2017 Florida Teacher Certification Exam results show supply of new high school math teachers continues to decline; Chemistry, Biology, Earth/Space Science decline as well.

The Florida Department Education report on 2017 FTCE results was posted earlier this week, and the 2014-2017 results are taken from that report.  The 2013 results (which are not included in the new report) are taken from last year’s report, which is no longer available on the FLDOE site.

Of course, there are results for many other exams in the FLDOE report.  For example, while the total number of teaching candidates taking the General Knowledge exam for the first time is about the same as it was in 2014, an overhaul of the exam for the 2015 testing year resulted in a drop in the passing rate for three of the four sections from 80-90% to 50-60%.

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