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  • Community Forum October 2012

    1. 1. COMMUNITY FORUMDunlapCommunitySchool District#323October 22, 2012
    2. 2. Improve studentgrowth andachievementPartnership withfamilies & communityValues/Beliefs:Children learn atdifferent rates andwaysContinual stakeholderfeedback guides
    3. 3. Purpose of the Forum (Goal 4) Partner with families (Goal1) Provide information on student achievement and how data is used to support student learning (Values/Beliefs) Seek input, feedback, and ideas Transparency  Accurate/Informational Confidentiality  Some questions may be better answered by your child’s
    4. 4. Collect QuestionsWhat information are you seeking?What questions do you hope to have answered?Using the sticky notes at your place, respond to the questionsabove. You’ll be sharing these in groups of 2 or 3 in a moment!
    5. 5. Warm Up/Introductions! Find someone from another table you haven’t met Introduce yourself Share your response… What information are you seeking? What questions do you hope to have answered?
    6. 6. No Child Left BehindAdequate Yearly Progress
    7. 7. No Child Left Behind (2001)requires:  95% of all students in grades 3-8 and 11th grades be assessed (District 99.5%)  Schools meet the 91% attendance rate for elementary and middle schools (District 95.7%)  High Schools meet the minimum of 82% graduation rate (District 88.6%)  All students meet the minimum AYP (85% )  All subgroups (45 students or more) meet AYP (85%)  White, Black, Hispanic, Asian/Pacific Islander, Native America, Multi-Racial/Ethnic, Limited English Proficient, Students with Disabilities, and Economically
    8. 8. What is Adequate YearlyProgress?Percent of FAY students meeting /exceeding expectationsas per the ISAT and PSAE in reading & math as compared to thestate’s minimum target
    9. 9. 2012 District Performance All White Asian African American IEP Low SES 100 92 93 92 94 95 97 90 87 82 80AYP80 Minimum 74 71 70 67 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 Reading Math
    10. 10. http://iirc.niu.edu/
    11. 11. Closing the Achievement Gap
    12. 12. Dunlap’s Measures for StudentGrowth and Achievement
    13. 13. Commercial ISAT/ (textbook) PSAE/ Classroom exams ACT Continuous Improvement Performance Assessments District Assessment System Teacher Created District Formative & Summative Assessments Ability TestsAimsweb, STAR, AssessmentEXPLORE, PLAN CogAT
    14. 14. Reflect and Discuss No Child Left Behind At your table share = 1 assessment + 1 your thoughts data point concerning: Dunlap Assessment No Child Left Behind’s System = a variety requirement for of assessments + reporting student numerous data achievement and points Dunlap’s practice for measuring student growth
    15. 15. Services for Students withDisabilities Inclusive Philosophy Expanded Services Targeted Research-based Interventions
    16. 16. Response to Intervention Tier III Intensive, Individual Interventions as designed by TIER the Building Based Teams III Tier II Specific Skill Remediation TIER II TIER I Tier IClassroom Interventions
    17. 17. Elementary Process ISAT data is reviewed Aimsweb assessments are given in the Fall, Winter, & Spring Students needing additional support are identified (using Decision Matrix of District RTI Plan) Interventions are chosen for individual students Student progress is monitored
    18. 18. Aimsweb Reading ImprovementReport
    19. 19. Aimsweb Math ImprovementReport
    20. 20. Middle School Grade level teams review & triangulate the assessment data  ISAT  STAR Reading & Math  Textbook Inventory (Language Arts) Grade level teams provide interventions  Spartan Learning Community & Panther Pride (all students)  Specific RTI interventions identified as appropriate All students create individual SMART Goals & progress is monitored.
    21. 21. High SchoolData reviewed includes: EXPLORE (9th grade) PLAN (10th grade) Mock ACT (11th grade)
    22. 22. College Readiness is defined as…Minimum English, Reading, Math, andScience assessment scores required forstudents to have a 50 % chance ofobtaining a “B” or higher or about a 75%chance of obtaining a “C “or higher in thecorresponding college course.
    23. 23. EXPLORE Score Reporthttp://www.act.org/explorestudent/score/
    24. 24. Suggestions for improvement
    25. 25. Dunlap High SchoolSupport includes: Math RTI Study Halls Language Arts RTI Study Halls Peer Tutoring (National Honor Society)
    26. 26. System Interventions Continuous Improvement Classrooms  Students set goals and monitor progress Professional Learning Communities  What is it we want all students to know  How will we know they know it  What will we do when they don’t  What will we do when they already now
    27. 27. Ground rules Classroom Classroom and created by mission student students statements measurable goals TheQuality tools and PDSA used Continuous Classroom data Improvement centers regularly Classroom Classroom meetings Student-led Student data facilitated by conferences folders students
    28. 28. Classroom ContinuousImprovement
    29. 29. Professional Learning Teams Weekly Collaboration among Grade level, Department &/or Course Teams  Curriculum (What)  Instruction (How)  Student Achievement Data  Analyze assessment data  Intervention Planning  Support
    30. 30. Stakeholder FeedbackWhat is working well? What areas need to be Possible Solutions improved?
    31. 31. What’s next? Information & Feedback will be shared with the: DistrictLeadership Team Building Leadership Teams All stakeholders through our District Blog Feedback will be used for Continuous Improvement
    32. 32. Meeting Feedback

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