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 What Do I Need to Know About the Civics EOC Assessment?

The Civics EOC Assessment measures student achievement of the Next Generation Sunshine State Standards (NGSSS), as outlined in the U.S. History course description for:

  • M/J Civics 2106010
  • M/J Civics, Advanced 2106020

The Civics EOC Assessment is a computer-based best (CBT).
The assessment is given in one 160-minutes session.
A 10-minute break will be given after 80 minutes.
Any student not finished by the end of 160-minutes may continue working but must complete the test within the same school day.

Where Can I Find Practice Assessments?

You may find practice assessments at the state online test platform at:
http://www.FLAssessments.com/ePAT

Where Can I Find Other Valuable Civics Resources for Students?

Florida Department of Education: Florida Students Educational Resources for Learning

Library of Congress Civics and Government Resources for Students

iCivics, Justice Sandra Day O’Connor’s website providing students with the tools they for active participation and democratic action

Civics Resources for Students from Scholastic

American Civic Knowledge Survey

Everfi Commons Digital Town Square

Commons – Digital Town Square™- EverFi’s new civic learning platform, utilizes real- world engagement, games, and social interaction to stimulate civic participation in the 21st century.
Commons is both standards-based and student-focused, with learning activities aligned to the Common Core State Standards for literacy in History and Social Studies. Content topics are taken from state standards for civics, government, and social studies.

Code: 68a87600 (case sensitive)
Go to www.everfi.com/login
Click “signup” on the top right
Enter the access code and click “I’m a student”
Complete the information (email is optional)