Transforming EducationDoDEA Grant No. HE 1254-11-1-0001Quarterly Report
National Math and Science Initiative                                                     IMPACTIMMEDIATE 79% Increase in f...
National Math and Science Initiative                                                             Mission and ApproachMissi...
Current Program Locations            Dated: December 2012                               4
Our program has a track record of improving     STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT. The original tenDallas Independent School District sc...
Transforming Schools                                                       Military FamiliesOur focus on military families...
NMSI launched the military families program was in 29 schools in 2011-      12 school year, impacting nearly 20,000 AP and...
Military Families Program                                                                               ExpansionThanks to...
Program for Military Families                                                             Snapshot of ResultsThe four scho...
Military Families Program Locations                                 10
Program for Military Families                                                                                         Resu...
Program for Military Families                                                              NMSI is serving 52 military imp...
DoDEA Contract Number HE1254-11-1-0001                                      December 30, 2012 Progress ReportThe following...
Contract Number HE1254-11-1-0001                                                                        December 30, 2012 ...
Contract Number HE1254-11-1-0001                                                                      December 30, 2012 Pr...
Contract Number HE1254-11-1-0001                                                  December 30, 2012 Progress ReportAction:...
Contract Number HE1254-11-1-0001                                                  December 30, 2012 Progress ReportAction:...
Contract Number HE1254-11-1-0001                                                     December 30, 2012 Progress ReportActi...
Contract Number HE1254-11-1-0001                                                      December 30, 2012 Progress ReportAct...
Contract Number HE1254-11-1-0001                                                             December 30, 2012 Progress Re...
Contract Number HE1254-11-1-0001                                                        December 30, 2012 Progress ReportA...
Contract Number HE1254-11-1-0001                                                December 30, 2012 Progress Report     Resu...
Contract Number HE1254-11-1-0001                                           December 30, 2012 Progress Report Results, Cont...
Contract Number HE1254-11-1-0001                                                   December 30, 2012 Progress ReportAction...
Contract Number HE1254-11-1-0001                                    December 30, 2012 Progress ReportThe following informa...
Contract Number HE1254-11-1-0001                                                     December 30, 2012 Progress ReportActi...
Contract Number HE1254-11-1-0001                                                   December 30, 2012 Progress ReportAction...
Contract Number HE1254-11-1-0001                                                                          December 30, 201...
Contract Number HE1254-11-1-0001                                                                   December 30, 2012 Progr...
Contract Number HE1254-11-1-0001                                                  December 30, 2012 Progress ReportAction:...
Contract Number HE1254-11-1-0001                                                  December 30, 2012 Progress ReportResults...
Contract Number HE1254-11-1-0001                                                   December 30, 2012 Progress ReportAction...
Contract Number HE1254-11-1-0001                                           December 30, 2012 Progress ReportResults, Conti...
Contract Number HE1254-11-1-0001                                                       December 30, 2012 Progress ReportAc...
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Contract Number HE1254-11-1-0001                                                     December 30, 2012 Progress ReportResu...
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  1. 1. Transforming EducationDoDEA Grant No. HE 1254-11-1-0001Quarterly Report
  2. 2. National Math and Science Initiative IMPACTIMMEDIATE 79% Increase in first year – 11X national averagePROVEN 137% Increase after 3 years – 6X national averageCOST EFFECTIVE $200 per student per year for three years 2
  3. 3. National Math and Science Initiative Mission and ApproachMissionThe National Math and Science Initiative will improve science, technology,engineering and math performance by transforming schools, teaching and educationin the United States.ApproachNMSI transforms STEM education by focusing on the most critical element ineducation – teaching. NMSI replicates the UTeach program, which significantly improves the quantity and quality of new math and science teachers. NMSI’s teacher training program in grades 3-12 provides increased rigor for all students and provides critical Common Core State Standards training and resources. NMSI’s AP program expands the number and diversity of traditionally underrepresented students achieving at high levels. NMSI’s focus on military families, which brings the AP Program to high schools serving military installations. 3
  4. 4. Current Program Locations Dated: December 2012 4
  5. 5. Our program has a track record of improving STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT. The original tenDallas Independent School District schools thatbegan our program in 1996 continue to produce DRAMATIC RESULTS. AP qualifying scores inmath, science and English have INCREASED 13 times in 17 years.
  6. 6. Transforming Schools Military FamiliesOur focus on military families is a partnershipbetween NMSI, the Military Child EducationCoalition, the Military Impacted SchoolsAssociation, several branches of the Departmentof Defense, the White House’s Joining Forcesoffice, and several corporations to supportchildren in America’s military families.NMSI addresses the need that military-connectedchildren have to access consistent and rigorousmath, science, and English coursework,regardless of the school they find themselves ineach year (or mid-year) by implementing the APprogram in schools with a high concentration ofmilitary-dependent students. 6
  7. 7. NMSI launched the military families program was in 29 schools in 2011- 12 school year, impacting nearly 20,000 AP and Pre-AP students. In this FIRST YEAR these 29 high schools achieved a64 PERCENT INCREASE in the number of qualifying scores on AP math, science, and English exams (nine times the national average), and a 85 PERCENT INCREASE in qualifying scores on AP math and science exams alone (over eight times the national average).
  8. 8. Military Families Program ExpansionThanks to the partners listed below, NMSI’s AP Program is being implemented this year in 52PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS serving a high percentage of military families across 15 STATES. By fall2013, NMSI will be implementing the program for military families in 80 SCHOOLS across 20STATES, with the goal of ultimately reaching a network of 250 MILITARY IMPACTED SCHOOLS. O’Donnell Foundation 8
  9. 9. Program for Military Families Snapshot of ResultsThe four schools in our program for military families in Hawaii accounted for 82percent of the entire state’s gains in passing AP math, science, and English scores.The three schools in our program for military families in Colorado accounted for 19percent of the entire state’s gains in qualifying AP math, science, and Englishscores.The two schools in our program for military families in Oklahoma accounted for 35percent of the entire state’s gains in qualifying AP math, science, and Englishscores. 9
  10. 10. Military Families Program Locations 10
  11. 11. Program for Military Families Results RESULTS BY STATE MSE Pass Math and Sci PassSTATE # of Schools 2011 2012 % Inc 2011 2012 % Inc AL 1 268 362 35% 155 213 37% AR 1 10 20 100% 2 5 150% CO 3 46 256 457% 36 110 206% GA 1 34 87 156% 10 39 290% HI 4 247 415 68% 93 214 130% KY 2 48 57 19% 3 18 500% NC 1 13 22 69% 6 13 117% OK 2 123 208 69% 48 116 142% TX 4 233 319 37% 109 161 48% VA 10 837 1306 56% 367 647 76%TOTAL 29 1859 3052 64% 829 1536 85% NOTE: Two in TX and two in KY have baseline data from 2010 instead of 2011 11
  12. 12. Program for Military Families NMSI is serving 52 military impacted schoolsCOHORT High School State Military Intallations Served COHORT High School State Military Intallations Served 2 Virgil Grissom AL Redstone Arsenal 3 Midwest City OK Tinker AFB 2 North Pulaski AR Little Rock AFB 3 Copperas Cove TX Fort Hood 3 Lemoore CA Lemoore NAS 1 Ellison TX Fort Hood 2 Fountain - Fort Carson CO Fort Carson 1 Harker Heights TX Fort Hood 2 Mesa Ridge CO Schriever AFB, Peterson AFB 2 Killeen TX Fort Hood 3 Vista Ridge CO Schriever AFB, Peterson AFB 2 Widefield CO Schriever AFB, Peterson AFB 2 Shoemaker TX Fort Hood 2 Howard GA Robins AFB Langley AFB, Fort Monroe, NS Norfolk, Fort 3 Bayside VA Hickam AFB, Schofield Barracks, Tripler Medical Hamilton 2 James Campbell HI Center, USCG ISG Honolulu, NCTAMS PAC 2 Bethel VA Fort Monroe Hickam AFB, Schofield Barracks, Tripler Medical 3 Colonial Forge VA MCB Quantico 2 Leilehua HI Center, USCG ISG Honolulu, NCTAMS PAC 3 Floyd Kellam VA Langley AFB, Fort Monroe, NS Norfolk Hickam AFB, Schofield Barracks, Tripler Medical 2 Freedom VA MCB Quantico 2 Mililani HI Center, USCG ISG Honolulu, NCTAMS PAC 3 Granby VA NS Norfolk Hickam AFB, Schofield Barracks, Tripler Medical 2 Radford HI 2 Green Run VA Langley AFB, Fort Monroe, NS Norfolk Center, USCG ISG Honolulu, NCTAMS PAC 2 Hampton VA Fort Monroe 3 North Chicago Community IL Great Lakes NAS 1 Christian County KY Fort Campbell 2 Kecoughtan VA Fort Monroe 1 Hopkinsville KY Fort Campbell 3 Maury VA NS Norfolk 3 North Hardin KY Fort Knox 2 Menchville VA Langley AFB, Fort Monroe, NS Norfolk 3 Aberdeen MD Aberdeen Proving Ground 3 North Stafford VA MCB Quantico 3 Havre De Grace MD Aberdeen Proving Ground 3 Norview VA NS Norfolk 2 E. E. Smith NC Fort Bragg 2 Patriot VA MCB Quantico 3 Alamogordo NM Holloman AFB 3 Phoebus VA Fort Monroe 3 Fairborn OH Wright-Patterson AFB 2 Salem VA Langley AFB, Fort Monroe, NS Norfolk 2 Carl Albert OK Tinker AFB 3 Stafford Sr. VA MCB Quantico 3 Del City OK Tinker AFB 2 Eisenhower OK Fort Sill 3 Tallwood VA Langley AFB, Fort Monroe, NS Norfolk, Fort Story 3 Lawton OK Fort Sill 2 Woodbridge VA MCB Quantico 3 Macarthur OK Fort Sill 2 Woodside VA Langley AFB, Fort Monroe, NS Norfolk 12
  13. 13. DoDEA Contract Number HE1254-11-1-0001 December 30, 2012 Progress ReportThe following information reports on data gathered on activities conductedbetween October, 2012 through December, 2012 for the Cohort 1 DoDEA schools that started the program during the 2011-2012 school year. 13
  14. 14. Contract Number HE1254-11-1-0001 December 30, 2012 Progress ReportAction: NMSI requires detailed data collection, including enrollment numbers from eachschool, broken out by demographics and by military status. This requirement assists NMSIin monitoring a school’s ability to achieve its goals and informs NMSI on how best to deployresources. This request occurs several times throughout the year. Results: State School # of AP AA Hisp Asian Cauc. Other Males Females Military Students AL Grissom HS 511 22 7 82 393 7 275 236 199 AR North Pulaski HS 162 49 0 3 109 5 63 99 53 CO Mesa Ridge HS 341 36 70 2 200 33 140 201 107 HI Leilehua HS 237 14 11 92 59 61 116 121 74 HI Radford HS 252 39 14 79 90 30 95 157 105 NC EE Smith HS 106 29 11 0 10 10 36 70 50 TX Killeen HS 221 87 34 13 60 27 108 113 73 TX Shoemaker HS 222 55 53 23 32 24 61 62 82 VA Hampton HS 283 194 16 16 56 1 102 181 * VA Woodbridge HS 1050 131 0 79 616 224 472 578 * *The state of Virginia does not track military enrollment 14
  15. 15. Contract Number HE1254-11-1-0001 December 30, 2012 Progress ReportAction: APTIP pays for all 10th graders to take PSAT exams (except where the State already pays thisfee). This helps instill a college-going culture and allows the schools to discover potential diamonds-in-the-rough among the student population. Results: State School # of PSAT Exams Taken AL Grissom HS 496 AR North Pulaski HS * CO Mesa Ridge HS 77 HI Leilehua HS 118 HI Radford HS 180 NC EE Smith HS 204 TX Killeen HS 1105 TX Shoemaker HS 1042 VA Hampton HS 488 VA Woodbridge HS * * This information not available at this time 15
  16. 16. Contract Number HE1254-11-1-0001 December 30, 2012 Progress ReportAction: AP teachers attend a week-long summer institute focused on content. This training not onlytrains teachers, it also allows NMSI to determine each individual teacher’s needs. Results: State School # of AP Teachers AP Summer Institute AttendanceAL Grissom HS 11 5AR North Pulaski HS 6 6CO Mesa Ridge HS 11 10HI Leilehua HS 5 5HI Radford HS 8 8NC EE Smith HS 5 4TX Killeen HS 9 6TX Shoemaker HS 6 6VA Hampton HS 6 4VA Woodbridge HS 19 16 16
  17. 17. Contract Number HE1254-11-1-0001 December 30, 2012 Progress ReportAction: Pre-AP teachers attend a week-long summer institute focused on content. This training allowsNMSI to focus on content in the lower grades in order to build a pipeline of prepared AP students. Results: State School Pre-AP Summer Institute Attendance AL Grissom HS 21 AR North Pulaski HS 8 CO Mesa Ridge HS 8 HI Leilehua HS 5 HI Radford HS 6 NC EE Smith HS 0 TX Killeen HS 32 TX Shoemaker HS 9 VA Hampton HS 5 VA Woodbridge HS 12 17
  18. 18. Contract Number HE1254-11-1-0001 December 30, 2012 Progress ReportAction: AP teachers attend 2-day training in the fall focused on content. This training not only trainsteachers, it allows NMSI to determine each individual teacher’s needs. Results: State School # of AP Teachers 2-Day Training AttendanceAL Grissom HS 11 11AR North Pulaski HS 6 6CO Mesa Ridge HS 11 11HI Leilehua HS 5 3HI Radford HS 8 8NC EE Smith HS 5 5TX Killeen HS 9 9TX Shoemaker HS 6 6VA Hampton HS 6 5VA Woodbridge HS 19 17 18
  19. 19. Contract Number HE1254-11-1-0001 December 30, 2012 Progress ReportAction: Teachers attend four structured vertical team meetings with their Pre-AP teachers todiscuss appropriate curricular issues. One of the major components of this grant involves the formation of a vertical team in each of thethree content areas, math, science and English. Vertical teaming is arguably the single most importantcontributor to student success. Vertical Teams serve many purposes. One is to align curriculum with an eye toward the contentand skills students need to master in order to become college ready, and more importantly “collegegoing.” Pre AP courses should be structured so that they exceed mere state-level expectations. It isimportant to hold students accountable for prior learning, thus eliminating unnecessary content and skillrepetitions so that courses become more efficient and better prepare students for the next academiclevel. Additionally, vertical teaming allows for relationship development and clear lines ofcommunication between AP and Pre AP teachers. This, in turn, supports the efforts of both teachingpopulations. Results: Four 90-minute vertical teams meetings are to be conducted. These meetings are usually held twice in the fall and twice in the spring, but their scheduling is flexible. The topics for the VT meetings may vary. Please see next slide for the schedule of VT meetings at each school. 19
  20. 20. Contract Number HE1254-11-1-0001 December 30, 2012 Progress Report Results, Continued:State School VT 1 VT 2 VT3 VT4AL Grissom HS October 11, 2012 November 15, 2012 February 7, 2013 April 11, 2013 Math-Oct. 9, 2012 Math-Nov. 13, 2012 Math-Feb. 12, 2013 Math-Mar.12, 2013AR North Pulaski HS Science-Oct. 29, 2012 Science-Dec. 10, 2012 Science-Feb. 11, 2013 Science-Apr. 15, 2013 English-Sept. 18, 2012 English-Nov. 1, 2012 English- Jan. 10, 2013 English-Apr. 4, 2013CO Mesa Ridge HS August 14, 2012 October 18, 2012 n/a n/aHI Leilehua HS October 25, 2012 November 8, 2012 January 17, 2013 March 14, 2013HI Radford HS October 25, 2012 November 8, 2012 January 17, 2013 March 14, 2013NC EE Smith HS October 22, 2012 November 26, 2012 January 28, 2013 February 25, 2013TX Killeen HS October 23, 2012 December 4, 2012 February 5, 2013 March 19, 2013TX Shoemaker HS October 23, 2012 December 4, 2012 February 5, 2013 March 19, 2013 Math-Nov. 28, 2012 Math-Jan. 23, 2013 Math-Feb. 27, 2013 Math-Mar. 27, 2013VA Hampton HS Science-Nov. 16, 2012 Science-Dec. 14, 2012 Science-Jan. 18, 2013 Science-Feb. 22, 2013 English-Oct. 2, 2012 English-Jan. 10, 2013 English-Mar. 22, 2013 English-May 24, 2013 Math-Nov. 13, 2012 Math-Dec. 10, 2012 Math-Feb. 11, 2013 Math-Mar. 18, 2013VA Woodbridge HS Science-Nov. 28, 2012 Science-Jan. 14, 2013 Science-Feb. 13, 2013 Science-Apr. 24, 2013 English-Nov. 13, 2012 English-Feb. 13, 2013 English-Mar. 20, 2013 English-May 16, 2013 20
  21. 21. Contract Number HE1254-11-1-0001 December 30, 2012 Progress ReportAction: Teachers attend their students’ Saturday study sessions, which are conducted by expert AP teachers.While these sessions serve as extra time on task for students, they also serve as excellent teacher training,since teachers have a chance to observe expert teachers with their own students. Researchers who havestudied the success of APTIP have determined that these study sessions are one of the essential elements ofthe program that caused its success. Results: Each session is at least 6 hours long, and there are at least 3 Saturday sessions for each AP subject. These sessions almost always combine schools, and this helps students in schools with a high traditionally underrepresented student population to gain confidence as they see what they are just as competent and knowledgeable as students in other schools. Student Study Sessions are typically held on Saturdays and address only one discipline. No two disciplines should ever occur on the same Saturday. The hours are typically 8:30 am to 2:30 pm, but can be adjusted to accommodate bussing students early on a Saturday morning. There are four 75-minute topic sessions offered at each Student Study Session. If a course guarantees at least 10 students attending any given session, outside consultants may be contracted to conduct the study sessions. NMSI secures these consultants and they are very successful, experience AP teachers. Student Study Sessions should be a review of material previously taught and are not intended for presenting new material. It is good for students to hear a different voice regarding a given topic. It is also very validating for AP teachers to have a consultant come in and “say” the same things they have been saying all along. Students gain additional respect for their teacher as a result. 21
  22. 22. Contract Number HE1254-11-1-0001 December 30, 2012 Progress Report Results, Continued:State School Math SSS Science SSS English SSSAL Grissom HS December 1, 2012 January 26, 2013 September 29, 2012 February 23, 2013 March 9, 2013 January 12, 2013 April 27, 2013 April 20, 2013 March 2, 3013AR North Pulaski HS February 2, 2013 November 10, 2012 October 27, 2012 March 9, 2013 February 23, 2013 January 19, 2013 April 6, 2013 April 20, 2013 March 2, 2013CO Mesa Ridge HS January 26, 2013 December 15, 2012 December 8, 2013 March 16, 2013 February 9, 2013 January 12, 2013 April 20, 2013 April 27, 2013 April 13, 2013HI Leilehua HS February 23, 2012 March 9, 2013 October 27, 2012 April 20, 2013 April 13, 2013 January 26, 2013 April 27, 2013 May 4, 2013 March 2, 2013HI Radford HS February 23, 2012 March 9, 2013 October 27, 2012 April 20, 2013 April 13, 2013 January 26, 2013 April 27, 2013 May 4, 2013 March 2, 2013 22
  23. 23. Contract Number HE1254-11-1-0001 December 30, 2012 Progress Report Results, Continued:State School Math SSS Science SSS English SSSNC EE Smith HS March 9, 2013 March 16, 2013 November 10, 2012 March 23, 2013 March 30, 2013 January 5, 2013 April 20, 2013 April 27, 2013 March 2, 2013TX Killeen HS February 9, 2013 February 23, 2013 November 10, 2012 March 23, 2013 March 23, 2013 January 5, 2013 April 20, 2013 April 20, 2013 March 2, 2013TX Shoemaker HS February 9, 2013 February 23, 2013 November 10, 2012 March 23, 2013 March 23, 2013 January 5, 2013 April 20, 2013 April 20, 2013 March 2, 2013VA Hampton HS February 9, 2013 March 2, 2013 October 6, 2013 April 20, 2013 April 13, 2013VA Woodbridge HS February 2, 2013 February 23, 2013 November 3, 2012 May 4, 2013 April 27, 2013 23
  24. 24. Contract Number HE1254-11-1-0001 December 30, 2012 Progress ReportAction: The principal is given her bonus number. This coincides with the number given at the sitevisit, unless more recent information indicates that the number should increase. Results: All schools are given the opportunity to earn a threshold bonus to further encourage teachers to hit their goals of promoting more students to receive qualifying scores in that subject based on previous success. The administrator bonus is paid only once per school to the person(s) most responsible for the success of the program – which is general the Principal, Assistant Principal, AP Coordinator, or some combination thereof. The principals’ bonus numbers are included in the Memorandum of Understanding that the administrator of each school signs. NMSI is in the process of acquiring final signatures from the principals.Action: Each AP teacher is given their bonus numbers. This is the number of students expected topass the AP exam in each AP class taught by that teacher. Results: A Letter of Agreement is sent to every AP teacher in the fall. This Letter of Agreement consists of goals of the program and expectations and final incentives for the individual teacher. Upon verification and approval by NMSI and the school administrator that the goals have been met, the bonus is paid to the teacher. NMSI is still in the process of acquiring final signatures from the teachers. 24
  25. 25. Contract Number HE1254-11-1-0001 December 30, 2012 Progress ReportThe following information reports on data gathered on activities conductedbetween October, 2012 through December, 2012 for then Cohort 2 DoDEA schools that started the program during the 2012-2013 school year 25
  26. 26. Contract Number HE1254-11-1-0001 December 30, 2012 Progress ReportAction: Schools and districts sign a Letter of Agreement outlining the goals and expectations of theprogram. Results: All DoDEA schools that were sent a Letter of Agreement to be signed. NMSI is still in the process of acquiring final signatures from the schools. 26
  27. 27. Contract Number HE1254-11-1-0001 December 30, 2012 Progress ReportAction: The principal is given her bonus number. This coincides with the number given at the sitevisit, unless more recent information indicates that the number should increase. Results: All schools are given the opportunity to earn a threshold bonus to further encourage teachers to hit their goals of promoting more students to receive qualifying scores in that subject based on previous success. The administrator bonus is paid only once per school to the person(s) most responsible for the success of the program – which is general the Principal, Assistant Principal, AP Coordinator, or some combination thereof. The principals’ bonus numbers are included in the Memorandum of Understanding that the administrator of each school signs. NMSI is in the process of acquiring final signatures from the principals.Action: Each AP teacher is given their bonus numbers. This is the number of students expected topass the AP exam in each AP class taught by that teacher. Results: A Letter of Agreement is sent to every AP teacher in the fall. This Letter of Agreement consists of goals of the program and expectations and final incentives for the individual teacher. Upon verification and approval by NMSI and the school administrator that the goals have been met, the bonus is paid to the teacher. NMSI is still in the process of acquiring final signatures from the teachers. 27
  28. 28. Contract Number HE1254-11-1-0001 December 30, 2012 Progress ReportAction: NMSI requires detailed data collection, including enrollment numbers from each school, brokenout by demographics and by military status. This requirement assists NMSI in monitoring a school’s abilityto achieve its goals and informs NMSI on how best to deploy resources. This request occurs several timesthroughout the year. Results: State School # of AP AA Hisp Asian Cauc. Other Males Females Military Students CA LeMoore HS 315 11 90 73 132 9 137 178 62 CO Vista Ridge HS 288 15 43 30 192 8 148 140 116 IL North Chicago IL 116 58 53 1 4 0 44 72 7 MD Havre De Grace HS 159 20 12 11 114 2 74 85 23 NM Alamogordo HS 206 11 42 10 132 11 89 117 90 OK Del City HS 157 60 15 8 65 9 51 106 8 OK Macarthur HS 304 64 0 20 169 51 150 154 72 OK Midwest City HS 261 85 17 15 126 18 115 146 70 TX Copperas Cove HS 235 53 43 3 112 24 88 147 75 VA Bayside HS 308 71 25 72 113 27 95 213 * VA Colonial Forge HS 459 43 0 44 339 33 180 279 * VA North Stafford HS 406 62 6 18 283 37 198 208 * VA Stafford HS 623 48 24 22 494 35 286 337 * VA Tallwood HS 502 97 46 90 211 58 201 301 * * This information not available at this time 28
  29. 29. Contract Number HE1254-11-1-0001 December 30, 2012 Progress ReportAction: APTIP pays for all 10th graders to take PSAT exams (except where the statealready pays this fee). This helps instill a college-going culture and allows the schools todiscover potential diamonds-in-the-rough amount the student population. Results: State School # of PSAT Exams Taken CA LeMoore HS 485 CO Vista Ridge HS 79 IL North Chicago IL 0 MD Havre De Grace HS 270 NM Alamogordo HS 392 OK Del City HS 342 OK Midwest City HS 343 OK MacArthur 208 TX Copperas Cove HS 463 VA Bayside HS 942 VA Colonial Forge HS 978 VA North Stafford HS 728 VA Stafford HS 645 VA Tallwood HS 1108 * This information not available at this time 29
  30. 30. Contract Number HE1254-11-1-0001 December 30, 2012 Progress ReportAction: AP teachers attend a week-long summer institute focused on content. This trainingallows NMSI to focus on content in the lower grades in order to build a pipeline of preparedAP students. Results: See next slide. 30
  31. 31. Contract Number HE1254-11-1-0001 December 30, 2012 Progress ReportResults, Continued: State School # of AP Teachers AP Summer Institute Attendance CA LeMoore HS 6 6 CO Vista Ridge HS 11 9 IL North Chicago IL 8 8 MD Havre De Grace HS 6 5 NM Alamogordo HS 7 7 OK Del City HS 8 7 OK Midwest City HS 10 10 OK MacArthur 9 9 TX Copperas Cove HS 7 6 VA Bayside HS 7 7 VA Colonial Forge HS 15 15 VA North Stafford HS 13 13 VA Stafford HS 17 17 VA Tallwood HS 13 13 31
  32. 32. Contract Number HE1254-11-1-0001 December 30, 2012 Progress ReportAction: AP teachers attend 2-day training in the fall focused on content. This training not only trainsteachers, it also allows NMSI to determine each individual teacher’s needs. Results: See next slide. 32
  33. 33. Contract Number HE1254-11-1-0001 December 30, 2012 Progress ReportResults, Continued: State School # of AP Teachers AP 2-Day Training Attendance CA LeMoore HS 6 6 CO Vista Ridge HS 6 6 IL North Chicago IL 8 8 MD Havre De Grace HS 6 5 NM Alamogordo HS 6 6 OK Del City HS 8 6 OK Midwest City HS 10 10 OK MacArthur 9 9 TX Copperas Cove HS 7 6 VA Bayside HS 7 6 VA Colonial Forge HS 15 13 VA North Stafford HS 13 15 VA Stafford HS 17 13 VA Tallwood HS 13 12 33
  34. 34. Contract Number HE1254-11-1-0001 December 30, 2012 Progress ReportAction: Pre-AP teachers attend a week-long summer institute focused on content. This training not onlytrains teachers, it also allows NMSI to determine each individual teacher’s needs. Results: State School Pre-AP Summer Institute Attendance CA LeMoore HS 1 CO Vista Ridge HS 2 IL North Chicago IL 0 MD Havre De Grace HS 1 NM Alamogordo HS 6 OK Del City HS 8 OK Midwest City HS 7 OK MacArthur 9 TX Copperas Cove HS 2 VA Bayside HS 5 VA Colonial Forge HS 0 VA North Stafford HS 5 VA Stafford HS 7 VA Tallwood HS 6 34
  35. 35. Contract Number HE1254-11-1-0001 December 30, 2012 Progress ReportAction: Teachers attend their students’ Saturday study sessions, which are conducted by expert APteachers. While these sessions serve as extra time on task for students, they also serve as excellentteacher training, since teachers with their own students. Researches who have studied the success ofAPTIP have determined that these study sessions are one of the essential elements of the program thatcaused its success. Results: Each session is at least 6 hours long, and there are at least 3 Saturday sessions for each AP subject. These sessions almost always combine schools, and this helps students in schools with a high traditionally underrepresented student population to gain confidence as they see what they are just as competent and knowledgeable as students in other schools. Student Study Sessions are typically held on Saturdays and address only one discipline. No two disciplines should ever occur on the same Saturday. The hours are typically 8:30 am to 2:30 pm, but can be adjusted to accommodate bussing students early on a Saturday morning. There are four 75-minute topic sessions offered at each Student Study Session. If a course guarantees at least 10 students attending any given session, outside consultants may be contracted to conduct the study sessions. NMSI secures these consultants and they are very successful, experience AP teachers. Student Study Sessions should be a review of material previously taught and are not intended for presenting new material. It is good for students to hear a different voice regarding a given topic. It is also very validating for AP teachers to have a consultant come in and “say” the same things they have been saying all along. Students gain additional respect for their teacher as a result. 35
  36. 36. Contract Number HE1254-11-1-0001 December 30, 2012 Progress ReportResults, Continued:State School Math SSS Science SSS English SSS February 23, 2013 March 16, 2013 October 20, 2012CA LeMoore HS March 23, 2013 April 13, 2013 November 10, 2012 April 20, 2013 May 4, 2013 March 9, 2013 January 26, 2013 December 15, 2012 December 8, 2012CO Vista Ridge HS March 16, 2013 February 9, 2013 January 12, 2013 April 20, 2013 April 27, 2013 April 13, 2013 February 9, 2013 January 19, 2013 November 10, 2012IL North Chicago IL March 9, 2013 February 23, 2013 February 2, 2013 April 27, 2013 April 20, 2013 March 16, 2013 February 2, 2013 February 9, 2013 November 10, 2012MD Havre De Grace HS March 23, 2013 March 16, 2013 January 12, 2013 April 27, 2013 April 20, 2013 April 6, 2013 February 16, 2013 March 9, 2013 November 3, 2012NM Alamogordo HS March 23, 2013 April 20, 2013 December 8, 2012 April 27, 2013 May 4, 2013 February 23, 2013 February 23, 2013 March 2, 2013 November 10. 2012OK Del City HS March 30, 2013 April 6, 2013 January 19, 2013 April 20, 2013 April 27, 2013 March 9, 2013 February 23, 2013 March 2, 2013 November 10. 2012OK Midwest City HS March 30, 2013 April 6, 2013 January 19, 2013 April 20, 2013 April 27, 2013 March 9, 2013 36
  37. 37. Contract Number HE1254-11-1-0001 December 30, 2012 Progress ReportResults, Continued:State School Math SSS Science SSS English SSS February 23, 2013 March 2, 2013 November 10. 2012OK MacArthur March 30, 2013 April 6, 2013 January 19, 2013 April 20, 2013 April 27, 2013 March 9, 2013 February 9, 2013 February 23, 2013 October 13, 2012TX Copperas Cove HS March 2, 2013 March 23, 2013 December 1, 2012 April 27, 2013 April 20, 2013 April 13, 2013VA Bayside HS February 2, 2013 March 9, 2013 October 27, 2012VA Colonial Forge HS February 2, 2013 February 23, 2013 November 17, 2013VA North Stafford HS May 4, 2013 May 4, 2013 November 17, 2012VA Stafford HS May 4, 2013 April 27, 2013 November 17, 2013VA Tallwood HS April 27, 2013 April 20, 2013 October 27, 2012 37
  38. 38. Contract Number HE1254-11-1-0001 December 30, 2012 Progress ReportAction: Teachers receive access to the NMSI teacher website and participate in training forthe AP materials on the website. These materials are the most outstanding available for APteachers and are used by teachers year-round. Results: 100% of teachers at all DoDEA supported schools have received access to the NMSI teacher website. 38
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