and are among the 213 schools across Florida whose school grades, based on FCAT scores and other factors, were incorrectly calculated, the Department of Education admitted Friday.
Garrison-Jones but was upgraded to an A. San Jose was given a C but saw its grade changed to a B. That means that both schools' grades did not change from last year.
The letter grades are part of a complex formula that heavily weighs on FCAT scores and the letter grade determines the amount of funding a school receives.
Eighteen schools in Pinellas County had their grades improved by one letter grade. The overall C grade for the district did not change.
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