Civic Learning Policy in Other States: Florida Department of Education - Justice Sandra Day O'Connor Civics Education Act FAQ


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Essentially, this report by Florida's DOE states that school districts are encouraged to create as many pathways as possible for students to ensure success on the Civics EOC Assessment. The Department will offer a new M/J United States History with Civics course which will be the equivalent to the middle grades course in United States History. This will allow for remediation within an existing course. The Department also anticipates offering a new M/J Intensive Social Studies course to be taken during the school year, through a summer-term session, or as an online course to offer remediation for students who do not pass the Civics EOC Assessment. Districts are not limited by these options; other remediation options may be provided to meet the needs of the student population. Less

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