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Title: Analysis of membership, promotion and non-promotion, Florida public schools
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U V Number 102


*" .1, A 973 '
analysis
of
membership-promotion
and non-promotion

florida public schools..1971-72


DECEMBER 1972


DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Tallahassee. Florida
FLOYD T. CHRISTIAN. COMMISSIONER


$6. 103 (I., 11 7)












Research Report 102 is a revision of Research Reports 93 and 97 prepared
under the direction of Ed R. Allen, Jr., Research Associate, Bureau of Research,
Division of Elementary and Secondary Education, of the Florida Department of
Education. (750)


FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA
FLOYD T. CHRISTIAN, COMMISSIONER


I


This public document was promulgated at an annual cost of $158.03 or 2026d per copy to assist school
districts in developing ba line data for needs identification and planing.










ANALYSIS OF MEMBERSHIP -- PROMOTION AND NON-PROMOTION


FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOLS 1971-72




ANALYSIS OF MEMBERSHIP AT THE CLOSE OF EACH MONTH OF SCHOOL

The data included in this section are compiled from Item 30, "Membership
at the Close of Each Month of School," Principal's Annual Report on Attendance,
Form At-14p, submitted to the Department of Education at the close of the 1971-72
school year. Data pertaining to adult and vocational schools are included with
the tabulations in this report.


Peak Month

Traditionally, the membership pattern in Florida schools has been thought
of as a horseshoe shaped curve, rising sharply during the winter months and
then dropping back toward the end of school. There has been a tendency for
the peak membership period to level out, or more nearly approach the beginning
membership. Of course, some districts still experience peak months that are
substantially above the beginning and ending months. A study of Table 3 will
emphasize the difference in membership patterns.


1-12
Increase Peak Month
Over First Month


Percent Increase
Peak Month Over
First Month


14,991
7,260
9,922
9,181
8,399
10,123
12,432
10,392
8,103
9,603
8,256


1.46%
.67
.87
.78
.79
.81
.96
.78
.59


The peak month in Florida's school membership for 1971-72 was the fourth
month. Until 1971-72, an interesting feature of the statewide peak month figures
shown above was that since 1959-60 there had been a three-year cycle in recurrence
of the 4th and 5th months as peak month. Beginning in 1959, peak months had been
5th, 5th, 5th, 4th, 4th, 4th, 5th, 5th, 5th, 4th, 4th, and 4th. However, the
cycle has been broken since the peak month for 1971-72 was the 4th month, making
this the peak for four consecutive years.


1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71
1971-72










There is considerable variation among districts as to the month in which
maximum membership is reached. This variation is shown below.


Peak Month of Membership 1971-72

Month Districts

1 Bay, Brevard, Columbia, Dade, Duval, Escambia, Franklin, Gadsden,
Gulf, Hamilton, Hillsborough, Jackson, Lafayette, Madison,
Okaloosa, Wakulla*, Walton, Washington

2 Dixie*, Leon, Pinellas, Taylor*, Union

3 Bradford, Flagler, Indian River, Orange, Putnam

4 Broward, Clay, Dixie*, Hendry, Highlands, Jefferson, Liberty,
Manatee, Palm Beach, St. Johns, St. Lucie, Suwannee, Taylor*,
Volusia, Wakulla*

5 Alachua, Calhoun, Collier, De Soto, Hardee, Hernando, Lake, Lee,
Martin, Monroe, Okeechobee, Polk, Sarasota

6 Baker*, Glades

7 Baker*, Gilchrist*, Holmes, Levy, Marion, Pasco, Seminole

8 Charlotte, Citrus, Gilchrist*, Nassau, Osceola, Santa Rosa,
Sumter

*Districts in which peak membership occurred in two months.


Membership Change

Twenty-two districts showed a gain in total K-12 membership between the
end of the first month and the close of school in 1971-72. Twelve districts
showed a loss in all grade groups. At the elementary level fifty-three districts
showed a gain. Twenty-three districts showed some net increase at the end of the
year at the junior high level. There were no districts showing a last month
increase at the senior high level.

Membership change from Percent of membership
School end of first month to change from end of first
Year close of school, 1-12 month to close of school

1966-67 -8,161 -( .65)
1967-68 -12,752 -( .99)
1968-69 -9,889 -( .75)
1969-70 -16,744 -(1.22)
1970-71 -15,158 -(1.10)
1971-72 -18,412 -(1.31)









The net membership loss, K-12, during the year for the State as a whole
was 18,712 pupils. This net is a little misleading inasmuch as part of the
junior-senior high school loss was offset by a gain in grades 1-6. From the
first month of school to the close of school:


Grade
Grades
Grades
Grades
Grades
Grades


K
1-6
7-9
10-12
1-12
K-12


lost
gained
lost
lost
lost
lost


300
11,521
3,551
26,382
18,412
18,712


pupils
pupils
pupils
pupils
pupils
pupils


( .54
(1.60
( .95
(8.59
(1.31
(1.28


percent)
percent)
percent)
percent)
percent)
percent)


Last Month of School


The greatest net change in total membership comes during the last month
of each school year--between the end of the eighth month and the close of the
school year. For the 1971-72 school year, the membership for grades 1-6 and
7-9 experienced the greatest change during the last month of school. The
greatest change in 10-12 occurred between the fifth and sixth month.

Net Loss During Last Month of School


1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71
1971-72


5,444
6,571
6,017
6,569
7,182
6,429


7-9

2,065
2,358
2,493
2,954
3,336
3,036


10-12

1,531
1,609
1,903
1,945
2,201
2,489


1-12

9,040
10,538
10,413
11,468
12,719
11,954


The exact cause of this ninth month drop has not been identified positively.
In tourist districts one explanation is that it is due to winter residents with-
drawing pupils in order to return to other states. Decreasing winter farm
activity late in the school year may be a partial explanation in districts with
a large number of migratory farm workers. Early vacations may be a factor. It
appears that the pupils withdrawing during the last month of school are distrib-
uted fairly proportionately among the grade levels.


Dropouts

This is not a dropout study. It is concerned with net membership each
month--beginning membership plus re-entries less withdrawals. Thus new students
transferring into a school system during the year can offset withdrawals. These
data do have limited significance for those interested in the dropout problem.

In those districts where the elementary school membership increases or
holds reasonably stable, but junior and senior high school membership decreases
during the year, the most probable explanation may be dropouts at the high
school level. It is probable that families with younger children are more









mobile than families with older children. However, it is not a reasonable
assumption that most of the people moving into Florida have children in the
elementary grades whereas most of the people moving out of the state have
children at the secondary level.


District Study Needed

Each district should examine carefully the figures for its own schools.
At the local level, it is possible to prepare detailed tabulations on a school-
by-school basis. In this way it should be possible to identify those schools
and even grades in which further investigation is needed. Inasmuch as state
foundation program funds are directly related to pupils in school, such an
effort at the local level could result in considerable financial return to a
district as well as good to the pupils who otherwise might be lost to the
school situation.


University Demonstration Schools

Membership data for university demonstration schools are not included in
any of the tables or summaries in this section.



PROMOTION AND NON-PROMOTION

Data for this study are taken from annual reports submitted by public
school principals covering the 1971-72 school year. An analysis is made on
a grade-by-grade basis as well as by grade groups.

The data in this section should be interpreted with extreme caution,
especially as they apply to an individual district. In some instances due to
the small number of pupils resulting from detailed breakdowns, a few pupils
can make a difference of several percentage points. This section does not
take into account pupils who make up deficiencies during the summer and thus
are enabled to go into the next grade. Another situation which may be
misinterpreted is found in those districts having some ungraded classes or
schools. In such systems a child may be reported as non-promoted but later
progress may permit him to enter a higher grade and continue on schedule with-
out the stigma of failure.

Primarily this is a statistical study prepared in an effort to establish
trends for future planning. Analyses of promotion and non-promotion are not
available by race since the Principals' Annual Attendance Reports do not carry
a designation of race.

No consideration is given in this section to dropouts, although it is
known that the net withdrawals in some districts especially in secondary
schools are substantial during each year. Principals' Annual Reports indicate








a net loss, grades 1-12, of about 11,954 pupils between the close of the
eighth month of school and the close of the school year. This represents
a loss of only 1.01 percent, but if just half this amount 5,977, had remained
in school and had not been promoted, the number of non-promotions would
have increased from 3.21 percent to 3.64 percent.



STATE SUMMARY OF STUDENTS NOT PROMOTED
AT CLOSE OF
1969-70, 1970-71, AND 1971-72


Number Not Promoted Percent Not Promoted

1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72

Grades 1-6 19,792 16,713 14,582 2.85% 2.32% 2.03%
Grades 7-9 15,636 14,325 14,340 3.29 4.02 3.94
Grades 10-12 13,361 14,238 14,776 5.43 5.34 5.32

Total 1-12 48,789 45,276 43,698 3.66% 3.37% 3.21%


Table 1 shows, for a ten-year period, a comparison of the change in
membership at the close of each month of school from the membership at the
close of the first month.

Table 2 gives the comparable percent of change.

Table 3 gives the change in membership at the close of each month from
membership at the close of the first month for each district for the 1971-72
school year. This membership change is given by grade groups, K, 1-6, 7-9,
10-12, as well as for the district as a whole. The number shown in this
table for each month should be related to the membership shown for the first
month. The final column indicates the percent change in membership from the
first month to the last month.

Table 4 presents some miscellaneous membership data.

Column I answers the question of growth over the summer months from the
close of one year to the beginning of the next year. It shows the change in
membership from the close of the 1970-71 school year to the first month of
the 1971-72 year. Statewide, there were 18,654 more pupils on the active
roll at the end of the first month of 1971-72 than were on the roll when
school closed in 1970-71.

Column II answers the question of growth from the first month of one
year to the first month of the succeeding year.

Column III gives the average daily membership for 1970-71 and Column IV
gives the average daily membership for 1971-72. Column V is the difference
between Column III and Column IV, or the change in average daily membership.









Table 5 is a comparative State summary of the number and percent of
pupils in each grade at the close of the 1970-71 and 1971-72 school years
who were not promoted. The general state-wide pattern of non-promotion is
about the same as in previous years, i.e., a gradual decline.

Table 6 gives the state-wide percent of pupils not promoted by grade
for each of the last nine years.

Table 7 gives the number of pupils in each district taught in separate
exceptional child classes, usually under the supervision of a teacher in an
exceptional child unit. There were 22,500 pupils in this classification;
65.11 percent were classified as elementary and 34.89 percent as secondary
pupils. Pupils receiving supplemental services from exceptional child
teachers and those students in vocational schools are counted with regular
pupils and are not included in Table 7.


NOTE: In past years the promotions and non-promotions report has contained
two tables showing: 1) Promotion and Non-Promotion For Each Grade in Each
District, and 2) Percent of Regular Membership Promoted by Grade Groups by
District. These two tables have been eliminated this year because it is
felt that data for many of the districts would be misleading. This arises
from the changing promotional practices in schools throughout the state. Due
to continuous progress programs, individually prescribed instruction,
ungraded schools, etc., many districts are indicating very few non-promotions
in the traditional sense. This could lead to erroneous conclusions regarding
such districts. The data for these two tables are available in limited
quantity on request from the Bureau of Research.












ANALYSIS OF MEMBERSHIP


TABLE 1

CHANGE IN MEMBERSHIP AT THE CLOSE OF EACH MONTH OF SCHOOL
FROM MEMBERSHIP AT THE CLOSE OF THE FIRST MONTH, K-12


1963-64

(1,136,670)
3,469
7,160
9,922
9,179
7,236
3,167
-1,574
-8,930



1968-69

(1,326,506)
3,846
7,499
10,392
10,089
8,615
5,352
524
-9,889


1964-65

(1,175,829)
3,028
6,373
9,181
8,795
7,434
3,117
-2,156
-11,248



1969-70

(1,367,044)
2,092
5,402
8,103
6,801
4,856
821
-5,276
-16,744


1965-66

(1,210,031)
2,066
6,479
8,334
8,399
6,754
3,168
-1,761
-10,327



1970-71

(1,426,841)
4,598
8,109
10,864
10,569
8,315
4,699
-1,572
-15,215


TABLE 2

MEMBERSHIP AT THE CLOSE OF EACH MONTH OF SCHOOL AS A
PERCENTAGE OF MEMBERSHIP AT THE END OF THE FIRST MONTH, K-12


1963-64

100.00%
100.31
100.63
100.87
100.81
100.64
100.28
99.86
99.21



1968-69

100.00%
100.29
100.57
100.78
100.76
100.65
100.40
100.04
99.25


1964-65

100.00%
100.26
100.54
100.78
100.75
100.63
100.27
99.82
99.04



1969-70

100.00%
100.15
100.39
100.59
100.49
100.35
100.06
99.61
98.77


1965-66

100.00%
100.17
100.54
100.69
100.69
100.56
100.26
99.85
99.15



1970-71

100.00%
100.32
100.56
100.76
100.74
100.58
100.32
99.89
98.94


Month

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9



Month

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9


1962-63

(1,087,733)
2,843
6,637
7,260
6,740
5,460
1,331
-4,223
-11,954



1967-68

(1,290,593)
3,884
8,756
11,007
12,432
8,211
3,322
-2,211
-12,752


1966-67

(1,247,285)
2,601
7,206
9,495
10,123
9,087
5,664
879
-8,161



1971-72

(1,457,093)
4,173
6,947
9,645
8,274
5,006
761
-5,773
-18,712


Month

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9



Month

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9


1962-63

100.00%
100.26
100.61
100.67
100.62
100.50
100.12
99.61
98.90



1967-68

100.00%
100.30
100.68
100.85
100.96
100.64
100.26
99.83
99.01


1966-67

100.00%
100.21
100.58
100.76
100.81
100.73
100.45
100.07
99.35



1971-72

100.00%
100.28
100.47
100.66
100.56
100.34
100.05
99.60
98.71





TABLE 3


07-.009--- ----- --------- END F MONTH MEMBERSHIP 1971-7_2
09/21/72

MEMBERSHIP *--NET CHANGE IN MEMBERSHIP FROM FIRST MONTH, 1971-72-* % CHANGE
DISTRICT GRADE END OF 1ST TO
GROUP FIRST MONTH 2ND 3RD 4TH 5TH 6TH 7TH 8TH 9TH 9TH MONTH

ALACHUA K 1,426 18 5 5 3 0 -1 -5 -25 -1.75
1-6 10,955 19 41 60 77 102 119 139 35 .32
7-9 5v330 2 16 40 54 64 45 44 12 .23
10-12 4,390 -17 -26 -97 -78 -120 -167 -193 -222 -5.06
K-12 22,101 22 36 8 56 46 -4 -15 -200 -.90

BAKER K 166 -1 -2 -4 -3 -3 -4 -4 -4 -2.41
1-6 1,268 20 23 17 22 35 35 34 32 2.52
7-9 699 8 7 7 12 14 12 4 0 -.00
10-12 543 1 -1 -5 -4 -6 -3 -6 -10 -1.84
K-12 2,676 28 27 15 27 40 40 28 18 .67

BAY K 864 -4 7 7 -7 0 8 0 -8 -.93
1-6 8,431 -12 -6 -39 -65 -50 -21 3 -32 -.38
7-9 4,887 -23- .53- -95 -112 -132 -130 -145 -193 -3.95
10-12 3,918 -53 -95 -152 -193 -238 -263 -293 -332 -8.47
K-12 18,100 -92 -147 -279 -377 -420 -406 -435 -565 -3.12

BRADFORD K 234 1 3 -1 -1 3 7 1 0 -.00
1-6 1,822 7 22 25 33 44 64 36 31 1.70
7-9 952 -12 -9 -8 -11 -4 -4 -13 -13 -1.37
10-12 798 -12 -12 -25 -52 -62 -79 -103 -109 -13.66
K-12 3,806 -16 4 -9 -31 -19 -12 -79 -91 -2.39

BREVARD K 2,926 11 14 33 40 98 3 -18 -61 -2.08
1-6 29,285 -92 25 99 101 131 144 24 -129 -.44
7-9 15.770 -73 -9 29 26 36 51 14 -47 -.30
10-12 13,911 -75 -163 -263 -350 -538 -655 -783 -881 -6.33
K-12 61,892 -229 -133 -102 -183 -273 -457 -763 -1,118 -1.81

BROWARD K 4,803 161 180 184 202 196 179 125 29 .60
1-6 59,302 872 1,264 1,656 1,842 1,907 2,105 2,103 1,572 2.65
7-9 31,965 539 564 757 743 662 562 359 104 .33
10-12 25,308 -221 -345 -507 -698 -887 -1,222 -1,821 -2,014 -7.96
K-12 121,378 1,351 1,663 2,090 2,089 1,878 1,624 766 -309 -.25

CALHOUN K 129 -1 -1 3 18 15 13 15 13 10.08
1-6 1,037 8 4 18 9 9 10 12 5 .48
7-9 528 -1 -11- -11 -8 -9 -13 -18 -19 -3.60
10-12 406 0 -5 -8 -9 -13 -15 -16 -19 -4.66
K-12 2,100 6 -13 2 10 2 -5 -7 -20 -.95

CHARLOTTE K 220 3 8 12 17 21 13 15 11 5.00
1-6 1,817 24 47 74 81 71 88 103 75 4.13
---- 6---- 5-- s 375 6 2 50 44 53 ---55 45. 3.27
10-12 1,024 3 16 10 -8 -17 -20 -24 -34 -3.32
K-12 4,436 23 77 118 140 119 134 149 97 2.19

CITRUS K 265 6 9 22 22 24 22 30 26 9.81
1-6 2,107 26 45 93 130 157 192 217 206 9.78
---------9 1076 13 38 .4 60 __ 13 72---__3 62 5.76
10-12 906 -3 -2 -1 -11 -13 -24 -21 -41 -4.53
K-12 4,354 42 90 168 201 241 262 299 253 5.81

CLAY K 500 4 2 3 11 11 11 9 -2 -.40
1-6 5,502 24 60 100 104 90 99 131 50 .91
7- 1 ---- --9- s. -6 -5 ___ -4 -. -1.6.
10-12 1,887 -18 -34 -73 -103 -129 -142 -170 -199 -10.55
K-12 10,390 20 34 38 6 -33 -26 -38 -191 -1.84

COLLIER K 593 50 90 116 116 102 86 45 -6 -1.01
1-6 4,940 295 486 676 779 747 648 283 -116 -2.35
-. 7-9 2-385 119 176 216 49 242 179 ..46 =11 -4.78
10-12 1,842 18 18 12 6 -31 -78 -119 -162 -8.79
K-12 9,760 482 770 1,020 1,150 1,060 835 255 -398 -4.08

COLUMBIA K 322 2 2 2 3 5 6 -1 -5 -1.55
1-6 3,339 -9 -8 14 26 20 38 26 12 .36
--- ----- ----9--- 1734- 7 -8 -2_0 -8 ---- -20--L.15--
10--12 1,484 -13 -28 -41 -58 -85 -118 -143 -153 -10.31
K-12 6,879 -13 -42 -45 -37 -66 -76 -124 -166 -2.41

DADE K 11,736 175 244 328 393 383 391 291 117 1.00
1-6 118,915 485 837 1,427 1,758 1,919 1,901 1,536 688 .58
-----9------9 *60 0 11 -43- 8 2-45A. -1 59 ---9 ------ -954 -15-7
10-12 53,790 -715 -1,340 -2,164 -3,188 -3,884 -4,752 -5,295 -5,715 -10.62
K-12 245,309 -44 -302 -327 -992 -1,741 -2,751 -4,029 -5,864 -2.39




TABLE 3 (Continued)


MEMBERSHIP *--NET CHANGE IN MEMBERSHIP FROM FIRST MONTH, 1971-72-* % CHANGE
DISTRICT GRADE END OF 1ST TO
GROUP FIRST MONTH 2ND 3RD 4TH 5TH 6TH 7TH 8TH 9TH 9TH MONTH


CESOTO





CIXIE





DUVAL


K 98 -1 -2 0 0 -1


1-6 1,597
7 9 --75---
10-12 528
K-12 2 980

K 115
1-6 768
7-9 388
10-12 335
K-12 1,606

K 2,158
1-6 58,886
7-9 30,449
10-12 26,340
K-12 117,833


ESCAMBIA K
1-6
7-9-
10-12
K-12

FLAGLER K
1-6
7-9
10-12
K-12

FRANKLIN K
1-6
7-9
10-12
K-12

GADSOEN K
1-6
7-9
10-12
K-12

GILCHRIST K
1-6
7-9
10-12
K-12

GLADES K
1-6
7-9
10-12
K-12


K
1-6
7-9
10-12
K-12


HAMILTON


HARDEE





HENRY


HERNANDO


K
1-6
7-9
10-12
K-12

K
1-6

10-12
K-12

K
1-6
70-9
10-12
K-12

K
1-6
7-9
10-12
K-12


1,599
24, 000
12, 624
9,628
47, 851

71
593
316
203
1,183

115
976
461
301
1,853

253
5,229
2*599
1,801
9,882

73
593
265
219
1, 150

68
495
246
---21.6-
167
976


172
1,308
7-64
544
2,788

147
1, 142

474
2,321

44
1,823
872
554
3,248

0
1,803
872
564
3.245


178
2,278
1 260
872
4,588


5 23 43 53 56
-5 6----------- .-4-
-7 -10 -12 -14 -20
-8 17 37 42 31


-3 -1 -12 -12.24
57 53 35 2.19
-- -. -. 7- ---21 -2.77
-24 -28 -33 -6.25
21 17 -31 -1.04


1 -2 0 -1 1 3 5 9 7.83
7 -2 3 -1 -2 2 17 18 2.34
-4 -2 0 -11 -15 -16 -15 -18 -4.64
-3 -6 -2 -20 -27 -29 -31 -33 -9.85
1 -12 1 -33 -43 -40 -24 -24 -1.49

6 -12 -63 -84 -104 -123 -141 -169 -7.83
8 -76 96 61 23 101 -42 -436 -.74
-35 -176 -205 -252 -286 -347 -437 -638 -2.10
-401 -748 -1,016 -1,277 -1,704 -2,016 -2,309 -2,497 -9.48
-422 -1,012 -1,188 -1,552 -2,071 -2,385 -2,929 -3,740 -3.17

31 32 11 3 -16 -29 -54 -79 -4.94
-8 -17 -18 3 37 99 110 -66 -.28
-50 ---l81 -124 -108 -134 -208 -267 -369 -2.92
-86 -157 -252 -365 -486 -586 -648 -738 -7.67
-113 -223 -383 -467 -599 -724 -859 -1,252 -2.62

3 4 8 9 9 8 8 3 4.23
8 17 14 15 16 15 19 22 3.71
-5 -5 -2 2 -10 -10 -3 -7 -2.22
-4 -6 -13 -17 -19 -22 -24 -23 -11.33
2 10 7 9 -4 -9 0 -5 -.42

-1 -1 -4 -4 -9 -8 -8 -7 -6.09
2 -6 -8 -23 -27 -20 -28 -24 -2.46
-7 -7 -6 -7 -9 -8 -13 -17 -3.69
3 -4 -5 -6 -9 -14 -17 -18 -5.98
-3 -18 -23 -40 -54 -50 -66 -66 -3.56

5 2 0 4 4 2 1 2 .79
-12 -20 -6 5 5 12 5 5 .10
-9 -19 -15 -19 -19 -29 -29 -45 -1.73
-15 -19 -28 -43 -58 -71 -89 -97 -5.39
-31 -56 -49 -53 -68 -86 -112 -135 -1.37

-4 -5 -6 -3 -6 -4 -2 -6 -8.22
-3 -5 0 8 5 13 17 16 2.70
-2- -1 6 2 4 10 7 3 1.13
-1 -4 -5 -7 -10 -10 -13 -14 -6.39
-10 -15 -5 0 -7 9 9 -1 -.09

2 2 0 2 3 3 0 1 1.47
-1 0 5 12 17 11 10 15 3.03
- 0 3 t 5 -~-I -1 -__- ...---1 --2. .81
0 0 -1 -6 -8 -8 -7 -9 -5.39
1 5 5 13 15 5 4 9 .92

0 0 -2 -1 -3 -5 -5 -9 -5.23
-13 -17 -30 -29 -37 -30 -26 -29 -2.22
-11 -4 -I- -23 -28 --3 ----2 -31 -4.06
-6 -11 -20 -26 -18 -28 -29 -30 -5.51
-30 -32 -70 -79 -86 -97 -87 -99 -3.55

-1 0 0 1 -1 -3 -2 -3 -2.04
-7 -9 -9 -9 -10 -23 -17 -22 -1.93
5 9 8 5 6 --.. .... -. -1 0 -.18
-1 -8 -17 -19 -23 -26 -20 -32 -6.75
-4 -8 -18 -22 -28 -48 -39 -58 -2.50

7 11 10 8 9 8 9 4 9.09
232 361 446 476 474 461 448 319 17.50
55 8 4 73 -60 ___ 5 32 3.87
6 7 -1 -13 -23 -28 -32 -35 -6.32
300 459 539 544 520 485 476 320 9.85

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .00
64 87 104 111 109 93 59 33 1.83
14 20 2-- 15- -5- 23-...- -2.62
5 2 -2 -13 -24 -31 -40 -45 -7.98
83 117 124 113 90 64 12 -35 -1.08


1 1 3 1 -2 1 -6 -9 -5.06
21 59 102 120 139 134 161 154 6.76
---- 8 2- 13 5 -. -.56
-17 -29 -33 -39 -49 -63 -68 -76 -8.72
-8 28 80 104 103 75 96 62 1.35


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TABLE 3 (Continued)


---- ..c-- ----- ESEsHP *-NET CHANGE IN M.ME:~ RHI.P PFnM 0FrunST IMTI1, iL A- 72--t Z CHANGE
DISTRICT GRADE END OF 1ST TO
GROUP FIRST MONTH 2ND 3RD 4TH 5TH 6TH 7TH 8TH 9TH 9TH MONTH


HIGHLAND


HILLS BOROUGH





HOLMES


)S K
1-6

10-12
K-12


K
1-6
7-9
10-12
K-12


K
1-
7-
10-
K-


INDIAN RIVER K
1-4
7-4
10-:
K-:


JACKSON





JEFFERSON


LAFAYETT E


LAKE


LEE





LEON





LEVY





LIBERTY





MADISO





MANDATE


0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .00
3,359 56 124 194 188 202 183 179 133 3.96
1 707 2 36 50 --51 54 4-- 5 3-- 28 1.64
1,327 -11 0 -13 -25 -37 -52 -55 -63 -4.75
6,393 47 160 231 214 219 180 177 98 1.53

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .00
54,201 211 438 853 1,103 1,171 1,206 1,184 676 1.25
26,931 38 92 171 113 60 -19 -170 -396 -1.47
22,392 -402 -744 -1,033 -1,256 -1,618 -1,940 -2,234 -2,448 -10.93
103,524 -153 -214 -9 -40 -387 -753 -1,220 -2,168 -2.09


176 3 3 5 18 19 21 21 21 11.93
6 1,385 9 10 27 29 33 57 55 48 3.47
9 7-0- 1 7- 4 -2 4 8 9 3 .38
12 628 -8 -19 -27 -30 -30 -35 -38 -40 -6.37
12 2,969 5 1 9 15 26 51 47 32 1.08

246 -4 -4 -2 -2 -4 -9 -13 -17 -6.91
6 4,282 20 40 47 95 81 91 90 42 .98
9 -2294 4 15 11 -2 0 -31 -58 -83 -3.62
12 1,822 -6 -18 -37 -78 -105 -141 -172 -189 -10.37
12 8,644 14 33 19 13 -28 -90 -153 -247 -2.86


K
1-6
7-9
10-12
K-12

K
1-6
7-9
10-12
K-12


474
3,955
2,125
1, 553
8,107

146
1,173
688
452
2,459


K
1-6
7-9
10-12
K-12


K
1-6
7-9
10-12
K-12


K
1-6
7-9
10-12
K-12

K
1-6
....------7--9
10-12
K-12

K
1-6
-----7-9-
10-12
K-12

Y K
1-6
--------1il-9--
10-12
K-12

N K
1-6
-9
10 12
K-12

E K
1-6

10-12
K-12


704
7,891
4, Z21
3,064
15,680


36
11 723

4,341
21,757

1,267
10 184

4,338
20,939

212
1,766
--890-
672
3,540

64
446
246
200
956

183
1,825
---978-
779
3 765

1, 007
7,964

3,543
16,756


3 9 4 7 12 7 10 5 1.05
1 -3 -11 -18 -12 -12 -16 -30 -.76
-5 -17 --20 -44 -43 -47 -55 -67 -3.15
0 -14 -27 -59 -64 -69 -75 -78 -5.02
-1 -25 -54 -114 -107 -121 -136 -170 -2.10

0 -1 3 2 1 3 2 0 -.00
2 10 11 -2 0 2 10 6 .51
-4 1 4 -4 -14 -20 -21 -19 -2.76
-4 -4 -8 -14 -16 -18 -20 -20 -4.42
-6 6 10 -18 -29 -33 -29 -33 -1.34

0 -2 -2 -3 -4 -3 -2 -3 -5.88
0 -3t -2 -8 -10 -10 -10 -9 -2.46
-5 -7 -8 -4 -8 -8 -8 -8 -4.65
-3 -3 -3 -7 -8 -9 -12 -12 -8.11
-8 -15 -15 -22 -30 -30 -32 -32 -4.34

3 18 18 27 26 27 22 16 2.27
4 197 399 465 489 451 446 356 4.51
14- 34 143 158 157 128 94 57 1.42
-19 -5 7 -10 -33 -61 -66 -78 -2.55
2 284 567 640 639 545 496 351 2.24


9 10 12 12 11 11 10 4 11.11
70 165 309 384 424 385 381 200 1.71
-6 13 53a 8 79 4 20 -40-- .71
-58 -84 -99 -169 -210 -263 -303 -355 -8.18
15 104 275 308 304 179 108 -111 -.51

17 7 15 23 19 18 1 -19 -1.50
24 17 53 74 111 94 82 -28 -.27
-16 13 2- 4 _-2 -.42 7-- -3-- L.61
-20 -67 -95 -148 -201 -283 -351 -375 -8.64
37 -30 -25 -47 -100 -213 -335 -505 -2.41

6 5 2 4 6 6 6 5 2.36
18 24 36 63 73 87 84 77 4.36
5 1 -1 11i 17 --1-- --- .34
1 -2 -3 -10 -15 -15 -18 -22 -3.27
30 28 36 56 75 95 82 63 1.78

2 2 6 2 0 -2 -2 -3 -4.69
7 -1 13 14 13 16 18 16 3.59
---4--- -4- -5 -9 -9 -40 -4.07
-1 -2 -3 -6 -7 -12 -12 -14 -7.00
4 -7 12 5 -3 -7 -4 -11 -1.15

1 1 4 5 7 7 7 5 2.73
1 -2 -4 -7 -5 -9 -5 -6 -.33
-A -6 -A -13 -16 -I1 -14 .. -23 -._.-215
-17 -37 -56 -73 -81 -88 -100 -110 -14.12
-21 -44 -62 -88 -95 -105 -112 -134 -3.56

24 35 31 38 47 45 37 19 1.89
93 237 316 324 363 395 416 334 4.19
3X---a0- . 7 94 2 .a.2 _80_ 51- 1.20
-31 -47 -70 -139 -171 -220 -255 -275 -7.76
116 300 368 320 333 302 278 129 .77


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TABLE 3 (Continued)


Mr----BERSHIP -- NETr CHANGEIN u MEMBERSHI uc FROM FIRST MONTHr 197-l1-72- --CHANGE
DISTRICT GRADE END OF 1ST TO
GROUP FIRST MONTH 2ND 3RD 4TH 5TH 6TH 7TH 8TH 9TH 9TH MONTH

MARION K 1,010 21 22 31 40 38 33 17 -1 -.10
1-6 9,041 73 58 163 218 231 292 307 254 2.81
_7-9 6634 2Q9 6 71 I1 i lnn i nA b.._... 89 1.92
10-12 3,890 -72 -88 -121 -159 -165 -215 -245 -287 -7.38
K-12 18575 51 58 144 200 204 218 185 55 .30
MARTIN K 287 -2 -3 -3 -5 -5 -9 -14 -16 -5.57
1-6 3,293 32 64 156 182 195 190 205 139 4.22
7-9 1"-84 10 23 45 73 50 48 24 8 .48
10-12 1,300 -11 -14 -27 -28 -40 -67 -87 -93 -7.15
K-12 6,564 29 70 171 222 200 162 128 38 .58

MONROE K 591 19 28 40 42 44 29 8 0 -.00
1-6 5,425 23 100 191 215 207 147 135 116 2.14
7-9 2,696- 20 -3.5--. 35 31 34 -4 -29 -57 -2.11
10-12 1,569 -3 -2 -24 -26 -38 -53 -63 -92 -5.86
K-12 10,281 59 161 242 262 247 119 51 -33 -.32

NASSAU K 276 2 -2 -1 -3 -6 -10 -11 -15 -5.43
1-6 3,009 14 28 50 49 62 75 92 75 2.49
7-9 1,714 11 14 31 19 17 22 28 26 1.52
10-12 1,287 -11 -19 -35 -39 -51 -56 -57 -58 -4.51
K-12 6,286 16 21 45 26 22 31 52 28 .45

OKALOOSA K 1,512 0 -2 -20 -12 -1 3 -13 -61 -4.03
1-6 13,454 -50 -39 -96 -82 -33 -20 -24 -211 -1.57
7-9 6,965 -27 -30 -51 -106 -116 -108 -122 -295 -4.24
10-12 5,184 -9 -44 -91 -102 -147 -161 -202 -281 -5.42
K-12 27,115 -86 -115 -258 -302 -297 -286 -361 -848 -3.13

OKEECHOBEE K 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .00
1-6 1,933 11 64 87 88 100 75 70 11 .57
7-9 847 L4-- 21 27 24 25 8 8 -15 -1.77
10-12 595 -6 -21 -29 -16 -42 -51 -63 -72 -12.10
K-12 3,375 19 64 85 96 83 32 15 -76 -2.25

ORANGE K 3,166 45 70 31 9 9 -3 -45 -90 -2.84
1-6 42,413 939 1,337 1,400 1,444 1,591 1,568 1,561 1,288 3.04
7-9 -22 7 -11- 52 50 3- 4 -26 -27 -115 -197 -339 -1.53
10-12 17,866 -211 -505 -728 -972 -1,172 -1,366 -1,536 -1,649 -9.23
K-12 85,622 825 952 737 455 401 84 -217 -790 -.92

CSCEOLA K 282 4 8 8 7 10 6 0 -14 -4.96
1-6 3,269 6 16 73 72 114 135 135 107 3.27
7-9 1-619- 3-- 7 11 8 -2 -1 14 4 .25
10-12 1,249 -30 -34 -53 -66 -68 -78 -84 -90 -7.21
K-12 6,419 -17 -3 39 21 54 62 65 7 .11

PALM BEACH K 2,057 81 107 124 132 116 102 76 37 1.80
1-6 32,714 577 870 1,213 1,292 1,329 1,281 1,217 791 2.42
-- 9 17, 013 .23.0 296 47 37 306 255 -- 1-2- ---- --.35
10-12 13,846 -89 -206 -381 -568 -761 -877 -1,018 -1,132 -8.18
K-12 65,630 799 1,067 1,373 1,229 990 761 400 -363 -.55

PASCO K 560 0 9 3 9 6 5 3 -13 -2.32
1-6 7,251 92 232 491 678 736 822 777 658 9.07
7----- 3. 6-5 70 42 87 215 197 168 139 87- 2..37
10-12 2,700 -28 -39 -72 -95 -122 -147 -175 -212 -7.85
K-12 14,186 134 344 609 807 817 848 744 520 3.67

PINELLAS K 3,773 82 108 137 160 156 148 114 45 1.19
1-6 40,405 181 128 382 595 724 884 961 653 1.62
---- .-2^W3- 2 9 ',37 17 2 ]- ---1 1-A1A? I. A7'43. .-.19
10-12 20,265 -320 -543 -761 -940 -1,273 -1,536 -1,774 -2,021 -9.97
K-12 86,916 32 -194 -64 29 -226 -345 -592 -1,366 -1.57

POLK K 2,112 34 80 89 87 71 48 14 -48 -2.27
1-6 28,547 339 1,272 1,648 1,872 1,869 1,781 1,602 1,310 4.59
-7 ---- ---4-- --- 1.. 345 3, 49-n 51 351 260 15ig7 44 .31
10-12 10,976 -68 -106 -184 -303 -437 -559 -639 -692 -6.30
K-12 55,752 350 1,575 1,943 2,009 1,854 1,530 1,134 614 1.10

PUTNAM K 535 13 18 27 24 29 29 24 25 4.67
1-6 5,098 11 36 57 59 62 80 97 84 1.65
-7-2 655 -8 17 19 --18 -A31 -1.17
10-12 2,053 -16 -38 -69 -99 -125 -145 -167 -169 -8.23
K-12 10,341 16 37 32 3 -29 -34 -64 -91 -.88

ST JOHNS K 343 1 0 7 3 -4 -12 -12 -16 -4.66
1-6 3,630 18 81 111 105 130 135 140 99 2.73
7-9 -1- 775 18775 6 18 1 8A 17 10 --11- -.62
10-12 1,332 -17 -23 -29 -39 -65 -78 -85 -100 -7.51
K-12 7,080 11 76 107 85 89 62 53 -28 -.40




TABLE 3 (Continued)


MEMBERSHIP *-NET CHANGE IN MEMBERSHIP FROM FIRST MONTH, 1971-72-* % CHANGE
DISTRICT GRADE END OF 1ST TO
GROUP FIRST MONTH 2ND 3RD 4TH 5TH 6TH 7TH 8TH 9TH 9TH MONTH


ST LUCIE K
1-6
......-.. .- ---- 1-9-
10-12
K-12

SANTA ROSA K
1-6
7-9
10-12
K-12


SARASOTA





SEMINOLE


K
1-6
-7-9
10-12
K--12


K
1-6
7-.9
10-12
K--12


0
5 900

2,036
10,842

499
5,150
2,751
2,024
10 424


1,002
9,855
5,216
4,576
20,649


1,091
12,495
6,161
4,464
24,211


0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .00
62 201 257 245 264 260 248 228 3.86
14 55 o--64--- 54 40 -9- --- 2- .07
-25 -50 -95 -157 -200 -236 -265 -284 -13.95
51 206 242 152 118 64 -8 -54 -.50

-1 1 -1 0 11 12 12 5 1.00
41 86 106 127 205 222 232 207 4.02
16 29 22 12 29 37 42 30 1.09
-16 -24 -38 -68 -77 -79 -92 -97 -4.79
40 92 89 71 168 192 194 145 1.39


34 53 81 80 79 68 67 50 4.99
115 148 266 339 351 423 443 373 3.78
37 41 95 109 89 89 93 52 1.00
10 -39 -78 -115 -166 -231 -266 -295 -6.45
196 203 364 413 353 349 337 180 .87

22 24 44 51 47 48 48 28 2.57
114 279 465 573 653 761 762 605 4.84
3 34 70 73 26 53 30 -60 -.97
-14 -25 -119 -146 -210 -236 -273 -279 -6.25
125 312 460 551 516 626 567 294 1.21


SUMMER K0
1-6
7-9
10--12
K-12

SUWANNEE K
1-6
7-9
10-12
K-12

TAYLOR K
1-6
7-9
10-12
K-12


UNION


VOLUSIA





WAKULLA





WALTON


K
1-6
7-9
10-12
K-12

K
1-6

10-12
K-12

K
1-6

10-12
K-12

K
1-6
-7=9--
10-12
K-12


WASHINGTON K
1-6<
-_-----4=a-
10-12
K-]12


0
2,068
993
765
3,826


99
2, 152
1,090
933
4,274

189
1,887
953
725
3, 754

77
693
348-
290
1,408

1 744
15,870
-8.623.
7,273
33,510

130
955
459
342
1,886

194
1,930
1,124
828
4,076

208
1,582
----806-
584
3,180


0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .00
9 50 45 83 119 116 142 139 6.72
-11 -1- 4 14 3 -8 0 -4 -.40
-10 -9 -16 -28 -36 -42 -46 -48 -6.27
-12 40 33 69 86 66 96 87 2.27

2 2 3 2 3 4 5 5 5.05
36 43 55 53 55 64 63 62 2.88
15 15 20 17 13 8 20 21 1.93
-5 -17 -22 -30 -30 -32 -34 -38 -4.07
48 43 56 42 41 44 54 50 1.17

1 6 8 6 4 5 4 1 .53
6 4 15 24 27 29 22 19 1.01
6- -0 4-4 -3 -11 -10 -16 -21 -2.20
-3 -12 -17 -34 -39 -37 -42 -44 -6.07
10 -2 10 -7 -19 -13 -32 -45 -1.20

2 2 2 -1 -3 -4 -3 -6 -7.79
25 24 23 20 29 16 20 20 2.89
I.-- 3 -- 2 3 -1 -2 0 -1 -.29
-4 -15 -21 -22 -24 -31 -34 -36 -12.41
24 14 6 0 1 -21 -17 -23 -1.63


0 7 23 15 8 -11 -20 -53 -3.04
102 179 240 243 279 329 375 201 1.27
55 7R 90 Q 90 52 4 3L_- 86 -L.00
-96 -162 -234 -275 -347 -408 -463 -523 -7.19
61 102 119 73 -8 -36 -77 -461 -1.38

-4 -4 0 0 5 3 5 1 .77
-7 4 5 -4 10 4 8 1 .10
3 -2 5 1 0 -9 -15 -23 -5.01
-5 -6 -10 -16 -20 -26 -28 -29 -8.48
-13 -4 0 -19 -5 -28 -30 -50 -2.65

-3 -6 -7 -4 -7 -3 -2 -8 -4.12
1 -26 -1 -11 -7 -3 -5 -8 -.41
-1 -9 -3 -16 -17 --1 -8R -3. -2.9A
-10 -23 -33 -46 -51 -59 -70 -76 -9.18
-13 -64 -44 -77 -82 -86 -105 -125 -3.07

2 1 0 4 6 8 2 1 .48
-3 -7 -3 -6 -9 -1 18 16 1.01
-1 0 7 -3- 3 3 --5 -12---- --1.49
1 -7 -15 -17 -22 -28 -32 -35 -5.99
-1 -13 -11 -16 -22 -18 -17 -30 -.94


STATE TOTAL K 55,578 893 1,203 1,389 1,528 1,495 1,214 685 -300 -.54
1-6 720,750 5,253 9,720 14,602 16,876 18,213 18,948 17,950 11,521 1.60
--7-9 373, 817 13306 2-151 3,144 2,911 2-123 1-133 -515 -3 55-1---- -.95
10-12 306,948 -3.279 -6,127 -9,490-13,041-16,825-20,534-23,893-26,382 -8.59
K-12 1,457,093 4,173 6,947 9,645 8,274 5,006 761 -5,773-18,712 -1.28


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TABLE 4


MISCELLANEOUS MEMBERSHIP DATA, 1-12


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


III

1970-71


Average Daily Membership
IV

1971-72


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TOTAL 18,654 21,963 1,382,861 1,404,112 21,251


Change in Membership
I II
End of Year End of First
1970-71 Month 1970-71
to End of First to End of First
Month 1971-72 Month 1971-72
255 118
87 57
321 117
-32 8
281 -175
1,345 1,761
-10 -19
357 393
583 673
789 735
316 808
52 5
4,417 4,503
-7 30
45 33
-3,169 -4,396
726 1,301
80 94
69 51
-133 -208
59 65
11 27
-4 343
11 1
-248 118
63 135
307 360
53 159
-373 -509
93 62
153 106
-118 -228
-53 -75
54 49
258 642
859 944
472 618
85 105
15 12
62 52
96 202
786 751
311 323
107 72
209 158
964 637
127 180
1,517 1,809
449 528
-1,968 -1,231
1,396 1,860
2,013 1,948
-375 859
363 399
166 207
-121 -201
374 366
638 647
2,078 2,409
257 318
26 -25
-85 -100
12 11
1,006 824
71 89
41 5
65 43


~


20,420
2,423
16,915
3,604
58,685
115,230
1,981
3,859
3,506
9,101
8,851
6,505
229,156
2,889
1,446
118,844
45,526
1,032
1,669
9,762
1,018
897
2,620
2,163
3,452
3,182
4,103
6,340
103,897
2,700
8,245
7,751
2,366
632
14,718
20,862
19,200
3,243
877
3,520
15,653
16,779
5,966
9,583
5,801
24,639
3,248
80,939
5,688
65,541
12,230
81,130
54,015
9,443
6,571
10,963
9,551
19,009
21,042
3,569
4,149
3,650
1,319
30,760
1,685
3,841
2.907


20,653
2,533
16,957
3,544
58,697
118,077
1,956
4,291
4,223
9,863
9,666
6,479
234,441
2,887
1,470
114,004
45,763
1,107
1,708
9,553
1,076
912
2,555
2,145
3,614
3,266
4,503
6,484
102,835
2,794
8,346
7,542
2,278
666
15,308
21,889
19,512
3,356
888
3,505
15,904
17,633
6,381
9,780
6,033
25,355
3,404
82,662
6,145
64,035
14,099
82,781
54,693
9,748
6,785
10,913
10,020
19,784
23,431
3,867
4,209
3,553
1,331
31,708
1,737
3,821
2,954


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V
Change in
ADM 1970-71
to 1971-72

233
110
42
-60
12
2,847
-25
432
717
762
815
-26
5,285
-2
24
-4,840
237
75
39
-209
58
15
-65
-18
162
84
400
144
-1,062
94
101
-209
-88
34
590
1,027
312
113
11
-15
251
854
415
197
232
716
156
1,723
457
-1,506
1,869
1,651
678
305
214
-50
469
775
2,389
298
60
-97
12
948
52
-20
47


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PROMOTION AND NON-PROMOTION

TABLE 5


PUPILS IN SCHOOL AT THE CLOSE OF THE YEAR WHO WERE
NOT PROMOTED, BY GRADE, 1970-71* and 1971-72**


Number in School

1970-71 1971-72


Grade

1
2
3
4
5
6

1-6

7
8
9

7-9

10
11
12

10-12

1-12


105,621
115,341
118,456
120,405
122,609
120,489

702,921

118,502
116,579
114,696

349,777

101,827
86,448
74,705

262,980

1,315,678


1970-71


Number


8,389
3,743
1,973
1,125
704
779

16,713

4,434
4,666
5,225

14,325

6,811
4,721
2,706

14,238

45,276


Not Promoted
Percent
1971-72 1970-71 1971-72


7,462
3,291
1,614
873
664
678

14,582

4,004
4,491
5,845

14,340

7,232
4,944
2,600

14,776

43,698


6.96%
3.15
1.64
.92
.58
.65

2.32

3.67
3.87
4.56

4.02

6.59
5.37
3.59

5.34

3.37%


6.60%
2.77
1.34
.72
.54
.56

2.03

3.27
3.71
4.85

3.94

6.63
5.41
3.36

5.32

3.21%


*Excludes 20,193 pupils
**Excludes 1,187 pupils


in separate exceptional
in juvenile centers.


child classes.


TABLE 6


PERCENT OF PUPILS IN SCHOOL AT THE CLOSE OF
THE YEAR, BY GRADE, WHO WERE NOT PROMOTED*
1963-64 through 1971-72


1963-64 1964-65 1965-66

11.14% 11.08% 10.84%
6.16 5.85 5.77
4.77 4.25 3.95
3.70 3.37 2.99
2.71 2.40 2.16
1.84 1.69 1.24

5.25 4.93 4.64

8.08 7.66 7.17
7.44 7.34 7.07
6.66 6.35 5.97

7.43 7.15 6.77


8.13
6.15
3.16

6.11

5.93%


8.49
6.55
3.88

6.48

5.76%


7.85
6.38
3.66

6.13

5.44%


1966-67

10.67%
5.43
3.93
2.61
2.04
1.22

4.43

6.87
6.48
5.76

6.40

7.74
6.24
3.85

6.13

5.24%


1967-68

10.00%
5.22
3.64
2.45
1.71
1.08

4.10

6.53
6.25
5.36

6.07

8.05
6.04
3.78

6.18

4.99%


1968-69

8.94%
4.45
3.08
1.88
1.34
.97

3.49

5.28
5.29
5.03

5.21

7.41
5.72
3.75

5.82

4.37%


1969-70 1970-71 1971-72


8.07%
3.82
2.25
1.24
.85
.66

2.84

4.56
4.89
4.57

4.67

6.79
5.31
3.70

5.43

3.65%


6.96%
3.15
1.64
.92
.58
.65

2.32

3.67
3.87
4.56

4.02

6.59
5.37
3.59

5.34

3.37%


6.60%
2.77
1.34
.72
.54
.56

2.03

3.27
3.71
4.85

3.94

6.63
5.41
3.36

5.32

3.21%


120,573
119,003
119,941
121,805
120,344
119,832

721,498

120,885
120,568
114,577

356,030

103,401
87,889
75,296

266,586

1,344,114


Grade

1
2
3
4
5
6

1-6

7
8
9

7-9

10
11
12

10-12

1-12


*Excludes pupils in separate exceptional child classes, special vocational classes and pupils in Brevard County in
years prior to 1968-69. Figures for 1968-69 and succeeding years include pupils in special vocational classes.
1971-72 figures exclude pupils in juvenile centers.







TABLE


NUMBER OF PUPILS IN SEPARATE EXCEPTIONAL
CHILD CLASSES, IN MEMBERSHIP AT CLOSE OF YEAR,
BY GRADE GROUP, 1971-72


Grade Groups

District 1-6 7-9 10-12 1-12

Alachua 314 172 102 588
Baker 33 28 5 66
Bay 246 132 95 473
Bradford 41 7 1 49
Brevard 887 195 74 1,156
Broward 1,032 667 283 1,982
Calhoun -
Charlotte 41 21 22 84
Citrus 22 9 33 64
Clay 81 26 0 107
Collier 125 66 8 199
Columbia 95 52 0 147
Dade 2,064 619 159 2,842
De Soto 67 32 15 114
Dixie 9 0 0 9
Duval 1,311 440 257 2,008
Escambia 528 230 30 788
Flagler 38 15 0 53
Franklin 28 5 0 33
Gadsden 21 43 23 87
Gilchrist -
Glades -
Gulf 37 15 15 67
Hamilton 4 4 0 8
Hardee 59 26 12 97
Hendry 42 19 6 67
Hernando 56 37 5 98
Highlands 14 0 0 14
Hillsborough 1,130 655 177 1,962
Holmes 0 15 3 18
Indian River 199 89 0 288
Jackson 196 19 6 221
Jefferson 61 1 0 62
Lafayette 14 4 0 18
Lake 33 8 6 47
Lee 257 84 56 397
Leon 215 52 83 350
Levy -
Liberty
Madison 65 16 0 81
Manatee 16 0 0 16
Marion 38 14 2 54
Martin 74 28 0 102
Monroe 99 38 1 138
Nassau 87 36 2 125
Okaloosa 217 140 26 383
Okeechobee 20 0 0 20
Orange 1,355 357 47 1,759
Osceola 91 41 9 141
Palm Beach 298 71 3 372
Pasco 109 0 0 109
Pinellas 619 291 321 1,231
Polk 221 28 9 258
Putnam 107 90 29 226
St. Johns 15 0 0 15
St. Lucie 164 102 4 270
Santa Rosa 133 58 30 221
Sarasota 363 262 150 775
Seminole 408 27 0 435
Sumter 75 0 0 75
Suwannee 94 4 10 108
Taylor 65 76 10 151
Union 21 1 15 37
Volusia 470 117 71 658
Wakulla 13 19 0 32
Walton 70 8 0 78
Washington 43 18 6 67

TOTAL 14,650 5,629 2,221 22,500











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