# B O E 12112007

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Published on December 12, 2007

Author: millerjtx

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Board presentation on school accountability reports December 11, 2007

School Accountability Reports (SAR) Presentation to BOE December 11, 2007

Colorado Accountability Systems Are you closing the achievement gap? (AYP)

Colorado Accountability Systems Are you providing a well- rounded educational experience? (Accreditation)

2 Key Metrics

#1 Overall Academic Performance on State Assessments

Excellent High Average Low Unsatisfactory

Significant Improvement Improvement Stable Decline Significant Decline

School Growth What percentage of students are making adequate growth in a school?

a year’s growth in a year’s time

Previous Method for Calculating “Improvement” Year 1 Year 2 Science (all grades) Science (all grades) Math (all grades) Math (all grades) Writing Eng/Sp (all grades) Writing Eng/Sp (all grades) Reading Eng/Sp (all grades) Reading Eng/Sp (all grades) All scores are used to calculate one rating. Year 1 rating is compared to year 2 rating to measure growth. SAR SAR

Change from “Academic Improvement” to “Academic Growth” Problems with this method: Students in year #2 were not the same as year #1.

Comparing Apples to Oranges Apples Year 1 Year 2

Is it fair to compare one year’s students to the next year’s if they are not the same students?

How to calculate for a student… Step#1: Figure out individual student % rank based on scale score for year #1. Step#2: Based on % ranking obtain student’s target score range for year #2. Step #3: Determine whether student made more than a year’s growth, made a year’s growth, or made less than a year’s growth.

How to calculate for a student… Step#1: Figure out individual student rank based on scale score for year #1. 75% 4th grade CSAP overall score is 626 in year #1

How to calculate for a student… Step#2: Based on % ranking obtain student’s target score range for year #2. 75% in year #2 (grade 5) is 656

873 906 th th Reading: 4 to 5 grade 687- 626 625 75% 180 220

How to calculate for a student… Step #3: Determine whether student made more than a year’s growth, made a year’s growth, or made less than a year’s growth. 5th grade CSAP is 676…between 625 and 687 year’s growth

How to calculate for a school… Step #1: Calculate growth for all students in all relevant subjects (no science). Step #2: Determine the proportion of scores that are more than a year’s growth, a year’s growth, or less than a year’s growth. Step #3: Subtract the proportion less than a year’s growth from the proportion of more than a year’s growth. Step #4: Use the result to determine “Academic Growth of Students”

Step #1: Calculate growth for all students in all relevant subjects (no science).

Step #2: Determine the proportion of scores that are more than a year’s growth, a year’s growth, or less than a year’s growth. 33 students 5 gains (15%) 9 loss (27%) 19 stable (58%)

Step #3: Subtract the proportion less than a year’s growth from the proportion of more than a year’s growth. 15%-27%=-12%

Step #4: Use the result to determine “Academic Growth of Students” Significant >=15% Improvement Improvement 5.01 to 14.99 Stable +5.00 to –5.00 Decline -5.01 to -14.99 Significant <=-15.00 Decline

a year’s growth in a year’s time

Excellent High Average Low Unsatisfactory

Significant Improvement Improvement Stable Decline Significant Decline

5 “Average”, 9 “Low”, and 1 “Unsatisfactory” 11 “Low” Schools

Average and Improvement Significant >=15% Improvement Improvement 5.01 to 14.99 Stable +5.00 to – 5.00 Decline -5.01 to -14.99 Significant <=-15.00 Decline

Low and Significant Improvement Significant >=15% Improvement Improvement 5.01 to 14.99 Stable +5.00 to – 5.00 Decline -5.01 to -14.99 Significant <=-15.00 Decline

Low and Significant Decline (CLA)(3-5) Significant >=15% Improvement Improvement 5.01 to 14.99 Stable +5.00 to –5.00 Decline -5.01 to -14.99 Significant <=-15.00 Decline

Average and Decline Significant >=15% Improvement Improvement 5.01 to 14.99 Stable +5.00 to –5.00 Decline -5.01 to -14.99 Significant <=-15.00 Decline

Low and Stable (3-5) Significant >=15% Improvement Improvement 5.01 to 14.99 Stable +5.00 to –5.00 Decline -5.01 to -14.99 Significant <=-15.00 Decline

Average and Significant Improvement Significant >=15% Improvement Improvement 5.01 to 14.99 Stable +5.00 to – 5.00 Decline -5.01 to -14.99 Significant <=-15.00 Decline

Average and Significant Improvement Significant >=15% Improvement Improvement 5.01 to 14.99 Stable +5.00 to – 5.00 Decline -5.01 to -14.99 Significant <=-15.00 Decline

Low and Decline Significant >=15% Improvement Improvement 5.01 to 14.99 Stable +5.00 to –5.00 Decline -5.01 to -14.99 Significant <=-15.00 Decline

Low and Decline

Low and Decline (CLA)(6-8) Significant >=15% Improvement Improvement 5.01 to 14.99 Stable +5.00 to –5.00 Decline -5.01 to -14.99 Significant <=-15.00 Decline

Average and Stable (6-7) Significant >=15% Improvement Improvement 5.01 to 14.99 Stable +5.00 to –5.00 Decline -5.01 to -14.99 Significant <=-15.00 Decline

Low and Stable Significant >=15% Improvement Improvement 5.01 to 14.99 Stable +5.00 to –5.00 Decline -5.01 to -14.99 Significant <=-15.00 Decline

Low and Decline Significant >=15% Improvement Improvement 5.01 to 14.99 Stable +5.00 to –5.00 Decline -5.01 to - 14.99 Significant <=-15.00 Decline

Low and Decline Significant >=15% Improvement Improvement 5.01 to 14.99 Stable +5.00 to –5.00 Decline -5.01 to -14.99 Significant <=-15.00 Decline

Unsatisfactory and Significant Decline Significant >=15% Improvement Improvement 5.01 to 14.99 Stable +5.00 to –5.00 Decline -5.01 to -14.99 Significant <=-15.00 Decline

2007 Highlights Kemp Elementary School moves to “Average” Hanson (6-7) is “Average” in its first year. Monaco and Alsup maintain three straight years of “Improvement” or “Significant Improvement”.

High Expectations

Standards-based Classrooms

Focused Professional Development

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