Accountability and Reporting: State Profile

Accountability and Reporting: State Profile - Florida

May 2018


Accountability Current Plan
Rating System in Current Policy A-F
Minimum Factors in Elementary/Middle School Rating
  • Achievement Gap
  • Middle School Acceleration/High School Readiness
  • Student Achievement
  • Student Growth
Minimum Factors in High School Rating
  • Achievement Gap
  • College and/or Career Readiness
  • High School Graduation Rates
  • Student Achievement
  • Student Growth
Statute & Regulation Citations West's F.S.A. ยง 1008.34
Other Sources of Current System Report Card

SEA Accountability Website

Accountability Guidance
Notes for Current System
Accountability ESSA Plan
Rating in ESSA Plan A-F
Indicators & Weights in ESSA Plan for Elementary/Middle School
  • Achievement Gap - 200 points
  • Middle School Acceleration/High School Readiness - 100 points
  • Science Achievement/Growth - 100 points
  • Social Studies Achievement/Growth - 100 points
  • Student Achievement - 200 points
  • Student Growth - 200 points
Indicators & Weights in ESSA Plan for High School
  • Achievement Gap - 200 points
  • College and/or Career Readiness - 100 points
  • High School Graduation Rates - 100 points
  • Science Achievement/Growth - 100 points
  • Social Studies Achievement/Growth - 100 points
  • Student Achievement - 200 points
  • Student Growth - 200 points
ESSA Plan FL ESSA Plan (submitted)
Notes for ESSA Plan SQSS in Elementary School: Science - 100 points.

SQSS in Middle School: Science - 100 points; Social studies - 100 points; Middle School Acceleration (students passing a high school level EOC assessment or industry certification).

SQSS in High School: Science - 100 points; Social Studies - 100 points; College and Career Readiness.

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