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FALL 1963 REPORT ON ENROLLMENT,
TEACHERS, AND SCHOOL HOUSING


Research Report 31
Division of Research












Thomas D. Bailey
State Superintendent of Public Instruction
Tallahassee, Florida
December, 1963


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Research Report 31 is a revision of Research
Report 22 prepared by the Division of Research
of the Florida State Department of Education.

The preparation of these reports is one phase in
the implementation of Florida's plan for improv-
ing statistical services of the State Department
of Education under the provisions of Title X,
National Defense Education Act,








FALL 1963 REPORT ON ENROLLMENT,


TEACHERS, AND SCHOOL HOUSING


Each fall, Florida's county superintendents prepare a special report cover-
ing membership, classroom teachers, and current status of school housing.
The situation is covered 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. While the status of membership, teachers, and school housing
at the end of the first month is not indicative of the entire year, these
reports do permit comparisons for a like period from year to year. They
provide the only source of current state-wide statistics.

Teachers

The total number of classroom teachers increased from 41,727 in 1962 to
43,894 in 1963, an increase of 2,167 classroom teachers. These figures
exclude junior college personnel but include kindergarten teachers. Also
excluded are principals, supervisors, librarians, and other instructional
personnel not teaching at least half time. The number of elementary teach-
ers increased 4.47 percent, or 1,004 teachers; the number of secondary
teachers increased 6.03 percent, or 1,163 teachers.

Only 282 teachers with substandard credentials, certificates below Rank III,
were reported this fall. In 1962 there were 321 teachers employed on such
certificates. In all likelihood some additional teachers on temporary cer-
tificates will be employed during this school year as an emergency measure.
Of the teachers with substandard certificates, 82.0 percent teach in the
elementary grades.

Membership

Total membership in grades 1-12 was 1,138,500 at the end of the first month
of school this year. Last year, 1962, this total was 1,088,948. Thus an
increase of 49,552 pupils or 4.55 percent is shown for grades 1-12. Elemen-
ltary membership increased 25,883 pupils over 1962 and secondary membership
increased 23,669 pupils. This is an increase of 4.15 percent and 5.09 per-
cent respectively in elementary andisecondary grades. An increase from
4,993 in 1962 to 5,082 in 1963 is shown in kindergarten membership. Member-
ship at the close of the first month is given for each grade in Table III,

Pupils in Excess of Capacity

The number of pupils in excess of the number that can be accommodated, with
out multipleisessions, it the instruction rooms of accessible publicly-owned
school plants increased from 73,830 in 1962 to 74,128 in 1963. The overload
in the elementary schools decreased from 32,612 in 1962 to 29,334 in 1963.
The overcrowding situation appears to be more critical in junior and senior







high schools where the number in excess of capacity increased from 41,218
pupils in 1962 to 44,794 in 1963. This is the fifth year there has been
a large increase in excess enrollment in the secondary grades. The pupils
reported in excess of capacity include part of those on double sessions.

Double Sessions

The number of schools with pupils on double session decreased from 95 in
1962 to 60 in 1963. The number of pupils on double session increased from
22,110 in 1962 to 24,038 in 1963. Six counties were able to eliminate
schools on double sessions, but four more counties had to go to double
sessions in one or more schools at the beginning of the 1963-64 school year.
Schools on double sessions are found in twelve counties this year, two less
than last year. In addition several counties are operating high schools on
"staggered sessions," but these are not included with double sessions. All
of the counties 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 1962-63 school year, a total
of 37,052 instruction rooms were available. This includes all instruction
rooms, even those that are substandard. During the 1962-63 school year,
1,968 additional instruction rooms were made available. This includes some
rooms covered to instructional use such as the conversion of a library
into classrooms with the construction of a new library. During this same
period 299 instruction rooms were abandoned or converted to other use.
There was a net gain of 1,669 instruction rooms making a total of 38,721
rooms available at the beginning of the 1963-64 school year.

Instruction Rooms Needed

Superintendents see a need for 2,466 instruction rooms to provide for excess
enrollment, including pupils on double sessions, and for 2,331 instruction
rooms to replace unsatisfactory facilities now in use. This makes a current
need, as of the first month of school this year, of 4,797 instruction rooms.
Against this need, 1,697 instruction rooms are scheduled for completion dur-
ing the 1963-64 school year. This leaves a net backlog of 3,100 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 need-
ed for growth during this year and next summer. Most of the growth normally
takes place during the summer months.

Over the past eight years for which comparable figures are available, a total
of 18,001 instruction rooms have been made available. During this same period
1,942 classrooms have been abandoned or converted to other than classroom use.
Most of these abandoned classrooms were obsolete and unsatisfactory or were
in schools that have been consolidated. The total backlog need at the end
of the first month this year is set as 4,797 classrooms excluding any allowance







for future growth, As shown below, slow progress is being made toward reducing
the total backlog.


Year Beginning

1963
1962
1961
1960
1959
1958
1957
1956


A summary of data from
the following tables,
month of school of the


Total Classroom Need

4,797
4,465
4,703
4,744
4,791
5,043
5,011
4,643


the reports of county superintendents is presented in
This is a status report as of the end of the first
1963-64 school year,


Junior Colleges


Data for the Junior colleges are not included in this report.
report is prepared by the Junior College Division.



SUMMARY OF TEACHERS AND PUPILS SINCE
BEGINNING OF MINIMUM FOUNDATION PROGRAM (1)

Grades 1-12


A separate


Instructional
Positions

16,072
17,011
17,841
18,738
19,914
21,357
23,056
25,251
27,483
29,989
32,941
35,774
38,548
40,968
43,499
46,438


Enrollment


446,672
466,958
491,205
522,854
553,970
598,708
645,136
697,776
752,907
823,759
895,880
959,222
1,016,842
1,075,742
1,131,502
1,188,975


Average
Daily
MMbhershlpp
394,658
414,517
439,692
466,120
489,204
528,280
572,296
620,969
670,932
733,005
802,948
862,068
923,651
979,805
1,033,332
1,089,482


Average
Daily
Attendance
368,587
389,324
412,778
435,350
456,843
495,259
538,783
586,683
630,398
690,094
740,938
811,984
867,610
926,868
975,122
1,026,214


(1) Excludes kindergartens and junior colleges.


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




TABLE 1

TEACHERS AND PUPILS, FIRST MONTH 1963-64


Number of Double Sessions
Number of Teachers Number of Pupils Pupils in Excess
County Teachers below Enrolled of Capacity Number Number
Rank III of of
Schools Pupils
Elem.* Sec. Elem. Sec. Kdg. Elem. Sec. Elem. Sec. Elem. Sec. Elem. Sec.

Alachua 422 274 1 1,233 10,694 7,301 431 240 -
Baker 48 35 3 1,193 853 -
Bay 330 290 6 2 8,851 6,988 390 510 -
Bradford 52 76 2,099 1,515 60 -
Brevard 832 637 22,826 16,181 1,209 1,201 15 2 2,875 2,778
Broward 1,475 1,332 42,795 33,648 359 3,338 2 1,100 -
Calhoun 45 45 2 141 1,143 811 -
Charlotte 65 54 1,348 1,175 -
Citrus 54 55 9 165 1,471 931 100 175 1 30 -
Clay 98 94 2 3,014 2.076 143 113 --
Collier 96 80 2,371 1,746 -
Columbia 113 111 2 2 3,250 2,574 144 165 -
Dade 3,931 3,418 423 108,105 85,146 1,341 11,027 -
De Soto 51 48 2 3 1,434 1,056 -
Dixie 30 29 11 1 60 769 560 -
Duval 2,167 1,811 17 3 67,170 47,845 6,738 9,802 15 2 7,658 1,446
Escambia 919 763 3 25,480 18,774 1,590 2,586 4 732 -
Flagler 30 23 1 49 757 414 50 -
Franklin 33 34 2 1 959 611 -
Gadsden 221 165 6.396 4,080 805 -
Gilchrist 20 21 1 1 47 463 372 33 -
Glades 19 19 1 60 414 287 15 50 -
Gulf 58 53 4 1,636 1,133 -
Hamilton 51 62 1 1 1,254 926 -
Hardee 62 56 6 1599 1,177 130 35 -


Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes


53
67
128
1,686
57


44
51
98
1,419
70


1,399
1,588
3,026
50,194
1,472


962
1,173
2,147
38,853
1,417


154


4,032


123

3,783
-


612
-









Indian River


Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Hl.'.l1 I


~


152
187
66
14
289
280
384
62
21
82
323
304
94
187
101
364
45
1,328
91
1,081
152
1,276
988
171
132
201
170
294
310
71
86
83
26
635
33


103 2
151 2
44 1
17 -
224 2
234 9
362 -
56 2
17 -
75 -
283 2
249 1
70 4
156 10
99 2
275 4
35 -
1,229 5
83 1
960 10
135 6
1,490 3
831 16
146 7
107 9
159 1
130 11
300 -
210 18
68 -
90 4
57 7
23 -
516 2
34 -


-

50
-
-
-
-

52
-

1,055
-1
-
-
-
-
-
-









-

-


3,978
5,101
1,654
388
7,505
8,060
10,363
1,582
519
2,305
7,537
8,514
2,485
5,021
2.897
10,078
1,581
36,750
2,323
28,492
4,193
33,837
26,382
4,780
3.611
5,587
4,538
8,003
8,913
1,975
3,025
2,243
664
14,764
RA29


2,488
3,959
1,153
308
5.335
5,476
7,805
1,190
346
1,790
6,204
5,518
1,566
3,332
2,156
6,261
532
27,926
1,831
21,354
3,139
30,300
20,076
3,458
2,609
3,824
2,872
7,103
5,499
1.328
1,246
1,518
479
12,375
576


a u a
Walton 96 87 8 2,250 1,804 -
Washington 65 65 188 1,653 1.469 -

TOTAL 23,457 20,437 230 52 5,082 649,563 488,937 29,334 44,794 50 10 16,522 7,516


Includes Kindergarten.


306
90
-
-
420
630
97
60
-
140
167*
430
-
-
245
750
50
2,599
87
923
110
1,683
559
-
90
-
40
316
672
30
-
117

999
-


560
220
-
-
480
360
164
30
-
165
-

-


79
368
-
3,255
66
874
240
1,820
1,180
-
200
-
25
684
484
-
-
231

161
-


I


-









5
-
-
-

-

-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-


.


167*
-

-








102
-
-








463
-









1,000
-










598







1,185
-

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2,8
-

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80
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TABLE 2


INSTRUCTION ROOMS, FIRST MONTH 1963-64


Instruction
Number of Instruction Rooms Additional Rooms Needed Rooms Sched- Current
Rooms Sched- Current
County Available Added Total For Excess To Replace uled for Need After
Beginning Abandoned During Available Enrollment Unsatis- Completion Completion
1962-63 1962-63 1962-63 Beginning Beginning factory Total during of Rooms
1963-64 1963-64 Rooms 1963-64 Scheduled
1 1 _______1963-64 1 1 1
Alachua 639 12 37 664 14 25 39 5 34
Baker 92 4 96 8 8 3 5
Bay 559 559 30 17 47 32 15
Bradford 127 2 5 130 2 5 7 5 2
Brevard 992 102 1,094 80 175- 255 162 93
Broward 2,396 100 2,496 123 445 568 32 536
Calhoun 97 97 -
Charlotte 73 29 102 10 10 13 -
Citrus 92 7 99 6 5 11 6 5
Clay 174 17 191 9 9 10 -
Collier 182 6 188 3 3 3
Columbia 231 10 221 10 10 18 -
Dade 6,150 318 6,468 412 415 827 114 713
De Soto 82 6 88 -
Dixie 48 48 1 1 1
Duval 3,170 14 271 3,427 552 162 714 330 384
Escambia 1,335 14 28 1,349 139 88 227 9 218
Flagler 52 2 54 2 2 2 -
Franklin 60 60 2 2 2
Gadsden 323 323 27 45 72 22 50
Gilchrist 47 47 2 1 3 3
Glades 29 3 32 3 7 10 8 2
Gulf 100 3 103 1 1 1
Hamilton 106 106 -
Hardee 115 115 4 4 4 4-


Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes


78
105
183
2,753
119


2
200


84
105
185
2,862
116


8
4
17
420
2


260


4
386








Indian River 191 8 199 29 6 35 35
Jackson 387 3 3 387 9 10 19 19
Jefferson 116 2 114 -
Lafayette 31 31 1 1 1
Lake 493 2 13 504 30 6 36 36 -
Lee 415 3 60 472 33 14 47 84 -
Leon 549 1 23 571 10 10 10
Levy 163 5- 168 3 3 3 -
Liberty 57 57 -
Madison 142 7 149 10 11 21 7 14
Manatee 626 30' 8 604 6 50 56 30 26
Marion 463 3 58 518 15 106 121 45 76
Martin 137 8 23 152 25 25 25 -
Monroe 293 293 34 -
Nassau 152 3 155 11 20 31 31
Okaloosa 448 12 460 37 55 92 21 71
Okeechobee 80 3 83 2 6 8 5 3
Orange 2,017 3 33 2,047 195 49 244 123 121
OSceola 143 2 6 147 5 9 14 14 -
Palm Beach 1,684 91 1,775 60 171 231 72 159
Pasco 251 11 262 12 11 23 22 1
Pinellas 2,175 11 193 2,357 117 117 159 -
Polk 1,554 43 126 1,637 64 46 110 113
Putnam 251 4 19 266 -
St. Johns 285 285 9 2 11 1 10
St. Lucie 334 14 35 355 16 16 12 4
Santa Rosa 244 8 22 258 2 6 8 2 6
Sarasota 541 4 545 34 68 102 14 88
Seminole 455 2 9 462 39 25 64 28 36
Sumter 106 106 1 1 1 -
Suwannee 174 174 1 1 1
Taylor 128 5 133 11 11 11
Union 44 1 45 2 2 2
Volusia 1,051 14 29 1,066 39 39 8 31
Wakulla 74 74 3 3 3
Walton 177 2 179 6 6 3 3
Washington 112 10 122 8 8 1 7
TOTAL 37,052 299 1,968 38,721 2,466 2,331 4,797 1,697 3,230






TABLE 3


MEMBERSHIP BY GRADES, END OF THE FIRST MONTH 1963-64


Grade Ungraded
County
Kdg. 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th Elem. Sec.

Alachua 1233 2033 1769 1711 1617 1616 1513 1475 1372 1300 1322 1072 886 162 147
Baker 227 206 202 200 190 168 165 174 149 135 131 99 -
Bay 1676 1520 1442 1446 1356 1254 1407 1325 1274 1100 1064 787 118 70
Bradford 372 346 332 327 316 324 322 282 286 285 215 207 -
Brevard -.. 4301 4069 3919 3726 3495 3316 3148 2853 2864 2800 2539 1977 -
Broward 7990 7179 6967 6970 6646 6646 6885 6175 5985 5567 5138 3898 397
Calhoun 141 191 191 210 166 176 161 162 166 148 156 115 112 -
Charlotte 225 242 211 233 234 203 227 221 224 213 187 103 -
Citrus 165 249 217 236 221 204 254 213 182 193 184 155 94 -
Clay 582 508 510 503 469 427 416 394 402 348 293 238 =
Collier 479 399 354 389 377 330 382 321 310 278 270 173 43 12
Columbia 598 578 552 497 529 496 476 512 496 410 404 276 -
Dade 423 19842 18522 17553 17447 16711 16104 17341 15428 14741 14643 12964 10233 1363 359
0 De Soto 267 238 268 244 186 231 214 192 201 179 156 114 -
-Dixie 60 147 133 114 136 127 112 118 110 90 101 74 67 -
Duval 12352 11614 11160 10582 10352 9761 9844 8809 8586 8481 7126 5430 489 429
Escambia 4950 4412 4303 3929 3827 3724 4047 3624 3464 3256 2700 2018
Flagler 49 150 136 139 110 117 105 112 69 72 77 38 46 -
Franklin 185 159 161 141 174 126 151 115 119 90 70 66 13 -
Gadsden_ 1164 1096 1103 1040 1047 946 895 783 778 648 576 400 -
Gilchrist 47 97 87 75 64 64 76 61 80 52 60 56 63 -
Glades 60 78 77 72 72 60 55 63 45 49 57 44 29 -
Gulf 345 275 253 278 243 242 250 180 199 191 194 119 -
Hamilton 227 228 197 201 191 210 180 172 162 154 138 120 -
Hardee 318 259 270 250 252 242 303 201 248 109 163 153 8
Hendry 284 238 252 227 196 202 223 180 170 161 144 84 -
Hernando 301 241 276 280 249 241 285 203 226 199 146 114 -
Highlands 547 519 505 511 508 426 429 382 366 358 351 261 10 -
Hillsborough 8843 8450 8401 8148 7997 7695 7746 7260 7045 6691 5779 4487 402 103
Holmes 248 242 244 241 251 246 276 264 240 251 218 168 -







Indian River 817 704 570 617 599 569 533 502 500 389 365 301 -
Jackson 874 827 785 785 794 832 794 801 729 654 620 486 79
Jefferson 50 324 294 277 248 256 255 259 221 186 176 165 146 -
Lafayette 65 68 49 81 55 70 57 68' 49 51 46 37 -
Lake 1479 1264 1186 1226 1176 1174 1179 1052 895 800 772 637 -
Lee 1520 1287 1256 1214 1215 1148 1136 1047 1019 975 889 708 68 54
Leon 1871 1908 1725 1641 1656 1562 1606 1436 1299 1360 1197 907 -
Levy 255 285 273 266 243 260 245 227 201 192 174 151 -
Liberty 52 87 102 80 87 72 91 68 61 68 59 42 48 -
Madison 398 432 354 379 383 359 388 323 339 297 228 215 -
Manatee 1055 1369 1261 1169 1234 1270 1209 1211 1130 1118 989 980 801 -
Marion 1412 1382 1235 1270 1230 1227 1207 1141 1205 1102 872 749 -
Martin 470 460 414 391 375 350 343 345 260 242 209 167 25
Monroe 1085 940 819 748 762 667 719 603 641 557 456 356
Nassau 557 501 478 479 466 416 439 445 386 355 291 240
Okaloosa 2085 1853 1651 1621 1487 1291 1329 1190 1176 1024 911 721
Okeechobee 254 136 220 205 210 202 183 171 184 145 120 83 -
Orange 6739 6344 6081 5934 5806 5476 5423 5098 5073 4859 4260 3130 370 83
Osceola 430 412 336 402 380 363 401 297 325 334 252 222 -
% Palm Beach 5370 4899 4705 4751 4475 4292 4453 4072 3796 3498 3108 2427 -
Pasco 772 694 657 696 662 624 649 617 609 538 458 356 -
Pinellas 5876 5670 5561 5674 5470 5586 5523 5411 5411 5295 4919 3741 -
Polk 4959 4548 4277 4331 4166 4101 4174 3815 3495 3357 2913 2322 -
Putnam 858 872 773 753 708 770 741 659 649 613 416 426 -
St. Johns 640 633 600 553 554 551 575 509 526 404 397 278 -
St. Lucie 1168 1015 882 879 837 806 833 736 699 611 558 387 -
Santa Rosa 900 839 762 737 644 656 559 541 549 466 426 331
Sarasota 1386 1308 1296 1326 1318 1369 1298 1285 1169 1231 1177 943
Seminole 1610 1535 1472 1357 1310 1348 1199 1210 1053 982 772 564 -
Sumter 349 322 298 316 302 318 299 268 238 239 200 154 -
Suwannee 380 378 370 396 371 362 391 377 352 346 303 245 -
Taylor 409 394 376 378 350 336 310 291 313 252 207 145 -
Union 128 115 119 94 103 105 101 100 80 71 70 57 -
Volusia 1559 2688 2512 2442 2395 2292 2318 2351 2290 2078 1974 1714 1903 117 65
Wakulla 147 169 136 128 115 147 104 132 103 86 78 73 -
Walton 371 369 344 405 344 374 354 348 346 295 291 213 -
Washington 188 318 266 260 270 283 256 288 281 254 261 213 172 -
TOTAL 5082 111148 104463 97676 91174 8 2 83583 73589 57664 36641322
119688 106280 100899 99538 87812 73589 3664







FALL 1963 REPORT ON
ENROLLMENT, TEACHERS, AND SCHOOL HOUSING


STATE SUMMARY


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.):

Elementary (including Kindergarten) 23.457 Secondary (including Junior
High) 20_437.

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

Elementary (including Kindergarten) 230 Secondary (including Junior
High) 52.

3, Number of pupils enrolled:

Kindergarten 5.082 Elementary 649,563 Secondary 488,937

4. Number of pupils enrolled in excess of normal capacity of the accessi-,'
ble publicly-owned school plants in use:

Elementary 29.334 Secondary 44,794

5. (a) Number of schools on double session: Elementary 50 Secondary 10

(b) Number of pupils on double session: Elementary 16,522 Secondary 7.516

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

(a) Available at the beginning of the 1962-63 school year 37.052
(b) Abandoned for instructional purposes during 1962-63 school year 299
(c) Completed during the 1962-63 school year 1.968
(d) Available at the beginning of the 1963-64 school year (L minus b
plus c ) 38,721

7. Additional instruction rooms needed (as of Fall 1963):

(a) Needed to accommodate excess enrollment reported in Item 4 above 2.466
(b) Needed to replace unsatisfactory classrooms exclusive of classrooms
counted in (a) above 2.331
(c) Total additional instruction rooms needed (a plus b) 4,797

8, Number of instruction rooms scheduled for completion during 1963-64 school
year 1.697


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