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    • EXAMINING OHIO’S APPROACH TO MEASURING STUDENT SUCCESS SERIES SESSION #1: VALUE-ADDED INFORMATION’S ROLE IN CLASSROOM AND SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT Se pt e mbe r 1 6 , 2 0 1 3 Matthew Cohen, Ph.D. M a k i n g R es ea r ch W or k f or E d u ca t i on
    • OHIO’S VALUE-ADDED TIMELINE 2
    • OHIO’S VALUE-ADDED SYSTEM SAS® Data Processing Diagnostic Tools EVAAS® Accountability Measures and Reports ODE-BFK Partnership Research About System Improvement (OERC) Technical Assistance and Support, Training and Development 3
    • INTRO TO EVAAS: ACADEMIC ORIGINS  A research team led by Dr. Bill Sanders at UTK began looking at growth.  Sophisticated modeling techniques addressed common concerns related to using student testing data.  These modeling approaches were not new to other industries.  Research by the T VAAS team established many of today’s basic understandings about teaching ef fectiveness:  Teaching matters.  Teaching matters a lot because inef fective teaching cannot be compensated for in future years.  Students can serve as their own control. 4
    • INTRO TO EVAAS: SAS ® EVAAS ® FOR K-12  The EVAAS team joined SAS in 2000 to provide ser vices to more educators.  EVAAS repor ting goes beyond a single estimate of ef fectiveness and provides a wealth of suppor ts for educators and administrators.  All students deser ve to make appropriate progress.  Today, EVAAS of fers its education par tners both research and production experience in measuring student growth.  EVAAS is currently available in 20 states, with 4 statewide implementations (NC, OH, PA and TN).  Local policies and decisions determine many critical aspects to implementation. 5
    • POVERTY AND VALUE-ADDED DATA 30 20 10 0 -10 -20 -30 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% 6
    • POVERTY AND ACHIEVEMENT 120 110 Performance Index 100 90 80 70 60 50 40 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% % Economic D isadvantaged 70% 80% 90% 100% 7
    • THANK YOU connect@oerc.osu.edu | oerc.osu.edu