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CURRICULUM BULLETINMiami-Dade County Public Schools2017-2018Please note that the information included in this document may be revised, pending legislative changes resulting from the2017 legislative session. The changes would be in effect for the 2017-2018 school year.

THE SCHOOL BOARD OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDADr. Lawrence S. Feldman, ChairDr. Marta Pérez, Vice ChairDr. Dorothy Bendross-MindingallSusie V. CastilloDr. Steve Gallon IIIPerla Tabares HantmanDr. Martin KarpLubby NavarroMari Tere RojasSebastian M. LorenzoStudent AdvisorAlberto M. CarvalhoSuperintendent of SchoolsMarie IzquierdoChief Academic OfficerOffice of Academics and TransformationLisette M. AlvesAssistant SuperintendentDivision of Academics

MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS2017-2018 CURRICULUM BULLETINTABLE OF CONTENTSMiddle School Information.1High School Graduation Programs.72014-2017 Senior High School Graduation Charts. . . .9Diploma Pathways.17Florida Seal of Biliteracy. .20Provisions for Acceleration.23Admission to Florida’s State University System.26Florida’s Bright Futures Scholarship Program. . .28Career Planning and College Entrance Examinations.29Grading Student Performance . 32Students’ Rights and Responsibilities Regarding Grades.35Attendance Policy.36Homework Policy .39Eligibility for Participation in Interscholastic Extracurricular Activities .41Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act . .43Magnet Programs. . .44

MIDDLE GRADES INFORMATIONRequired Courses for Middle Grades StudentsThe middle grades curriculum is comprised of courses in core academics and electivesproviding instruction based on the Florida Standards (FS) and the Next GenerationSunshine State Standards (NGSSS). These subject areas include English/languagearts/ESOL, mathematics, social science, science, physical education, music, art, theatrearts, dance, foreign language and career and technical education. Depending onindividual students’ assessment results, some students may be required to enroll inremediation courses for mathematics and reading, which will take the place of electives.In order to be promoted to senior high school, students must successfully complete thefollowing academic courses:Courses/SubjectsCourse RequirementsAdditional InformationEnglish/LanguageArts (ELA)three middle grades orhigher level annualcourses The courses will emphasize instruction inliterature, composition, and technical text. For English Language Learners, the requiredcourse is MJ/Language Arts Through ESOL.Mathematicsthree middle grades orhigher level annualcourses Middle grades students enrolled in Algebra IHonors must take the statewide standardizedAlgebra 1 End of Course (EOC) assessment andpass the course to earn high school Algebra I credit.Beginning with the 2013-2014 school year andthereafter, a middle grades student’s performanceon the Algebra 1 EOC assessment constitutes 30%of the student’s final course grade. If a middle grades student does not pass the EOCassessment while in middle grades, the student willhave opportunities in high school to retake thecourse and/or the assessment. In order to earn astandard high school diploma, students must passthe Algebra 1 EOC assessment. To earn high school credit for the Geometry course,a middle grades student enrolled in this coursemust take the statewide standardized -GeometryEOC assessment, which constitutes 30% of thestudent’s final course grade, and earn a passinggrade in the course.Sciencethree middle grades orhigher annual courses Beginning with 2012-2013 school year, to earn highschool credit for a Biology I course, a middle gradesstudent enrolled in this course must take thestatewide standardized Biology I EOC assessment,which constitutes 30% of the student’s final coursegrade, and earn a passing grade in the course.MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLSCURRICULUM BULLETIN 2017-2018OFFICE OF ACADEMICS AND TRANSFORMATIONPAGE 1

Courses/SubjectsCourse RequirementsAdditional Information Civics is one of the required courses. It is offeredin 7th grade. A student’s score on the statewidestandardized Civics EOC examination willconstitute 30% of the Civics final course grade.Social Sciencethree middle grades orhigher annual coursesPhysical EducationOne semester ingrades 6, 7, and 8The Physical Education requirement may be waivedunder the following conditions: The student is enrolled in a remedial course. The student’s parent requests in writing that thestudent enroll in another course. The parent of a student who participates in physicalactivities outside the school day which are equal toor in excess of the mandated requirement makes awritten request to waive the physical educationrequirement.Career PlanningA course thatincorporates careerplanning in 6th, 7th, or8th grade. At a minimum, the course must be Internet-based,easy to use, and customizable to each student,including students with disabilities, and includeresearch-based assessments to assist students indetermining educational and career options andgoals. In addition, the course must result in acompleted personalized academic and career planfor the student; must emphasize the importance ofentrepreneurship skills; and must emphasizetechnology or the application of technology incareer fields. The career and education planningcourse must inform students of high schoolgraduation requirements, including a detailedexplanation of the diploma designation optionsprovided under Section 1003.4285, F.S,; highschool assessments and college entrance testrequirements; Florida Bright Futures ScholarshipProgram requirements; state university and FloridaCollege system institution admission requirements;available opportunities to earn college credit in highschool, including Advanced Placement tional Certificate of Education Program; dualenrollment, including career dual enrollment; andcareer education courses, including career-themedcourses, and courses that lead to industrycertification pursuant to Section 1003.492, F.S., orSection 1008.44, F.S. For additional information on the Career kit/index.stmlMIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLSCURRICULUM BULLETIN 2017-2018OFFICE OF ACADEMICS AND TRANSFORMATIONPAGE 2

Summary of Required Middle Grades CoursesSocial Science PhysicalStudiesEd.GradeELA MathElectivesTotals61 1*11.51.5671 1*11.51.5 681 1*11.51.56 Students scoring at Levels 1 and Level 2 on the statewide, standardizedassessment for ELA may be enrolled in an intensive reading course in lieu of anelective course.*Students scoring at Levels 1 and Level 2 on the statewide, standardizedassessment for Mathematics may be enrolled in an intensive mathematics coursein lieu of an elective course. M/J Language Arts Through ESOL is a required course for all ELs. ELs scoring atLevels 1 and 2 on the most recent administration of the statewide, standardizedELA assessment are to be enrolled in a second ESOL course, M/J DevelopmentalLanguage Through ESOL course. Students are required to be enrolled in a course listed in the Florida Course CodeDirectory, which includes the development of a personalized academic and careerplan.The progression of students from one grade to another throughout the middle grades isdependent on passing the courses that a student is enrolled in. The table on the followingpage provides a summary of the promotion and placement requirements for middlegrades students.MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLSCURRICULUM BULLETIN 2017-2018OFFICE OF ACADEMICS AND TRANSFORMATIONPAGE 3

Summary of Promotion and Placement Requirements for Middle Grades StudentsEND OFGRADECOURSES PASSEDSTATUS6All Courses PassedPromoted to Grade 7Regular 7th grade student64-5 Courses PassedMust pass language arts* or mathematicsand at least 3 other coursesPromoted to Grade 7Student placed in grade 7 andscheduled to repeat courses notpassed, as appropriate.6Less than 4 Courses Passed inGrade 6Retained in Grade 6712 Cumulative Courses Passed6 courses passed in grade 6 and 6 coursespassed in grade 7Promoted to Grade 8Regular 8th grade student78-12 Cumulative Courses Passed4 courses passed in grade 6 includinglanguage arts*, mathematics, science, andsocial science. 4-5 courses passed ingrade 7 including 7th grade language arts* ormathematics, science or social science,and/or a course which incorporates careerand education planning.Promoted to Grade 8Student placed in grade 8 andscheduled to repeat courses notpassed, as appropriate.77-8 Cumulative Courses PassedRetained in Grade 7815-18 Cumulative Courses PassedPromoted to Grade 9Must pass 3 courses each in language arts*,mathematics, science, and social science,including a course which incorporates careerand education planning and 3 additionalcourses. The student must also havecompleted his/her personalized academicand career plan.814 or Fewer Cumulative Courses PassedRetained in Grade 8* M/J Language Arts Through ESOL, as appropriate.MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLSCURRICULUM BULLETIN 2017-2018OFFICE OF ACADEMICS AND TRANSFORMATIONPAGE 4

Earning Senior High School Credits in Middle Grades (6, 7, and 8)Middle grades students in grades 6, 7, and 8 may enroll in selected senior high schoolcourses to pursue a more challenging program of study. These courses are includedwhen computing grade point averages (GPA) and rank in class. Up to six credits may beearned, with parental permission, in grades 6, 7, and/or 8, for courses taken, which maybe applied toward the total credits needed for graduation, college admission, or for theFlorida Bright Futures Scholarship Program requirements. There are other options forcourses that students may take through Florida Virtual School. The recommendedcourses are listed in the table below. Credit may be earned in the courses provided thatall applicable End of Course assessment requirements are met. Students may also fulfilltheir online requirement for graduation during middle school.Recommended High School Courses for Middle School StudentsHigh School Courses for Middle SchoolAccelerationAdditional Information Algebra 1 Honors,Pre-AICE Mathematics 1, orIB Middle Years Algebra 1 Geometry Honors,Pre-AICE Mathematics 2, orIB Middle Years GeometryPhysical Science Honors,Pre-AICE Physical Science Biology 1 Honors, Pre-AICE Biology, orIB Middle Years BiologyAny high school levelForeign Language 1 & above Courses offered by Florida Virtual SchoolTo earn credit, a student must take thestatewide standardized Algebra 1 EOCassessment, which constitutes 30% of thestudent’s final course grade, and pass thecourse.Passing the Algebra 1 EOC is a graduationrequirement.Courses offered by Florida Virtual SchoolTo earn credit, a student must take thestatewide, standardized Geometry EOCassessment, which constitutes 30% of thestudent’s final course grade, and pass thecourse.Courses offered by Florida Virtual School.Must meet science lab requirementsCourses offered by Florida Virtual SchoolTo earn credit, a student must take thestatewidestandardizedBiologyEOCassessment, which constitutes 30% of thestudent’s final course grade, and pass thecourse.Must meet science lab requirementsCourses offered by Florida Virtual School.If a middle grades student wishes to enroll in more than six high school credits, then therequest should be made in accordance with the Academically Challenging Curriculum toEnhance Learning (ACCEL) Option. Information is available from school administratorsor school counselors regarding ACCEL. School counselors should advise students of theMIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLSCURRICULUM BULLETIN 2017-2018OFFICE OF ACADEMICS AND TRANSFORMATIONPAGE 5

potential benefits and risks of taking multiple high school level courses and monitor thehigh school courses taken at the middle school.During the time students are enrolled in designated high school courses, they areconsidered to be grade 9 students for those class periods. Students and their parentsshall be informed that all high school credit courses taken in the middle school will beincluded in their high school transcript.Factors to be considered in taking high school courses while in middle school includethe impact on the students’ GPA and subsequent rank in class, the possible lack ofrecognition by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) for senior high schoolcourses taken in a grade below grade 9, and the benefit of retaking a course in whichskills have not been mastered. Courses taken will remain a part of a student’s middleschool record, as well as the student’s senior high school record.MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLSCURRICULUM BULLETIN 2017-2018OFFICE OF ACADEMICS AND TRANSFORMATIONPAGE 6

HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION PROGRAMSHigh school graduation requirements for Miami-Dade County Public Schools areestablished by the Florida Legislature, the Florida Board of Education, and The SchoolBoard of Miami-Dade County. From one school year to the next, the requirements maybe amended by any one of these three entities and it is important that students and theirparents are aware of any changes that may affect them. Your school counselor has theinformation relative to the graduation requirements in force when you entered ninth grade.Graduation requirements are outlined later in this document and in the District’s StudentProgression Plan, also updated annually after the legislative session.Receipt of a standard high school diploma requires successful completion of 24 credits,an International Baccalaureate (IB) curriculum, or an Advanced International Certificateof Education (AICE) curriculum. The 24 credits include 16 core academic credits and eightelective credits. Core requirements consist of four credits in English/Language Arts andfour credits in mathematics; three credits each of science and social science; one creditof fine and performing arts; and one credit of physical education with the integration ofhealth education. At least one course within the 24 credits must be completed throughonline learning. A high school level online course taken in grades 6-8 fulfills thisrequirement. The required credits may be earned through equivalent, applied, orintegrated courses or career education courses as defined including work-relatedinternships approved by the State Board of Education and identified in the Course CodeDirectory.In addition to earning the required 24 credits, a student must participate in and pass anystatewide, standardized assessments required for a standard high school diploma or earnidentified concordant scores or comparative scores, as applicable, for the cohort year inwhich they entered ninth grade.An 18-credit Academically Challenging Curriculum to Enhance Learning (ACCEL)accelerated high school graduation option is also available. The 18 credit ACCEL optionallows a student who meets the following requirements to be awarded a standard highschool diploma: Three elective creditsEarn a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 on a 4.0 scalePhysical education is not requiredOnline course is not requiredAll other graduation requirements for a 24-credit standard diploma must be metbased on the grade 9 cohort year.A high school student who pursues the 24-credit high school graduation program mayhave the option to participate in early graduation (graduating in fewer than eightsemesters). A student who completes a minimum of 24 credits, achieves a cumulativeGPA of 2.0 of a 4.0 scale and earns a passing score on the statewide assessmentsrequired for high school graduation may have this option. Once again, your schoolcounselor should always be consulted in planning for graduation.MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLSCURRICULUM BULLETIN 2017-2018OFFICE OF ACADEMICS AND TRANSFORMATIONPAGE 7

The Florida Department of Education’s High School Graduation charts, found hereinrepresent the current Florida graduation requirements for each graduating cohort group.Please note that these requirements may be revised, pending legislative changesduring the 2017 legislative session.MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLSCURRICULUM BULLETIN 2017-2018OFFICE OF ACADEMICS AND TRANSFORMATIONPAGE 8

Students Entering Grade Nine in the 2016-2017 School YearAcadem ic Advisem ent Flyer–W hat Students and Parents Need to KnowWhat are the diploma options?What are the requirements for the 24-credit standardStudents must successfully complete one of the followingdiploma options: 24-credit standard diploma 18-credit Academically Challenging Curriculum toEnhance Learning (ACCEL) option Advanced International Certificate of Education (AICE)curriculumdiploma option? International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma curriculumWhat are the state assessment requirements?Students must pass the following statewide assessments: Grade 10 ELA (or ACT/SAT concordant score) Algebra I end-of-course (EOC) and the resultsconstitute thirty percent of the final course grade* ora comparative score on the Postsecondary EducationReadiness Test (P.E.R.T.)Students must participate in the EOC assessments, and theresults constitute 30 percent of the final course grade*. Theseassessments are in the following subjects: U.S. History Biology I Algebra II (if enrolled) Geometry4 Credits English Language Arts (ELA) 4 Credits Mathematics the course but passed the EOC.This program allows a student to earn high school credit if thestudent passes an advanced placement (AP) examination, aCollege Level Examination Program (CLEP) or a statewidecourse assessment without enrollment in the course. Thecourses include the following subjects: Biology I Algebra I Algebra II Geometry U.S. HistoryWhat are the graduation requirements for studentswith disabilities?Two options are available only to students with disabilities.Both require the 24 credits listed in the table and both allowstudents to substitute a career and technical (CTE)course with related content for one credit in ELA IV,mathematics, science and social studies (excluding Algebra I,Geometry, Biology I and U.S. History). Students with significant cognitive disabilities may earncredits via access courses and be assessed via analternate assessment. Students who choose the academic and employmentoption must earn at least .5 credit via paid employment.One of which must be Algebra I and one of whichmust be Geometry.Industry certifications that lead to college credit maysubstitute for up to two mathematics credits (exceptfor Algebra I and Geometry).3 Credits Science*Special Note: Thirty percent not applicable if not enrolled inWhat is the credit acceleration program (CAP)?ELA I, II, III, IVELA honors, AP, AICE, IB and dual enrollmentcourses may satisfy this requirement.One of which must be Biology I, two of which mustbe equally rigorous science courses.Two of the three required credits must have alaboratory component.An industry certification that leads to college creditsubstitutes for up to one science credit (except forBiology I).An identified rigorous computer science course witha related industry certification substitutes for up toone science credit (except for Biology I).3 Credits Social Studies1 credit in World History1 credit in U.S. History.5 credit in U.S. Government.5 credit in Economics with Financial Literacy1 Credit Fine and Performing Arts, Speech and†Debate, or Practical Arts†1 Credit Physical EducationTo include the integration of health†Special Note: Eligible courses and eligible coursesubstitutions are specified in the Florida Course CodeDirectory at http://www.fldoe.org/policy/articulation/ccd.8 Elective Credits1 Online CourseStudents must earn a 2.0 grade point average on a 4.0scale.RevisedApril2016

What are the requirements for standard diplomadesignations?What are the public postsecondary options?Scholar Diploma DesignationIn addition to meeting the 24-credit standard high schooldiploma requirements, a student must!!!!!!!!!Earn 1 credit in Algebra II (must pass EOC);Pass the Geometry EOC;Earn 1 credit in statistics or an equally rigorousmathematics course;Pass the Biology I EOC;Earn 1 credit in chemistry or physics;Earn 1 credit in a course equally rigorous to chemistryor physics;Pass the U.S. History EOC;Earn 2 credits in the same world language; andEarn at least 1 credit in AP, IB, AICE or a dualenrollment course.A student is exempt from the Biology I or U.S. Historyassessment if the student is enrolled in an AP, IB or AICEBiology I or U.S. History course and the student!!Takes the respective AP, IB or AICE assessment; andEarns the minimum score to earn college credit.Merit Diploma Designation!!Meet the standard high school diploma requirementsAttain one or more industry certifications from the listestablished (per section 1003.492, Statutes [F.S.]).Can a student who selects the 24-credit programgraduate early?Yes, a student who completes all the 24-credit programrequirements for a standard diploma may graduate in fewerthan eight semesters.What is the distinction between the 18-credit ACCELoption and the 24-credit option?!!!3 elective credits instead of 8Physical Education is not requiredOnline course is not requiredAll other graduation requirements for a 24-credit standarddiploma must be met (per s. 1003.4282(3)(a)-(e), F.S.).Where is information on Bright Futures Scholarshipslocated?The Florida Bright Futures Scholarship Program rewardsstudents for their academic achievements during highschool by providing funding to attend a postsecondaryinstitution in Florida. For more information, AD/bf/.State University SystemAdmission into Florida’s public universities is competitive.Prospective students should complete a rigorouscurriculum in high school and apply to more than oneuniversity to increase their chance for acceptance. Toqualify to enter one of Florida’s public universities, a firsttime-in-college student must meet the followingminimum requirements:!!!!!!!!!High school graduation with a standard diplomaAdmission test scores16 Credits of approved college preparatoryacademic courses4 English (3 with substantial writing)4 Mathematics (Algebra I level and above)3 Natural Science (2 with substantial lab)3 Social Science2 World Language (sequential, in the samelanguage)2 Approved The Florida College SystemThe 28 state colleges offer career-related certificates andtwo-year associate degrees that prepare students totransfer to a bachelor’s degree program or to enter jobsrequiring specific skills. Many also offer baccalaureatedegrees in high-demand fields. Florida College Systeminstitutions have an open door policy. This means thatstudents who have earned a standard high schooldiploma, have earned a high school equivalency diplomaor have demonstrated success in postsecondarycoursework will be admitted to an associate ed/fl-college-system/index.stmlCareer and Technical CentersFlorida also offers students 48 accredited career andtechnical centers throughout the state, which provide theeducation and certification necessary to work in aparticular career or technical field. Programs are flexiblefor students and provide industry-specific education andtraining for a wide variety of occupations.Career and Technical DirectorsWhere is information on financial aid located?The Office of Student Financial Assistance State Programsadministers a variety of postsecondary educational state-fundedgrants and scholarships. To learn more, visedApril 2016

Students Entering Grade Nine in the 2015-2016 School YearAcadem ic Advisem ent Flyer–W hat Students and Parents Need to KnowWhat are the diploma options?What are the requirements for the 24-credit standardStudents must successfully complete one of the followingdiploma options: 24-credit standard diploma 18-credit Academically Challenging Curriculum toEnhance Learning (ACCEL) option Advanced International Certificate of Education (AICE)curriculumdiploma option? International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma curriculumWhat are the state assessment requirements?Students must pass the following statewide assessments: Grade 10 ELA (or ACT/SAT concordant score) Algebra I end-of-course (EOC) and the resultsconstitute thirty percent of the final course grade* ora comparative score on the Postsecondary EducationReadiness Test (P.E.R.T.)Students must participate in the EOC assessments, and theresults constitute 30 percent of the final course grade*. Theseassessments are in the following subjects: U.S. History Biology I Algebra II (if enrolled) Geometry4 Credits English Language Arts (ELA) 4 Credits Mathematics the course but passed the EOC.This program allows a student to earn high school credit ifthe student passes an advanced placement (AP) examination,a College Level Examination Program (CLEP) or a statewidecourse assessment without enrollment in the course. Thecourses include the following subjects: Biology I Algebra I Algebra II Geometry U.S. HistoryWhat are the graduation requirements for studentswith disabilities?Two options are available only to students with disabilities.Both require the 24 credits listed in the table and both allowstudents to substitute a career and technical (CTE)course with related content for one credit in ELA IV,mathematics, science and social studies (excluding Algebra I,Geometry, Biology I and U.S. History). Students with significant cognitive disabilities may earncredits via access courses and be assessed via analternate assessment. Students who choose the academic and employmentoption must earn at least .5 credit via paid employment.One of which must be Algebra I and one of whichmust be Geometry.Industry certifications that lead to college credit maysubstitute for up to two mathematics credits (exceptfor Algebra I and Geometry).3 Credits Science*Special Note: Thirty percent not applicable if not enrolled inWhat is the credit acceleration program (CAP)?ELA I, II, III, IVELA honors, AP, AICE, IB and dual enrollmentcourses may satisfy this requirement.One of which must be Biology I, two of which mustbe equally rigorous science courses.Two of the three required credits must have alaboratory component.An industry certification that leads to college creditsubstitutes for up to one science credit (except forBiology I).An identified rigorous computer science course witha related industry certification substitutes for up toone science credit (except for Biology I).3 Credits Social Studies1 credit in World History1 credit in U.S. History.5 credit in U.S. Government.5 credit in Economics with Financial Literacy1 Credit Fine and Performing Arts, Speech and†Debate, or Practical Arts†1 Credit Physical EducationTo include the integration of health†Special Note: Eligible courses and eligible coursesubstitutions are specified in the Florida Course CodeDirectory at http://www.fldoe.org/policy/articulation/ccd.8 Elective Credits1 Online CourseStudents must earn a 2.0 grade point average on a 4.0scale.RevisedApril2016

What are the requirements for standard diplomadesignations?What are the public postsecondary options?Scholar Diploma DesignationIn addition to meeting the 24-credit standard high schooldiploma requirements, a student must!!!!!!!!!Earn 1 credit in Algebra II (must pass EOC);Pass the Geometry EOC;Earn 1 credit in statistics or an equally rigorousmathematics course;Pass the Biology I EOC;Earn 1 credit in chemistry or physics;Earn 1 credit in a course equally rigorous to chemistryor physics;Pass the U.S. History EOC;Earn 2 credits in the same world language; andEarn at least 1 credit in AP, IB, AICE or a dualenrollment course.A student is exempt from the Biology I or U.S. Historyassessment if the student is enrolled in an AP, IB or AICEBiology I or U.S. History course and the student!!Takes the respective AP, IB or AICE assessment; andEarns the minimum score to earn college credit.Merit Diploma Designation!!Meet the standard high school diploma requirementsAttain one or more industry certifications from the listestablished (per section 1003.492, Statutes [F.S.]).Can a student who selects the 24-credit programgraduate early?Yes, a student who completes all the 24-credit programrequirements for a standard diploma may graduate in fewerthan eight semesters.What is the distinction between the 18-credit ACCELoption and the 24-credit option?!!!3 elective credits instead of 8Physical Education is not requiredOnline course is not requiredAll other graduation requirements for a 24-credit standarddiploma must be met (per s. 1003.4282(3)(a)-(e), F.S.).Where is information on Bright Futures Scholarshipslocated?The Florida Bright Futures Scholarship Program rewardsstudents for their academic achievements during highschool by providing funding to attend a postsecondaryinstitution in Florida. For more information, AD/bf/.State University SystemAdmission into Florida’s public universities is competitive.Prospective students should complete a rigorouscurriculum in high school and apply to more than oneuniversity to increase their chance for acceptance. Toqualify to e

MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS 2017-2018 CURRICULUM BULLETIN TABLE OF CONTENTS . Algebra 1 End of Course (EOC) assessment and pass the course to earn high school Algebra I credit. Beginning with the 2013-2014 school y