Just as school let's out for Duval County students... FCAT scores are in. And the results for Northeast Florida are mixed. The number of students who passed the state exam, actually increased in every county EXCEPT Duval. Channel 4's Kumasi Aaron talked to our school superintendent and joins us now in studio. Kumasi, what is Doctor Nikolai Vitti saying about these results. 3 Dr. Vitti says his reaction is mixed there's a little disappointment because he was hoping for bigger gains.So now there are quite a few students who did not pass the FCAT and their parents are wondering what's next. 3 RAMON TURNER/PARENT 02:39:42-51 It's at the end of the school year like I say you don't know what's going on you don't know if your son will be able to move on with his peers or stay back another year and it's just so hard and frustrating.Is the last day of school for Ramon Turners son and he's not sure what next year will hold because he didn't pass the FCAT.Results for the state wide test came back today.When it comes to reading for grades 3 THROUGH 10, 52 percent of Duval county students passed, a one percent drop from last year. That's compared with 64 percent of clay county students a one percent increase from last year, and 77 percent of St. John's county students a two percent increase.When it comes to math for grades 3 THROUGH 8 52 percent of Duval county students passed, one percent fewer than last year.I. Clay county 63 percent of those students passed the same as last year. 74 percent of st JOHNS county students passed up tree percent from last year. All three counties were higher than the state average of 56 percent which didn't change from 2013.DR. NIKOLAI VITTI/DUVAL COUNTY SCHOOLS SUPERINTENDENT 02:43:50-4401 This year we didn't emphasize teaching to the text we emphasized building the capacity of our teachers so we put more emphasis on working with teachers and principals to improve the quality of instruction.Duval County School Superintendent Dr. Nikolai Vitti says he knows duval county has been performing LOWER compared to large districts for a number of years, but says change won't happen overnight.Still there will be some changes next year.DR. NIKOLAI VITTI/DUVAL COUNTY SCHOOLS SUPERINTENDENT 024553-4503 I think as we go into next year we will have to focus a little bit more on preparing kids for exams and I think we have to shift some of our resources to work forefront more with students than the adults.And as he looks 3 Even as Dr. Vitti looks forward to growth next year he says he's still focused on students who need help this year.Even though this is the last year of the FCAT third graders still need to pass it this year to be promoted and 10th graders need to pass it to graduate.TAG OUT. 3 We're taking a closer look at FCAT scores in our surrounding counties ... starting with Nassau. Students there showed the biggest gains compared to any other county in northeast Florida. Nassau is one of 5 districts in the STATE that has improved in all seven assessment areas of the test. It saw the most gains in eighth grade science... a 6- percent increase. Saint +++ out how our other school districts did on the FCAT, or for a breakdown of scores in every category-- they're posted on our web-channel, News4Jax-dot-com. Look under top stories.