Florida Readiness Gauge

Grid View

The grid below illustrates the successful implementation of individual indicators for each school district by the six CCSS readiness indicators and the six digital learning readiness indicators as summarized by school level (Elementary, Middle, and High). These indicators represent important work occurring in each school district to better prepare Florida’s students for college and the workforce.

Directions

This summary grid illustrates the successful implementation of the six CCSS readiness indicators and six digital learning readiness indicators as summarized by school level (Elementary, Middle, High). This grid is updated on a monthly basis. Check back soon and see the grid become more green as school districts continue to implement positive transformational shifts in our public education system.

  Common Core Digital Learning
Indicator 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6
Alachua    GRN GRN GRN GRN 
Baker          GRN 
Bay GRN  GRNGRN  GRN   
BradfordGRNGRNGRN GRNGRN    GRN 
BrevardGRN      GRN    
Broward GRN     GRN    
Calhoun            
CharlotteGRNGRNGRN   GRNGRNGRN GRN 
CitrusGRNGRNGRNGRNGRNGRN GRN GRN GRN
ClayGRNGRN   GRN GRN   GRN
CollierGRNGRNGRN   GRNGRN GRNGRNGRN
ColumbiaGRNGRNGRNGRNGRNGRNGRN   GRN 
DadeGRNGRNGRNGRNGRNGRN GRNGRNGRN  
DeSotoGRNGRNGRN   GRNGRN GRNGRN 
Dixie GRN   GRNGRNGRN GRNGRN 
Duval GRNGRN    GRN    
Escambia  GRN GRNGRN GRNGRN GRN 
FlaglerGRNGRN    GRNGRNGRNGRNGRN 
Franklin            
GadsdenGRNGRN    GRNGRN GRN  
GilchristGRNGRNGRNGRNGRNGRN GRN  GRN 
Glades  GRN GRN  GRN  GRN 
Gulf  GRN         
HamiltonGRNGRNGRN    GRN    
HardeeGRNGRNGRNGRNGRNGRN      
Hendry GRNGRN  GRN   GRN  
HernandoGRNGRN GRN  GRNGRN  GRN 
Highlands       GRN    
HillsboroughGRNGRNGRNGRN   GRN    
Holmes       GRNGRN GRN 
Indian RiverGRNGRNGRN GRNGRNGRNGRN  GRN 
JacksonGRNGRNGRNGRNGRNGRN GRN GRN  
Jefferson            
Lafayette GRN  GRNGRN      
LakeGRNGRNGRNGRNGRNGRN    GRN 
Lee GRN GRN  GRNGRNGRN  GRN
Leon       GRN GRN  
Levy  GRN   GRN     
LibertyGRNGRNGRNGRNGRNGRN GRN GRN  
Madison     GRN GRN GRN  
ManateeGRN      GRN GRNGRN 
MarionGRNGRNGRNGRNGRNGRN GRN GRNGRN 
MartinGRNGRN     GRN   GRN
Monroe       GRN GRN  
Nassau GRN       GRN  
Okaloosa  GRN  GRN GRNGRN   
Okeechobee  GRN  GRN GRN  GRN 
OrangeGRNGRNGRNGRNGRN  GRN GRN  
OsceolaGRNGRNGRNGRNGRNGRNGRNGRN    
Palm BeachGRNGRNGRNGRNGRNGRN    GRN 
PascoGRN      GRN GRNGRN 
PinellasGRNGRN  GRN  GRN  GRN 
PolkGRNGRNGRNGRNGRNGRN      
PutnamGRNGRN GRN      GRN 
St. JohnsGRNGRNGRNGRNGRNGRN GRNGRN GRN 
St. LucieGRN GRN GRNGRN GRNGRNGRN  
Santa RosaGRNGRNGRN GRNGRN GRNGRNGRN  
SarasotaGRNGRN    GRNGRNGRNGRN  
SeminoleGRNGRNGRNGRNGRNGRN GRN GRN  
SumterGRNGRNGRNGRNGRNGRNGRNGRNGRN GRN 
Suwannee       GRNGRNGRNGRN 
TaylorGRN GRN  GRN GRN    
Union      GRNGRN GRNGRN 
VolusiaGRNGRNGRNGRNGRNGRN GRNGRN   
WakullaGRNGRNGRNGRNGRNGRN   GRN  
WaltonGRNGRNGRNGRNGRNGRN GRN  GRN 
WashingtonGRNGRNGRN GRN   GRN   
FLVS GRNGRNGRN  GRN GRN GRNGRN
FAU Lab School       GRNGRNGRNGRNGRN
FSU Lab School GRN GRNGRN GRNGRNGRNGRNGRN 
FAMU Lab School  GRN GRNGRN      
UF Lab School      GRNGRNGRNGRNGRNGRN
Common Core Indicators

The following criteria are all met:

The district has a plan for Common Core implementation that includes:

  • a timeline stating the year for full implementation by grade level and content area.
  • all content areas and grade levels.
  • a component to monitor the fidelity of implementation across grades, content areas, and schools.

Evidence to support has been provided and must include:

  • a copy of the district’s timeline for implementation by grade level and content area.
  • a description of the plan to monitor the fidelity of implementation across grades, content areas, and schools.

Additional information to support district-level implementation may be included, but is not required.

The following criteria are all met:

The district’s professional development plan includes:

  • CCSS training by grade level and content area.

Evidence to support has been provided and must include:

  • a copy of the district’s professional development plan that includes CCSS training opportunities by grade level and content area.

Additional information to support a professional development plan targeting CCSS readiness may be included, but is not required.

The following criteria are all met:

  • The district has fully implemented CCSS for Grades K-1 Mathematics and English Language Arts.
  • Teachers for Grades K-1 Mathematics and English Language Arts have been provided access to the revised course descriptions (aligned to the CCSS) for 2012-2013.

Evidence to support has been provided and must include:

  • samples of a scope and sequence or curriculum map that includes the CCSS for Grades K-1 Mathematics and English Language Arts.
  • samples of lesson plans that include the CCSS for Grades K-1 Mathematics and English Language Arts.

Additional information to support full implementation of CCSS at state recommended grade levels for 2012-13 may be included, but is not required.

The following criteria are all met:

  • The district has fully implemented the CCSS for Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects for Grades 6-12.
  • Teachers are using the 2012-2013 course descriptions (revised to include CCSS) to guide instruction in these content areas.

Evidence to support has been provided and must include:

  • samples of a scope and sequence or curriculum map that includes the integration of the CCSS for Literacy in all content areas.
  • samples of lesson plans that include the integration of the CCSS for Literacy as well as rich and complex grade appropriate text.

Additional information to support full implementation of CCSS Literacy standards in Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects for Grades 6-12 may be included, but is not required.

The following criteria are all met:

  • The district has included an instructional materials component in their plan for implementation of CCSS.
  • Instructional materials and/or resources aligned to CCSS have been identified for use in K-1 Mathematics and English Language Arts.
  • Instructional materials and/or resources aligned to CCSS for Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects have been identified for use in Grades 6-8 in all content areas as appropriate.

Evidence to support has been provided and must include:

  • a copy of the district’s timeline for adopting/procuring instructional materials aligned to the CCSS.
  • samples of the materials and/or resources previously adopted by the district that have now been aligned to the CCSS for K-1 Mathematics and English Language Arts.
  • samples of the materials and/or resources previously adopted by the district that have now been aligned to the CCSS for Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects for Grades 6-8 in all content areas as appropriate.
  • a list of the instructional materials aligned to CCSS which have been provided to kindergarten and first grade teachers.
  • a district-developed content or instructional materials aligned to CCSS which have been provided to kindergarten and first grade teachers.

Additional information to support the provision of CCSS-aligned instructional materials and/or resources to teachers may be included, but is not required.

The following criteria are all met:

The district has a standardized assessment or progress monitoring system in place that:

  • aligns to CCSS for Grades K-1 Mathematics and English Language Arts.
  • includes a plan for transitioning to a progress monitoring tool aligned to CCSS in 2013-2014 has been developed.

Evidence to support has been provided and must include:

  • a copy of the district’s standardized assessment or progress monitoring tool and documented certification that the tool is aligned to CCSS.
  • a copy of a district-developed assessment or progress monitoring tool and the district’s verification that the tool is aligned to CCSS.
  • an existing tool for K – 1 progress monitoring and a written plan for transitioning to a progress monitoring tool aligned to CCSS during the 2013-14 academic year.

Additional information to support a standardized assessment or progress monitoring system on the CCSS to track student performance and guide instruction may be provided but is not required.

Digital Learning Indicators

Percent of schools that meet or exceed the minimum standard Student to Computer ratio

For School Year 2012-13 – the standard is 2.75 students to 1 computer

  • Count of schools in a district that meet current year targets for computers to 1 student ratio or below
  • Computers can be mobile or desktops and must be for student use and meet the minimum computer standards set in the Technology Resource Survey (TRS) for the current year
  • Includes school student counts in Survey 3 data

Percent of schools that have no issues for current FCAT and EOC exams in school year 2012-13

  • Devices must meet the minimum standards set in the CBT Certification Tool for the current year
  • Includes computers that can typically be used for online testing

Percent of schools with Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies

  • Includes schools that allow students to bring personal mobile devices and/or schools that have written policy on bringing personal mobile devices

Percent of schools that meet or exceed the minimum K-12 Broadband bandwidth standard

For School Year 2012-13 - standard is 50mbps/1000 students

  • Count of schools in a district that meet current year targets for bandwidth ratio or above

Percent of schools that support High Speed Wireless

  • Count of schools that support a large number of the devices with internet access through wireless connections

Percent of students that have internet access at home

  • Count of schools with a large number of students with internet access at home

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