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Group Title: Research report
Title: Analysis of membership, promotion and non-promotion, Florida public schools
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Title: Analysis of membership, promotion and non-promotion, Florida public schools
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Creator: Florida -- Dept. of Education
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Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Publication Date: 1972-1973
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Subject: School census -- Statistics -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Promotion (School) -- Statistics   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 1972-1974.
Issuing Body: Issued by Division of Elementary and Secondary Education, Bureau of Research,1972; Bureau of Research and Information, 1973; Research Information and Surveys Section 1974.
General Note: Compiled from item 30, "membership at the close of each month of school," Principal's annual report on attendance.
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Succeeded by: Florida high school graduates, public and private schools, promotion and non-promotion, Florida public schools

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S This public document was promugated at a an nal cost of $170.38 or

$.21 per copy to assist school districts .a developing base 1In data
for needs identification and planning.


Research Repot[t 108 is a revision of Research Report 102. This report was
designed and prepared by the Bureau of Research and Information, Division of
Elementary and. Secondary Education, Department of Education. Inquiries

regarding thi. report should be addressed to: Ed R. Allen, Jr., Program
Director, Burieau of Research and Information, Division of Elementary and
Secondary Education, of the Department of Education. (800)


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FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA


FLOYD T. CHRISTIAN, COMMISSIONER


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ANALYSIS OF MEMBERSHIP


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 1972-73 school
year. Data pertaining to adult and vocational schools are not 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

14,991
7,260
9,922
9,181
8,399
10,123
12,432
10,392
8,103
9,603
8,256
7,731


Percent Increase
Peak Month Over
First Month

1.46%
.67
.87
.78
.79
.81
.96
.78
.59
.69
.58
.54


The peak month in Florida's school membership for 1972-73 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
was broken since the peak months for 1971-72 and 1972-73 was the 4th month, making
this the peak for five consecutive years.


1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71
1971-72
1972-73







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 1972-73

Month Districts

1 Bay, Brevard, Columbia, Duval, Escambia, Gadsden, Hamilton,
Jackson, Jefferson, Leon, Madison, Okaloosa, Santa Rosa,
Taylor, Washington

2 Alachua, Gulf, Orange, Suwannee

3 Calhoun, Dade, Lafayette, Nassau

4 Bradford, Hernando, Liberty, Pinellas, Putnam

5 Broward, Collier, Dixie, Flagler, Gilchrist, Hardee, Hendry,
Highlands, Hillsborough, Indian River, Lake, Lee, Monroe,
Okeechobee, Palm Beach, Polk, Sarasota, Seminole, Sumter*,
Volusia

6 De Soto, Glades, Manatee, Marion, Pasco, St. Johns, St. Lucie,
Wakulla, Walton

7 Clay, Levy, Martin, Osceola, Sumter*, Union

8 Charlotte, Citrus, Franklin, Holmes

9 Baker

*Districts in which peak membership occurred in two months.


Membership Change

Twenty-eight districts showed a gain in total K-12 membership between the
end of the first month and the close of school in 1972-73. Nine districts showed
a loss in all grade groups. At the elementary level fifty-six districts showed
a gain. Twenty-four districts showed some net increase at the end of the year at
the junior high level. At the Kindergarten level thirty-four districts showed a
gain. 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)
1972-73 -22,593 -(1.59)






The net membership loss, K-12, during the year for the State as a whole was
22,142 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 K gained 451 pupils ( .74 percent)
Grades 1-6 gained 13,294 pupils (1.84 percent)
Grades 7-9 lost 3,671 pupils ( .96 percent)
Grades 10-12 lost 32,216 pupils (10.06 percent)
Grades 1-12 lost 22,593 pupils (1.59 percent)
Grades K-12 lost 22,142 pupils (1.49 percent)


Last Month of School

The greatest net change in total membership comes during the last month
each school year--between the end of the eighth month and the close of the school
year. For the 1972-73 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 fourth and fifth month.

Net Loss During Last Month of School

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

1966-67 5,444 2,065 1,531 9,040
1967-68 6,571 2,358 1,609 10,538
1968-69 6,017 2,493 1,903 10,413
1969-70 6,569 2,954 1,945 11,468
1970-71 7,182 3,336 2,201 12,719
1971-72 6,429 3,036 2,489 11,954
1972-73 6,808 3,637 3,234 16,121


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 distributed 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.
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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 1972-73 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 1971-72 school year to the first month of the 1972-73 year.
Statewide, there were 24,794 more pupils on the active roll at the end of the first
month of 1972-73 than were on the roll when school closed in 1971-72.

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 1971-72 and Column IV gives
the average daily membership for 1972-73. Column V is the difference between Column
III and Column IV, or the change in average daily membership.

Table 5 gives the number of pupils in each district taught in separate
exceptional child classes, usually under the supervision of a teacher in an excep-
tional child unit. There were 24,712 pupils in this classification; 62.52 percent
were classified as elementary and 37.48 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 5.


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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


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


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


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


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


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


Month


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


Month

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9


1967-68

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



1972-73

(1,485,143)
3,717
6,759
9,594
9,444
5,805
-110
-7,208
-22,142


Month

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9



Month


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


1967-68

100.00%
100.30
100.68
100.85
100.96
100.64
100.26
99.83
99.01



1972-73

100.00%
100.25
100.46
100.65
100.64
100.39
99.99
99.51
98.51






TABLE 3

END OF MONTH MEMBERSHIP 1972-73

MEMBERSHIP *-NET CHANGE IN MEMBERSHIP FROM FIRST MONTH, 197273 -* X CHANGE
DISTRICT GRADE END OF IST TO
S-- -GROUP -- -4ST-MOHN- -W---3R0- ---41- -- ------ - ----t -T-TTM--- --IW- 9--9-T NI-ONW

ALACHUA K 1,5(1 3 7 11 17 24 18 16 12 .80
-6- .- ------ 0.8 -_--I.--- ----~ ---- ---- ----. .-o -41 --- %.. IS
1-9 5506 21 2T 17 15 3 -10 2 -41 -.74
10-12 4,598 16 13 -75 -104 -160 -220 -248 -300 -6.52
K--42 ---,-22*47-- -- -9---- -- --77---8 -*433-- -221--- 21 -3--- --1.-.65-.

BAKER K 201 -3 -3 0 4 8 7 10 7 3.48
---................. .....,.........-- 3-- ----- 10 12 25 7 .-'--.37-5-_ -- --4.4-a--
7-9 746 -5 -3 -8 -4 1 1 1 -3 -.40
10-12 5095 6 -10 -14 -9 -8 -13 -14 -14 -2.39
...- K-4-2t- .---.. 2.83- --..- -----6 .---- --.-16-- ----28-- -.32- -42 ....... 1...
BAY K 995 2 2 4 6 19 21 7 -8 -.80
-----6 -----i ----a -- ---.-- -1 -1 45 84 --- --- ..-05
7-9 5S053 -18 -26 -42 -53 -65 -72 -52 -99 -1.96
10-12 4.031 -32 -113 -170 -195 -241 -288 -332 -377 -9.35
--- -_--_-.--46--- --1419 ..-4$--195----224- ---4-- 46-- -294- -293- -488- --2.6
BRAOFORO K 243 3 11 8 T 4 11 15 12 4.94
--- -6------------------ -4^--- - -56-- --- -.----- 52
7-9 967 8 10 21 16 23 27 20 25 2.59
10-12 740 1 -2 3 -53 -66 -84 -92 -95 -12.84
--. .--- --,-K----- 3-W--- --- ------ -5,3-.---. ---.10 ...-- ...... --. -3... .T.. 35

BREVARO K 2,934 3 7 -4 2 2 -31 -58 -117 -3.99
.-- _..----.---- A-5--- L----2.4.----0 -r a i-2- -"-22 ....- .--a-...
7-9 16.319 -26 39 0 -28 -60 -82 -126 -305 -1.87
10-12 14,737 -222 -348 -558 -832 -1.009 -1,185 -1,344 -1,482 -10.06
-- -.. ---- --. 62-2 .3 -- --- a -35 -581 -tA7 -r'.nPO -1 60Z-.-2 5 _---3._46..

BROWARD K 5,508 129 164 328 268 312 296 242 151 2.74
AA ---------L ----2 11- O 2-2 9Q 2,2 2,7 74? 9 27 .?q ?.t ,7 3 %A__3_
7-9 33,219 833 908 1094 1.080 19061 868 757 464 1.40
10-12 27,495 -174 -494 -696 -994 -1.325 -1,634 -2,336 -2.519 -9.16
- - -U --.-6.--as 44-l--s taa--. z. a-259 9 z a 2.520- 41 4-jl 2a9- 112 ..10

CA.HOUN K 154 1 4 3 12 11 13 11 12 7.79
6 ----.- n ----2 -4 -1 -4o __ ..
1-9 932 4 2 -8 -6 -15 -20 -19 -23 -4.32
10-12 417 -3 -9 -15 -1I -25 -31 -36 -38 -9.11
K-12 2,0 3 -3 4 .-22 -14 -33 -39 -48 -45 -2.16
CHARLOTTE K 256 3 8 0 9 8 12 20 13 5.08
S---. o- -- 4-, 3 --404---2W 1 19 ---- 84---l49 ----... 5
7-9 1,543 24 52 75 71 72 79 93 77 4.99
10-12 1,167 13 38 31 31 25 18 2 -19 -1.63
..------- ----,----4,433--- -- 15?- --- 263-.0---2 -..--29 .-.---..220-.. -4. 46-.

CITRUS K 320 -3 0 1 22 30 33 37 29 9.06
-1-- .--.-4 .. -------4-- 2 -2 23- .4-- 4--3 ...3.... 24__ 13..-60-
7-9 1,397 13 2 9 37 61 85 91 76 5.60
10-12 1,07Z -4 -47 -64 -71 -117 -142 -139 -153 -14.27
-- ------1-- 1-- -- ----3----- "-- 1 --- --9- -- -334- 301.-.-.-. 46..

CLAY K 57 9 8 9 0 8 8 2 -4 -.69
-1 a IV t--6--- &U3---3 174-- 46 021 267 _-242- W0 ----3.60-
7-9 2,862 29 49 68 81 64 74 74 32 1.12
RAIL f11iS iL ml -i i_ i JR 3f4 -its -11 -11:2

COLLIER K 600 53 64 79 94 95 91 78 14 2.06
-- --1-6 38 2 991 626 583 382 -52 -1.01
7-9 26519 120 13 255 284 285 260 116 -86 -3.2'
10-12 2,078 1i 1 -11 -23 -67 -108 -171 -240 -11.58
--., -c. K-.UL_ .AL3 ,5._ _.- ... .1..i ....-.- 2 99...... .6. ??..--2 ._ 405 -364 -3.45
COLUMBIA K 317 -2 -8 -4 -2 -4 -2 -6 -16 -4.24
1-6 3*261 8 51 60 74 71 85 71 43 1.32
-"fi ----------- T T. ...-.. -5 .... r 3-.-.T.. -100-
10-12 1.99j -39 -49 -73 -99 -129 -157 -179 -194 -12.49
K-I 6,887 -20 -4 -4 -57 -69 -127 -184 -2.67

OAOE K 10*868 24 332 426 516 546 557 496 354 3.26
1-6 116,19) 61-8 1.148 1,717 2,30 2*450 2,566 2,369 1,605 1.38
r--XT-_ 7--- -O .T. --- ----"T.... 1 ----9- --'36 -.-.. B-3 --TO---84-
10-12 54,663 -951 -1,419 -2,486 -3,364 -4,159 -4,955 -5,720 -6,361 -11.64
K-.1 241,969 -48 238 -166 -409 -1,094 -2,197 -3,448 -5,509 -2.28





TABLE 3 (Continued)

-- --'NEH!BERSHTIT 1-WETCH1ANGE' TW-7METERSMETP FRO FItRST MONT- 197273 -F- t-ClA1tGt
DISTRICT GRADE END OF 1ST TO
GROUP FIRST MONTH 2NO 3RD 4TH STH 6TH 7TH 8TH 9H 9TH MONTH

DESOTO K 99 1 1 1 1 -2 -2 -3 -3.03
1-6 1,963 43 73 106 121 112 111 88 5.56
7-- 8 -..T-.-......---3----.-----316 .. T-3------ ---=3......--
10-12 561 4 -8 -13 -24 -27 -34 -42 -50 -8.91
K-12 3,01. 9 50 82 119 125 94 74 32 1.04
oDXIE K 114 1 -1 3 4 2 -2 -6 -11 -9.65
1-6 795 -4 5 15 26 24 26 29 20 2.52
-- ---- -- ---t---- 4 -----3- ----2-----6-------9---(- ..- ---.-9ss-
10-12 307 -3 -7 -10 -6 -10 -8 -14 -23 -7.49
K-12 1.634 -12 1 11 28 18 22 14 -10 -.61

OUVAL K 3.598 7 16 10 "4 -44 -87 -146 -224 -6.23
1-6 54.682 30 40 191 214 171 94 35 -390 -.71
1-28 -- 0 ..-. --=0--- ""-a --- -, 8 -- 8--*T09- 1 -' .--
10-12 26.136 -333 -655 -1.199 -1,*25 -1*813 -2,114 -2,374 -2.608 -9.96
K-12 113*363 -222 -649 -1*181 -19497 -1,974 -2,505 -2#943 -3,931 -3.47

ESCAMBIA K 2.146 33 43 39 54 37 21 -2 -44 -2.05
1-6 23*128 21 -15 -3 -50 -66 -59 -55 -149 -.64
...... -3 7~~=44~~ --=119 ---O---- tr-2--- ---9---9 -4M---* --ITO-1
10-12 9.856 -164 -263 -367 -531 -664 -742 -845 -981 -9.95
K-12 47.967 -15* -294 -453 -697' -898 -1,059 -1,259 -1,635 -3.41
FLAGLER K 80 9 0 1 4 3 2 1 -2 -2.50
1-6 628 -6 -5 5 9 -12 -2 -12 -12 -1.91
,-.-..... -----.--.g.- -. - _. ^----y....-- -l --,_--r--- ---to ----_- __^--- __ ^ -- t 99_j_._.,.
10-12 246 4 1 -2 -8 -9 -8 -11 -15 -6.10
K-12 1*298 -2 -9 9 15 -11 -1 -20 -34 -2.62
FRANKLIN K 93 2 2 2 3 6 6 8 7 7.53
1-6 921 4 16 10 25 24 32 33 26 2.82
-.. -----""_--- "-- -- --2--- ---'-"------------- -------e .-- -.-_ ---__64
10-12 325 3 2 -1 "! -3 -5 -2 -6 -1.85
K-12 1,831 0 10 7 20 15 24 31 14 .76

GADSOEN K ST9 3 7 7 4 5 4 3 -2 -.35
1-6 4,911 -19 -2 -14 -I -8 -27 -29 -24 -.49
-..-.-_ ---- yI- ---- 2,700---* ---r tt--4--A--;~ -~~~--9T----fr2--~-T3-- --76r~~~----2jj~-f~ffrt
10-12 1,83N -14 -25 -47 -83 -102 -114 -127 -131 -7.13
K-12 10G21" -34 -36 -78 -111 -142 -199 -226 -233 -2.32

GILCHRIST K 78 2 1 2 4 1 -1 -1 -1 -1.28
1-6 594 0 -1 13 19 17 5 14 13 2.19
I^-------- ------------- -l------------- ^ ------------ g..--------y ------------------- ------- ------ ^ ------- .------.....-----^^..8
10-12 240 4 2 -1 3 0 -2 -3 -5 -2.08
K-12 1*208 3 5 21 33 25 5 14 10 .83
GLADES --- K - -- --- --- -----3-- 3 -a .--3 -
1-6 49 9 23 27 42 51 26 20 15 3.06
7-9 252 3 5 17 17 19 7 5 1 .40
U-1- 2 3 -t -i---i ;1 11 t7-
K-12 917 1a 31 46 59 73 27 17 7 .712

^ 0-- ---K----- ---i -'- --.-- 3--.------t- .. --.- --.. -i9T--
1-6 1.280 24 19 5 12 18 15 16 1.25
7-9 741 -$ -5 -8 -1T -17 -15 -21 -25 -3.35
---.-----Lo"-rn--"--- --3--'-------- <---- S -- --' ----W~--T-----"T9- --
K-12 2.749 22 14 -4 -24 -20 -18 -30 -42 -1.53

HATILW .... ....--K- ... --1.. -- t ..... -- ----- .....--.. ...... -0 .---... *
1-6 1.092 9 6 15 23 23 26 32 32 3.04
7-9 574 -3 -1 2 4 "4 -10 -15 -17 -2.96
--- -- -S-"---T 1- L-"29*-31 P- --4, 1 --HT;-r8
K-12 2,238 -3 -13 -9 -1 -14 -33 -43 -49 -2.19

WAR- -------- ---y---- ------- -------^- ..--24---- ---12 ..----t M50-
1-6 1,946 156 285 420 511 494 479 438 324 16.53
7-9 866 36 75 81 86 59 34 7 -9 -1.04
-.- --6-r-o--- 95 ----9---- g *- -St-- a9-----.-9- .-1-98,-
K-12 3.515 132 366 494 589 539 491 418 280 7.97

HENDRY---.......- .....-- ...-...... ....-. .--..-----..---- -- .... -- -..5..._.. -..-5 .....-3-....-. --
1-6 1.868 S7 98 115 145 141 138 139 96 5.14
7-9 905 24 31 25 31 11 6 4 -16 -1.77
T.. W.2 ----t ---- 0- 2----2--2-- ---- 1*- -- 24 2- tSl --*----.----5 .
K-12 3.418 8t 130 135 167 134 122 120 47 1.38

'HERNANDO K x- I -6- 7. -. 7 9 4 -* *.7-
1-6 2,953 22 41 71 96 108 119 131 8s 3.33
7-9 1.3845 -3 15 10 -2 4 -9 -33 -2.38
-lr -- 5---9- ---- ---- -- -----t--. .4.-k- ---- ---tt--"tz 4t.--' t-
K-12 9,107 16 3 52 49 36 16 2 -92 -1.80




TABLE 3 (Continued)

MEMBERSHIP *--NE;T CHANGE IN MEMBERSHIP FROM FIRST MONTH, 197273 -* I CHANGE
-OISTRT--- oGRDE---- --Em ------------- ---------
GROUP FIRST MONTH 2ND 3RD 4TH 5TH 6TH 7TH 8TH 9TH 9TH MONTH

HIGHLANDS K -- -T- 7- .-3----3 3 --- ---. -2 1 ..
1-6 3.365 13 78 159 202 223 215 220 187 5.56
7-9 1,782 4 42 56 67 57 47 37 23 1.29
.- .----- -... --------t.._---l-- -- ^Q------ll-- _. --t -^..,--- -l_7----2--- -.^ ----.-.(^--j---^.----. *St -Ar
K-12 6,664 29 139 219 265 260 229 200 147 2.21
HILLSBOROUGH XK 81 8 T '---T--.. .5.... 1-5 19. -5 15 14 17.28
1-6 54,882 228 535 977 1,357 1.511 1,536 1,605 1,209 2.20
1-9 27,368 96 96 193 278 232 144 101 -33 12
--Z ..... -T2 S------ t-"s - ;s3-=;3O -iw tw 2 --2.909 "--1;-2-
K-12 105.715 -76 -94 L02 280 -7 -553 -921 -1,719 -1.63

HOtS -- ------t --- -- -----5 7 --- -q- t 4 f-9t 4.
1-6 1,456 -6 -8 2 1 15 28 50 48 3.30
7-9 808 4 2 2 -2 -7 -4 -2 -4 -.50
-- -12 6"39"-"- 3"----9..r---W --"-32---2-- .-29--"--28 ..-.. ...-0-
K-12 3,096 -9 -20 -15 -26 -7 6 30 21 .68

`TTIH IVER .K 31-- 0 t ..t1---- -1t ......- -- 2 -4- 1.29
1-6 4,258 33 49 107 149 167 142 156 112 2.63
7-9 2.330 16 -2 22 23 17 7 -6 -17 -.73
'""" -`TOST2----- SS ---12---75-039--^---9 *-- ^ g-.. y- -19- y -- -..,^4-
K-12 8,759 33 18 94 119 98 36 19 -66 -.75

JACKSON -K --494 9 -8 12 9 10 ---to- 4 .81.
1-6 3,829 0 -16 13 13 10 27 25 15 .39
7-9 2,-17 1 -23 -29 -43 -62 -75 -82 -88 -4.10


..-.....--_.- ."--_.-- ---a--s ; ----
K-12 8,078 -22 -57 -25 -62 -95 -98

f PERSO ----- -.- --. . -... .-- --1 ....-3_ ---.... .---1..- .....--...-0
1-6 1.164 -15 -7 -18 1 8 6
7-9 702 19 11 3 4 6 -1


- --6r- ---75-- -*---4--6-
-116 -144 -1.78

1 1 .66
0 1 .09
1 2 .28


u-----r----1-- -8 18--' ---- 3----- --95----9- - ,-+-
K-12 2,507 -'8 -9 -36 -21 -15 -28 -33 -31 -1.24

t YVETT -- r-I- -3 1--,----- ----- 2- --- -- -----t- -- --_----1 -1 ---- -1 -2.56-
1-6 366 1 9 4 -3 15 5 6 5 1.37
7-9 170 3 6 3 3 11 10 11 11 6.47
---- t 199--r --2~ 9 -----0 --4-- --9 -- ----9--2- --_- -. - 6S-yr
K-12 714 13 22 6 -5 19 7 7 7 .98

tm ------ ---------wt -- -t- - tt tr--^4- -- i-.- ------ 2 ----s -_34
1-6 8*013 89 207 368 486 509 476 441 308 3.84
7-9 4,245 3 92 143 155 113 94 52 -3 -.07
u1-a-m ------ 3-t t--W--24 --1 ----- -19tft---i -t-----t3--- -h-1--
K-12 16.310 81 291 516 596 526 416 296 72 .44

ig K_ 318 28 i 5 3 --- -- 2T -3 1.57
1-6 12*235 109 245 436 535 593 593 562 300 2.45
7-9 5,999 34 57 113 170 145 68 48 -32 -.53
K-12 23*350 107 254 487 527 460 321 172 -268 -1.15

E K Th---- 1T II -- ... T-- -- -.--. ----;-- .--
1-6 10,009 -16 -2 20 49 57 104 111 30 .30
7-9 9S390 A -9 -4 1 -18 -46 -55 -120 -2.23
yp -*- -g 4- .-......---ya ----s1-'I-=TO3-'"- "--Z- --- -'- - 7y .---vV"
K-12 21,049 -49 -94 -94 -139 -176 -199 -234 -458 -2.18


1-6 1,833 4, 48 73 81 85 94 100 03 4.53
1-9 968 3 -9 0 3 8 12 -3 -7 -.72
2 -T2V -I--- =? r --z=T1T3--o --=I ---33- W --2wZ
K-12 3,748 14 48 89 92 98 106 92 63 1.68

CLRlr~~ ---- ------- T'- --- .-. .- 1 -Tr---- l---_ .-._-
1-6 443 6 9 16 13 14 14 1 14 19 4.29
_-9 253 -4 3 1 -2. 0 -1 -5 -4 -1.58
34- --------- 3^1-6--11-12- -10 -9- --- --- --**
K-12 961 4 8 10 1 3 8 -1 5 .52
MA Oi K --m- -'r-gT-. -6 ... .... -- 5. ---- --.- .. --...-0
1-6 1.773 -3 5 4 14 17 16 24 19 1.07
_7-9 880 0 6 16 10 3 4 3 ,34
VS" T2.-'- ~ 7""g--- - -- -- ....... ....="------"--- -" -- ....---+' ""
K-12 3.608 -19 -24 -17 -18 -33 -46 -43 -52 -1.44

MTNATEE K li145 2- I37 60 .76 9 79 66 41
1-6 8,476 65 222 317 414 407 509 482 449 5.30
7-9 4*440 -1 35 74 102 122 86 76 56 1.26
K-12 17,-778 S- 243 -62 ... 8 499 426 341 240 1 .35a
K-12 17.778 6.2 243 362 458 499 426 341 240 1.35


/




TABLE 3 (Continued)

MEMBERSHIP *-NE1 CHANGE IN MEMBERSHIP FROM FIRST MONTH* 197273 -* t CHANGE
aISTTRrCF----GRTHDE-EN- --- .-..-..---.- ..-- ~--..----- -...... ST-TO
GROUP FIRST MONTH 2NO 3RD 4TH 5TH 6TH 7TH 8TH 9TH 9TH MONTH

MARION ---. 1,oo3- l. 23 -26 29 43 40 39 22 2;.1-9
1-6 9,530 19 168 269 329 394 417 457 392 4.11
7-9 5o007 35 67 84 97 98 76 36 10 .20
- -~---- -704 =-g-- -71 ----- -- 22-3-.- 7. U
K-12 19.581 74 187 278 318 349 310 248 129 .66
MARTIN K 319 4 4 -2 -4 -6 -8 8 -18 -5.64
1-6 3,488 24 72 118 164 161 214 206 147 4.21
7-9 1,810 4 11 32 41 46 56 43 25 1.38
la-la f. 5I-IU 4v _. 6Ur 4
K-12 7.123 1 55 99 165 147 170 136 30 .42

MONROE K- 584 4 9 36 4- 8 42 16 12 3.; 25
1-6 5,332 32 59 L34 148 150 54 -10 -252 -4.73
7-9 2,823 -4 17 9 -20 -61 -97 -200 -7.08
K-12 10.526 2 43 178 179 129 -56 -172 -583 -5.54
NASSAU K .. .6 -. ...; 7 -4 ... 3 8 ..... 61
1-6 3*192 28 51 60 56 58 67 103 105 3.29
-9 .771 3 1 16 29 23 22 10 19 18 1.02

K-12 6,754 1i 46 39 8 1 -22 12 -4 -.06

'OKALOOSA K 1,495 -- -7 -Z6 -25 -27 --2 -23 -67 -44 8
1-6 12,781 -21 -5 -116 -129 -178 -167 -167 -376 -2.94
7-9 6,857 -11 -75 -56 -93 -82 -85 -114 -297 -4.33
T-12 5- -66 r130 -r86 --29---304' --352 -394 ;503 -8.68
K-12 26,928 -106 -217 -384 -466 -591 -633 -698 -1,243 -4.62

OKEECHOfE K 21 1 0 -1 -- 4 -4 ..-. 2 -9.-2
1-6 1989 3'8 53 112 130 119 111 141 98 4.93
7-9 935 14 12 23 38 43 40 41 12 1.28
SIT- 628 -- -2T -25---3T -3 --T- -6 ... 84 -T3-38'
K-12 3.S73 41 38 109 130 105 82 109 24 .67
ORANGE ----K 3- 3185- 33 -2 -68 4 17 --21 -86 -2.70
1-6 42,448 189 364 565 704 716 823 784 374 ,88
7-9 22,386 121 144 175 160 102 65 1 -167 -.75
~TO2- --T8*W?--"-Z79jrTiUBZ 428 47738 -791- 3-T8 -TT.67
K-12 86.426 14 -61 7 -150 -565 -833 -1,197 -2,017 -2.33

OSiCEDOLK 3z- 63---- -3- 3 32 1 3.52
1-6 3,450 30 60 69 151 182 204 209 205 5.94
7-9 1,687 34 47 36 65 70 80 78 66 3.91
jy sn~'--- -rz~ - ^-- --_y3------V ~-"-lO-20 12--;T4T-- W& r--I78"--Tt.8
K-12 6,844 48 64 23 110 150 166 158 111 1.62

PALM BEACH K 2,244 124 190 225 258 "251 --240 203 I130 ... 5;.9
1-6 32,824 444 811 1,147 1,334 1,436 1,368 1,197 832 2.53
7-9 17,822 11.1 176 265 210 62 -16 -159 -373 -2.09
K-12 67,274 517 985 1.298 1,331 1,098 795 236 -537 -.80

PASCO ~K 62T 16 -. .. ....T6 4 -- -1 -13 2 ---.C
1-6 8*341 131 345 642 792 914 931 886 768 9.21
7-9 4,246 83 183 271 315 332 305 264 167 3.93
10 ---12 ... .....----~--~ .------8 -zr-3---- -^.-- r "--___. y- ._ _-- -,
K-12 16.911 230 503 811 942 1,022 887 724 427 2.59

PINELLCAS K 4,173 3l3 101- 136 -147 150 128 108 13 1.27
1-6 41,243 251 415 735 861 958 911 986 649 1.57
7-9 23,817 46 89 164 196 182 91 29 -202 -.85
S2 ------ 245 4--- 40 7"--~ 670 -w-71U -- 914;2 6-739 3-^ "-3~' '4 -3
K-12 90,478 -71 -109 39 -466 -778 -1,356 -1,616 -2,523 -2.79

POLK 273- 27 94 158 .259. .W. 21-2 7 109 4.71
1-6 28,628 372 1,067 1,522 1,686 1,812 1,795 1,569 1,236 4.29
7-9 14,316 123 337 461 462 423 368 185 49 .34
. .... . -^ ---- ----------------- ....... ._ _- ....... ... ------g- ------ .'-----gl- -- ---- 7 "-- -4"Q --.1 .__._ 6?_ "- __.-...... --'I .' -
K-12 56*138 450 1,403 1,950 2*150 2,105 1,896 1,345 741 1.32

PUTNAM K 58g 1 21 21 12- 2 19 ... 2;3
1-6 4,889 6 57 111 121 136 165 165 144 2.95
7-9 2,691 17 20 38 36 37 21 4 -9 -.33
ITn ~2T.. .O .. _2 .....3 --T7 ... 8 -- ... 2- -- TT -6-~BT
K-12 10,284 13 68 123 112 105 88 46 -19 -.18

S-JO is 1 6 8 ... 2 -8 7....
1-6 3,641 54 87 108 128 150 169 181 142 3.90
7-9 1,891 3 1 7 4 6 1 -13 -59 -3.12
.T.Ir 1.T375 -21 -35 -47 -62 -83 -10o -130 ---137 -9'.;
K-12 7,276 44 56 74 78 79 66 41 -62 -.85





TABLE 3 (Continued)

MEMBERSHIP *--NET CHANGE IN MEMBERSHIP FROM FIRST MONTH, 197273 -* X CHANGE
TISTRTCT---W IYE- END OF- -.- --7-..- -
GROUP FIRST MONTH 2NO 3RD 4TH 5TH 6TH 7TH 8TH 9TH 9TH MONTH

ST LUCIE C.K 235 14 21 22-- 43 --47 45 40 17.02
1-6 5,995 30 135 221 236 297 285 291 257 4.29
7-9 2,926 21 59 93 92 97 88 79 71 2.43
10-'Z 2.243 -s0 -B5 -1 ---150 -17- -194 -222 -238 -70.61
K-12 11.399 22 130 216 206 263 226 193 130 1.14

SANTA ROSA K 57" 2i-. 0 -16 -2.87
1-6 S,418 -24 -60 -60 -38 -55 -63 -71 -78 -1.44
7-9 3,027 -10 -33 -27 -44 -47 -67 -93 -115 -3.80
T6=f- 2.121T -_ -ST 2 -115 -19n -134 .-.03
K-12 11.225 -51 -126 -141 -154 -195 -245 -299 -343 -3.06

SARASOtfA K 1,06-7 1- 37 55 2 8 3 28 2.62
1-6 10,395 42 119 288 349 318 303 358 299 2.89
7-9 5.510 21 66 118 123 109 76 73 30 .54
-.FT .-- -~ 6 .---16;Z8-- 4 266 3Z -Z- '374 =7. 52
K-12 21,906 10 118 344 399 285 151 152 -17 -.08

SEMINOLE K 1,269 16 16 36 47 -46 49 41 25 1.97
1-6 13.621 106 289 508 646 734 770 838 744 5.46
7-9 6*661 13 65 118 123 86 108 71 44 .66
F- .. -1-- T. ---1 -Z- M ~t3 2~ Z85 -341 --36 38 3 -7.83
K-12 26,634 118 306 531 612 581 586 584 415 1.56

SiUMTER -- K ; 0 ....0 -0 0 0- 0- ,, 00
1-6 2,212 20 51 110 164 159 184 149 129 5.83
7-9 1,040 3 24 33 35 30 33 30 11 1.05
--ITZ oy 835 -- -12 -12 -- 3 -39- -. 49 5. 87
K-12 4.095 16 63 131 178 158 178 136 91 2.22

suWANNEE"-- K ... --- 4..3 6 0- -2 -.90
1-6 2*185 24 25 31 27 35 47 34 28 1.28
7-9 1,119 4 -2 -13 -5 -3 3 -6 -10 -.89
.. V4... ... --y' .. T .-.-..-27 --- 6 ... - 7-- : 45 *-;'-
K-12 4,470 23 9 1 5 0 13 -14 -29 -.65

TAVL OR ---1- -~K- J43- --[ ------ v-- . 9 ----- 3.-T41
1-6 1,818 -13 -38 -22 -7 -1 4 10 1 .06
7-9 931 -10 -7 -18 -22 -14 -5 -14 -27 -2.90
TF--.- ............. ...__- ............ ..-.--.--.---------T-- -1 ----- 8 -- --.~- .... ..^ --3- ....- ..- 3 -34; 62
K-12 3.690 -25 -53 -50 -48 -38 -24 -31 -53 -1.44

UW3ION 1 --- - -- ---- -1.*20
1-6 689 4 11 16 14 29 36 36 31 4.50
7-9 342 2 2 6 -2 -3 2 -7 -7 -2.05
-2----p--- air --- ,-.-.---------I -Z- .. 7 2 ---=7.....26
K-l12 1.417 5 11 18 5 19 27 6 1 .07

V-lT U--- -5 -- ---- T..... ---- -- - -5- 33 I-..---. -27 --1.53
1-6 16,238 1 91 260 337 353 413 454 291 1.79
7-9 8.423 42 -11 39 16 17 -23 -99 -1.11

K-12 34.418 -121 -161 -1 76 -29 -83 -225 -535 -1.55

W l---- K-0L K --..-..- .. ._. . .2 .- --. . .. .. .--- ..... .- .. ) _.. ...... .... .7 .. ... .... .
1-6 91 6 18 9 8 18 16 16 15 1.51
9 592 4 -1 -8 -5 3 -1 -8 -18 -3.59
------T---JI-------TI---^- 9- ---T7 -16-5- -TB-Z2-.8 1--7;-@4.
K-12 tI98B 6 10 -21 -- 14 6 -7 -21 -li.06

1-6 1,64 A 10 -6 13 37 31 32 24 1.28
1-9 1,094 -3 8 9 3 -5 -4 -10 -.91
"H- ..12 Z "-S-- --3 -4---4 -1 --=s----25 -=--8 ..-
K-12 3.94 9q 16 0 24 33 17 10 -12 -.30

BiiS1NrTON - K- K .2 --- --- -- -
1-6 1.O51 -L -13 -3 0 0 8 14 18 1.15
17-9 7l 5 5 1 3 3 -2 -2 -.25
i- T-- 1_..1.. __ -----r TT.. -- -. --- --- .. -,;
K,-12 3.1S4 -1 -9 -8 -13 -23 -19 -22 -15 -.47

STAT -TOTAL K 61,046 ..- 1.416 1,863 2.338 -2390 27.T-Ti11 i38 -4I ".T74
1-6 721.147 4,794 9*703 15.124 18*822 20,432 20,817 20.102 13.294 1.84
7-9 382.644 1,914 2.871 3,935 4,135 3*309 1.709 34 -3,671 -,96
K-g12 1,485143 3,71- ,759 4 T 9444 58205 -110 -7T208-2273142 -1.49
K-12 1,485,143 3,717 6,759 9.594 9.444 5,805 -110 -7.208-22,142 -1.49


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MISCELLANEOUS MEMBERSHIP DATA, K-12


Change in Membership Average Daily Membership
I II III IV V
End of Year End of First
1971-72 Month 1971-72 Change
to End of First to End of First ADM 1971-72
District Month 1972-73 Month 1972-73 1971-72 1972-73 to 1972-73

Alachua 382 '956 22,075 22,323 248
Baker 185 206 2,697 2,888 191
Bay 600 319 17,819 18,208 389
Bradford -45 -71 3,780 3,740 -40
Brevard 681 413 61,624 61,653 29
Broward 4,294 5,928 123,012 129,418 6,406
Calhoun -9 -17 2,092 2,062 -30
Charlotte 413 497 4,520 5,115 595
Citrus 814 961 4,501 5,440 939
Clay 913 889 10,366 11,383 1,017
Collier 235 795 10,320 11,039 719
Columbia 85 8 6,802 6,826 24
Dade -4,412 -3,344 246,377 241,194 -5,183
De Soto 93 95 2,982 3,126 144
Dixie 48 28 1,586 1,639 53
Duval -2,715 -4,470 116,078 111,603 -4,475
Escambia 616 116 47,351 47,411 60
Flagler 115 115 1,183 1,291 108
Franklin 12 -22 1,819 1,840 21
Gadsden 221 145 9,806 9,902 96
Gilchrist 63 58 1,145 1,218 73
Glades -11 -6 981 1,001 20
Gulf 25 -39 2,724 2,741 17
Hamilton -53 -83 2,291 2,214 -77
Hardee -149 267 3,664 3,857 193
Hendry 152 173 3,266 3,509 243
Hernando 428 519 4,679 5,133 454
Highlands 180 271 6,484 6,749 265
Hillsborough 2,880 2,191 102,835 105,299 2,464
Holmes 116 127 2,980 3,086 106
Indian River 174 115 8,585 8,784 199
Jackson 57 -29 8,021 7,992 -29
Jefferson 82 48 2,425 2,472 47
Lafayette -1 -23 715 719 4
Lake 284 630 16,026 16,584 558
Lee 1,417 1,593 21,933 23,488 1,555
Leon 260 110 20,789 20,759 -30
Levy 177 208 3,571 3,807 236
Liberty 9 5 952 964 12
Madison -84 -157 3,692 3,518 -174
Manatee 845 1,022 16,933 18,018 1,085
Marion 921 1,006 18,660 19,739 1,079
Martin 465 559 6,658 7,218 560
Monroe 135 245 10,391 10,501 110
Nassau 452 468 6,302 6,757 455
Okaloosa 74 -187 26,854 26,496 -358
Okeechobee 169 198 3,404 3,611 207
Orange 604 804 85,822 85,845 23
Osceola 415 425 6,429 6,932 503
Palm Beach 1,122 1,644 66,152 67,728 1,576
Pasco 1,853 2,325 14,658 17,054 2,396
Pinellas 3,830 3,562 86,648 89,640 2,992
Polk -694 386 56,832 57,304 472
Putnam -15 -57 10,299 10,324 25
St. Johns 152 196 7,124 7,186 62
St. Lucie 486 557 10,913 11,502 589
Santa Rosa 704 801 10,521 11,060 539
Sarasota 1,071 1,257 20,835 21,815 980
Seminole 2,082 2,423 24,552 27,013 2,461
Sumter 228 269 3,867 4,185 318
Suwannee 160 196 4,310 4,465 > 155
Taylor -55 -64 3,745 3,660 -85
Union 10 9 1,407 1,429 22
Volusia 1,134 1,068 33,444 34,410 966
Wakulla 118 99 1,867 1,979 112
Walton -24 -90 4,010 3,993 -17
Washington 20 4 3,164 3,076 -88

TOTAL 24,794 28,050 1,460,349 1,484,935 24,586


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TABLE .5

NUMBER OF PUPILS IN SEPARATE EXCEPTIONAL
CHILD CLASSES, IN MEMBERSHIP AT CLOSE OF YEAR,
BY GRADE GROUP, 1972-73


Grade Groups

1-. 7-9 10-12 1-12


District


Alachua 295 195 99 589
Baker 16 16
Bay 244 142 100 486
Bradford 31 25 9 65
Brevard 718 191 88 997
Broward 1,372 903 284 2,559
Calhoun
Charlotte 45 25 29 99
Citrus 9 5 28 42
Clay 85 36 121
Collier 150 80 27 257
Columbia 85 45 34 164
Dade 1,993 576 141 2,710
De Soto 73 28 22 123
Dixie 10 9 2 21
Duval 1,548 519 288 2,355
Escambia 573 291 111 975
Flagler 25 15 40
Franklin 15 12 27
Gadsden 39 61 25 125
Gilchrist -24 7 31
Glades
Gulf 44 24 12 80
Hamilton 13 11 7 31
Hardee 65 35 11 111
Hendry 48 26 6 80
Hernando 61 45 8 114
Highlands 15 15
Hillsborough 1,224 696 264 2,184
Holmes 25 19 6 50
Indian River 190 74 264
Jackson 203 38 5 246
Jefferson 53 53
Lafayette 18 9 27
Lake 58 18 8 84
Lee 351 109 65 525
Leon 216 83 65 364
Levy
Liberty
Madison 46 12 5 63
Manatee 24 24
Marion 36 17 8 61
Martin 148 36 9 193
Monroe 105 44 1 150
Nassau 91 56 43 190
Okaloosa 194 137 30 361
Okeechobee 24 24
Orange 1,393 435 47 1,875
Osceola 115 43 14 172
Palm Beach 354 58 2 414
Pasco 105 10 115
Pinellas 620 456 368 1,444
Polk 217 19 -236
Putnam 98 112 47 257
St. Johns 16 --16
St. Lucie 168 54 56 278
Santa Rosa 116 65 29 210
Sarasota 401 243 180 824
Seminole 436 47 -483
Sumter 76 76
Suwannee %,63 30 10 103
Taylor 65 58 33 156
Union 16 6 12 34
Volusia 471 143 94 708
Wakulla 11 16 7 34
Walton 78 4 4 86
Washington 54 29 12 95

TOTAL 15,451 6,499 2,762 24,712


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PROMOTION AND NON-PROMOTION


Data for this
principals covering
grade basis as well


study are taken from annual reports submitted by public school
the 1972-73 school year. An analysis is made on a grade-by-
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 without the stigma of failure.


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


to establish trends
not available by
a designation


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 16,121 pupils between the close of the eighth month of school
and the close of the school year. This represents a loss of only 1.13 percent,
but if just half this amount 8,061 had remained in school and had not been promoted,
the number of non-promotions would have increased from 3.59 percent to 4.17 percent.


State Summary of Students Not Promoted
at Close of
1970-71, 1971-72, and 1972-73


Number Not Promoted

1970-71 1971-72 1972-73


Percent Not Promoted

1970-71 1971-72 1972-73


Grades
Grades
Grades


1-6
7-9
10-12


Total 1-12


16,713
14,325
14,238


14,582
14,340
14,776


13,983
17,876
17,524


45,276 43,698 49,383


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2.32%
4.02
5.34

3.37%


2.03%
3.94
5.32

3.21%


1.94%
4.80
6.15

3.59%






Table 1 gives the number of promotions and non-promotions for each grade
in each district.

Table 2 is a comparative State summary of the number and percent of pupils in
each grade at the close of the 1971-72 and 1972-73 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 3 gives the state-wide percent of pupils not promoted by grade for each
of the last ten years.

Table 4 shows the percent of regular membership promoted by grade group and
the total number promoted and not promoted.


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TABLE 1


MEMBERSHIP PROMOTED AND NON-PROMOTED AT END
OF YEAR 1972-73, GRADES 1-6

FIRST GRADE SECOND GqADE THIRD GRADE FOURTH GRADE FIFTH GRADE SIXTH GRADE

-IOSTR ICT -PR -- -NON- --PA- -- NO.G--P- P --- ON----#G---NON- -P.O--- --NO--- Pa- NOU-
MOTED PRO. NOTED PRO. NOTED PRO. MOTED PRO. NOTED PRO. NOTED PRO.

-AM64GNA------- -4 04-- ---4^-6 -_----4U ,7--- 9--i -----1--tM48. -----10--448.18 - .-
BAKER 204 8 243 2 234 1 232 0 228 3 233 1
BAY 1.084 101 1.179 31 1,326 22 1,444 18 1.436 0 1,445 6
81A0rOR- D. ----2 -.- -..- -245.---. --4 ---0-----2-----. 30---.-. 2..28-- -.. --- -354 4-...
BREVARD 3,670 294 3,938 84 4.513 41 4742 27 4.830 8 5,188 10
BROWARD 9,217 448 9*575 166 10,262 84 10,612 36 10,483 24 10,702 135
4F4+)GUN--------49-----3~--..8.---4----m4,---3--4-- m484---.--A-.. .--4M---i--4- -~W-l.__-- 1.
CHARLOTTE 262 36 315 9 363 10 351 4 375 4 342 0
CITRUS 389 39 440 18 468 8 459 5 526 6 544 4
46-cY -----28---7E---- 864----S9--- -1.015-----4-- 3A4- 4-- 1e 054----l- -4-- 1+034 _fl4
COLLIER 723 71 767 33 821 24 803 12 843 7 842 4
COLUMBIA 476 129 482 17 489 9 534 7 516 0 559 1
-GGE-f -- -- --,)99--960- -- r549 --W-- LS9-44- 8--1 -- 374--M--$t-- ss--1--4-30-LS.195 --134-
OSSOTO 236 54 194 26 247 18 215 7 302 16 273 10
OIXIE 142 6 140 1 116 0 .119 0 132 0 147 2
UVA- ;---- -- ----... -......- --....... -.. 2024.-----.--9,239----36-.- -..230 -----16 --- ,50 -29
ESCAMBIA 3.090 320 3,425 93 3,698 82 3,702 55 4,002 19 3,884 35
FLAGLER 89 4 101 0 90 0 102 0 100 0 105 0
FA..NKL.----- --- -----4- ----- ------1423--- -- -------1-5- --.--- -L -48-- -.-0
GADSDEN 698 49 761 23 806 9 782 5 832 4 840 39
GILCHRIST 76 6 91 9 114 1 101 0 97 2 105 5
GLAOEtS --- - -4- -- 80 ...-. O- -0-- --..--- ---- .-----t .7 ---.-.- -- ----- -----5- -- 1
GULF 183 28 177 5 214 0 230 1 192 0 222 0
HAMILTON 176 10 165 10 180 5 178 3 159 5 177 3
.A-R0 -6--- -. --3a------B---- 33---48-----40----- -- -.- 3<-----3--- --.--364-.-... -------320-.-24
HENORY 293 29 308 4 315 1 349 1 318 0 298 0
HERNANOO 388 40 382 15 390 11 406 13 416 3 495 18
-HGfANfOS---8----- 48---- --43--- -- --- 543----B- --403----- -- ----- -1 ---427 --0
HILLSBOROUGH 8,163 417 8,776 189 9,335 139 9,*445 26 9,383 25 8,952 17
HOLMES 242 15 219 11 248 3 225 4 261 1 248 2
4N04IAN-RIVE R------648--- --- -----644---4-----644-9--- --- -----43----_64- -----31- ----
JACKSON 525 47 522 25 S87 12 615 4 633 3 628 40
JEFFERSON 157 13 162 6 213 3 180 0 181 4 193 0
LA W-ETTE ---.--. .. -- 5- ....- -----.5---. --...-.- 4-- ----- -..-AS-.- --.. ---- .-63-- --. 0
LAKE 1,120 28 1,257 18 1,386 21 1546 15 1,391 7 1,460 14
LEE 1,817 148 1,936 86 2,085 12 14926 15 2,014 3 2,101 39
L-O------ --r44- ...--42----1 84--- 1--- .6 ;*.7l----9---464-- 4--1 ----21
LEVY 302 8 269 5 321 13 338 9 329 8 311 3
fe-M-W ---------- 8- MADISON 267 1 270 0 302 1 287 4 305 3 300 6
MANATEE 1,317 39 1,388 23 1,504 14 1,490 17 1,518 12 1,577 2
SAR-IOtN- ------ r4---4--- ---,-40-----1-,6~- --44-- 1684--- 4 .4- .-5 --A 4 62.--- 25
MARTIN 525 31 571 19 559 11 562 3 631 0 569 6
MONROE 719 56 794 23 828 7 858 6 862 1 811 10
.NA&6S&AU-------.43----- --2---*---4-----0--4----3-------- 6 -------------
OKALOOSA 1,600 111 1,851 51 2.045 26 2,105 14 2,165 10 2,218 15
OKEECHOBEE 316 31 311 13 326 7 332 0 338 2 379 8
ORANGE ---- -----584 -49 --4396 236 6-821- 119 6,954 --- T7,046 46 7.142 -41
OSCEOLA 502 80 566 13 588 9 577 19 582 4 591 9
PALM BEACH 4.790 326 5,116 121 51561 79 ,*741 36 5,651 24 5,792 59
PACO------- -4 ar-- ---, 'n 445 43 1 -502 1 S--- --4Z3---. 12-
PINELLAS 5,722 421 6.165 203 6,868 95 7,076 56 7,146 46 7,443 24
POLK 4*378 372 4,555 124 5,030 46 5,087 17 5,091 9 5,116 22
PUT-NAN --------7------ ---7- 55--- ----.. 2-.- ----- -431-. .--832- .---. L -..6
ST JOHNS 942 60 580 16 619 14 633 7 640 5 648 3
ST LUCIE 984 41 959 12 980 3 ;1042 1 1,057 1 1,000 1
SAN-TA--A------- --20---- 4----4-7 ------854------4--7.' 6 -9---S29------Sl--l-1.7
SARASOTA 1,471 25 1.630 8 1,755 69 1,660 25 1,779 9 1,820 2
SENINOLE 2*076 136 2,152 36 2*342 24 2.383 7 2,438 10 2,255 70
SUTE --- --a -- ---3 -----5 -... 3- .... -.4-- 1---- 76 --8 -- 39 L ..3A7 2
SUWANNEE 287 72 307 15 363 8 349 0 354 1 392 2
TAYLOR 246 20 269 0 318 0 491 1 306 0 303 0
N-440N------- --- _- --- 06 ---_ .6... -- 4 1 ----- 1 .....
VOLUSIA 2,375 159 2*405 95 2,625 77 2,610 26 2.737 16 2,924 9
WAKULLA 155 13 139 10 176 1 165 4 164 7 163 0
ALTON - ------|- 41----4) -4-g-- ------ 37-- 4- ---.--_ 4 ----2_ 32--- -- 322.---2
WASHINGTON 232 0 254 0 270 2 270 1 264 0 232 10

-TFTAL --------o1 4 -----LA----- -a1 a -- 12 l' ...-... 3Z074------1-23AO9.90---
7,002 2,850 1,653 879 620 979

PaENON-PROMOTE.33 2.1 16 .1 .0
NON-PROMOTED 6.33 2.1 1.36 ..1 -0 .78


1 C




TABLE 1 (Continued)


MEMBERSHIP PROMOTED AND NON-PROMOTED AT END
OF YEAR 1972-73, GRADES 7-12

SEVENTH GRADE EIGHTH GRADE NINTH GRADE TENTH GRADE ELEVENTH GRADE TWELFTH GRADE

-ISTR-CT -- -PQ---- NON .PR-- -NON- --.PRG----4N-- -PRO----NQ.I.-- PRO---- --k .. PR r. NON-
NOTED PRO. NOTED PRO. NOTED PRO*. OTED PRO. MOTED PRO. MOTED PRO.

AtAGHUAM----- --r--4----4-,74 ----3-- ------4- ---- ,-- --1-,43--- 42--. -,344-----14 1,4 L- ...-- 8
BAKER 234 14 233 6 249 7 209 3 200 6 153 0
BAY 1,640 31 1L609 48 1*469 15 1,264 135 1,061 91 919 24
A40PF-3-- -- --a4 ----71 --304--- ------242----- --4-0 --- -4 .---38 43 9-. 9
BREVARD 5,254 30 5*249 28 5.216 46 4,960 238 4,266 203 3,423 77
BROWARO 10,35 276 10.691 249 99573 1,536 9,190 722 7.441 656 6,130 490
GAHOGUN ------- i--- -----6------6---ak------- t---- ..-....----1 -- 4 2 --4
CHARLOTTE S35 7 545 6 501 1 408 16 369 10 310 6
CITRUS 452! 3 495 8 454 16 372 9 341 2 163 4
GCAv- ---- -.. ---r-+9 ---8 -_--9-5---- 4 34--153- -- .-. 744- -66. -.-5232---40 446 -19
COLLIER 832 1 848 1 796 7 679 6 602 10 488 20
COLUMBIA 5S6 26 559 2 491 0 : 493 38 415 23 341 15
t&A6E--------- ,1r F--r1 ,14-- r2& a o60- 68.16- 4 1 06- 17.711 1, 30-14t988-L.O4 -12 14--- a -
DESOTO 275 9 284 8 196 29 124 39 165 12 142 7
OIXIE 1311 9 133 0 133 3 92 4 107 2 73 4
WAt- ---.--------8443-- *-W9- 44644 024 -.-A- -86--3--484---414- 7006 597 -463-4 --330
ESCAMBIA 4,043 74 3,922 77 3*584 359 3,198 264 2,597 200 2,206 139
FLAGLER 11! 10 100 10 81 8 93 5 75 2 55 1
FRANKcti--- --+------------- ----28 ----4- ----11-4- -..4. ---3 ......---3
GADSOEN 834 106 801 58 730 34 603 30 558 16 457 17
GILCHRIST 981 1 93 7 Ts 1 88 3 76 2 58 1
GIAOES -- --- -- 82 -.--.0- --- 7-#-. l-----S 5---4---------------- 0-- ---1-- 41 --4
GULF 227 6 218 7 213 27 181 35 161 6 147 2
HAMILTON 189 12 161 10 158 16 151 6 129 5 98 8
A E -- ----- ------ ---a---.-4-- ...--a.I...--- -- -----,- 4 ----+9---.-4 ---2- -... 5 ...--- --
HENDRY 266 11 293 10 251 32 215 11 160 12 170 6
HERNANDO 414 30 433 7 378 45 375 39 184 23 186 16
4GHL AS--- ------ ----4- ---614---4-- -4----- ------4-- -43-------13 -407- --5
HILLSBOROUGH 8,779 177 8,639 336 8,548 160 7*645 385 6,629 245 5,152 120
HOLMES 23,2 24 262 23 234 10 223 2 199 5 168 4
-IBOAN--RIV6---- -144-------4 -3--- 4--a---- -23 --30---48------ 4--- --44- -0
JACKSON 621 66 605 51 623 55 544 33 472 25 443 11
JEFFERSON 219 0 234 3 238 10 171 5 133 2 136 8
L-AFATTE -- ---- 4- ---- -- -6 I- -- 1-- --1------4-..---.. .-..... .-45---.. --... 36 --0
LAKE 1,424 56 1,376 50 1,180 138 1L099 104 1,010 72 717 11
LEE 1,98g5 26 1,964 20 1,814 41 1,569 155 1,267 142 995 64
-e4----- ----------a 54-------4- 16. 27-- 54 -9 3 7 _1 -. ---5 0----- 4 --- -88
LEVY 344 22 278 39 270 8 237 16 229 9 192 4
MADISON 267 12 298 6 281 7 297 5 218 6 149 0
MANATEE 1,4518 29 1,473 26 1,413 97 1.295 43 1,102 47 885 39
Sr- -- ---- .... ..at--a- -- -4 -4-S- -1-6 -1333 4-- 1--61 4160- --94-.. -. 97- .....23
MARTIN 59 4 615 4 575 8 487 59 423 46 350 8
MONROE 827 44 798 21 768 121 604 73 513 24 450 10
S(-- ------44-----------S--S------L---44-------, 9 ---5-----386- -30 ------. 3 -.....-J
OKALOOSA 2,076 92 2,043 87 2,106 19 1965 90 1,702 69 1,419 17
OKEECHOBEE 358 0 307 0 251 36 227 11 166 0 138 2
ORAN - -- -- -aI-- -_4- -4 4.38* --- 3S-- *---.-ss-- ------4- A5.-. 01-4 -3.- As3i9 ..-10.s
OSCEOLA 942 25 551 27 525 40 484 23 370 15 273 24
PALM BEACH 5666 267 5 511 326 4*880 692 4*725 408 4,088 294 3,589 143
A60---- ---4---34--- 1 437_-- --4-20--- 3 -,:-- 6- ---474- --.5- -__AA -- 35
PINELLAS 17382 377 7.467 211 7*429 256 6,555 507 5,755 294 4,558 178
POLK 4,847 161 4,703 158 4*362 115 31724 367 3,060 241 2,538 98
PW4TMAM ---- ---4-- -1.-- -w---.- ---- -4----3- --- ..38- 6 -.20--z ....-0. .....8
ST JOHNS 635 44 591 24 524 14 435 36 380 43 335 7
ST LUCIE 1,016 0 1.041 0 759 112 715 119 512 81 508 14
SANA RasA------ ----------43.1---4---043---M 84--.--, -...86---a..--.2
SARASOTA 1,116 85 1*620 94 1*660 122 1.682 58 1,442 35 1,190 13
SEMINOLE 2,164 82 2,176 98 1,981 157 1*630 397 1,359 181 1,079 39
SUMTR ---- -- --0 -- -- 7- --0----309-- --- -28-. .. 26 .. ... .-.-29 9
SUMANNEE 350 1 368 14 314 32 321 24 276 16 238 15
TAYVOR 312 0 291 0 231 12 2I5 4 230 7 172 1
UMIn a -L.--- I..L-A------- ^ ---_-1 n o0 7.--s5 too-------- -3-lI
VOLUSIA 2 *89 31 4*816 25 2,931 39 2,419 253 2,133 158 1,858 38
WAKULLA 172 5 137 7 143 4 103 15 121 0 86 0
WANON--------- -3 ---- S-.----3- ---0---- -2-50 -2 -938- --- ---16-.. -.246 -... 2--..4 .-
WASHINGTON 252 4 257 2 223 16 23i 2 179 3 153 6
- TOT.r.l. 12 a-- 11..11..09:-- 1... 52. .- 10, 6& ----- 8 9. ..01... r.....-73459 ._
4,503 5,429 7,944 8,571 5,745 3,208

NON-PROMOTOE 3.60 4.34 6.51 7.55 6.06 4.18




TABLE 2


PUPILS IN SCHOOL AT THE CLOSE OF THE YEAR WHO WERE
NOT PROMOTED, BY GRADE, 1971-72* AND 1972-73*


Number in School

1971-72 1972-73


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


110,561
113,537
121,952
123,228
124,691
124,969

718,938

125,064
125,095
121,996

372,155

113,557
94,759
76,667

284,983

1,376,076


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


Not Promoted

1972-73 1971-72


7,002
2,850
1,653
879
620
979

13,983

4,503
5,429
7,944

17,876

8,571
5,745
3,208

17,524

49,383


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 pupils in juvenile centers.







TABLE 3


PERCENT OF PUPILS IN SCHOOL AT THE CLOSE OF
THE YEAR, BY GRADE, WHO WERE NOT PROMOTED*
1963-64 Through 1972-73


Grade 1963-64


1
2
3
4
5
6

1-6

7
8
9

7-9

10
11
12

10-12

1-12


11.14%
6.16
4.77
3.70
2.71
1.84

5.25

8.08
7.44
6.66

7.43

8.13
6.15
'3.16

6.11

5.93%


1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70

11.08% 10.84% 10.67% 10.00% 8.94% 8.07%
5.85 5.77 5.43 5.22 4.45 3.82
4.25 3.95 3.93 3.64 3.08 2.25
3.37 2.99 2.61 2.45 1.88 1.24
2.40 2.16 2.04 1.71 1.34 .85
1.69 1.24 1.22 1.08 .97 .66

4.93 4.64 4.43 4.10 3.49 2.84

7.66 7.17 6.87 6.53 5.28 4.56
7.34 7.07 6.48 6.25 5.29 4.89
6.35 5.97 5.76 5.36 5.03 4.57

7.15 6.77 6.40 6.07 5,21 4.67

8.49 7.85 7.74 8.05 7.41 6.79
6.55 6.48 6.24 6.04 5.72 5.31
3.88 3.66 3.85 3.78 3.75 3.70

6.48 6.13 6.13 6.18 5.82 5.43

5.76% 5.44% 5.24% 4.99% 4.37% 3.65%


*Excludes pupils in separate exceptional child classes, special vocational
years prior to 1968-69. Figures for 1968-69 and succeeding years include
1971-72 and 1972-73 figures exclude pupils in juvenile centers.


classes and pupils in Brevard County in
pupils in special vocational classes.


1972-73


6.33%
2.51
1.36
.71
.50
.78

1.94

3.60
4.34
6.51

4.80

7.55
6.06
4.18

6.15

3.59%


1970-71

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%


1971-72

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%


1972-73

6.33%
2.51
1.36
.71
.50
.78

1.94

3.60
4.34
6.51

4.80

7.55
6.06
4.18

6.15

3.59%


Grade


--


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


Rrarde







PERCENT OF
AT CLOSE


1-6


TABLE 4
REGULAR MEMBERSHIP PROMOTED
OF 1972-73 SCHOOL YEAR BY
GRADE GROUP


10-12


1-12


NUMBER OF REGULAR
PUPILS AT THE END
OF 1972-73 WHO:
WERE WERE NUT
PROMOTED PROMOTED


ALACHUA
BAKER
BAY
BRADFORD
BREVARD
8ROGWARID
CALHOUN
CHARLOTTE
C-TRUS
CLAY
COLLIER
COLUMBIA
OADE
DESOTO
D-IXIE
DUVAL
ESCAMBIA
F-AGL ER
FRANKLIN
GAOSDEN
GILCHRIST
GLAOES
GULF
HAMILTON
HARDEE
HENRY
HERNANDO
HIGHLANDS
HILLSBOROUGH
HOLMES
INDIAN RIVER
JACKSON
JEFFERSON
LAFAYETTE
LAKE
Efc .. -- --- -. I
LEON
LEVY
LIBERTY
MADISON
MANATEE
MARION
MARTIN
MONROE-
NASSAU
OKALOOSA
OKEECHOBEE
ORANGE
OSCEOLA
PALN BEACH
PASCO
PINELLAS
POLK
PUTNAM
ST JOHNS
ST-4UCII&- -
SANTA ROSA
SARASOTA
SEMINOLE
SUMMER
SUWANNEE
T-AYL-OR --- -
UNION
VOLUSIA
WAKULLA .-
WALTON
WASHINGTON

TOTAL


99.29
98.92
97.80
97.89
98.30
98.55
98.27
96.96
97.25
98.08
96.95
94w94
98.11
91.80
98.88
98.92
97.30
9.3.2- -
98.82
97.34
96.21
99.80
97.28
-6.64
89.18
98.17
96.12
96.15
98.52
97.57
98.33
96.40
97.66
98.30
98.75
97, 51-
98.79
97.60
96.54
99.14
98.80
97.82
97.99
997.93
97.66
98.14
97.04
97.56
96.21
98,064 .
96.89
97.95
98.02--
98.14
97.21
.99.04- .
98.68
98.65
97.97--
96.87
95.44
98.84t
99.86
97.62
94.49
96.47
99.15

98.06X


98.92
96.37
98.05
92.55
99.34
..93-.69
91.36
99.12
98.11
93.91
99.64
-- 98.29
93.37
94.26
98.06
91.04
95.77
91. -36
85.44
92.27
96.73
90.12
94.27
93.04
94.53
93.86
93.73
97.51
97.47
92.74
97.23
91.49
98.15
97.67
94.22
98.51
92.64
92.82
98.80
97.13
96.62
95.82
99.11
92. 79
97.23
96.92
96.20
95.87
94.62
92.69
97.37
96.35
96.97
96.46
95.52

96.73
94.32
94.94
97.45
95.64
98,58
98.48
98.91
96.58
93.70
97.08


99.14
98.42
92.97
88.99
96.07
-92.42
94.72
97.14
98.32
93.10
98.01
-94.26
92.94
88.14
96.45
92.07
92.9s

94.67
96.25
97.37
99.34
91.92
95. 21
98.57
94.95
90.52
96.28
96.28
98.11
95.13
95.48
96.70
97.71
93.71
91,39 -
89.13
95.78
96.76
98.37
96.22
92.56
91.71
. 93.61
93.18
96.66
97.61
95.15
94.79
-.. 93.6 ..
90.86
94.51
92.94
96.01
93.04
--49 8.a4f
97.71
97.60
86.83.
96.31
93.82
---98.21---
98.88
93.45
95.34
96.58
98.10


95.203 93.852
-18-


99.16 19t817
98.11 2.652
96.83 15t936
94.71 3,222
98.07 55,249
95.195 -114r,231--
95.67 19791
97.72 4,676
97.67 5,103
96.11 10,192
97.88 9,044
95-68 5.,911
95.74 213,003
91.86 2,653
98.20 --- 1,473
95.28 98,727
96.01 41,351
96.51 1,106
94.41 1,622
95.71 8,702
96158 1*072
97.03 883
95.29 2,365
95.38 -1,921
91.73 3,239
96.51 3,236
94.48 4,447
96.54 6,505
97.80 99,446
96,37 .. 2761
97.35 7,907
94.83 6,818
97.62 2,217
98.02 643
96.55 14,966
96.62.-- 2ZL-.473-
95.11 17,977
95.96 3,420
97.21 871
98.45 3,241
97.69- 16,420
96.23 17,921
97.01 6,460
95.71- &*832
96.60 6,048
97.48 23,295
96.90 3,444
96.61 76,695
95.53 6,151
95.66- 6- 1 .110,-
95.98 15,557
96.76 79,566
96*81 52,491
97.25 9,153
96.01 6*562
9649 ..... 10.573
97.95 9,923
97.27 19,425
95.11 24.035
96.91 3,983
95.14 3,919
98.62--...--- 3.224
99.31 1.293
97.07 30*672
96-31 1,724
95.68 3,525
98.40 2,823

96.412 1,326,693


DISTRICT


168
51
522
180
1,086
4.822
81
109
122
413
196
267
9,470
235
-27
4,888
1,717
.40
96
390
38
27
117
93
292
117
260
233
2,236
.104
215
372
54
13
534
.751
924
144
25
51
388
703
199
396
213
601
110
2,695
288
2,775
652
2,668
1,730
259
273
385
208
545
1,237
127
200
S45
9
926
66
159
46

49,383














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