What is the STaR Chart? Why is the STaR Chart necessary? What does it tell us? STaR Chart Campus Ratings
STaR means School Technology and Readiness Teachers and Administrators are required to complete each year. The state uses this data to determine if campuses are reaching the goals of the LRPT and NCLB. Campus is rated in 4 key areas: Teaching & Learning Educator Preparation & Development Leadership, Administration & Instructional Support Infrastructure for Technology
Texas Long-Range Plan for Technology 2006- 2020 (LRPT) No Child Left Behind (NLCB)
The STaR chart gives the campus of yearly progress report on meeting the Texas LRPT. Allows the district to update the District’s Technology Improvement Plan. How proficient teachers are with technology How the campus and district are doing in educating teachers on technology.
201816141210 2011-2012 8 2010-2011 6 2009-2010 4 2 0 Teaching & Educator Leadership & Infrastructure Learning Preparation & Instructional for Development Support Technology
Teaching & Learning In 3 years the campus saw no gain. Educator Preparation & Development In 3 years the campus saw no gain. Leadership, Administration & Instructional Support So moderate gains in 3 years. Moved from developing to advanced. Infrastructure for Technology In 3 years the campus saw a decline in our infrastructure.
Texas STaR Chart Texas Long-Range Plan for Technology