The Florida Civic Literacy Exam is a required test that assesses knowledge of civic literacy. Civic literacy is the essential knowledge, skills, and understanding needed to actively participate in democratic processes, engage with societal issues, and make informed decisions as responsible citizens. The Florida Civic Literacy Exam can be taken at the Placement and Assessment Center (located in K-05 on the Northwest Campus).
Besides the official sample items, there are no specific, tailored resources for the FCLE. However, there are many supplemental resources on American government and history that will help prepare you. Additionally, because the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Naturalization Test serves as the foundation for the Florida Civic Literacy Examination, resources for that test will also be helpful.
These books may be found on the third floor of the Library and students may check them out for four weeks with an SF ID card. Use the listed call numbers to locate the books.
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