Florida Report Card: Florida Needs to Go Back To School
Our Florida Report Card scores Florida in some important performance areas, from education to poverty. Grades are determined from the state’s ranking in the context of all 50 states. Each line of the report card links to one of our benchmarking pieces that explains the measurement area and its implications for the people of Florida. If there’s an area you’d like to see added to our report card, please contact us.
Ranking out of 50 States
|Provision of Mental Health Services||50||F|
|National Rankings for Public Schools||29||C|
|Per Pupil Expenditures||39||D|
|Support for Public Services||49||F|
|Health Insurance Coverage||46||F|
|Affordable & Available Housing||49||F|
|Average of All Rankings||38.5||D|
Grades were determined by ranking Florida against the 50 states.
1-10 would be awarded an “A,” 11-20 a “B,” 21-30 a “C,” 31-40 a “D,” and 41-50 an “F.”
As we gather more information, we will continue to update our report card.