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Group Title: Research report
Title: Analysis of membership, promotion and non-promotion, Florida public schools
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Research Report 116 is a revision of Research Report 108. This report was
designed and prepared by the Research Infonaation and Surveys Section,
Bureau of Research and Infrmation, Division of Eleentary and Secondary
Education, Deparnt of Education. Inquiries regarding this report should
be addressed to: Garnet L. Dukes, Jr., Educational Consultant, Research
Infonnation and Surveys, Bureau of Research and Infoomation, Tallahassee,
Florida 32304.


This public document was promulgated at an annual cost of $207.68 or $.25
per copy to assist school districts in developing base line data for needs
identification and planning.









ANALYSIS OF MEMBERSHIP


The data included in this section of Research Report 116 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 1973-74 school year. Data pertaining to adult and vocational
schools are not included with the tabulations in this report.


Peak Month

Because of a highly mobile population, the membership pattern in Florida
schools has traditionally been thought of as a horseshoe shaped curve, peaking
during the winter months and falling back during the last months of school.
This has not necessarily been the case in recent years. There has been a
tendency for the peak membership period to level out, or more nearly approach
the beginning membership. Of course, same districts still experience peak
months that are substantially above the beginning and ending months. A
review of Table 3 will show the variation in membership patterns of Florida's
school districts. The chart below compares the difference between the peak
month membership and membership at the end of the first month of school.


1-12 Percent Increase
Increase Peak Month Peak Month Over
Over First Month First Month

1961-62 14,991 1.46%
1962-63 7,260 .67
1963-64 9,922 .87
1964-65 9,181 .78
1965-66 8,399 .79
1966-67 10,123 .81
1967-68 12,432 .96
1968-69 10,392 .78
1969-70 8,103 .59
1970-71 9,603 .69
1971-72 8,256 .58
1972-73 7,731 .54
1973-74 4,363 .30

The peak month in Florida's school membership for 1973-74 was the
third month. Until 1971-72, an interesting feature of the statewide peak
month figures occurred. Beginning in the 1959-60 school year, there had
been a three year cycle in recurrence of the 4th and 5th month as the peak
month. The cycle, starting with the 1959-60 school year 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 fourth
month, making it the peak for five consecutive years. This phenomenon was
broken during 1973-74 since the third nonth was the peak month.





There is considerable variation among districts as to the month in which
maximum membership is reached. This variation along with a comparison of the
previous year is shown below. The number in parenthesis is the month of peak
membership for 1973-74.


Peak Month of Membership 1973-74

Month Districts

1 Alachua (2), Bay (1), Brevard (1), Duval (1), Escambia (1),
Franklin (8), Gadsden (1), Hamilton (1), Hillsborough (5),
Holmes (8), Jackson (1), Leon (1), Madison (1), Okaloosa (1),
Taylor (1)*

2 Bradford (4), Jefferson (1), Orange (2), Pinellas (4),
Taylor (1)*, Volusia (5)

3 Broward (5), Dade (3), Dixie (5), Liberty (4), St. Lucie (6),
Walton (6)

4 Charlotte (8), Clay (7), Columbia (1), Flagler (5)*, Gulf (2),
Highlands (5), Lee (5), Levy (7), Marion (6), Nassau (3),
Polk (5), Putnam (4), St. Johns (6)

5 Calhoun (3), Collier (5), Flagler (5)*, Glades (6), Hardee (5),
Indian River (5), Lake (5), Manatee (6), Osceola (7), Palm
Beach (5), Sarasota (5), Seminole (5), Sumter (5,7)**

6 Citrus (8), Desoto (6), Hendry (5), Martin (7), Monroe (5),
Okeechobee (5), Union (7), Wakulla (6)

7 Baker (9), Hernando (4), Lafayette (3)

8 Pasco (6), Santa Rosa (1), Suwannee (2), Washington (1)

9 Gilchrist (5)

Districts in which peak membership occurred in two months.
**Two peak membership months the previous year.


Membership Change

Fifteen districts showed a gain in total K-12 membership between the
end of the first month and the close of school in 1973-74. Seven districts
showed a loss in all grade groups. At the kindergarten level forty-seven
districts showed a gain in membership. Fifty-six districts showed a gain
in membership at the 1-6 level while only sixteen districts had increases
at the 7-9 level. No district showed a last month increase in the grades
10-12.

When comparisons are made with the previous school year, it is
interesting to note that 13 fewer districts during the 1973-74 school year
showed an overall gain in K-12 membership between the first and ninth month
of school. By grade level, 13 more districts showed a net gain in kinder-
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garten, the same number of districts showed a net gain
districts showed a net gain in the junior high level.
showed a loss in all grade groups.


Shown below is a table covering
last month membership 1-12.


Membership change from
end of first month to
close of school, 1-12


-8,161
-12,752
-9,889
-16,744
-15,158
-18,412
-22,593
-24,978


in 1-6, and 8 fewer
Two fewer districts


an 8 year period oarparing first and


Percent of membership
change from end of first
month to close of school

-( .65)
-( .99)
-( .75)
-(1.22)
-(1.10)
-(1.31)
-(1.59)
-(1.72)


The net membership loss, K-12, during the 1973-74 year was 26,476
pupils. This figure compares with 22,142 pupils for the previous year.
In both cases, the net loss is a little misleading because part of the
7-12 loss (37,757 pupils in 1973-74) was offset by an 11,281 pupil gain
in K-6 for the same period of time. Shown below are comparative data
for 1972-73 and 1973-74 regarding first to last month membership change.


Grade level


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


Change


gained
gained
lost
lost
lost
lost


Amount of
Change


451
13,294
3,671
32,216
22,593
22,142


1972-73
Percent of
Change


.74%
1.84
.96
10.06
1.59
1.49%


1973-74
Amount of Percent of
Change Change


1,498
9,783
4,843
32,914
24,978
26,476


1.93%
1.35
1.22
10.07
1.72
1.74%


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 1973-74 school year, the membership for grades
1-6 and 7-9 experienced the greatest change during the last month. The
greatest change in 10-12 membership occurred between the fourth and fifth
month. Shown below are data regarding the net loss in membership between
the end of the eighth month and the close of the school year for an eight
year period.


School
Year

1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71
1971-72
1972-73
1973-74


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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 13,679
1973-74 7,185 3,483 2,706 13,374


The exact cause of the ninth month drop has not been identified. Some of
the reasons advanced for the drop are the tourist movement in Central and South
Florida, decreasing winter farm activity, and early vacations. It appears that
the pupils withdrawing during the last month of school are distributed fairly
proportionately among the grade levels.


Withdrawals

Pupils who leave a classroom situation for any reason are reported as
withdrawals. Many pupils who withdraw from school are often mistakenly called
dropouts. These pupils are not to be considered as dropouts since many of them
reentered school in this state or another state. Figures are collected on
seven types of withdrawals in the Teacher's Register of Attendance although a
single withdrawal figure is reported to the Department of Education. The
seven types of classroom withdrawals are:

(1) The pupil promoted or transferred to another room
in the same school;

(2) The pupil promoted or transferred to another public
school in the same district;

(3) The pupil who moved out of the district;

(4) The pupil who withdrew to attend a private school;

(5) The pupil who was issued an employment or age
certificate and left school;

(6) The pupil who graduated from high school;

(7) The pupil who left for reasons not given above.

The withdrawal figures reported to the Department of Education are an
accumulation of reasons 2 through 5 and reason 7.

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


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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.

Given below is an explanation of the data included in Tables 1-5 on
pages 6-13.

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
membersi-p at the close of the first month for each district for the 1973-74
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 1972-73 school year to the first month of
the 1973-74 year. Statewide, there were 60,500 more pupils on the active roll
at the end of the first month of 1973-74 than were on the roll when school
closed in 1972-73.

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 1972-73 and Column IV
gives the average daily membership for 1973-74. 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
exceptional child unit. There were 30,708 pupils in this classification;
59.58 percent were classified as elementary and 40.42 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.











ANALYSIS OF MEMBERSHIP


TABLE 1

CHANGE IN MEMBERSHIP AT THE CLSE OF EACI MONTH OF SCHOOL
FROM MEMBERSHIP AT THE CLOSE OF THE FIRST MNW1T, 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


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


TABLE 2

MEMBERSHIP AT THE CWOSE OF EPCH MOTH OF SCHOOL AS A
PERCENTAGE CF MEMBERSHIP AT TIE END OF THE FIRST MNITH, K-12


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


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


Month

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9


MInth

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9


1968-69

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


1973-74

(1,523,501)
4,118
6,254
6,284
4,950
862
-4,476
-11,934
-26,476


Month

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9


Month

1
2
3
4
5
6
97
8
9


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


1968-69

100.00%
100.29
100.57
100.78
100.76
100.65
100.40
100.04
99.25


1973-74

100.00%
100.27
100.41
100.41
100.33
100.06
99.71
99.22
98.26





TABLE 3


END OF MONTH MEMBERSHIP 1973-74


MEMBERSHIP *-NET CHANGE IN MEMBERSHIP FROM FIRST MONTH, 1973-74-* % CHANGE
DISTRICT GRADE END OF 1ST TO
GROUP FIRST MONTH 2ND 3RD 4TH 5TH 6TH 7TH 8TH 9TH 9TH MONTH

ALACHUA K 1.535 -13 -5 13 20 18 3 2 -15 -.98
1-6 10,711 -36 -41 -1 -13 -64 -55 -70 -112 -1.05
7-9 5,773 -7 -37 -10 -21 -36 -52 -97 -142 -2.46
10-12 4,709 -53 -142 -201 -311 -369 -397 -426 -457 -9.70
K-12 22,728 -109 -225 -199 -325 -451 -501 -591 -726 -3.19

BAKER K 239 3 2 0 10 16 18 16 17 7.11
1-6 1,468 0 -5 -9 33 48 51 38 33 2.25
7-9 784 1 8 8 15 19 32 29 27 3.44
10-12 645 -4 -19 -15 -14 -14 -13 -22 -23 -3.57
K-12 3,136 0 -14 -16 44 69 88 61 54 1.72

BAY K 1.171 -7 -12 -8 10 12 7 14 -2 -.17
1-6 8,900 51 78 70 130 159 196 217 131 1.47
7-9 5,226 -3 -22 -19 7 17 18 9 -17 -.33
10-12 4,181 -81 -123 -165 -178 -223 -256 -308 -323 -7.73
K-12 19,478 -40 -79 -122 -31 -35 -35 -68 -211 -1.08

BRADFORD K 246 1 -1 -1 -3 1 -1 2 2 .81
1-6 1,743 10 3 6 6 33 25 36 27 1.55
7-9 1,049 2 -3 2 -8 -8 -11 -8 -20 -1.91
10-12 749 -7 -8 -13 -79 -79 -81 -79 -80 -10.68
K-12 3,787 6 -9 -6 -84 -53 -68 -49 -71 -1.87

BRFVAR) K 2,993 52 80 87 90 86 90 56 0 -.00
1-6 26,273 -148 -219 -198 -244 -323 -267 -311 -564 -2.15
7-9 16,210 -41 -147 -151 -182 -210 -239 -301 -433 -2.67
10-12 14,797 -81 -350 -546 -824 -1,038 -1,192 -1,325 -1,455 -9.83
K-12 60,273 -218 -636 -808 -1,160 -1,485 -1,608 -1,881 -2,452 -4.07

BROWARD K 6,645 154 293 347 427 463 454 405 292 4.39
1-6 62,071 995 1,687 1,868 2,054 2,046 2,341 2,271 1,619 2.61
7-9 34,887 19154 1,368 1,176 1,069 903 837 618 325 .93
10-12 28,142 207 -165 -466 -755 -1,129 -1,484 -2,082 -2,265 -8.05
K-12 131,745 2,510 3,183 2,925 2,795 2,283 2,148 1,212 -29 -.02

CALHOUN K 156 6 5 7 20 14 12 10 9 5.77
1-6 984 -4 -4 -1 5 6 17 28 26 2.64
7-9 539 -2 -6 -10 0 -7 -6 -24 -24 -4.45
10-12 385 0 -2 -9 -15 -19 -21 -25 -25 -6.49
K-12 2,064 0 -7 -13 10 -6 2 -11 -14 -.68
CHARLOTTF K 290 7 10 20 23 16 21 6 1 .34
1-6 2,157 30 53 68 81 92 90 79 44 2.04
7-9 1,722 7 48 80 57 77 77 67 54 3.14
10-12 1,287 -1 -15 -15 -37 -42 -76 -104 -110 -8.55
K-12 5,456 43 96 153 124 143 112 48 -11 -.20

CITRUS K 371 -1 6 10 20 30 28 35 29 7.82
1-6 2,999 11 37 43 79 105 102 114 75 2.50
7-9 1,685 -7 -8 1 18 25 25 9 -17 -1.01
10-12 1,218 -29 -43 -105 -115 -125 -212 -231 -254 -20.85
K-12 6.273 -26 -8 -51 2 35 -57 -73 -167 -2.66

CLAY K 716 10 30 39 43 38 34 26 24 3.35
1-6 6,355 144 222 287 318 338 348 400 343 5.40
7-9 3,377 16 6 12 -4 -6 -14 -14 -69 -2.04
10-12 2,170 -19 -37 -51 -90 -113 -132 -153 -172 -7.93
K-12 12,618 151 221 287 267 257 236 259 126 1.00

COLLIER K 782 29 52 49 75 73 72 33 -46 -5.88
1-6 5,496 185 351 376 517 537 504 266 -178 -3.24
7-9 2,963 67 156 135 176 152 102 -37 -223 -7.53
10-12 2,270 -16 -32 -62 -85 -106 -138 -178 -244 -10.75
K-12 11,511 265 527 498 683 656 540 84 -691 -6.00

COLUMBIA K 441 5 12 11 14 16 14 14 8 1.81
1-6 3,159 2 1 22 7 19 25 34 16 .51
7-9 1,787 10 19 21 12 20 17 15 4 .22
10-12 1,486 -21 -36 -53 -63 -63 -67 -85 -94 -6.33
K-12 6,873 -4 -4 1 -30 -8 -11 -22 -66 -.96

DADE K 12.201 289 496 624 785 862 871 783 629 5.16
1-6 115.767 393 1,019 1,495 1,952 2,132 2,198 1,851 1,111 .96
7-9 61,983 -56 10 0 -190 -419 -949 -1,302 -1,657 -2.67
10-12 54,620 -1,281 -1,460 -2,539 -3,068 -4,015 -4,377 -5,404 -5,980 -10.95
K-12 244,571 -655 65 -420 -521 -1,440 -2,257 -4,072 -5,897 -2.41
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MEMBERSHIP *--NET CHANGE IN MEMBERSHIP FROM FIRST MONTH, 1973-74-* % CHANGE
DISTRICT GRADE END OF IST TO
GROUP FIRST MONTH 2ND 3RD 4TH 5TH 6TH 7TH 8TH 9TH 9TH MONTH

OESOTn K 200 4 3 9 12 10 8 6 4 2.00
1-6 1,584 -14 20 62 83 107 97 89 72 4.55
7-9 1,010 -2 11 19 32 25 21 14 8 .79
10-12 575 -6 -9 -10 -21 -26 -40 -47 -50 -8.70
K-12 3,369 -18 25 80 106 116 86 62 34 1.01
CIXIF K 111 1 4 5 2 1 2 2 2 1.80
1-6 768 9 23 13 18 23 20 17 8 1.04
7-9 445 1 4 4 6 10 13 7 3 .67
10-12 313 1 -3 -8 0 -7 -11 -16 -18 -5.75
K-12 1,637 12 28 14 26 27 24 10 -5 -.31

OUV L K 3,862 -11 -33 -65 115 102 78 23 -75 -1.94
1-6 53,212 115 213 273 482 532 517 514 37 .07
7-9 28,863 50 47 57 21 -78 -173 -221 -442 -1.53
10-12 25,281 -354 -702 -1,081 -1,451 -1,787 -2,087 -2,397 -2,555 -10.11
K-12 111.218 -200 -475 -816 -833 -1,231 -1,665 -2,081 -3,035 -2.73

ESCAMBIA K 2,654 21 23 -12 -15 -22 -33 -54 -79 -2.98
1-6 22,375 -18 -63 -48 69 105 167 223 115 .51
7-9 12,858 -10 -19 -51 -65 -103 -98 -121 -200 -1.56
10-12 9,586 -51 -151 -284 -378 -455 -540 -602 -666 -6.95
K-12 47,473 -58 -210 -395 -389 -475 -504 -554 -830 -1.75

FLAGLER K 86 4 5 10 12 15 13 11 8 9.30
1-6 623 6 15 23 25 31 34 41 45 7.22
7-9 368 6 6 15 15 5 3 3 -1 -.27
10-12 262 -2 -1 -5 -9 -20 -14 -14 -16 -6.11
K-12 1,339 14 25 43 43 31 36 41 36 2.69

FRANKLIN K 109 -1 0 1 6 5 9 8 6 5.50
1-6 913 3 1 -7 -3 4 7 4 3 .33
7-9 501 -8 -9 -7 -8 -5 -8 -6 -12 -2.40
10-12 365 -4 0 -10 -10 -11 -12 -13 -16 -4.38
K-12 1.888 -10 -8 -23 -15 -7 -4 -7 -19 -1.01

GADSOFN K 593 0 -2 -1 -4 0 -4 -5 -3 -.51
1-6 4,673 -9 2 -31 -14 8 -2 15 18 .39
7-9 2.655 -11 -23 -39 -35 -30 -46 -52 -56 -2.11
10-12 1,860 -16 -17 -33 -56 -59 -76 -78 -83 -4.46
K-12 9,781 -36 -40 -104 -109 -81 -128 -120 -124 -1.27

GILCHRIST K 79 1 0 -1 -1 0 2 3 3 3.80
1-6 637 6 3 -1 4 10 15 21 21 3.30
7-9 343 0 -5 -4 -4 -2 5 2 3 .87
10-1.2 253 0 2 1 -6 -9 -7 -9 -9 -3.56
K-12 1.312 7 0 -5 -7 -1 15 17 18 1.37

GLADES K 46 3 5 5 10 11 9 9 7 15.22
1-6 464 -1 3 8 16 21 26 22 13 2.80
7-9 268 1 6 7 5 0 -3 -4 -2 -.75
10-12 159 -1 1 2 5 2 2 -2 -3 -1.89
K-12 937 2 15 22 36 34 34 25 15 1.60

GULF K 167 -3 0 2 2 0 -5 -7 -11 -6.59
1-6 1,252 -16 -11 2 15 18 4 12 -3 -.24
7-9 720 -2 7 9 -5 -9 -19 -17 -23 -3.19
10-12 605 3 4 -4 -6 -18 -23 -24 -27 -4.46
K-12 2,744 -18 0 9 6 -9 -43 -36 -64 -2.33

HAMILTON K 146 -1 1 0 0 -2 -1 -3 -3 -2.05
1-6 1,072 -10 0 -1 -2 -11 -11 -15 -16 -1.49
7-9 562 0 0 -2 -1 1 0 -3 -3 -.53
10-12 438 -8 -18 -27 -44 -51 -54 -53 -53 -12.10
K-12 2,218 -19 -17 -30 -47 -63 -66 -74 -75 -3.38

HAR DEr K 235 20 37 45 58 59 46 37 23 9.79
1-6 2,080 145 327 410 491 475 470 417 293 14.09
7-9 918 39 78 97 100 78 66 30 19 2.07
10-12 594 4 17 13 2 -1 -15 -31 -33 -5.56
K-12 3,827 208 459 565 651 611 567 453 302 7.89

rENORY K 158 6 15 20 32 32 31 21 19 12.03
1-6 2,053 22 56 58 68 97 101 63 0 -.00
7-9 981 2 2 -2 -11 -23 -28 -35 -46 -4.69
10-12 664 -2 -12 -13 -23 -29 -43 -46 -50 -7.53
K-12 3,856 28 61 63 66 77 61 3 -77 -2.00

HERNANDO K 245 4 10 11 5 13 16 13 3 1.22
1-6 2,589 19 33 60 92 104 123 129 63 2.43
7-9 1.493 14 22 16 30 33 31 6 -19 -1.27
10-12 995 -11 -10 -27 -32 -53 -71 -85 -90 -9.05
K-12 5,322 26 55 60 95 97 99 63 -43 -.81
-8-







MEMBERSHIP *--NET CHANGE IN MEMBERSHIP FROM FIRST MONTH, 1973-74-* X CHANGE
DISTRICT GRADE END OF 1ST TO
GROUP FIRST MONTH 2ND 3RD 4TH 5TH 6TH 7TH 8TH 9TH 9TH MONTH
-IGHLANDS K 347 14 28 30 35 41 40 30 20 5.76
1-6 3,453 69 142 152 173 194 200 164 116 3.36
7-9 1,935 23 54 65 56 44 46 18 -2 -.10
10-12 1,521 4 15 4 -17 -34 -53 -58 -65 -4.27
K-12 7,256 110 239 251 247 245 233 154 69 .95


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


HOLMFS


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


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


JACKSON





JFFFERSON


LAFAYFTTF


LAKF


LEON


LEVY


LIBERTY





MADISON





MANATFE


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

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


5,267
55.392
28,591
24,207
113,457

212
1,545
846
675
3,278

556
4,275
2,431
2,020
9,282


500
3,786
2,085
1,594
7,965

159
1,125
678
530
2,492


6 0 16 44 49 20 -26 75 1.42
498 748 893 1,107 1,251 1,130 1,202 819 1.48
38 44 93 162 115 33 -85 -307 -1.07
-546 -1,114 -1,459 -1,986 -2,347 -2,748 -3,020 -3,182 -13.14
-4 -322 -457 -673 -932 -1,565 -1,929 -2,595 -2.29

-4 3 6 4 5 3 2 1 .47
-29 -23 1 6 14 10 12 12 .78
-6 -8 -6 5 6 3 4 3 .35
-6 -11 -16 -25 -28 -36 -36 -41 -6.07
-45 -39 -15 -10 -3 -20 -18 -25 -.76

-2 3 8 8 7 5 4 1 .18
-5 18 33 77 79 77 71 31 .73
-11 -9 -9 16 -5 -19 -27 -46 -1.89
-36 -54 -64 -90 -105 -139 -162 -184 -9.11
-54 -42 -32 11 -24 -76 -114 -198 -2.13

9 8 16 15 14 15 19 .13 2.60
9 -1 18 35 51 51 53 35 .92
-8 -17 -26 -32 -34 -39 -44 -50 -2.40
-23 -34 -47 -62 -83 -97 -104 -110 -6.90
-13 -44 -39 -44 -52 -70 -76 -112 -1.41

1 2 1 -2 1 1 1 1 .63
1 -1 6 4 -5 -4 -3 -1 -.09
-1 -5 -2 -12 -14 -21 -19 -19 -2.80
2 -16 -23 -33 -41 -45 -48 -55 -10.38
3 -20 -18 -43 -59 -69 -69 -74 -2.97


0 0 1
-4 -5 -6
3 2 -2
-3 0 -2
-4 -3 -9


791
8,094
4,574
3,324
16,783
1,374
12,960
6,593
5,293
26.220

1,407
9,949
5,419
4.313
21,088

261
1,939
1,044
767
4,011

70
460
244
192
966


0 1 0
2 16 15
5 8 7
4 1 -1
11 26 21


0 -.00
18 4.88
6 3.09
-2 -1.49
22 2.93


14 34 27 25 13 19 7 -15 -1.90
58 225 383 469 503 454 395 264 3.26
22 74 119 114 99 81 51 -21 -.46
-36 -59 -85 -155 -185 -237 -279 -308 -9.27
58 274 444 453 430 317 174 -80 -.48
29 64 89 102 116 115 97 51 3.71
90 209 351 422 463 391 315 27 .21
48 120 166 165 172 98 64 -95 -1.44
-72 -117 -159 -345 -410 -513 -589 -693 -13.09
95 276 447 344 341 91 -113 -710 -2.71

1 6 4 3 3 -1 -14 -36 -2.56
8 -16 58 -2 37 67 64 -57 -.57
17 1 11 -2 -25 -44 -72 -113 -2.09
-66 -94 -129 -298 -352 -414 -474 -500 -11.59
-40 -103 -56 -299 -337 -392 -496 -706 -3.35

0 1 7 6 8 8 13 10 3.83
12 26 33 18 16 33 38 30 1.55
-4 -6 7 4 4 8 2 -9 -.86
0 -2 -5 -20 -21 -29 -39 -43 -5.61
8 19 42 8 7 20 14 -12 -.30


0 0 -4
-2 6 0
0 3 1
-2 -4 -5
-4 5 -8


-5 -4 -2 -2 -2 -2.86
7 12 6 -1 2 .43
0 11 -1 -.41
-8 -11 -12 -10 -11 -5.73
-6 -2 -7 -14 -12 -1.24


219 5 3 7 6 7 8 7 7 3.20
1,703 2 5 -4 -2 0 3 11 16 .94
929 1 -8 -3 -3 -6 -15 -18 -17 -1.83
783 -9 -26 -39 -59 -73 -78 -85 -90 -11.49
3.634 -1 -26 -39 -58 -72 -82 -85 -84 -2.31

1,281 6 26 27 49 46 50 59 11 .86
8.948 51 131 213 304 332 344 396 209 2.34
4,869 14 36 45 60 47 1 19 -47 -.97
3,853 -54 -88 -148 -241 -296 -329 -377 -401 -10.41
18,951 17 105 137 172 129 66 97 -228 -1.20








MEMBERSHIP *--NET CHANGE IN MEMBERSHIP FROM FIRST MONTH, 1973-74-* Z CHANGE


DISTRICT GRADE END OF
GROUP FIRST MONTH


MAR ION




MARTIN





MONROE





NASSAU





OKALOnSA


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


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


ORANGE


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


OSCEOLA K
1-6
7-9
10-12
K- 1'
PALM BEACH K
1-6
7-9
10- 12
K-12


PASCOn





PINELLAS





POL K





PUTNAM





ST JOHNS


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


1,139
9,990
5,428
4,345
200902
396
3,754
1,946
1,658
7,754

608
4,897
2,562
1,976
10,043

381
3,318
1,872
1,526
7,097

1,578
12,061
6.934
6.095
26,668

224
2,026
1.087
664
4,001

3,773
40.740
22,848
18,088
85,449

471
3,782
1,900
1,473
7.626
3,498
33,005
18,509
14,569
69,581

1,100
8.903
4.725
3,600
18,328

4.474
419331
24,419
21,926
92,150

2,790
29,097
15,153
11,094
58,134

601
4,893
2,836
2,248
10.578

372
3,738
1.907
1,393
7,410


1ST TO
2ND 3RD 4TH 5TH 6TH 7TH 8TH 9TH 9TH MONTH
6 16 20 16 42 33 31 17 1.49
48 112 155 197 197 120 149 59 .59
3 22 25 16 -10 -40 -56 -84 -1.55
-71 -100 -126 -179 -222 -289 -334 -364 -8.38
-14 50 74 50 7 -176 -210 -372 -1.78
12 7 9 15 15 17 13 4 1.01
29 37 65 68 94 69 65 -14 -.37
31 50 48 32 39 25 5 -6 -.31
-57 -90 -110 -102 -127 -152 -187 -199 -12.00
15 4 12 13 21 -41 -104 -215 -2.77

-8 0 9 18 33 28 17 -8 -1.32
-44 -20 129 168 222 207 158 25 .51
9 19 70 78 93 71 52 -39 -1.52
-43 -37 -31 -39 -68 -91 -122 -200 -10.12
-86 -38 177 225 280 215 105 -222 -2.21

4 1 4 10 10 11 12 8 2.10
23 33 93 114 138 138 147 130 3.92
-3 0 19 29 30 31 32 27 1.44
-9 -1 -22 -83 -96 -106 -117 -131 -8.58
15 33 94 70 82 74 74 34 .48

-7 -20 -34 -17 -1 18 11 -20 -1.27
4 -60 -128 -92 -20 -14 24 -188 -1.56
22 4 -42 33 50 9 19 -142 -2.05
-60 -135 -215 -260 -302 -342 -382 -472 -7.74
-41 -211 -419 -336 -273 -329 -328 -822 -3.08

5 6 7 21 27 25 23 15 6.70
25 83 112 183 199 189 154 87 4.29
-11 14 20 42 41 26 4 -54 -4.97
-15 -18 -24 -30 -47 -52 -64 -70 -10.54
4 85 115 216 220 188 117 -22 -.55

18 29 32 13 2 -31 -51 -114 -3.02
300 509 599 600 669 601 495 171 .42
122 87 136 6 -91 -178 -238 -391 -1.71
-246 -570 -786 -1,093 -1,348 -1,643 -1,793 -1,929 -10.66
194 55 -19 -474 -768 -1,251 -1,587 -2,263 -2.65

13 19 25 31 26 43 30 28 5.94
38 57 67 93 119 124 94 56 1.48
-9 1 -8 6 11 -4 -17 -33 -1.74
-31 -40 -48 -80 -118 -146 -164 -185 -12.56
11 37 36 50 38 17 -57 -134 -1.76
80 140 205 256 302 310 280 176 5.03
348 609 848 974 1,106 1,016 910 434 1.31
185 202 232 229 204 133 3 -158 -.85
-118 -302 -427 -510 -676 -872 -1,015 -1,101 -7.56
495 649 858 949 936 587 178 -649 -.93

64 119 164 160 165 162 183 197 17.91
353 541 791 1,028 1,198 1,386 1,431 1,460 16.40
136 236 348 448 501 522 500 470 9.95
-14 -46 46 28 -77 -157 -199 -327 -9.08
539 850 1,349 1,664 1,787 1,913 1,915 1,800 9.82

72 24 52 83 77 53 34 -23 -.51
328 260 366 580 624 585 686 343 .83
85 58 28 40 -127 -134 -164 -287 -1.18
-360 -694 -966 -2,026 -2,507 -2,813 -3,080 -3.267 -14.90
125 -352 -520 -1,323 -1,933 -2,309 -2,524 -3,234 -3.51

52 126 188 200 186 173 143 82 2.94
425 1,043 1,326 1,506 1,458 1,403 1.200 869 2.99
104 208 280 242 161 85 -51 -213 -1.41
-46 -128 -245 -401 -668 -791 -922 -994 -8.96
535 1,249 1,549 1,547 1,137 870 370 -256 -.44

16 23 23 31 37 38 35 25 4.16
35 56 99 127 153 166 176 135 2.76
15 14 11 6 2 -6 -19 -47 -1.66
-38 -61 -100 -145 -176 -199 -232 -249 -11.08
28 32 33 19 16 -1 -40 -136 -1.29

6 13 14 6 4 2 0 -6 -1.61
46 54 110 102 129 113 121 85 2.27
6 7 11 -17 -5 -14 -25 -50 -2.62
-17 -27 -44 -106 -134 -167 -182 -139 -9.98
41 47 91 -15 -6 -66 .-86 -110 -1.48
-10-









MEMBERSHIP *--NET CHANGE IN MEMBERSHIP FROM FIRST MONTH, 1973-74-* % 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
7-9
10-12
K-12


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


SAR ASOTA





SEMINOLE





SUMTFR





SUWANN FE





TAYLOR


UN ION




VOL S I A





WAK ULt A





WALTON


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

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


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


441
6.135
3.207
2-045
11,828
627
5,265
3,106
2,415
11,413

1,206
10,631
5,760
5,378
22.975

1,699
14,552
7,401
5,601
29,253

258
2.288
1,147
860
4.553

270
2.164
1,196
965
4,595

213
1,822
965
785
3,785

86
721
355
317
1,479
1*822
16.257
9,078
8,037
35,194

156
1,022
539
374
2,091

219
1.752
1,072
864
3,907

197
1,524
791
627
3,139


18 46 56 65 79 81 71 63 14.29
64 110 141 182 208 220 209 158 2.58
24 57 23 30 8 -13 -63 -110 -3.43
5 14 -53 -120 -160 -195 -215 -240 -11.74
111 227 167 157 135 93 2 -129 -1.09
3 10 10 7 8 12 25 14 2.23
7 51 48 91 110 119 162 145 2.75
2 -11 18 25 9 13 8 -6 -.19
-17 -28 -53 -81 -104 -110 -117 -121 -5.01
-5 22 23 42 23 34 78 32 .28

16 27 12 36 23 29 25 13 1.08
66 145 166 310 310 344 326 211 1.98
1 -3 -14 67 69 69 65 17 .30
-97 -141 -190 -227 -266 -350 -413 -439 -8.16
-14 28 -26 186 136 92 3 -198 -.86

37 44 57 83 93 86 78 49 2.88
83 166 329 431 426 431 458 331 2.27
7 6 12 36 25 -1 14 -38 -.51
-99 -142 -217 -298 -407 -435 -476 -490 -8.75
28 74 181 252 137 81 74 -148 -.51

7 14 15 9 11 6 6 3 1.16
55 67 99 118 119 106 95 72 3.15
5 10 14 23 23 21 15 -3 -.26
-3 -6 -7 -16 -42 -48 -56 -68 -7.91
64 85 121 134 111 85 60 4 .09

-7 -6 -6 7 6 11 15 14 5.19
4 8 16 21 30 36 61 47 2.17
-12 -2 1 -3 4 6 1 -1 -.08
-10 -19 -29 -55 -54 -59 -65 -73 -7.56
-25 -19 -18 -30 -14 -6 12 -13 -.28

1 1 5 7 3 2 1 1 .47
10 8 20 2 -6 0 3 4 .22
-2 -6 -2 -4 -10 -13 -20 -27 -2.80
-9 -12 -28 -40 -50 -55 -56 -57 -7.26
0 -9 -5 -35 -63 -66 -72 -79 -2.09


0 2 2 2
3 4 -3 -5
2 12 18 18
3 -8 -9 -10
8 10 8 5


3 1 0 -2 -2.33
-1 1 -1 -15 -2.08
21 23 25 21 5.92
-7 -10 -12 -16 -5.05
16 15 12 -12 -.81


30 33 34 30 31 15 -3 -44 -2.41
93 118 256 331 385 391 416 241 1.48
63 70 100 115 126 118 85 7 .08
-83 -235 -363 -486 -566 -678 -773 -827 -10.29
103 -14 27 -10 -24 -154 -275 -623 -1.77

3 6 5 13 12 10 7 8 5.13
3 7 24 38 45 47 49 52 5.09
-6 -5 0 13 15 11 14 13 2.41
2 -7 -9 -13 -14 -14 -20 -22 -5.88
2 1 20 51 58 54 50 51 2.44

2 0 0 6 7 6 7 6 2.74
16 29 25 43 48 60 75 64 3.65
-5 -2 -9 -1 -2 -12 -17 -23 -2.15
-4 -8 -7 -32 -40 -47 -50 -52 -6.02
9 19 9 16 13 7 15 -5 -.13

4 -3 -6 -1 7 8 10 3 1.52
3 12 15 43 48 56 68 60 3.94
-5 -7 -8 -1 -6 -2 2 -5 -.63
-13 -9 -14 -29 -32 -37 -41 -46 -7.34
-11 -7 -13 12 17 25 39 12 .38


77,574 1,109 1,891 2,364 3,167 3,383 3,225 2,666 1,498 1.93
722,044 5,013 9,307 12,746 16,143 17,609 17,835 16,968 9,783 1.35
397,145 2,126 2,841 3,154 3,073 2,019 488 -1,360 -4,843 -1.22
326,738 -4,130 -7,785-11,980-17,433-22,149-26,024-30,208-32,914 -10.07
1,523,501 4.118 6,254 6,284 4,950 862 -4,476-11,934-26,476 -1.74


STATF TOTAL


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










TABLE 4

MISCELLANEOUS EBERSHIP DATA, K-12

Change in Membership Ave


I
End of Year
1972-73
to End of First
District Month 1973-74


11
End of First
Month 1972-73
to End of First
Month 1973-74


Alacha
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Sotn
Dixie
Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hlillsborough
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
Stwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla
Walton
Washi ngton


III


1972-73


-,-
.c410 I4a47 r.,wA~Pa,.&


1973-74


v

Change
ADM 1972-73
to 1973-74


TOTAL 60,500 38,358 1,484,935 1,520,092 35,157


641
209
1,547
65
124
4,307
26
303
657
1,317
1,320
170
8,115
262
13
1,786
1,141
75
43
-13
94
-40
37
29
32
391
307
445
9,461
161
589
31
16
30
401
3,138
497
200
0
78
933
1,192
601
100
347
983
404
1,040
671
2.844
1,390
4,195
1,255
313
196
299
531
1,086
2,204
367
154
148
61
1,151
127
-67
-30


~~


271
254
1,059
52
-2,032
4,439
-19
523
958
1,339
956
-14
2,606
294
3
-2,145
-494
41
57
-246
104
-33
-5
-20
312
438
215
592
7,742
182
523
-113
-15
37
473
2,870
39
263
5
26
1,173
1,321
631
S-483
343
-260
428
-977
782
2.307
1,817
1,672
1,996
294
134
429
188
1,069
2,619
458
125
95
62
616
106
-79
-45


22,323
2,888
18,208
3,740
61,653
129,418
2,062
5,115
5,440
11,383
11,039
6,826
241,194
3,126
1,639
111,603
47,411
1,291
1,840
9,902
1,218
1,001
2,741
2,214
3.857
3,509
5,133
6,749
105,299
3,086
8,784
7,992
2,472
719
16,584
23,488
20,759
3,807
964
3.518
18,018
19,739
7,218
10,501
6,757
26,496
3,611
85,845
6,932
67,728
17,054
89,640
57,304
10,324
7.186
11,502
11,060
21,815
27,013
4,185
4,465
3,660
1,429
34,410
1.979
3,993
? m7k


~


~~


22,300
3,162
19,395
3,753
59,262
134,337
2,057
5,555
6,162
12,789
11,802
6,851
242,645
3,411
1,649
109,974
47,111
1,363
1,879
9,687
1,314
955
2,727
2,166
4,176
3,887
5,377
7,398
112,512
3,258
9,215
7,907
2,454
754
17,019
26,261
20,764
3,996
959
3,536
18,969
20,808
7,726
10,091
7,130
26,408
4,069
84,789
7,626
69,907
19,573
90,726
58,806
10,563
7,195
11,903
11,417
22,719
29,329
4.618
4,571
3,740
1,486
35,060
2.119
3,912
a 0r5


~


~


III


3, ,05


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-23
274
1,187
13
-2,391
4,919
-5
440
722
1,406
763
25
1,451
285
10
-1,629
-300
72
39
-215
96
-46
-14
-48
319
378
244
649
7,213
172
431
-85
-18
35
435
2,773
5
189
-5
18
951
1,069
508
-410
373
-88
458
-1,056
694
2,179
2,519
1,086
1,502
239
9
401
357
904
2,316
433
106
80
57
650
140
-81
-23


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District


TABLE 5


NUMBER OF PUPILS IN SEPARATE EXCEPTIONAL
CHILD CLASSES, IN MEMBERSHIP AT CLOSE OF YEAR,
BY GRADE GROUP, 1973-74


Grade Groups


10-12


1-12


Alachua 419 248 119 786
Baker 29 29
Bay 252 145 92 489
Bradford 52 34 16 102
Brevard 697 205 95 997
Broward 2,047 1,520 368 3,935
Calhoun 40 23 16 79
Charlotte 49 23 35 107
Citrus 16 8 2 26
Clay 123 42 29 194
Collier 153 86 31 270
Columbia 84 54 37 175
Dade 2,166 989 295 3,450
De Soto 70 29 16 115
Dixie 15 7 6 28
Duval 2,202 805 372 3,379
Escambia 690 334 127 1,151
Flagler 24 14 38
Franklin 33 18 -51
Gadsden 57 64 29 150
Gilchrist 27 22 6 55
Glades -
Gulf 40 23 12 75
Hamnilton 21 17 9 47
Hardee 84 27 13 124
Hendry 67 21 9 97
Hernando 62 57 15 134
Highlands 85 67 51 203
Hillsborough 1,321 798 326 2,445
Holes 42 35 16 93
Indian River 171 86 37 294
Jackson 224 63 11 298
Jefferson 34 8 42
Lafayette 13 10 23
Lake 46 19 5 70
Lee 465 139 68 672
Leon 177 97 51 325
Levy 51 46 10 107
Liberty -
Madison 44 19 63
Manatee 32 32
Marion 42 17 12 71
Martin 157 56 15 228
Monroe 118 36 16 170
Nassau 82 67 40 189
Okaloosa 225 163 96 484
Okeechobee 75 41 -116
Orange 1,415 697 134 2,246
Osceola 119 41 20 180
Palm Beach 436 109 545
Pasco 120 43 -163
Pinellas 754 424 312 1,490
Polk 238 16 -254
Putnam 111 102 71 284
St. Johns 76 76
St. Lucie 165 89 73 327
Santa Rosa 135 72 26 233
Sarasota 438 255 204 897
Seminole 437 87 -524
Sumter 81 11- 92
Suwannee 72 39 21 132
Taylor 46 48 41 135
Union 7 14 12 33
Volusia 610 184 118 912
Wakulla 10 9 4 23
Walton 83 6 5 94
Washington 19 31 10 60

TOTAL 18,295 8,859 3,554 30,708


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PROMOTION AND NCN-PROOMTION


Data for this section of Research Report 116 are taken from annual reports
submitted by public school principals covering the 1973-74 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 same 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 sate ungraded classes or schools. In such sys-
tens 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 to establish
trends for future planning. Analyses of promotion and non-pronotion 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 13,374 pupils between the close of the eighth month of
school and the close of the school year. No one can satisfactorily say whether
these pupils have dropped out of school or have withdrawn for purposes far from
dropping out.



State Summary of Students Not Promoted
at Close of
1971-72, 1972-73, and 1973-74

Number Not Promoted Percent Not Promoted

1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74

Grades 1-6 14,582 13,983 13,854 2.03% 1.94% 1.94%
Grades 7-9 14,340 17,876 20,070 3.94 4.80 5.24
Grades 10-12 14,776 17,524 18,070 5.32 6.15 6.23

Total 1-12 43,698 49,383 51,994 3.21% 3.59% 3.75%


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There is no statewide policy on promoting or not promoting students from one
grade to another. The discretion of the district and the individual teacher
determine who passes and who is retained.

Historically, as shown in Table 3, page 18, first grade has had the highest
non-promotion rate. Only recently has first grade been replaced as the leader in
non-prnmotion. In 1971-72, only the tenth grade (6.63 percent vs. 6.60 percent)
had a higher non-promotion. The following year both ninth and tenth grades had a
higher non-prcmotion rate. For 1973-74, the same phenomenon existed.

Until 1970-71, the sixth grade had the lowest non-promotion rate. In 1970-
71 and 1971-72, only the fifth grade had a lower rate of non-pramotion. The
following two years both fourth and fifth grades had lower non-prnmotion rates.

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 of pupils in each
grade at the close of the 1972-73 and 1973-74 school years who were not
promoted.

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 1973-74. GRADES 1-6

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

PRO- NON- PRO- NON- PRO- NON- PRO- NON- PRO- '3N- PRO- NON-
MOTED PRO. MOTED PRO. MOTED PRO. MOTED PRO. MOTED PRO. MOTE) PRO.


ALACHUA
BAK ER
BAY
BRADFR Rn
8REVAQO
ROdWAkD
CAL HOUN
CHARLOTTF
CITRUS
CLAY
CPLLIFR
COL IMPIA
DADE
OESOT'T
CIXIF
DUV AL
FSCAMRIA
FLAGL PR
FRANKLY IN
GADSDEN
GILCHR I ST
GLADES
GUi F
I-AM ILTON
HARDFF
HEN DRY
HFRNAND"
HIGHLANDS
HILLSBOPRUGH
HOL'IES
INDIAN RIVER
JACKSON
JEFFEo SON
LAFAYFTTF
LAKE
LEE
LEON
LEVY
LIBERTY
MADISON
MANATEE
4AR InN
MARTIN
MONROF
NASSAU
OKALr)SA
OK F FC H)E F
ORANGE
OSC OL A
PALM BEACH
PAS CO
PIN ELL AS
POLK
PUTNAM
ST JOHNS
ST LUC IF
SANTA POSA
SARASOTA
SEM INOL E
SUMMER
SUW ANNF
TAYLOR
UNION
VOL US IA
WAKULLA
WALTON
WASHINGTON


TOTAL


1.605 52 1,529 10 1,622 9 1,741
242 16 215 14 249 0 246
1,187 108 1,221 34 1,374 13 1,508
272 25 260 6 250 2 302
3,324 206 3,526 98 3,917 51 4,433
9,078 447 9,474 192 10,031 59 10,654
151 8 145 5 156 6 139
302 27 291 4 354 7 395
440 18 450 21 514 1 498
889 83 950 37 1,004 19 1,181
795 67 774 23 817 31 866
464 104 486 18 476 5 489
15,575 799 17,258 438 18.449 277 20,201
261 32 271 9 224 5 267
103 17 136 0 136 2 124
7,866 329 7,923 176 8,453 90 9,099
3,080 279 3,151 106 3.492 81 3,774
95 5 93 1 117 0 105
102 13 125 11 155 5 160
664 21 699 16 754 7 814
89 4 88 0 98 0 120
74 0 74 0 66 11 94
189 19 174 5 184 5 201
167 6 169 10 154 6 178
342 129 321 15 345 22 315
305 2 313 0 315 0 328
333 45 380 42 386 22 427
525 55 532 14 571 4 559
8,173 332 8,512 166 9,111 101 9,549
226 10 253 7 230 2 262
627 19 603 12 678 13 720
550 53 542 8 532 20 615
161 14 164 2 163 3 214
55 2 62 0 51 1 54
1,114 66 1,175 38 1,330 24 1,450
1,739 151 1,960 88 2,030 25 2,218
1.503 38 1,468 15 1,546 10 1,679
283 9 296 2 285 18 339
72 9 74 0 70 1 78
238 15 250 2 262 2 304
1.413 26 1,383 22 1,504 3 1,580
1,400 143 1,553 46 1,645 13 1,712
510 40 517 31 633 8 597
634 56 710 35 789 18 827
482 36 474 10 544 10 583
1,545 113 1,604 52 1,869 24 2,070
283 41 334 4 342 2 341
5.494 607 5,735 277 6,291 114 6,832
547 44 580 10 602 26 648
4,697 343 5,028 142 5,306 67 5,657
1.515 114 1,549 51 1,558 35 1,704
5,839 343 5,935 161 6.480 120 7,080
4,360 288 4,536 87 4,739 35 5,214
708 52 712 33 841 27 822
490 88 535 44 591 21 620
949 35 972 14 955 12 1,031
724 16 782 14 850 20 923
1.466 40 1,523 32 1,698 80 1,814
2,163 144 2,203 57 2,332 41 2,491
290 50 324 17 389 8 387
312 40 323 5 337 4 379
290 12 253 1 291 0 321
99 0 100 0 103 0 132
2.256 250 2,330 122 2,491 78 2,737
156 23 171 7 138 8 199
228 39 265 6 277 9 314
223 1 242 0 270 1 268


102,333


PERCENT
NON-PROMOTFO


6,618


6.07


107,060


2.925


2.66


114,816


1,744


123,983


9 1,768 15 1,806 14
0 221 13 25C 6
13 1,656 4 1,644 17
1 304 3 290 3
23 4,652 9 4,747 26
49 10,873 21 10,647 73
6 175 9 17C 0
2 363 0 407 0
10 532 2 562 10
10 1,178 1 1,222 1
17 864 8 886 17
1 533 2 511 2
157 20,488 118 20,839 104
7 246 4 251 3
0 118 0 12C 5
29 9,039 18 7,991 27
39 3,764 22 3,936 76
0 118 0 110 0
0 155 1 156 0
9 786 6 839 19
7 109 5 110 1
1 74 1 82 J
7 219 11 185 10
5 176 3 152 9
6 404 1 377 12
0 364 0 359 0
13 449 10 482 1
1 617 1 602 3
30 9,629 27 9,239 21
6 235 5 278 1
14 720 0 729 0
5 625 8 623 16
1 185 0 183 0
8 66 5 70 0
9 19599 26 1,468 13
15 2,091 3 2,163 38
11 1,735 8 1,68C 22
3 347 4 328 4
0 73 0 84 1
7 270 15 292 18
5 1,581 3 1,60C 5
8 1,763 9 1,686 29
0 574 4 664 5
20 831 3 866 15
2 609 3 611 2
15 2,145 9 2,196 6
2 347 0 341 1
65 6,914 41 7,093 26
8 605 6 628 15
67 5,852 30 5,733 78
12 1,705 9 1,698 7
69 7,346 59 7,467 21
15 5,227 11 5,207 9
15 852 6 849 0
18 658 7 669 6
1 1,072 0 1,069 16
5 924 5 99C 22
16 1,836 10 1,883 6
16 2,461 15 2,431 92
3 390 4 413 4
1 364 2 372 0
0 301 0 311 0
1 140 1 123 0
40 2,727 27 2,808 22
0 187 3 171 1
0 282 5 303 5
1 290 0 265 4

125,803 125,323
936 661 970


DIST- ICT
















PISTR ICT


ALACHUA
RAK FP
3AY
BRADFORD
BA FVA4 D
BRO AF D
CAL HOUN
CHARLOTTE
CITRUS
CLAY
COLL I r*
COL UM P I A
OADE
SESrTO
CIXIF
DUV AL
-CAM H I
FLAGLER
FRANKLY IN
GADSDFN
GIL CHR I ST
GLADES
GUL
HAM ILTON
HAR OF
HEN DRY
HFP NANDO
FIGHL tNDO
HILLS0BP1UGH
HOL MFS
INDIAN RIVER
JACKSON
JFFFEPSON
LAFAYFTTr
LAK E
LEF
LFON
LEVY
L I ERTY
MAnISON
MANATEE
MAR ION
MARTIN
MON ROf
NASSAU
IKAL 10S)
1K F C HnPc F
'EfANGF
1S C EOL A
PAL M BEACH
PASCO
P IN L1 AS
DOL K
PUTNAM
ST JOHNS
ST LIJC I
SANTA ROSA
SAR SnSTA
SFM IN')L F
SUMTEn
SUW ANNE E
TAYLOR
I N ION
VOL USIA
WAKULL A
WALTON
WASHINGTON

TOTAL


PERCENT
NON-PRflMOTED


TABIE 1 (Continued)
MEMBERSHIP PROMOTED AND NON-PROMOTED AT END
OF YEAR 1973-74, GRADES 7-12

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

PRO- NON- PRO- NON- PRO- NON- PRO- NON- PRO- 1JN- PRO- NON-
MOTED PRO. MOTED PRO. MOTED PRO. MOTED PRO. MOTED PRO. MOTED PRO.

1.803 49 1,777 36 1,686 32 1,534 4 1,411 19 1,161 4
265 24 269 4 249 0 233 1 207 2 179 0
1,620 58 1,658 97 1,573 58 1.294 173 1,119 111 1,019 50
348 0 315 17 259 56 240 20 249 7 135 2
5.102 28 5,130 47 5.159 106 4,812 212 4,367 197 3,588 71
10,942 187 10,681 220 9,845 1,739 9,095 720 8,094 720 6,393 375
142 32 133 26 138 21 117 10 102 14 99 2
521 17 588 20 595 12 348 66 350 28 334 16
592 15 513 5 529 6 444 9 342 4 159 4
1.135 7 1,125 24 817 158 735 73 607 47 480 27
822 21 878 8 908 17 761 4 647 8 548 27
594 33 556 3 551 0 464 30 452 14 377 18
18,004 1.139 18,669 1,753 18,155 1,561 17,603 1,777 15,305 1,J25 11,492 1,138
372 7 296 6 258 50 209 18 120 10 145 7
161 4 138 8 117 13 110 7 78 5 88 1
8,218 743 8.417 1,051 8,267 879 7,661 1.142 6,679 (45 5,85e 262
3,971 124 4,035 82 3,758 354 3,141 309 2,729 )0 2,298 Ilo
114 2 113 3 114 7 83 7 80 4 71 1
138 38 118 43 101 33 120 11 101 7 107 3
794 76 810 76 718 61 649 46 545 17 474 17
103 4 122 2 91 2 79 1 91 0 67 0
70 16 75 10 86 9 51 6 43 8 48
206 22 209 16 211 10 208 16 182 2 155 3
182 0 192 3 153 12 130 10 126 4 104 2
330 22 278 16 231 33 217 15 164 1 144 7
301 15 300 8 272 18 219 16 195 11 159 5
511 9 433 5 406 53 405 33 263 22 I? 5
641 5 613 3 578 26 492 21 473 17 394 8
9,006 234 8,837 433 8,628 348 7,735 396 6,873 302 5,268 105
262 11 242 17 263 19 205 12 206 7 184 4
770 10 726 47 707 39 656 36 564 23 495 25
628 47 635 26 585 51 558 37 451 17 406 4
195 0 202 4 223 27 205 6 146 3 111 4
61 0 59 5 65 0 51 0 43 0 37 1
1,529 60 1,472 36 1,267 170 1,069 84 992 48 765 "3
2,224 27 2,090 18 1,970 26 1,871 8 1,515 9 1,073 56
1.672 60 1,684 58 1,528 205 1,345 173 1,203 109 885 40
324 8 372 8 275 2 240 19 227 10 215 3
81 0 81 1 76 4 74 0 57 1 49 3
311 10 247 21 285 19 245 16 238 18 171 5
1,581 73 1,499 62 1,467 140 1,329 43 1,110 39 881 44
1,771 37 1,692 31 1,549 247 1,372 222 1,211 109 1,02C 35
621 2 629 0 612 20 511 52 448 30 3AC 23
783 43 784 56 746 75 649 39 576 15 477 4
618 7 577 15 600 15 498 56 455 20 311 15
2,20q 58 2.112 71 2,144 35 1,951 121 1,818 70 1,532 35
346 20 305 4 286 31 228 15 202 2 145 2
7,058 358 7,010 359 6,709 244 5,815 560 4,991 250 4,292 115
624 17 592 19 473 101 433 PA 387 42 301 21
5,841 311 5,678 367 5,377 613 4.739 372 4,341 194 3,625 191
1,715 41 1,607 82 1,494 63 1,248 103 1,069 57 461 53
7,656 250 7,843 120 7,263 511 7,024 382 6,098 258 4,35S 203
5.128 155 4,812 220 4,476 133 3,759 357 3,047 235 2,617 85
907 17 894 18 764 87 657 71 589 73 494 44
658 29 626 20 503 21 462 32 376 31 342 11
1.043 5 1,013 12 834 90 577 128 478 95 424 29
1,043 51 959 22 920 33 911 21 698 22 605 11
1,806 51 1,800 75 1,712 78 1,753 58 1,546 32 1,325 21
2,406 119 2,243 110 2,241 144 1,968 198 1,620 58 1.243 24
402 0 357 0 348 26 301 14 256 13 204 4
396 6 364 6 330 54 295 38 279 31 216 12
291 0 293 0 303 3 215 11 226 10 222 3
132 1 128 0 99 2 118 1 91 4 75 0
2.958 60 2,885 109 2,814 68 2,418 360 2,103 163 2,005 39
184 4 201 7 147 0 149 2 94 4 99 J
357 11 333 9 305 28 314 18 260 3 209 3
232 5 252 5 249 12 198 9 208 5 151 0


123,831


4,895


122,576


6,065


116,462


9,110


1J5,600


3.80


8,911


7.78


92,213


5,661


5.78


73,922


3,498


4.52


7.25






TABLE 2


PUPILS IN SCHOOL AT THE CLOSE OF THE YEAR tWO WMRE
NOT PRMalTED, BY GRAUE, 1972-73* AND 1973-74*


Nunmer in School

1972-73 1973-74

110,561 108,951
113,537 109,985
121,952 116,560
123,228 124,919
124,691 126,464
124,969 126,293

718,938 713,172

125,064 128,726
125,095 128,641
121,996 125,572

372,155 382,939

113,557 114,511
94,759 97,874
76,667 77,420

284,983 289,805

1,376,076 1,385.916


mbt Practed

1972-73 1973-74

7,002 6,618
2,850 2,925
1,653 1,744
879 936
620 661
979 970

13,983 13,854

4,503 4,895
5,429 6,065
7,944 9,110

17,876 20,070

8,571 8,911
5,745 5,661
3,208 3,498

17,524 18,070

49,383 51,994


*Excludes pupils in juvenile centers.




TABLE 3


PERCENT OF PUPILS IN SCHOOL AT THE CWSE OF
THE YEAR, BY GRADE, 'WO WERE NOT PIlDM D*
1964-65 Through 1973-74


~r~e 1964-65 1965-66 196;6-67 1967-68


1
2
3
4
5
6

1-6

7
8
9

7-9

10
11
12

10-12

1-12


11.08%
5.85
4.25
3.37
2.40
1.69

4.93

7.66
7.34
6.35

7.15

8.49
6.55
3.88

6.48

5.76%


10.84%
5.77
3.95
2.99
2.16
1.24

4.64

7.17
7.07
5.97

6.77

7.85
6.48
3.66

6.13

5.44%


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%


1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72

8.94% 8.07% 6.96% 6.60%
4.45 3.82 3.15 2.77
3.08 2.25 1.64 1.34
1.88 1.24 .92 .72
1.34 .85 .58 .54
.97 .66 .65 .56

3.49 2.84 2.32 2.03

5.28 4.56 3.67 3.27
5.29 4.89 3.87 3.71
5.03 4.57 4.56 4.85

5.21 4.67 4.02 3.94

7.41 6.79 6.59 6.63
5.72 5.31 5.37 5.41
3.75 3.70 3.59 3.36

5.82 5.43 5.34 5.32

4.37% 3.65% 3.37% 3.21%


Grade

1
2
3
4
5
6

1-6

7
8
9

7-9

10
11
12

10-12

1-12


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%


1973-74

6.07%
2.66
1.49
.74
.52
.77

1.94

3.80
4.71
7.25

5.24

7.78
5.78
4.52

6.23

3.75%


*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, 1972-73, and 1973-74 figures exclude pupils in juvenile centers.


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Grde 194-5 195-6 96-7 96-








TABLE 4
PERCENT OF REGULAR MEMBERSHIP PROMOTED
AT CLOSE OF 1973-74 SCHOOL YEAR BY


DISTRICT

ALACHUA
BAKER
BAY
BRADFOFRD
BREVARD
BROWAR
CAL HOUN
CHARLOTTE
CITRUS
CLAY
COLLIER
COLUMN IA
DADE
DESOTO
DIXIE
DUV AL
ESCAMBIA
FLAGL FR
FRANKL IN
GADSDEN
GIL CHR IST
GLADES
GULF
HAMILTON
HAR EF
HEN OR Y
-ERNANDO
HIGHLANDS
-ILLSBORnUGH
HOLMES
INDIAN RIVER
JACKSON
JEFFERSON
LAFAYETTE
LAKE
LEE
LEON
LEVY
LIBERTY
MADISON
MANATEE
MARION
MARTIN
MONROE
NASSAU
OKALOOSA
OKEECHOBEE
ORANGE
OSCEOLA
PALM BEACH
PAS CO
PINELL AS
POLK
PUTNAM
ST JOHNS
ST LUCIE
SANTA ROSA
SARASOTA
SEMINOLE
SUMMER
SUWANNE E
TAYLOR
UNION
VOLUSIA
WAKULLA
WALTON
WASHINGTON

TOTAL


1-6

98.93
96.67
97.85
97.67
98.35
98.63
96.49
98.14
97.97
97.70
96.84
95.73
98.35
96.22
96.85
98.69
97.23
99.07
96.60
98.32
97.31
97.27
95.29
96.23
91.92
99.90
94.86
97.76
98.77
97.95
98.60
96.94
98.17
95.72
97.88
97.44
98.93
97.91
97.62
96.48
99.30
97.52
97.54
96.94
98.13
98.12
97.55
97.14
97.07
97.80
97.71
98.11
98.50
97.30
95.09
98.73
98.45
98.23
97.47
96.23
97.57
99.27
99.71
96.61
96.05
96.31
99.55

98.06%


GRADE

7-9

97.83
96.55
95.79
92.66
98.84
93.62
83.94
97.20
98.43
94.21
98.27
97.93
92.49
93.63
94.33
90.31
95.46
96.60
75.80
91.60
97.53
86.84
92.88
97.23
92.20
95.51
95.27
98.18
96.31
94.23
95.82
93.71
95.24
97.37
94.13
98.88
93.80
98.18
97.94
94.40
94.30
94.09
98.83
93.00
97.98
97.53
94.46
95.58
92.50
92.90
96.28
96.27
96.60
95.46
96.23
96.43
96.50
96.31
94.86
97.71
94.29
99.66
99.17
97.34
97.97
95.40
97.09

94.76%


GROUP

10-12

99.35
99.52
91.13
95.56
96.38
92.85
92.44
90.37
98.23
92.53
98.05
95.42
91.85
93.12
95.50
90.38
92.89
95.12
93.98
95.42
99.58
91.03
96.29
95.74
95.80
94.71
93.26
96.73
96.12
96.28
95.33
96.06
97.26
99.24
93.86
98.39
91.43
95.52
99.45
94.37
96.35
90.78
92.73
96.70
93.28
95.91
96.80
94.23
88.41
94.38
92.88
95.40
93.30
90.25
94.10
85.44
97.62
97.66
94.52
96.09
90.70
96.51
98.27
92.07
98.28
97.03
97.55

93.76%


1-12

98.72
97.25
95.82
95.78
98.00
96.02
92.30
96.06
98.15
95.88
97.47
96.28
95.37
94.88
95.84
94.56
95.83
97.59
90.31
95.84
97.82
93.10
94.86
96.42
92.55
97.86
94.69
97.66
97.58
96.57
97.11
95.85
97.11
96.84
96.05
98.02
95.99
97.51
98.08
95.46
97.33
95.19
96.89
95.81
97.09
97.44
96.58
96.10
94.23
95.71
96.51
96.99
97.02
95.35
95.22
95.97
97.71
97.58
96.20
96.60
95.22
98.81
99.26
95.80
96.98
96.20
98.51

96.25%


NUMBER OF REGULAR
PUPILS AT THE END
OF 1973-74 WHO:
WERE WERE NOT
PROMOTED PROMOTFO

19,443 253
2,825 80
16,873 736
3,224 142
52,757 1,074
115,807 4,802
1,667 139
4,848 199
5,575 105
11,323 487
9,566 248
5,953 230
212,038 10,286
2,926 158
1,429 62
95,471 5,491
41,129 1,788
1,213 33
1,538 165
8,546 371
1.167 26
837 62
2.323 126
1 883 73
3,468 279
3,430 75
4,637 263
6,597 158
100,560 2,495
2,846 101
7,995 238
6,750 292
2.152 64
674 22
15,230 627
22,944 464
17,932 749
3,531 90
869 17
3,113 148
16,934 465
18,374 929
6,696 215
8,672 379
6,362 191
23.195 609
3,500 124
74.234 3,016
6,420 393
61,874 2,775
17,323 627
80,390 2,497
53.122 1,630
9,089 443
6.530 328
10,417 437
10,329 242
20,162 499
25,802 1,018
4,061 143
3,967 199
3,317 40
1,340 10
30,532 1,338
1,896 59
3,447 136
2,848 43

1,333,922 51,994










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