FCAT 2.0 results are out today — for the last time

6/6/2014

The Florida Department of Education today released scores for the final administration of the FCAT 2.0.

This is the last year that the FCAT will be administered; it will be replaced by a new Florida Standards assessment developed by the American Institutes for Research (AIR) in the 2014-15 school year.

In Duval, as well as with other large urban school districts and state-wide, the scores were generally flat. The only exception in Duval was a 6 percentage point drop in middle school mathematics. Middle school is an area the school district and legislature are keen to focus on, with the Duval County School Board set to discuss middle school reform next week at a workshop Tuesday.

FCAT 2.0 Reading

          

Grade 3-5

  2014

 


2013

 


Change

Grade 6-8

2014

 


2013



Change

Grade 9-10

2014

 


2013

 


Change

STATE TOTAL

60%

59%

1%

58%

57%

1%

54%

54%

0%

BROWARD

59%

58%

1%

60%

59%

1%

53%

53%

0%

MIAMI DADE

60%

57%

3%

58%

57%

1%

51%

52%

-1%

DUVAL

54%

56%

-2%

52%

53%

-1%

49%

48%

1%

HILLSBOROUGH

60%

58%

2%

54%

53%

1%

52%

51%

1%

ORANGE

60%

60%

0%

59%

58%

1%

53%

53%

0%

PALM BEACH

59%

59%

0%

59%

59%

0%

55%

56%

-1%

PINELLAS

58%

58%

0%

56%

56%

0%

53%

52%

1%

 

 FCAT 2.0 Math

YEAR/CHANGE 2014 2013 Change 2014 2013 Change
STATE TOTAL 59% 58% 1% 53% 53% 0%
BROWARD 59% 59% 0% 52% 53% -1%
MIAMI DADE 63% 61% 2% 48% 47% 1%
DUVAL 58% 57% 1% 44% 50% -6%
HILLSBOROUGH 57% 55% 2% 54% 53% 1%
ORANGE 62% 58% 4% 55% 54% 1%
PALM BEACH 61% 60% 1% 56% 58% -2%
PINELLAS 53% 51% 2% 50% 51% -1%

 

Click here to explore all the updates in our district data section:

2014 Reading Performance

2014 Math Performance

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