Scores for the required Florida End-of-Course (EOC) assessments were released today and St. Johns County students continue to excel. EOC assessments are computer-based, criterion-referenced assessments that measure the Next Generation Sunshine State Standards for specific courses as outlined in their course descriptions. St. Johns County students scored extremely well in all EOC assessment subject areas among the 67 Florida school districts. Level 3 indicates satisfactory performance (passing). Scoring at or above Level 4 indicates that the student is high achieving and has the potential to meet college-readiness standards by the time the student graduates from high school.
The Algebra 1, Biology 1, Geometry and U.S. History assessments are administered at the middle and high school levels for all students enrolled in and completing these courses as well as students who need to earn a passing score for graduation purposes. This is the first year that students participated in the statewide Civics EOC assessment, which is given to all seventh-graders. “Once again our students have met the challenge,” said Superintendent Dr. Joseph Joyner. “I am extremely proud of our teachers, students and leadership team for the excellent preparation and results. I am also very pleased to see the outstanding first-year results on the Civics assessment. This is a very rigorous exam and our seventh-grade students and teachers rose to the occasion and performed well.”
Additional information can be found at http://fcat.fldoe.org/eoc/.
SJCSD EOC Results
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