Holmes County FCAT scores up from last year

Published: Tuesday, June 3, 2014 at 04:25 PM.

Fourth Grade Writing:

Fourth Grade Writing had a passing percentage, 3.5 and above, of 41 percent, which is two percent higher from the previous year’s 39 percent average.

The number of students taking the test has remained the same from last year at 246, with an average score of 3, which is down by .2 percent from last year, which was 3.2 and an Unscorable Percentage of 2, which is two percent higher from last year, which had none.

Three percent of students scored 1.0, with last year being three percent; two percent of students scored 1.5, with last year being four percent; 12 percent of students scored 2.0 percent, with last year being eight percent; 10 percent of students scored a 2.5, with last year being 13 percent; 30 percent scored a 3.0 percent, with last year being 34 percent; 17 percent scored a 3.5, with last year being 10 percent; 21 percent scored a 4.0, with last year being 18 percent; none scored 5.0 percent, with last year being 2 percent; none scored 5.5 percent, with last year being one percent; and none scored 6.0, which remains the same as last year.

Eighth Grade Writing:

Fourth Grade Writing had a passing percentage, 3.5 and above, of 50 percent, which is eight percent higher from the previous year’s 42 percent average.

The number of students taking the test increased from last year at 237, with last year being 234, with an average score of 3.3, which is increase by .2 percent from last year, which was 3.1 and an Unscorable Percentage of 0, which remains the same as last year.



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