Academic	  Excellence	   	     Indicator	  System 	          2010-­‐11 	  Annual	  Report	  and	  Public	  Hearing	       ...
Academic	  Excellence	  Indicator	  System	  (AEIS)	       Comprehensive	  repor-ng	  system	  defined	  by	  statute	    ...
AEIS	  Report	    Cover	  Page	         District/Campus	  2010-­‐11	          Accountability	  Ra-ng	         District	...
AEIS	  Report	  Overview	  –	  Three	  SecLons	     Sec-on	  I:	  	  District/Campus	  Performance	         TAKS	  Perfo...
AEIS	  Report	  Overview	  –	  Three	  SecLons	        Sec-on	  II:	  	  District/Campus	  Profile	             Demograph...
AEIS:	  2011	  Accountability	  Standards	                                                                                ...
2011	  Accountability	  Results	  for	  Georgetown	  ISD	    Exemplary:	                                           Acade...
Percent	  Met	  2011	  TAKS	  Performance	  Standard	  	  (Standard	  Accountability	  Indicator)	  
New	  Base	  Indicators:	       English	  Language	  Learners	  Progress	  Indicator:	           81%	       Commended	 ...
CompleLon	  Rate	  I	        Comple-on	  Rate	  I	  (HS)	               Grades	  9-­‐12	                                 ...
CompleLon	  Rate	  I	  Class	  of	  2010	  (longitudinal	  data)	  
CompleLon	  Rate	  I	  (Standard	  Accountability	  Indicator)	  Class	  of	  2010	  (longitudinal	  data)	  
2011	  Annual	  Dropout	  Rate	  (Grades	  7-­‐8,	  2009-­‐10)	  	  (Standard	  Accountability	  Indicator)	  
AddiLonal	  Indicators:	  College	  Readiness	  Indicators	        Percent	  of	  high	  school	  students	  comple-ng	  ...
Addi-onal	  Indicators:	  SAT/ACT	  Results	  for	  the	  Class	  of	  2010	           Percent Tested:                   ...
AddiLonal	  Indicators:	  Texas	  Success	  IniLaLve	  (TSI)	  Percent	  of	  11th	  Graders	  MeeLng	  the	  Higher	  Edu...
AddiLonal	  Indicators:	  2010	  College-­‐Ready	  Graduates	  
AEIS	  Report	  	  SecLon	  II	  -­‐	  Profile	       Student	  Informa-on	                  Staff	  Informa-on	         ...
SecLon	  III:	  Bilingual	  EducaLon/English	  as	  a	  Second	  Language	  Report	  	  2010-­‐11	  District	  Performance...
Campus	  Performance	  ObjecLves	       Campus	  Improvement	  Plans	  are	  based	  on	  the	  AEIS	  data.	       Perf...
Violent	  and	  Criminal	  Incidents	     Texas	  statute	  (TEC	  39.053)	  requires	  every	  district	  to	  publish	 ...
Violent	  and	  Criminal	  Incidents	  for	  2010-­‐11	               Type                 #     Rate                     ...
Student	  Enrollment	  and	  Academic	  Performance	  	       (Texas	  Higher	  EducaLon	  CoordinaLng	  Board	  –	  Requi...
Accessing	  the	  AEIS	  Report	    Where	  the	  report	  is	  available:	         TEA: http://ritter.tea.state.tx.us/p...
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  1. 1. Academic  Excellence     Indicator  System   2010-­‐11  Annual  Report  and  Public  Hearing   Georgetown  ISD   February  16,  2012  
  2. 2. Academic  Excellence  Indicator  System  (AEIS)     Comprehensive  repor-ng  system  defined  by  statute     Published  annually  since  1990-­‐91     Gives  parents  and  community  a  snapshot  of     District/Campus  Performance  (Sec-on  I  of  AEIS  Report)     District/Campus  Profile  (Sec-on  II  of  AEIS  Report)     Contains  all  data  used  to  determine  District/Campus   accountability  ra-ngs     Uses  data  collected  through:     State  data  repor-ng  system  (PEIMS)     Student  assessment  system  
  3. 3. AEIS  Report    Cover  Page     District/Campus  2010-­‐11   Accountability  Ra-ng     District  PBM  Special  Educa-on   Monitoring  Results  Status                   (if  applicable)     District/Campus  Gold   Performance  Acknowledgments  
  4. 4. AEIS  Report  Overview  –  Three  SecLons     Sec-on  I:    District/Campus  Performance     TAKS  Performance/Par-cipa-on     Disaggregated  by  grade  level  &  student  group     ARendance  &  Annual  Dropout  Rate     Comple-on  Rate     College  Readiness  Indicators     Advanced  Course/Dual  Enrollment  Comple-on,  RHSP  &  DAP   Graduates,  AP/IB  Results,  Texas  Success  Ini-a-ve  -­‐  Higher   Educa-on  Readiness  Component  (HERC),  SAT/ACT  Results,   College-­‐Ready  Graduates  (Class  of  2010)  
  5. 5. AEIS  Report  Overview  –  Three  SecLons     Sec-on  II:    District/Campus  Profile     Demographic  data  about  students  and  staff     Financial  informa-on     Program  informa-on     Sec-on  III:    Bilingual  Educa-on  /  English  as  a   Second  Language  Report     TAKS  performance  data  for  current  year  Limited   English  Proficient  (LEP)  students  
  6. 6. AEIS:  2011  Accountability  Standards     Academically   Acceptable   Recognized   Exemplary   Meets  each  standard:   TAKS  (2010-­‐11)        Reading/ELA…….  70%   Meets  80%  standard  (including  TAKS  (Acc),  TAKS-­‐M,      Wri-ng…………..  70%   for  each  subject  &  TAKS-­‐Alt)  for  All  Students  &   Meets  90%  standard  each  student  group  (African      Social  Studies……  70%   OR   for  each  subject  American,  Hispanic,  White,      Mathema-cs…….  65%   Meets  75%  floor  and  Economically  Disadv.)  mee-ng      Science…………..  60%   Required  Improvement  minimum  size  requirements   OR  Meets  Required  Imprv.   ELL  Progress  Indicator   60%  at  or  above  criteria   60%  at  or  above  criteria   (2010-­‐11)  TELPAS  or  TAKS   N/A   OR  Meets  Required   OR  Meets  Required   All  ELL  Students  ≥  30   Improvement   Improvement  Commended  Performance   Meets  15%  standard   Meets  25%  standard  (2010-­‐11)  (including  all  TAKS)   N/A   for  Reading/ELA  and   for  Reading/ELA  and  if  meets  minimum  size  for  All  Students  &  Econ.  Disadv.   Mathema-cs   Mathema-cs   Meets  75.0%  standard   Meets  85.0%  standard  Comple@on  Rate  I*   OR  Meets  Required   OR  Meets  floor  of   Meets  95.0%  standard  (Class  of  2010)   Improvement  (RI)   75.0%  &  RI  Annual  Dropout  Rate*   Meets  1.6%  standard   Meets  1.6%  standard   Meets  1.6%  standard  (2009-­‐10)   OR  Meets  RI   OR  Meets  RI   OR  Meets  RI   *  If  meets  minimum  size:  All  Students,  African  American,        Hispanic,  White,  Economically  Disadvantaged  
  7. 7. 2011  Accountability  Results  for  Georgetown  ISD    Exemplary:     Academically  Acceptable:     Ford  Elementary     Georgetown  High  School     Richarte  High  School  (AEA)*    Recognized     Georgetown  ISD     Benold  Middle  School     Georgetown  9th  Grade  (EVHS)     Tippit  Middle  School     Cooper  Elementary     Forbes  Middle  School     McCoy  Elementary     PickeJ  Elementary     Frost  Elementary     Carver  Elementary     Village  Elementary     Williams  Elementary     Purl  Elementary   *AEA  –  AlternaLve  EducaLon  Accountability  System       (The  highest  raLng  allowed  is  Academically  Acceptable.)     Mitchell  Elementary  
  8. 8. Percent  Met  2011  TAKS  Performance  Standard    (Standard  Accountability  Indicator)  
  9. 9. New  Base  Indicators:     English  Language  Learners  Progress  Indicator:     81%     Commended  Performance:   Reading/ELA Mathematics All Students 41% 40% Econ. Disadv. 27% 25%
  10. 10. CompleLon  Rate  I   Comple-on  Rate  I  (HS)     Grades  9-­‐12   Dropped Graduated   4-­‐year  cohort  measure   Out   Formula:   Continued Received #   rdae +  o@ur        Gauts   Cn nes   High GED School#  Graduates  +  Con@nuers  +  GED  +  Dropouts  
  11. 11. CompleLon  Rate  I  Class  of  2010  (longitudinal  data)  
  12. 12. CompleLon  Rate  I  (Standard  Accountability  Indicator)  Class  of  2010  (longitudinal  data)  
  13. 13. 2011  Annual  Dropout  Rate  (Grades  7-­‐8,  2009-­‐10)    (Standard  Accountability  Indicator)  
  14. 14. AddiLonal  Indicators:  College  Readiness  Indicators     Percent  of  high  school  students  comple-ng  an   Advanced  Course/Dual  Enrollment  in  2009-­‐10:     24.3     Percent  of  2010  graduates  comple-ng  the   Recommended  High  School  Program  or  Dis-nguished   Achievement  Program:     89.8     Advanced  Placement  (AP)  results  for  2009-­‐10:     %  Tested:    18.3     %  Examinees  >=  Criterion*:    75.2     %  Scores  >=  Criterion*:    66.8   *3  on  AP  Exam  
  15. 15. Addi-onal  Indicators:  SAT/ACT  Results  for  the  Class  of  2010     Percent Tested:   Average SAT Score:   All Students: 66.9 GISD 1055 vs. 985 State Avg.   African Amer: 75.0   Hispanic: 50.3   Average ACT Score:   White: 73.6 GISD 23.0 vs. 20.5 State Avg.   Eco. Disadv: N/A   Percent At/Above Criterion*   All Students: 42.3   African Amer: 26.7   Hispanic: 25.0   White: 48.6   Eco. Disadv: N/A *1110 on the SAT, or 24 on the ACT
  16. 16. AddiLonal  Indicators:  Texas  Success  IniLaLve  (TSI)  Percent  of  11th  Graders  MeeLng  the  Higher  EducaLon  Readiness  Component   ELA: Scale Score ≥ 2200 & Score 3 or Higher on Essay Math: Scale Score ≥ 2200
  17. 17. AddiLonal  Indicators:  2010  College-­‐Ready  Graduates  
  18. 18. AEIS  Report    SecLon  II  -­‐  Profile     Student  Informa-on     Staff  Informa-on     Enrollment data by grade level   Type of staff   Ethnic distribution   Educational & experience level   Other demographic statistics   Salary data   Graduate information   Turnover rate for teachers   Retention rates   Average class size information   Financial  Informa-on     Tax information   Revenues   Expenditures   Program  Informa-on     Student enrollment   Teachers by program
  19. 19. SecLon  III:  Bilingual  EducaLon/English  as  a  Second  Language  Report    2010-­‐11  District  Performance  Report  for  Current  LEP  Students   TAKS  Met  2011  Standard  (Sum  of  All  Grades  Tested)   District  –  All   LEP  –  No   Indicator:   Students   Bilingual   ESL   Services   Reading/ELA   93%   79%   64%   87%   Mathema-cs   90%   82%   66%   88%   Wri-ng   93%   92%   65%   86%   Science   87%   71%   38%   33%   Social  Studies   97%   No  Bilingual   86%   Fewer  Than  5   Students  Tested   Students  Tested   All  Tests   83%   67%   42%   74%  
  20. 20. Campus  Performance  ObjecLves     Campus  Improvement  Plans  are  based  on  the  AEIS  data.     Performance  Objec-ves  are  approved  by  the  Board  of   Trustees.     Data  from  the  AEIS  gives  direc-on  for  the  development  of   performance  objec-ves  that  are  low  in  rela-on  to  the   accountability  standards.  
  21. 21. Violent  and  Criminal  Incidents     Texas  statute  (TEC  39.053)  requires  every  district  to  publish  an  annual   report  on  violent  and  criminal  incidents  at  campuses  in  the  district     The  report  must  include:     Number, rate, and type of incidents   Information concerning school violence prevention and intervention policies and procedures used by the district   Findings that result from evaluations conducted under the Safe and Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act
  22. 22. Violent  and  Criminal  Incidents  for  2010-­‐11   Type # Rate Type # Rate Controlled Substances 8 0.08% Alcohol Offenses 4 0.04% (including felony violations) Criminal Mischief 1 0.01% Weapons Violation 11 0.11% Arson 0 0% Assault (on employee/volunteer) 5 0.05% Retaliation 1 0.01% Assault (not on employee/volunteer) 7 0.07% Cigarette/Tobacco 6 0.06% Fighting/Mutual Combat 4 0.04% Terroristic Threat & 1 0.01% Public Lewdness & Indecent 4 0.04% False Report Exposure Conduct Punishable as 1 0.01% Other* 0 0% a Felony *Other: Other felonies (e.g., felony theft), school-related gang violence, gang-related activity, indecency with a child, aggravated kidnapping, aggravated robbery, aggravated assault, sexual assault, manslaughter, negligent homicide, deadly conduct, and murder Sources: PEIMS Edit+ Student Disciplinary Action Summary, 2010-11 Summer; GISD Total Enrollment as of Fall 2010-11 PEIMS Resubmission
  23. 23. Student  Enrollment  and  Academic  Performance     (Texas  Higher  EducaLon  CoordinaLng  Board  –  Required  Report)    Data  collected  and  reported  by  the  THECB  in  an  annual  report:      Report  of  2008-­‐2009  High  School  Graduates’  Enrollment  and  Academic  Performance  in  Texas   Public  Higher  EducaLon  in  Fiscal  Year  2010    Reports  on  student  performance  in  postsecondary  ins-tu-ons  during  the  first  year  enrolled   aner  gradua-on  from  high  school   GPA for 1st Year in Public Higher Education in Texas Total District: Georgetown ISD Graduates < 2.0 2.0 – 2.49 2.5 – 2.99 3.0 – 3.49 > 3.5 Unknown Four-Year Public University: GHS 166 26 28 35 49 28 0 Four-Year Public University: RHS 3 * * * * * * Two-Year Public Colleges: GHS & RHS 145 29 30 22 24 29 11 Independent Colleges & Universities: GHS 39 Not Trackable: GHS 12 Not Found: GHS & RHS 240 Total High School Graduates in GISD 605 GHS:  Georgetown  High  School   *If  enrollment  in  public  higher  educaLon  is  less  than  25,   RHS:  Richarte  High  School   the  GPA  data  is  omifed.  
  24. 24. Accessing  the  AEIS  Report    Where  the  report  is  available:     TEA: http://ritter.tea.state.tx.us/perfreport/aeis/2011/index.html   GISD website: http://www.georgetownisd.org/Domain/146   Campus libraries or offices (available within 2 weeks of public hearing)   Central administration building (available within 2 weeks of public hearing) Contact  InformaLon   Becky  McCoy,  GISD   Assessment  Director   (512)  943-­‐5000,  ext.  6034  mccoyr@georgetownisd.org   •   AEIS  Reports   (coming  soon)  

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