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OECD Test for SchoolsPilot**Based on the PISAFAIRFAX COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS April 2013
OECD Test for Schools Pilot• 125 Schools in Canada, UK and USincluding 10 schools from FCPS• 48 School Districts• 6 magnet...
The ~ Percentage of Persons with HighSchool or Equivalent Qualfications0102030405060708090100UnitedStatesCzechRepublicEsto...
LangleyHighSchoolThe Socio-Economic Background ofStudents in Participating FCPS SchoolsSocio-economic advantage of student...
LangleyHighSchoolFCPS Schools Compared withSchools in 2009 PISA5500 is the US Mean566 is the Shanghai MeanSocio-economic a...
ReadingLevels Examples of 4C’s in each level6• Students can assimilate information from unfamiliar content area presented ...
LangleyHighSchoolReading by Proficiency Level7-100 -80 -60 -40 -20 0 20 40 60 80 100US--2009FCPS--Pilot AverageWoodson HST...
LangleyHighSchool8-100 -80 -60 -40 -20 0 20 40 60 80 100Oakton HSLangley HSLevel1 Below Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Le...
• Self-efficacy in mathematics:Students’ belief in their ability toovercome difficulties or obstaclesto solving math probl...
10Oakton HSFairfaxCountyPublicSchools
Teacher-Student Relations11FairfaxCountyPublicSchools
Other Data Available• International and nationalcomparisons• Learning Environment andTeacher-Student Relationship• Student...
High performing systems often prioritize thequality of teachers over the size of classesContribution of various factors to...
Next Steps for FCPS• Network with other schools in the US thatparticipated in the PISA pilot– America Achieves Event– EdLe...
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  1. 1. OECD Test for SchoolsPilot**Based on the PISAFAIRFAX COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS April 2013
  2. 2. OECD Test for Schools Pilot• 125 Schools in Canada, UK and USincluding 10 schools from FCPS• 48 School Districts• 6 magnets, 6 charters and 1 privateschool included• 7,400 students tested during May andJune 2012• 75 students per school targeted• Reading, Math, and Science areassessed• Students also completed aquestionnaire about classroommanagement and relationshipswith teachers2FairfaxCountyPublicSchools
  3. 3. The ~ Percentage of Persons with HighSchool or Equivalent Qualfications0102030405060708090100UnitedStatesCzechRepublicEstoniaGermanySwitzerlandDenmarkCanadaNorwaySwedenRussianFederation4Austria3SloveniaIsraelSlovakRepublicNewZealandHungaryFinlandUnitedKingdom3NetherlandsLuxembourgEU19averageOECDaverageFranceAustraliaIcelandBelgiumPolandIrelandKoreaChile2GreeceItalySpainTurkeyPortugalMexicoBrazil21990s 1980s 1970s 1960s1. Excluding ISCED 3C short programmes 2. Year of reference 20043. Including some ISCED 3C short programmes 3. Year of reference 2003.1311273FairfaxCountyPublicSchoolsPercent
  4. 4. LangleyHighSchoolThe Socio-Economic Background ofStudents in Participating FCPS SchoolsSocio-economic advantage of studentsLangleyHighSchool4FairfaxCountyPublicSchools
  5. 5. LangleyHighSchoolFCPS Schools Compared withSchools in 2009 PISA5500 is the US Mean566 is the Shanghai MeanSocio-economic advantage of studentsFairfaxCountyPublicSchools
  6. 6. ReadingLevels Examples of 4C’s in each level6• Students can assimilate information from unfamiliar content area presented inatypical formats5• Students can find information in unfamiliar texts and infer which information isrelevant4• Students can locate embedded information and construct meaning fromlinguistic nuances3• Students can integrate several parts of the text to identify a main idea2• Students can compare and contrast between texts and outside knowledge1• Student can locate pieces of information that is explicitly statedStudents Below Level 1 Students Above Level 16
  7. 7. LangleyHighSchoolReading by Proficiency Level7-100 -80 -60 -40 -20 0 20 40 60 80 100US--2009FCPS--Pilot AverageWoodson HSThomas Jefferson HSSTOakton HSMount Vernon HSLee HSLangley HSHerndon HSHayfield SSFalls Church HSChantilly HSLevel1 Below Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6FairfaxCountyPublicSchools
  8. 8. LangleyHighSchool8-100 -80 -60 -40 -20 0 20 40 60 80 100Oakton HSLangley HSLevel1 Below Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6What Does the Same MeanActually Mean?Langley High School and Oakton High SchoolBoth Have a Mean Score of 543FairfaxCountyPublicSchools
  9. 9. • Self-efficacy in mathematics:Students’ belief in their ability toovercome difficulties or obstaclesto solving math problems• Confidence that one will be able tosolve a problem is a precursor toinvesting the time and effortneeded to tackle itStudents’ Self-efficacy inMathematics9FairfaxCountyPublicSchools
  10. 10. 10Oakton HSFairfaxCountyPublicSchools
  11. 11. Teacher-Student Relations11FairfaxCountyPublicSchools
  12. 12. Other Data Available• International and nationalcomparisons• Learning Environment andTeacher-Student Relationship• Students’ reading habits• Students’ attitudes aboutreading, math and science• Students’ self-belief and interest inreading and science• Public vs. private schools• Boys and girls comparison inreading, math, and science• Extensive policy research12FairfaxCountyPublicSchools
  13. 13. High performing systems often prioritize thequality of teachers over the size of classesContribution of various factors to upper secondary teacher compensation costsper student as a percentage of GDP per capita (2004)-10-5051015PortugalSpainSwitzerlandBelgiumKoreaLuxembourgGermanyGreeceJapanAustraliaUnitedKingdomNewZealandFranceNetherlandsDenmarkItalyAustriaCzechRepublicHungaryNorwayIcelandIrelandMexicoFinlandSwedenUnitedStatesPolandSlovakRepublicSalary as % of GDP/capita Instruction time 1/teaching time 1/class size-10-5051015PortugalSpainSwitzerlandBelgiumKoreaLuxembourgGermanyGreeceJapanAustraliaUnitedKingdomNewZealandFranceNetherlandsDenmarkItalyAustriaCzechRepublicHungaryNorwayIcelandIrelandMexicoFinlandSwedenUnitedStatesPolandSlovakRepublicDifference with OECD averagePercentage pointsFairfaxCountyPublicSchools13
  14. 14. Next Steps for FCPS• Network with other schools in the US thatparticipated in the PISA pilot– America Achieves Event– EdLeader21• Share the results with all FCPS schools– Pyramid Planning– Benchmarking against the best– Leadership Conference- Pasi Sahlberg– Division Strengths/Challenges• Examine FCPS/VA/US policies toensure they are supportive ofthe best conditions for learning14FairfaxCountyPublicSchools

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