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State Assessment Data 2012 - School Board

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This presentation to the school board shares the following topics: …

This presentation to the school board shares the following topics:
-OSD spring 2012 preliminary data
-School Report Card
-Tacoma News Tribune
-What are AMOs (the new AYP)?
-OSD AMO spring 2012 data

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  • 1. State Assessment DataPresentation to the School Board September 5, 2012 Orting School District Dr. Marci Shepard
  • 2. In this presentation…• OSD spring 2012 preliminary data• School Report Card• Tacoma News Tribune• What are AMOs (the new AYP)?• OSD AMO spring 2012 preliminary data Orting School District * Teaching, Learning and Assessment * September 2012 * M. Shepard
  • 3. Orting School District Spring 2012 Big Ideas: • In reading we are generally above the state • In math we are generally below the state but moving in the right direction • In science we are making progressOrting School District * Teaching, Learning and Assessment * September 2012 * M. Shepard
  • 4. School Report Card Orting School District * Teaching, Learning and Assessment * September 2012 * M. Shepard
  • 5. Tacoma News Tribune Orting School District * Teaching, Learning and Assessment * September 2012 * M. Shepard
  • 6. • No Child Left Behind • 100% of students meet standard by 2013-2014 • Big jump - unobtainablennual Measurable bjectives Orting School District * Teaching, Learning and Assessment * September 2012 * M. Shepard
  • 7. State-developed differentiated recognition accountability and supporto Reward Schools • Highest performing schools • High-progress schoolso Priority Schools • 5% lowest performing Title I and Title 1-eligible schools with less than 60% graduation rateo Focus Schools • 10% of Title I schools with highest proficiency gapso Emerging Schools • The next lowest 10% of schools on the Focus list, and the next 5% of schools on the Priority list Orting School District * Teaching, Learning and Assessment * September 2012 * M. Shepard
  • 8. State-developed differentiated recognition accountability and supporto Annual Measurable Objectives • Using 2011 as a baseline, OSPI set benchmarks that will cut proficiency gaps in half by 2017 for every WA school. • No sanctions required, but the expectation is that SIPs would include strategies to close gaps. • N size = 20 Orting School District * Teaching, Learning and Assessment * September 2012 * M. Shepard
  • 9. Annual Measurable Objectives (AMOs)• Press release to the public is tentatively scheduled for Wednesday, September 26, 2012• How to read Orting School District * Teaching, Learning and Assessment * September 2012 * M. Shepard
  • 10. OSD AMO Spring 2012Orting School District * Teaching, Learning and Assessment * September 2012 * M. Shepard
  • 11. Questions?Orting School District * Teaching, Learning and Assessment * September 2012 * M. Shepard

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