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MCAS Presentation from our 2012 Spring Results. Shared with Burlington School Committee on October 23, 2012

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  • Key points:\nEach student has the exact same opportunity to grow at the 99th percentile and the 1st percentile.\nNotice that the trend in the 40-60 range is pointing up slightly. That indicates that the median student in grade 6 ELA tends to score a bit better in grade 7 ELA, no matter if they’re in the Warning, Needs Improvement, Proficient, or Advanced category in grade 6. \n
  • Key points:\nEach student has the exact same opportunity to grow at the 99th percentile and the 1st percentile.\nNotice that the trend in the 40-60 range is pointing up slightly. That indicates that the median student in grade 6 ELA tends to score a bit better in grade 7 ELA, no matter if they’re in the Warning, Needs Improvement, Proficient, or Advanced category in grade 6. \n
  • Key points:\nEach student has the exact same opportunity to grow at the 99th percentile and the 1st percentile.\nNotice that the trend in the 40-60 range is pointing up slightly. That indicates that the median student in grade 6 ELA tends to score a bit better in grade 7 ELA, no matter if they’re in the Warning, Needs Improvement, Proficient, or Advanced category in grade 6. \n
  • Key points:\nEach student has the exact same opportunity to grow at the 99th percentile and the 1st percentile.\nNotice that the trend in the 40-60 range is pointing up slightly. That indicates that the median student in grade 6 ELA tends to score a bit better in grade 7 ELA, no matter if they’re in the Warning, Needs Improvement, Proficient, or Advanced category in grade 6. \n
  • Key points:\nEach student has the exact same opportunity to grow at the 99th percentile and the 1st percentile.\nNotice that the trend in the 40-60 range is pointing up slightly. That indicates that the median student in grade 6 ELA tends to score a bit better in grade 7 ELA, no matter if they’re in the Warning, Needs Improvement, Proficient, or Advanced category in grade 6. \n
  • Key points:\nEach student has the exact same opportunity to grow at the 99th percentile and the 1st percentile.\nNotice that the trend in the 40-60 range is pointing up slightly. That indicates that the median student in grade 6 ELA tends to score a bit better in grade 7 ELA, no matter if they’re in the Warning, Needs Improvement, Proficient, or Advanced category in grade 6. \n
  • Key points:\nEach student has the exact same opportunity to grow at the 99th percentile and the 1st percentile.\nNotice that the trend in the 40-60 range is pointing up slightly. That indicates that the median student in grade 6 ELA tends to score a bit better in grade 7 ELA, no matter if they’re in the Warning, Needs Improvement, Proficient, or Advanced category in grade 6. \n
  • Key points:\nEach student has the exact same opportunity to grow at the 99th percentile and the 1st percentile.\nNotice that the trend in the 40-60 range is pointing up slightly. That indicates that the median student in grade 6 ELA tends to score a bit better in grade 7 ELA, no matter if they’re in the Warning, Needs Improvement, Proficient, or Advanced category in grade 6. \n
  • Key points:\nEach student has the exact same opportunity to grow at the 99th percentile and the 1st percentile.\nNotice that the trend in the 40-60 range is pointing up slightly. That indicates that the median student in grade 6 ELA tends to score a bit better in grade 7 ELA, no matter if they’re in the Warning, Needs Improvement, Proficient, or Advanced category in grade 6. \n
  • Key points:\nEach student has the exact same opportunity to grow at the 99th percentile and the 1st percentile.\nNotice that the trend in the 40-60 range is pointing up slightly. That indicates that the median student in grade 6 ELA tends to score a bit better in grade 7 ELA, no matter if they’re in the Warning, Needs Improvement, Proficient, or Advanced category in grade 6. \n
  • Key points:\nEach student has the exact same opportunity to grow at the 99th percentile and the 1st percentile.\nNotice that the trend in the 40-60 range is pointing up slightly. That indicates that the median student in grade 6 ELA tends to score a bit better in grade 7 ELA, no matter if they’re in the Warning, Needs Improvement, Proficient, or Advanced category in grade 6. \n
  • Key points:\nEach student has the exact same opportunity to grow at the 99th percentile and the 1st percentile.\nNotice that the trend in the 40-60 range is pointing up slightly. That indicates that the median student in grade 6 ELA tends to score a bit better in grade 7 ELA, no matter if they’re in the Warning, Needs Improvement, Proficient, or Advanced category in grade 6. \n
  • Key points:\nEach student has the exact same opportunity to grow at the 99th percentile and the 1st percentile.\nNotice that the trend in the 40-60 range is pointing up slightly. That indicates that the median student in grade 6 ELA tends to score a bit better in grade 7 ELA, no matter if they’re in the Warning, Needs Improvement, Proficient, or Advanced category in grade 6. \n
  • Key points:\nEach student has the exact same opportunity to grow at the 99th percentile and the 1st percentile.\nNotice that the trend in the 40-60 range is pointing up slightly. That indicates that the median student in grade 6 ELA tends to score a bit better in grade 7 ELA, no matter if they’re in the Warning, Needs Improvement, Proficient, or Advanced category in grade 6. \n
  • Key points:\nEach student has the exact same opportunity to grow at the 99th percentile and the 1st percentile.\nNotice that the trend in the 40-60 range is pointing up slightly. That indicates that the median student in grade 6 ELA tends to score a bit better in grade 7 ELA, no matter if they’re in the Warning, Needs Improvement, Proficient, or Advanced category in grade 6. \n
  • Key points:\nEach student has the exact same opportunity to grow at the 99th percentile and the 1st percentile.\nNotice that the trend in the 40-60 range is pointing up slightly. That indicates that the median student in grade 6 ELA tends to score a bit better in grade 7 ELA, no matter if they’re in the Warning, Needs Improvement, Proficient, or Advanced category in grade 6. \n
  • Key points:\nEach student has the exact same opportunity to grow at the 99th percentile and the 1st percentile.\nNotice that the trend in the 40-60 range is pointing up slightly. That indicates that the median student in grade 6 ELA tends to score a bit better in grade 7 ELA, no matter if they’re in the Warning, Needs Improvement, Proficient, or Advanced category in grade 6. \n
  • Key points:\nEach student has the exact same opportunity to grow at the 99th percentile and the 1st percentile.\nNotice that the trend in the 40-60 range is pointing up slightly. That indicates that the median student in grade 6 ELA tends to score a bit better in grade 7 ELA, no matter if they’re in the Warning, Needs Improvement, Proficient, or Advanced category in grade 6. \n
  • Key points:\nEach student has the exact same opportunity to grow at the 99th percentile and the 1st percentile.\nNotice that the trend in the 40-60 range is pointing up slightly. That indicates that the median student in grade 6 ELA tends to score a bit better in grade 7 ELA, no matter if they’re in the Warning, Needs Improvement, Proficient, or Advanced category in grade 6. \n
  • Key points:\nEach student has the exact same opportunity to grow at the 99th percentile and the 1st percentile.\nNotice that the trend in the 40-60 range is pointing up slightly. That indicates that the median student in grade 6 ELA tends to score a bit better in grade 7 ELA, no matter if they’re in the Warning, Needs Improvement, Proficient, or Advanced category in grade 6. \n
  • Key points:\nEach student has the exact same opportunity to grow at the 99th percentile and the 1st percentile.\nNotice that the trend in the 40-60 range is pointing up slightly. That indicates that the median student in grade 6 ELA tends to score a bit better in grade 7 ELA, no matter if they’re in the Warning, Needs Improvement, Proficient, or Advanced category in grade 6. \n
  • Key points:\nEach student has the exact same opportunity to grow at the 99th percentile and the 1st percentile.\nNotice that the trend in the 40-60 range is pointing up slightly. That indicates that the median student in grade 6 ELA tends to score a bit better in grade 7 ELA, no matter if they’re in the Warning, Needs Improvement, Proficient, or Advanced category in grade 6. \n
  • Key points:\nEach student has the exact same opportunity to grow at the 99th percentile and the 1st percentile.\nNotice that the trend in the 40-60 range is pointing up slightly. That indicates that the median student in grade 6 ELA tends to score a bit better in grade 7 ELA, no matter if they’re in the Warning, Needs Improvement, Proficient, or Advanced category in grade 6. \n
  • Key points:\nEach student has the exact same opportunity to grow at the 99th percentile and the 1st percentile.\nNotice that the trend in the 40-60 range is pointing up slightly. That indicates that the median student in grade 6 ELA tends to score a bit better in grade 7 ELA, no matter if they’re in the Warning, Needs Improvement, Proficient, or Advanced category in grade 6. \n
  • Key points:\nEach student has the exact same opportunity to grow at the 99th percentile and the 1st percentile.\nNotice that the trend in the 40-60 range is pointing up slightly. That indicates that the median student in grade 6 ELA tends to score a bit better in grade 7 ELA, no matter if they’re in the Warning, Needs Improvement, Proficient, or Advanced category in grade 6. \n
  • Key points:\nEach student has the exact same opportunity to grow at the 99th percentile and the 1st percentile.\nNotice that the trend in the 40-60 range is pointing up slightly. That indicates that the median student in grade 6 ELA tends to score a bit better in grade 7 ELA, no matter if they’re in the Warning, Needs Improvement, Proficient, or Advanced category in grade 6. \n
  • Key points:\nEach student has the exact same opportunity to grow at the 99th percentile and the 1st percentile.\nNotice that the trend in the 40-60 range is pointing up slightly. That indicates that the median student in grade 6 ELA tends to score a bit better in grade 7 ELA, no matter if they’re in the Warning, Needs Improvement, Proficient, or Advanced category in grade 6. \n
  • Key points:\nThis is a numerical representation of the graphical data we just showed.\nThe student with the lowest absolute score actually demonstrated the most growth (and vice versa).\n
  • Key points:\nThis is a numerical representation of the graphical data we just showed.\nThe student with the lowest absolute score actually demonstrated the most growth (and vice versa).\n
  • Key points:\nThis is a numerical representation of the graphical data we just showed.\nThe student with the lowest absolute score actually demonstrated the most growth (and vice versa).\n
  • Key points:\nThis is a numerical representation of the graphical data we just showed.\nThe student with the lowest absolute score actually demonstrated the most growth (and vice versa).\n
  • Key points:\nThis is a numerical representation of the graphical data we just showed.\nThe student with the lowest absolute score actually demonstrated the most growth (and vice versa).\n
  • Key points:\nThis is a numerical representation of the graphical data we just showed.\nThe student with the lowest absolute score actually demonstrated the most growth (and vice versa).\n
  • Key points:\nThis is a numerical representation of the graphical data we just showed.\nThe student with the lowest absolute score actually demonstrated the most growth (and vice versa).\n
  • Key points:\nThis is a numerical representation of the graphical data we just showed.\nThe student with the lowest absolute score actually demonstrated the most growth (and vice versa).\n
  • Key points:\nThis is a numerical representation of the graphical data we just showed.\nThe student with the lowest absolute score actually demonstrated the most growth (and vice versa).\n
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  • Key points:\nDon’t make too much of small differences.\n
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Mcas 2012 preso for school committee Mcas 2012 preso for school committee Presentation Transcript

  • Burlington School Committee October 19, 2012
  • Norm-Referenced Tests
  • Norm-Referenced
  • Criterion-Referenced Tests
  • Let’s CallThis Mountain MCAS Criterion-Referenced
  • Purpose of MCAS• To inform/improve curriculum and instruction;• To evaluate student, school, and district performance according to Curriculum Framework content standards and MCAS performance standards;• To determine eligibility for high school Competency Determination. Source - http://www.doe.mass.edu
  • MCAS Were Not Intended To Rank Schools Source: Boston.com
  • Also Grade 3 ELA “School Rankings” Source: Boston.com
  • Growth to grade 7: Three students Gina, Harry, and Ivy 280MCAS ELA scaled score Advanced 260 248 Harry 248 240 Proficient 230 Gina 230 220 Needs Improvement 214 214 Ivy 200 Warning/Failing Grade 5 Grade 6 2006 2007 2008
  • Growth to grade 7: Three students Gina, Harry, and Ivy 280MCAS ELA scaled score Advanced 260 248 Harry 248 240 Proficient 230 Gina 230 220 Needs Improvement 214 214 Ivy 200 Warning/Failing Grade 5 Grade 6 2006 2007 2008
  • Growth to grade 7: Three students Gina, Harry, and Ivy 280MCAS ELA scaled score Advanced 260 248 Harry 248 240 Proficient 230 Gina 230 220 Needs Improvement 214 214 Ivy 200 Warning/Failing Grade 5 Grade 6 2006 2007 2008
  • Growth to grade 7: Three students Gina, Harry, and Ivy 280MCAS ELA scaled score Advanced 260 248 Harry 248 240 Proficient 230 Gina 230 220 Needs Improvement 214 214 Ivy 200 Warning/Failing Grade 5 Grade 6 2006 2007 2008
  • Growth to grade 7: Three students Gina, Harry, and Ivy 280MCAS ELA scaled score Advanced 260 248 Harry 248 240 Proficient 230 Gina 230 220 Needs Improvement 214 214 Ivy 200 Warning/Failing Grade 5 Grade 6 2006 2007 2008
  • Growth to grade 7: Three students English language arts Grade 5 Grade 6 2006 2007Gina 230 230Harry 248 248Ivy 214 214
  • Growth to grade 7: Three students English language arts Grade 5 Grade 6 Grade 7 SGP 2006 2007 2008 2008Gina 230 230 230 35Harry 248 248Ivy 214 214
  • Growth to grade 7: Three students English language arts Grade 5 Grade 6 Grade 7 SGP 2006 2007 2008 2008Gina 230 230 230 35Harry 248 248 244 25Ivy 214 214
  • Growth to grade 7: Three students English language arts Grade 5 Grade 6 Grade 7 SGP 2006 2007 2008 2008Gina 230 230 230 35Harry 248 248 244 25Ivy 214 214 226 92
  • A Look At BPS MCAS Scores from 2012
  • 2012 MCAS Results – Statewide and Burlington Change in Performance, 2011 to 2012 (Different Cohorts) Percent of Students Scoring Proficient and higher English Language Arts Mathematics SGP 2012 2011 2012 Change 2011 2012 Change ELA MathGrade 3 61 61 0 66 61 -5 62 65 +3 64 61 -3Grade 4 53 57 +4 47 51 +4 40 40 53 52 -1 47 42 -5Grade 5 67 61 -5 59 57 -2 55 45 81 70 -11 71 49 -12Grade 6 68 66 -2 56 58 +2 47 52 82 84 +2 68 69 +1Grade 7 73 71 -2 51 51 0 44 54 80 82 +2 57 58 +1Grade 8 79 81 +2 52 52 0 52 54 87 86 -1 63 60 -3Grade 10 84 88 +4 77 78 +1 42 38 94 96 +2 93 88 -5 Red represents Burlington and Black represents State.
  • Percent of Students at each Performance Level English Language Arts Mathematics Adv./ Prof. N.I. W/F Adv. Prof. N.I. W/F Ab. Prof.Grade 3 15 36 40 9 27 34 30 9 14 51 30 5 20 41 25 14Grade 4 13 44 30 14 16 35 36 12 7 45 36 12 8 34 43 15Grade 5 17 44 28 11 25 32 26 17 15 55 22 7 19 30 37 14Grade 6 18 48 22 11 24 33 24 16 19 65 12 4 27 40 19 7Grade 7 15 71 21 7 20 31 30 18 11 56 15 2 26 32 29 11Grade 8 18 63 14 6 22 30 28 19 20 66 11 3 26 34 28 12Grade 10 37 51 9 3 50 28 15 7 35 61 4 1 53 35 9 3 Adv. = Advanced Prof. = Proficient N.I. = Needs Improvement W/F = Warning/Failing Ab. Prof. = Above Proficient (Grade 3 only) 13 Red represents Burlington and Black represents State.
  • Rules of thumb• Typical student growth percentiles are between about 40 and 60 on most tests.• Students or groups outside this range has higher or lower than typical growth.• Differences of fewer than 10 SGP points are likely not educationally meaningful.
  • Grade 10 ELA
  • Grade 8 ELAGrade 8 ELA
  • Grade 7 ELAGrade 7 ELA
  • Grade 6 ELAGrade 6 ELA
  • Grade 5 ELAGrade 5 ELA
  • Grade 4 ELAGrade 4 ELA
  • Grade 10 Math
  • Grade 8 Math
  • Grade 7 Mathematics Grade 7 Math
  • Grade 6 Mathematics Grade 6 Math
  • Grade 5 Math
  • Grade 4 Mathematics Grade 4 Math
  • Goodbye MCAS, Hello Partnership forAssessment of Readinessfor College and Careers (PARCC)
  • From the new MA Teacher Evaluation ModelEvaluators draw upon multiple measures of studentlearning as a source of evidence for summativeperformance ratings.
  • 1. BPS continues to show average growth (a year ofgrowth after a year of instruction) at all levels2. We need to continue our focus on finding multiplemeasures to indicate student progress and successconcretely to parents and students.3. BPS needs to continue to adjust our curriculum to theCommon Core and the migration from MCAS toPARCC.