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FALL 1965 REPORT ON ENROLLMENT,


TEACHERS, AND SCHOOL HOUSING


Research Report 43
Division of Research


Floyd T. Christian
State Superintendent of Public Instruction
Tallahassee, Florida

December, 1965


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Research Report 43 is a revision of Research
Report 35 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. (475)











FALL 1965 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 pro-
vide the only source of current state-wide statistics.

Teachers

The total number of full-time classroom teachers increased from 46,210 in
1964 to 47,783 in 1965, an increase of 1,573 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 3.90 percent, or 952 teachers; the number of
secondary teachers increased 2.85 percent, or 621 teachers.

Only 276 teachers with substandard credentials, certificates below Rank III,
were reported this fall. In 1964 there were 272 teachers employed on such
certificates. In all likelihood some additional teachers on temporary certi-
ficates will be employed during this school year as an emergency measure. Of
the teachers with substandard certificates, 73.91 percent teach in the elemen-
tary grades.

Membership

Total membership in grades 1-12 was 1,213,323 at the end of the first month
of school this year. Last year, 1964, this total was 1,178,404. Thus an
increase of 34,919 pupils or 2.96 percent is shown for grades 1-12. Elemen-
tary membership increased 14,385 pupils over 1964 and secondary membership
increased 20,534 pupils. This is an increase of 2.16 percent and 4.01 per-
cent respectively in elementary and secondary grades. An increase from
5,956 in 1964 to 7,258 in 1965 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 multiple sessions, in the instruction rooms of accessible publicly-owned
school plants decreased from 66,767 in 1964 to 65,555 in 1965. The overload
in the elementary schools increased from 27,454 in 1964 to 31,093 in 1965.
The overcrowding situation appears to be more critical in junior and senior











high schools, although the number in excess of capacity decreased from 39,313 pupils
in 1964 to 34,462 in 1965. This is the second year during the past six years that
there has been a decrease 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 46 in 1964 to
35 in 1965. The number of pupils on double session increased from 16,766 in 1964
to 21,177 in 1965. Three counties were able to eliminate schools on double sessions,
but two counties had to go to double sessions at the beginning of the 1965-66 school
year. Schools on double sessions are found in seven counties this year, one less
than last year. Only three counties have double sessions in secondary schools.
"Staggered sessions" are not included with double sessions. All of the counties
with a substantial number of pupils on double session have instruction rooms sched-
uled 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 1964-65 school year, a total of 40,800 instruction rooms
were available. This includes all instruction rooms, even those that are sub-
standard. During the 1964-65 school year, 1,836 additional instruction rooms
were made available. This includes some rooms converted to instructional use
such as the conversion of a library into classrooms with the construction of a
new library., During this same period 393 instruction rooms were abandoned or con-
verted to other use. There was a net gain of 1,443 instruction rooms making a
total of 42,243 rooms available at the beginning of the 1965-66 school year.

Instruction Rooms Needed

Superintendents see a need for 2,178 instruction rooms to provide for excess enroll-
ment, including pupils on double sessions, and for 2,211 instruction rooms to replace
unsatisfactory facilities now is use. This makes a current need, as of the first
month of school this year, of 4,389 instruction rooms. Against this need, 1,599
instruction rooms are scheduled for completion during the 1965-66 school year. This
leaves a net backlog of 2,847 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.

Over the past ten years for which comparable figures are available, a total of
22,156 instruction rooms have been made available, During this same period 2,604
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 at 4,389 classrooms excluding any allowance for future growth. As shown
in the following table, slow progress is being made toward reducing the total backlog.









Total Classroom Need


1965
1964
1963
1962
1961
1960
1959
1958
1957
1956

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


4,389
4,198
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
1965-66 school year.


Junior Colleges


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



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

GRADES 1-12


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
49,057
51,672


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
1,241,966
1,280,675


Average
Daily
Membership

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
1,140,917
1,179,914


Average
Daily
Attendance

368,587
489,324
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
1,076,876
1,116,028


(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
1963-64
1964-65


Year Beginning




TABLE 1


TEACHERS AND PUPILS, FIRST MONTH 1965-66


Number of Number of Double Sessions
Full-Time Teachers Number of Pupils Pupils in Excess
County Teachers** below Enrolled of Capacity Number Number
Rank III of of
SSchools Pupils
Elem | Sec. Elem* Sec. Kdg. Elem. Sec. Elem. Sec. Elem. Sec. Elem. Sec.

Alachua 432 333 1,420 11,236 8,126 200 400 -
Baker 52 39 2 1 1,265 925 -
Bay 332 305 3 3 9,002 7,394 430 360 -
Bradford 83 69 2 2,109 1,443 -
Brevard 940 744 29,103 214232 4,128 2.117 8 8.515
Broward 1,642 1,525 47,311 38,454 6,652 -
Calhoun 45 47 1 136 1,122 836 -
Charlotte 65 65 141 1,401 1,273 -
Citrus 72 52 2 158 1,526 1,101 223 103 -
Clay 124 107 8 3.602 2,459 90 90 -
Collier 134 109 3,033 2,136 100 100 -
Columbia 114 121 3 3 3,362 2,674 210 292 -
Dade 4,150 3,650 526 111,184 90,414 2,039 9,095 -
De Soto 57 55 2 1 1,448 1,073 30 100 -
Dixie 33 30 6 1 60 798 598 -
Duval 2,382 2,251 11 1 67,618 50,192 4,553 2,704 11 1 5,647 835
Escambia 928 798 9 5 25,804 20,041 850 1,455 -
Flagler 34 27 1 87 727 506 -
Franklin 37 33 2 927 620 -
Gadsden 234 178 3 6,407 4,297 377 -
Gilchrist 23 25 61 421 346 -
Glades 21 25 2 70 481 323 180 -
Gulf 61 56 2 1 1,710 1,163 -
Hamilton 56 38 4 5 1,330 786 62 210 -
Hardee 63 58 3 2 1,659 1,258 120 50 -
Hendry 59 51 2 2 1,508 1,034 43 60 -
Hernando 74 59 1,697 1,259 35 10 -
Highlands 131 116 5 3,185 2,326 -
Hillsborough 1,814 1,569 52,266 42,340 7,907 9 4,876 -
Holmes 58 62 1.395 1.348 30 24 -









Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe


165
180
64
15
316
291
412
61
22
81
348
298
123
202
rt.,1


132
179
49
18
261
317
406
62
17
78
306
286
87
152
'I *I

J.


0* 0


4,096
4,689
64 1,598
363
- 7.692
8,385
10,758
1,568
60 493
2.,126
)45 7,591
-8,729
2,663
-5,609
1- QA/


Nassau I / LJ/_JMI61.
Okaloosa 444 314 2 2 12,219 7,411 1,277 1,150 -
Okeechobee 55 33 1 1,579 785 37 169 -
Orange 1,431 1,301 3 38,340 30,658 766 1,189 -
Osceola 93 88 1 2 2,409 1,918 -
Palm Beach 1288 856 2 30.319 23,997 1.850 2.000 2 1 315 353
Pasco 157 155 7 4,360 3,376 105 -
Pinellas 1,400 1,548 1 1,655 35,328 32,256 1,037 1,000 -
Polk 1,021 874 2 27,559 21,437 623 761 1 263 -
Putnam 177 158 1 1 5,073 3,802 180 -
St. Johns 138 110 8 1 3.721 2.638 30 200 -
Se.~~~ ~~ fon 18 ,UI b--


St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia


230
170
329
327
69
79
82
29
696


183
132
338
242
72
99
69
24
598


L i.


1,


- bU/b
- 4,718
- 8,090
- 9,484
- 1.923
- 2,105
- 2,268
- 657
589 15,785
- R81


4, 1J.
2,856
7,565
6,345
1.465
2,023
1,638
520
13,414
5R87


158
9
258
60

94

1,172


165
565

542
293

1,008


Wakulla 3- -
Walton 102 79 6 3 2,214 1,825 -
Washington 70 67 186 1.547 1.450 -.-
TOTAL 25,348 22,435 204 72 7,258 680,548 532,775 31,093 34,462 25 10 11,474 9,703


* Includes Kindergarten Teachers.
** Excludes 34 Elementary and 33 Secondary


Part-Time Teachers.


2,921
3,958
1,183
290
5.625
6,639
8,515
1,221
344
1,766
6,578
6,137
1,740
3,530
S) 919


120
90



155
360
30

240

146
350
150
1RQ


U'


90
65


60
420
240
30

90

267
185
90
61


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210
163


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TABLE 2


INSTRUCTION ROOMS, FIRST MiON 1 ff.-6 .


Number of Instruction Rooms Additional Rooms Needed Instruction
SRooms Sched- Current
County Available Added Total For Excess To Replace uled for Need After
Begnining Abandoned During Available Enrollment Unsatis- Completion Completion
1964-65 1964-65 1964-65 Beginning Beginning factory Total during of Rooms
1965-66 1965-66 Rooms 1965-66 Scheduled
___1965-66_

Alachua 692 8 20 704 20 42 62 49 13
Baker 94 7 20 107 -
Bay 591 16 4 579 26 26 52 20 32
Bradford 136 2 2 136 16 16 16
Brevard 1473 16 69 1,526 208 208 188 20
Broward 2,606 156 2,762 222 572 794 106 688
Calhoun 97 4 93 9 9 9
Charlotte 110 110 5 5 5
Citrus 102 102 12 4 16 16
Clay 203 _- 13 216 _6 6 19 -
Collier 201 19 220 9 9 9
Columbia 216 216 17 1 18 18
Dade 6,691 14 213 6,890 371 423 794 81 713
De Soto 88 6 94 4 4 8 4 4
Dixie 51 2 53 ---
Duval 3,655 24 224 3,855 242 83 325 194 131
Escambia 1,402 15 66 1,453 77 67 144 3 141
Flagler 56 2 58 1 1 1
Franklin 69 1 68 -
Gadsden 329 30 359 12 8 20 12 8
Gilchrist 47 47 4 4 4
Glades 43 6 37 6 2 8 8
Gulf 103 5 108 1 1 3
Hamilton 106 18 14 102 9 9 9
Hardee 116 116 5 43 48 48
Hendry 87 2 5 90 4 4 8 6 2
Hernando 110 2 112 2 9 11 8 3
Highlands 198 4 11 205 32 32 32
Hillsborough 2,917 24 42 2,935 230 65 295 142 153
Holmes 116 2 118 2 2 2
Holmes 116 ___ -_-----r -I



























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Indi
Jaci
Jeff
Lafi
Lak
Lee
Leoi
Levy
Lib
Mad:


Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
T^. 1_ TA _A---


634
550
177
313
178
485
83
2,162
162
8I f


3
37
12
15
2
54
2
301
14
1na


637
552
189
293
179
533
85
2,436
165
1 Q9rA


14
20
11
9
81
7
65
1 9


50
43
2
22
8
65
5
26
17
217


50
57
22
33
17
146
12
91
17
345


19
15
6
3
12
48
12
76
12
278


raLm Beach n L_ ouI 18 '- ---
Pasco 287 1 286 3 15 18 18
Pinellas 2,514 107 2,621 76 76 118 -
Polk 1,681 66 144 1,759 57 51 108 28 80
Putnam 266 2 6 270 6 2 8 8
St. Johns 286 4 290 7 2 9 5 4
St. Lucie 364 2 18 380- 9 9 9
Santa Rosa 258 258 5 15 20 20
Sarasota 601 7 608 6 66 72 18 54
Seminole 491 18 509 27 21 48 5 43
Sumter 106 2 -8 112 2 2 2 -
Suwannee 161 161 17 10 27 13 14
Taylor 133 133 12 11 23 23
Union 45 45 4 4 4
Volusia 1,090 7 1,097 76 76 24 52
Wakulla 74 2 76 --
Walton 180 180 8 8 8
Washington 123 123 8 8 8
TOTAL 40,800 393 1,836 42,243 2,178 2,211 4,389 1,599 2,847


.an River 255 255 5 2 7 7
rson 377 3 2 376 6 28 34 34
person 114 8 14 120 6 6 6
iyette 31 2 33 4 4 4 -
e 539 1 1 539 2 2 2 -
556 7 4 553 19 8 27 4 23
n 578 17 595 20 62 82 32 50
y 171 171 2 2 2
arty 57 57 -
ison 146 4 142 11 3 14 -- 14


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TABLE 3


MEMBERSHIP BY GRADES, END OF THE FIRST MONTH 1965-66


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


Alach
Baker
Bay
Bradf
Breva
Browa
Calhc
Charl
Citru
Clay
Colli
Colut
Dade
i De S
Dixie
Duva
Escar
Flag
Frani
Gads
Gilc
Glad<
Gulf
Hami
Hard
Hend:
Hern.
High
Hill


Lua 1420 1987 1937 1864 1714 1645 1635 1693 1531 1459 1334 1144 1077 175 167
234 229 199 206 204 193 196 163 156 161 132 108 9
1632 1450 1550 1442 1411 1443 1530 1337 1324 1174 1086 883 74 60
ford 325 323 306 325 305 308 334 293 307 261 250 215 -
rd 5136 5004 4989 4834 4671 4469 4237 3932 3743 3397 3104 2819 -
Lrd 8727 7868 7815 7712 7466 7498 7516 7312 6945 6301 5549 4773 225 58
>un 136 194 180 175 174 197 162 187 157 142 146 114 130 -
otte 141 239 215 246 234 227 240 267 230 207 217 193 159 -
is 158 270 255 230 234 245 217 229 245 191 187 165 159 -
677 609 625 564 581 546 540 485 426 393 331 284 -
er 639 550 498 482 428 436 437 397 384 354 311 253
mbia 604 557 565 582 553 501 553 498 457 456 399 311 -
526 19802 18514 18847 18271 17422 17025 17389 16535 16412 15223 13487 11566 941 164
to 277 255 248 227 228 213 207 247 175 152 149 143 -
S60 142 126 138 134 122 136 127 102 128 93 60 88 -
L 12092 11367 11498 11122 10711 10330 10354 9676 8974 8272 7031 6383 -
nbia 4821 4378 4467 4236 4066 3836 4041 3899 3541 3267 2908 2385 -
Ler 87 115 130 142 109 130 101 117 88 105 64 64 68 -
klin 181 143 162 138 139 146 174 118 97 89 75 67 18 -
den 1189 1127 1068 1044 1050 929 984 857 800 642 539 475 -
irist 61 69 74 74 67 75 62 56 74 53 69 52 42 -
es 70 86 84 65 77 81 88 79 45 57 49 44 49 -
339 275 285 269 266 276 227 237 207 168 167 157 -
Lton 222 193 188 214 192 181 189 190 183 133 124 107 -
ee 337 266 279 265 253 238 296 213 236 174 182 157 21 -
ry 279 251 250 259 231 222 221 201 180 157 143 132 16 -
ando 301 300 300 264 253 279 257 264 230 171 197 140 -
lands 574 511 543 504 524 529 481 440 424 343 325 313 -
sborough -' 8932 8861 8824 8577 8399 8227 8384 8055 7395 6832 6213 5263 446 198


Holmes 270 219 221 237 242 206 281 242 232 218 184 191 -








Indian River 784 716 714 681 605 596 647 571 561 446 383 313 -
Jackson 846 790 780 773 727 756 801 760 675 649 584 489 17 -
Jefferson 64 273 262 282 243 249 289 273 232 215 171 149 143 -
Lafayette 55 50 55 64 50 73 53 58 52 63 46 34 -
Lake 1393 1201 1289 1296 1184 1245 1174 1222 1030 877 745 636 25 -
Lee 1596 1375 1398 1366 1281 1287 1365 1221 1118 1085 951 867 82 32
Leon 1921 1862 1825 1865 1679 1606 1762 1597 1490 1366 1157 1143 -
Levy 265 248 258 278 273 246 248 241 204 194 165 169
Liberty 60 86 86 73 81 86 81 68 74 57 55 50 40 -
Madison 366 371 347 369 337 336 347 342 326 264 255 232 -
Manatee 1045 1300 1354 1301 1280 1160 1196 1273 1224 1164 1085 977 855 -
Marion 1402 1325 1339 1341 1268 1296 1412 1346 1196 1150 925 810 56 -
Martin 523 433 470 439 420 378 389 337 315 304 210 185 -
Monroe 1127 993 947 859 794 871 777 712 644 498 461 405 18 33
Nassau 525 500 502 482 467 470 491 455 390 385 256 275 -
Okaloosa 2394 2198 2073 2060 1716 1720 1594 1422 1350 1193 1024 886 -
Okeechobee 270 243 215 224 221 216 201 169 168 152 153 118 14 -
Orange 6904 6288 6367 6138 6101 5955 6018 5768 5262 5061 4512 3955 587 82
Osceola 364 410 408 432 381 414 382 368 356 262 277 273 =
Palm Beach 5655 5020 5099 4919 4805 4821 4810 4501 4378 3886 3394 3028: -
Pasco 745 712 743 678 682 700 674 642 655 561 476 417 51
Pinellas 1655 6225 5936 5821 5719 5828 5799 5854 5924 5563 5602 4818 4495 -
Polk 5056 4614 4640 4606 4327 4316 4353 4144 3833 3577 2920 2610 -
Putnam 921 871 847 853 762 761 742 753 697 614 549 486 19
St. Johns 660 606 634 589 589 556 553 531 558 401 379 303 -
St. Lucie 1206 1119 1011 957 901 848 897 803 737 665 545 486 34
Santa Rosa 889 894 748 761 715 711 568 530 564 472 375 347 -
Sarasota 1299 1339 1413 1387 1291 1350 1399 1453 1307 1219 1150 1031 6 6
Seminole 1614 1631 1571 1557 1468 1360 1443 1345 1186 1205 794 655
Sumter 353 329 280 297 308 298 292 305 299 245 185 197 -
Suwannee 354 321 376 339 350 365 429 359 382 337 278 238
Taylor 413 366 362 391 370 366 361 335 301 238 228 175 -
Union 126 111 105 119 101 94 114 126 86 78 59 57 1 -
Volusia 1589 2730 2665 2568 2648 2543 2481 2523 2499 2288 2170 1863 2012 150 59
Wakulla 140 149 129 154 126 133 113 125 89 103 87 70 -
Walton 345 351 344 384 351 389 375 362 350 312 255 221 -
Washington 186 281 242 281 248 241 254 290 292 241 214 220 193 -
7,258 114,232 111,394 105,305 101,211 87,656 67,746 868
TOTAL 122098 114,281 107,074 106,648 95257 76,577 2,976






FALL 1965 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.):

(a) Full-time:

Elementary (including Kindergarten) 25.348 Secondary (including Junior
High) 22.435.

(b) Part-time:

Elementary (including Kindergarten) 34 Secondary (including Junior
High) 33.

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

Elementary (including Kindergarten) 204 Secondary (including Junior High) 72.

3. Number of pupils enrolled:

Kindergarten 7,258 Elementary 680,548 Secondary 532.775.

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

Elementary 31,093 Secondary 34,462.

5. (a) Number of schools on double session: Elementary 25 Secondary 1O.

(b) Number of pupils on double session: Elementary 11.474 Secondary 9.703.

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

(a) Available at the beginning of the 1964-65 school year 40,800.
(b) Abandoned for instructional purposes during 1964-65 school year 393.
(c) Completed during the 1964-65 school year 1.836.
(d) Available at the beginning of the 1965-66 school year (a minus b
plus c) 42.243.

7. Additional instruction rooms needed (as of Fall 1965):

(a) Needed to accommodate excess enrollment reported in Item 4 above
2.178.
(b) Needed to replace unsatisfactory classrooms exclusive of classrooms
counted in (a) above 2,211.
(c) Total additional instruction rooms needed (a plus b) 4.389.

8. Number of instruction rooms scheduled for completion during 1965-66 school
year 1,599.


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