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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
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RALPH D. TURLINGTON, COMMISSIONER


STAFF BY
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Florida Public Schools...
1973-74


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U.0 ort NUMBER 110
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PUPILS BY
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State of Florida
Department of Education
Tallahassee, Florida
Ralph D. Turlington, Commissioner


Research Report 110 replaces Research Brief 59, Fall 1972 Report on Member-
ship and Schoolhousing. This report was designed and prepared by the Bureau
of Research and Information. Inquiries regarding this report should be
addressed to: Ed R. Allen, Jr., Administrator, Research Information and
Surveys Section, Bureau of Research and Information, 409 Knott Building,
Tallahassee, Florida 32304. (800)


This reprint of a public document was promulgated at an annual
cost of $138.33 or $.17 per copy to assist school districts in
developing base line data for needs identification and planning.








Pupils by Race/Ethnic Group


Staff by Sex & Race/Ethnic Group

1973-74



During the 1973-74 school year all public schools in Florida were required to
complete surveys on the racial/ethnic composition of staff and pupils. The
report on pupils is required by the Office of Civil Rights, U. S. Department of
Health, Education, and Welfare in order to comply with Title VI of the Civil
Rights Act of 1964. The staff report is administered by the Equal Employment
Opportunity Commission to meet requirements of Title VII, Civil Rights Act of
1964 (as amended by the Equal Employment Opportunity Act of 1972).


Pupils


There are twelve categories of student information requested by the Civil Rights
Survey. This report will focus on five of those categories. The data is
reported by each public school in the State and covers students enrolled as of
October 1, 1973, and in two cases, students enrolled during the 1972-73 school
year. Students are categorized under one of the following headings:


American Indian . . of American Indian origin.
Black . . . ... .of African or Negro origin.
Asian American. ... of Chinese, Japanese or
other Asian origin.
Spanish American. . of Mexican, Puerto Rican,
Central American, Cuban,
Latin American, or other
Spanish origin.
Other . . . ... .of any origin not included
above (generally Caucasian).


Table 1. Pupil Membership, K-12 provides information as to the total pupil
membership of the school district on or about October 1, 1973, as reported on
this survey. For the state as a whole, the student population was:


American Indian
Black
Asian American
Spanish American
Other


0.14%
22.71
0.22
5.87
71.06%









Table 2. Pupil Membership Grades 3, 6, 9, 12. There is no grade by grade
breakdown of the student population by race. However, pupils in four selected
grades (3, 6, 9, and 12) are categorized by race/ethnic group. The percent of
students in each category is as follows:


American Asian Spanish
Grade Indian Black American American Other

3 .11% 23.63% .29% 6.98% 68.99%
6 .13 22.43 .19 6.95 70.30
9 .21 22.12 .16 5.10 72.41
12 .15% 19.48% .14% 3.98% 76.25%


Although no real conclusions can be drawn from a single indicator, it would
appear that the "holding power" of public schools is strongest in the upper
grades for the "Other" category.

Table 3. Pupil Membership Special Education Classes. The membership in
special education classes is shown by race/ethnic group for each district. The
following indicates distribution by race of those pupils reported in membership
in special education classes for the state as a whole:


American Indian 0.11%
Black 50.89
Asian American 0.08
Spanish American 3.86
Other 45.06%


Table 4. Pupils Suspended Pupils Expelled, 1972-73. This table shows the
number of pupils by race/ethnic group that were suspended for one or more days
or were expelled from school during the 1972-73 school year. The following
shows the statewide distribution of suspensions and expulsions:


Suspended Expelled

American Indian 0.04% 0%
Black 44.46 44.03
Asian American 0.04 0
Spanish American 2.07 2.66
Other 53.39% 53.31%








TABLE 1


PUPIL MEMBERSHIP, K-12


American
Indian


District


Ala
Bak
Bay
Bra
Bre
Broi
Call
Char
Cit:
Cla,
Col:
Col
Dad
De
Dix:
Duv
Esc
Fla
Fran
Gad
Gil(
Gla
Gulf
Ham:
Har
Hend
Her
Higl
Hill
Holt
Indl
Jaci
Jeff
Lafa
Lak
Lee
Leon
Levy
Lib
Madj
Mana
Mari
Mart
Monr
Nass
Okal
Okee
Oran
Osce
Palm
Pasc
Pine
Polk
Putn
St.


chua
er

dford
vard
ward
houn
rlotte
rus
7


Black


Asian
American


7,361
665
3,012
890
7,180
30,019
371
288
510
906


FALL 1973


Spanish
American


101
5
59
12
389
2,452
1
41
38
In2


Other


15,013
2,468
16,206
2,912
52,482
102,155
1,681
5,124
5,654
11 1.34


Total


1


lier 75 1,055 27 1,627 8,950
umbia 4 2,063 3 22 4,684
e 189 64,573 698 66,858 112,077 2'
Soto 1 901 5 23 2,405
ie 291 1,345
al 34 36,843 60 41 74,480 1!
ambia 117 13,540 317 195 33,402
gler 466 860
nklin 2 366 3 1,522
sden 7,705 7 2,084
christ 104 1,277
des 79 224 60 587
f 708 1 5 2,028
ilton 1,086 1 1,113
lee 5 362 6 667 2,851
dry 39 926 3 515 2,460
nando 22 865 11 55 4,397
lands 43 1,897 11 47 5,228
Lsborough 281 21,359 289 7,132 84,781 1]
mes 7 79 1 4 3,162
ian River 6 2,377 6 98 6,749
kson 2,825 2 7 5,131
person -1,723 -762
ayette 114 636
e9 3,903 11 103 12,928
48 4,514 73 751 21,257 2
n 3 7,058 56 34 14,271 2
1,129 2 29 2,850
erty -169 1 853
ison 2,063 2 1,580


tee
ion
in
roe
au
.oosa
chobee
ge
ola
Beach
:o
llas

am
Johns


3,993
6,146
1,608
1,098
1,489
2,223
440
16,262
796
20,114
1,054
14,253
12,600
3,102
2.132


354
126
215
1,135
6
176
135
1,354
55
3,201
212
143
546
30
7


15,076
14,553
5,902
7,503
5,576
23,903
3,397
67,338
6,713
46,151
17,406
76,845
45,493
7,442
5 1122


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2



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6
1
9
5
1


St. Lucie 11 5,595 7 53 6,229 11,895
Santa Rosa 22 707 44 35 10,571 11,379
Sarasota 17 2,919 30 124 19,885 22,975
Seminole 112 4,893 87 330 23,818 29,240
Sumter 15 1,218 22 3,313 4,568
Suwannee 5 1,285 2 6 3,727 5,025
Taylor 1 959 4 2,815 3,779
Union 352 2 15 1,107 1,476
Volusia 7,644 27,550 35,194
Wakulla 544 1 1,544 2,089
Walton 4 567 5 8 3,278 3,862
Washington 895 8 1 2,861 3,765

STATE 2,210 347,416 3,398 89,777 1,087,157 1,529,958


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22,545
3,141
19,398
3,816
60,282
35,003
2,060
5,469
6,261
12,605
11,734
6,776
44,395
3,335
1,636
11,458
47,571
1,326
1,893
9,796
1,381
950
2,742
2,200
3,891
3,943
5,350
7,226
13,842
3,253
9,236
7,965
2,485
750
16,954
26,643
21,422
4,010
1,023
3,645
9,489
20,902
7,778
9,914
7,073
6,579
3,986
15,466
7,610
9,525
.8,741
1,366
8,806
.0,598
7 At6


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TABLE 2


PUPILS IN MEMBERSHIP BY GRADE GROUP FALL 1973



3rd Grade


American Asian Spanish American
District Indian Black American American Other Total Indian


Asian Spanish
Black American American Other


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


32
-
1
3
2


umter
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla-
Walton
Washington


572 10
55
187 2
36
572 13
2,350 20
35
17 -
41 -
66 7
68 1
141 1
5,214 51
49
25
2,924 3
1,045 34
41
27
630
5 -
-
37
67
28
62
59
138 -
1,562 31
3
192 39
180 -
114 -
6 -
333 -
427 2
494 7
78 1
9
161 -
298 2
495 3
131 3
42 15
97
193 18
30
1,262 23
50 2
1,417 4
70 2
1,157 7
1,100 3
282 1
173 1
435
52 2
265 5
395 15
87
91 -
65
27
588
33
47
72 1


STATE 126 27,004 329 7,977 78,853 114,367 153 27,336 228 8,467 85,655 121,839


6th Grade


Total


7

6
-
28
217
-
68
2
3
125
6,409
-


13 1,126 1,721 1
188 243 -
9 1,179 1,377 7
123 159 -
30 3,533 4.150 2
264 7,488 10,154 24
138 173 -
73 274 365 -
1 456 501 4
9 909 993 1
159 665 901 8
339 481 2
5,835 7,334 18,436 3
1 172 222 -
101 126 -
43 6,187 9,169 1
13 2,451 3,551 15
63 104 -
135 162 -
144 774 -
98 103 -
78 8
1 148 186 -
94 161 -
64 235 327 1
60 202 325 3
5 346 410 2
3 404 550 6
550 6,159 8,307 9
231 234 7
9 446 687 -
1 355 536 -
53 167 -
45 51 -
7 1,006 1,346 -
80 1,539 2,049 3
4 999 1,505 -
1 220 300 -
60 69 -
99 260 -
47 1,048 1,396 2
12 1,101 1,619 5
28 467 632 1
90 577 728 1
439 536 -
11 1,577 1,800 1
15 282 330 -
121 4,850 6,261 9
2 417 471 2
282 3,113 4,817 -
28 1,318 1,419 3
7 5,301 6,473 1
54 3,567 4,726 3
577 861 1
439 613
5 509 949 2
2 782 839
10 1,506 1,789 2
23 1,905 2,344 13
1 293 382 -
2 244 337
222 287
1 95 123 -
1,952 2,540
107 140
1 228 276
193 266


6th Grade


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-


574 5
55
225 6
49
651 9
2,404 20
33
19 1
37 1
18 2
74 2
130 1
4,955 45
-
23
2,875 1
1,181 23
26
32
682
5
20
52
70
33
77 1
78
140 2
1,725 23
2
174 -
230
135 -
11 -
333
386 3
560 5
109
12 -
181 1
308 3
516 1
44
78 11
107 -
174 14
40 1
1,189 15
49 2
1,614 4
86 3
1,178 7
983 1
259 -
165 1
474
77 6
249 2
408 6
104 -
80
68
23
548
33
41
65


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~


1,307
192
1,395
237
4,307
8,335
143
306
508
620
725
374
7,619
-
107
5,196
2,818
70
129
189
104
47
143
89
253
227
333
449
6,606
267
576
431
68
50
1,103
1,829
1,189
218
78
129
1,231
1,209
179
668
492
1,937
287
5,549
563
3,622
1,454
6,077
3,956
613
493
571
912
1,721
1,543
299
293
244
106
2,272
135
262
201


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--


1


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-
-
1

2
-

-


I_


1,894
247
1,639
286
4,997
11,000
176
394
552
644
934
507
19,031
NA
130
8,075
4,060
96
161
871
109
83
196
159
368
357
420
600
8,914
277
759
663
203
61
1,446
2,284
1,758
329
90
311
1,574
1,744
228
867
599
2,137
339
6,908
619
5,536
1,564
7,283
4,997
877
661
1,053
999
1,991
2,001
407
373
312
130
2,820
168
305
266


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TABLE 2 (Con't.)


PUPILS IN MEMBERSHIP 'BY GRADE GROUP FALL 1973



9th Grade


American Asian Spanish
District Indian Black American American Other


American
Total Indian


Asian Spanish
Black American American Other


Alac
Bake
Bay
Brad
Brev
Brow
Calh
Char
Citr
Clay
Coll
Colu
Dade
De S
Dixi
Duva
Esca
Flag
Fran
Gads
Gilc
Glad
Gulf
Hami
Hard
Hend
Hern
High
Hill
Holm
Indi
Jack
Jeff
Lafa
Lake


hua 581 9 11 1,314 1,915 432 1 8 948 1,389
r 53 1 195 249 46 1 148 195
6 261 1,395 1,662 1 147 4 2 981 1,135
ford 71 248 319 55 160 215
ard 6 459 8 24 3,715 4,212 5 250 14 29 2,685 2,983
ard 12 3,096 15 174 9,584 12,881 4 1,198 10 73 6,494 7,779
oun 30 149 179 30 83 113
lotte 13 1 4 566 584 1 19 1 1 359 381
us 22 2 255 279 1 18 1 144 164
4 67 13 994 1.078 4 58 4 475 541
ier 9 84 2 135 789 1,019 1 50 46 550 647
mbia 153 1 407 561 102 286 388
21 4,946 47 4,992 9,146 19,152 14 2,409 20 2,390 6,188 11,021
oto 99 1 217 317 43 130 173
e 17 114 131 15 78 93
.1 1 2,760 1 6,136 8,898 2,052 4,707 6,759
mbia 19 1,194 8 7 2,931 4,159 3 598 1 8 1,970 2,580
ler 31 92 123 28 47 75
klin 31 114 145 27 89 116
den 653 186 839 405 3 99 507
hrist 5 99 104 4 69 73
es 5 21 4 62 92 4 14 1 30 49
70 166 236 32 135 167
Iton 99 107 206 81 61 142
.ee 1 29 33 232 295 14 6 131 151
ry 6 103 30 202 341 2 37 4 132 175
ando 4 87 2 4 402 499 2 32 1 2 160 197
lands 1 165 4 487 657 2 107 2 295 406
sborough 62 1,725 18 505 7,001 9,311 11 994 7 460 5,203 6,675
s 6 284 290 4 194 198
an River 179 2 587 768 114 6 429 549
son 251 1 424 676 156 288 444
erson 168 -91 259 87 39 126
lyette 12 53 65 7 33 40
S1 339 2 8 1,164 1,514 2 225 1 861 1,089
... . .. ... . .. I


Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns


338 10
645 4
82
16
161 -
390 2
531
144 3
90 3
146 -
142 15
36
1,288 16
60 1
1,701 2
78 4
1,152 10
839 6
274 2
158


40 1,753
1 1,267
2 215
68
159
11 1,364
8 1,372
14 498
82 624
464
11 2,281
3 301
104 5,769
7 553
203 4.379
15 1,453
13 6,883
26 3,441
8 664
1 404


2,159 4
1,918
299 -
84
320
1,769 2
1,918 2
662
803 3
610 1
2,453 1
341
7,193 19
621 3
6,289
1,550 4
8,079 4
4,328 6
949 1
563


197 1
439 3
81
15
107
215 5
331 -
76
57 5
89 1
120 8
27
739 15
40 2
818 3
54
614 3
825 2
224
38


10
3
1

-
5
8
4
38
3
6
3
68
3
89
3
3
11
2


1,368b
869
152
36
94
953
843
366
392
278
1,554
134
3,416
277
2,798
839
5,452
2,661
399
2


1,580
1,314
234
51
201
1,180
1,184
446
495
372
1,689
164
4,257
325
3,708
900
6,076
3,505
626
40


St. Lucie 547 3 515 1,065 1 206 3 4 262 476
Santa Rosa 4 74 3 4 930 1,015 5 34 1 4 610 654
Sarasota 241 1 5 1,636 1,883 138 1 3 1,366 1,508
Seminole 17 395 9 42 2,473 2,936 7 230 5 11 1,113 1,366
Sumter 112 4 274 390 84 157 241
Suwannee 1 91 1 289 382 60 204 264
Taylor 66 260 326 1 49 187 237
Union 26 1 79 106 22 66 88
Volusia 605 2,310 2,915 374 1,818 2,192
Wakulla 37 1 122 160 26 81 107
Walton 58 1 301 360 30 197 227
Washington 70 206 276 37 132 169

STATE 278 28,473 205 6,566 93,215 128,737 121 16,286 117 3,330 63,757 83,611


12th Grade


Total


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TABLE 3


SPECIAL EDUCATION CLASSES FALL 1973


American
Indian


District


Alach
Baker
Bay
Bradf
Breva
Browa
Calho
Charl
Citru
Clay
Colli
Column
Dade
De So
Dixie
Duval
Escami
Flagli
Frank:
Gadsdi
Gilchl
Glades
Gulf
Hamili
Hardei
Hendr
Hernai
Highl
Hills
Holmes
Indiai
Jackso
Jeffel
Lafaye
Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madiso
Manatee
Marior
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloc
Okeech
Orange
Osceol
Palm B
Pasco
Pinell
Polk
Putnam
St. Jc
St. Lu
Santa
Saraso
Semino
Sumtel


ua


ord
rd


Black


524
74
188
79
411


Asian
American


Spanish
American


2
4


Other

168
66
344
39
569


Total


rd 2 1,958 3 31 955 2,
un 43 81
otte 34 106
s 1 66 3 216
106 3 1 182
er 2 113 51 152
bia 97 -60
1 3,174 2 1,017 1,521 5,
to 66 -66
15 11
1,896 2 1,203 3,
bia 576 2 2 601 1,
er 32 -- 9
lin 7 27
en 404 -37
rist 16 56
s 3 15 3 10
46 1 23
ton 72 26
e 27 24 32
S- 68 1 29
ndo 86 75
hands 6 178 3 87
borough 1 1,096 2 111 1,431 2,1
3 7 79 1 4 3,038 3,
n River 259 1 28 97


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rson
ette




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lobee

La
leach

las


ohns
ucie
Rosa
tta
le


208
147
13
307
290
287
70
24
602
343
1,190
166
96
98
208
32
1,154
87
1,306
40
800
918
182
167
212
84
137
414
98


2
38




36
19
7
160

2
6
17

69
5
5
35

-r
4

1


88
17
18
210
383
154
90
16
247
319
574
71
225
85
345
65
941
128
865
284
912
907
77
101
69
166
96
199
144,


1,





2,

2,-
2;

1,
i


2
2


Suwannee 84 23 107
Taylor 81 -49 130
Union 40 1 37 78
Volusia 489 -383 872
Wakulla 37 -18 55
Walton 1 43 77 121
Washington 83 -85 168

STATE 49 22,342 33 1,695 19,785 43,904


692
140
532
120
985
949
124
140
286
292
318
157
715
132
26
101
181
41
34
441
72
31
70
98
83
98
161
274
641
129
385
296
164
31
521
713
442
160
40
350
699
784
244
481
183
556
L05
126
216
251
330
718
862
259
268
286
250
234
13
'43


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TABLE 4


PUPILS SUSPENDED 1972-73


PUPILS EXPELLED 1972-73


American Asian Spanish
District Indian Black American American


Other


American


Asian Spanish


Total Indian Black American American Other


Total


Alachua 1 339 1 275 616 -
Baker 31 -38 69 -
Bay 260 1 3 362 626 1 1
Bradford 62 117 179 1 1
Brevard 741 1 16 2,655 3.413 2 1 3
Broward 6 2,065 24 2,025 4,120 -
Calhoun 13 35 48
Charlotte 6 80 86
Citrus 69 3 289 361 3 3
Clay 479 25 1,400 1.904 70 4 238 312
Collier 5 79 19 60 163 -
Columbia 157 136 293 -
Dade 1 3,634 1 939 2,237 6,812 115 6 14 135
De Soto 17 7 24 12 12
Dixie 15 75 90 1 5 6
Duval 6,641 1 6,177 12,819 20 9 29
Escambia 1 1,365 3 4 971 2,344 1 1
Flagler 15 18 33 -
Franklin 23 40 63 1 1
Gadsden 323 66 389 -
Gilchrist 3 26 29 1 3 4
Glades 1 27 25 53 1 1
Gulf 51 19 70 8 1 9
Hamilton 164 83 247 2 2
Hardee 23 19 39 81 18 18 35 71
Hendry 103 13 99 215 2 2 4
Hernando 2 77 115 194 1 4 5
Highlands 138 1 1 155 295 1 1
Hillsborough 5 2,850 4 307 3,764 6,930 8 3 13 24
Holmes 5 306 311 1 49 50
Indian River 2 196 212 410 18 4 22
Jackson 149 78 227 -
Jefferson 114 22 136 11 1 12
Lafayette 10 6 16 1 1
Lake 373 4 536 913 20 12 32
Lee 784 3 26 976 1,789 5 2 7
Leon 443 382 825 1 1
Levy 111 47 158 -
Liberty 3 8 11 -
Madison 2 2 2 2
Manatee 671 13 767 1,451 -
Marion 476 3 517 996 21 -6 27
Martin 203 1 5 281 490 -
Monroe 134 2 69 254 459 -4 4
Nassau 117 185 302 -
Okaloosa 198 2 945 1,145 6 20 26
Okeechobee 22 4 84 110 -
Orange 4 1,162 7 20 1,820 3,013 -
Osceola 86 2 191 279 -
Palm Beach 1,607 71 1,029 2,707 1 -
Pasco 71 1 6 287 365 -
Pinellas 2,756 1 14 4,901 7,672 7 4 11
Polk 1,244 10 1,761 3,015 35 31 66
Putnam 427 342 769 19 3 22
St. Johns 12 477 489 -
St. Lucie 1,082 1 405 1,488 2 2
Santa Rosa 11 86 97 -
Sarasota 441 4 552 997 -
Seminole 435 1 8 868 1,312 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 55
Sumter 102 134 236 3 3
Suwannee 46 95 141 2 1 3
Taylor 35 35 40 40
Union 8 9 17 -
Volusia 1,081 1,453 2,534 2 2
Wakulla 12 26 38 3 3
Walton -449 465 914 46 80 126
Washington 224 144 368 45 32 77

STATE 28 35,037 29 1,635 42,074 78,803 513 31 621 1,220*


*Sub-totals for pupils expelled do not include 55 pupils from Seminole County that are included in the total of 1,220.




Staff


In the future, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Staff Survey (EEO-5)
will be completed during the fall of the year at about the same time as the Civil
Rights Pupil Survey. For the 1973-74 year the survey was completed in January
of 1974.

The EEO-5 form collects data on all staff employed by the school board. The
survey requests breakdowns by race and sex for 18 job classifications that range
from the superintendent to the unskilled laborers. This report combines some
categories and provides seven tables of staff data by sex, race/ethnic group, and
job classification.

Table 1. District Office Professional Staff, 1973-74. This category includes
district level administrators, managers, consultants, supervisors, psychologists,
and other professional staff. The following shows the statewide sex and race/
ethnic breakdown for this category:


Male Female

White 42.77% 40.70%
Black 5.92 7.92
Spanish American 1.12 1.44
Other 0.10 0.03
Total 49.91% 50.09%


Table 2. Principals, Assistant Principals, 1973-74. The sex and race/ethnic
distribution is shown for principals and assistant principals. Statewide
percent are as follows:


Male Female

White 65.04% 16.61%
Black 12.74 4.56
Spanish American 0.75 0.24
Other 0.03 0.03
Total 78.56% 21.44%


Table 3. Elementary Classroom Teachers, 1973-74. The sex and race/ethnic
distribution is shown for elementary classroom teachers. Statewide percent are
as follows:


Male Female

White 8.58% 67.64%
Black 2.34 19.07
Spanish American 0.23 2.03
Other 0.02 0.09
Total 11.17% 88.83%





Table 4. Secondary Classroom Teachers, 1973-74.
bution is shown for secondary classroom teachers.
follows:


Male


White
Black
Spanish American
Other
Total


39.89%
6.24
0.82
0.05
47.00%


The sex and race/ethnic distri-
Statewide percent are as



Female

42.79%
9.02
1.13
0.06
53.00%


Table 5. Other Teachers, Counselors, Librarians, 1973-74. The "Other Teacher"
category includes those teaching ungraded classes, special education, art, music,
etc., who were not reported previously as elementary or secondary classroom
teachers. Distribution of state percent by sex and race/ethnic groups are as
follows:


Male


White
Black
Spanish American
Other
Total


23.82%
3.98
0.53
0.04
28.37%


Female

57.50%
12.98
1.08
0.07
71.63%


Table 6. Clerks, Aides, Secretaries, Technicians. The sex and race/ethnic
distribution is shown for clerks, aides, secretaries (bookkeepers, office machine
operators, payroll clerks, stenographers, non-professional classroom assignments,
etc.) and technicians (computer operators, projectionists, dietitians, medical/
dental aides, photographers, etc.). The statewide percent are as follows:


White
Black
Spanish American
Other
Total


Male

4.09%
0.83
0.38
0.02
5.32%


Female

72.51%
17.60
4.42
0.15
94.68%


Service Workers and Others.
maintenance, transportation,
etc. The state percent for


This category includes workers in food
electrical repair, carpenters, unskilled
this category are as follows:


White
Black
Spanish American
Other
Total


Table 7.
services,
laborers,


Male


25.00%
13.21
3.15
0.10
41.46%


Female

35.90%
21.30
1.27
0.07
58.54%


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TABLE 1


DISTRICT OFFICE PROFESSIONAL STAFF 1973-74



Male


Spanish
White Black American


District


Other


White


Spanish
Black American


Alachua 38 7 32 6 83
Baker 5 -- 3 8
Bay 30 1 47 3 -1 82
Bradford 9 1 9 1 20
Brevard 83 4 1 20 1 109
Broward 183 43 130 34 390
Calhoun 3 3 2 8
Charlotte 21 7 28
Citrus 15 2 8 1 26
Clay 17 14 31
Collier 25 1 7 1 2 36
Columbia 9 12 1 22
Dade 352 83 37 1 282 74 51 1 881
De Soto 13 2 5 1 21
Dixie 4 1- 5
Duval 238 61 281 87 667
Escambia 114 13 1 53 10 1 192
Flagler 6 6
Franklin 2 1 6 1 10
Gadsden 12 3 24 12 51
Gilchrist 4 1 5
Glades 4 1 1 6
Gulf 6 4 10
Hamilton 4 4
Hardee 8 1 5 1 10 25
Hendry 6 1 4 1 12
Hernando 9 1 10 1 21
Highlands 13 2 11 3 29
Hillsborough 182 23 22 3 241 52 19 542
Holmes 10 8 18
Indian River 16 2 12 1 31
Jackson 13 1 6 4 24
Jefferson 4 5 1 10
Lafayette 2 1 3
Lake 31 6 -- 27 4 68
Lee 64 1 1 42 3 111
Leon 37 8 49 14 108
Levy 9 5 14
Liberty 3 2 1 6
Madison 6 1 -- 5 1 13
Manatee 47 3 29 2 81
Marion 31 1 27 6 65
Martin 12 3 11 26
Monroe 28 2 3 36 4 2 75
Nassau 8 2 6 1 17
Okaloosa 42 50 2 94
Okeechobee 5 1 7 2 15
Orange 152 12 2 258 34 2 460
Osceola 23 1 6 1 31
Palm Beach 101 21 113 34 269
Pasco 34 39 3 1 77
Pinellas 149 10 1 171 22 353
Polk 130 15 3 103 18 1 270
Putnam 16 3 16 4 39
St. Johns 20 4 21 2 47
St. Lucie 23 4 20 6 53
Santa Rosa 14 -- 7 21
Sarasota 54 2 80 5 141
Seminole 29 1 45 6 81
Sumter 5 2 7 1 15
Suwannee 10 -- 9 19
Taylor 6 5 2 13
Union 6 7 13
Volusia 57 6 42 10 115
Wakulla 9 1 14 2 26
Walton 13 3 1 17
Washington 11 2 2 15

STATE 2,645 366 69 6 2,517 490 89 2 6,184


Female


Other


Total






TABLE 2


PRINCIPALS, ASSISTANT PRINCIPALS 1973-74



Male


Spanish
White Black American


District


Other


Spanish
White Black American


Alachua 38 15 12 2 67
Baker 5 1 6
Bay 40 10 4 54
Bradford 10 3 2 15
Brevard 82 9 9 100
Broward 113 20 26 12 171
Calhoun 10 1 11
Charlotte 12 1 -- 13
Citrus 16 1 17
Clay 24 9 33
Collier 21 1 2 2 26
Columbia 11 3 -- 14
Dade 298 74 8 125 37 5 547
De Soto 8 1 9
Dixie 4 1 5
Duval 97 25 44 11 177
Escambia 59 10 12 2 83
Flagler 3 3
Franklin 5 5
Gadsden 13 10 23
Gilchrist 3 1 4
Glades 2 2
Gulf 7 1 8
Hamilton 5 3 8
Hardee 7 2 1 10
Hendry 9 1 10
Hernando 8 1 2 11
Highlands 15 3 18
Hillsborough 116 19 11 59 19 1 1 226
Holmes 9 --- 3 12
Indian River 15 2 -1 18
Jackson 16 6 1 1 24
Jefferson 3 2 1 6
Lafayette 1 1 2
Lake 42 4 4 50
Lee 32 5 5 1 43
Leon 30 12 18 8 68
Levy 6 2 2 10
Liberty 3 1 4
Madison 8 2 -- 1 -11
Manatee 34 4 10 4 -52
Marion 30 8 5 3 46
Martin 17 1 18
Monroe 17 2 1 5 1 1 27
Nassau 17 3 1 21
Okaloosa 55 1 6 62
Okeechobee 6 1 -- 7
Orange 118 23 23 4 168
Osceola 11 1 1 13
Palm Beach 97 36 -36 19 1 189
Pasco 32 2 2 9 45
Pinellas 149 24 3 55 8 239
Polk 99 11 13 4 127
Putnam 22 2 1 1 26
St. Johns 13 5 -- 5 1 24
St. Lucie 13 12 2 3 30
Santa Rosa 32 1 1 34
Sarasota 28 3 7 1 39
Seminole 46 10 4 2 62
Sumter 10 1 1 12
Suwannee 8 2 2 12
Taylor 5 1 1 1 8
Union 2 1 1 4
Volusia 59 13 15 4 91
Wakulla 6 1 -- 7
Walton 11 3 -- -- 14
Washington 11 11

STATE 2,154 422 25 1 550 151 8 1 3,312


Female


Other


Total







TABLE 3


ELEMENTARY CLASSROOM TEACHERS 1973-74



Male


Spanish
White Black American


District


Other


White


Spanish
Black American


Alachua 27 9 328 102 1 1 468
Baker 6 1 41 10 58
Bay 24 6 280 49 1 360
Bradford 1 49 12 62
Brevard 167 8 1 985 107 3 3 1,274
Broward 170 57 1,559 464 4 1 ,2,255
Calhoun 2 2 39.5 5.5 49
Charlotte 18 1 82 6 1 108
Citrus 11 96 19 126
Clay 16 3 187 15 1 222
Collier 26 6 176 19 6 233
Columbia 8 3 99 32 142
Dade 505 199 31 1 2,771 1,110 352 7 4,976
De Soto 20 1 81 19 121
Dixie 1 27 2 30
Duval 151 34 1,150 591 1,926
Escambia 36 12 641 210 899
Flagler 1 1 27 8 37
Franklin 6 29 5 40
Gadsden 4 16 102 111 233
Gilchrist 2 31 2 35
Glades 6 17 6 29
Gulf 6 2 44 13 65
Hamilton 12 4 35 20 1 72
Hardee 5 -- 78 3 1 1 88
Hendry 9 3 75 13 100
Hernando 19 2 76 14 111
Highlands 21 2 109 20 2 1 155
Hillsborough 188 35 29 1 1,439 389 202 3 2,286
Holmes 10 54 64
Indian River 20 9 150 39 218
Jackson 9 6 109 57 181
Jefferson 6 7 41 36 90
Lafayette 3 12 2 17
Lake 33 8 259 58 358
Lee 33 5 1 324 52 415
Leon 5 1 1 239 112 358
Levy 9 1 76 16 102
Liberty 3 1 17 2 23
Madison 4 2 47 30 83
Manatee 36 17 257 56 366
Marion 13 6 205 92 316
Martin 17 4 1 115 19 1 157
Monroe 27 1 1 138 10 6 183
Nassau 7 5 95 34 141
Okaloosa 39 2 488 30 1 560
Okeechobee 13 74 6 93
Orange 111 46 1,117 335.5 1 2 1,612.5
Osceola 15 147 9 2 173
Palm Beach 128 60 3 932 395 11 3 1,532
Pasco 43 6 2 316 13 2 382
Pinellas 165 24 1 1,304 233 5 1,732
Polk 115 27 1 862 197 2 1 1,205
Putnam 23 7 153 53 1 237
St. Johns 10 5 96 43 154
St. Lucie 13 8 116 76 1 214
Santa Rosa 8 1 203 11 223
Sarasota 53 7 343 32 435
Seminole 43 7 1 396 74 2 1 524
Sumter 12 1 82 18 -113
Suwannee 3 2 66 21 92
Taylor 4 1 69 12 86
Union 5 22 1 28
Volusia 43 15 443 114 615
Wakulla 2 41 9 52
Walton 5 -- 63 5 73
Washinaton 5 -- 63 10 78


699 70 5 20,187.5 5,688 607 28 29,845.5


Female


Other


Total


2,561


STATE





TABLE 4


SECONDARY CLASSROOM TEACHERS 1973-74



Male


Spanish
Black American


Other


Spanish
White Black American


Alachua 135 42 253 63 3 1 497
Baker 28 5 -- 26 5 64
Bay 156 13 194 23 3 389
Bradford 26 2 46 7 81
Brevard 662 35 8 644 60 6 1,415
Broward 1,097 182 1,300 244 3 2 2,828
Calhoun 20 1 24.5 2.5 48
Charlotte 66 3 1 68 1 139
Citrus 63 5 1 52 2 123
Clay 133 5 147 7 292
Collier 147 6 1 1 105 9 3 1 273
Columbia 61 16 1 53 22 153
Dade 1,891 394 89 3 1,750 544 210 6 4,887
De Soto 21 1 16 4 42
Dixie 19 1 17 1 38
Duval 648 169 859 350 2,026
Escambia 352 73 2 530 149 2 1 1,109
Flagler 16 1 14 4 35
Franklin 27 3 18 1 49
Gadsden 49 63 70 218
Gilchrist 21 19 40
Glades 11 2 12 2 27
Gulf 28 4 28 4 64
Hamilton 15 6 9 5 35
Hardee 32 3 36 2 73
Hendry 34 3 1 32 3 73
Hernando 36 8 49 6 99
Highlands 95 5 60 4 164
Hillsborough 765 103 100 4 930 216 75 1 2,194
Holmes 34 1 26 1 -62
Indian River 83 21 84 15 203
Jackson 69 15 67 18 169
Jefferson 11 8 18 6 43
Lafayette 8 10 1 19
Lake 150 20 167 22 1 360
Lee 233 24 2 223 30 2 514
Leon 70 43 1 264 69 1 448
Levy 39 4 48 3 -- 94
Liberty 12 1 13 1 -- 27
Madison 21 9 27 24 81
Manatee 197 25 2 158 23 1 406
Marion 163 39 2 215 65 1 485
Martin 90 14 2 118 9 3 236
Monroe 105 1 7 102 5 5 225
Nassau 52 16 1 63 24 156
Okaloosa 272 4 1 288 5 2 1 573
Okeechobee 44 5 1 30 4 84
Orange 763 116 5 811 165 4 4 1,868
Osceola 64 3 1 73 2 1 144
Palm Beach 658 137 7 1 628 166 16 1 1,614
Pasco 191 9 6 175 7 388
Pinellas 949 97 7 2 942 84 10 2,091
Polk 520 75 2 1 500 78 2 1,178
Putnam 83 17 1 77 17 195
St. Johns 63 14 48 25 150
St. Lucie 88 33 1 1 90 51 1 265
Santa Rosa 91 2 106 4 203
Sarasota 239 12 3 1 182 18 1 456
Seminole 222 35 5 1 317 50 4 634
Sumter 46 8 38 3 95
Suwannee 35 3 33 6 1 78
Taylor. 29 3 2 29 7 2 72
Union 13 17 30
Volusia 339 52 298 70 759
Wakulla 23 1 23 1 48
Walton 36 4 1 31 2 74
Washington 32 4 29 2 1 68

STATE 12,791 2,002 263 16 13,722.5 2,892.5 363 20 32,070


District


White


Female


Other


Total






TABLE 5


OTHER TEACHERS, COUNSELORS, LIBRARIANS 1973-74



Male


Spanish
White Black American Other


District


White


Spanish
Black American


Alachua 34 14 96 24 168
Baker 4 1 10 1 16
Bay 31 4 74 15 124
Bradford 19 3 27 11 60
Brevard 73 9 177 12 1 272
Broward 198 33 617 148 1 997
Calhoun 1 3 2 6
Charlotte 10 -- 12 22
Citrus 22 1 32 3 58
Clay 17 42 3 62
Collier 28 1 52 2 1 84
Columbia 7 3 17 11 38
Dade 329 57 31 575 168 59 3 1,222
De Soto 3 1 13 2 19
Dixie 6' 1 12 1 20
Duval 210 67 415 218 910
Escambia 42 11 212 46 1 312
Flagler 1 4 5
Franklin -- 13 13
Gadsden 4 3 16 20 43
Gilchrist 5 5
Glades 2 1 1 4
Gulf 1 1 6 2 10
Hamilton 1 7 3 11
Hardee 2 -- 9 -- 11
Hendry 4 1 9 1 15
Hernando 12 1 23 7 -- 43
Highlands 13 1 31 5 50
Hillsborough 96 15 17 3 361 66 35 2 595
Holmes 3 17 1 21
Indian River 5 3 18 4 30
Jackson 10 2 1 25 8 46
Jefferson 1 5 5 11
Lafayette 1 1 2
Lake 38 1 59 16 1 115
Lee 33 3 93 6 1 136
Leon 81 29 160 57 327
Levy 2 9 1 12
Liberty 1 4 1 6
Madison 3 2 -- 9 3 17
Manatee 45 6 69 12 132
Marion 69 16 172 60 317
Martin 9 2 24 4 1 40
Monroe 27 3 59 9 3 101
Nassau 20 1 40 4 1 -66
Okaloosa 36 1 93 7 137
Okeechobee 4 7 1 12
Orange 93 12 1 434 98 1 639
Osceola 18 29 1 1 49
Palm Beach 75 15 205 57 2 354
Pasco 31 3 64 2 100
Pinellas 301 21 2 538 49 911
Polk 78 15 210 37 4 344
Putnam 15 4 39 10 68
St. Johns 28 2 -38 5 73
St. Lucie 20 1 48 14 83
Santa Rosa 49 3 95 9 156
Sarasota 39 3 1 93 11 147
Seminole 32 4 73 10 119
Sumter 1 1 13 2 17
Suwannee 18 4 21 7 50
Taylor 10 1 12 1 24
Union 2 2 7 11
Volusia 41 19 218 43 321
Wakulla 1 7 8
Walton 19 2 27 8 56
Washington 26 2 15 2 45

STATE 2,453 410 55 4 5,921 1,337 111 7 10,298


Female


Other


Total


Female






TABLE 6


CLERKS, AIDES, SECRETARIES, TECHNICIANS 1973-74



Male


Female


Spanish
Black American


Other


Spanish
White Black American Other


Alachua 17 11 163 39 1 231
Baker 1 1 38 5 45
Bay 3 226 28 1 258
Bradford 3 52 8 63
Brevard 38 1 555 34 2 1 631
Broward 109 16 1,321 280 7 1,733
Calhoun 20.5 1 21.5
Charlotte 83 2 85
Citrus 52 7 59
Clay 1 66 1 68
Collier 6 1 131 27 33 198
Columbia 73 9 82
Dade 112 62 45 2 1,520 745 597 5 3,088
De Soto 44 6 50
Dixie 21 2 23
Duval 57 7 763 276 1,103
Escambia 10 508 37 555
Flagler 1 17 7 25
Franklin 35 6 41
Gadsden 1 3 54 61 119
Gilchrist 15 2 -- 17
Glades 19 8 1 28
Gulf 32 2 -- 34
Hamilton 29 7 -- 36
Hardee 45 1 46
Hendry 37 14 8 59
Hernando 3 55 4 62
Highlands 2 95 24 121
Hillsborough 56 7 19 2 804 283 115 8 1,294
Holmes 1 43 44
Indian River 4 110 15 129
Jackson 10 1 81 14 106
Jefferson 1 26 24 51
Lafayette 10 10
Lake 3 226 47 1 277
Lee 16 1 280 23 9 329
Leon 7 6 214 76 303
Levy 46 2 1 49
Liberty 32 4 36
Madison 6 2 35 14 57
Manatee 20 3 204 47 2 276
Marion 1 1 298 103 403
Martin 3 104 18 4 129
Monroe 10 1 137 14 13 1 176
Nassau 1 61 11 73
Okaloosa 5 159 24 1 189
Okeechobee 34 8 2 1 45
Orange 61 2 627 123.5 1 814.5
Osceola 94 4 98
Palm Beach 47 12 2 632 216 11 3 923
Pasco 3 1 170 20 7 201
Pinellas 47 6 835 120 1 1 1,010
Polk 38 4 632 160 7 841
Putnam 4 123 15 142
St. Johns 2 90 28 120
St. Lucie 2 3 118 85 1 1 210
Santa Rosa 1 163 3 167
Sarasota 22 3 246 29 1 301
Seminole 6 2 262 47 317
Sumter 32 5 37
Suwannee -- 50 6 56
Taylor 1 64 7 72
Union -- 16 16
Volusia 18 1 211 23 253
Wakulla 3 37 3 43
Walton 48 4 1 53
Washington 64 6 70

STATE 761 155 71 4 13,487.5 3,273.5 823 27 18,602


District


White


Total






TABLE 7


SERVICE WORKERS AND OTHERS 1973-74



Female


Spanish
White Black American


Other


Spanish
White Black American


Alachua 97 154 218 168 1 638 2,152
Baker 18 8 34 9 69 266
Bay 27 8 189 86 310 1,577
Bradford 21 11 49 18 99 400
Brevard 319 81 3 665 250 4 3 1,325 5,126
Broward 552 258 1 205 273 1 1 1,291 9,665
Calhoun 10 1 31 3 45 188.5
Charlotte 54 2 78 2 136 531
Citrus 39 10 69 14 132 541
Clay 44 34 169 35 2 284 992
Collier 60 11 8 105 31 18 3 236 1,086
Columbia 19 29 52 26 126 577
Dade 744 614 466 1 377 612 62 2,876 18,477
De Soto 18 5 19 5 47 309
Dixie 8 1 36 5 50 171
Duval 405 366 219 1,103 2,093 8,902
Escambia 168 158 367 306 999 4,149
Flagler 7 1 12 14 34 145
Franklin 13 3 19 9 44 202
Gadsden 12 31 14 99 156 843
Gilchrist 8 1 24 1 34 140
Glades 8 2 8 6 3 27 123
Gulf 12 7 44 15 78 269
Hamilton 15 11 21 10 57 223
Hardee 15 7 76 98 351
Hendry 5 3 57 19 .6 90 359
Hernando 21 13 50 19 103 450
Highlands 35 17 87 22 161 698
Hillsborough 360 142 272 23 1,008 321 173 6 2,305 9,442
Holmes 30 1 43 2 76 297
Indian River 40 12 85 46 183 812
Jackson 58 20 76 34 188 738
Jefferson 16 24 13 24 77 288
Lafayette 10 11 3 24 77
Lake 106 47 151 48 352 1,580
Lee 173 48 1 231 65 3 521 2,069
Leon 56 130 89 98 373 1,985
Levy 15 4 1 63 36 1 120 401
Liberty 6 1 9 3 19 121
Madison 22 29 19 18 88 350
Manatee 96 32 195 75 398 1,711
Marion 91 56 206 208 561 2,193
Martin 38 20 81 61 1 201 807
Monroe 38 13 35 1 69 15 35 1 207 994
Nassau 38 13 95 43 189 663
Okaloosa 214 7 295 18 2 536 2,151
Okeechobee 4 2 45 14 65 321
Orange 467 142 12 2 620 207 8 1,458 7,020
Osceola 40 8 28 1 77 585
Palm Beach 304 213 30 501 260 13 1 1,322 6,203
Pasco 103 11 174 23 1 1 313 1,506
Pinellas 627 214 5 525 130 2 1,503 7,839
Polk 226 87 4 572 274 5 1,168 5,133
Putnam 28 39 53 50 170 877
St. Johns 31 28 82 46 187 755
St. Lucie 49 38 107 151 345 1,200
Santa Rosa 74 21 152 18 265 1,069
Sarasota 191 21 1 146 16 375 1,894
Seminole 89 111 2 184 96 1 483 2,220
Sumter 27 4 50 29 110 399
Suwannee 39 11 53 18 121 428
Taylor 12 9 70 17 108 383
Union 7 5 18 7 37 139
Volusia 140 109 73 34 356 2,510
Wakulla 6 4 7 4 21 205
Walton 37 3 68 7 115 402
Washington 21 5 39 13 78 365

STATE 6,683 3,531 841 27 9,600 5,693 340 18 26,733 127,044.5


District


Male


DISTRICT
STAFF


Other


Total


Grand
Total













DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Ralph D. Turlington, Commissioner
Tallahassee, Florida 32304


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