Florida School Accountability Reports
Pursuant to Florida Department of Education (FDOE) Emergency Order No. 2021-EO-02, school districts and charter school governing boards were provided the flexibility to opt in to have their school grade or school improvement rating officially recorded and reported for all statutory purposes. In order to be eligible to apply for a school grade, a school must have tested 90 percent or more of its eligible students in the 2020-21 academic year. Schools that did not opt in, or did not meet eligibility requirements, did not receive a school grade or school improvement rating for the 2020-21 school year. Additionally, in April 2021, the U.S. Department of Education approved Florida’s Amended ESSA Waiver Request for Report Card requirements related to certain assessments and accountability for the 2020-21 school year.
Florida School Grades – 2021
- School Grades Overview (PDF)
- School Grades (Excel)
- District Grades (Excel)
- Guide to Calculating School Grades and District Grades (PDF)
Florida School Improvement Ratings – 2021
- School Improvement Ratings (Excel)
- Guide to Calculating School Improvement Rating Calculations (PDF)
Florida DJJ Accountability Ratings – 2021
Accountability Reports – 2021
- 300 Lowest Performing Elementary Schools (Excel)
- Learning Gains by School - These reports contain the percentage of students, by school and grade level, demonstrating learning growth in English Language Arts and Mathematics; as well as the percentage of students, by school and grade level, in both the highest and lowest quartiles demonstrating learning growth in English Language Arts and Mathematics.
- Persistently Low-Performing Schools (Excel)
- Schools of Excellence