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AEIS 2012 Georgetown ISD Presentation

  1. 1. Academic Excellence Indicator System 2011-12Annual Report and Public Hearing Georgetown ISD February 26, 2013
  2. 2. Academic Excellence Indicator System (AEIS)  Comprehensive reporting system defined by statute  Published annually since 1990-91  Gives parents and community a snapshot of  District/Campus Performance (Section I of AEIS Report)  District/Campus Profile (Section II of AEIS Report)  District Bilingual Education/English as a Second Language Performance (Section III of AEIS Report)  Uses data collected through:  State data reporting system (PEIMS)  Student assessment system
  3. 3. No Accountability Ratings for 2011-12 vs. TAKS & New STAAR Assessments- Gr. 10-11 students took TAKS.- Passing standards were not set until this school year for STAAR Gr. 3-8, STAAR L, STAAR Modified, and STAAR Alternate. The only tests for which standards were set last year were the STAAR End-of-Course exams.
  4. 4. AEIS Report – 3 Sections Section I: District/Campus Performance  TAKS Performance  Disaggregated by grade level & student group  Attendance & Annual Dropout Rate  Completion Rate  College Readiness Indicators  Advanced Course/Dual Enrollment Completion, RHSP & DAP Graduates, AP/IB Results, Texas Success Initiative - Higher Education Readiness Component (HERC), SAT/ACT Results, College-Ready Graduates
  5. 5. AEIS Report – 3 Sections  Section II: District/Campus Profile  Student information (enrollment, demographics, retention rates, class size)  Staff information (demographics, experience, salary information)  Budget information (tax information, revenues, expenditures)  Program information (student enrollment, teachers by program)  Section III: Bilingual Education/English as a Second Language Report (District AEIS Report only)  TAKS performance data for current year Limited English Proficient (LEP) students
  6. 6. Percent Met 2012 TAKS Performance Standard(Sum of Grades 10 and 11) 100 95 98 98 89 90 99 90 97 95 95 95 95 91 91 93 89 80 82 82 80 77 79 70 All 60 Af. Am. 50 Hisp 40 White 30 20 Eco. Dis. 10 0 ELA Math Science Social Studies
  7. 7. Completion Rate I Completion Rate I (HS)  Grades 9-12 Dropped Graduated  4-year cohort measure Out  Formula: Continued Received # Graduates + Continuers High GED School# Graduates + Continuers + GED + Dropouts
  8. 8. 4-Year Completion Rate (Gr. 9-12)Class of 2011 (longitudinal data) 1.1 Eco Dis 87.8 6.3 4.8 1.0 White 94.8 1.9 2.3 1.4 Hispanic 88.3 5.2 5.2 Afric Amer 85.3 5.9 8.8 1.3 All 92.4 3.1 3.2 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Grad Continued HS GED 4-Yr Dropout
  9. 9. Additional Indicators:College Readiness Indicators  High school students completing an Advanced Course/Dual Enrollment in 2010-11:  28.5% vs. 30.3% State  2011 graduates completing the Recommended High School Program or Distinguished Achievement Program:  83.8% vs. 80.1% State  Advanced Placement (AP) results for 2010-11:  Tested: 19.9% vs. 24.0% State  Examinees >= Criterion*: 74.3% vs. 49.3% State  % Scores >= Criterion*: 61.2% vs. 45.2% State *3 on AP Exam
  10. 10. Additional Indicators:SAT/ACT Results for the Class of 2011  Percent Tested:  Average SAT Score:  All Students: 72.8 GISD 1042 vs. 976 State Avg.  African Amer: 70.8  Hispanic: 48.8  Average ACT Score:  White: 84.0 GISD 21.8 vs. 20.5 State Avg.  Eco. Disadv: N/A  Percent At/Above Criterion*  All Students: 35.9  African Amer: 5.9  Hispanic: 18.4  White: 41.9  Eco. Disadv: N/A *1110 on the SAT, or 24 on the ACT
  11. 11. Additional Indicators: Texas Success Initiative (TSI)Percent of 11th Graders Meeting the Higher Education Readiness Component 100 90 80 81 80 76 74 75 75 73 70 67 64 66 68 60 58 50 40 30 20 10 0 English Language Arts Mathematics 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 TAKS ELA: Scale Score ≥ 2200 & Score 3 or Higher on Essay TAKS Math: Scale Score ≥ 2200
  12. 12. Additional Indicators: 2011 College-Ready Graduates 100% 90% 80% 76% 70% 70% 67% 64% 60% 59% 52% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% English Language Arts Mathematics Both Subjects Class of 2011: State of Texas Class of 2011: GISD
  13. 13. AEIS ReportSection II - Profile Student Information  Staff Information  Enrollment data by grade level  Type of staff  Ethnic distribution  Educational & experience level  Other demographic statistics  Salary data  Graduate information  Turnover rate for teachers  Retention rates  Average class size information  Financial Information  Tax information  Revenues  Expenditures  Program Information  Student enrollment  Teachers by program
  14. 14. District Demographics: Student Enrollment12000 10470 10397 9902 10168 1044310000 9082 9508 8645 8814 8345 8511 80228000600040002000 0
  15. 15. 12000 GISD Longitudinal Data: Economically Disadvantaged Students 10000 8000Total Enrollment 5673 5389 5975 6164 6158 6052 6000 5807 5921 48.2% 5801 5799 6069 45.8% 5925 42.8% 37.8% 39.4% 4000 36.3% 34.8% 34.1% 32.9% 31.8% 4797 5008 2000 27.3% 4468 3744 4004 26.1% 3007 3161 3456 2710 2846 2097 2276 0 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 # EcoDis # Not EcoDis % EcoDis
  16. 16. Enrollment by Ethnicity Fall 2000 2.1% Fall 2011 0.3% 0.4%0.6% 3.5% 1.0% 3.4% AfrAm AfrAm Hisp 23.7% Hisp 39.3% White White72.0% Asian/PI 53.8% Asian/PI AmInd NatAm 2 or More Races
  17. 17. Section III: Bilingual Education/English as a Second Language Report2011-12 District Performance Report for Current LEP Students TAKS Met 2012 Standard (Sum of Grades 10 & 11) All Students ESL LEP – No Total LEPIndicator: (Gr. 10-11) (Gr. 10-11) Services (Gr. 10-11)Reading/ELA 95% 52% * 54%Mathematics 89% 57% * 58%Science 90% 48% * 50%Social Studies 98% 70% * 71%All Tests 83% 19% * 22%*results masked due to small numbers to protect student confidentiality
  18. 18. Campus Performance Objectives  Campus Improvement Plans are based on campus needs.  Performance Objectives are approved by the Board of Trustees.  Data from the AEIS gives direction for the development of performance objectives.
  19. 19. Violent and Criminal Incidents  Texas statute (TEC 39.053) requires every district to publish an annual report on violent and criminal incidents at campuses in the district  The report must include:  Number, rate, and type of incidents  Information concerning school violence prevention and intervention policies and procedures used by the district  Findings that result from evaluations conducted under the Safe and Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act
  20. 20. Violent and Criminal Incidents for 2011-12 Type # Rate Type # Rate Controlled Substances 16 0.15% Alcohol Offenses 3 0.03% (including felony violations) Criminal Mischief 0 0% Weapons Violation 12 0.12% Arson 0 0% Assault (on employee/volunteer) 1 0.01% Retaliation 0 0% Assault (not on employee/volunteer) 3 0.03% Cigarette/Tobacco 6 0.06% Fighting/Mutual Combat 12 0.12% Terroristic Threat & 0 0% Public Lewdness & Indecent 1 0.01% False Report Exposure Conduct Punishable as 1 0.01% Other* 0 0% a Felony *Other: Other felonies (e.g., felony theft), school-related gang violence, gang-related activity, indecency with a child, aggravated kidnapping, aggravated robbery, aggravated assault, sexual assault, manslaughter, negligent homicide, deadly conduct, and murder Sources: PEIMS Edit+ Student Disciplinary Action Summary, 2011-12 Summer; GISD Total Enrollment as of Fall 2011-12 PEIMS Resubmission: 10,397
  21. 21. Student Enrollment and Academic Performance (Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board – Required Report) Data collected and reported by the THECB in an annual report: Report of 2009-2010 High School Graduates’ Enrollment and Academic Performance in Texas Public Higher Education in Fiscal Year 2011 Reports on student performance in postsecondary institutions during the first year enrolled after graduation from high school GPA for 1st Year in Public Higher Education in Texas Total District: Georgetown ISD Graduates < 2.0 2.0 – 2.49 2.5 – 2.99 3.0 – 3.49 > 3.5 Unknown Four-Year Public University: GHS 164 25 27 33 29 48 2 Four-Year Public University: RHS 4 * * * * * * Two-Year Public Colleges: GHS 183 47 23 37 31 27 18 Two-Year Public Colleges: RHS 13 2 2 1 1 1 6 Independent Colleges & Universities: GHS 61 Not Trackable: GHS 14 Not Found: GHS & RHS 259 Total High School Graduates in GISD 698 GHS: Georgetown High School *If enrollment in public higher education is less than 5, RHS: Richarte High School the GPA data is omitted.
  22. 22. Accessing the AEIS Report Where the report is available:  TEA: http://ritter.tea.state.tx.us/perfreport/aeis/2012/index.html  GISD website: http://www.georgetownisd.org/Page/1329  Campus libraries or offices via computer  Central administration building via computer or hard copy Contact Information Becky McCoy, GISD Assessment Director (512) 943-5000, ext. 6034mccoyr@georgetownisd.org

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