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Title.I.A Multiple Criteria Selection of Students for services

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  • http://dese.mo.gov/divimprove/fedprog/instrucimprov/preschool/
  • One form for each content area
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    • 1. Kaye Bertels Janet McLelland Federal Programs Conference 2009
    • 2.  
    • 3.
      • Title I Targeted Assistance Program
      • Eligibility of students
      • multi-criteria approach
      • use same criteria for all students in
      • the same grade level
    • 4.
      • Use minimum of two criteria
      • Each criterion must be objective and academically related
      • Teacher judgment should be quantified on a rating scale or checklist
      • Criteria should be consistent within each grade level served
    • 5.
      • Criteria may vary from school to school in multiple attendance centers and for participating nonpublic schools
      • MAP scores should be used as one of the criteria for all grades in which MAP is administered
      • If available, other standardized test scores may be used in addition to MAP
    • 6.
      • PRESCHOOL
      • must be selected based on objective,
      • developmentally appropriate criteria
      • EXAMPLES:
      • PAT screening
      • DIAL III
      • Denver Developmental Screening
      • Parent questionnaire
    • 7.
      • KINDERGARTEN THROUGH GRADE 2
      • EXAMPLES
      • teacher rating scales
      • Project Construct assessments
      • (School Entry Profiles)
      • other developmentally appropriate
      • measures
    • 8.
      • GRADES 3 through 12
      • EXAMPLES
      • MAP and EOC scores
      • teacher checklists
      • grades
      • locally developed assessments
      • other standardized test scores
    • 9.
      • Point values will be assigned and an
      • overall cutoff score established.
      • Point values and cutoff scores should
      • ensure that no student qualifies (or
      • disqualifies) based on a single criterion.
    • 10.
      • Title I Reading for 4 th grade:
      • District selects MAP scores, grades, and teacher checklist.
      • Criteria are assigned point values.
      • Criteria may be assigned any point values deemed appropriate.
      • The cutoff score should be established so that a student cannot qualify based on one criterion.
    • 11.
      • Student proficiency level for MAP
      • advanced = 0 points
      • proficient = 0 points
      • basic = 15 points
      • below basic = 20 points
      • Grades:
      • C or above = 0 points
      • D or below = 10 points
      • Teacher checklist
      • 14-32 points on checklist = 0 points
      • 33-51 points on checklist = 5 points
      • 52-70 points on checklist = 10 points
    • 12.
      • Student Eligibility Profile
      • Contains data about each student in
      • relation to multiple criteria
      • Is used to rank students in order of need
      • Is used to develop master list of eligible
      • students
    • 13.  
    • 14.
        • criteria used
        • points for each criterion total points for each student indicated
        • eligible students’ names
        • served (+) or not served (-)
        • reason for exclusion
    • 15.  
    • 16.
      • Students ranked according to educational need
        • Establish overall criteria cutoff score
      • Students must be served in order of greatest need
      • Master list for each grade level served
    • 17.  
    • 18.
      • http://dese.mo.gov/divimprove/fedprog /
      • Grantmgmnt/documents/Student_Selection_ Multiple_Criteria

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