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REPORT 86


REPORT

BUREAU OF RESEARCH
DIVISION OF ELEMENTARY & SECONDARY EDUCATION


Fall 1970 Report
on Membership, Teachers
and Schoolhousing


December 1970


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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA
FLOYD T. CHRISTIAN. COMMISSIONER


































Research Report 86 is a revision of Research
Report 75. Tables for this report were prepared
by Mrs. Maryalice Dyal, Statistical Aide, Bureau
of Research, Division of Elementary and Secondary
Education, of the Florida Department of Education. (800)














FALL 1970 REPORT ON MEMBERSHIP,


TEACHERS, AND SCHOOLHOUSING


Each fall, Florida's district superintendents prepare a special report
covering membership, classroom teachers, and current status of school-
housing. The situation is a status report as of the end of the first
month of school. Most of the data used in this report are taken from the
principals' monthly reports on attendance for the first month of school
in the 1970-71 school year. While the status of membership, teachers,
and schoolhousing at the end of the first month is not indicative of the
entire year in a particular district, these reports do permit comparisons
for a like period from year to year. They provide the most current source
available of state-wide statistics.


Teachers

The total number of full-time classroom teachers increased from 59,562 in
1969 to 62,211 in 1970, an increase of 2,649 classroom teachers. These
figures exclude junior college personnel and part-time teachers but
include kindergarten teachers. Also excluded are principals, supervisors,
librarians, and other instructional personnel not teaching at least half-
time. The number of elementary teachers increased 3.53 percent, or 1,093
teachers; the number of secondary teachers increased 5.45 percent, or 1,556
teachers. Beginning with the fall 1968 report, part-time teachers are
reported on a full-time equivalency basis. For the 1970 first month period
this worked out to 231.4 positions at the elementary level and 113.9 positions
at the secondary level. Part-time positions are not included in the above
comparisons. However, the number of full-time equivalent positions increased
substantially in 1970 over 1969; elementary going from 46.2 positions to
231.4 equivalent positions and secondary from 71.8 positions to 113.9
equivalent positions. No breakdown is available as to how many of these
part-time teachers are on federally supported or vocational programs.

Only 111 teachers with substandard credentials, certificates below Rank III,
were reported this fall. In 1969 there were 187 teachers employed on such
certificates. In all likelihood some additional teachers on temporary
certificates will be employed later on during this school year as an
emergency measure. Of the teachers with substandard certificates, 86.5
percent, or 96 teachers, teach in the elementary grades while only 15 were
reported at the secondary level.


Membership

Total membership in grades 1-12 was 1,383,085 at the end of the first month
of school this year. Last year, 1969, this total was 1,369,229. Thus a net









increase of only 13,856 pupils or 1.01 percent is shown for grades 1-12.
Elementary membership remained virtually stationary, increasing only 98
pupils over 1969 while secondary membership increased 13,758 pupils.
This is an increase of .01 percent and 2.17 percent respectively in
elementary and secondary grades. An increase from 41,235 in 1969 to
47,374 in 1970 is shown in kindergarten membership as a result of addi-
tional kindergarten units provided by the 1970 Legislative Session.

Actually these comparisons of net membership between the first month of
1970 and the first month of 1969 can be misleading insofar as the total
number of pupils in the state is concerned. A number of districts suf-
fered substantial losses in 1970 as a result of pupils being held out of
school (more than 500 known to be out in one county) because of racial
problems. The movement of a substantial, but undetermined, number of
pupils into private schools from public institutions contributed to the
1970 reduction. Some indication of the impact of these and other factors
are shown in Table 4, which is a new tabulation for this report. It can-
not be determined at this time how many of these pupils will remain in
non-public schools and how many will return to public schools later
this year or next year.

First month membership and annual average daily membership (ADM) for
grades 1-12 have been very similar over the past few years when on a
consolidated state basis. There are considerable differences, however,
in districts taken individually.

Annual
First Month Average Daily
Year Membership Membership

1970-71 1,383,085
1969-70 1,369,229 1,366,936*
1968-69 1,329,137 1,329,597*
1967-68 1,290,899 1,288,103
1966-67 1,250,635 1,253,157
1965-66 1,213,323 1,213,504
1964-65 1,178,404 1,179,914
1963-64 1,138,500 1,140,947
1962-63 1,088,948 1,089,482


Pupils in Excess of Capacity

The number of pupils in excess of the number that can be accommodated,
without multiple sessions, in the instruction rooms of accessible publicly-
owned school plants decreased from 112,747 in 1969 to 108,620 in 1970.


*Excludes University Laboratory Schools











The overload in the elementary schools decreased from 39,548 in 1969 to
31,993 in 1970. The overcrowding situation appears to be more critical in
junior and senior high schools, where the number in excess of capacity
increased from 73,199 pupils in 1969 to 76,627 in 1970. The pupils reported
in excess of capacity included part of those on double sessions. A com-
parison of the total number of available classrooms and the total number of
pupils in a district may lead to incorrect conclusions. Full utilization
of all facilities is frequently impractical due to locations of the
facilities within a district and, in recent years, because of the implemen-
tation of court imposed school integration plans which results in over-
crowding in one school and surplus capacity in another.


Double Sessions

The number of schools with pupils on double session dropped from 82 in 1969
to 45 in 1970. The number of pupils on double session, however, increased
from 51,434 in 1969 to 80,580 in 1970. Five districts were able to
eliminate schools on double sessions, but five other districts had to go to
double sessions at the beginning of the 1970-71 school year. Schools on
double sessions are found in fourteen districts this year, the same number
as last year. Eleven districts have double sessions in secondary schools
only, two in elementary and one at both the secondary and elementary levels.
"Staggered sessions" and other "extended school day" programs are not in-
cluded with double sessions since under these systems pupils are in school
for a full or normal school day. Most of the districts with a substantial
number of pupils on double session have instruction rooms scheduled for
completion during this school year. It is not anticipated that enough new
rooms will be made available to eliminate double sessions and also take
care of normal growth.


Number of Instruction Rooms Available

Instruction rooms include regular classrooms, laboratories and shops, but
exclude auditoriums, gymnasiums, lunchrooms, libraries, study halls and
multi-purpose rooms. At the beginning of the 1969-70 school year, a total
of 49,713 instruction rooms were available. This includes all instruction
rooms, even those that are substandard. During the 1969-70 school year,
2,608 additional instruction rooms were made available. An additional 207
rooms were converted to instructional use, such as the conversion of a
library into classrooms with the construction of a new library. During this
same period 678 instruction rooms were abandoned or converted to other use.
There was a net gain of 2,137 instruction rooms making a total of 51,850
rooms available at the beginning of the 1970-71 school year. A substantial
number of portable type classrooms are in use, some having been added during
1969-70. Such classrooms may be reasonably satisfactory on a temporary basis
but are not generally considered as satisfactory on a permanent basis. Not
all temporary type classrooms are reported by the districts as needing re-
placement. During recent years some schools have been constructed using an










open large space design in which individual classrooms are not easily
identified. Equivalent classrooms have been reported in such situations.


Instruction Rooms Needed

Superintendents see a need for 3,705 instruction rooms to provide for
excess enrollment, including pupils on double sessions, and for 3,145
instruction rooms to replace unsatisfactory facilities now in use. This
makes a reported need, as of the first month of school this year, of
6,850 instruction rooms. Against this need, 1,809 instruction rooms are
scheduled for completion during the 1970-71 school year. This leaves a
net backlog of 5,223 instruction rooms even if all scheduled rooms are
completed. It makes no allowance for growth. By the beginning of school
next year, additional rooms will be needed for growth during this year and
next summer,. Most of the growth normally takes place during the summer
months as new residents move into Florida from other states.

Over the past fifteen years for which comparable figures are available, a
total of 33,846 instruction rooms have been made available. Not all of
these were new buildings since conversions also are included. During this
same period 5,027 classrooms have been abandoned or converted to other than
classroom use. Most of these abandoned classrooms were obsolete and un-
satisfactory or were in schools that have been consolidated. The total
backlog need at the end of the first month this year is set at 6,850 class-
rooms excluding any allowance for future growth. As shown in the following
table, very little progress is being made toward reducing the total backlog,
which remains at a high level.

Year Total Year Total
Beginning Classroom Needs Beginning Classroom Needs
1963 4,797
1970 6,850 1962 4,465
1969 7,015 1961 4,703
1968 6,730 1960 4,744
1967 5,781 1959 4,791
1966 5,196 1958 5,043
1965 4,389 1957 5,011
1964 4,198 1956 4,643

A summary of data from the reports of district superintendents is presented
in the following tables. This is a status report as of the end of the first
month of school of the 1970-71 school year. Data dealing with classrooms may
not be exact since in some cases estimates were necessary. However, a high
degree of consistency is shown from year to year.


Junior Colleges

Data for the junior colleges are not included in this report. A separate
report is prepared by the Division of Community Colleges.











SUMMARY OF TEACHERS AND PUPILS SINCE

BEGINNING OF MINIMUM FOUNDATION PROGRAM

GRADES K-12


Instructional
Positions

16,126
17,086
17,910
18,805
19,979
21,437
23,136
25,333
27,546
30,068
33,029
35,882
38,665
41,107
43,642
46,586
49,215
51,848
55,425
58,366
60,739
66,549
69,895


Annual
Enrollment

448,908
470,173
494,229
525,799
556,936
602,258
648,609
701,484
755,393
826,628
899,020
962,910
1,020,461
1,080,874
1,136,937
1,194,686
1,247,736
1,287,315
1,330,552
1,376,769
1,427,172
1,486,432
1,551,339


Average
Daily
Membership

394,658
416,960
442,152
468,463
491,576
531,215
575,197
624,058
673,000
735,446
805,628
865,289
926,876
984,324
1,038,174
1,094,528
1,146,105
1,185,840
1,221,277
1,262,311
1,298,025
1,356,920
1,408,067


Average
Daily
Attendance

368,587
391,453
414,957
437,401
458,930
497,879
541,400
589,479
632,232
692,297
743,265
814,888
870,511
930,986
979,516
1,030,800
1,081,599
1,121,461
1,149,801
1,192,674
1,216,957
1,270,513
1,312,693


*Excludes University Laboratory Schools


Year

1947-48
1948-49
1949-50
1950-51
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69*
1969-70*





TABLE 1

TEACHERS AND PUPILS, FIRST MONTH 1970-71


Number of
Number of Teachers Number of Pupils Pupils in
Full-Time below Enrolled of Capac
District Teachers** Rank III

Elem.* Sec. Elem.*Sec. Kdg, Elem. Sec. Elem.
Alachua 485 408 1,507 11,063 9,405
Baker 59 50 2 174 1,251 1,201 30
Bay 373 348 1 814 8,705 8,445 99
Bradford 83 98 217 1,876 1,668
Brevard 1.224 1226 2.525 30.160 28.826


Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus

Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Soto
Dixie
Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole


.


60,559 54,398
1,084 844
1,703 2,108
2,366 1,022
5,176 3,978
4,618 3,710
3,480 3,074
118,419 110,963


--


2,484
50
95
127
221
218
158
5,270
50
39
2,557
995
28
44
253
30
29
68
79
85
75
90
161
2,365
66
209
207
71
20
396
447
436
90
26
83
409
403
174
327
121
706
59
1,804
139
1,536
286
1,646
1,195
253
166
271
224
429
570


927/
11.3
150

839
184
575
1,776
270


1,001
215
30
30


2,446
57
105
67

228
152
5,036
86
41
2,592
1,066
29
47
221
31
23
69
43
82
64
87
149
2,011
62
187
184
54
16
289
510
637
75
24
77
397
376
144
121
137
573
70
1,670
114
1,429
233
1,835
1,093
208
124
214
212
465
269
*t I


sumter LU107 75 ,
Suwannee 121 88 2,749 1,447 -
Taylor 84 69 155 1,913 1,671 60
Union 44 24 85 697 622
Volusia 907 748 1,770 15,589 15,353
Wakulla 48 38 110 891 765 60
Walton 92 100 5 1 183 1,952 1,909 -
Washineton 75 71 4 203 1L496 -1.-7 -
Combined University
Lab. Schools 47 75 163 )25-- 1,37 -


3 1
- -
1
2 -
- -
- 1

3 2
2 1



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1
- -
- -

1 -
5 -
5 1
3 -



5 1
5 -



2
5 1

1 1



1 1
1
3
1

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1
i
I -
1
4

19 -

1 -
19



3 1
3 1

1 -


32,089 30,122


96 15 47,374 735,517


647,568 31,993


76,627 7 38


2,042 78,538


*Includes Kindergarten Teachers.
**Excludes the Full-Time equivalent of 231.4 Elementary and 113.9 Secondary Part-Time Teachers.


1,769
149
220
207
448
599
260
9,836
47
114
1,859
1,221
75
119
149
71
70
141
142
-
-
113


177

452
133
45
740
13
1,244
201
59
168
1,056
722
230
550
240
1,696

2,815
241
1.898
345
3,865
1,557
611
348

444
975
1,034


TOTAL


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1,661
739
63,209
24,274
553
969
5,556
553
509
1,150
1,531
1.748
1,734
2,219
3,324
55,541
1,388
4,140
4,108
1,244
338
7.,723
11,305
10,171
1,738
458
1 866
7,852
9,746
3,420
7,166
2.937
13,767
1,865
42,266
2,996
34,610
6,891
40,642
28,389
5,030
3.660
6,130
5,124
9,556
14,784
9 15 S


1,191
706
57,024
21,451
465
718
4.301
455
372
1,115
653
1.325
1,376
1,836
2,912
48,533
1,343
3,979
3,752
1,143
299
6.610.
9,470
8,900
1,485
424
1,707
7,704
7,072
2,522
2,477
2,895
11,204
1,336
38,357
2,613
30,312
4,877
40,644
24,410
4,377
2,869
4,926
4,471
9,466
5,967
1 343


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_


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30
-



10,453
-

420
130

610
206
-
630

231

163
250
498

2,000
288
599
182
4,800
617
1,356
640
60
150

500
60
246
545


Double Sessions
Excess Number Number
ity of of
Schools Pupils

Sec. Elem. Sec. Elem. Sec.
1,800 3 4,838
180 -
44 -
230 -
3.567 -
9,046 7 21,334
121 -
700 -

297 1 1156
878 1 1,844
923 -
16,314 3 981
455 -
-
6,862 3 5 683 12,747
4,672 5 11,418
250 -
40 -
40

--

---


240 -


12,933 7 11,689

200
180 -
100 -
--
90
645
448


130 -
--
120 -
100 -
60 1 378
15 -
1,000
219
381 -
103 -
3,635 1 1.858
1,177 2 2,166
3,599 -
942 -
137 -
60 -.

325 2 981
261 -
1,746 2 4,313

30

38
1,274 2 4,194
60 -
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TABLE 2


INSTRUCTION ROOMS, FIRST MONTH 1970-71


Number of Instruction Rooms Additional Rooms Needed
Instruction
To Replace Rooms Sched- Current
Added or Total For Excess Unsatis- uled for Need After
District Available Converted Available Enrollment factory Completion Completion
Beginning Abandoned During Beginning Beginning Rooms Total during of Rooms
1969-70 1969-70 1969-70 1970-71 1970-71 1970-71 1970-71 Scheduled
Alachua 845 77 142 910 62 62 59 3
Baker 107 17 15 105 6 6 6
Bay 588 1 18 605 5 71 76 8 68
Bradford 162 19 -143 12 18 30 10 20
Brevard 2,173 8 112 2.277 119 242 361 53 308
Broward 3,247 33 674 3,888 333 534 867 112 755
Calhoun 99 99 8 6 14 34
Charlotte 137 22 159 20 5 25 27
Citrus 164 6 6 164 6
Clay 275 275 38 38 35 3
Collier 298 16 314 45 45 26 19
Columbia 232 11 17 238 53 27 80 80
Dade 7,828 46 265 8,047 603 447 1,050 225 825
De Soto 98 26 72 34 34 39
Dixie 77 77-- -
Duval 4,373 4,373 229 28 257 182 75
Escambia 1,593 43 68 1,618 189 68 257 39 218
Flagler 59 22 37 25 14 39 39
Franklin 70 12 82 35 35 35
Gadsden 425 14 18 429 1 -1 1
Gilchrist 52 52 8 8 8
Glades 63 63
Gulf 126 63 82 145 1 1 1
Hamilton 127 17 14 124 1 2 3 3
Hardee 145 9 154 4-
Hendry 113 6 12 119 8 9 17 4 13
Hernando 147 13 12 146 -8 8 .24
Highlands 246 22 21 245 -26 26 84
Hillsborough 3,273 26 3,299 779 232 1,011 174 837
Holmes 114 6 120 32 -
Indian River 328 4 324 5 10 15 1 14
Jackson 338 338 20 6 26 26
Jefferson 116 11 105 11 11 6 5
Lafayette 36 36 -3 3 3
Lake 569 5 564 23 23 4 19
Lee 643 9 91 725 28 61 89 1 88
Leon 765 40 805 16 -16 8 8
Levy 187 7 194 21 4 25 15 10
Liberty 59 59 -
Madison151 151 9 6 15 15
Manatee 690 14 14 690 3 3 3
Marion 606 16 66 656 10 97 107 40 67
Martin 225 6 15 234 14 26 40 40
Monroe 391 13 1 379 17 8 25 7 18
Nassau 226 4 20 242 4 14 18 18
Okaloosa 914 18 932 90 200 290 26 264
Okeechobee 115 115 17 44 61 16 45
Orange 3,103 31 100 3,172 33 92 125 125
Osceola 225 6 231 10 13 23 36
Palm Beach 2.500 24 105 2,581 310 150 460 16 444
Pasco 332 4 13 341 61 45 106 58 48
Pinellas 2,925 6 226 3,145 221 195 416 103 313
Polk 1,897 47 178 2,028 64 115 179 82 97
Putnam 330 6 336 7 27 34 34
St. Johns 316 2 318 8 8 2 6
St. Lucie 417 14 35 438
Santa Rosa 354 7 361 42 19 61 33 28
Sarasota 697 9 108 796 11 11 28
Seminole 669 103 772 70 56 126 58 68
Sumter 115 16 2 101 20 32 52 52
Suwannee 188 13 201 1 12 13 -13
Taylor 162 1 163 4 4 8
Union 60 60 1 2 3 3
Volusia 1,236 -58 1,294 45 51 96 35 61
Wakulla 92 92 4 4 4
Walton 218 218 5
Washington 128 1 13 140 11 11 11
Combined University
Lab. Schools 134 134-- -


I I__


__


3,145


6,850 1,809


5,223


TOTAL


49,713


678 2,815


51,850


3,705





TABLE 3


MEMBERSHIP BY GRADES, END OF THE FIRST MONTH 1970-71


Grade Ungraded
District
Kde. 1s;t 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 1lth 12th Elem. Sec
Alachua 1507 1784 1843 1880 1874 1733 1704 1687 1677 1621 1509 1402 1277 245 232
Baker 174 214 181 201 221 204 215 241 214 233 185 173 155 15
Bay 814 1460 1388 1415 1453 1482 1431 1573 1638 1551 1540 1203 1016 -
Bradford 217 312 297 272 316 327 313 295 307 324 275 217 189 39 61
Brevard 2525 4907 4734 4900 5211 5198 5210 5114 5256 5136 4892 4572 3856 -
Broward 1769 9717 9768 9899 10295 9984 10094 10251 9937 10050 8901 8068 6472 802 719
Calhoun 149 177 185 172 159 177 167 149 148 168 185 123 118 -
Charlotte 220 293 268 271 254 281 306 372 435 372 311 293 277 30 48
Citrus 207 279 285 283 331 302 296 302 288 304 286 234 198 -
Clay 448 935 913 856 816 865 791 762 774 756 671 592 423
Collier 599 767 755 784 798 796 718 712 655 755 609 534 445
Columbia 260 606 553 .530 574 528 558 542 607 548 543 461 384 82 38
Dade 9836 18877 19003 19582 19835 19698 19671 19769 20082 19647 19967 16924 14093 1753 481
De Soto 47 303 257 287 277 267 270 248 207 243 201 157 135 -
Dixie 114 135 118 104 141 122 119 126 138 125 128 104 85 -
Duval 1859 10131 10348 10344 10532 10446 10348 10440 10699 10151 9870 8198 6911 1060 755
Escambia 1221 4121 3769 4018 3977 4048 3895 3997 4064 4006 3503 3013 2544 446 324
Flagler 75 95 87 83 85 103 85 89 106 90 76 52 52 15
Franklin 119 190 161 146 152 150 158 167 127 158 102 85 79 12
Gadsden 149 900 850 893 943 971 961 921 818 785 661 560 530 38 26
Gilchrist 71 100 100 95 79 97 82 65 103 93 72 63 59 -
Glades 70 91 75 75 75 93 100 72 74 68 61 54 43 -
Gulf 141 214 194 150 196 190 171 224 214 210 168 165 119 35 15
Hamilton 142 198 186 169 193 209 198 182 196 225 143 152 133 -
Hardee 317 323 31L 294 245 258 295 250 252 200 170 158 -
Hendry 298 329 310 265 234 266 302 261 261 232 174 123 32 23
Hernando 113 374 367 327 395 344 374 346 381 329 324 247 176 38 33
Highlands 601 558 543 542 539 541 543 585 528 473 427 356 -
Hillsborough 9127 9220 9099 9154 9094 8939 8914 9131 8736 8444 7134 5806 908 368
Holmes-- 177 226 212 232 223 232 263 254 253 262 203 197 174 -
Indian River 738 671 710 724 648 649 727 713 786 663 567 508 15
Jackson 452 665 620 673 636 663 702 754 707 640 607 524 499 149 21
Jefferson 133 204 196 220 191 208 225 244 227 166 193 179 134 -
Lafayette 45 50 57 64 60 52 55 47 55 60 49 55 33 -
Lake 740 1191 1335 1204 1268 1273 1261 1265 1284 1341 1017 937 766 11 -
Lee 13 2161 1795 1779 1909 1812 1769 1783 1846 1727 1610 1290 1214 80
Leon 1244 1580 1603 1632 1691 1707 1675 1694 1616 1610 1500 1298 1182 283
Levy 201 257 276 317 297 299 292 286 297 301 228 207 166 -
Liberty 59 66 77 83 77 81 74 90 73 80 76 62 43 -
Madison 168 3'52 296 302 337 267 312 347 327 296 285 279 173 -
Manatee 1056 1325 1314 1301 1396 1251 1265 1360 1391 1463 1228 1143 1023 96
Marion 722 1511 1445 1447 1445 1422 1417 1500 1482 1473 1382 1208 1086 -
Martin 230 566 504 573 499 506 534 507 515 534 447 372 302 55 28
Monroe 550 965 942 896 909 872 835 857 808 919 625 451 482 82
Nassau 240 466 482 489 491 482 527 550 589 485 513 398 360 -
Okaloosa 1696 2165 2268 2270 2273 2152 2237 2183 2255 2047 1851 1622 1246 402
Okeechobee 314 298 307 343 289 293 276 265 256 241 158 140 21
Orange 2815 6992 6828 6649 6968 6901 6817 7013 7102 6830 6670 5637 4783 1111 322
Osceola 241 628 469 492 483 459 465 491 535 489 423 364 311 -
Palm Beach 1898 5852 5759 5585 5815 5773 _63_8 5960 5720 5340 5136 4525 3819 -
Pasco 345 1065 1053 1060 1049 1025 1018 1041 1082 1014 949 734 580 98
Pinellas 3865 6577 6572 6765 6871 6901 6956 7334 7103 7173 7365 6304 5365 -
Polk 1557 5010 4705 4756 4798 4561 4559 4854 4680 4854 4056 3375 2591 -
Putnam 611 816 826 845 870 847 826 872 831 836 676 646 516 -
St. Johns 348 626 585 589 575 590 623 561 596 500 559 399 312 14
St. Lucie 939 1018 1037 997 1063 1076 977 939 953 808 687 562 -
Santa Rosa 444 808 801 839 880 848 820 928 859 832 717 622 471 128 42
Sarasota 975 1521 1527 1593 1590 1675 1650 1676 1726 1652 1634 1496 1282 -
Seminole 1034 1926 1851 1886 1813 1717 1889 1790 1912 1918 1763 1265 1021 -
SumterK 327 360 304 303 303 343 295 288 304 288 212 181 -
Suwannee 397 328 297 364 341 371 339 346 371 353 325 286 78
Taylor 155 337 300 307 308 286 317 278 340 321 245 246 204 58 37
Union 85 118 127 119 117 100 108 107 106 123 117 77 82 8 10
Volusia 1770 2599 2461 2474 2616 2517 2560 2883 2741 2756 2558 2401 1847 362 167
Wakulla 110 168 147 142 139 160 135 159 148 150 125 106 77 -
Walton 183 347 266 302 336 343 332 399 394 345 318 265 214 -
Washington 203 257 239 272 212 248 268 244 302 246 225 205 175 -
Combined University
Lab, Schools 163 167 165 177 169 172 175 187 208 268 248 242 222 -

TOTAL 47,374 117,893 121,479 119,570 122,033 112,483 80,644 3,861
119,802 118,988 119,773 121,812 119,446 96,631 8,670





TABLE 4


MEMBERSHIP AT CLOSE OF FIRST MONTH OF SCHOOL
GRADES 1-12


District 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970
Alachua 17,995 18,702 19,362 19,997 20,820 21,188 20,728 20,468
Baker 2,046 2,130 2,190 2,316 2,315 2,340 2,353 2,452
Bay 15,839 16,127 16,396 16,806 16,659 17,090 17,058 17,150
Bradford 3,614 3,566 3,552 3,542 3,622 3,576 3,581 3,544
Brevard 39,007 45.448 50.335 56,844 60.246 62.382 61.158 58.986
Broward 76,443 81,228 85,765 90,001 95,917 103,081 111,434 114,957
Calhoun 1,954 1,966 1,958 1,958 1,932 1,961 1,932 1,928
Charlotte 2,523 2,595 2,674 2,852 2,867 3,076 3,563 3,811
Citrus 2,402 2,511 2,627 2,671 2,752 2,871 3,081 3,388
Clay 5,090 5,480 6,061 6,643 7,107 7,762 8.495 9,154
Collier 4,117 4,710 5,169 5,586 6,055 6,560 7,497 8,328
Columbia 5,824 5,954 6,036 6,192 6,350 6,422 6,550 6,554
Dade 193,251 196,646 201,598 208,224 217,345 224,341 232,213 229,382
De Soto 2,490 2,497 2,521 2,527 2,615 2,697 2,729 2,852
Dixie 1,329 1.346 1,396 1,427 1,436 1,467 1,439 1,445
Duval 115,015 116,848 117,810 118,616 120,987 120,966 123,071 120,233
Escambia 44,254 45,076 45,845 46,444 46,478 46,746 45,654 45,725
Flagler 1,171 1,239 1,233 1,206 1,166 1,133 1,089 1,018
Franklin 1,570 1,541 1,547 1,518 1,646 1,629 1,641 1,687
Gadsden 10,476 10.624 10,704 10.928 10,893 11,138 10.717 9,857
Gilchrist 835 813 767 811 837 837 891 1,008
Glades 701 757 804 799 755 776 802 881
Gulf 2,769 2,754 2,873 2,815 2,758 2,834 2,825 2,265
Hamilton 2,180 2,221 2,116 2,237 2,223 2,234 2,230 2,184
Hardee 2,776 2,840 2,917 2.993 3,002 2,970 2,969 3,073
Hendry 2,361 2,453 2,542 2,653 2,697 2,847 2,951 3,110
Hernando 2,761 2,881 2,956 3,045 3,144 3,275 3,593 4,055
Highlands 5,173 5,322 5,511 5,657 5,706 5,815 5,947 6,236
Hillsborough 89,047 91,305 94,606 95,748 97,631 99,616 102,307 104,074
Holmes 2,889 2,835 2,743 2.618 2,562 2,563 2,604 2.731
Indian River 6,466 6,770 7,017 7,305 7,653 7,955 8,133 8,119
Jackson 9,060 8,924 8,647 8,358 8,272 8,193 8,129 7,860
Jefferson 2,807 2,797 2,781 2,678 2,702 2,722 2,685 2,387
Lafayette 696 677 653 662 702 691 702 637
Lake 12,840 12.984 13,317 13.446 13.641 13.642 14,084 14,333
Lee 13,536 14,054 15,024 15,895 16,860 17,791 19,222 20,775
Leon 18,168 18,761 19,273 19,865. 20,258 20,384 19,477 19,071
Levy 2,772 2,776 2,789 2,974 2,972 3,117 3,140 3,223
Liberty 865 827 837 813 832 847 862 882
Madison 4.095 4,022 3,892 3,877 3.767 3,630 3,582 3,573
Manatee 13,741 14,011 14,169 14,486 14,888 15,259 15,899 15,556
Marion 14,032 14,430 14,866 15,165 15,374 15,644 15,897 16,818
Martin 4,051 4,225 4,403 4,638 4,711 4,974 5,520 5,942
Monroe 8,353 8,615 9,139 9,058 9,055 9,530 9,617 9,643
Nassau 5,053 5,159 5.198 5.341 5,476 5,585 5,628 5,832
Okaloosa 16,339 18,591 19,630 20,186 22,158 23,796 24,455 24,971
Okeechobee 2,113 2,204 2,364 2,369 2,454 2,598 2,812 3,201
Orange 64,676 67,242 68,998 71,875 74,404 76,776 79,267 80,623
Osceola 4,154 4,276 4,327 4,297 4,482 4,742 5,121 5,609
Palm Beach 49,846 52.574 54.316 56.055 58.573 60,731 63,948 64,922
Pasco 7,332 7,590 7,736 8,284 8,778 9,406 10,384 11,768
Pinellas 64,137 66,286 67,584 69,807 71,428 75,595 78,583 81,286
Polk 46,458 47,171 48,996 50,761 51,705 51,654 51,785 52,799
Putnam 8,238 8,529 8,875 8,964 9,058 9,120 9,102 9,407
St. Johns 6,220 6.330 6,359 6,424 6,400 6,522 6,479 6.529
St. Lucie 9,411 9,998 10,209 10,461 10,717 10,918 11,131 11,056
Santa Rosa 7,410 7,599 7,574 7,765 8,404 8,677 8,880 9,595
Sarasota 15,106 15,338 15,655 16,182 16,824 17,531 18,289 19,022
Seminole 14,412 15,276 15,829 16,588 17,242 17,430 19,445 20,751
Sumter 3,303 3,284 3,388 3.335 3.306 3,387 3,506 3,508
Suwannee 4,271 4,185 4,128 4,010 4,175 4,366 4,110 4,196
Taylor 3,761 3,843 3,906 3,881 3,818 3,782 3,714 3,584
Union 1,143 1,206 1,177 1,222 1,234 1,220 1,231 1,319
Volusia 27,139 28,682 29,199 29,842 29,856 30,611 30,819 30,942
Wakulla 1.418 1,420 1,418 1,404 1.418 1 466 1,560 1.656
Walton 4,054 4,229 4,039 3,961 4,038 3,957 3,785 3,861
Washington 3,122 3,104 2,997 2.727 2,741 .2,695 2,790 2,893

TOTAL 1,138,500 1,178,404 1,213,323 1,250,635 1,290,899 1,329,137 1,366,875 1,380,685


University Lab.
Schools 2,354 2,400
*Included in district of location.







FALL 1970 REPORT ON

MEMBERSHIP, TEACHERS, AND SCHOOLHOUSING

STATE SUMMARY
(including Lab. Schools)

This information reflects the facts at the close of the first month of school.

1. Total number of teachers (excludes supervisors, full-time principals,
librarians, etc.):

(a) Full-time:
Elementary (including Kindergarten) 32089
Secondary (including Junior High) 30,122

(b) Part-time: (In full-time equivalence)
Elementary (including Kindergarten) 231.4
Secondary (including Junior High) 113.9

2. Total number of full-time classroom teachers with substandard credentials
(below Rank III certification):

Elementary (including Kindergarten) 96
Secondary (including Junior High) 15

3. Number of pupils enrolled:

Kindergarten 47~374 Elementary 735.517
Secondary 647,568

4. Number of pupils enrolled in excess of normal capacity of the accessible
publicly-owned school plants in use:

Elementary 31 993 Secondary 76.627

5. (a) Number of schools on double session: Elementary 7 Secondary 38

(b) Number of pupils on double session: Elementary 2,042 Secondary 78,538

6. Total number of all publicly-owned instruction rooms:

(a) Available at the beginning of the 1969-70 school year 49.713.
(b) Abandoned for instructional purposes during 1969-70 school year 678.
(c) Completed during the 1969-70 school year 2,608.
(d) Converted from other purposes during 1969-70 school year 207.
(e) Available at the beginning of the 1970-71 school year (a minus b plus
c and d) 51.850.

7. Additional instruction rooms needed (as of Fall 1970):

(a) Needed to accommodate excess enrollment reported in Item 4 above 3,705.
(b) Needed to replace unsatisfactory classrooms exclusive of classrooms
counted in (a) above 3,145.
(c) Total additional instruction rooms needed (a plus b) 6,850.

8. Number of instruction rooms scheduled for completion during 1970-71 school
year 1,.89.
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