About the Florida End-of-Course Assessment

Civics360 and the Florida End-of-Course Assessment

The information and activities in Civics360 aligns with the items assessed in the Florida End-of-Course Assessment. This page goes over some of the details.

What is the Florida End-of-Course Assessment?

The Florida Middle School Civics End-of-Course Assessment (EOCA) is an assessment aligned with the Civics Test Item Specifications. The EOCA consists of 52-56 items.

Teachers should be familiar with the importance of cognitive complexity when considering how to both teach students and approach formative and summative assessment, as the test is written based on Webb’s Depth of Knowledge taxonomy.

Where can I find more information on the assessment?

You can find more information on the Florida Civics EOCA on the Florida Department of Education website.

Teachers, We Need Your Help! The Governor recently vetoed funding for the Lou Frey Institute, the parent organization for the Florida Joint Center for Citizenship, Civics360 and the Partnership for Civic Learning.
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