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• School Accountability Reports (SAR) Presentation to BOE December 11, 2007
• Colorado Accountability Systems Are you closing the achievement gap? (AYP)
• Colorado Accountability Systems Are you providing a well- rounded educational experience? (Accreditation)
• Colorado Accountability Systems Are you succeeding in core academic subjects? (SAR)
• 2 Key Metrics
• #1 Overall Academic Performance on State Assessments
• Excellent High Average Low Unsatisfactory
• #2 Academic Growth of Students
• Significant Improvement Improvement Stable Decline Significant Decline
• School Growth What percentage of students are making adequate growth in a school?
• a year’s growth in a year’s time
• Previous Method for Calculating “Improvement” Year 1 Year 2 Science (all grades) Science (all grades) Math (all grades) Math (all grades) Writing Eng/Sp (all grades) Writing Eng/Sp (all grades) Reading Eng/Sp (all grades) Reading Eng/Sp (all grades) All scores are used to calculate one rating. Year 1 rating is compared to year 2 rating to measure growth. SAR SAR
• Change from “Academic Improvement” to “Academic Growth” Problems with this method: Students in year #2 were not the same as year #1.
• Comparing Apples to Oranges Apples Year 1 Year 2
• Is it fair to compare one year’s students to the next year’s if they are not the same students?
• How to calculate for a student… Step#1: Figure out individual student % rank based on scale score for year #1. Step#2: Based on % ranking obtain student’s target score range for year #2. Step #3: Determine whether student made more than a year’s growth, made a year’s growth, or made less than a year’s growth.
• How to calculate for a student… Step#1: Figure out individual student rank based on scale score for year #1. 75% 4th grade CSAP overall score is 626 in year #1
• How to calculate for a student… Step#2: Based on % ranking obtain student’s target score range for year #2. 75% in year #2 (grade 5) is 656
• 873 906 th th Reading: 4 to 5 grade 687- 626 625 75% 180 220
• How to calculate for a student… Step #3: Determine whether student made more than a year’s growth, made a year’s growth, or made less than a year’s growth. 5th grade CSAP is 676…between 625 and 687 year’s growth
• How to calculate for a school… Step #1: Calculate growth for all students in all relevant subjects (no science). Step #2: Determine the proportion of scores that are more than a year’s growth, a year’s growth, or less than a year’s growth. Step #3: Subtract the proportion less than a year’s growth from the proportion of more than a year’s growth. Step #4: Use the result to determine “Academic Growth of Students”
• Step #1: Calculate growth for all students in all relevant subjects (no science).
• Step #2: Determine the proportion of scores that are more than a year’s growth, a year’s growth, or less than a year’s growth. 33 students 5 gains (15%) 9 loss (27%) 19 stable (58%)
• Step #3: Subtract the proportion less than a year’s growth from the proportion of more than a year’s growth. 15%-27%=-12%
• Step #4: Use the result to determine “Academic Growth of Students” Significant >=15% Improvement Improvement 5.01 to 14.99 Stable +5.00 to –5.00 Decline -5.01 to -14.99 Significant <=-15.00 Decline
• a year’s growth in a year’s time
• Excellent High Average Low Unsatisfactory
• Significant Improvement Improvement Stable Decline Significant Decline
• 5 “Average”, 9 “Low”, and 1 “Unsatisfactory” 11 “Low” Schools
• Average and Improvement Significant >=15% Improvement Improvement 5.01 to 14.99 Stable +5.00 to – 5.00 Decline -5.01 to -14.99 Significant <=-15.00 Decline
• Low and Significant Improvement Significant >=15% Improvement Improvement 5.01 to 14.99 Stable +5.00 to – 5.00 Decline -5.01 to -14.99 Significant <=-15.00 Decline
• Low and Significant Decline (CLA)(3-5) Significant >=15% Improvement Improvement 5.01 to 14.99 Stable +5.00 to –5.00 Decline -5.01 to -14.99 Significant <=-15.00 Decline
• Average and Decline Significant >=15% Improvement Improvement 5.01 to 14.99 Stable +5.00 to –5.00 Decline -5.01 to -14.99 Significant <=-15.00 Decline
• Low and Stable (3-5) Significant >=15% Improvement Improvement 5.01 to 14.99 Stable +5.00 to –5.00 Decline -5.01 to -14.99 Significant <=-15.00 Decline
• Average and Significant Improvement Significant >=15% Improvement Improvement 5.01 to 14.99 Stable +5.00 to – 5.00 Decline -5.01 to -14.99 Significant <=-15.00 Decline
• Average and Significant Improvement Significant >=15% Improvement Improvement 5.01 to 14.99 Stable +5.00 to – 5.00 Decline -5.01 to -14.99 Significant <=-15.00 Decline
• Low and Decline Significant >=15% Improvement Improvement 5.01 to 14.99 Stable +5.00 to –5.00 Decline -5.01 to -14.99 Significant <=-15.00 Decline
• Low and Decline
• Low and Decline (CLA)(6-8) Significant >=15% Improvement Improvement 5.01 to 14.99 Stable +5.00 to –5.00 Decline -5.01 to -14.99 Significant <=-15.00 Decline
• Average and Stable (6-7) Significant >=15% Improvement Improvement 5.01 to 14.99 Stable +5.00 to –5.00 Decline -5.01 to -14.99 Significant <=-15.00 Decline
• Low and Stable Significant >=15% Improvement Improvement 5.01 to 14.99 Stable +5.00 to –5.00 Decline -5.01 to -14.99 Significant <=-15.00 Decline
• Low and Decline Significant >=15% Improvement Improvement 5.01 to 14.99 Stable +5.00 to –5.00 Decline -5.01 to - 14.99 Significant <=-15.00 Decline
• Low and Decline Significant >=15% Improvement Improvement 5.01 to 14.99 Stable +5.00 to –5.00 Decline -5.01 to -14.99 Significant <=-15.00 Decline
• Unsatisfactory and Significant Decline Significant >=15% Improvement Improvement 5.01 to 14.99 Stable +5.00 to –5.00 Decline -5.01 to -14.99 Significant <=-15.00 Decline
• 2007 Highlights Kemp Elementary School moves to “Average” Hanson (6-7) is “Average” in its first year. Monaco and Alsup maintain three straight years of “Improvement” or “Significant Improvement”.
• High Expectations
• Standards-based Classrooms
• Focused Professional Development
• Data