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  • Examining Work Goal: Is the current credit recovery program adequate to not only allow students to receive credit for courses they have failed but also to prepare them for successful performance on the TAKS tests? Revisions to SIP/ PIP Resources/ Responsibility Benchmarks/ based on Outcomes Activities Research tools to Address Time Line Assessment monitoring Needed Activities and assessments Collect the Collect TAKS Disaggregated Chris Skinner Compile To be necessary data data for the TAKS results for Data by determined students that target students October participated in correlated to the 2010 the credit subjects taken in recovery Credit Recovery program for the 2009-2010 school year Analyzing Data • Determine • Data Chris Skinner December • Courses To be Analyze and the percent previously 2010 with more determined trend data passing rate collected than 70% for the • Database of passing rate students by questions will be subject from the excluded • Determine credit from any recovery analysis objectives software that are not (sorted by mastered by TAKS at least 70% objective) of the • Releases students TAKS that failed questions • Compare (sorted by the credit objective) recovery • Disaggregate performanc d TAKS e to the scores for entire the entire student student population population by objective (sorted by • Compare objective) the questions by target objectives from the program and released TAKS tests Develop Review findings Findings from Chris Skinner January To be deeper with principal and previous activity Facilitators 2011 determined understanding core subject Principal of the problem facilitators Engaging in Compile Data from Chris Skinner February To be Self Reflection comments and previous activity 2011 determined suggestions from Examine possibilities Exploring Programmatic Patterns • Does the data indicate a need for action? • Are the objectives adequately covered in the program? • Can the program be manipulated to meet the needs? Action plan Formulate action Previously Chris Skinner March To be