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Civic Literacy Assessment Options
In addition to taking AMH 2020 or POS 2041, students have to pass one of these Civic Literacy assessment options :
- Florida Civic Literacy Examination (FCLE) - Score of 48 (or higher) out of 80 (at least a 60%)
- CLEP American Government - Score of 50 (or higher) out of 80
- AP Government and Politics: United States History - Score of 3 (or higher) out of 5
- AP United States History - Score of 4 (or higher) out of 5
Resources to help you prepare for these assessment exams are below.
Florida Department of Education: Civic Literacy Resources
FDOE: Civic Literacy
On this site, you will find links to Resources to Foster Civic Literacy, information on Assessments, Postsecondary Civics Literacy, Social Studies, and U.S. Senate Youth Program.
CLEP American Government
CLEP American Government by REA’s CLEP American Government Test Prep Earns You College Credits! New from REA! CLEP (College-Level Examination Program) is the College Board’s credit-by-examination program for more than 30 subjects. Each exam passed earns the student between 3-12 credits at 2,900 colleges in the U.S. and abroad. Our test prep for the CLEP American Government exam comes with two full-length practice tests and detailed explanations of every answer. The comprehensive review covers all American Government topics found on the official exam, including the institutions and policy processes of the federal government; the federal courts and civil liberties; political parties and interest groups; political beliefs and behavi∨ and the content and history of the Constitution. Also contains test-taking tips and study strategies to boost confidence on test day.
Call Number: JK276 .J65 2009 (Kent)
Publication Date: 2009-03-24
AP United States Government and Politics
AP U. S. Government and Politics by For the more than one million students taking the AP exams each year Boxed quotes offering advice from students who have aced the exams and from AP teachers and college professors Sample tests that closely simulate real exams Review material based on the contents of the most recent tests Icons highlighting important facts, vocabulary, and frequently asked questions Websites and links to valuable online test resources, along with author e-mail addresses for students with follow-up questions Authors who are either AP course instructors or exam developers
Call Number: E-Book
Publication Date: 2004-01-01
General information about AP examinations
AP United States History
5 Steps to a 5 on the Advanced Placement Examinations by Structured around a Five-Step Plan, this work develops a study plan, builds knowledge, hone test-taking skills and strategies, and fosters the confidence students needed to ace the tests. It also includes: sample tests that closely simulate real exams; review material based on the contents of the tests; and icons highlighting important facts.
Call Number: E-Book and Print - E178.25 .A76 2004 (South)
Publication Date: 2003-12-15