Education

Agriculture and Consumer Services, Department of
Report No. 09-03 No Changes Are Necessary to the State’s Organization of School Nutrition Programs (January 2009)

Board of Governors of the State University System
Report No. 13-09 Supplemental Report: Florida Nursing Education Programs 2011-12 (June 2013)
Report No. 13-03 Florida’s Nursing Education Programs Continued to Expand in 2012 with Increases in Program Capacity, Student Enrollment, and Graduates (January 2013)
Report No. 12-07 Supplemental Report: Florida Nursing Education Programs 2010-2011 (May 2012)
Report No. 12-04 Florida’s Nursing Education Programs Continued to Expand in 2011 with Significant Increases in Student Enrollment and Graduates (January 2012)
Report No. 11-19 The Florida Solar Energy Center Eliminated the Backlog for Testing and Certification and Reduced its Reliance on State Funds (September 2011)
Report No. 11-18 Supplemental Report: Florida Nursing Education Programs 2009-10 (May 2011)
Report No. 11-09 The Board of Governors Has Developed a Funding Formula and Uniform Reporting Procedures for Medical Education Programs (February 2011)
Report No. 11-08 Students with Developmental Disabilities Have Limited Postsecondary Options; A New Institution Would Expand Choices but Require Additional State Funding (February 2011)
Report No. 11-06 Board of Nursing Addressed Statutory Changes; Nursing Program Capacity Expanded in 2009-10 (January 2011)
Report No. 10-43 University Implementation and State Oversight of Common Program Prerequisites Has Improved (May 2010)
Report No. 10-41 Increased Accountability and Oversight of University Centers and Institutes Is Needed (May 2010)
Report No. 10-37 Supplemental Report: Profiles of State University Health Centers (April 2010)
Report No. 10-14 Since Implementing Statutory Changes, the State Board of Nursing Has Approved More Nursing Programs; the Legislature Should Address Implementation Issues (January 2010)
Report No. 10-01 Most AA Graduates Pursue Baccalaureate Degrees, but Many Lack Information About Articulation Policies (January 2010)
Report No. 09-40 University Students Pay $68 Million for Health Services; Mandating Health Insurance Would Produce Benefits But Raise Uninsured Students’ Cost of Attendance 5% to 7% (December 2009)
Report No. 09-30 University Students Benefit from Acceleration Courses, But Often Retake Math and Science Courses (June 2009)
Report No. 09-28 Production of Teachers Who Remain in the Classroom Varies by Preparation Program (June 2009)
Report No. 09-25 More State Direction Could Increase the Utilization of Higher Education Classrooms (April 2009)
Report No. 09-22 Several Universities Have Improved Systems to Track Student Progress (March 2009)
Report No. 09-21 More Than 17% of Acceleration Courses and Exams Do Not Result in College Credit, Which Costs State Almost $6 Million (March 2009)
Report No. 09-20 State Universities Are Generally Following the Statewide Course Numbering System in Awarding Appropriate Transfer Credit (March 2009)
Report No. 09-19 Medical Education Program Funding Model Must Address Institutional Variations and Data Limitations (March 2009)
Report No. 09-17 Florida Solar Energy Center Conducts Research and Development; Legislature Could Direct Fee Increases and Drop Certification Requirement (March 2009)
Report No. 09-12 Modifying Advanced Placement Program Incentive Funding Could Produce Significant Cost Savings (February 2009)
Report No. 08-36 Medical Education Funding Is Complex; Better Expenditure Data Is Needed (June 2008)
Report No. 08-11 Inconsistent Implementation of Common Prerequisites Creates Barriers to Effective 2+2 Articulation (March 2008)
Report No. 07-36 Supplemental Report: Profiles of Selected University Centers and Institutes (August 2007)
Report No. 07-35 University Centers and Institutes Report Many Benefits; the Oversight Process Needs to Be Strengthened (August 2007)
Report No. 06-75 Progress Report: Legislature Has Clarified Authority for Implementing Changes to Setting Higher Education Tuition and Fees (December 2006)
Report No. 06-58 Progress Report: Excess Hours Cost State $62 Million Annually; University Actions May Help Address Problem (August 2006)
Report No. 04-51 Progress Report: IFAS Evaluating Fees, But Has Not Made Any Modifications to Previous Consolidation Plans (August 2004)
Report No. 02-40 Special Examination of the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (July 2002)
Report No. 96-01 Review of Florida's Eminent Scholar and Major Gift Challenge Grant Programs (July 1996)
Report No. 94-07 Assessment of the Revised State University System Accountability Plan (October 1994)
Report No. 12187 Assessment of the State University System of Florida Accountability Plan (November 1993)

Children and Families, Department of
Report No. 10-57 Steps Taken to Improve the VPK Program; Additional Actions Needed To Increase Program Accountability (November 2010)
Report No. 10-51 Legislature Clarified Responsibility for Educating Exceptional Students in Residential Facilities (August 2010)
Report No. 09-33 Limited Information Available to Assess Statewide Demand and Outcomes for After School Programs (August 2009)
Report No. 08-27 Responsibility for the Education of Exceptional Students in Residential Treatment Facilities Needs Clarification (April 2008)
Report No. 06-60 Progress Report: School Readiness Guidance and Communication Improve; Fiscal Issues, Evaluation Need Attention (August 2006)
Report No. 04-39 Many Children Receiving Intensive Exceptional Student Education Services Are Served by Multiple Programs; No Unnecessary Duplication of Services Found (June 2004)
Report No. 04-19 Workforce Development System Overview (February 2004)
Report No. 04-16 Maximizing Federal Revenue Could Help Offset Costly Services for Children with Disabilities (February 2004)
Report No. 99-34 Review of the Workforce Development System (February 2000)
Report No. 98-38 Follow-Up Review of Early Education and Child Care Programs (January 1999)
Report No. 94-27 Review of Early Education and Child Care Programs: A Fourteen-County Perspective (January 1995)
Report No. 94-25 Performance Review of the Early Education and Child Care Programs Administered by the Florida Department of Education and the Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services (December 1994)

Corrections, Department of
Report No. 08-16 Alternative Placements for the Correctional Education Program Would Be More Costly (March 2008)

Economic Opportunity, Department of
Report No. 10-57 Steps Taken to Improve the VPK Program; Additional Actions Needed To Increase Program Accountability (November 2010)
Report No. 10-34 School Districts and Florida College System Institutions Frequently Change Their Career Education Programs (April 2010)
Report No. 10-26 Florida Should Not Use the Targeted Occupations Lists as the Sole Criteria to Fund Career Education Programs (March 2010)
Report No. 10-18 Public Career Education Programs Differ From Private Programs on Their Admission Requirements, Costs, Financial Aid Availability, and Student Outcomes (January 2010)
Report No. 09-33 Limited Information Available to Assess Statewide Demand and Outcomes for After School Programs (August 2009)
Report No. 08-27 Responsibility for the Education of Exceptional Students in Residential Treatment Facilities Needs Clarification (April 2008)
Report No. 08-23 61% of Voluntary Prekindergarten Children Are Ready for Kindergarten; Accountability Process Needs Improvement (April 2008)
Report No. 06-60 Progress Report: School Readiness Guidance and Communication Improve; Fiscal Issues, Evaluation Need Attention (August 2006)
Report No. 06-28 Workforce Estimating Conference Potential Not Realized; Barriers Can Be Addressed (March 2006)
Report No. 04-19 Workforce Development System Overview (February 2004)
Report No. 04-06 School Readiness Program’s Potential Is Beginning to Be Realized, But Is Hindered by Partnership Guidance Issues (January 2004)
Report No. 03-75 School Readiness Coalitions’ Progress Varies in Implementing the Program Over Two Years (December 2003)
Report No. 02-07 School Readiness Program's Potential Not Realized With Critical Issues Unresolved (January 2002)

Education, Department of
Report No. 13-09 Supplemental Report: Florida Nursing Education Programs 2011-12 (June 2013)
Report No. 13-03 Florida’s Nursing Education Programs Continued to Expand in 2012 with Increases in Program Capacity, Student Enrollment, and Graduates (January 2013)
Report No. 12-07 Supplemental Report: Florida Nursing Education Programs 2010-2011 (May 2012)
Report No. 12-06 VPK Teachers’ Education Level Does Not Substantially Influence Kindergarten Readiness Scores; Program and Provider Differences Affect Readiness Rates (February 2012)
Report No. 12-05 Recovery Expected in Lottery Revenue; Options Remain to Enhance Transfers (February 2012)
Report No. 12-04 Florida’s Nursing Education Programs Continued to Expand in 2011 with Significant Increases in Student Enrollment and Graduates (January 2012)
Report No. 11-24 Some States Allow School Districts to Charge Parents for School Bus Transportation or to Advertise in or on School Buses to Raise Additional Revenue (December 2011)
Report No. 11-18 Supplemental Report: Florida Nursing Education Programs 2009-10 (May 2011)
Report No. 11-11 State-Funded Mentoring Program Performance Mixed; Take Stock and Best Buddies Do Well (March 2011)
Report No. 11-08 Students with Developmental Disabilities Have Limited Postsecondary Options; A New Institution Would Expand Choices but Require Additional State Funding (February 2011)
Report No. 11-07 Summary of OPPAGA Reports Examining Workforce Education Programs and Legislative Options (February 2011)
Report No. 11-06 Board of Nursing Addressed Statutory Changes; Nursing Program Capacity Expanded in 2009-10 (January 2011)
Report No. 11-05 Several States Offer High School Diploma Options to Address Students’ Needs and Future Goals (January 2011)
Report No. 11-04 Completing Adult Education Programs Improves Students’ Employability, But Program Completion Rates are Low (January 2011)
Report No. 11-02 Special Facility Construction Projects Appear Needed, but Have Excess Capacity (January 2011)
Report No. 10-65 Profile of Florida’s Public Workforce Education Program Providers by Service Area (December 2010)
Report No. 10-63 Colleges Perform Slightly Better Than School Districts in Career Education; Neither Clearly Outperforms in Adult Education (December 2010)
Report No. 10-62 Consolidating Workforce Education Would Bring More Uniformity; Mixed Results on Whether Evidence Supports Other Stakeholder Arguments (December 2010)
Report No. 10-61 School Districts and Colleges Share Responsibility for Workforce Education; Duplication Is Minimal (December 2010)
Report No. 10-57 Steps Taken to Improve the VPK Program; Additional Actions Needed To Increase Program Accountability (November 2010)
Report No. 10-56 Many Florida Programs Enhance Students’ Career and College Readiness (October 2010)
Report No. 10-55 Juvenile Justice Students Face Barriers to High School Graduation and Job Training (October 2010)
Report No. 10-52 DOE Improved the Statewide Course Numbering System; Oversight and Accuracy Issues Remain (September 2010)
Report No. 10-51 Legislature Clarified Responsibility for Educating Exceptional Students in Residential Facilities (August 2010)
Report No. 10-48 Steps Taken to Improve FACTS; Better Information on Postsecondary Student Use Is Still Needed (July 2010)
Report No. 10-43 University Implementation and State Oversight of Common Program Prerequisites Has Improved (May 2010)
Report No. 10-36 Some Progress Made in Monitoring Services for Gifted Students; Additional Steps Needed (April 2010)
Report No. 10-35 Profile of Changes to Florida’s Public Career Education Program Offerings (April 2010)
Report No. 10-34 School Districts and Florida College System Institutions Frequently Change Their Career Education Programs (April 2010)
Report No. 10-26 Florida Should Not Use the Targeted Occupations Lists as the Sole Criteria to Fund Career Education Programs (March 2010)
Report No. 10-24 Funding Model for Career and Adult Education Is Reasonable but Needs Some Improvements (February 2010)
Report No. 10-18 Public Career Education Programs Differ From Private Programs on Their Admission Requirements, Costs, Financial Aid Availability, and Student Outcomes (January 2010)
Report No. 10-14 Since Implementing Statutory Changes, the State Board of Nursing Has Approved More Nursing Programs; the Legislature Should Address Implementation Issues (January 2010)
Report No. 10-12 911 Call Center Training in Florida Varies; Options Exist for Creating Minimum Standards (January 2010)
Report No. 10-07 Youth Entering the State’s Juvenile Justice Programs Have Substantial Educational Deficits; Available Data Is Insufficient to Assess Learning Gains of Students (January 2010)
Report No. 10-01 Most AA Graduates Pursue Baccalaureate Degrees, but Many Lack Information About Articulation Policies (January 2010)
Report No. 09-34 Legislature Should Examine Several Issues When Considering a Tax Credit Program for Business Donations to Public Schools (October 2009)
Report No. 09-33 Limited Information Available to Assess Statewide Demand and Outcomes for After School Programs (August 2009)
Report No. 09-31 Education Data Warehouse Serves Important Function; Project Planning and Management Need Strengthening (July 2009)
Report No. 09-30 University Students Benefit from Acceleration Courses, But Often Retake Math and Science Courses (June 2009)
Report No. 09-28 Production of Teachers Who Remain in the Classroom Varies by Preparation Program (June 2009)
Report No. 09-25 More State Direction Could Increase the Utilization of Higher Education Classrooms (April 2009)
Report No. 09-23 Strategic Plan Developed to Enhance FIRN2 Services; Contract Awarded to New Provider (April 2009)
Report No. 09-21 More Than 17% of Acceleration Courses and Exams Do Not Result in College Credit, Which Costs State Almost $6 Million (March 2009)
Report No. 09-20 State Universities Are Generally Following the Statewide Course Numbering System in Awarding Appropriate Transfer Credit (March 2009)
Report No. 09-12 Modifying Advanced Placement Program Incentive Funding Could Produce Significant Cost Savings (February 2009)
Report No. 09-11 Some Progress Achieved in Addressing Factors Contributing to Teacher Attrition (February 2009)
Report No. 09-05 Providing a Free Breakfast to All Public School Students Would Be Costly for Most School Districts (February 2009)
Report No. 09-04 School Districts’ Food Service Programs Generally Are Not Financially Self-Sufficient (January 2009)
Report No. 09-03 No Changes Are Necessary to the State’s Organization of School Nutrition Programs (January 2009)
Report No. 09-02 Best Practices Could Help School Districts Reduce Their Food Service Program Costs (January 2009)
Report No. 08-70 Student Participation in Acceleration Programs Has Increased; Legislature Has Taken Steps to Reduce Program Costs (December 2008)
Report No. 08-68 The Corporate Income Tax Credit Scholarship Program Saves State Dollars (December 2008)
Report No. 08-42 The Department of Education Has Taken Initial Steps to Improve Student Progression Data (June 2008)
Report No. 08-29 Options Exist to Address the Rising Cost of Textbooks for Florida’s College Students (April 2008)
Report No. 08-28 Volusia County School District Eligible for the State’s Seal of Best Financial Management (April 2008)
Report No. 08-27 Responsibility for the Education of Exceptional Students in Residential Treatment Facilities Needs Clarification (April 2008)
Report No. 08-26 Dividing Large Florida School Districts Would Pose Financial, Legal, Other Complex Challenges (April 2008)
Report No. 08-25 Postsecondary Student Use of the Florida Academic Counseling and Tracking for Students (FACTS) Is Low (April 2008)
Report No. 08-24 Steps Taken to Implement the Exceptional Student Education Funding Matrix, But More Monitoring Needed (April 2008)
Report No. 08-23 61% of Voluntary Prekindergarten Children Are Ready for Kindergarten; Accountability Process Needs Improvement (April 2008)
Report No. 08-16 Alternative Placements for the Correctional Education Program Would Be More Costly (March 2008)
Report No. 08-11 Inconsistent Implementation of Common Prerequisites Creates Barriers to Effective 2+2 Articulation (March 2008)
Report No. 08-04 Steps Taken to Improve Charter School Financial Management and Performance Accountability; Additional Action Needed (January 2008)
Report No. 08-03 Supplemental Report: Profiles of SUCCEED, Florida! Grant Recipients (January 2008)
Report No. 08-02 SUCCEED, Florida! Grants Show Mixed Results Under Current Funding Structure (January 2008)
Report No. 08-01 Florida’s Gifted Student Population Grew Faster Than the Overall School Enrollment (January 2008)
Report No. 07-49 Students Encounter Barriers When Transferring Credit from Non-Public Institutions to Community Colleges (December 2007)
Report No. 07-45 Increased Funding and Program Delivery Changes Aim to Increase Florida’s Teachers and Nurses (December 2007)
Report No. 07-40 Career Academy Students Perform Better Than Other Students During High School; Later Outcomes Vary (October 2007)
Report No. 07-37 Progress Report: State Policies for Excess Hours Remain Unchanged; Steps Taken to Strengthen Academic Advising (September 2007)
Report No. 07-32 Progress Report: Educators Professional Liability Insurance Program Abolished by the Legislature (June 2007)
Report No. 07-31 Half of College Students Needing Remediation Drop Out; Remediation Completers Do Almost as Well as Other Students (May 2007)
Report No. 07-29 School Districts Are Reducing Class Size in Several Ways; May Be Able to Reduce Costs (May 2007)
Report No. 07-27 High School Completion Rate Increased Slightly After FCAT Graduation Policy Implemented (April 2007)
Report No. 07-26 Progress Report: Many Options Implemented for Baccalaureate Degrees at Florida’s Community Colleges (April 2007)
Report No. 07-25 Progress Report: Steroid Education Programs Are Available, But Most School Districts Still Do Not Test (April 2007)
Report No. 07-23 Community Colleges Generally Are Consistent in Awarding College Credit for Certificate Programs (April 2007)
Report No. 07-22 Institutions Do Not Have to Accept Transfer Credit for Many of the Courses in the Statewide Course Numbering System (March 2007)
Report No. 07-19 Dissatisfaction with School Governance, Student Behavior, Parent Support, and Career Opportunities Lead to Teacher Attrition (February 2007)
Report No. 07-18 Progress Report: The Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Has Taken Steps to Improve Performance; Employment Initiative Has Not Significantly Increased Referrals (February 2007)
Report No. 07-02 17 School Districts Offered Differentiated Pay Policies to Support Staffing Needs During 2005-06 School Year (January 2007)
Report No. 07-01 Restrictive District Requirements Limited Participation in Performance Pay Systems (January 2007)
Report No. 06-75 Progress Report: Legislature Has Clarified Authority for Implementing Changes to Setting Higher Education Tuition and Fees (December 2006)
Report No. 06-73 Business Enterprise Program Needs to Modify Enterprises and Improve Vendor Training, Support, and Monitoring (December 2006)
Report No. 06-66 Third Grade Retention Policy Leading to Better Student Performance Statewide (October 2006)
Report No. 06-65 Public and Private High Schools Had About the Same Number of Student Athlete Recruiting Violations (October 2006)
Report No. 06-60 Progress Report: School Readiness Guidance and Communication Improve; Fiscal Issues, Evaluation Need Attention (August 2006)
Report No. 06-58 Progress Report: Excess Hours Cost State $62 Million Annually; University Actions May Help Address Problem (August 2006)
Report No. 06-57 Progress Report: Legislature Increases FRAG Awards; Residency Determination Rules Improved (August 2006)
Report No. 06-56 Technical Report: Most School District Career Academies Incorporated Nationally Recognized Core Elements in 2004-05 (July 2006)
Report No. 06-55 More Than Half of the State’s School Districts Have Career Academies, Most Operating in 2004-05 Incorporated Nationally Recognized Core Elements (July 2006)
Report No. 06-52 Florida’s Postsecondary Institutions Employ a Variety of Support Services for Students (June 2006)
Report No. 06-49 Progress Report: Steps Taken to Maximize Federal Revenue for Exceptional Student Education Program (May 2006)
Report No. 06-48 Student Tracking Systems Can Be Used to Enhance Graduation and Retention Rates (May 2006)
Report No. 06-44 Progress Report: Collier County School District Eligible for the State’s Seal of Best Financial Management (May 2006)
Report No. 06-43 Technical Report: Activity and Service Fee Use Varies Among State Universities and Community Colleges (May 2006)
Report No. 06-42 Student Activity and Service Fees Are Spent to Benefit the Entire Student Body (May 2006)
Report No. 06-40 Steps Can Be Taken to Reduce Remediation Rates; 78% of Community College Students, 10% of University Students Need Remediation (April 2006)
Report No. 06-36 Users Satisfied with FIRN2; Options Exist for Future Services to Educational Entities (April 2006)
Report No. 06-31 Higher Education Facility Construction Costs Are Reasonable; Some Improvements Could Maximize Use of Campus Classroom Space (March 2006)
Report No. 06-30 State Higher Education Facility Planning Process Is Designed Reasonably Well; Current Formulas May Inaccurately Portray Projected Needs (March 2006)
Report No. 06-28 Workforce Estimating Conference Potential Not Realized; Barriers Can Be Addressed (March 2006)
Report No. 06-27 State’s High School Acceleration Programs Are Funded Through a Variety of Sources (March 2006)
Report No. 06-26 Most Students Receive College Credit for Accelerated Courses; Programs Reduce University Class Time (March 2006)
Report No. 06-25 Most Acceleration Students Perform Well, But Outcomes Vary by Program Type (March 2006)
Report No. 06-24 Acceleration Programs Provide Benefits But the Costs Are Relatively Expensive (March 2006)
Report No. 06-22 Community Colleges and Universities Have Academic Freedom Policies; Relatively Few Grievances Filed (March 2006)
Report No. 06-08 Educators Professional Liability Insurance Program Provides Limited Benefits (January 2006)
Report No. 05-59 Florida’s University Graduates Tend to Stay in the State Workforce After Completing Their Degrees (December 2005)
Report No. 05-58 Individuals with Baccalaureate Degrees Have Positive Outcomes; Increasing Production in Critical Areas Poses Challenges (December 2005)
Report No. 05-52 Progress Report: Volusia County School District Making Progress, But Not Yet Eligible for the State’s Seal of Best Financial Management (November 2005)
Report No. 05-50 Progress Report: Lee County School District Has Implemented Best Practices and Is Eligible for State Seal (October 2005)
Report No. 05-48 Progress Report: Indian River County School District Has Implemented the Best Practices and Is Eligible For the State Seal (October 2005)
Report No. 05-43 Progress Report: Osceola County School District Making Progress, But Not Yet Eligible for the State’s Seal of Best Financial Management (August 2005)
Report No. 05-41 Progress Report: Department of Education Improves Rules Guiding Resident Tuition Determinations (August 2005)
Report No. 05-38 Progress Report: Florida Continues to Fund Out-of-State Students Placed in Private Residential Facilities (June 2005)
Report No. 05-34 Progress Report: Monroe County School District Making Progress, But Not Yet Eligible for the State's Seal of Best Financial Management (May 2005)
Report No. 05-31 School Districts Continue to Identify Actions to Improve School Safety Throughout State (April 2005)
Report No. 05-30 Excess Hours at Community Colleges Warrant Attention by the Department of Education and the Legislature (April 2005)
Report No. 05-26 Progress Report: Sarasota County School District Making Progress, But Not Yet Eligible for the State’s Seal of Best Financial Management (April 2005)
Report No. 05-23 Progress Report: Collier County School District Making Progress, But Not Yet Eligible for the State’s Seal of Best Financial Management (April 2005)
Report No. 05-22 Charter School Review Technical Report (April 2005)
Report No. 05-21 Charter School Performance Comparable to Other Public Schools; Stronger Accountability Needed (April 2005)
Report No. 05-20 Authorizing Community Colleges to Award Baccalaureate Degrees Is One of Several Options to Expand Access to Higher Education (April 2005)
Report No. 05-18 Progress Report: Steps Taken to Reduce Instructional Materials Costs; Additional Changes Could Benefit Districts (April 2005)
Report No. 05-16 Hillsborough County School District Has Implemented Best Practices and Is Eligible For State Seal (March 2005)
Report No. 05-14 Vocational Rehabilitation Program’s Performance Has Been Mixed Since the Abolishment of Occupational Access and Opportunity Commission (March 2005)
Report No. 05-11 Charter School Application Requirements Are Reasonable; Financial Management Problematic (March 2005)
Report No. 05-09 Florida Can Use Several Strategies to Encourage Students to Enroll in Areas of Critical Need (February 2005)
Report No. 05-08 Progress Report: Office of Student Financial Assistance Improved Some Functions, But Additional Changes Would Enhance Services (February 2005)
Report No. 05-05 Lake County School District Has Implemented Best Practices and Is Eligible For State Seal (February 2005)
Report No. 05-04 Miami-Dade County School District Making Progress But Not Yet Eligible for the State’s Seal of Best Financial Management (February 2005)
Report No. 05-02 K-8 Schools May Help School Districts Improve Student Performance (January 2005)
Report No. 04-72 Though the Option Is Available, School Districts Do Not Test Students for Steroids (October 2004)
Report No. 04-62 Progress Report: St. Lucie School District Has Implemented Best Practices and Is Eligible For State Seal (August 2004)
Report No. 04-54 The State Has Several Options Available When Considering the Funding of Higher Education (August 2004)
Report No. 04-45 Progress Report: Osceola County School District Making Progress, But Not Yet Eligible For the State’s Seal of Best Financial Management (July 2004)
Report No. 04-44 Stronger Financial Incentives Could Encourage Students to Graduate With Fewer Excess Hours (June 2004)
Report No. 04-42 Progress Report: Students Benefit from Workforce Education Programs, But Performance Can Be Improved (June 2004)
Report No. 04-41 Progress Report: K-12 Accountability System and Student Achievement Improved, But Challenges Remain (June 2004)
Report No. 04-40 Progress Report: Lee County School District Not Yet Eligible for the State's Seal of Best Financial Management (June 2004)
Report No. 04-39 Many Children Receiving Intensive Exceptional Student Education Services Are Served by Multiple Programs; No Unnecessary Duplication of Services Found (June 2004)
Report No. 04-38 Progress Report: Hillsborough County School District Making Progress, But Not Yet Eligible For the State’s Seal of Best Financial Management (June 2004)
Report No. 04-36 Teacher Compensation Varies Among School Districts, But Daily Pay Compares Well to Other Occupations (June 2004)
Report No. 04-32 Some School Districts Can Take Steps to Reduce Their Food Service Costs and Ensure Self-Sufficiency (May 2004)
Report No. 04-27 School Districts Identify Actions to Improve School Safety Through Self-Assessment (March 2004)
Report No. 04-26 With Effective Planning, Accountability, and Oversight, School Districts Can Successfully Outsource Services (March 2004)
Report No. 04-23 Most Bright Futures Scholars Perform Well and Remain Enrolled in College (March 2004)
Report No. 04-21 Progress Report: Miami-Dade County School District Not Yet Eligible for the State's Seal of Best Financial Management (March 2004)
Report No. 04-19 Workforce Development System Overview (February 2004)
Report No. 04-16 Maximizing Federal Revenue Could Help Offset Costly Services for Children with Disabilities (February 2004)
Report No. 04-12 Florida Universities’ Tuition and Fees Slightly Below Peers, But All Costs Consume a Higher Percentage of Family Median Income (February 2004)
Report No. 04-10 School Districts Can Take Steps to Substantially Reduce Their Transportation Costs (February 2004)
Report No. 03-72 Progress Report: Lake District Not Yet Eligible for the State's Seal of Best Financial Management (December 2003)
Report No. 03-70 Private Colleges and Universities Program Department of Education (December 2003)
Report No. 03-67 Best Financial Management Practices Review of the Hernando County School District (December 2003)
Report No. 03-66 Progress Report: DOE Could Do More to Reduce Costs by Improving Community Colleges’ Articulation with Universities (December 2003)
Report No. 03-63 School Safety and Security Best Practices Updated (December 2003)
Report No. 03-62 School Districts Can Take Steps to Reduce Facility Operating Costs Through Conservation, Productivity (November 2003)
Report No. 03-59 Best Financial Practices Review of the Volusia County School District (October 2003)
Report No. 03-58 Florida Could Avoid $1.5 Million Annually in ESE Costs for Out-of-State Students Who Are Placed in Private Residential Facilities (November 2003)
Report No. 03-55 Best Financial Management Practices Review of the Jefferson County School District (October 2003)
Report No. 03-54 Best Financial Management Practices Review of the Alachua County School District (October 2003)
Report No. 03-53 Best Financial Management Practices Review of the Collier County School District (October 2003)
Report No. 03-51 Progress Report: Agency Implements Recommendations to Improve Vocational Rehabilitation Services (September 2003)
Report No. 03-50 Progress Report: Blind Babies Program Improves Several Primary Functions, But Monitoring Is Still Weak (September 2003)
Report No. 03-49 Best Financial Management Practices Review of the Gadsden County School District Review (September 2003)
Report No. 03-47 Compilationof College Affordability Data for Students Who Applied for Federal Aid (August 2003)
Report No. 03-46 Jobs for Florida's Graduates Program Generally Meets State Performance Standard (August 2003)
Report No. 03-44 Best Financial Management Practices Review of the Indian River School District Review (August 2003)
Report No. 03-42 Best Financial Management Practices Review of the Monroe County School District (August 2003)
Report No. 03-41 Best Financial Management Practices Review of the Duval County School District (August 2003)
Report No. 03-40 Exceptional Student Education Population Grows Dramatically; More Accountability and Better Training Needed to Implement Funding Matrix (July 2003)
Report No. 03-39 Best Financial Management Practices Review of the Bradford County School District (July 2003)
Report No. 03-37 Best Financial Management Practices Review of the Franklin County School District (July 2003)
Report No. 03-35 Best Financial Management Practices Review of the Wakulla County School District (June 2003)
Report No. 03-34 Best Financial Management Practices Review of the Sarasota County School District (June 2003)
Report No. 03-33 College Attendance Costs Vary and Result From Higher Tuition, Room, and Board (June 2003)
Report No. 03-31 Voluntary Bright Futures Scholarship Testing Program Would Reduce Costs (April 2003)
Report No. 03-29 Non-Residents Qualify Too Easily for Much Lower Resident Tuition Rates (March 2003)
Report No. 03-28 K-12 Textbook Approach Needs District Flexibility and Publisher Accountability (April 2003)
Report No. 03-26 Best Financial Management Practices Review of the St. Lucie Couonty School District (April 2003)
Report No. 03-23 Progress Report: Florida Virtural School Reaching More Students; Should Align Performance Measures and Mission (March 2003)
Report No. 03-17 Bright Futures Contributes to Improved College Preparation, Affordability, and Enrollment (February 2003)
Report No. 03-16 Office of Student Financial Assistance Generally Performs Well, But Performance Measurement and Default Prevention Should Be Improved (February 2003)
Report No. 02-63 School Safety and Security Best Practices Approved by the Commissioner of Education (December 2002)
Report No. 02-58 Best Financial Management Practices Review of the Lee County School District (November 2002)
Report No. 02-53 Best Financial Management Practices Review of the Okaloosa County School District (October 2002)
Report No. 02-49 School Districts Identify a Variety of Ways to Improve Safety in Schools (September 2002)
Report No. 02-45 Best Financial Management Practices Review of the Osceola County School District (August 2002)
Report No. 02-43 Best Financial Management Practices Review of the Santa Rosa County School District (August 2002)
Report No. 02-40 Special Examination of the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (July 2002)
Report No. 02-39 Best Financial Management Practices Review of the Hillsborough County School District (July 2002)
Report No. 02-36 Apprenticeship Program Is Beneficial, But Its Ability to Meet State Demands Is Limited (June 2002)
Report No. 02-33 Adult General Education Performance Improves; However, Placement Rates Need Improvement and the State's Residency Policy Needs Definition (June 2002)
Report No. 02-32 Workforce Development Education Program (May 2002)
Report No. 02-30 Progress Report: Manatee School District Makes Substantial Improvements and Is Now Eligible for Seal of Best Financial Management (May 2002)
Report No. 02-25 Best Financial Management Practices Review of the Miami-Dade County School District (April 2002)
Report No. 02-23 Palm Beach School Board Acquisition of Relocatable Classrooms Examined, April 2002 (April 2002)
Report No. 02-22 Progress Report: Charter School Management Strengthened, But Improved Academic Accountability Needed (March 2002)
Report No. 02-12 Jobs for Florida's Graduates Program Becomes Independent and Its Performance Improves (February 2002)
Report No. 02-06 Responsibilities Not Fulfilled by Occupational Access and Opportunity Commission; Program Performance Declines (January 2002)
Report No. 02-05 Articulation Works for Most Community College Transfer Students, But Some Problems Continue (January 2002)
Report No. 01-68 Best Financial Management Practices Review: Lake County School District (December 2001)
Report No. 01-58 Progress Report: Most Recommendations on School Principal Training Implemented by Legislature and DOE (November 2001)
Report No. 01-57 School Safety and Security Best Practices Approved by the Commission of Education (November 2001)
Report No. 01-56 Workforce Development Education Program, Florida Department of Education (November 2001)
Report No. 01-42 Blind Babies Program Not Effectively Implemented; Continued Funding by State Cannot Be Justified (September 2001)
Report No. 01-28 State University System Florida Department of Education (May 2001)
Report No. 01-26 Land Acquisition Practices of the Miami-Dade County School District (May 2001)
Report No. 01-23 Overview of Florida's Best Financial Management Practices Program for School Districts (April 2001)
Report No. 01-22 Kindergarten Through Twelfth Grade Public Education Program (April 2001)
Report No. 01-19 Jobs for Florida's Graduates Program Appears to Be Improving Its Performance (March 2001)
Report No. 01-09 Progress Report: Manatee District Not Yet Eligible for the State's Seal of Best Financial Management (February 2001)
Report No. 00-09 Hillsborough School District Saves $18.7 Million by Implementing Review Recommendations (September 2000)
Report No. 00-08 Florida On-Line School Should Improve Its Accountability and Access Processes (September 2000)
Report No. 00-07 Progress Report: Florida Actions Should Improve Student Performance in High-Poverty Schools (August 2000)
Report No. 00-06 Lee County School District Saves $12.6 Million by Implementing Review Recommendations (August 2000)
Report No. 00-05 Hamilton School District Saves $550,312 by Implementing Review Recommendations (August 2000)
Report No. 99-BSDPR Broward County School District Performance Review (April 1999)
Report No. 99-56 Progress Report: Many Steps Taken to Improve Education at Florida's Juvenile Justice Facilities (June 2000)
Report No. 99-49 Progress Report: Fewer Teacher Certification Staff Needed Because of Streamlining and Technology (April 2000)
Report No. 99-48 Charter Schools Need Improved Academic Accountability and Financial Management (April 2000)
Report No. 99-41 Progress Report: DBPR Assumes Regulation of Educational Building Code Inspectors (March 2000)
Report No. 99-34 Review of the Workforce Development System (February 2000)
Report No. 99-26 Management Training Act Should Be Revised (January 2000)
Report No. 99-25 Jobs for Florida's Graduates Needs to Correct Start-Up Problems to Meet Statutory Goals (January 2000)
Report No. 99-19 Progress Report: State's Testing Participation Goal Unmet in Fast-Growing Exceptional Education Program (December 1999)
Report No. 99-18 Progress Report: Review of the Potential for Privatizing Student Transportation (December 1999)
Report No. 99-07 Digest of the Combined Performance Review and Best Financial Management Practice Review Brevard County School District (August 1999)
Report No. 99-04 Digest of the Combined Performance Review and Best Financial Management Practice Review Martin County School District (August 1999)
Report No. 98-OSDPR Orange County School District Performance Review (March 1998)
Report No. 98-GSDPR Glades County School District Performance Review (May 1998)
Report No. 98-CSDPR Clay County School District Performance Review (March 1998)
Report No. 98-84 Best Financial Management Practice Review Polk County School District (June 1999)
Report No. 98-50 Follow-Up Report on Florida's Indoor Air Quality Programs (February 1999)
Report No. 98-38 Follow-Up Review of Early Education and Child Care Programs (January 1999)
Report No. 98-28 Review of Education Services in Juvenile Justice Residential Facilities (December 1998)
Report No. 98-19A Digest Best Financial Management Practice Review Manatee County School District (October 1998)
Report No. 98-19 Best Financial Management Practice Review Manatee County School District (October 1998)
Report No. 98-18 Status Report on the School District Performance Review Program (October 1998)
Report No. 98-07 Community College Revenues and Expenditures (August 1998)
Report No. 98-06A Program Evaluation & Justification Review Florida's Community College System (August 1998)
Report No. 98-05 Follow-Up Report on Florida's Eminent Scholar and Major Gift Challenge Grant Programs (August 1998)
Report No. 97-LSDPR Lee County School District Performance Review (May 1997)
Report No. 97-HSDPR Hillsborough County School District Performance Review (June 1997)
Report No. 97-HASDPR Hamilton County School District Performance Review (May 1997)
Report No. 97-70 Follow-Up Report on the Review of the Implementation and Impact of Blueprint 2000 Administered by the Department of Education (April 1998)
Report No. 97-46 Follow-Up Report on Florida's Teacher Certification System Administered by the Department of Education (February 1998)
Report No. 97-44 Review of the Potential for Privatizing Student Transportation (February 1998)
Report No. 97-35 Public Schools and Performance-Based Program Budgeting: Challenges and Opportunities (January 1998)
Report No. 97-34 Best Financial Management Practices Self-Assessment Instrument for Florida School Districts (January 1998)
Report No. 97-33 Indicators for Florida School District Best Financial Management Practices (January 1998)
Report No. 97-08 Best Financial Management Practices for Florida School Districts (October 1997)
Report No. 96-86 Improving Student Performance in High-Poverty Schools (June 1997)
Report No. 96-83 Review of the Exceptional Student Education Program Administered by the Department of Education (April 1997)
Report No. 96-73 Information Brief State-Level Cost Estimate of Administering the Florida Education Finance Program (March 1997)
Report No. 96-65 A Review of the Department of Education's Use of Resources (March 1997)
Report No. 96-54 Follow-up Report on the Review of the Job Training Partnership Act (February 1997)
Report No. 96-52 Review of the Decentralization of the Teacher Certification Renewal Process (February 1997)
Report No. 96-36 Review of the Decentralization of the Educational Facility Construction Review Process (January 1997)
Report No. 96-32 Review of Florida's Indoor Air Quality Programs (January 1997)
Report No. 96-06 Review of Florida's K-12 Gifted Program Part II (September 1996)
Report No. 95-54 Supplementary Report on the Implementation and Impact of Blueprint 2000 in Five School Districts and Nineteen Schools Evaluated (April 1996)
Report No. 95-53 Review of the Implementation and Impact of Blueprint 2000 Administered by the Department of Education (April 1996)
Report No. 95-50 Florida's Education Funding System (April 1996)
Report No. 95-45 Information Brief of Florida's K-12 Gifted Program (March 1996)
Report No. 95-43 Florida's Education Finance System Compared to Other States (March 1996)
Report No. 95-25 Review of the Postsecondary Vocational Programs (January 1996)
Report No. 95-24 Employment Training Programs: Varied Purposes and Varied Performance (January 1996)
Report No. 95-10 Review of Florida's Teacher Certification System Administered by the Department of Education (October 1995)
Report No. 94-41 Performance Review of the Job Training Partnership Act Administered by the Department of Labor and Employment Security (March 1995)
Report No. 94-27 Review of Early Education and Child Care Programs: A Fourteen-County Perspective (January 1995)
Report No. 94-25 Performance Review of the Early Education and Child Care Programs Administered by the Florida Department of Education and the Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services (December 1994)
Report No. 94-23 Performance Audit of the Division of Blind Services Administered by the Department of Education (December 1994)
Report No. 12246 Technical Report of the Implementation of a System of School Improvement and Accountability (BLUEPRINT 2000) by Five Selected School Districts (February 1994)
Report No. 12245 Review of the Implementation of a System of School Improvement and Accountability (BLUEPRINT 2000) By Five Selected School Districts (February 1994)
Report No. 12244 Review of the State's Activities to Facilitate and Oversee the Implementation of a System of School Improvement and Accountability (BLUEPRINT 2000) by the Department of Education and the Florida Commission on Education Reform and Accountability (February 1994)
Report No. 12243 Overview of the Implementation of a System of School Improvement and Accountability (BLUEPRINT 2000) (February 1994)
Report No. 12230 Performance Audit of the Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind (January 1994)
Report No. 94-09 Blueprint 2000 Detailed Background Report on Five School Districts and Twenty-two Schools Evaluated (October 1994)
Report No. 94-08 A Review of the Implementation of Blueprint 2000: A Mid-Year Review, 1993-94 (October 1994)
Report No. 94-06 Program Evaluation and Justification Review of the Design and Construction of Educational Facilities Administered by the Department of Education (October 1994)

Florida College System
Report No. 10-52 DOE Improved the Statewide Course Numbering System; Oversight and Accuracy Issues Remain (September 2010)
Report No. 10-35 Profile of Changes to Florida’s Public Career Education Program Offerings (April 2010)
Report No. 09-25 More State Direction Could Increase the Utilization of Higher Education Classrooms (April 2009)
Report No. 08-29 Options Exist to Address the Rising Cost of Textbooks for Florida’s College Students (April 2008)
Report No. 07-45 Increased Funding and Program Delivery Changes Aim to Increase Florida’s Teachers and Nurses (December 2007)
Report No. 07-31 Half of College Students Needing Remediation Drop Out; Remediation Completers Do Almost as Well as Other Students (May 2007)
Report No. 07-23 Community Colleges Generally Are Consistent in Awarding College Credit for Certificate Programs (April 2007)
Report No. 07-22 Institutions Do Not Have to Accept Transfer Credit for Many of the Courses in the Statewide Course Numbering System (March 2007)
Report No. 06-52 Florida’s Postsecondary Institutions Employ a Variety of Support Services for Students (June 2006)
Report No. 06-48 Student Tracking Systems Can Be Used to Enhance Graduation and Retention Rates (May 2006)
Report No. 06-43 Technical Report: Activity and Service Fee Use Varies Among State Universities and Community Colleges (May 2006)
Report No. 06-42 Student Activity and Service Fees Are Spent to Benefit the Entire Student Body (May 2006)
Report No. 06-40 Steps Can Be Taken to Reduce Remediation Rates; 78% of Community College Students, 10% of University Students Need Remediation (April 2006)
Report No. 06-22 Community Colleges and Universities Have Academic Freedom Policies; Relatively Few Grievances Filed (March 2006)
Report No. 05-09 Florida Can Use Several Strategies to Encourage Students to Enroll in Areas of Critical Need (February 2005)
Report No. 04-54 The State Has Several Options Available When Considering the Funding of Higher Education (August 2004)
Report No. 04-44 Stronger Financial Incentives Could Encourage Students to Graduate With Fewer Excess Hours (June 2004)
Report No. 03-33 College Attendance Costs Vary and Result From Higher Tuition, Room, and Board (June 2003)
Report No. 03-16 Office of Student Financial Assistance Generally Performs Well, But Performance Measurement and Default Prevention Should Be Improved (February 2003)
Report No. 02-36 Apprenticeship Program Is Beneficial, But Its Ability to Meet State Demands Is Limited (June 2002)
Report No. 01-56 Workforce Development Education Program, Florida Department of Education (November 2001)
Report No. 01-30 Progress Report: Community College Budget Incentives and Interagency Articulation Improve, But Graduation Rates Still Inflated (June 2001)
Report No. 99-34 Review of the Workforce Development System (February 2000)
Report No. 98-07 Community College Revenues and Expenditures (August 1998)
Report No. 98-06A Program Evaluation & Justification Review Florida's Community College System (August 1998)
Report No. 97-49 Review of the Community College System's Performance-Based Program Budgeting Measures and Incentive Fund (February 1998)
Report No. 95-25 Review of the Postsecondary Vocational Programs (January 1996)
Report No. 95-24 Employment Training Programs: Varied Purposes and Varied Performance (January 1996)
Report No. 12146 Assessment of the State Community College System Accountability Plan (July 1993)

Governor, Executive Office of the
Report No. 06-28 Workforce Estimating Conference Potential Not Realized; Barriers Can Be Addressed (March 2006)
Report No. 99-34 Review of the Workforce Development System (February 2000)
Report No. 98-03 Follow-Up Report on the Enterprise Florida Jobs and Education Partnership (July 1998)
Report No. 96-54 Follow-up Report on the Review of the Job Training Partnership Act (February 1997)
Report No. 95-16 Review of Enterprise Florida Jobs and Education Partnership (December 1995)
Report No. 94-41 Performance Review of the Job Training Partnership Act Administered by the Department of Labor and Employment Security (March 1995)

Health Care Administration, Agency for
Report No. 10-51 Legislature Clarified Responsibility for Educating Exceptional Students in Residential Facilities (August 2010)
Report No. 06-49 Progress Report: Steps Taken to Maximize Federal Revenue for Exceptional Student Education Program (May 2006)
Report No. 04-39 Many Children Receiving Intensive Exceptional Student Education Services Are Served by Multiple Programs; No Unnecessary Duplication of Services Found (June 2004)
Report No. 04-16 Maximizing Federal Revenue Could Help Offset Costly Services for Children with Disabilities (February 2004)

Health, Department of
Report No. 14-10 Supplemental Report: Florida Nursing Education Programs 2012-13 (May 2014)
Report No. 14-03 Florida’s Nursing Education Programs Continued to Expand in 2013, While Licensure Exams Passage Rates of New Programs Declined (January 2014)
Report No. 13-09 Supplemental Report: Florida Nursing Education Programs 2011-12 (June 2013)
Report No. 13-03 Florida’s Nursing Education Programs Continued to Expand in 2012 with Increases in Program Capacity, Student Enrollment, and Graduates (January 2013)
Report No. 12-07 Supplemental Report: Florida Nursing Education Programs 2010-2011 (May 2012)
Report No. 12-04 Florida’s Nursing Education Programs Continued to Expand in 2011 with Significant Increases in Student Enrollment and Graduates (January 2012)
Report No. 11-18 Supplemental Report: Florida Nursing Education Programs 2009-10 (May 2011)
Report No. 11-06 Board of Nursing Addressed Statutory Changes; Nursing Program Capacity Expanded in 2009-10 (January 2011)
Report No. 10-14 Since Implementing Statutory Changes, the State Board of Nursing Has Approved More Nursing Programs; the Legislature Should Address Implementation Issues (January 2010)
Report No. 10-12 911 Call Center Training in Florida Varies; Options Exist for Creating Minimum Standards (January 2010)
Report No. 05-09 Florida Can Use Several Strategies to Encourage Students to Enroll in Areas of Critical Need (February 2005)
Report No. 04-39 Many Children Receiving Intensive Exceptional Student Education Services Are Served by Multiple Programs; No Unnecessary Duplication of Services Found (June 2004)
Report No. 04-16 Maximizing Federal Revenue Could Help Offset Costly Services for Children with Disabilities (February 2004)
Report No. 98-50 Follow-Up Report on Florida's Indoor Air Quality Programs (February 1999)
Report No. 96-32 Review of Florida's Indoor Air Quality Programs (January 1997)

Juvenile Justice, Department of
Report No. 10-55 Juvenile Justice Students Face Barriers to High School Graduation and Job Training (October 2010)
Report No. 10-51 Legislature Clarified Responsibility for Educating Exceptional Students in Residential Facilities (August 2010)
Report No. 10-07 Youth Entering the State’s Juvenile Justice Programs Have Substantial Educational Deficits; Available Data Is Insufficient to Assess Learning Gains of Students (January 2010)
Report No. 08-27 Responsibility for the Education of Exceptional Students in Residential Treatment Facilities Needs Clarification (April 2008)
Report No. 99-56 Progress Report: Many Steps Taken to Improve Education at Florida's Juvenile Justice Facilities (June 2000)
Report No. 98-28 Review of Education Services in Juvenile Justice Residential Facilities (December 1998)

Lottery, Department of the
Report No. 14-06 Lottery Transfers Have Recovered; Options Remain to Enhance Transfers (January 2014)
Report No. 13-02 Lottery Revenue Has Increased Over the Past Year; Options Remain to Enhance Transfers (January 2013)
Report No. 12-05 Recovery Expected in Lottery Revenue; Options Remain to Enhance Transfers (February 2012)
Report No. 11-12 Lottery Profits Decline; Options Available to Enhance Transfers to Education (March 2011)
Report No. 10-17 Lottery Jackpots, Retailer Density, and Advertising Drive Transfers to Education (January 2010)
Report No. 09-14 Lottery Profits Are Slowing with Economic Downturn; Advertising Services and Retailer Commission Rates Need to Be Addressed (March 2009)
Report No. 08-19 Lottery Profits Continue to Increase; Options Available to Enhance Transfers to Education (April 2008)
Report No. 07-09 Lottery Scratch-Off Sales Increase; Options Available to Enhance Transfers to Education (February 2007)
Report No. 06-04 Florida’s Lottery Responding to Revenue, Efficiency, and Minority Retailer Challenges (January 2006)
Report No. 02-11 Sale of Lottery Products Program, Department of the Lottery (February 2002)

Management Services, Department of
Report No. 10-12 911 Call Center Training in Florida Varies; Options Exist for Creating Minimum Standards (January 2010)
Report No. 09-23 Strategic Plan Developed to Enhance FIRN2 Services; Contract Awarded to New Provider (April 2009)
Report No. 07-32 Progress Report: Educators Professional Liability Insurance Program Abolished by the Legislature (June 2007)
Report No. 06-08 Educators Professional Liability Insurance Program Provides Limited Benefits (January 2006)

Multi-Agency
Report No. 14-08 Florida’s Graduate Medical Education System (February 2014)
Report No. 99-34 Review of the Workforce Development System (February 2000)

Persons with Disabilities, Agency for
Report No. 10-51 Legislature Clarified Responsibility for Educating Exceptional Students in Residential Facilities (August 2010)
Report No. 08-27 Responsibility for the Education of Exceptional Students in Residential Treatment Facilities Needs Clarification (April 2008)
Report No. 07-18 Progress Report: The Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Has Taken Steps to Improve Performance; Employment Initiative Has Not Significantly Increased Referrals (February 2007)
Report No. 05-14 Vocational Rehabilitation Program’s Performance Has Been Mixed Since the Abolishment of Occupational Access and Opportunity Commission (March 2005)

Revenue, Department of
Report No. 09-34 Legislature Should Examine Several Issues When Considering a Tax Credit Program for Business Donations to Public Schools (October 2009)

School Districts
Report No. 11-24 Some States Allow School Districts to Charge Parents for School Bus Transportation or to Advertise in or on School Buses to Raise Additional Revenue (December 2011)
Report No. 10-24 Funding Model for Career and Adult Education Is Reasonable but Needs Some Improvements (February 2010)
Report No. 08-28 Volusia County School District Eligible for the State’s Seal of Best Financial Management (April 2008)
Report No. 07-01 Restrictive District Requirements Limited Participation in Performance Pay Systems (January 2007)
Report No. 06-44 Progress Report: Collier County School District Eligible for the State’s Seal of Best Financial Management (May 2006)
Report No. 05-52 Progress Report: Volusia County School District Making Progress, But Not Yet Eligible for the State’s Seal of Best Financial Management (November 2005)
Report No. 05-50 Progress Report: Lee County School District Has Implemented Best Practices and Is Eligible for State Seal (October 2005)
Report No. 05-48 Progress Report: Indian River County School District Has Implemented the Best Practices and Is Eligible For the State Seal (October 2005)
Report No. 05-43 Progress Report: Osceola County School District Making Progress, But Not Yet Eligible for the State’s Seal of Best Financial Management (August 2005)
Report No. 05-34 Progress Report: Monroe County School District Making Progress, But Not Yet Eligible for the State's Seal of Best Financial Management (May 2005)
Report No. 05-26 Progress Report: Sarasota County School District Making Progress, But Not Yet Eligible for the State’s Seal of Best Financial Management (April 2005)
Report No. 05-23 Progress Report: Collier County School District Making Progress, But Not Yet Eligible for the State’s Seal of Best Financial Management (April 2005)
Report No. 05-16 Hillsborough County School District Has Implemented Best Practices and Is Eligible For State Seal (March 2005)
Report No. 05-05 Lake County School District Has Implemented Best Practices and Is Eligible For State Seal (February 2005)
Report No. 05-04 Miami-Dade County School District Making Progress But Not Yet Eligible for the State’s Seal of Best Financial Management (February 2005)
Report No. 04-62 Progress Report: St. Lucie School District Has Implemented Best Practices and Is Eligible For State Seal (August 2004)
Report No. 04-45 Progress Report: Osceola County School District Making Progress, But Not Yet Eligible For the State’s Seal of Best Financial Management (July 2004)
Report No. 04-40 Progress Report: Lee County School District Not Yet Eligible for the State's Seal of Best Financial Management (June 2004)
Report No. 04-38 Progress Report: Hillsborough County School District Making Progress, But Not Yet Eligible For the State’s Seal of Best Financial Management (June 2004)
Report No. 04-21 Progress Report: Miami-Dade County School District Not Yet Eligible for the State's Seal of Best Financial Management (March 2004)
Report No. 03-72 Progress Report: Lake District Not Yet Eligible for the State's Seal of Best Financial Management (December 2003)
Report No. 03-67 Best Financial Management Practices Review of the Hernando County School District (December 2003)
Report No. 03-59 Best Financial Practices Review of the Volusia County School District (October 2003)
Report No. 03-55 Best Financial Management Practices Review of the Jefferson County School District (October 2003)
Report No. 03-54 Best Financial Management Practices Review of the Alachua County School District (October 2003)
Report No. 03-53 Best Financial Management Practices Review of the Collier County School District (October 2003)
Report No. 03-49 Best Financial Management Practices Review of the Gadsden County School District Review (September 2003)
Report No. 03-44 Best Financial Management Practices Review of the Indian River School District Review (August 2003)
Report No. 03-42 Best Financial Management Practices Review of the Monroe County School District (August 2003)
Report No. 03-41 Best Financial Management Practices Review of the Duval County School District (August 2003)
Report No. 03-39 Best Financial Management Practices Review of the Bradford County School District (July 2003)
Report No. 03-37 Best Financial Management Practices Review of the Franklin County School District (July 2003)
Report No. 03-35 Best Financial Management Practices Review of the Wakulla County School District (June 2003)
Report No. 03-34 Best Financial Management Practices Review of the Sarasota County School District (June 2003)
Report No. 03-26 Best Financial Management Practices Review of the St. Lucie Couonty School District (April 2003)
Report No. 02-58 Best Financial Management Practices Review of the Lee County School District (November 2002)
Report No. 02-53 Best Financial Management Practices Review of the Okaloosa County School District (October 2002)
Report No. 02-45 Best Financial Management Practices Review of the Osceola County School District (August 2002)
Report No. 02-43 Best Financial Management Practices Review of the Santa Rosa County School District (August 2002)
Report No. 02-39 Best Financial Management Practices Review of the Hillsborough County School District (July 2002)
Report No. 02-30 Progress Report: Manatee School District Makes Substantial Improvements and Is Now Eligible for Seal of Best Financial Management (May 2002)
Report No. 02-25 Best Financial Management Practices Review of the Miami-Dade County School District (April 2002)
Report No. 01-68 Best Financial Management Practices Review: Lake County School District (December 2001)
Report No. 00-09 Hillsborough School District Saves $18.7 Million by Implementing Review Recommendations (September 2000)
Report No. 00-06 Lee County School District Saves $12.6 Million by Implementing Review Recommendations (August 2000)
Report No. 00-05 Hamilton School District Saves $550,312 by Implementing Review Recommendations (August 2000)
Report No. 00-02 Lake County School District Needs Better Planning and Communication to Address Budget Problems (August 2000)
Report No. 99-BSDPR Broward County School District Performance Review (April 1999)
Report No. 99-07 Digest of the Combined Performance Review and Best Financial Management Practice Review Brevard County School District (August 1999)
Report No. 99-04 Digest of the Combined Performance Review and Best Financial Management Practice Review Martin County School District (August 1999)
Report No. 98-OSDPR Orange County School District Performance Review (March 1998)
Report No. 98-GSDPR Glades County School District Performance Review (May 1998)
Report No. 98-CSDPR Clay County School District Performance Review (March 1998)
Report No. 98-84 Best Financial Management Practice Review Polk County School District (June 1999)
Report No. 98-19A Digest Best Financial Management Practice Review Manatee County School District (October 1998)
Report No. 98-19 Best Financial Management Practice Review Manatee County School District (October 1998)
Report No. 97-LSDPR Lee County School District Performance Review (May 1997)
Report No. 97-HSDPR Hillsborough County School District Performance Review (June 1997)
Report No. 97-HASDPR Hamilton County School District Performance Review (May 1997)
Report No. 97-70 Follow-Up Report on the Review of the Implementation and Impact of Blueprint 2000 Administered by the Department of Education (April 1998)
Report No. 97-34 Best Financial Management Practices Self-Assessment Instrument for Florida School Districts (January 1998)
Report No. 97-33 Indicators for Florida School District Best Financial Management Practices (January 1998)
Report No. 97-08 Best Financial Management Practices for Florida School Districts (October 1997)
Report No. 95-54 Supplementary Report on the Implementation and Impact of Blueprint 2000 in Five School Districts and Nineteen Schools Evaluated (April 1996)
Report No. 95-53 Review of the Implementation and Impact of Blueprint 2000 Administered by the Department of Education (April 1996)
Report No. 12246 Technical Report of the Implementation of a System of School Improvement and Accountability (BLUEPRINT 2000) by Five Selected School Districts (February 1994)
Report No. 94-09 Blueprint 2000 Detailed Background Report on Five School Districts and Twenty-two Schools Evaluated (October 1994)
Report No. 94-08 A Review of the Implementation of Blueprint 2000: A Mid-Year Review, 1993-94 (October 1994)