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Matrix plotting achievement and progress together-Value Added and Proficiency

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  • Educators have no control over the prior achievement levels of the students who enter their classrooms.
  • Educators have no control over the prior achievement levels of the students who enter their classrooms.
  • At a minimum, we should expect each student to progress one academic year in one year’s time.Students who are academically behind, must grow more than one academic year in one year’s time to close the gap.

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  • 4. Stair Step Expectations
    In a perfect world:
    • Students start at the same place
    • 5. Students progress at the same pace
    • 6. Achievement test scores are enough to show growth
  • 7. Stair Step Expectations
    In a perfect world:
    • Students start at the same place
    • 8. Students progress at the same pace
    • 9. Achievement test scores are enough to show growth
  • Differentiated Reality
    In reality:
    • Students start at different places
    • 10. Students progress at different rates
    • 11. Need more than scores on a single test to show a school’s effectiveness
  • 12. District Perspective-Comparing Achievement and Growth Akron City Schools 2011
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