Brevard County School District Earns ‘A’ Grade By Florida Department of Education

By  //  February 12, 2016

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The Florida Department of Education's Annual Report

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The Florida Department of Education has recently released the School Accountability Reports for the 2014-2015 school year. (Shutterstock Image)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – The Florida Department of Education has recently released the School Accountability Reports for the 2014-2015 school year. 

Brevard County School District received a prestigious A Grade amongst the other Florida School Districts.

The numbers are based on tests that were given year ago.

The Florida Standards Assessment is based primarily on Common Core standards.

The opening grades given out for 3,219 schools in the state of Florida show that 1,169 schools earned A grades, 642 were given a B, 859 schools earned a C, 365 schools a D grade, and lastly, 184 schools earned an F grade.

48 Brevard Schools received an A grade.

To see the Full List Grades of Schools and School Districts CLICK HERE

In 2014-15, a school’s informational baseline grade may include up to seven components. There are four achievement components, as well as components for middle school acceleration, graduation rate, and high school acceleration. Each component is worth 100 points in the overall calculation.

Learning gains will not be calculated in 2014-15 because there is only one year of Florida Standards Assessment (FSA) results available. When learning gains are included in 2015-16, a school’s grade may have up to 11 components.

The four achievement components are English Language Arts (ELA), Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies.

These components include student performance on statewide standardized assessments, including the comprehensive assessments, end-of-course (EOC) assessments, and Florida Alternate Assessments (FAA).

The component measures the percentage of full-year enrolled students who achieved a passing score.


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