Data OverviewData Overview
Objective 2.3:Objective 2.3:
Improve students’ proficiency in math for a changing globallyImpro...
High Growth Math AchievementHigh Growth Math Achievement
Note: 2009-2010 school year. Chart depicts ratio of students achi...
2009-2010 Math Performance2009-2010 Math Performance
by Grade Levelby Grade Level
Note: Percentage of students’ scores at ...
3 Year Math Performance Trend3 Year Math Performance Trend
by Grade Levelby Grade Level
Note: Percentage of students’ scor...
3 Year Overall Math3 Year Overall Math
Performance TrendPerformance Trend
Note: Percentage of students’ scores at or above...
2009-2010 Math Performance2009-2010 Math Performance
by Subgroupby Subgroup
Note: Percentage of students’ scores at or abo...
Ben Martin ALA vs StateBen Martin ALA vs State
Targets Grades 3-5Targets Grades 3-5
School Year Ben Martin State Differenc...
Where do we go from here?Where do we go from here?
 How do we help our students achieveHow do we help our students achiev...
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  • Hello and welcome to Ben Martin Accelerated Learning Academy. This is a presentation to show one instructional area of focus for our school. Objective 2.3: Improve students’ proficiency in math for a changing globally competitive environment as measured by state assessments to meet or exceed 85% by 2012. This presentation will highlight some of the results from the 2009-2010 school year and will show how we are performing as a school according to state testing by grade levels, in comparison with our district and state, the performance trends, performance by subgroup and showing future target information. At the end of this presentation, I hope that you will have a better understanding of our school data in relations to math and our school objective.
  • This slide shows our students during the 2009-2010 school year and represents how well our 4th and 5th grade students are performing in math according to state testing with growth from the previous year. Students who are at or above the 1.5 ratio is considered having high growth in math. Students overall and 4th grade had high growth and those in 5th grade at grade level. The reason 3rd grade isn’t shown here is because students in 3rd grade were not tested in 2nd grade from the previous year therefore will not be able to show “growth”.
  • This slide shows students in 3rd, 4th and 5th grade in comparison with the state and district. As you can tell, students in our 3rd grade are close to meeting the state and district’s grade level performance, while 4th and 5th grade students have a bigger gap to reach.
  • This slide shows how well the students in 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade have been performing the past 3 years. It shows that students in all grade levels have increased in performing at or above grade level each year. This also shows that 3rd grade students in math perform better than 5th graders.
  • This slide shows overall how students have been performing from year to year. Students have increased in overall math performance in each of the years.
  • This slide represents the percentage of students achieving at or above grade level in performance according to subgroups. As you can see here, the White student population is doing better than all the others and same with the overall percentage.
  • This slide shows the target for each year for the state and how we have been comparing. The good news is that the difference between our school and the state has decreased. But, on the other hand, this year the target for the state in math has increased as well so we will have to make up a bigger gap if we want to hit the target for math achievement for grades 3-5. By 2013-2014, the state’s target is to be able to be 100% proficient in math performance.
  • Educ 6240 assignment one data overview

    1. 1. Data OverviewData Overview Objective 2.3:Objective 2.3: Improve students’ proficiency in math for a changing globallyImprove students’ proficiency in math for a changing globally competitive environment as measured by state assessments tocompetitive environment as measured by state assessments to meet or exceed 85% by 2012.meet or exceed 85% by 2012. Ben Martin Accelerated LearningBen Martin Accelerated Learning AcademyAcademy By: Janna Abo-GeorgeBy: Janna Abo-George
    2. 2. High Growth Math AchievementHigh Growth Math Achievement Note: 2009-2010 school year. Chart depicts ratio of students achieving growth objective to those not achieving objective. Ratios > 1.5 = high growth.
    3. 3. 2009-2010 Math Performance2009-2010 Math Performance by Grade Levelby Grade Level Note: Percentage of students’ scores at or above grade level.
    4. 4. 3 Year Math Performance Trend3 Year Math Performance Trend by Grade Levelby Grade Level Note: Percentage of students’ scores at or above grade level.
    5. 5. 3 Year Overall Math3 Year Overall Math Performance TrendPerformance Trend Note: Percentage of students’ scores at or above grade level.
    6. 6. 2009-2010 Math Performance2009-2010 Math Performance by Subgroupby Subgroup Note: Percentage of students’ scores at or above grade level.
    7. 7. Ben Martin ALA vs StateBen Martin ALA vs State Targets Grades 3-5Targets Grades 3-5 School Year Ben Martin State Difference 2007-2008 62.1 77.2 (15.1) 2008-2009 71.6 77.2 (5.6) 2009-2010 74.3 77.2 (2.9) 2010-2011 ? 88.6 ? 2011-2012 ? 88.6 ? 2012-2013 ? 88.6 ? 2013-2014 ? 100 ?
    8. 8. Where do we go from here?Where do we go from here?  How do we help our students achieveHow do we help our students achieve grade level achievement or “high growth”grade level achievement or “high growth” in mathematics?in mathematics?  What can we do to “close the gap”?What can we do to “close the gap”?  What can we do as a school community,What can we do as a school community, grade level or classroom?grade level or classroom?  Questions? Comments?Questions? Comments? Information from this presentation can be found at: http://www.ncreportcards.org/src/schDetails.jsp?pYear=2009-2010&pLEACode=260&pSchCode=414

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