Florida’s school system ranked No. 1 in the nation for reading and mathematics, according to a new analysis by Axios.

The state’s school districts, in particular, rank among the top 10 states in math, reading, science, and social studies.

Florida has a growing population, and as the state’s population grows, the state needs more and better schools to meet the demand.

Florida’s ranking is based on the number of students who have been assigned to each grade level.

Florida, with an enrollment of 3.5 million students, has a population of more than 9 million, according the U.S. Census Bureau.

The average teacher’s pay in Florida is $60,400.

The district with the highest average teacher pay in 2016 is St. Thomas Aquinas.

St. Thomas is the only district in the state to have a majority African American student body.

The school system’s demographics are largely Hispanic, with the majority of the students in St. Lawrence, according data from the Florida Department of Education.

In the 2017-2018 school year, there were 2,829 students in the school district.

About 2.7 percent of students are Hispanic, according government data.

St. Louis is the state with the lowest Hispanic enrollment of any district.

According to the Census Bureau, there are 3.6 million Hispanic residents in Florida, including 1.6 percent of the population.

In 2018, the school districts with the largest Hispanic population in the county had the lowest average teacher salary in the entire state.

The median salary for a teacher in St Louis was $57,400 in 2017-18.

In St. Petersburg, the average salary for an assistant teacher was $51,900 in 2017.

The St. Johns district had the highest percentage of students in kindergarten and third grade who were Hispanic in the Florida system.

In 2017-19, the district had 5 percent of its students in fourth grade and 8 percent of their students in fifth grade.

In 2016-17, the St. John’s district had a student population of 5,082 students, and in 2015-16, there was a student-to-teacher ratio of 3-to1.

The Florida Department on Aging had the largest student population among all districts in Florida in the 2016-2017 school year.

The average salary of a teacher for a district with a population greater than 100,000 in Florida was $65,900, according Axios’ analysis.

The salary of an assistant, assistant teacher, and substitute teacher in the district was $50,800.

The District of Columbia has the lowest teacher salary for districts in the United States, according its most recent data.

In fact, the highest paid district in Florida for the 2016 school year was the City of Jacksonville, with $53,100, according state data.