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  • Data OverviewSummer 2011 Emily Henderson EDL 7305
  •  The purpose of this presentation is to provide an overview of our changing student population at East Paulding High School We will review the following information: ◦ Student Demographics ◦ State Mandated Testing including the GHSWT, GHSGT and EOCT ◦ Optional National Testing including the ACT and SAT We will also identify current strengths and weakness in student performance to propose areas that we need to remain focused on in the future to improve student achievement.
  •  Let’s first look at student demographic data. This will include:  Student Enrollment  Student Ethnicity/Race  Students in Other Subgroups
  • East Paulding HS Enrollment Trend Over the Past 4 Years 2006-2007 2007-2008Year 2008-2009 2009-2010 0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500 # of Students Enrolled * Note: Overall enrollment has declined over the past 4 Years
  • East Paulding HS Enrollment Trend by Ethnicity/Race Over the Past 3 Years AsainRace/Ethnicity Multiracial Native American Latino/a 2009-2010 African American 2008-2009 White 2007-2008 0 20 40 60 80 100 Percentage of Student Enrollment *Note: There is trend of increased diversity over the last 3 years.
  • East Paulding HS Students in Other Subgroups Over the Past 3 Years 2009-2010 Students with DisabilitiesYear 2008-2009 Limited English 2007-2008 Proficiency Free or Reduced 0 10 20 30 Lunch Percentage of Student Enrollment *Note: There is trend of increasing students in other subgroups over the last 3 years.
  •  Overall enrollment has declined over the past 4 years. There has been an increase in African American and Hispanic student populations over the past 3 years. There is an increasing number of students in other subgroups (specifically free/reduced lunch and students with disabilities) over the last 3 years.
  •  Let’s next look at state mandated testing data. This will include:  Georgia High School Writing Test (GHSWT)  Georgia High School Graduation Test (GHSGT)  End of Course Test (EOCT)
  • East Paulding HS GHSWT Scores Over the Past 3 Years*Note: EPHS GHSWTproficiency levels havevaried significantlyover the 3 year period.
  • East Paulding HS GHSGT Science Scores Over the Past 3 Years*Note: More EPHS studentsexceed scores of the districtand state all years except for2010 in which studentsperformed the same as thedistrict average and lowerthan the state average.
  • East Paulding HS GHSGT Social Studies Scores Over the Past 3 Years*Note: More EPHS studentsexceed scores of the districtand state all years exceptfor 2010 in which studentsperformed lower than thestate average.
  • East Paulding HS GHSGT Math Over the Past 3 Years*Note: More EPHSstudents exceedscores of the districtand state all yearsexcept for 2010 inwhich studentsperformed lower thanboth the district andstate averages.
  • East Paulding HS GHSGT Language Arts Over the Past 3 Years*Note: EPHS Students outscored the district andstate all 4 years.
  • GHSGT Scores of Students by Ethnicity for the 09-10 Year*Note: More African American studentsfailed all 4 content areas on the GHSGTthan the other subgroups. Also morestudents of all groups failed S. Studiesthan other content areas.
  • GHSGT Scores of Students in Other Subgroupsfor the 09-10 Year*Note: More students with disabilitiesfailed then students in othersubgroups. Also more students of allgroups failed S. Studies than othercontent areas.
  • EOCT Scores Over the Past 3 Years *Note: EOCT Scores may vary in more recent year because of the changes being made from the QCC form to the GPS model.
  •  Scores in all content areas were lower on the GHSGT in 2010 than previous years. GHSGT Social Studies continue to be the most difficult assessment area for East Paulding HS Students. East Paulding consistently outscored district and state averages on GHSGT Language Arts. The African American and students with disabilities populations had a higher failure rate than other student populations during the 2009-2010 school year. EOCT Scores declined and varied in all subject areas except for Literature and Composition (9th and American).  NOTE: EOCT Scores could be lower because of the changes being made from the QCC form to the GPS model.
  •  Let’s next look at national testing data. This will include:  American College Test (ACT)  Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) *Note: These test are not required, they are optional for the student to take.
  • East Paulding HS ACT Results Over the Past 3 Years *Note: EPHS Students scored higher than the district average but lower than state and national averages.
  • East Paulding HS SAT Results Over the Past 3 Years *Note: EPHS Students scored higher than the district average but lower than state and national averages.
  •  East Paulding HS students consistently score higher than the district average on both the ACT and SAT. East Paulding HS students consistently score lower than the state and national averages on both the ACT and SAT.
  •  Based on the data presented, we have learned that…… ◦ Students of all populations are having challenges on the GHSGT in Social Studies, so it is important that we look at what we can do to further student progress in these areas. ◦ As our population continues to become more diverse, it is very important that East Paulding HS uses the data available to decide how instruction can be changed and/or improved to meet the needs of a diverse student population and close the achievement gap between African American students and all other student groups. ◦ Although East Paulding HS students frequently outscores the district average on the SAT and ACT, we can examine what students need assistance with to raise scores to exceed the state or national averages. CHALLENGE:Use data as a tool to improve student achievement!
  •  AS YOU LEAVE….. PONDER….. ◦ What can we as faculty do to help the students and how can instruction be improved to meet the needs of a diverse student population? ◦ What strategies can we implement in our classrooms and as a school? ◦ How can we close the achievement gaps between students?
  •  http://www.doe.k12.ga.us/ReportingFW.aspx ?PageReq=101&PID=63&PTID=214&SchoolId =21815&T=0&FY=2010 Dr. Valerie Moore, Head Counselor School Dashboard- East Paulding HS