On Friday, the Florida Department of Education (FDOE) released the 2019 FSA test results.
Based on the data, Leon County School district increased proficiency in 5 of 12 categories highlighted by the Florida Department of Education when compared to 2018 scores.
In all 12 categories, the LCS district outperformed the state-wide averages.
The scores range from levels one through five. Level 3 is considered “satisfactory,” Level 4, “proficient” and Level 5, “mastery.”
Comparisons are based on the percentage of students that scored a 3 or above.
The tables below compares the percentage of students in Leon county that scored above a level 3 in various grade groups. The scores are compared to the state averages and last years results.
- Compared to 2018, Leon district average scores in 2019 increased in 5 categories, decreased in 6 categories, and was unchanged in one category.
- Compared to state averages, Leon district average scores were higher than the state averages in all 12 categories.
- The largest gains over 2018 was a two percentage point increase in four categories.
- The largest decrease was a four percentage point decrease in eighth grade science scores.