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Farmington Area Public Schools Intructional Program Review Meeting - October 4, 2011

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Review assessment data as presented to the Farmington IPR Committee on October 4, 2011.

Review assessment data as presented to the Farmington IPR Committee on October 4, 2011.

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  • 1. Farmington Public Schools
    Student Achievement
  • 2. Assessments In Farmington
    Minnesota Comprehensive Assessments (MCAs)
    • Required by law
    • 3. Designed to monitor school & district progress on state standards
    NWEA Measure of Academic Progress (MAP)
    Designed to identify student academic status and monitor student academic growth
  • 4. Assessments, cont.
    GRAD tests
    • Required to graduate from high school
    • 5. Designed to ensure all high school graduates have basic academic skills
    Classroom assessments
    Other assessments
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  • 17. Demographic Information
  • 18. Demographic Information
  • 19. MCA Reading Results
    Performance of Student Subgroups Monitored for Achievement under Federal Law (NCLB)
    *ELL = English Language Learners
    **Poverty = Students Receiving Free/Reduced Priced Lunch
    Any Subgroups with fewer than 10 students will not be reported.
  • 20. MCA Math Results
    Performance of Student Subgroups Monitored for Achievement under Federal Law (NCLB)
    *ELL = English Language Learners
    **Poverty = Students Receiving Free/Reduced Priced Lunch
    Any Subgroups with fewer than 10 students will not be reported.
  • 21. GRAD Results
    Percent of Students passing the test on the first attempt.
    Students must meet GRAD test requirements in order to receive a diploma. Students who do not pass the first attempt have multiple opportunities to re-test.
  • 22. Grade Tested
  • 23. Grade Tested
  • 24. Summary
    Farmington students have shown significant growth in all areas assessed over the past 5 years.
    Current achievement is above the state in all state tests – and in most grades.
    Growth on the NWEA MAP from fall to spring exceeds the national norm growth in both reading and math

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