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GRADUATION RATES

GAP AND RATE OF INCREASE FOR GRADUATES IN DCPS
Duval

80%

Rate of Increase: 1.7

78%

Rate of Increase: 1.1

75.6%

76%
74%

Florida

74.5%

72%

77.8%

76.1%
76.6%

74.0%
72.1%

70%

Rate of Increase: 0.5

Gap: 1.2
Rate of Increase: 2.6

Gap: 2.1
Rate of Increase: 1.9

Gap: 3.5
Rate of Increase: 4.4

68%
67.7%
66%

Gap: 6.8

64%
62%
60%

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

NUMBER OF GRADUATES IN DCPS
6600
6400

6481

6200
6000

6017

5800
5707

5600
5400
5200

5403

5000
4800
2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

NON - MAGNET HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION RATE
95%
92.2%

91.9%
90.6%
89.9%
88.7%

90.7%

90.3%

89.6%

89.4%

88.5%

87.4%
87.1%
87.0%

86.8%
85.6%
84.1%

85%
80.9%

82.6%

81.8%
80.3%

83.8%

78.5%

84.6%

80.5%
79.2%

78.4%

77.5%

76.9%

75.9%

75.8%

75%

73.1%

73.2%

70.3%

66.7%

74.0%

73.1%

72.6%

72.4%

72.1%

69.5%

69.5%

68.5%

67.7%

67.4% 67.2%

66.6%

65%

76.6%

76.4%
75.2%

72.0%

71.5%

81.2%

81.0%

80.5%

78.1%

84.9%

83.5%

63.6%

58.7%
56.9%

55%
Lee

+22

Baldwin

+8.4

Parker

+6.5

Englewood

Fletcher

Wolfson

Sandalwood

Westside

+10.8

+5.8

+19

+16.4

+20.2

2011-12

2012-13

White

+10.3

2013-14

Mandarin

First Coast AtlanPc Coast

Peterson

Randolph

District

+10.7

+15.4

+11.7

+13

+8.9

2014-15

+3.6

DTO HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION RATE
95%
87.7%
85%

74.5%

75%

67.7%

70.3%

75.9% 74.9%

73.1%

71.8% 72.1%

70.5%

67.7%

66.0%
65%

55%

Jackson

+4.3

2011-12

Ribault

+1.8
2012-13

2013-14

Raines

+20

2014-15

BRIDGE TO

An academic alternative school that provides
students who are 2-3 years overage with an
opportunity to earn 2 grade levels 1 school year

Overage Graduation Rate
28.85%

30.00%
25.00%
20.00%
14.10%

15.00%
10.00%
5.00%

4.70%

0.00%
2012-13

2013-14

District Grad Rate for Overage Students

2014-15
BTS Grad Rate

AFRICAN AMERICAN GRADUATION RATE
72%

71.1%
70%

67.9%

68%

66.8%

66%

65.9%
64%

62%

62.3%

60%

58%

56%

54%
2011-12

Broward

Dade

2012-13

Duval

Hillsborough

2013-14

Orange

2014-15

Palm Beach

Pinellas

Florida

ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS
GRADUATION RATE
66%

64.0%

64%

60.6%

62%

59.4%

60%
58%
56%

53.8%

55.1%

54%
52%
50%
48%
46%
44%

2011-12

Broward

Dade

2012-13

Duval

Hillsborough

2013-14

Orange

2014-15

Palm Beach

Pinellas

Florida

LOW SES GRADUATION RATE
78%
76%
74%
72%

70.3%

70%
68%

67.0%

66%
64%

63.4%

62%
60%

60.8%

58%
56%
54%

54.4%

52%
2011-12

Broward

Dade

2012-13

Duval

Hillsborough

2013-14

Orange

2014-15

Palm Beach

Pinellas

Florida

STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES
GRADUATION RATE
69%
67%
65%
63%
61%
59%

56.8%

57%
55%

55.9%

53%
51%
49%

52.6%

47%
45%
43%

43.1%

41%
39%
37%
35%

35.6%

33%

2011-12

Broward

Dade

2012-13

Duval

Hillsborough

2013-14

Orange

2014-15

Palm Beach

Pinellas

Florida

POST SECONDARY COLLEGE READINESS
READING

MATHEMATICS
64

85
83
83

63

62
60

81

60

80

58
79
56
77

54

75
75
73

53

52
1112

1213

1314

50

1112

1213

1314

ACCELERATED COURSEWORK
PARTICIPATION & PERFORMANCE
Performance

Participation
85

84

84

73

83

71

82

69

81

81

67

80

65

79

63

78

61

77

74

75

59

76

61
57

57

76

55

75
1112

1213

1314

1112

1213

1314

DUAL ENROLLMENT PARTICIPATION
Number of DE Courses Taken
11000
10000

10229

9000

8739

8000
7000
6000

6871

6836

2012

2013

5000
4000
2014

Number of DE Courses Taken

2015

INDUSTRY CERTIFICATION DATA
11-12

12-13

13-14

870

1667

3230

Industry Certification participation increased by 94% (from
1,667 to 3,230) this year and 271% (from 870 to 3,230) over the
past two years

SCHOLARSHIP DOLLARS FOR 2012-2015
Scholarship Dollars for Graduating Seniors
90,000,000

81,771,240

80,000,000
70,000,000
60,000,000
50,000,000

46,700,000

40,000,000
30,000,000

37,400,000
2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

Scholarship Dollars for Graduating Seniors

*Note: Scholarship dollars are reported in millions.

COLLEGE STUDENT TRACKER
Count of Students Enrolled in College Immediately
Following Graduation from High School
3400
3350

3343

3300

3287

3250
3200
3150
3100
3050

3124

3000
2012

2013

2014

Count of Students Enrolled in College Immediately Following Graduation from High School

NAEP GRADES 4 AND 8, MATH & READING, BY DISTRICT
Grade 4
Math & Reading
Grade 4 Reading

Grade 4 Math

District
Charlotte
Austin
Hillsborough
Duval
Miami Dade
Nation (Public)
Houston
Dallas
Jefferson
Boston
Large City (Public)
San Diego
Chicago
District of Columbia
Albuquerque
Atlanta
Los Angeles
Cleveland
Fresno
Philadelphia
Baltimore
New York City
Detroit

Grade 8
Math & Reading

Average
Scale Score
248
246
244
243
242
240
239
238
238
236
234
233
232
232
231
228
224
219
218
217
215
214
205

District
Hillsborough
Charlotte
Miami Dade
Duval
Jefferson
Nation (Public)
Austin
Boston
San Diego
Large City (Public)
District of Columbia
New York City
Chicago
Atlanta
Houston
Albuquerque
Dallas
Los Angeles
Philadelphia
Baltimore
Fresno
Detroit
Cleveland

Average Scale
Score
230
226
226
225
222
221
220
219
216
214
214
214
213
212
210
207
204
204
201
199
199
186
157

Grade 8 Math

District
Charlotte
Austin
Nation (Public)
Boston
San Diego
Hillsborough
Houston
Duval
Chicago
New York City
Large City (Public)
Miami-Dade
Jefferson
Albuquerque
Dallas
Philadelphia
Atlanta
Los Angeles
District of Columbia
Fresno
Baltimore
Cleveland
Detroit

Grade 8 Reading
Average
Scale Score
286
284
281
281
280
276
276
275
275
275
274
274
272
271
271
267
266
263
258
257
255
254
244

‡ Reporting standards not met/Not enough students of select ethnicity were assessed.

District
Miami Dade
Duval
Nation (Public)
Charlotte
San Diego
Austin
Hillsborough
Jefferson
Boston
Large City (Public)
Chicago
New York City
Atlanta
Houston
Albuquerque
Los Angeles
Dallas
Philadelphia
District of Columbia
Baltimore
Fresno
Cleveland
Detroit

Average
Scale Score
265
264
264
263
262
261
261
261
258
257
257
255
252
252
251
251
250
248
245
243
242
240
237

NAEP GRADE 4 MATH & READING, BY DISTRICT, BY SUBGROUP
Grade 4, African American
Math & Reading
Math Gr. 4

Rdg Gr. 4

Average
Scale Score
District
(African
American)
Charlotte
236
Houston
231
Hillsborough
230
Miami-Dade
230
230
Duval
Boston
228
Dallas
228
Austin
226
Jefferson
225
National
224
public
222
Large city
Chicago
221
District of
220
Columbia
New York City
220
Atlanta
218
San Diego
217
Los Angeles
216
Cleveland
215
Fresno
213
Baltimore
212
Philadelphia
211
Detroit
202
Albuquerque

Average
Scale Score
District
(African
American)
Charlotte
216
Hillsborough
216
Boston
214
212
Duval
Miami-Dade
210
Jefferson
208
Houston
207
New York City
206
National
206
public
Chicago
205
204
Large city
Dallas
202
Atlanta
202
District of
202
Columbia
Los Angeles
202
San Diego
201
Philadelphia
198
Baltimore
196
Cleveland
193
Fresno
186
Detroit
184
Albuquerque

Austin

Grade 4, Hispanic
Math & Reading
Math Gr. 4
District
Miami-Dade
Charlotte
Duval
Dallas
Hillsborough
Austin
Houston
District of
Columbia
Boston
National
public
Large city
Chicago
Albuquerque
New York City
Jefferson
Atlanta
Baltimore City
San Diego
Cleveland
Los Angeles
Detroit
Fresno
Philadelphia

Grade 4, Students with Disabilities
Math & Reading

Rdg Gr. 4

Average
Scale
Score
(Hispanic)
243
243
240
238
237
237
235
233
230
230
230
230
226
226
226
225
223
222
221
218
215
214
211

District
Miami-Dade
Duval
Hillsborough
Jefferson
Boston
Charlotte
National
public
Austin
Large city
District of
Columbia
Chicago
Atlanta
New York City
San Diego
Houston
Albuquerque
Dallas
Baltimore City
Cleveland
Los Angeles
Fresno
Detroit
Philadelphia

Math Gr. 4

Average
Scale
Score
(Hispanic)
229
225
221
217
214
212
208
207
206
206
205
205
205
204
204
202
200
200
199
197
196
195
188

Rdg Gr. 4

Average
Average
Scale
Scale
District
District
Score
Score
(SWD)
(SWD)
230
Hillsborough
205
Duval
Hillsborough
222
203
Duval
Miami-Dade
221
Miami-Dade
194
Austin
216
Boston
192
Jefferson
185
National
215
public
Austin
184
Boston
214
National
184
public
Jefferson
212
New York City
211
New York City
182
Charlotte
208
Atlanta
177
208
Charlotte
176
Large city
Houston
207
173
Large city
Atlanta
206
San Diego
165
Cleveland
199
Chicago
164
San Diego
199
Baltimore City
164
Albuquerque
199
Houston
163
District of
District of
196
159
Columbia
Columbia
Los Angeles
195
Cleveland
159
Chicago
195
Albuquerque
158
Detroit
191
Philadelphia
158
Baltimore City
191
Los Angeles
153
Fresno
189
Fresno
151
Philadelphia
187
Detroit
151
Dallas

Dallas

‡ Reporting standards not met/Not enough students of select ethnicity were assessed.

NAEP GRADE 8 READING & MATH, BY DISTRICT, BY SUBGROUP
Grade 8, African American
Math & Reading
Math Gr. 8

Rdg Gr. 8

Average
Average
Scale Score
Scale
District
(African
Score
District
American)
(African
American)
Boston
269
254
Duval
Charlotte
268
Miami-Dade
254
Houston
265
San Diego
252
264
Duval
Charlotte
251
Chicago
262
Boston
250
San Diego
261
Los Angeles
248
New York City
261
247
National public
Dallas
261
Jefferson
247
Austin
260
Chicago
247
260
National public
New York City
247
Hillsborough
260
246
Large city
258
Large city
Atlanta
246
Atlanta
258
Houston
246
Philadelphia
257
Hillsborough
246
Miami-Dade
255
Dallas
241
Los Angeles
255
Austin
241
Jefferson
252
Baltimore
240
Baltimore
251
Philadelphia
240
Cleveland
249
Fresno
238
District of
248
Columbia
Cleveland
238
Detroit
242
District of
236
Columbia
Fresno
242
Detroit
235
Albuquerque

Albuquerque

Grade 8, Hispanic
Math & Reading
Math Gr. 8
Average
Scale
District
Score
(Hispanic)
Miami-Dade
277
Charlotte
275
Chicago
275
Houston
273
Dallas
272
Boston
271
Atlanta
271
Austin
271
269
National public
268
Large city
New York City
267
Jefferson
266
266
Duval
Hillsborough
266
San Diego
266
Albuquerque
264
District of
263
Columbia
Baltimore City
261
Philadelphia
259
Los Angeles
259
Cleveland
257
Detroit
253
Fresno
252

Grade 8, Students with Disabilities
Math & Reading

Rdg Gr. 8
District
Miami-Dade
Duval
Jefferson
Atlanta
Chicago
Charlotte
Hillsborough
New York City
National public
Dallas
Large city
Boston
Austin
San Diego
Houston
Albuquerque
Los Angeles
Baltimore City
Detroit
District of
Columbia
Philadelphia
Fresno
Cleveland

Math Gr. 8

Average
Scale Score
(Hispanic)
266
262
260
258
257
254
254
254
253
251
251
249
249
248
247
246
246
246
245
244
244
238
238

Rdg Gr. 8

Duval
Boston
Miami-Dade
Hillsborough
National public
New York City
Austin
Charlotte
Large city
San Diego
Chicago
Philadelphia
Jefferson
Houston
Albuquerque
Dallas
Cleveland
Los Angeles
Atlanta
Baltimore City

Average
Scale
Score
(SWD)
249
248
246
243
243
240
240
237
236
235
232
232
230
230
230
228
226
226
225
219

District of Columbia

217

Detroit
Fresno

213
213

District

‡ Reporting standards not met/Not enough students of select ethnicity were assessed.

District
Miami-Dade
Duval
New York City
Hillsborough
National public
Boston
Jefferson
Large city
San Diego
Austin
Chicago
Charlotte
Albuquerque
Atlanta
Cleveland
Baltimore City
Los Angeles
District of
Columbia
Philadelphia
Houston
Detroit
Fresno
Dallas

Average
Scale
Score
(SWD)
242
238
231
231
226
225
223
221
219
216
216
215
215
214
212
211
211
210
209
206
201
198

SUMMARY OF 14-15 SIMULATED
SCHOOL GRADES

• Increased a Letter Grade or Maintained an A= 50%
• Increased a Letter Grade (not an A in 2014) = 39%
• Maintained an A = 82%
• Maintained a B, C, or D = 45%
• Dropped a Letter Grade (not an F in 2014) = 22%
• F Schools in 2014 that Increased a Letter Grade = 56%
• D or F Schools in 2014 that Increased a Letter Grade = 48%

HUMAN CAPITAL INVESTMENT WITHIN OUR
DUVAL TRANSFORMATION REGION
INCREASE IN HIGH PERFORMING
READING TEACHERS

INCREASE IN HIGH PERFORMING
MATH TEACHERS

DUVAL TRANSFORMATION OFFICE (DTO) SCHOOLS
VS. SIMILAR SCHOOLS STATEWIDE
Elementary Science

2014

2015

63% (17 of 27)

70% (19 of 27)

DTO average proficiency

36%

40%

Statewide similar schools proficiency

32%

31%

Middle Science

2014

2015

DTO schools in the top half

DTO schools in the top half

20% (1 of 5)

40% (2 of 5)

DTO average proficiency

24%

25%

Statewide similar schools proficiency

39%

25%

High School Biology

2014

2015

0% (0 of 3)

33% (1 of 3)

DTO average proficiency

29%

44%

Statewide similar schools proficiency

54%

49%

DTO schools in the top half

Source: Duval County Public Schools

IMPROVING ACCESS TO TECHNOLOGY IN
DUVAL TRANSFORMATION OFFICE SCHOOLS
20132014

2.5 : 1

20142015
20152016

1.6 : 1

1:1
Source: Duval County Public Schools

GIFTED PROGRAM ENROLLMENT OVERALL
School Year
5500

5000

5092

4500
4376
4000
3958
3500

3788
2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

• GIFTED PROGRAM
ENROLLMENT HAS
INCREASED OVER 34 % IN
THE LAST 4 YEARS.

GIFTED PROGRAM ENROLLMENT FOR SUBGROUPS
• Gifted program enrollment has increased by 36% for Low SES,
33% for African American and 33% for Hispanic.
Gifted Enrollment for African American,
Hispanic and Low SES
1200
1000
971
800
600
400
200

714

763
608

457

470

221

250

1213

1314

293

0
African American

Hispanic

1415
Low SES

SCHOOL CLIMATE DATA

SCHOOL CLIMATE DATA
70,000

Suspensions

66287

60,000

53506

50,000

40,000

43176
33103

29387

30,000

24909
20639

18304

20,000

12,545

11894

10293

10,000

1895
0
2012-13

ATOSS

ISSP

2013-14

OSSP

TOTAL

2014-15

DECLINES IN SUSPENSION EVENTS AMONG
AFRICAN-AMERICAN AND HISPANIC STUDENTS
Hispanic Suspension Events
5500
3500
1500
2012-13

2013-2014

2014-15

African-American
Suspension Events

SUSPENSION EVENTS
INVOLVING HISPANICS OVER
THE PAST THREE YEARS.

45000
35000
25000
2013-2014

SUSPENSION EVENTS
INVOLVING AFRICANAMERICANS OVER THE PAST
THREE YEARS.

•  A REDUCTION OF 31% OF TOTAL

55000

2012-13

•  A REDUCTION OF 35% OF TOTAL

2014-15

• 
• 

CHANGE IN
ACTUAL NUMBER
OF SUSPENSION
EVENTS
A REDUCTION OF 35% OF TOTAL
SUSPENSION EVENTS INVOLVING
AFRICAN-AMERICANS OVER THE
PAST THREE YEARS.
THE GAP BETWEEN TOTAL
SUSPENSION EVENTS INVOLVING
AFRICAN-AMERICAN AND ALL
OTHER SUBGROUPS HAS
NARROWED BY 11%.

Total Suspension Events: 2012-13 to 2014-15
50,000
45,000
40,000
35,000
30,000
25,000
20,000
15,000
10,000
5,000
1213

African American

1314

1415

All Other Subgroups

SCHOOL CLIMATE DATA

SCHOOL CLIMATE DATA

Student Restorative Justice Events

2,500

2003
2,000

1,500

1,000

410

500

26
0
2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

Students Involved in a Restorative Justice Event

VOLUNTARY PRE KINDERGARTEN SERVICES
Early Learning Expansion
12-13 School
Year

15-16 School
Year

28 schools

57 schools

48 classrooms 79 classrooms
Low Performing Provider data
11-12 School
Year

14-15 School
Year

8 schools

0 schools

VPK Assessment
End of Year Data 2014-15

•  93% of students enrolled in VPK were
at level in mathematics at the
conclusion of the school year.

•  94% of students enrolled in VPK were
at level in oral language at the
conclusion of the school year.

STATE OF TECHNOLOGY TODAY AND THROUGH THE 2015-2016 SCHOOL YEAR

Devices

Year

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

Device to Student Ratio

3-1

2.5-1

2.09-1

1.5-1

Bandwidth

Year

Elementary

Middle

High

2013-2014

10 MB

100 MB

100 MB

2014-2015

150 MB

500 MB

1 Gig

Interactive Monitors
• All secondary core classrooms and QEA/DTO core classrooms

Wireless

Year

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16
(Completion Aug 2016)

Number of Schools with
High-Density Wireless

1

43

160

OneView Portal System

•  A Single Pane of Glass which will allow ready access to student academic and
achievement data, classroom and school information, and interactive communication
tools for teachers, parents, students, staff, and education partners.

PARENT ACADEMY
•  YEAR
•  2013-2014
•  2014-2015
•  2015-2016

PARTICIPATING PARENTS
2,615
5,451
3,221 TO DATE

•  100% OF PARENTS REPORT THE CONTENT OF THE COURSE IS WORTHWHILE.

INCREASE IN LEADERSHIP DIVERSITY
District & School
Administrators 2012

54%

46%

Non-White
White

District & School
Administrators 2015
[PERCENT [PERCENT
AGE]
AGE]

Non-White
White

The district has seen
a 6% point increase
in the representation
of non-white district
and school
leadership over the
past 3 years.

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