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Grade 9-12

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FLORIDA SCIENCE STANDARDS
SECONDARY BODIES OF KNOWLEDGE

These Bodies of Knowledge (BOK) do not represent courses. Courses such as Physics, Chemistry, or Biology will be developed from these standards, and individual courses may have standards from more than one BOK.

The * (sunbursts) denote benchmarks that include content that all students should know and be able to do. These benchmarks are considered to be appropriate for statewide assessment or end of course exams. There are some Florida science courses with curriculum defined by other organizations (such as College Board for Advanced Placement Physics or International Baccalaureate science courses). Access points have been developed for the sunburst benchmarks in the BOK's of Nature of Science, Earth and Space Science, Physical Science, and Life Science.

The benchmarks shown with a background green color are those which are considered appropriate to an Environmental Science course.

Benchmark Coding Scheme

SC.

912.

N.

1.

1

Subject

Grade Level

Body of Knowledge

Standard

Benchmark

Body of Knowledge Key:
N ~ Nature of Science
E ~ Earth and Space Science
P ~ Physical Science
L ~ Life Science

Note that selecting and clicking on the Benchmark Code will display the General Information page from the Florida State Standards. Use of a "back button" will return you to the position on this Foundation's website.

Benchmark Links

Each benchmark has a box underneath it's description.

"Local page:" indicates reference to a page of this Foundation's website.
"Remote page:" indicates reference to a page on another website. Simply cursor over blue text and click as it becomes underlined to go to the selected page relevant to the benchmark. Using the back button successively will return to the benchmark of interest. Text book references could also appear as "Textbook page:", for example. Sometimes a narrative explanation may also be shown.

Please also see the Networking feature.

News and Views
News Items

November 30, 2013
On environment, shortsightedness costs Florida big.
Scott Maxwell, Taking Names.
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October 9, 2013
Fuel Cell Today analysis.
The Fuel Cell Industry Review 2013.
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September 25, 2013
Fuel Cell Today analysis.
The Potential for Fuel Cell Prime Power in Japan.
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August 1, 2013
Duke Energy to cancel proposed Levy County nuclear plant.
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May 22, 2013
Fuel Cell Today analysis.
Electrolysers for Renewable Energy Efficiency.
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March 13, 2013
Beyond Electricity: Using Renewables Effectively.
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September 24, 2012
Sewer Systems Legal Filing.
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February 1, 2012
Fuel Cell Today update.
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January 13, 2012
Sewer Agenda.
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December 23, 2011
Scientist: Water account overdrawn.
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Novemver 14, 2011
Submission to the Citrus County Commissioner, 14 November, 2011.
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