When Do Florida EOC Scores Come Out 2023

If you are awaiting the release of the Florida End-of-Course (EOC) scores for 2023, you are in the right place. In this article, we will provide you with the information you need to know about the release of this year's EOC scores and how to access them.

Find out When Do Florida EOC Scores Come Out 2023

Release Date for Florida EOC Scores 2023

The Florida Department of Education (FLDOE) is responsible for administering and releasing the EOC scores for students in the state. 

Although we do not have the exact release date for this year's EOC scores, based on last year's release date, it is reasonable to expect that the 2023 EOC scores will be made available around the end of June or early July.

Accessing the Results

Once the EOC scores are released, you can access them on the FLDOE website. 

The results for the Florida Standards Assessment (FSA), Statewide Science Assessment, and the Florida End-of-Course (EOC) Assessment will be available on their respective pages. 

You can find the scores and reports in spreadsheet and PDF formats for state, district, and school levels.

Please visit the education department's website (results page) for the latest information on  2023 EOC scores.

How to Access EOC Results using the Parents Portal

Once your child has completed testing, new FAST and EOC scores can be found by logging into your Parent Portal and clicking on the top right corner "Florida Statewide Assessments" icon. See the Diagram below for more info.

Parent Portal - Florida EOC Scores Come Out 2023

This may be different for your district, check your parent portal provider or your child's school for help.

Types of EOC Assessments

The EOC assessments are computer-based, criterion-referenced assessments that measure the Benchmarks for Excellent Student Thinking (B.E.S.T.) Standards, Florida Standards, or the Next Generation Sunshine State Standards (NGSSS) for specific courses. 

Students completing Algebra 1 or Geometry courses in 2022-23 and beyond will take the B.E.S.T. EOC assessment. 

The FSA Algebra 1 EOC Retake will continue to be administered until students for whom it is a graduation requirement have completed four years of high school.

The science and social studies NGSSS EOC assessments, including Biology 1, Civics, and U.S. History, will continue to be administered for students completing the applicable courses.

Understanding the EOC Assessments

For those interested in learning more about the content of the EOC assessments, you can review the standards for the subject area (B.E.S.T., NGSSS, or Florida Standards) and the description of the course for which the EOC assessment is required. 

These assessments measure student achievement of Florida's academic standards as outlined in the course descriptions, providing a basis for the content that will be measured on each EOC assessment.

New Scale for 2023-2024 and Beyond

It is essential to note that the 2022-2023 EOC results are based on provisional achievement level cuts, linked to the respective 2021-2022 reporting scale, as required by Florida Statutes. 

Therefore, comparisons should not be made between the 2023 data and previous years' data. For 2023-2024 and beyond, scores will be reported on a new scale after the State Board of Education adopts new student achievement levels in fall 2023.

When Do Florida EOC Scores Come Out 2023

The eagerly anticipated Florida End-of-Course (EOC) scores for 2023 are expected to be released around the end of June or early July, similar to last year's release date. 

Students, parents, and educators will be able to access the results on the Florida Department of Education website. 

These EOC assessments play a crucial role in measuring student achievement of the state's academic standards, and they provide valuable insights into student performance and progress. 

Once the scores are available, students and educators can use them to identify strengths and areas for improvement, helping to enhance educational outcomes in Florida.

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