The Florida Department of Education released Monday the results of end-of-course assessments (EOC) exams for Algebra 1, Biology 1, Geometry, and U.S. History.

South Florida's school districts improved in student performance on the EOCs.

Miami-Dade County is one of 13 districts in the state to improve from 2013 in all four assessment areas released today. 

U.S. History scores jumped 13 percentage points, Geometry scores increased by four percentage points and both Algebra 1 and Biology 1 scores went up three percentage points.

Broward County increased from 2013 in two of four assessment areas released today, including U.S. History scores improving by eight percentage points.

Overall, statewide student achievement improved in all of the EOC assessment areas released today. 

Compared to last year, students improved in U.S. History by 10 percentage points, followed by a two percentage point increase in Biology 1 and a one percentage point increase in both Algebra 1 and Geometry.

For details and full results, click here.