)
.6278 (30)
7.8676 (3)
.6956 (26)
5.2682 (6)
3.9808 (8)
.4259 (33)
.5363 (32)
.9053 (22)
.5821 (31)
2.2703 (11)
.8618 (24)
.1990 (46)
.2090 (45)
.2224 (44)
.0475 (65)
2.2097 (12)
.0493 (64)
.1577(50)
.1090 (55)
100.0000%


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IV REVENUE RECEIPTS


4.1 Operating School Millage (Excludes Building and Bus Millage). 1968-69. 1969-70

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 1968-69 and 1969-70 fiscal year. The State Constitution
limits this levy for current school operation to 10 mills. 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.

4.2 Revenue Receipts from Local Sources. 1968-69

SOURCE: County Superintendents' Annual Financial Report, 1968-69

The primary local source of revenue receipts is the county 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.

4.3 Local Revenue Receipts Per Capita. Based on Estimated Population July. 1969 and
Local Revenue Receipts 1968-69

SOURCE: Computed from data in "Provisional Estimates of the Population
of Florida Counties for July, 1969 and Revisions for July, 1968,
Bulletin No. 21, dated December, 1969, Bureau of Economic and
Business Research, University of Florida and County Superintendents'
Annual Financial Report, 1968-69

4.4 Percent Increase in Revenue Receipts from Local Sources from 1958-59 to
1968-69

SOURCE: Computed from data in Biennial Report of the State Superintendent
of Public Instruction. 1958-59 and County Superintendents' Annual
Financial Report, 1968-69

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


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4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4
Operating School Revenue Local Revenue Percent Increase
Millage Receipts Receipts in Revenue
Counties Excludes Building & Bus from Local Per Capita Receipts from
Millage Sources 1968-69 Local Sources
1968-69 1958-59 to 1968-69
1968-69 1969-70
Amount Rank Anount Rank Amount Rank Amount Rank Percent Rank
Alachua 10,60 (10) 10,60 (11) $ 4,808,247.96 (15) $48.57 (30) 226.007. (34)
Baker 8.25 (53) 9,50 (50) 218,704.25 (59) 26.35 (59) 117.70 (59)
Bay 6.40 (61) 8.10 (59) 2,414,742.37 (25) 34.50 (51) 151.70 (47)
Bradford 10.00 (22) 10.20 (27) 463,951.77 (51) 35.42 (50) 150.80 (49)
Brevard 11.29 ( 2) 10.00 (29) 14.008.611.74 ( 9) 59.76 (19) 677.20 ( 2)
Broward 10.24 (20) 10.30 (17) 41,405,470.69 (2) 78.42 ( 7) 305.30 (22)
Calhoun 8.00 (54) 8.00 (61) 211,819.70 (60) 27.16 (57) 286.70 (27)
Charlotte 7.45 (59) 9.31 (52) 1,620,922.18 (31) 75.74 ( 8) 504.70 ( 7)
Citrus 8.36 (51) 10.00 (29) 1,009,202.75 (34) 73.66 (10) 519.70 ( 4)
Clay 10.00 (22) 10.p0 (29) 898.780.69 (37) 33.41 (52) 242.50 (31)
Collier 10.00 (22) 10.00 (29) 3,161,019.71. (20) 95.79 ( 1) 515.60 ( 5)
Columbia 10.375 (17) 10.30 (17) 967,934,59 (35) 38.11 (47) 129.00 (57)
Dade 10.28 (18) 10.98 ( 6) 71,777,759.95 ( 1) 61.40 (18) 81.10 (64)
De Soto 10.80 ( 7) 10.80 ( 7) 594,479.63 (48) 43.71 (42) 293.20 (25)
Dixie 10.8737 () 7.00 (64) 241.049.00 (58) 47.26 (33) 132.80 (54)
Duval 10.61 ( 8) 10.4348 (15) 22,705,699.16 (4) 43.92 (41) 178.90 (42)
Escambia 10.00 (22) 10.00 (29) 7,537,737.96 (11) 38.07 (48) 214.30 (38)
Flagler 8.43 (50) 10.00 (29) 301,588.91 (56) 59.14 (20) 216.20 (36)
Franklin 6.30 (62) 10.00 (29) 186,367.13 (62) 25.53 (60) 25.40 (67)
Gadsden 10.45 (14) 10.30 (17) 790.985.01 (40) 17.58 (66) 79.30 (65)
Gilchrist 10.00 (22) 10.00 (29) 164,225.09 (63) 48,30 (31) 231.60 (32)
Glades 5.02 (65) 7.02 (63) 309,635.96 (55) 81.48 ( 4) 148.00 (50)
Gulf 10.59 (11) 10.288 (25) 598,475.35 (46) 63.00 (17) 143.40 (51)
Hamilton 9.00 (41) 10.73 ( 8) 356,623.52 (52) 44.03 (40) 354.20 (16)
Hardee 6.20 (63) 8.10 (59) 772.494.98 (43) 51.50 (27) 330.50 (20)
Hendry 9.00 (41) 9.00 (53) 791,746.68 (39) 63.85 (16) 143.00 (52)
Hernando 10.00 (22) 10,00 (29) 870,907.12 (38) 64.99 (14) 230.90 (33)
Highlands 8.00 (54) 6.84 (65) 1,667,038.57 (30) 64.12 (15) 184.80 (40)
Hillaborough 10.00 (22) 10.46 (14) 21,686,132.67 ( 5) 45.95 (35) 181.50 (41)
Holmes 7.50 (58) 10.00 (29) 199.254.29 (61) 17.33 (67) 96.70 (62)
Indian River 9131 (40) 11.184 ( 3) 2,766,503.73 (22) 79.50 ( 6) 386.50 (12)
Jackson 6.70 (60) 6.70 (66) 723,091.64 (44) 19.76 (65) 157.50 (46)
Jefferson 9.61 (37) 8.50 (58) 295,997.25 (57) 31.49 (53) 130.20 (56)
Lafayette 4.60 (66) 4.60 (67) 77,815.45 (66) 26.83 (58) 139.80 (53)
Lake 10.00 (22) 10.30 (17) 4.430.450.24 (16) 66.72 (11) 252.30 (30)
Lee 9,50 (38) 10.569 (12) 7,132,770.24 (12) 81.52 ( 3) 475.50 ( 8)
Leon 10,00 (22) 10.00 (29) 4,899,854.91 (14) 52.13 (25) 293.10 (26)
Levy 7.80 (56) 10.00 (29) 559,650.31 (50) 42.40 (44) 304.90 (23)
Liberty 4.00 (67) 10,00 (29) 58,627.47 (67) 20.22 (64) 51.10 (66)
Madison 10.50 (12) 10.30 (17) 319,305.76 (54) 21.57 (63) 123.10 (58)
Manatee 10.46 (13) 10.24 (26) 3,781,536.83 (18) 44.54 (39) 151.60 (48)
Marion 8.70 (48) 10,00 (29) 4,368,624.40 (17) 66.70 (12) 355.30 (15)
Martin 9.00 (41) 10.00 (29) 1,787,688.16 (28) 73.87 ( 9) 351.40 (18)
Monroe 8.45 (49) 10.16 (28) 2,801,069.22 (21) 44.82 (38) 117.30 (60)
Nassau 10.86 ( 6) 12.99 ( 1) 930,141.54 (36) 46.51 (34) 130.50 (55)
Okaloosa 10.00 (22) 10.00 (29) 2,482,262.70 (24) 27.58 (56) 988.00 ( 1)
Okeechobee 10.00 (22) 10.00 (29) 588,144.44 (49) 58.81 (21) 513.30 ( 6)
Orange 10.40 (16) 10.30 (17) 16,165,892.00 ( 7) 49.38 (29) 215.50 (37)
Osceola 7.54 (57) 7.56 (62) 1, 01,268.72 (27) 80.06 ( 5) 545.30 ( 3)
Palm Beach 9.89 (35) 10.30 (17) 28.089,134.96 ( 3) 90.03 ( 2) 374.10 (13)
Pasco 10.00 (22) 10.00 (29) 1,999,255.56 (26) 37.02 (49) 353.60 (17)
Pinellas 10.65 ( 9) 10.50 (13) 19,400,828.69 ( 6) 41.37 (45) 115.70 (61)
Polk 8.975 (46) 8,975 (55) 14,101,495.36 ( 8) 58.03 (23) 198.00 (39)
Putnam 11.47 ( 1) 10.00 (29) 1,574,862.31 (32) 45.78 (36) 85.20 (63)
St. Johns 8.30 (52) 8,90 (57) 1.704.855.62 (29) 51.51 (26) 173.60 (43)
St. Lucie 8.97 (47) 11.45 (2) 2,694,276.85 (23) 53.25 (24) 336.20 (19)
Santa Rosa 5.50 (64) 9.00 (53) 1,079,160.79 (33) 30.23 (54) 364.50 (14)
Sarasota 10.15 (21) 10.69 ( 9) 7,118,512.83 (13) 65.31 (13) 298.60 (24)
Seminole 10.44 (15) 10.40 (16) 3,552,300.48 (19) 47.75 (32) 406.80 (11)
Sumter 10,00 (22) 11.00 ( 4) 597.300.63 (47) 43.28 (43) 261.90 (28)
Suwannee 9,374 (39) 9,374 (51) 777,472.99 (42) 45.20 (37) 168.70 (44)
Taylor 10.2593 (19) 10.30 (17) 787,583.70 (41) 58.77 (22) 165.30 (45)
Union 9.63 (36) 8.96 (56) 152,336.19 (64) 23.44 (62) 445.30 ( 9)
Volusia 10.8936 ( 4) 10.66 (10) 8,540,172.45 (10) 50.71 (28) 218.10 (35)
Wakulla 9.00 (41) 10.00 (29) 136.683.77 (65) 23.98 (61) 252.60 (29)
Walton 11,00 ( 3) 11.00 ( 4) 681,833.08 (45) 41.32 (46) 406.90 (10)
Washington 9.00 (41) 10.00 (29) 329.064.10 (53) 28.37 (55) 315.30 (21)
TOTAL $352,029,430.75 $55.40 190.607


IV Revenue Receipts








4.5 Revenue Receipts from Local Sources Per Pupil in ADA. Grades 1-12. 1968-69

SOURCE: Computed from data in County Superintendents' Annual Financial
Report, 1968-69 and Principals' Annual Report on Attendance,
1968-69

This is found by dividing the average daily attendance, grades 1-12, for
1968-69 into the total local revenue receipts for 1968-69. Local revenue
receipts include all revenue from local sources for kindergartens and
grades 1-12, and ad valorem taxes received for junior college.

4.6 Percent of Total Revenue Receipts Derived from Local Sources. 1968-69

SOURCE: Computed from data in County Superintendents' Annual Financial
Report, 1968-69

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

4.7 Public School Revenue from Local Sources 1968-69. as a Percent of Personal
Income for 1L968

SOURCE: Computed from estimates for 1968 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.

4.8 Revenue Riceipts from All Sources. 1968-69

SOURCE: County Superintendents' Annual Financial Report, 1968-69

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.

4.9 Required Local Effort Per Pupil in ADA. Grades 1-12. 1968-69

SOURCE: Computed from Application of Index of Taxpaying Ability,
1968-69, Bureau of Research, State Department of Equcttion,
and Principals' Annual Report on Attendance, 1968-69

This is found by dividing the required local effort, grades 1-12, 1968-69
by the number of pupils in average daily attendance in grades 1-12,
1968-69.


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4.5 4.6 4.7 4.8 4.9

Revenue Receipts Percent of Public School Revenue Receipts Required
from Local Sources Total Revenue Revenue from from Local Effort
Counties Per Pupil in ADA Receipts Derived Local Sources as All Sources Per Pupil
Grades 1-12 from a Percent of 1968-69 in ADA Grades
1968-69 Local Sources Personal Income 1-12
1968-69* 1968-69 1968-69


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
Hardde
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmesa
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
Summer
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla
Walton


Percent Rank


TOTAL $282.55 34.20% 2.06% $1,026,572,701.29 $ 69.08


*Excludes gifts and bequests.


IV Revenue Receipts


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,Amount, Ranak.
$252.07 (28)
100405 (61)
15,35 (50)
138.49 (51)
240.07 (29)
428.66 ( 5)
116.96 (58)
550,21 ( 1)
366.85 (11)
123.02 (56)
474.27 ( 3)
157.82 (49)
342.34 (12)
238.17 (30)
179.35 (45)
203.34 (39)
172.43 (47)
281.86 (20)
121.25V (57)
76.91 (66)
210.54 (38)
412.85 ( 7)
224.99 (34)
170.55 (48)
256.05 (27)
288.75 (18)
276,30 (22)
292.82 (17)
234.67 (32)
83.34 (65)
367.40 (10)
94.65 (63)
116.72 (59)
123.91 (55)
338.69 (13)
419.77 ( 6)
274.95 (23)
194.59 (41)
74.78 (67)
92.66 (64)
258.00 (26)
295,84 (16)
375.80 ( 9)
313.74 (14)
175.53 (46)
110.21 (60)
236.77 (31)
223.17 (36)
399.93 (8)
487.96 ( 2)
223.38 (35)
272.85 (24)
283.29 (19)
183.76 (43)
278.30 (21)
260.02 (25)
133.05 (53)
432.21 ( 4)
215.41 (37)
186.71 (42)
200.02 (40)
225.15 (33)
135.17 (52)
297.32 (15)
99.41 (62)
182.90 (44)
117 71 (%IA)


Percent Rank
30.20% (30)
13.80 (57)
20.40 (46)
16.00 (53)
30.60 (28)
45.30 ( 3)
11.10 (64)
46.50 ( 2)
33.00 (20)
16.70 (52)
44.10 ( 4)
19.90 (48)
38.60 (10)
29.50 (34)
19.20 (49)
30.20 (30)
26.10 (39)
30.90 (27)
15.10 (54)
11.60 (63)
18.60 (50)
31.60 (24)
26.60 (38)
20.00 (47)
31.80 (23)
35.50 (15)
30.60 (28)
34.30 (18)
31.20 (25)
9.80 (65)
42.80 ( 8)
12.00 (61)
13.80 (57)
12.40 (60)
37.50 (12)
43.90 ( 5)
32.30 (21)
20.80 (45)
6.60 (67)
12.00 (611
28.80 (35)
35.30 (16)
40.50 ( 9)
37.90 (11)
23.90 (42)
14,10 (56)
31.00 (26)
30.00 (32)
43.00 (6)
49.10 ( 1)
29.70 (33)
32,00 (22)
36.20 (14)
25.00 (41)
33.80 (19)
34.60 (17)
17.30 (51)
43.00 ( 6)
28.70 (36)
25.10 (40)
23.50 (44)
27.50 (37)
14.79 (55)
37.20 (13)
9.20 (66)
23.60 (43)
12.60 (59)


2.08% (39)
1.89 (50)
1.39 (60)
1.99 (46)
1.43 (59)
3.45 ( 9)
2.03 (42)
4.02 ( 3)
4.12 (2)
2,58 (25)
3.91 ( 4)
2.03 (42)
1.88 (51)
2.65 (22)
2.84 (19)
1.34 (62)
1.36 (61)
3.51 ( 7)
1.28 (63)
1.28 (63
3.20 (12)
1.99 (46)
1.94 (48)
2.06 (40)
2.67 (21)
1.93 (49)
3.42 (10)
3.03 (16)
1.69 (55)
1.74 (52)
3.15 (13)
1.28 (63)
2.15 (35)
1.49 (58)
2.90 (17)
3.67 ( 5)
2.10 (37)
2.60 (24)
1.22 (66)
1.64 (57)
2.18 (34)
3.58 ( 6)
2.88 (18)
2.04 (41)
2.01 14)
.98 (67)
3.14 (14)
1.69 (55)
4.73 ( 1)
3.08 (15)
2,51 (26)
1.71 (53)
2.33 (30)
2.11 (36)
2.36 (29)
2.77 (20)
1.70 (54)
2.40 (28)
3.24 (11)
2.25 (32)
2.61 (23)
2.50 (27)
2.09 (38)
2.33 (30)
2.00 (45)
3.51 ( 7)
2.20 (33)


Amount Rank
$ 15,873,245.84 (15)
1,573,525.38 (58)
11,817,661.10 (20)
2,886,745.14 (41)
45.777.594.67 ( 8)
91,232,893.68 ( 2)
1,893,625.90 (56)
3,478,518.63 (38)
3,054,970.14 (40)
5.365.746.28 (31)
7,159,380.10 (24)
4,847,708.22 (34)
185,685,268,64 ( 1)
2,009,007.92 (54)
1.250.285.51 (60)
75,166,986.71 ( 3)
28,811,318.71 (10)
975,477.18 (64)
1,227,904.62 (61)
6.760.994.50 (25)
882,332.66 (66)
978,362.75 (63)
2,242,533.65 (50)
1,778,553.15 (59)
2.424.783.35 (48)
2,225,900.42 (51)
2,842,194.20 (44)
4,852,077.65 (33)
69,401,246.68 ( 4)
2.022.232.16 (52)
6,462,251.44 (27)
5,980,106.98 (30)
2,143,311.69 (53)
623,936.41 (67)
11.783.544.68 (21)
16,225,776.38 (14)
15,164,738.38 (16)
2,681,500.99 (45)
887,669.27 (65)
2.651.872.79 (46)
13,098,199.04 (17)
12,364,081.87 (19)
4,405,014.64 (35)
7,388,090.01 (23)
3.890.431.37 (37)
17,600,984.38 (12)
1,897,107.00 (55)
53,761,443.55 ( 7)
4,182,185.07 (36)
57.114.340.18 (6)
6,724,381.54 (26)
60,456,748.38 ( 5)
38,897,124.22 ( 9)
6,284,494.44 (28)
5.033.315.57 (32)
7,775,294.80 (22)
6,214,210.38 (29)
16,540,760.03 (13)
12,369,457.76 (18)
2.371.182.47 (49)
3,305,454.56 (39)
2,861,302.41 (43)
1,035,789.06 (62)
22,928,160.35 (11)
1.483.152.77 (59)
2,884,153.83 (42)
1 C6ri1 45 6 rA7


Amount
$ 52.48
34.28
60.24
37.51
42.05
94.50
45.69
193.89
126.62
35.91
108.55
38.43
87.52
62.60
43.61
45.82
46.42
97.27
56.46
19.84
62.44
218.34
45.19
50.02
91.89
91.47
77.69
104.78
51.82
31.28
95.06
37.92
35.59
67.46
86.87
87.32
60.73
71.90
48.98
25.99
64.84
71.36
120.32
96.94
41.55
30.47
65.89
50.20
125.17
127.35
61.37
63.08
71.02
44.33
79.48
76.88
60.72
111.43
43.70
53.97
47.24
56.83
38.78
68.21
31.12
30.25
37.53


Rank
(39)
(61)
(35)
(58)
(52)
(13)
(47)
(2)
(4)
(59)
( 8)
(55)
(16)
(30)
(51)
(46)
(45)
(10)
(37)
(67)
(31)
( 1)
(48)
(42)
(14)
(15)
(20)
( 9)
(40)
(62)
(12)
(56)
(60)
(26)
(18)
(17)
(33)
(22)
(43)
(66)
(28)
(23)
(6)
(11)
(53)
(64)
(27)
(41)
(5)
L3)
(32)
(29)
(24)
(49)
(19)
(21)
(34)
( 7)
(50)
(38)
(44)
(36)
(54)
(25)
(63)
(65)
(57)


1 AM A ( )S








4.10 Local Effort Required to Participate in Minimum Foundation Program. Grades 1-12
1969-70

SOURCE: Computed from Application of 3 mill required local effort, 1969-70,
Bureau of Research, Department of Education

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

4.11 Additional Required Local Effort for Kindergarten. 1969-70

SOURCE: Computed as 5% of county Minimum Foundation Program or at $3,000
per kindergarten unit, 1969-70

Each county with a kindergarten program under the Minimum Foundation
Program is required to increase its local minimum effort by 5% or provide
$3,000 per unit, whichever is the smaller amount.

4.12 Required local Effort (K-12) as a Percent of Foundation Program. Excluding
Capital Outlay (March Program). 1969-70

SOURCE: Department of Education records

This table gives the percentage of the 1969-70 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
recalculation funds, but excludes capital outlay and debt service funds.
Required local effort (grades 1-12) 1968-69, for all counties collectively
is equivalent to a 3 mill levy on all nonexempt assessed property for the
counties collectively,

4.13 Percent Increase in Reauired Local Effort 1969-70 Over 1959-60. Grades 1-12

SOURCE: Computed from Application of Index of Taxpaying Ability, Bureau
of Research, 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.

4.14 Percent by Which Taxes Collected Exceeded Required Local Effort for Kinder-
garten. Grades 1-12 and Junior College. 1968-69

SOURCE: Computed from Application of Index of Taxpaying Ability, 1968-69,
Bureau of Research, Department of Education, and County
Superintendents' Annual Financial Report, 1968-69

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 millage levied
for repayment of district bonds issued are not included.


IV Revenue Receipts


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4.10

Local Effort
Required to
Participate in
Minimum Foundation
Programo Grades 1-12
1909-70


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
8revard
Brouard
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus

Collier
Columbia
bade
De Soto
Dixie
Duval
tscambia
Plaglet
Ftarnklin
Cadsden
GlLchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Htllsborough
Holmes
Indian River
Jackson
jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee
Leon
Le'. y,
Liberty
Medison
Manatee
Haribh
Martin
Mdrirbe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechbbee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pitellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lutie
Santa Rbsa
Sarasota
Semiinole
Summer
Suuwnnee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
wakulla
Wialto


Additional Required Required Local
Local Effort for Effort (k-12) as A
Kindergarten Percent of The
1969-70 foundation Program
Excluding Capital Outlay
1969-70


Amlount-
S 1,000,962
74,943
961,123
125,649
,2.^3.870
9,128,221
82,753
571,200
348,324
262.381
723,480
235,694
18.,350,09o
136,239
8.612
5,115,9s5
2,029,382
104,083
86,784
204,086o
48,700
163,755
120,190
104,587

250,818
244,880
59o,520
4,788.582
-4.779
715,;68
289,203
90,259
42,364
i, i36.3&9
1,483,78&
1,082,245
206, ;92
38,397
89.593
950,381
1;053,752
572,352
B65,479
.6 6,199

163,664
3,636,530
5o3,768
;,331.001
549,261
4,494,397
3,535,188
379,497
S486.4)i
796,'666
492,473
1,835,239
720,715
172.055
183,636
198,800
43,b70
1.959,348
42.788
112,74
Q6 UA%


4.13

Percent Increase
in Required Local
Effort from
1959-60 to 1969-70
Grades 1-12


Rank
(17)
(00)
(18)
(50)
( 9)
(2)
(59)
(28)
(34)
(37)
(22)
(40)
( 1)
(49)
(62L
( 4)
(10)
(54)
(58)
(43)
(03)
(4?)
(51)
(53)
(36)
(38)
(39)


(o:l
(24)
(35)
(56)
(66)
(14)
(13)
(15)
(.2)
(o7)
(?7L
(19)
(16)
(27)
(20)
(411
(25)
(48)
( 7)
(29)
( L
(30)
(6)
( 8)
(33)
(32)
(21)
(31)
(12)
(23)
(4)

(44)
(64)
(11)
(65)
(52)
(5i)


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4.14

Percent by
Which Taxes
Collected Exceeded
Required Local
Effort, K-J.C.
1968-69


Amount
$ 50,048
3,747
48,056
6,282
74.00oo
36,000
4.138
18,000
17,416
13.119
36,174
11,785
773,160



75,000
5,264
2, *60

,6435
8,188
6,010
5,229


9,000


3,739

14,485
4,513
2;118
561ig9

54.112
10, 340
1,920
4.480
4 ,519
30,000
12.000
39,O66

93,000
34310


15,000
120.000
21,000
222,600
75,000
18 975
24.A46

24,624
46,500
36,036


9,940
2,185
97,967
2,139
5,638
4 8314


IV Revenue Receipts


Counties


Percent
12.507.
7.97
15.00
7.17
11.54
26.07
7.97
50.21
26.40
9.49
29.16
9.60
24.2b
16.i7
9,57
12.66
12.54
12.S4
23.45
14.09
4.60
11. 18
46.03
11.24
11.52
26.37
27.12
20.32
27.64
13,95
). 01]
20, u5
7.87
7.17
13.57
22.14
24.68
14.11
15.29
8.94
5. ;9
14.7b
1.44
30.76
26.39

7.58
19.61
13.21
34.31
34.09
17.3;
14.48
18.70
10,66
20. L0
21.71
14.30
29.88
11.53
13.o7

12.65
8.24
17.51
6.09

0.48


waghington 4 8.34

TOTAL $82,063, 3b $2,53,830 124.61% 201.53%


Rank
(42)
(56)
(29)
(60)
(44)
(13)
(56)
( 1)
(10)
(53)
( 7)
(51)
(16)
(27)
(52)
(39)
(41)
(17)
(34)
(67)
(43)
( 2)
(47)
(46)
(12)
( 9)
(20)
( 8)
(35)
(63)
(14)
(58)
(60)
(37)
(18)
(15)
(33)
(28)
(54)
(66)
(30)
(25)

(11)
(50)
(59)
(22)
(38)
( 4)

(26)
(31)
(23)
(48)
(21L
(19)
(32)
( 6)
(45)
(36)
(48)

(55)
(24)

(62)
(o4)


~ ` "


Percent
95.17%.
33.9o
127.99
39.13
328,09
280.65
111.32
659.81
324.80
149.0L
402.18
61.45
11.4.02
71.76
82.10
42.30
78.77
65.63
107.41
-14.,4
55.70
324.83
80.90
83.44
151i 1
124.25
164.97
226.45
55.68
,o7
255.28
21.85
18.25
91.29
119.75
279.65
121.56
123.94
75.50
-12.22
1U2.9?
144.15
327.64
245.85
53,12
195.82
255.95
87.64
337.64
2?9.,9
93.06
66.36
109.74


170.21
258.42
187.84
125.99
45,3L
31.15
85.63
39.77
87.05
55.31
16.82
-0 -t I


Rank
(34)
(ol)
(23)
(59)
( 4)
( 8)
(30)
( 1)
( 1)

( 2)
(49)
(29)
(45)
(413
(57)
(43)
(48)
(32)
(r7)
(521
( 01
(42)
(40)
( 5)
(19)
(15)
(S3)
(A5)
(13)
(62)
(63)
(36)
(28)
(10)
(27)
(26)
(44)
(b6)
S33)
(22)
( 5)
(14)

(16)
(12)
(37)
(3)

(35)
(47)
(31)
(51)
(46)


(17)
(24)

(o0)
(39)
(58)
(38)
(54)
(64)
( 01


Percent
21 3-',
12B.86
78.73
192.77
239.62
211.97
114.53
122.41
145.04
193.22
195.21
206.00
202.82
267.83
216.12
228.08
199.25
149.21
105.33
220.-5
188.39
ol.21
210.36
164.29
91.32
203.96
224.77
145.38
243.47
119 .0
180.68
99.51
180.32
35.50
194.50
194.29
191.46
129.87
28.57
203.)00
191.9
158.13
170.93
151.02
222.15
190.61
208.40
211.37
209.02
119.77
225.75
210.24
172.23
246.09
142.91
181.11
61.20
229.83
208.06

215. 3"
204.55
196.26
217.16
164.76
221.37
l3. Jj3


Rank
( 14)
(0,)
(63)
(36)
( 4)
(16)
(59)
(57)
(53)
(35)
(32)
(24)
(28)
( 1)
(13)
(6)
(30)
(51)
(60)

(40)
(-34)
(18)
(47)
(62)
(26)
( 8)
(52)
( 3)
(58)
(42)
(61)
(43)
(66)
(33)
(34)
(38)
(55)
(67)
(27)
(37)
(49)
(45)
(50)
( 9)
(39)
(22)
(17)
(21)
(29)
( 7)
(20)
(44)
( 2)
(54)
(41)
(65)
( 5)
(23)
(19)
(15)
(25)
(31)
(12)
(46)
(10)
I'480


--


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V EXPENDITURES*


5.1 Total Expenditures (K-12). All Funds. 1968-69

SOURCE: County Superintendents' Annual Financial Report, 1968-69

This is the total of all expenditures made during the 1968-69 fiscal
year. It includes expenditures for operation and maintenance, contracted
programs, debt service and capital improvement.

5.2 Total Expenditure for Capital Outlay (K-12), All Funds. 1968-69

SOURCE: District Superintendents' Annual Financial Report, 1968-69

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.

5.3 Total Current Expense (K-12). All Funds. 1968-69

SOURCE: District Superintendents' Annual Financial Report, 1968-69

This is the total of all expenditures made during the 1968-69 fiscal year
for current operation and maintenance of the schools. Expenditures for
capital outlay and debt service are not included.

5.4 Current Expense Per Instruction Unit (K-12). 1968-69

SOURCE: Computed from data in District Superintendents' Annual Financial
Report, 1968-69 and Principals' Annual Report on Attendance,
1968-69

This is a per unit cost figure to be used for comparative purposes with
areas concerning instruction unit cost.


* Special Note: Many tables for this report are computed on the basis of Instruction
Units and not on a per pupil basis. Figures so computed will be much
larger than per pupil figures since usually an Instruction Unit includes
27 pupils and a teacher.


V Expenditures


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5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4

Tot~ea Total Total Current
Expenditures,* Expenditures* Current Expense
Counties Ati Fupnds fo Capital Expense, K-12 Per
1968-69 Outlay, K-12 All Funds Instruction
All Funds 1968-69 Unit, K-12,
1968-69 1968-69


Amount Ranki Amount Rank Amount Rank Amount Rank
Alachua S 16,387,650 (15) S 2,861,808 (14) S L2,656,284 (14) S13,324.79 (50)
Baker 1,719,924 (59) 181,438 (54) 1,475,828 (57) 13,328,12 (49)
Bay 11,42L,758 (20) 732,755 (33) 10,122,418 (18) 12.85;.95 (62)
Bradford 3,229,463 (42) 393,201 (46) 2,603,044 (40) 12,953.h9 (60)
Brevard 43.,873.930 ( ) 4.727.194 (7) 35.33.693 (8) 13.311.12 (51)


Broward
Calhoiun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Soto
Dixie
Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmea
Indian Rivert
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayerce
Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Mon roe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasoca
Seminole
Sumter"
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakultan
Walton
Na ti


92,875,191
1,826,664
4,027,495
3,196,856
5.434.117
8,567,897
4,579,725
183,691,423
1,844,064
1.823.117
73,071,901
27,660,579
950,336
1,151,350
6.802.172
967,266
1,686,926
4,223,244
1,827,778
2.400.026
1,994,316
2,865,511
4,827,567
64,386,624
.,967,494
6,392,432
5,913,241
2,024,493
570,205
11.309.591
13,770,252
17,733,032
2,822,940
908,735
2.675.070
12,872,373
11,520,080
3,890,225
7,802,978
4.134.802
20,587,4/7
2,021,641
63,800,215
3,327,102
60.33L.135
6,296,027
58,291,498
3Y', 821,714
7,136,612
5.64.7.110
7,965,861
6,767,296
L6,502,610
14,590,369
2.409,431
3,975,925
32,221,523'
1,102,647
24,856,027
1.604.503
3,821,767
'1 C1 C


(38)
(43)
(63)
(11)
(61)


16,927,792
60,234
747,698
510,651
910.330
2,129,289
187,211
16,192,597
123,210
634.932
3,868,831
1,040,900
31,372
58,973
649,842
185,730
866,875
2,027,475
30,L29
131.490
192,013
500,116
665,408
5,614,383
120.455
701,006
523,815
161,272
6,426
868.020
1,058,626
4,404,199
263,450
108,412
128.842
850,950
1,323,639
429,877
1,071,300
397.982
5,925,110
426,830
11,270,406
359,458
8.842.493
644,188
4,202,278
3,776,616
1,163,973
974.903
993,554
917,537
1,534,332
4,522,088
116.167
902,019
453,290
117,366
3,056,071
229.463
1,278,455
36o )fl


( 1)
(63)
(32)
(40)
(27)
(15)
(52)
( 2)
(58)
(38)
(Ll)
(23)
(62)
(64)
(371
(53)
(30)
(16)
(66)
(56)
(51)
(41)
(35)
( 6)
(59)
(34)
(39)
(55)
(67)
(29)
(17)
( 9)
(49)
(62)
(57)
(31)
(19)
(43)
(22)
(45)
( 5)
(44)
( 3)
(48)
(4)
(36)
(10)
(12)
(21)
(25)
(24)
(26)
(18)
( 8)
(61)
(28)
(42)
(60)
(13)
(50)
(20)
(47)


68,511,237
1,691,848
3,037,167
2,512,108
4.335.512
5,736,559
4,165,568
Lo2,012,893
1,008,050
1.092.050
65,084,042
25,218,865
880,483
1,033,439
6.060.076
774,308
736,902
1,915,272
1,620,387
2.102.301
1,660,524
2,273,746
4,021,843
55,863,956
1.788.597
5,327,967
5,262,651
1,809,649
552,762
9.833.172
11,328,641
12,530,366
2,448,838
749,184
2.478.050
11,346,741
9,601,023
3,405,167
6,299,116
3.461.738
13,756,852
1,474,023
45,664,881
2,93o,800
48.265.937
5,361,413
51,348,413
31,983,049
5,722,729
4.278.695
6,645,532
5,485,912
13,853,027
9,544,3n4
2.257.300
2,793,815
2,586,852
905,390
20,116,252
1,279.987
2,367,635
) i1a .1 i


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


13,920.97
15,211.73
20,876.87
16,220.75
13.8.56.79
19,164.66
14,575.12
16,380.0)
13,254.o2
15.090.37
12,954.55
12,282.31
15,243.82
13,753.51
12.246.78
15,789.31
1o,192.09
15,329.53
15,547.75
14.719.93
13,447.72
15,621.75
L4,454.00
12,748.39
14.201.98
15,747.84
12,870.58
13,845.82
L5,531.39
14.790.51
14,928.11
13,625.74
15,589.75
16,9"9.86
14.329.79
14,248.97
13,652.17
14,839.92
L5,262.44
13.238.51
13,173.78
L3,570.46
13,250.75
14,451.33
17.808.80
13,268.20
14,954.47
13,257.06
13,483.96
14.251.39
14,275.20
14,024.73
17,022.85
12.o14.64
14,968.63
13,435.03
14,244.00
14,596.00
14,736.32
18. 702.32
12,764.22
13.101.38


(39)
(20)
( 1)
( 8)
(40)
( 2)
(29)
( ;)
(54)
(L2)
(59)
(o3)
(19)
(42)
(67)
(10)
( 9)
(17)
(15)
(27)
(47)
(13)
(30)
(o5)
(37)
(11)
(61)
(41)
(16)
(25)
(23)
(44)
(14)
( 6)
(32)
(35)
(43)
(24)
(18)
(56)
(57)
(45)
(55)
(31)
( 4)
(52)
(22)
(53)
(46)
(34)
(33)
(38)
( 5)
(60)
(21)
(48)
(36)
(28)
(26)
( 3)
(64)
(58)


V Expenditures


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TOTAL $1,039463,0838 $128,277,956 $855,112,464 $14,519.34


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5.5 Increase in Current Expense Per Instruction Unit from 1958-59 to 1968-69

SOURCE: Computed from data in Biennial Report of State Superintendent
of Public Instruction. 1958-59 and (81) above

5.6 Percent Increase in Current Expense Per Instruction Unit from 1958-59 to
1968-69

SOURCE: Computed from data in Biennial Report of State Superintendent
of Public Instruction. 1958-59 and (81) above

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

5.7 Expenditure Per Instruction Unit for Administration. 1968-69

SOURCE: Computed from data in District Superintendents' Annual Financial
Report, 1968-69 and Principals' Annual Report on Attendance,
1968-69

This gives the average cost per unit 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.

5.8 Expenditure Per Instruction Unit for Instruction. 1968-69

SOURCE: Computed from data in District Superintendents' Annual Financial
Report, 1968-69 and Principals' Annual Report on Attendance,
1968-69

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.

5.9 Expenditure Per Instruction Unit for Operation of Plant. 1968-69

SOURCE: Computed from data in District Superintendents' Annual Financial
Report, 1968-69 and Principals' Annual Report on Attendance,
1968-69

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.


V Expenditures


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5.5 5.6 5.7 5.8 5.9

Increase in Percent Increase Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure
Current Expense in Current Per Instruction Per Instruction Per Instruction
Counties Per Instruction Expense Per Unit For Unit For Unit For
Unit, K-12, From Instruction Unit From Administration Instruction Operation of Plant
1958-59 to 1968-69 1958-59 to 1968-69 1968-69 1968-69 1968-69



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


$ 7,311.71
6,448.03
6,947.97
6,441.23
5.716.22
5,744.15
9,326.65
11,646,14
9,515.67
7.507.18
12,131.33
8,710.40
8,411.43
6,733.05
7.876.63
6,848.61
6,814.17
8,018.19
6,839.06
6.720.53
8,938.79
8,094.91
8,907.60
9,825.03
8.546.29
6,874.58
8,823.84
8,094.64
6,305.65
8.233,75
9,1 0.17
7,402.90
7,660,75
7,585.13
8.525,94
414,241.95
7,573.62
9,068.38
9,634.07
8.340,98
7,925.29
7,575.19
7,353.36
7,864,48
7.009,.16
7,066.22
6,474.95
7,059.87
7,373.53
10.987.61
7,517.26
7,588.48
6,924,43
7,007.49
7.944.37
8,220.08
7,839.33
9,872.92
6,438.64
9.034.84
7,175.70
7,739.42
7,676.59
8,292,46
11,319.501
6,529,51
7.290 87


TOTAL $7,756.83 114.70% $383.31 $11,309.53 $920.61


121.60% (35)
93.72 (64)
117.56 (38)
98.91 (59)
75.26 (66)
70.25 (67)
158.48 ( 5)
126.17 (27)
141.92 ( 9)
118.23 (37)
172.48 ( 2)
148.52 ( 8)
105.56 (50)
103.24 (55)
100.80 (57)
112.16 (44)
114.18 (41)
110.97 (45)
98.91 (59)
m12161 (34)
130.48 (22)
99.97 (58)
138.71 (12)
171.68 ( 3)
138.43 (13)
104.59 (51)
129.80 (23)
127.29 (25)
97.87 (62)
137.96 (15)
137.61 (16)
135.39 (19)
123.86 (33)
95,46 (63)
134610 (17)
2,075.62 ( 1)
125.14 (31)
139.06 (11)
131.69 (20)
139.28 (10)
125.33 (30)
124.65 (32)
98.22 (61)
106.31 (49)
112,52 (43)
115.70 (39)
91.25 (65)
114.04 (42)
104.18 (54)
,6108 ( 4)
130.71 (21)
103.02 (56)
109.35 (47)
108,20 (48)
125.96 (28)
135.75 (18)
126.74 (26)
138.08 (14)
104.25 (53)
152.26 ( 7)
114.64 (40)
118.98 (36)
110.94 (46)
128.69 (24)
153.32 ( 6)
104.73 (52)
125.48 (29)


$ 291.23 (60)
472.24 (31)
328.98 (52)
334.88 (51)
479.22 (29)
442.45 (36)
788.58 ( 9)
1,210.94 ( 2)
561.00 (19)
428.78 (38)
1,009.76 ( 3)
589.09 (17)
374.44 (46)
474.88 (30)
754.01 (10)
246.35 (65)
362.87 (48)
841.66 ( 7)
539.72 (21)
289.87 (61)
802.03 ( 8)
947.97 ( 5)
507.46 (26)
328.12 (53)
548.43 (20)
600.24 (16)
517.31 (23)
401.65 (42)
305.93 (56)
376.64 (45)
600.29 (15)
296.62 (58)
481.97 (28)
919.89 ( 6)
229.66 (67)
515.54 (24)
373.59 (47)
715.61 (12)
1,286.03 ( 1)
578.61 (18)
421.87 (39)
296.56 (59)
466.22 (32)
359.12 (49)
453.47 (35)
340.10 (50)
653.18 (13)
249.78 (64)
391.96 (44)
604.14 (14)
298.77 (57)
319.02 (54)
264.10 (62)
246.20 (66)
407.32 (40)
404.26 (41)
439.74 (37)
464.30 (33)
255.11 (63)
505.81 (27)
455.83 (34)
315.51 (55)
718.10 (11)
398.51 (43)
980.4 ( 4)
514.91 (25)
539.31 (22)


i*,"


$10,266.91 (48)
9,661.67 (63)
10,030.91 (56)
9,987.89 (57)
10.104.17 (55)
10,886.28 (29)
11,067.09 (25)
15,083,50 ( 1)
11,735.28 (11)
10.687.76 (34)
14,047.48 ( 2)
11,106.73 (24)
13,152.86 ( 6)
10,414.79 (42)
10.698.32 (33)
10,143.90 (51)
9,908.37 (60)
11,310.77 (20)
10,290.09 (46)
9.626.82 (64)
10,968.54 (26)
11,590.60 (15)
11,273.44 (21)
10,800.29 (31)
10.737.12 (32)
10,277.77 (47)
11,407.34 (18)
11,536.67 (16)
9,781.75 (62)
10.384.58 (44)
11,928.31 ( 9)
10,137.64 (52)
10,125.86 (54)
10,526.83 (38)
11,736.53 (10)
11,384.06 (19)
10,394.05 (43)
11,677.18 (13)
12,216.74 ( 7)
10.550.48 (37)
10,570.63 (36)
10,375.41 (45)
11,168.24 (23)
11,449.71 (17)
9.935.61 (58)
10,135.40 (53)
9,515.54 (65)
10,199.21 (49)
11,207.18 (22)
13.882.93 ( 3)
10,186.47 (50)
11,929.99 ( 8)
10,505.47 (39)
10,592.18 (35)
10.950,38 (27)
10,890.06 (28)
10,448.15 (40)
13,479.65 ( 4)
9,897.21 (61)
11,665.93 (14)
9,911,99 (59)
10,820.49 (30)
10,423.50 (41)
11,695.92 (12)
13,238.56 ( 5)
9,362.30 (67)
9.424.68 (66)


icJe^ .^in^,


$ 850.68
743.22
675.56
769.08
958.27
889.31
813.75
1,209.95
1,249.18
645.37
1,327.74
625.90
977.24
631.40
1,185.76
970.29
860.73
878.08
797.96
475.25
816.08
1,036.57
847.59
913.77
786.93
882.21
987.63
582.81
926.50
554.54
963.26
512.80
664.79
726.51
917.56
951.49
896.31
769.60
993.35
709.21
1,158.34
837.62
908.12
994.63
706.01
676.90
960.44
986.45
649.09
1.110.13
775.44
1,083.57
652.52
704.74
726.09
911.17
677.56
934.34
707.62
684.57
;:5.4
744.85
953.57
888.73
998.94
510.73
626h39


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5.10 Expenditure Per Instruction Unit for Maintenance. 1968-69


SOURCE: Computed from data in District Superintendents' Annual Financial
Report, 1968-69 and Principals' Annual Report on Attendance,
1968-69

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.

5.11 Expenditure Per Instruction Unit for Auxiliary Services, 1968-69

SOURCE: Computed from data in District Superintendents' Annual Financial
Report, 1968-69 and Principals' Annual Report on Attendance,
1968-69

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.

5.12 Expenditure Per Instruction Unit for Fixed Charges. 1968-69

SOURCE: Computed form data in District Superintendents' Annual Financial
Report, 1968-69 and Principals' Annual Report on Attendance,
1968-69

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.

5.13 Percent of Current Expense Devoted to Administration. 1968-69

SOURCE: Computed from data in District Superintendents' Annual Financial
Report, 1968-69

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.

5.14 Percent of Current Expense Devoted to Instruction. 1968-69

SOURCE: Computed from data in District Superintendents'Annual Financial
Report, 1968-69

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.


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V Expenditures







5.10 5.11 5.12 5.13 5.14

Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Percent of Percent of
Per Ihstruction Per instruction Per Instruction Current Expense Current Expense
Counties Unit for Unit for Unit for Devoted to Devoted to
Maintenance Auxiliary Services FLxed Charges Administration Instruction
1968-69 1968-69 1968-69 1968-69 1968-69



Amount Rank Amount Rank Amount Rank Percent Rank Percent Rank


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Brouard
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus

Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Soro
Dixie
Duval
Escambia
Fiagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilcon
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayecre
iake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Manacee
Maribn
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St, johiie
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasoti
Seminole
Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor
Unioh
Volusia
Wakulla
Ualton
.61 4


V Expenditures


tOTAL $424.40 $ 572.72 $ 908.77 2.647 77.89%


$356.72 (39)
340.43 (47)
398.40 (27)
356.90 (38)
386.68 (31)
378.08 (34)
341.25 (46)
854.74 ( 1)
355.88 (41)
3 6.65 (2
511.97 (12)
306.75 (54)
414.22 (16)
365.36 (35)
471.99 ([ )
492.25 (13)
462.47 (19)
343.33 (44)
699.85 ( 4)
266.91 (68)
573.42 ( 5)
519.92 (9)
515.78 (1l)
301.17 (55)
380.67 (33)
242.3b (62)
332.82 (51)
339.21 (48)
408.85 (25)
199.13 (65)
385.55 (32)
158.17 (66)
350.72 (43)
116.66 (07)
3A2.92 (36)
353.46 (42)
473.28 (17)
450.63 (20)
245.10 (61)
478.41 (15)
447.09 (21)
3$6.53 (40)
522.39 ( 8)
848.16 ( 2)
40.06 (261
430.25 (24)
433.16 (23)
489.53 (14)
224.02 (63)
s35.1 {22J)
322.43 (52)
341.95 (45)
360.07 (37)
387.57 (30)
334.59 (49)
300.31 (56)
332.97 (50)
519.50 (10)
307.84 (5'3
29152 t57)
545,49 ( 6)
271.25 (59)
541.55 ( 7)
389.06 (29)
782.07 ( 3)
271.82 (58)
206.66 (64)


~


$ 822.74 (39)
1,372.76 (10)
607.84 (54)
681.62 (47)
502.08 (61)
385.74 (65)
1,300.93 (12)
1,173.74 (20)
1,200.51 (18)
729.i8 (43)
1,025.45 (26)
1,164.24 (21)
351.74 (66)
497.97 (62)
1.589.39 ( 5)
403.96 (64)
630.50 (51)
735.92 (42)
647.71 (48)
834.90 (35)
1,603.57 ( 4)
1,228.83 (17)
1,031.50 (25)
2,179.65 ( 2)
1.37.608 (11)
588.76 (55)
1,568.45 ( 7)
587.49 (57)
526.68 (60)
1.882.97 ( 3)
828.02 (38)
1,012.87 (27)
1,397.00 ( 9)
2,487,36 ( 1)
700.69 (46)
725.71 (44)
636.26 (50)
1,044.02 (24)
1,270.13 (14)
1.175.55 (19)
719.72 (45)
789.00 (40)
878.65 (34)
622.40 (52)
8.92 (32)
833,46 (37)
1,i02.68 (22)
321.44 (67)
962.9i (29)
641.48 (49)
833.84 (36)
439.66 (63)
543.27 (59)
750.63 (41)
43.44 (31)
956.83 (30)
1,26b.92 (15)
588.12 (56)
618.41 (53)
919.34 (33)
81.87 (28)
1,263.34 (16)
1,070.43 (23)
576.45 (58)
1.86.24 ( 63
1,299.50 (13)
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$ 736.52 (65)
737.85 (64)
816.25 (49)
823.33 (48)
880.70 (33)
939.11 (22)
900.13 (29)
1,344.00 ( 1)
1,118.89 ( 6)
975.06 (20)
1,242.26 ( 2)
842.41 (42)
1,049.56 ( 8)
870.21 (34)
990.89 (18)
691.83 (66)
567.31 (67)
1,134.06 ( 5)
778.17 (59)
753.04 (b2)
1,025.67 (11)
868.20 (35)
t,153.76 ( 3)
1,024.76 (12)
904.71 (21)
856.44 (38)
868.19 (36)
1,006.23 (14)
798.67 (57)
804.11 (55)
1,042.41 ( 9)
752.47 (03)
825.47 (47)
754.14 (61)
843.74 (41)
997.86 (16)
832.24 (39)
932.71 (24)
938.51 (23)
837.54 (44)
931.33 (26)
997.04 (17)
896.30 (31)
986.44 (19)
83.44 (51)
757.67 (60)
905.46 (27)
1,004.31 (15)
1,016.18 (13)
1.135.01 ( 4)
851.25 (40)
846.28 (43)
931.62 (25)
862.64 (56)
890.53 (30)
812.55 (52)
859.38 (37)
1,036.94 (10)
828.45 (46)
961.67 (28)
814.38 (50)
828.56 (45)
888.86 (32)
787.65 (58)
1.116.47 ( 7)
804.95 (54)
812.53 (53)


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2.19% (58)
3.54 (24)
2.56 (50)
2.59 (48)
3.60 (22)
3.18 (34)
5.18 (8)
5.80 (4)
3.46 (26)
3.09 (37)
5.27 ( 6)
4.04 (16)
2.29 (55)
3.58 (23)
4.81 (11)
1.90 (64)
2.84 (40)
5.52 ( )
3.92 (19)
2.37 (52)
5.08 ( 9)
5.85 ( 3)
3.31 (32)
2.11 (61)
3.73 (21)
4.46 (14)
3.31 (32)
2.78 (42)
2.40 (51)
2.65 (47)
3.81 (20)
2.30 (54)
3.48 (25)
5.92 ( 2)
1.55 (67)
3.45 (27)
2.74 (43)
4.59 (13)
7.59 ( 1)
4.04 (16)
2.96 (38)
2.17 (59)
3.14 (35)
2.35 (53)
3.43 (28)
2.58 (49)
4.81 (11)
1.89 (65)
2.71 (45)
3.39 (29)
2,25 (56)
2.13 (60)
1.99 (63)
1.83 (66)
2.86 (39)
2.83 (41)
3.14 (35)
2.73 (44)
2.02 (62)
.3?8 (31)
3.39 (29)
2.22 (57)
4.92 (10)
2.70 (46)
5.24 ( 7)
4.03 (18)
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77.05% (22)
72.49 (55)
78.01 (15)
77.10 (21)
75.91 (35)
78.20 (141
.2,.5 (54)
72.25 (57)
72.35 (56)
77.13 (20)
73.30 (49)
76.20 (32)
80.30 ( 1)
78.57 (10)
b8.18 (66)
78.30 (13)
77.52 (19)
74.20 (43)
74.82 (41)
78.61 (9)
69.47 (64)
71.58 (60)
73.54 (47)
69.47 (64)
72.94 (53)
76.43 (28)
73.02 (52)
79.82 ( 2)
76.73 (27)
73.12 (51)
75.75 (36)
78.77 ( 8)
73.13 (50)
67.78 (67)
79.35 ( 5)
76.26 (31)
76.28 (30)
74.90 (40)
72.08 (58)
73.o3 (46)
74.19 (44)
76.00 (33)
75.26 (37)
75.02 (39)
75,05 (38)
76.94 (24)
70.12 (63)
76.97 (23)
77.55 (18)
77.96 (16)
76.77 (26)
79.78 (3)
79.24 (6)
78.55 (11)
76.84 (25)
76.29 (29)
74.50 (42)
79.19 ( 7)
78.46 (12)
77.93 (17)
73.78 (45)
75.97 (34)
71.41 (61)
79.37 ( 4)
70.79 (62)
73.35 (48)
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5.15 Percent of Current Expense Devoted to Operation of Plant. 1968-69

SOURCE: Computed from data in District Superintendents' Annual Financial
Report, 1968-69

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

5.16 Percent of Current Expense Devoted to Maintenance of Plant. 1968-69

SOURCE: Computed from data in District Superintendents' Annual Financial
Report 1968-69

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.

5.17 Percent of Current Expense Devoted to Auxiliary Services. 1968-69

SOURCE: Computed from data in District Superintendents' Annual Financial
Report, 1968-69

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

5.18 Percent of Current Expense Devoted to Fixed Charges 1968-69

SOURCE: Computed from data in District Superintendents' Annual Financial
Report 1968-69

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

5.19 Current Expense Per Pupil in ADA (K-12), 1968-69

SOURCE: Computed from data in District Superintendents' Annual Financial
Report, 1968-69 and Principals' Annual Report on Attendance,
1968-69


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Percent of Percent of Percent of Percent of Current Expense
Current Expense Current Expense Current Expense Current Expense Per Pupil in
Counties Devoted to Devoted to Devoted to Devoted to ADA (K-12)
Operation of Plant Maintenance Auxiliary Services Fixed Charges 1968-69
1968-69 1968-69 1968-69 1968-69



Percent Rank Percent Rank Percent Rank Percent Rank Amount Rank
Alachua 6.38% (18) 2.68% (33) 6.17% (34) 5.53% (62) $ 615.76 (55)
Baker 5.58 (37) 2.55 (38) 10.30 ( 5) 5.54 (60) 640.55 (50)
Bay 5.25 (45) 3.10 (20) 4.73 (49) 6.35 (29) 613.37 (56)
Bradford 5.94 (29) 2.76 (29) 5.26 (41) 6.36 (28) 726.30 (19)
Brevard 7.20 ( 8) 2,90 (24) 3.77 (59) 6.62 (13) 602.97 (59)
Broward 6.39 (17) 2.72 (31) 2.77 (65) 6.75 (10) 709.28 (26)
Calhoun 5.35 (41) 2.24 (51) 8.55 (14) 5.92 (48) 869.84 ( 6)
Charlotte .. 5.80 (33) 4.09 ( 4) 5.62 (38) 6.44 (23) 978.47 ( 1)
Citrus 7.70 ( 2) 2.19 (52) 7.40 (22) 6.90 ( 9) 861.79 ( 7)
Clay 4.66 (59) 2,82 (28) 5.26 (41) 7.04 ( 5) 586.28 (62)


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


6.93 (10)
4.29 (62)
5.97 (28)
4.76 (57)
7.56 ( 3)
7.49 ( 4)
6.73 (11)
5.76 (35)
5.80 (33)
3.88 (67)
5.17 (48)
6.40 (16)
5.53 (38)
5.88 (30)
5.35 (41)
6.56 (13)
6.32 (21)
4.03 (63)
7.27 ( 6)
3.90 (66)
6.12 (25)
3.98 (65)
4.80 (55)
4.68 (58)
6.20 (23)
6.37 (20)
6.58 (12)
4.94 (52)
5.86 (31)
4.95 (51)
8.13 ( 1)
6.14 (24)
6.12 (25)
6.52 (15)
5.33 (44)
5.14 (49)
7.08 (9)
7.44 ( 5)
4.49 (61)
6,23 (22)
5.84 (32)
7.25 ( 7)
4.92 (53)
5.23 (46)
5.09 (50)
6.38 (18)
4.83 (54)
5.49 (39)
5.61 (36)
4.57 (60)
5.40 (40)
5.23 (46)
6.53 (14)
6.03 (27)
5.34 (43)
4.00 (64)
4 78 (5s\


6.26%


2.67 (34)
2.10 (56)
2.90 (24)
2.76 (29)
3.01 (23)
3.80 ( 6)
3.62 (10)
2.25 (50)
5.09 ( 2)
2.18 (53)
3.63 ( 9)
3.21 (16)
3.36 (13)
1.94 (59)
2.59 (37)
1.80 (61)
2.13 (54)
2.35 (47)
3.21 (16)
1.40 (65)
2.45 (40)
1.23 (66)
2.53 (39)
.75 (67)
2.45 (40)
2.37 (45)
3.47 (12)
2.89 (26)
1.45 (64)
3.34 (1.4)
3.14 (19)
2.61 (36)
3.52 (11)
5.56 ( 1)
3.03 (22)
3.27 (15)'
3.19 (18)
3.69 ( 8)
1.55 (63)
2.44 (42)
2.43 (44)
2.29 (49)
2.72 (31)
2.87 (27)
2.35 (47)
2.10 (56)
2.37 (45)
3.05 (21)
2.44 (42)
1.95 (58)
4.06 ( 5)
1.90 (60)
3.71 ( 7)
2.64 (35)
4.18 ( 3)
2.13 (54)
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5.35 (40)
7.58 (20)
2.15 (67)
3.76 (60)
10.1.3 ( 8)
3.12 (63)
4.85 (47)
4.83 (48)
4.71 (51)
6.82 (26)
10.16 ( 7)
7.59 (19)
6.73 (27)
14.02 ( 2)
8,88 (12)
4.38 (53)
9.66 (10)
4.06 (57)
4.13 (54)
13.26 ( 3)
5.26 (41)
7.87 (18)
10.09 ( 9)
16.02 ( 1)
4.73 (49)
4.86 (46)
4.67 (52)
6.70 (28)
7.49 (21)
8.20 (16)
5.05 (44)
5.78 (37)
5.92 (36)
4.08 (56)
7,02 (25)
6.33 (32)
8.13 (17)
2.43 (66)
6.66 (30)
3.60 (61)
6.28 (33)
2.94 (64)
4.10 (55)
5.57 (39)
6.55 (31)
6.70 (28)
9.03 (11)
3.45 (62)
4.90 (45)
6.14 (35)
7.31 (24)
8.87 (13)
7.33 (23)
3.91 (58)
8.48 (15)
10.18 ( 6)
11 39 ( 4)


6.48 (21)
5.78 (52)
6.41 (25)
6.57 (16)
6.32 (30)
5.34 (64)
4.44 (67)
7.44 ( 3)
5.66 (56)
6.15 (36)
6.50 (20)
5.36 (63)
7.53 ( 2)
6.59 (15)
6.52 (19)
6.37 (26)
5.56 (59)
6.96 ( 8)
6.26 (33)
5.66 (56)
6.62 (13)
5.85 (49)
5.96 (46)
4.86 (66)
5.70 (54)
6.68 (11)
6.25 (34)
5.98 (44)
5.54 (60)
.584 (50)
6.54 (18)
7.30 ( 4)
6.04 (42)
6.48 (21)
6.14 (37)
- 5.75 (53)
6.67 (12)
7.58 ( 1)
7.03 ( 6)
6,37 (26)
6.42 (24)
5.62 (58)
7.03 ( 6)
5.95 (47)
l I 6,31 (31)
5.69 (55)
6.13 (38)
6.09 (39)
6.57 (16)
6.02 (43)
6.06 (41)
5.82 (51)
6.09 (39)
5.34 (64)
5.97 (45)
6.31 (31)
6.20 (35)


860.70 ( 8)
679.21 (36)
748.74 (17)
644.25 (47)
759.95 (16)
576.75 (64)
576.59 (65)
768.31 (15)
659.50 (44)
589.21 (61)
912.02 ( 2)
904.17 (3)
720.03 (23)
774.93 (13)
696.82 (33)
605.59 (57)
721.37 (21)
706.45 (28)
604.52 (58)
724.13 (20)
707.57 (27)
665.48 (41)
667.27 (39)
828.73 (10)
715.92 (25)
666.31 (40)
684.50 (35)
802.63 (12)
883.47 ( 4)
702.40 (30)
721.02 (22)
650.17 (46)
701.81 (31)
675.15 (38)
633.79 (53)
566.83 (67)
593.41 (60)
628.18 (54)
652.04 (45)
822.56 (11)
582.64 (63)
695.68 (34)
642.51 (48)
638.55 (55)
675.94 (37)
641.34 (49)
663.75 (42)
834.32 ( 9)
572.31 (66)
705.63 (29)
718.76 (24)
697.83 (32)
745.79 (18)
661.37 (43)
874.31 ( 5)
635.10 (52)
769.62 (14)


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Total Outstanding Total Debt Debt Service Debt Service
Outstanding Indebtedness Service Payment Per Expenditures
Counties Indebtedness, Per All Funds Instruction as a Percent
as of Instruction (Principal Unit, Grades 1-12 of Revenue
June 30, 1969 Unit & Interest) All Funds Receipts
1968-69 1968-69 1968-69 1968-69


Amount Rank Amount Rank Amount Rank Amount Rank Percent Rank


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citurs
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


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TOTAL $513,395,860 $8,717.17 $54,821,859 $930.84 5.30%


$15,804,500 ( 9)
534,848 (56)
3,530,000 (27)
2,389,123 (31)
44.221.333 (3)
75,003,716 ( 1)
808,000 (55)
2,688,000 (30)
1,919,640 (35)
1.531.295 (41)
6,928,000 (18)
1,664,657 (39)
50,522,000 ( 2)
1,380,000 (44)
1.117.750 (49)
39,731,000 ( 4)
8,924,139 (17)
198,000 (65)
370,000 (61)
1.190.000 (47)
410,000 (60)
1,250,000 (46)
3,889,239 (23)
1,687,532 (38)
1.440.199 (43)
946,500 (52)
1,597,000 (40)
907,500 (54)
19,327,800 ( 7)
466.000 (58)
4,132,000 (22)
915,000 (53)
240,000 (63)
139,000 (67)
4.955.000 (21)
9,389,000 (15)
15,334,500 (10)
980,650 (51)
460,000 (59)
349,000 (62)
5,357,856 (20)
5,461,831 (19)
2,222,800 (33)
3,541,000 (26)
2.278.500 (32)
9,936,000 (14)
1,485,000 (42)
31,162,000 ( 6)
197,000 (66)
37.698.000 ( 5)
2,998,000 (29)
13,464,353 (11)
8,995,000 (16)
1,270,500 (45)
3.366.000 (28)
3,691,925 (25)
3,844,782 (24)
16,025,167 ( 8)
10,614,000 (13)
215.000 (64)
2,148,500 (34)
1,902,000 (37)
1,059,000 (50)
11,643,500 (12)
1.159.728 (48)
1,911,000 (36)
475 500 (57)


$16,639.29 (10)
4,830.19 (50)
4,483.96 (52)
11,889.14 (20)
16.659.32 ( 9)
15,240.19 (13)
7,264.88 (43)
18,476.76 ( 5)
12,395.17 (17)
4.894.18 (49)
23,145.02 ( 3)
5,824.54 (46)
5,107.94 (47)
11,374.87 (21)
16.059.62 (12)
7,908.19 (38)
4,523.24 (51)
3,427.97 (58)
4,924.14 (48)
2.404.86 (62)
8,360.52 (36)
27,466.49 ( 2)
31,128.84 ( 1)
16,192.01 (11)
10.084.00 (28)
7,665.20 (40)
10,972.17 (23)
3,261.45 (59)
4,410.68 (53)
3.700.17 (57)
12,212,92 (19)
2,237.76 (63)
1,836.26 (65)
3,905.59 (55)
7.453.03 (41)
12,372.18 (18)
16,675.00 ( 8)
6,242.99 (45)
10,407.24 (25)
2.018.15 (64)
6,728,27 (44)
7,766.44 (39)
9,687.09 (30)
8,579.66 (34)
8.713.52 (33)
9,514.87 (31)
13,671.51 (16)
9,042.39 (32)
969.39 (67)
13.909.52 (15)
7,419.32 (42)
3,921.29 (54)
3,728.45 (56)
2,993.56 (60)
11.211.40 (22)
7,930.58 (37)
9,829.17 (29)
19,692.01 ( 4)
14,028.36 (14)
1.425.72 (66)
10,331.81 (26)
10,472.99 (24)
17,072.38 ( 6)
8,529.53 (35)
16.945.17 ( 7)
10,302.44 (27)
2.939.17 (61)


$ 865,559 (14)
62,641 (57)
558,480 (21)
233,217 (33)
3.813.043 ( 5)
7,297,831 ( 1)
74,582 (55)
233,197 (34)
174,096 (40)
188.274 (36)
667,728 (17)
226,946 (35)
4,894,073 ( 3)
112,804 (46)
95.387 (48)
4,115,925 ( 4)
1,400,813 (10)
37,800 (63)
56,360 (59)
92.254 (50)
7,227 (67)
83,149 (53)
280,497 (30)
177,261 (38)
152.610 (41)
140,788 (42)
87,616 (52)
140,315 (43)
2,856,199 ( 7)
58.442 (58)
349,180 (27)
126,774 (44)
53,572 (60)
11,015 (66)
608.224 (19)
782,965 (16)
789,058 (15)
110,651 (47)
50,467 (61)
68.177 (56)
655,402 (18)
590,818 (20)
43,255 (62)
416,876 (24)
275.081 (32)
907,515 (13)
120,788 (45)
6,864,927 ( 2)
30,773 (65)
3.159.580 ( 6)
290,425 (29)
2,698,397 ( 8)
1,015,957 (11)
443,909 (23)
393.512 (25)
310,924 (28)
358,828 (26)
1,003,586 (12)
513,490 (22)
35.962 (64)
280,089 (31)
181,382 (37)
79,890 (54)
1,657,866 ( 9)
95.052 (49)
174,476 (39)
87.790 (51)


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$ 911.27 (33)
565.70 (53)
709,40 (44)
1,160.57 (17)
1.436.47 ( 8)
1,482.86 ( 7)
670.58 (47)
1,602.94 ( 6)
1,124.14 (20)
601.75 (52)
2,230.74 ( 2)
794.07 (39)
494.80 (56)
929.80 (30)
1.370.50 (10)
819.24 (38)
710.00 (43)
655.81 (49)
750.06 (41)
186.43 (65)
147.36 (67)
1,827.04 ( 4)
2,245.05 ( 1)
1,700,83 ( 5)
1.068.54 (22)
1,140.16 (19)
601.96 (51)
504.27 (55)
651.79 (50)
464.04 (57)
1,032.06 (25)
310.04 (61)
409.88 (59)
309.49 (62)
914.85 (32)
1,031.73 (26)
858.03 (35)
704.42 (45)
1,141.78 (18)
394.24 (60)
823.03 (37)
840.11 (36)
188.50 (64)
1,010.07 (27)
1.051.97 (23)
869.05 (34)
1,112,02 (21)
1,992.02 ( 3)
151.42 (66)
1.165.79 (16)
718.73 (42)
785.86 (40)
421.11 (58)
1,045.94 (24)
1.310.70 (12)
667.89 (48)
917.34 (31)
1,233.22 (14)
678.67 (46)
238.47 (63)
1,346.90 (11)
998.74 (28)
1,287.92 (13)
1,214.48 (15)
1.388.83 ( 9)
940.62 (29)
542.65 (54C


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5.50% (29)
4.00 (48)
4.70 (40)
8.10 ( 8)
8.30 ( 7)
8.00 ( 9)
3.90 (50)
6.70 (16)
5.70 (25)
3.50 (52)
9.30 ( 4)
4.70 (40)
2.60 (57)
5.60 (27)
7.60 (12)
5.50 (29)
4.90 (37)
3.90 (50)
4.60 (42)
1.40 (64)
.80 (66)
8.50 ( 5)
12.50 ( 2)
10.00 ( 3)
6.30 (19)
6.30 (19)
3.10 (54)
2.90 (55)
4.10 (46)
2.90 (55)
5.40 (32)
2.10 (61)
2.50 (60)
1.80 (62)
5.20 (33)
4.80 (38)
5.20 (33)
4.10 (46)
5.70 (25)
2.60 (57)
5.00 (36)
4.80 (38)
1.00 (65)
5.60 (27)
7.10 (14)
5.20 (33)
6.40 (17)
12.80 ( 1)
.70 (67)
5.50 (29)
4.30 (43)
4.50 (43)
2.60 (57)
7.10 (14)
7.80 (10)
4.00 (48)
5.80 (24)
6.10 (22)
4.20 (45)
1.50 (63)
8.50 ( 5)
6.30 (19)
7.70 (11)
7.20 (13)
6.40 (17)
6.00 (23)
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7.1 School Bus Mileage. Morning Trip Only, 1968-69

SOURCE: "Summary of Mid-Year Transportation Reports of District Superin-
tendents 1968-69 School Year," Department of Education, Trans-
portation Section

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.

7.2 Extra-Curricular Miles Reported. 1968-69

SOURCE: "Summary of Mid-Year Transportation Reports of District Superin-
tendents 1968-69 School Year," Department of Education, Trans-
portation Section

7.3 Percent of Bus Miles Traveled on Unpaved Roads. 1968-69

SOURCE: "Summary of Mid-Year Transportation Reports of District
Superintendents 1968-69 School Year," Department of Education,
Transportation Section

7.4 Percent of Bus Travel on Regular Routes Without Pupils. 1968-69

SOURCE: "Summary of Mid-Year Transportation Reports of District
Superintendents 1968-69 School Year," Department of Education,
Transportation Section


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7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4

School Bus Extra- Percent of Percent of Bus
Mileage, Curricular Bus Miles Travel On Regular
Counties Morning Mileage Traveled on Routes Without
Trip Only Reported Unpaved Roads Pupils
1968-69 1968-69 1968-69 1968-69



Miles Rank Miles Rank Percent Rank Percent Rank


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Soto
Dixie
Duval
Eacambia
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
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TOTAL 108,619.0 1,802,712 9.2% 28.8%


2,451.4 (13)
437.2 (56)
1,192.9 (31)
559.8 (49)
5.538.6 ( 4)
4,854.6 ( 7)
505.9 (54)
620.8 (45)
673.5 (43)
1.065.3 (35)
1,041.1 (36)
1,109.2 (32)
6,712.9 ( 1)
338,7 (58)
354.7 (57)
5,636.6 ( 3)
3,734.4 (10)
195.0 (66)
160.0 (67)
1.647.1 (22)
330.0 (60)
276.6 (63)
228.3 (65)
641.8 (44)
556.6 (50)
288.4 (62)
566.9 (48)
604.5 (46)
5,381.4 ( 5)
906.3 (38)
1,078.6 (34)
1,721.6 (20)
780.5 (39)
301.5 (61)
1,289,6 (28)
2,589.0 (12)
1,972.5 (17)
583.6 (47)
267.5 (64)
1.089.4 (33)
1,673.0 (21)
2,094.6 (15)
907.8 (37)
1,334.5 (26)
768.0 (40)
3,056.9 (11)
440.5 (55)
4,932,9 ( 6)
550.6 (51)
3.930.0 ( 8)
1,b02.2 (23)
5,697.5 ( 2)
3,819.8 ( 9)
1,408,8 (25)
1.259.5 (30)
1,522.8 (24)
1,964.9 (18)
1,905.4 (19)
1,976.9 (16)
545.8 (52)
1,320.3 (27)
682.9 (42)
333.4 (59)
2,094.9 (14)
516.0 (53)
1,271.3 (29)
723.5 (41)


55,000 (10)
13,500 (35)
33,670 (14)
3,500 (64)
63.000 ( 6)
29,481 (19)
10,400 (45)
3,500 (64)
12,802 (38)
9.050 (5Q)
27,012 (22)
17,200 (31)
274,270 ( 1)
11,500 (41)
6.700 (54)
(67)
29,082 (21)
2,000 (66)
5,000 (57)
4.800 (62)
10,000 (47)
4,200 (63)
20,500 (26)
5,000 (57)
8.080 (51)
11,000 (43)
11,000 (43)
15,642 (34)
65,288 ( 5)
12.000 (39)
56,000 ( 9)
10,200 (46)
18,316 (28)
7,972 (52)
33.418 (15)
31,405 (17)
59,146 ( 7)
10,000 (47)
4,993 (60)
20.289 (27)
95,675 ( 3)
22,000 (25)
7,500 (53)
42,000 (12)
13.500 (35)
56,310 ( 8)
5,250 (56)
42,000 (12)
12,807 (37)
100,599 ( 2)
25,000 (23)
67,660 ( 4)
53,000 (11)
24,971 (24)
17.500 (29)
30,700 (18)
11,377 (42)
29,220 (20)
17,093 (32)
11.513 (40)
10,000 (47)
6,000 (55)
4,858 (61)
32,026 (16)
17.500 (29)
15,737 (33)
5.000 (57)


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11.0 (34)
30.6 (14)
1.0 (58)
17.8 (21)
1.7 (56)
.3 (62)
33.5 (12)
2.4 (54)
5.3 (43)
16.5 (24)
3.6 (51)
33.2 (13)
.4 (61)
9.2 (35)
17.8 (21)
.1 (64)
8.5 (37)
2.8 (53)
5.6 (42)
13.4 (28)
47.0 ( 4)
23.1 (18)
15.1 (26)
48.2 ( 3)
16.8 (23)
4.0 (49)
16.2 (25)
11.2 (32)
.5 (60)
48.5 (2)
6,9 (40)
44.7 ( 6)
37.4 ( 8)
34.1 (10)
5.1 (44)
S (65)
4.0 (49)
27.5 (17)
12.2 (31)
53,4 ( 1)
11.1 (33)
7.6 (39)
4.7 (46)
S (65)
28.0 (16)
13.0 (29)
.6 (59)
4.8 (45)
4.3 (48)
1.4 (57)
15.1 (26)
S (65)
4.4 (47)
9.0 (36)
3.4 (52)
12.3 (30)
20.0 (19)
.2 (63)
6.5 (41)
8.3 (38)
34.5 ( 9)
29.0 (15)
19.1 (20)
2.1 (55)
33.7 (11)
38.9 ( 7)
46.6 ( 5)


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20.4 (25)
8.8 (47)
26.5 (20)
13.5 (40)
48.8 ( 1)
46.4 (2)
7.4 (52)
22.1 (23)
2.0 (64)
16.5 (31)
27.9 (19)
13.9 (38)
46.4 ( 2)
13.7 (39)
4.1 (58)
40.4 ( 6)
34.2 (13)
11.8 (42)
8.1 (49)
25.0 (21)
.9 (67)
15.4 (33)
18.0 (28)
1.4 (65)
10.2 (44)
2.3 (63)
10.2 (44)
12.6 (41)
37.8 ( 9)
3.6 (60)
21.8 (24)
9.0 (46)
6.4 (56)
7.0 (54)
16.6 (30)
28.4 (18)
24.1 (22)
10.8 (43)
5.8 (57)
2.9 (62)
33.8 (15)
14.5 (36)
30.1 (17)
43.5 ( 4)
14.7 (35)
34.7 (12)
15.0 (34)
36.5 (11)
16.3 (32)
7.4 (52)
14.3 (37)
42.6 ( 5)
33.5 (16)
16.9 (29)
18.1 (27)
37.4 (10)
19.5 (26)
38.0 ( 8)
39.1 ( 7)
4.0 (59)
3.1 (61)
8.3 (48)
8.1 (49)
34.1 (14)
1.0 (66)
6.6 (55)
7.5 (51)


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7.5 Calculated Cost Per Bus Mile. Regular Routes, Passenger Cars, and Activity
Trips, 1968-69

SOURCE: 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.

7.6 Transported Pupils Per Adjusted Bus Mile. 1968-69

SOURCE: Department of Education records, Transportation Section

This is the density index used in computing the Minimum Foundation
Program transportation allocation. It is a derived figure composed
of the loaded AM bus miles plus 10 percent of unpaved bus miles Elus
50 percent of the unloaded AM bus miles less 50 percent of under
18 foot loaded bus miles divided by number of transported pupils.

7.7 Number of Transported Pupils Living Less Than Two Miles from School. 1968-69

SOURCE: "Summary of Mid-Year Transportation Reports of District
Superintendents 1968-69 School Year," Department of Education,
Transportation Section

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.

7.8 Transported Pupils Less Than Two Miles From School as a Percent of Total
Transported Membership, 1968-69

SOURCE: Computed from data in "Summary of Mid-Year Transportation
Reports of District Superintendents 1968-69 School Year,"
Department of Education, Transportation Section


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7.5

Calculated Cost
Per Bus Mile,
Regular Routes,
Counties Passenger Cars,
and Activity
Trips
1968-69


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Btreayard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus

Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Soto
Diaie
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
Nasequ
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


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Number of
Transported
Pupils Living
Less Than Two
Miles from School
1968-69


7.8

Transported
Pupils Less Than
Two Miles From
School as a Percent
of Total Trans-
ported Membership
1968-69


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TOTAL $.408 4.47 40,792 8.80%


Amount Rank
$.440 (16)
.383 (36)
.415 (22)
.412 (24)
467 ( 7)
.475 ( 9)
.361 (46)
.432 (17)
.443 (13)
.419 (19)
.298 (64)
.349 (52)
.408 (25)
.295 (65)
t456 (10)
.471 ( 8)
.583 ( 1)
.407 (27)
.430 (15)
,336 (58)
,354 (51)
.385 (33)
.501 ( 4)
.403 (29)
.524 ( 2),
.322 (62)
.361 (46)
,408 (25)
.481 ( 5)
.333 (60)
.316 (63)
.361 (46)
,342 (54)
.398 (30)
.449 (12)
.256 (67)
.385 (33)
.379 (38)
.377 (39)
.338 (57)
.395 (31)
.329 (61)
.453 (11)
.365 (45)
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.405 (28)
.383 (36)
.418 (21)
.366 (44)
,413 (23).
.291 (66)
.376 (40)
.368 (43)
.359 (50)
.342 (54)
.390 (32)
.384 (35)
.344 (53)
.369 (42)
.424 (18)
.340 (56)
.419 (19)
.335 (59)
.521 ( 3)
.375 (41)
.361 (46)
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7.6

Transported
Pupils Per
Adjusted Bus
Mile
1968-69



Amount Rank
4.04 (22)
3.24 (41)
5.37 ( 9)
3.63 (31)
5.23 (11)
6.05 ( 3)
2.23 (58)
3.43 (38)
3.06 (46)
3.90 (24)
3.64 (30)
2.68 (28)
5.22 (12)
2.83 (49)
2.24 (57l
6.30 ( 2)
6.91 ( 1)
2.79 (50)
1.82 (64)
4.74 (16)
1.75 (65)
1.39 (67)
4.89 (14)
1.67 (66)
3.56 (35)
3.20 (43)
3.65 (29)
3,55 (36)
5.78 ( 6)
2.29 (56)
3.09 (44)
3.23 (42)
2.51 (54)
1.87 (63)
4.43 (1)
3.85 (25)
4.59 (17)
2.43 (55)
1.95 (60)
-94 (t62)
4.40 (19)
3.42 (39)
3.57 (33)
3.06 (46)
3.69 (27)
4.38 (20)
5.36 (10)
5.66 ( 7)
3.98 (23)
4.37 (21
3.79 (26)
4.90 (13)
5.96 ( 5)
3.63 (31)
2.94 (48)
3.57 (33)
3.07 (45)
4.75 (15)
5.58 ( 8)
3.52 (37)
2.11 (59)
3.41 (40)
2.76 (51)
6.03 ( 4)
2.69 (52)
1.95 (60)
2 l (53i


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Number Rank
576 (20)
369 (26)
1072 (11)
154 (41)
(62)
342 (28)
246 (34)
179 (37)
266 (32)
1154 (10)
9 (61)
49 (58)
10 (60)
78 (51)
377 (25)
3397 ( 3)
3081 ( 4)
103 (48)
143 (45)
726 (16)
S (62)
62 (53)
S (62)
101 (49)
150 (43)
134 (46)
242 (36)
814 (13)
1879 ( 7)
57 (56)
S (62)
309 (31)
154 (41)
64 (52)
125 ( 9)
442 (24)
57 (56)
258 (33)
178 (38)
S (62)
613 (18)
133 (47)
657 (17)
97 (50)
515 (21)
4313 ( 1)
166 (39)
3767 ( 2)
62 (53)
351 (27)
929 (12)
2701 ( 5)
1635 ( 8)
463 (23)
(62)
588 (19)
1982 ( 6)
246 (34)
813 (14)
148 (44)
329 (30)
333 (29)
32 (59)
161 (40)
60 (55)
728 (15)
LR7 (22)


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Percent Rank
5.82% (45)
21.47 ( 9)
16.51 (14)
7.21 (42)
(62)
1.45 (58)
18.54 (13)
8.34 (37)
11.44 (24)
21.64 (8)
.31 (60)
1.81 (56)
.04 (61)
7.74 (38)
34.06 ( 1)
10.07 (30)
14.64 (18)
15.56 (17)
31.92 ( 2)
9.81 (32)
S (62)
11.61 (23)
S (62)
8.71 (35)
6.73 (44)
11.71 (22)
10.49 (29)
29.65 ( 3)
7.29 (41)
2.73 (52)
S (62)
5.80 (46)
7.16 (43)
11.27 (26)
18.62 (12)
5.61 (47)
.65 (59)
15.61 (16)
25.46 ( 6)
(62)
10.62 (28)
1.85 (55)
19.08 (11)
2.65 (53)
16.31 (15)
26.42 ( 5)
9.27 (34)
12.85 (20)
3.01 (50)
2.06 (54)
12.62 (21)
9.53 (33)
7.53 (39)
9.86 (31)
(62)
11.34 (25)
28.21 ( 4)
2.90 (51)
8.38 (36)
7.40 (40)
11.11 (27)
14.15 (19)
3.40 (59)
1.48 (57)
4.60 (48)
22.33 ( 7)
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Transported ADA as a Percent of Total ADA (K-12) 1968-69


SOURCE: Computed from Principals' Annual Report on Attendance, 1968-69

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

7.10 Number of School Bus Drivers. 1968-69

SOURCE: "Summary of Mid-Year Transportation Reports of District
Superintendents 1968-69 School Year," Department of Education,
Transportation Section

7.11 Percent of School Bus Drivers Who Were Female. 1968-69

SOURCE: Computed from data in "Summary of Mid-Year Transportation
Reports of District Superintendents 1968-69 School Year,"
Department of Education, Transportation Section

7.12 Average Monthly Salary of Bus Drivers of County-Owned School Buses. 1968-69

SOURCE: "Summary of Mid-Year Transportation Reports of District
Superintendents 1968-69 School Year," Department of Education,
Transportation Section


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7.9 7.10 7.11 7.12

Transported Number of Percent of Average Monthly
ADA as a School Bus School Bus Salary of Bus
Counties Percent of Drivers Drivers Who Drivers of
Total ADA 1968-69 Were Female County Owned
(K-12) 1968-69 School Buses
1968-69 1968-69


Percent Rank Number 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


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TOTAL 30.49% 3,560 67.58% $241.26


43.63% (36)
52.91 (24)
31.25 (59)
51.20 (25)
32.02 (57)
21.66 (65)
48.12 (32)
59.38 (13)
63.19 ( 9)
49.07 (30)~
48.15 (31)
40.11 (47)
11.27 (67)
34.58 (52)
49.90 (28)
24.89 (63)
40.82 (46)
43.37 (37)
17.23 (66)
63.77 ( 8)
59.01 (14)
41.23 (43)
36.58 (51)
51.03 (26)
57.64 (16)
32.68 (55)
58.98 (15)
31.67 (58)
24.49 (64)
73.85 ( 3)
38.71 (48)
62.72 (10)
69.73 (4)
64.92 (6)
37.16 (50)
41.30 (42)
41.23 (43)
41.53 (41)
56.96 (18)
56.43 (19)
37.32 (49)
44.73 (33)
54.25 (21)
34.02 (53)
44.56 (34)
42.28 (39)
84.78 ( 2)
29.06 (61)
41.96 (40)
28.26 (62)
57.56 (17)
29.75 (60)
34.02 (53)
44.49 (35)
50.44 (271
40.92 (45)
53.79 (22)
42.55 (38)
49.56 (29)
S54,61, (20)
64.19 ( 7)
53.74 (23)
66.97 ( 5)
32.29 (56)
86.75 ( 1)
60.65 (12)
1A 99 11


86 (LZ)
19 (54)
45 (28)
22 (50)
158 ( 4)
102 (11)
18 (55)
21 (52)
26 (44)
50 (24)
32 (39)
39 (31)
180 (2)
10 (63)
16 (56)
194 (1)
141 (7)
10 (63)
6 (67)
59 (18)
13 (59)
9 (65)
12 (60)
24 (46)
25 (45)
11 (62)
23 (48)
22 (50)
157 ( 5)
33 (36)
37 (33)
65 (15)
28 (41)
12 (60)
51 (23)
59 (18)
68 (14)
24 (46)
9 (65)
37 (33)
55 (21)
61 (16)
33 (36)
37 (33)
34 (38)
128 (10)
15 (57)
173 ( 3)
23 (48)
142 ( 6)
50 (24)
133 (9)
137 (8)
39 (31)
40 (30)
48 (27)
72 (13)
55 (21)
61 (16)
27 (43)
43 (29)
28 (41)
14 (58)
58 (20)
20 (53)
49 (26)
19 fa\Q


61.63% (37)
63.16 (36)
20.00 (60)
68.18 (32)
91.77 (5)
99.02 (3)
44.44 (51)
71.43 (28)
57.69 (41)
80.00 (17)
53.13 (45)
46.15 (48)
100.00 ( 1)
100.00 ( 1)
75.00 (22)
84.54 (13)
75.89 (21)
60.00 (38)
50.00 (46)
8.47 (64)
38.46 (55)
88.89 ( 9)
33.33 (56)
29.17 (58)
84.00 (14)
72.73 (26)
65.22 (35)
45.45 (50)
91.08 ( 7)
(66)
78.38 (19)
6.15 (65)
14.29 (63)
16.67 (61)
78.43 (18)
67.80 (33)
45.59 (49)
91.67 ( 6)
66.67 (34)
(66)
58.18 (40)
72.13 (27)
39.39 (54)
72.97 (25)
55.88 (42)
74.22 (24)
86.67 (10)
80.35 (16)
69.57 (31)
83.80 (15)
70.00 (30)
40.60 (53)
74.45 (23)
89.74 ( 8)
55.00 (43)
93.75 ( 4)
47.22 (47)
78.18 (20)
85.25 (12)
59.26 (39)
44.19 (52)
32.14 (57)
71.43 (28)
86.21 (11)
55.00 (43)
26.53 (59)
I5 6 (62)


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$262.52 ( 9)
178.97 (56)
255.82 (11)
195.91 (40)
281.83 ( 4)
393.49 (1)
180.28 (55)
214.79 (20)
201.87 (34)
150.03 (65)
200.63 (35)
205.44 (30)
290.47 ( 3)
188.33 (48)
220.53 (16)
S (67)
273.75 ( 6)
165.00 (62)
221.67 (13)
L25.00 (58)
183.46 (51)
189.07 (46)
218.83 (17)
199.17 (37)
268.73 ( 7)
184.19 (50)
184.78 (49)
174.45 (59)
263.93 ( 8)
189.39 (45)
181.05 (54)
152.61 (64)
210.00 (24)
199.58 (36)
195.62 (41)
205.47 (29)
162.43 (63)
148.00 (66)
208.89 (27)
210.00 (24)
196.09 (39)
206.77 (28)
203.31 (33)
261.62 (10)
188.70 (47)
171.91 (61)
181.67 (53)
203.63 (32)
198.00 (38)
212.51 (23)
178.10 (57)
302.54 ( 2)
190.40 (42)
205.35 (31)
213.65 (22)
215.95 (19)
224.17 (12)
209.82 (26)
220.97 (15)
172.59 (60)
214.65 (21)
217.50 (18)
190.00 (43)
279.66 ( 5)
190.00 (43)
183.00 (52)
221.47 (14)






VIII SCHOOL FOOD SERVICES


8.1 Total School Level Expenditures for School Food Service Programs. 1968-69

SOURCE: 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.

8.2 Average Value of Food Per Lunch Served. 1968-69

SOURCE: Department of Education records, School Food Service Section

8.3 Average Labor Cost Per Meal Served. 1968-69

SOURCE: Department of Education records, School Food Service Section

8.4 Percent of Lunches Served Free or at Reduced Price. 1968-69

SOURCE: 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.

8.5 Percent Participation in Federally Reimbursed School Lunch Programs. 1968-69

SOURCE: 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.

8.6 Food Service Personnel Employed. 1968-69

SOURCE: District Superintendents' Annual Report on Personnel,
Attendance and Miscellaneous Summaries, 1968-69

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


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8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 8.5 8.6

Total School Average Value Average Percent of Percent Food Service
Level Expenditure of Food Per Labor Cost Lunches Served Participation Personnel
Counties For School Lunch Served Per Meal Free or At in Federally (Cafeteria
Food Service 1968-69 Served Reduced Price Reimbursed Workers)
Programs 1968-69 1968-69 School Lunch 1968-69
1968-69 Programs
1968-69

Amount Rank Cents Rank Cents Rank Percent nk Percent Rank Number, Rank


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Brovard
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

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


$1,043,205 (14)
136,866 (55)
946,611 (17)
208,499 (39)
2.725.903 ( 9)
4,110,820 ( 4)
149,509 (52)
187,725 (42)
175,511 (45)
340.878 (33)
436,521 (27)
375,675 (31)
11,006,095 ( 1)
106,059 (58)
91.981 (60)
7,662,924 ( 2)
1,942,221 (10)
60,274 (63)
85,202 (61)
580.818 (23)
67,051 (62)
51,897 (65)
156,795 (49)
115,085 (57)
163.710 (48)
180,338 (43)
198,763 (40)
328,284 (34)
6,439,960 ( 3)
139.922 (53)
397,689 (29)
394,974 (30)
133,018 (56)
40,270 (67)
779.804 (20)
986,058 (15)
780,816 (19)
151,282 (51)
47,147 (66)
175.400 (46)
1,122,500 (13)
909,733 (18)
190,984 (41)
403,042 (28)
369.236 (32)
1,256,502 (12)
151,932 (50)
3,145,298 ( 7)
283,008 (36)
2.917.034 ( 8)
483,916 (26)
3,862,752 ( 5)
3,380,530 ( 6)
526,184 (24)
325.744 (35)
642,988 (22)
522,227 (25)
973,531 (16)
743,203 (21)
173.495 (47)
221,399 (37)
219,301 (38)
57,223 (64)
1,513,712 (11)
100.419 (59)
139,095 (54)
176.700 (44)


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28.3o (54)
27.5 (ol)
36.1 ( 2)
29.4 (41)
35.7 ( 3)
29.7 (39)
38.7 ( 1)
30.3 (31)
31.5 (17)
28.1 (57)
28.6 (46)
28.5 (48)
28.5 (48)
28.7 (45)
30.1 (34)
33.5 ( 5)
27.0 (62)
32.0 (12)
32.7 (9)
28.1 (57)
31.7 (14)
31.4 (19)
30,7 (26)
32.6 (11)
33.5 ( 5)
30.7 (26)
30.1 (34)
30.4 (30)
28.4 (51)
30.8 (24)
28.2 (56)
30.0 (36)
30.2 (32)
31,7 (14)
32.7 ( 9)
30.0 (36)
28.4 (51)
28.3 (54)
31.5 (17)
31.3 (21)
30.7 (26)
31.4 (19)
26.6 (64)
27.9 (59)
30.9 (23)
30.8 (24)
26.8 (63)
26.4 (65)
31.2 (22)
28.5 (48)
28.4 (51)
27.9 (59)
31.9 (13)
31.7 (14)
29.3 (44)
28.6 (46)
30.2 (32)
26.4 (65)
29.4 (41)
30.7 (26)
34.5 (4)
32.9 (7)
25.3 (67)
29.4 (41)
29.9 (38)
29.6 (40)
92 R ( RA


VIII School Food Services


17.8 (19)
14.4 (43)
16.8 (23)
13.7 (51)
22.0 5)
23.3 ( 3)
16.4 (29)
13.3 (52)
18.2 (14)
16.1 (33)
16.1 (33)
13.9 (49)
17.5 (21)
16.8 (23)
13.0 (55)
8.8 (66)
19.0 ( 8)
20.4 (6)
18.8 (11)
11.9 (58)
14.5 (41)
18.9 (9)
18.9 (9)
10.7 (63)
12.0 (57)
14.1 (46)
13.1 (54)
15.5 (36)
27.1 ( 1)
9.2 (65)
19.5 ( 7)
11.8 (59)
6.2 (67)
11.2 (62)
15.0 (37)
14.7 (40)
14.2 (45)
14.0 (47)
10.5 (64)
14.0 (47)
16.0 (35)
18.0 (17)
16.7 (26)
25.5 ( 2)
17.6 (20)
14.3 (44)
16.2 (32)
17.4 (22)
16.5 (28)
18.4 (13)
14.9 (38)
18.5 (12)
18.1 (16)
18.2 (14)
14.5 (41)
16.7 (26)
18.0 (17)
16.4 (29)
14.9 (38)
13.8 (50)
12.5 (56)
11.8 (59)
11.5 (61)
23.2 ( 4)
16.8 (23)
13.3 (52)
16I4 (29)


TOTAL $68,911,746 29.6, 21.8C 21.1% 69.3% 12,726


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100 ( 1


Washinston


20.f (& )
36.6 (15)
27.6 (25)
12.3 (49)
6.2 (65)
23.3 (29)
82.0 ( 5)
15.3 (42)
21.1 (34)
9.3 (62)
37.4 (14)
14.9 (43)
18.8 (39)
12.6 (47)
100.0 ( 1)
7.5 (64)
29.4 (21)
9.9 (56)
9.5 (59)
716 ( 7)
9,4 (60)
35.3 (17)
44.8 (12)
25.2 (27)
12.5 (48)
10.7 (52)
54.0 ( 9)
10.1 (53)
29.3 (22)
100.0 ( l
35.3 (17)
42.0 (13)
67.2 (8)
100.0 ( 1)
28.8 (23)
23.3 (29)
18.4 (40)
47.3 (10)
77.3 ( 6)
34.6 (19)
12.7 (46)
16.9 (41)
11.6 (51)
6.1 (67)
23.5 (28)
6.2 (65)
25.7 (26)
12.3 (49)
9.6 (58)
45.4 (11)
21.0 (35)
9.8 (57)
9.4 (60)
28.6 (24)
21.6 (32)
21.2 (33)
10.0 (55)
7.8 (63)
35.8 (16)
10.1 (53)
13.2 (45)
30.3 (20)
22.9 (31)
20.7 (37)
14.6 (44)
19.7 (38)
100.0 ( 1)


84.0 ( 7)
76.4 (29)
78.3 (21)
55.7 (64)
71.5 (45)
87.8 ( 3)
82.0 (13)
66.1 (56)
70.8 (48)
85.5 ( 5)
76.6 (27)
63.0 (58)
54.2 (66)
80.4 (17)
55.3 (65)
67.3 (55)
62.4 (59)
61.9 (60)
81.6 (15)
94.3 ( 1)
73.9 (32)
67.6 (54)
72.2 (42)
71.5 (45)
83.7 ( 9)
83.2 (10)
72.7 (38)
73.4 (35)
76.5 (28)
79.5 (18)
72.8 (36)
83.0 (11)
84.6 ( 6)
72.5 (39)
76.7 (26)
59.1 (63)
69.2 (51)
82.5 (12)
65.7 (57)
88.6 ( 2)
72.5 (39)
74.7 (31)
59.9 (62)
87.4 ( 4)
72.8 (36)
81.3 (16)
73.5 (33)
76.8 (25)
72.3 (41)
84.0 ( 7)
70.4 (50)
79.0 (19)
71.5 (45)
70.8 (48)
78.5 (20)
74.9 (30)
78.2 (22)
72.0 (43)
67.7 (53)
68.3 (52)
77.4 (23)
73.5 (33)
61.0 (61)
82.0 (13)
52.1 (67)
76.9 (24)


173 (1O)
22 (54)
160 (18)
41 (38)
594 (9)
909 (4)
22 (54)
34 (40)
31 (43)
89 (29)
83 (30)
77 (31)
2,370 ( 1)
22 (54)
15 (59)
1,004 ( 2)
323 (10)
10 (63)
14 (60)
115 (23)
11 (62)
9 (65)
29 (45)
18 (58)
29 (45)
33 (42)
27 (50)
75 (32)
965 ( 3)
19 (57)
90 (28)
73 (33)
27 (50)
7 (67)
153 (19)
190 (13)
130 (21)
28 (48)
8 (66)
31 (43)
175 (15)
190 (13)
42 (37)
94 (27)
69 (34)
245 (11)
23 (53)
624 ( 6)
52 (36)
610 ( 8)
106 (24)
754 (5)
620 (7)
100 (25)
62 (35)
120 (22)
95 (26)
169 (17)
148 (20)
35 (39)
28 (48)
34 (40)
10 (63)
194 (12)
13 (61)
25 (52)
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IX VITAL STATISTICS


Land Area (Sauare Miles)

SOURCE: "Area Measurement Reports, 1965" U. S. Department of
Commerce.

Average Poulation 1968 Per Sauare Mile

SOURCE: "Provisional Estimates of the Population of Florida Counties
for July 1, 1969 and Revisions for July 1, 1968," Bulletin No. 21,
Bureau of Economic and Business Research, University of Florida.
Average computed by State Department of Education, Bureau
of Research.

Percent of Resident 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.

Provisional Mid-Year Population Estimate. 1969

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 Business Research, University of Florida
Dated December, 1968. Population figures are rounded to nearest
100.

Estimated Percent of Population Change From April 1960 to July 1. 1969

SOURCE: Computed from data contained in "Provisional Estimates of the
Population of Florida Counties for July 1, 1968 and Revisions
for July 1, 1967, "Bulletin No. 21 Bureau of Economic and
Business Research, University of Florida dated December, 1969.


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9.1 9.2 9.3 9.4 9.5

Land Area Average Percent of Provisional Estimated
(Square Population Resident Mid-Year Percent of
Counties Miles) Per Square Population Population Population
Mile Born In Estimate Change From
1968 Florida, 1960 July 1, 1969* April 1960 to
July 1969


Number Rank Number RBank Pfrcent Rank Number Rank Percent Rank


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


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Suwannee 685.8 (36) 25,08 (39) 79.60 ( 7) 17,200 (39) 14.67 (42)
Taylor 1050.6 (12) 12.75 (58) 69.08 (18) 13,400 (46) 1.52 (63)
Union 241.0 (67) 25.73 (38) 64.76 (24) 6,500 (60) 8.33 (50)
Volusia 1061.9 (10) 158.58 (11) 32.82 (57) 168,400 (11) 34.40 (17)
Wakulla 600.6 (44) 9.49 (63) 80.73 ( 4) 5.700 (61) 7.55 (51)
Walton 1052.5 (11) 15.68 (52) 65.93 (22) 16,500 (40) 5.77 (55)
Washington 585.2 (47) 19.82 (47) 76.13 (10) 11.600 (51) 3.57 (62)

TOTAL 54,136.0 117.37 38.09% 6,354,000 28.32%


*Including state universities, hospitals, and prisons.


IX Vital Statistics


915.7 (21)
584.6 (48)
747.4 (30)
293,6 (65)

1218.7 ( 7)
560.8 (51)
702.9 (33)
559.7 (52)
593.0 (45)
2006.2 ( 3)
784.1 (25)
2041.8 ( 1)
647.7 (40)
692,4 (35)
765.8 (28)
664.9 (38)
487.3 (60)
536.3 (56)
512,2 (58)
346.3 (63)
752.8 (29)
564.8 (50)
514.2 (57)
629.3 (41)
1186.7 ( 8)
484.2 (61)
1042.9 (13)
1037.9 (14)
481.8 (62)
506.5 (59)
935.2 (20)
605.2 (42)
548.7 (55)
960.5 (18)
785.0 (24)
670.7 (37)
1082.5 ( 9)
838.6 (23)
702.9 (33)
739.2 (32)
1599.3 ( 5)
556.0 (53)
1034.1 (15)
650.1 (39)
944.3 (19)
777.2 (27)
909.6 (22)
1310.1 ( 6)
2023.0 ( 2)
741.6 (31)
264.8 (66)
1860.7 ( 4)
778.8 (26)
604.7 (43)
583.5 (49)
1031.8 (16)
587.3 (46)
304.9 (64)
1 -' (1 4 {


108.11 (17)
14.20 (54)
93.65 (19)
44,62 (28)
231,.83 ( 9)
433.25 ( 5)
13.91 (55)
30.45 (36)
24.48 (42)
45,36 (27)
16.45 (50)
32.39 (34)
572.53 ( 3)
21.00 (46)
7.37 (64)
675.11 (2)
297.79 ( 7)
10.47 (60)
13.61 (56)
87,86 (20)
9.82 (62)
5.05 (66)
16.82 (49)
15.76 (51)
23.84 (44)
10.45 (61)
27.67 (37)
24.93 (40)
454.76 ( 4)
23.87 (43)
68,71 (24)
39.14 (32)
15.53 (53)
5.29 (65)
69.13 (23)
111.46 (16)
140.15 (13)
12.19 (59)
3.46 (67)
21.06 (45)
114.85 (15)
40.96 (31)
43.53 (30)
60.44 (25)
30,76 (35)
95.31 (18)
12.87 (57)
359.94 ( 6)
17.17 (48)
154.23 (12)
72.82 (22)
1771.15 ( 1)
130.60 (14)
44.17 (29)
54.74 (26)
86.72 (21)
34.60 (33)
185.60 (10)
244.01 ( 8)
2486 (41)


59.29% (30)
78.32 ( 8)
46.18 (41)
70.02 (17)
24.87 (64)
22.81 (65)
77.24 ( 9)
25.46 (63)
52.85 (35)
44.18 (46)
38.02 (50)
74.24 (13)
28.27 (62)
49.09 (37)
71.45 (16)
46.03 (42)
47.35 (39)
48.64 (38)
66.72 (21)
69.05 (19)
81.04 ( 3)
64.51 (25)
65.77 (23)
75.08 (12)
54.67 (32)
54.02 (33)
46.81 (40)
44.71 (45)
45.03 (43)
73.25 (14)
37.87 (51)
72.17 (15)
80.54 ( 5)
85.23 ( 1)
40.93 (47)
36.87 (52)
59.73 (28)
76.10 (11)
80.21 (6)
81.91 (2)
32.42 (59)
59.03 (31)
32.56 (58)
36.11 (53)
60.97 (26)
33.24 (56)
59.67 (29)
29.18 (61)
33.71 (55)
29.73 (60)
34.33 (54)
21.05 (67)
44.90 (44)
59.83 (27)
53.07 (34)
40.90 (48)
49,37 (36)
22.74 (66)
39.17 (49)
69.05 (19)


~


99,000 (13)
8,300 (56)
70,000 (19)
13,100 (49)
234.400 ( 91
528,000 ( 2)
7,800 (58)
21,400 (37)
13,700 (44)
26.900 (32)
33,000 (31)
25,400 (34)
1,169,000 ( 1)
13,600 (45)
5.100 (62)
517,000 (3)
198,000 (10)
5,100 (62)
7,300 (59)
45.000 (25)
3,400 (65)
3,800 (64)
9,500 (54)
8,100 (57)
15.000 (41)
12,400 (50)
13,400 (46)
26,000 (33)
472,000 ( 4)
11.500 (52)
34,800 (28)
36,600 (26)
9,400 (55)
2,900 (66)
66.400 (20)
87,500 (16)
94,000 (14)
13,200 (48)
2,900 (66)
14.800 (42)
84,900 (17)
65,500 (21)
24,200 (35)
62,500 (22)
20,000 (38)
90,000 (15)
10,000 (53)
327,400 ( 6)
22,500 (36)
312.000 ( 7)
54,000 (23)
469,000 ( 5)
243,000 ( 8)
34,400 (29)
33.100 (30)
50,600 (24)
35,700 (27)
109,000 (12)
74,400 (18)
13-800 (43)


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33.60% (18)
12.16 (46)
4.32 (59)
5.65 (56)
110.41 ( 1)
58.13 ( 5)
5.41 (57)
69.84 ( 3)
47.31 ( 8)
37.95 (13)
108.86 ( 2)
26.37 (25)
25.01 (27)
16.24 (39)
13.33 (45)
13.50 (44)
13.92 (43)
10.87 (47)
10.61 (48)
7.14 (52)
17.24 (37)
26.67 (24)
4.04 (61)
5.19 (58)
20.97 (34)
53.09 ( 7)
19.64 (35)
22.07 (32)
24.24 (30)
6.48 (54)
37.55 (14)
1.10 (64)
1.05 (65)
0.00 (66)
15.68 (41)
60.55 ( 4)
26.68 (23)
26.92 (22)
(-6.45) (67)
4.23 (60)
22.69 (31)
26.94 (21)
43.20 (11)
30.48 (19)
16.28 (38)
47.06 ( 9)
56.25 ( 6)
24.25 (29)
18.42 (36)
36.78 (15)
46.74 (10)
25.17 (26)
24.55 (28)
6.83 (53)
10.33 (49)
28.75 (20)
21.02 (33)
41.74 (12)
35.52 (16)
15.97 (40)


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Live Births by Place of Residence, 1968


SOURCE: "Florida Vital Statistics 1968," 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.

9.7 Resident Births Per 1,000 Population, 1968

SOURCE: "Florida Vital Statistics 1968," 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.


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9.6 9.7
LiVe Births by Place Resident Births Per
of Residence, 1968* 1,000 Population, 1968*


A B C A B C
Number Total White Non-White
Number Rank White Non-White Number Rank Number Rank Number Rank
Alachua 1,935 (12) 1,386 549 20.4 (11) 18.9 (12) 25.4 (19)
Baker 182 (52) 135 47 21.9 ( 5) 21.1 ( 4) 24.7 (26)
Bay 1,375 (15) 1,119 256 19.9 (13) 19.0 (10) 25.1 (23)
Bradford 251 (44) 173 78 19.2 (16) 17.3 (23) 25.2 (22)
Brevard 4265 ( 8) 3,668 597 18.5 (18) 17.5 22) 27.5 (8)
Broward 7,716 (4) 5,439 2,277 15.5 (5) 13.1 (51) 2 (10)
Calhoun 141 (58) 119 22 17.8 (31) 17.8 (20) 18.3 (59)
Charlotte 181 (53) 164 17 8.5 (67) 8.0 (67) 21.3 (47)
Citrus 169 (56) 121 48 12.4 (63) 10.1 (63) 30.0 ( 4)
Clay 602 (28) 516 86 24.0 ( 2) 23.6 2) 26.9 (11)
Collier 570 (30) 469 101 18.1 (26) 16.6 (30) 30.6 (3)
Columbia 487 (32) 327 160 19.5 (15) 18.8 (13) 21.1 (49)
Dade 17,354 ( 1) 12,652 4,702 15.2 (53) 13.3 (49) 25.0 (24)
De Soto 215 (47) 141 74 15.7 (49) 13.2 (50) 24.7 (26)
Dixie 112 (60) 87 25 22.4 (4) 20.7 ( 6) 31.3 ( 2)
Duval 9,847 ( 2) 7,114 2,733 19.1 (17) 18.1 (17) 22.5 (40)
Escambia 4,054 ( 9) 3,059 995 20.7 (9) 20.0 ( 8) 23.5 (36)
Flagler 84 (62) 35 49 16.5 (41) 10.9 (62) 25.8 (17)
Franklin 135 (59) 106 29 18.5 (18) 18.6 (14) 18.1 (60)
Gadsden 789 (25) 169 620 17.7 (34) 9.6 (65) 22.9 (39
Gilchrist 52 (65) 43 9 15.3 (52) 14.3 (43) 22.5 (40
Glades 59 (64) 35 24 15.5 (50) 15.9 (34) 15.0 (66)
Gulf 176 (54) 130 46 18.5 (18) 17.6 (21) 21.0 (51)
Hamilton 175 (55) 93 82 21.6 (6) 21.1 (4) 22.2 (44)
Hardee 292 (39) 253 39 19.7 (14) 19.0 (10) 26.0 (15)
Hendry 25 41) 168 86 20.8 (8) 19.1 9) 25.3 (20)
Hernando 191 (50) 142 49 14.3 (55) 13.5 (48) 16.9 (65)
Highlands 436 (34) 275 161 17.1 (38) 13.8 (46) 29.3 ( 5)
Hillsborough 8,209 ( 3) 6,563 1,646 17.8 (31) 16.7 (27) 24.6 (28)
Holmes 150 (57) 139 11 13.0 (60) 12.6 (54) 22.0 (45)
Indian River 601 (29) 390 211 17.4 (37) 14. (41) 28.5 (6)
Jackson 524 (31) 330 194 14.3 (55) 13.1 (51) 17.0 (63)
Jefferson 201 (49) 62 139 21.6 ( 6) 16.8 (26) 24.8 (25)
Lafayette 43 (67) 36 7 14.8 (54) 14.4 (41) 17.5 (61)
Lake 928 (22) 661 267 14.2 (57) 12.7 (53) 20.2 (53)
Lee 1,345 (16) 1,033 312 16.2 (44) 14.7 (39) 24.6 (28)
Leon 1,686 (14) 1,166 520 18.5 (18) 18.3 (15) 19.1 (58)
Levy 224 (46) 143 81 18.1 (26) 16.6 (30) 21.3 (47)
Liberty 52 (65) 40 12 17.9 (28) 16.7 (27) 24.0 (34)
Madison 252 (43) 96 156 16.9 (40) 12.6 (54) 21.4 (46)
Manatee 1,79 (2) 781 298 12.9 ( 11.0 (61) 24.0 (34)
Marion 1,154 (19) 685 469 17.6 (36) 15.3 (35) 22.5 (40)
Martin 390 (35) 276 114 16.3 (43) 14.2 (44) 25.3 (20)
Monroe 1,155 (18) 1,036 119 18.5 (18) 18.2 (16) 20.9 (52)
Nassau 345 (36) 248 97 17.7 (34) 16.6 (30) 21.1 (49
Okaloosa 1,759 (13) 1,583 176 20.7 (9) 20.1 (7) 28.4 7)
Okeechobee 254 (41) 206 48 25.7 (1) 24.5 (1) 32.0 ( 1)
Orange 5,653 ( 5) 4,357 1,296 17.8 (31) 16.2 (33) 26.2 (14)
Osceola 341 (37) 278 63 15.9 (47) 14.6 (40) 26.3 (13)
Palm Beach 4.934 (7) 3.293 1.641 16.2 (44) 13.9 (45) 24.4 (32)
Pasco 654 (26) 564 90 12.6 (62) 12.1 (56) 17.0 (63)
Pinellas 5,089 ( 6) 3,935 1,154 11.3 (65) 9.7 (64) 26.5 (12)
Polk 4,025 (10) 3,030 995 16.5 (41) 15.2 (36) 22.4 (43)
Putnam 622 (27) 415 207 18.3 (23) 17.9 (18) 19.3 (56)
St. Johns 444 (33) 288 156 13.5 (58) 11.6 (58) 19.3 (56)
St. Lucie 908 (23) 499 409 18.3 (23) 15.2 (36) 24.5 (31)
Santa Rosa 793 (24) 729 64 22.5 ( 3) 22.2 ( 3) 25.6 (18)
Sarasota 1,079 (20) 884 195 10.4 (66) 9.4 (66) 20.1 (54)
Seminole 1,335 (17) 971 364 18.3 (23) 16.7 (27) 24.6 (28)
Sumter 251 (44) 150 101 17.9 28) 14.9 (38)25.9 (16)
Suwannee 296 (38) 214 82 17.1 (38) 17.0 (25) 174 (62)
Taylor 271 (40) 186 85 20.1 (12) 17.9 (18) 27.4 ( 9)
Union 82 (63) 56 26 12.4 (63) 11.7 (57) 14.4 (67)
Volusia 2,174 (11) 1,579 595 12.9 (60) 11.1 (60) 23.2 (37)
Wakulla 102 (61) 69 33 17.9 (28) 17.3 (23) 19.4 (55)
Walton 214 (48) 161 53 13.2 (59) 11.6 (58) 23.0 (38)
Washington 187 (51) 129 58 15.8 (48) 13.7 (47) 24.2 (33)
TOTAL 101,904 75,399 26,505 16.4 14.8 24.1

* Large institutional population segments included in resident population bases.
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Resident Illegitimate Live Births. 1968


SOURCE:"Florida Vital Statistics 1968,"Florida State Board of Health

This table gives the number of illegitimate births for the total
population and for the white and non-white population.

9.9 Resident Illegitimate Live Births as a Percent of All Resident Live
Births. 1968

SOURCE:"Florida Vital Statistics 1968' Florida State Board of
Health

This data allows comparison of illegitimate resident births with
total births for the state.

9.10 Percent of Estimated Population Classified as Non-White. 1968

SOURCE: Computed from data in "Florida Vital Statistics 1968,"
Florida State Board of Health

This table gives the percent of the Provisional Mid-Year Population
Estimate for 1968 classified as Non-White. Resident population base
includes institutional population.


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9.8 9.9 9.10

Resident Illegitimate Live Resident Illegitimate Live Percent of
Births 1968 Births As A Percent of All Estimated
Counties Resident Live Births Population
1968 Classified As
Non-White
1968*
Total Number Total Percent

Number Rank White Non-White Percent Rank White Non-White 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
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


335
29
123
57
368
1242
6
21
28
38
72
86
2691
39
8
1504
422
28
15
250
6
15
14
35
23
30
23
67
1026

79
69
66
1
139
192
232
44
8
67
179
228
70
65
47
70
31
796
39
875
66
746
489
102
85
185
37
141
189
51
31
48
9
391
10
27
ia


95
2
35
11
174
422
2
16
12
10
31
15
1116
9
1
476
137
3
2
2
2
3
3
4

9
3
12
444
3
14
6
1
1
411
72
43
6
2
2
37
46
16
36
6
33
7
318
12
205
35
295
133
12
17
29
19
54
46
6
3
6
0
167
2
9
2


240 17.3%
27 15.9
88 8.9
46 22.7
194 8.6
820 16.1
4 4.3
5 11.6
16 16.6
28 6.3
41 12.6
71 17.7
1575 15.5
30 18.1
7 7.1
1028 15.3
285 10.4
25 33.3
13 11.1
248 31.7
4 11.5
12 25.4
11 8.0
31 20.0
12 7.9
21 11.8
20 12.0
55 15.4
582 12.5
3 4.0
65 13.1
63 13.2
65 32.8
0 2.3
98 15.0
120 14.3
189 13.8
38 19.6
6 15.4
65 26.6
142 16.6
182 19.8
54 17.9
29 5.6
41 13.6
37 4.0
24 12.2
478 14.1
27 11.4
670 17.7
31 10.1
451 14.7
356 12.2
90 16.4
68 19.1
156 20.4
18 4.7
87 13.1
143 14.2
45 20.3
28 10.5
42 17.7
9 11.0
224 18.0
8 9.8
18 12.6
16 Q 6


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


IX Vital Statistics


6.9% 43.7%
1.5 57.4
3.1 34.4
6.4 59.0
4.7 32.5
7.8 36.0
1.7 18.2
9.8 29.4
9.9 33.3
1.9 32.6
6.6 40.6
4.6 44.4
8.8 33.5
6.4 40.5
1.1 28.0
6.7 37.6
4.5 28.6
8.6 51.0
1.9 44.8
1.0 40.0
4.7 44.4
8.6 50.0
2.3 23.9
4.3 37.8
4.3 30.8
5.4 24.4
2.1 40.8
4.4 34.2
6.8 35.4
2.2 27.3
3.6 30.8
1.8 32.5
1.6 46.8
2.8 0.0
6.2 36.7
7.0 38.5
3.7 36.3
4.2 46.9
5.0 50.0
2.1 41.7
4.7 47.7
6.7 38.8
5.8 47.4
3.5 24.4
2.4 42.3
2.1 21.0
3.4 50.0
7.3 36.9
4.3 42.9
6.2 40.8
6.2 34.4
7.5 39.1
4.4 35.8
2.9 43.5
5.9 43.6
5.8 38.1
2.6 28.1
6.1 44.6
4.7 39.3
4.0 44.6
1.4 34.1
3.2 49.4
0.0 34.6
10.6 37.6
2.9 24.2
5.6 34.0
1 27.6


22.747%
22.89
14.78
23.66
9.39
16.77
15.19
3.74
11.76
12.75
10.48
30.40
16.49
21.90
16.00
23.53
21.68
37.25
21.92
60.63
11.76
42.11
22.11
45.68
10.14
27.87
21.64
21.57
14.54
4.35
21.45
31.15
60.22
13.79
20.18
15.26
29.89
30.65
17.24
48.99
14.85
31.76
18.83
9.12
23.59
7.29
15.15
15.54
11.16
22.08
10.19
9.69
18.20
31.56
24.55
33.74
7.08
9.33
20.27
27.86
27.17
22.96
27.27
15.24
29.83
14.20
20 31


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


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(52)
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TOTAL 14,529 4,804 9,725 14.3% 6.4X 36.7% 17.737%


*Includes Institutional Population


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9.11 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.

9.12 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 found by dividing the total number of workers in each county in
1960 by the number working within the county in which they lived.

9.13 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.

9.14 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 "regular" public or private school or college. A regular school was
defined as a school in which a personmay advance "toward an elementary
school certificate or high school diploma, or a college, university,
or professional degree."


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9.11 9.12 9.13 9.14

Percent of Percent of Percent of Percent of Population 14-17
Population Workers Whose Employed Years of Age Enrolled in School
Counties 5 Years Old Place of Employ- Persons in
and Older who ment was in the White-Collar
Moved into County in Which Occupations
County Between They Lived, 1960 1960
1955 and 1960 1950 1960

percent R nk Percent Rank Percent Rank Percent Rank Percent Rank


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Soto

Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrtst
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardea
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
W.TMU ^


33.6% (26)
18.1 (58)
33.1 (28)
25.1 (42)
61.9 (2)
49.1 ( 4)
10.7 (66)
62.9 ( 1)
39.7 (17)
41,8 (13)
42.9 (10)
21.1 (49)
25.8 (39)
23.4 (45)
25.2 (41)
23.7 (44)
27,3 (34)
31.4 (31)
26.8 (36)
14.4 (62)
21.1 (49)
30.0 (32)
25,9 (38)
12.0 (65)
25.7 (40)
29.6 (33)
39.1 (19)
33.7 (25)
26.9 (35)
12.5 (63)
38.6 (20)
19.0 (55)
10.4 (67)
20.6 (53)
32.5 (29)
42.1 (12)
32.4 (30)
21.0 (51)
16.9 (61)
12.5 (63)
37.8 (22)
24.5 (43)
43.5 ( 8)
47,9 ( 5)
20.7 (52)
497 ( 3)
43.1 (9)
41.5 (15)
39.2 (18)
35.6 (24)
37.9 (21)
41.7 (14)
26.5 (37)
21.4 (48)
22.0 (47)
33.2 (27)
41.5 (15)
45.3 ( 6)
45.3 ( 6)
20.2 (54)
17.3 (59)
19.0 (55)
42.2 (11)
35.7 (23)
22,3 (46)
17.1 (60)
19.0 (55)


J- *'


IX Vital Statistics


93.85%
77.85
94.79
68.23
93.95
82.67
78.85
88.52
86.66
69.22
94.16
91.55
90.12
82.40
82.98
92.11
93.53
80.19
90.41
91.21
72.14
86.16
90.99
87.12
81.67
84.29
85.54
87.80
89.07
70.45
90.56
86.69
83.55
81.31
88.18
91.93
94.59
84.24
72.80
88.71
82.73
90.79
88.17
92.46
85,04
95.27
88.48
92.03
77,16
92J66
74.99
89.53
91.63
91.05
82.59
85.06
74,09
86.70
67.86
79,70
88.74
94.89
68.47
89.30
68.36
65.79
76.16


TOTAL 32.9% 89o37% 42.5% 82.7% 87.0%


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


45.8% (7)
27.5 (59)
43.6 (12)
31.9 (39)
50.4 ( 2)
44.7 (10)
31.5 (41)
40.8 (15)
37.6 (23)
36.1, (28)
35.2 (33)
33.6 (36)
46.3 ( 6)
29.7 (49)
35.4 (31)
45.4 ( 8)
40.1 (18)
26.9 (60)
27.7 (57)
22.5 (66)
26.8 (61)
18.9 (67)
35,9 (29)
22.8 (65)
28.9 (54)
30.2 (47)
30.6 (44)
34.2 (35)
39.9 (19)
24.3 (63)
37.1 (25)
30.9 (43)
23.6 (64)
28.2 (55)
35,8 (30)
41.0 (14)
53.3 ( 1)
30.5 (46)
36.3 (27)
24.6 (62)
39.6 (20)
36.5 (26)
38.3 (22)
43.0 (13)
30.0 (48)
48.5 (3)
31.5 (41)
45.4 ( 8)
32.9 (37)
38.6 (21)
29.7 (49)
48.1 ( 4)
34.9 (34)
31.9 (39)
40.5 (16)
32.4 (38)
37.5 (24)
47.3 ( 5)
40.2 (17)
29.4 (52)
28.0 (56)
27.6 (58)
29.5 (51)
44.4 (11)
29.2 (53)
30.6 (44)
35.4 (31)


82.8%
79.5
93.1
80.8
89.5
83.3
81.7
84.3
78.2
79.8
63.8
79.4
86.9
83.2
78.3
82.8
83.2
64.7
79.3
65.5
81.4
84.4
88.3
78.0
72.7
74.3
80.5
83.2
83.1
75.3
79.9
81.0
76.8
75.0

84.6
84,6
85.0
81.8
82.5
72.2
83.0
86.6
80.2
77.3
83.5
77.4
76.7
82.8
83.2
81.1
82.2
88.5
81.8
80.6
81.4
72.5
83.5
86.8
81.7
83.4
78.4
82.6
69.4
86.4
87.7
77.6
82.1


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84.7
83.2
88.4
87.2
89.4
86.6
84.6
91.1
80.5
76.3
87.7
88.6
78.4
79.9
85.4
89.1
72.8
81.3
84.0
91.5
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92.0
89.7
75.7
78.9
85.9
90.6
85.2
87.8
85.2
86.1
86.7
91.1
84.8
82.4
88.7
90.6
80.9
89.8
87.3
90.8
87.3
72.5
90.0
86.6
91.8
87.4
88.9
87.2
89.6
87.3
84.8
86.0
90.2
89.2
84.7
87.6
88.0
95.5
88.3
84.2
84.7
89.0
91.7
91.3
94.0


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(18)
(38)
(52)
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(59)
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(62)
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(43)
(20)
(65)
(57)
(54)
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9.15 Percent of Poulation 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.

9.16 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.

9.17 Personal Income. 1968 Per Pupil (1-12) in ADA 1968-69

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

9.18 Per Capita Personal Income. 1968

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.


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9.15 9.16 9.17 9.18


Percent of Population 25 Years and
Older with Less Than 5 Years
of Schooling


Median School
Years Com-
pleted. Persons
25 Years Old
and Over


Personal
Income, 1968,
Per Pupil (1-12)
in ADA
1968-69


1960


P____ercentRank
Alachua 19.00% (35)
Baker 32.39 ( 7)
Bay 15.28 (45)
Bradford 24.49 (22)
Brevard__ 12.57 (57)
Broward 11.54 (59)
Calhoun 25.16 (20)
Charlotte 16.51 (39)
Citrus 15.90 (41)
Clav 13.29 (54)
Collier 28.16 (16)
Columbia 23.88 (25)
Dade 8.02 (66)'
De Soto 14.44 (49)
Dixie 31.12 (11)
Duval 12.56 (58)
Escambia 14.84 (48)
Flagler 31.75 (10)
Franklin 32.03 ( 9)
Gadsden 30.69 (13)
Gilchrist 22.29 (27)
Glades 27.73 (17)
Gulf 26.00 (19)
Hamilton 43.12 ( 2)
Hardee 10.37 (62)
Hendry 19.59 (32)
Hernando 16.19 (40)
Highlands 15.56 (43)
Hillsborough 13.22 (55)
Holmes 31.12 (11)
Indian River 16,54 (38)
Jackson 32.80 ( 8)
Jefferson 44.27 ( 1)
Lafayette 24.58 (21)
Lake 15.00 (47)
Lee 13.65 (51)
Leon 20.56 (30)
Levy 29.78 (14)
Liberty 27.56 (18)
Madison 36.27 ( 3)
Manatee 12.95 (56)
Marion 19.31 (33)
Martin 15.75 (42)
Monroe 8.56 (64)
Nassau 20.89 (29)
Okaloosa 13.97 (50)
Okeechobee 20.28 (31)
Orange 10.27 (63)
Osceola 11.52 (60)
Palm Beach 13.39 (A3)
Pasco 13.51 (52)
Pinellas 7.29 (67)
Polk 15.43 (44)
Putnam 21,43 (28)
St. Johns 16.75 (37)
St. Lucie 15.08 (46)
Santa Rosa 19.07 (34)
Sarasota 8.29 (65)
Seminole 23.47 (26)
Sumter 18.00 (36)
Suwannee 24.35 (23)
Taylor 34.77 ( 5)
Union 35.97 ( 4)
Volusia 10,49 (61)
Wakulla 33.71 ( 6)
Walton 24.20 (24)
WU-hinetnn 29.05 (15)


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Counties


Per Capita
Personal
Income
1968


TOTAL 13.70% 9.19% 10.9 $14,150 $2,853


Percent
13.61%
22.89
10.16
15.73
5,23
6.04
22.23
5.00
9.74
11,70
11.31
19.23
7.49
11.23
24.01
9.55
9.63
22.10
17.87
31.05
16.42
27.56
17.13
31.14
14.11
19.12
13.07
11.77
10.26
21.45
8.75
23.55
31.08
17.22
9.40
9.78
12.79
19.37
21,53
30.59
7.23
16.33
8,16
7.63
16.00
6.52
13.47
7.00
8.29
9,40
10.56
4.55
12.30
15.64
12,54
12.34
11.81
5.87
10.84
15'82 .
23.20
25.66
20.92
6.42
23.49
19.50
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(32)
(11)
(47)
(29)
(65)
(63)
(12)
(66)
(49)
(41)
(42)
(20)
(58)
(43)
( 7)
(51)
(50)
(13)
(22)
( 3)
(25)
( 5)
(24)
(1)
(31)
(21)
(34)
(40)
(46)
(15)
(54)
( 8)
( 2)
(23)
(52)
(48)
(35)
(19)
(14)
( 4)
(59)
(26)
(56)
(57)
(27)
(61)
(33)
(60)
(55)
(52)
(45)
(67)
(38)
(30)
(36)
(37)
(39)
(64)
(44)
(28)
(10)
( 6)
(17)
(62)
( 9)
(18)
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Years
11.5
8.3
11.1
8.8
121
11.9
8.2
10.8
9.3
10.2
10.7
8.8
11.5
9.2
8,3
10.8
10.7
8.9
8.6
7.5
8.6
7.8
9.6
7.7
8.8
8.9
8.9
9.5
10.1
8.0
10.9
8.5
8.1
8.4
10,3
10.8
11.9
8.5
8.5
8.0
10.2
9.5
10.6
10.9
9,0
12.1
9.2
11.8
9.6
11.3
8.9
11.1
9.7
9.4

10.0
10.2
11.6
11.0
9.0
8.3
8.4
8.3
11.5
8.2
8.6
8. 4


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( 7)
(56)
(11)
(44)
( 1)
( 3)
(60)
(16)
(35)
(24)
(19)
(44)
( 7)
(36)
(56)
(16)
(19)
(40)
(47)
(67)
(47)
(65)
(30)
(66)
(44)
(40)
(40)
(32)
(27)
(63)
(14)
(50)
(62)
(53)
(23)
(16)
( 3)
(50)
(50)
(63)
(24)
(32)
(21)
(14)
(38)
( 1)
(36)
( 5)
(30)
(10)
(40)
(11)
(29)
(34)
(22)
(28)
(24)
( 6)
(13)
(38)
(56)
(53)
(56)
( 7)
(60)
(47)
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Amount Rank Amount
$11,834 (25) $2,534
5,335 (63) 1,606
11,118 (28) 2,532
6,882 (52) 1,797
17,111 ( 4) 4.404
13,249 (14) 2,504
5,820 (59) 1,339
14,615 (10) 1,995
9,407 (34) 1,815
5.185 (65) 1.452
13,126 (15) 2,785
7,906 (47) 1,935
19,318 ( 2) 3,413
9,112 (35) 1,914
6.453 (55) 1.695
15,256 ( 9) 3,301
12,904 (17) 2,867
7,797 (49) 1,683
9,607 (30) 1,991
6.019 (58) 1.581
6,459 (54) 1,510
20,925 ( 1) 4,086
11,758 (26) 3,255
8,376 (43) 2,140
9.494 (32) 2.006
15,857 ( 8) 3,417
8,459 (41) 1,930
9,941 (29) 2,174
14,311 (11) 2,833
4.832 (67) 995
12,092 (21) 2,634
7,292 (51) 1,583
5,429 (62) 1,465
8,172 (44) 1,798
11.539 (27) 2.367
12,219 (19) 2,449
12,348 (18) 2,625
7,854 (48) 1,765
6,162 (57) 1,606
5.494 (61) 1.312
12,019 (22) 2,113
8,422 (42) 1,890
13,558 (13) 2,660
15,998 ( 7) 2,225
8.938 (37) 2.380
11,946 (23) 3,063
8,046 (46) 1,949
13,604 (12) 3,067
8,959 (36) 1,770
16313 ( 6) 3.080
9,448 (33) 1,631
16,585 ( 5) 2,555
12,159 (20) 2,546
8,803 (39) 2,227
11.932 (24) 2.200
9,568 (31) 1,984
8,110 (45) 1,839
18,675 ( 3) 2,995
6,814 (53) 1,515
8.471 (40) 1.926
7,636 (50) 1,731
8,827 (38) 2,354
6,344 (56) 2,265
13,105 (16) 2,208
5.231 (64) 1.199
5,059 (66) 1,213
5.742 (60) 1.267


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


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FLORIDA

DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARDS

AUGUST, 1969


SUPERINTENDENT

W. S. Talbot
Alan Harvey
Thomas .C. Todd
Thomas Casey, Jr.
Wayne H. White
Ralph Staten
Howard Johnson
James Longstreth
Roger Weaver
Tn. n n-. ITr


COUNTY

Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Soto
Dixie
Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Aandaden


ADDRESS

1817 E. University Ave., ,Gainesville 32601
P. 0. Box 465, Macclenny 32063
Drawer 820, Panama City 32401
Drawer 939, Starke 32091
P. 0. Box 5, Titusville 32780
P. O. Box 8369, Fort Lauderdale 33310
314 E. Central Avenue, Blountstown 32424
1016 Education Avenue, Punta Gorda 33950
P. 0. Box 38, Inverness 32650
Box 488. Green Cove Springs 32043
Collier County Courthouse, Naples 33940
P. 0. Box 1148, Lake City 32055
1410 N. E. 2nd Avenue, Miami 33132
Box 111, Arcadia 33821
P. O. Box "G", Cross City 33628
508 Duval County Courthouse, Jacksonville 32202
P. O. Box 1470, Pensacola 32502
P. O. Box 755, Bunnell 32010
Drawer 70, Apalachicola 32320
P. O. Box 818, Quincy 32351


Gilchrist Eli M. Read P. 0. Box 13-1, Trenton 32693
Glades L. E. Strope P. 0. Box 458, Moore Haven 33471
Gulf R. Marion Craig P. 0. Box 969, Port St. Joe 32456
Hamilton James L. Dunaway P. 0. Box 192, Jasper 32052
Hardee James r. Smith P. 0. Box 757, Wauchula 33873
Hendry C. J. Chapman P. 0. Box 787, LaBelle 33935
Hernando James K. Austin 612 W. Broad St., Brooksville 33512
Highlands George Douglass Courthouse, Sebring 33870
Hillsborough Raymond Shelton P. 0. Box 3408, Tampa 33601
Holmes Gerald Commander Box 428. Bonifay 32425
Indian River William H. McClure P. 0. Box 2170, Vero Beach 32960
Jackson Robert E. Childs P. 0. Box S, Marianna 32446
Jefferson Desmond M. Bishop P. 0. Box 499, Monticello 32344
Lafayette Philip A. Clark Box 58, Mayo 32066
Lake Clyde E. Stevens 201 W. Burleigh Blvd., Tavares 32778
Lee Ray Williams Drawer 2238, Fort Myers 33902
Leon Freeman Ashmore P. 0. Box 246, Tallahassee 32302
Levy Lee Martin Box 128, Bronson 32621
Liberty 0. B. Shuler P. 0. Box 428, Bristol 32321
Madison Thomas G. Bishop P. 0. Box 449, Madison 32340
Manatee Jack L. Davidson P. 0. Box 2069, Bradenton 33505
Marion Robert Dunwoody P. 0. Box 670, Ocala 32670
Martin James Navitsky Box 1045, Stuart 33494
Monroe Armando Henriquez P. 0. Drawer 1430, Key West 33041
Nassau Melton r. Revell P. 0. Box 687, Fernandina Beach 32034
Okaloosa Max Bruner, Jr. Okaloosa County Courthouse, Crestview 32536
Okeechobee Kenneth Matthews Room 10, 304 W. 8th St., Okeechobee 33472
Orange James Higginbotham P. 0. Box 271, Orlando 32802
Osceola W. B. Stephens 401 Church St., P. 0. Box 939, Kissimmee 32741
Palm Beach Lloyd Early P. 0. Box 2469, West Palm Beach 33402
Pasco Chester W. Taylor, Jr. 115 County Courthouse, Dade City 33525
Pinellas Thomas Southard P. 0. Box 4688, 1960 E. Druid Rd., Clearwater 33517
Polk W. W. Read Box 391, Bartow 33830
Putnam Carey E. Ferrell, Jr. P. 0. Box 797, Palatka 32077
St. Johns w nnoglas Hartley Box 500, St. Augustine 32084
St. Lucie J. Walter Hebb P. 0. Box 490, Fort Pierce 33450
Santa Rosa Radford M. Locklin Box 271, Milton 32570
Sarasota Thomas W. Guilford 2418 Hatton St., Sarasota 33577
Seminole John Angel 202 Commercial Avenue, Sanford 32771
Sumter Herhbr Rimm-nns P. 0. Box 428, Bushnell 33513
Suwannee Spessard Boatright County Courthouse, Live Oak 32060
Taylor Alan E. Hart P. 0. Box 509, Perry 32347
Union James Cason, III P. 0. Box 128, Lake Butler 32054
Volusia Raymond Dunne P. 0. Box 2118, DeLand 32720
Wakulla William Payne P. 0. Box 98, Crawfordville 32327
Walton John E. Baldwin P. 0. Box 272, DeFuniak Springs 32433
Washington Al C. Lowe County Courthouse, Chipley 32428


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John H. Murphy
Silas Pittman
E. L. Whigham
Charles 0. Weaver
Hilton F. Jones
Cecil Hardesty
J. E. Hall
James 0. Craig
Curtis McLean
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