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Massachusetts School and District Accountability System 2003 Mid-Cycle AYP Determinations. State Report December 4, 2003. Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) determinations are a tool for assessing the progress of our climb to higher levels of student achievement. 75.6.

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Massachusetts School and District Accountability System 2003 Mid-Cycle AYP Determinations

State Report December 4, 2003

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Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) determinations are a tool for assessing the progress of our climb to higher levels of student achievement.

75.6

A: Participation

60.8

B: Performance

C: Improvement

D: Attendance or

Graduation rate

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Two Ways to Make AYP:

Participation + Performance (A+B) = AYP

75.6

A: Participation

60.8

B:Performance

C:Improvement

D:Attendance or

Graduation rate

Participation + Improvement + Attendance or Graduation Rate (A+C+D) = AYP

or

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How Did We Do in English Language Arts (ELA), Statewide, In 2003?

CPI 83.1

STATE ELA PERFORMANCETARGET, CYCLE III: 75.6

MCAS PARTICIPATION RATE: 99%

State ELA Results

All Students ( Aggregate )

Participation + Performance (A+ B) = AYP

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State ELA Performance Results by Student Subgroup

White: 87.6

Asian/Pacific Is: 82.8

Native American: 78.0

Free/Red. Lunch: 68.8

African American/Black: 69.2

Special Ed: 63.2

Hispanic: 63.7

LEP: 52.1

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Three Student Subgroups Made AYP in ELA Through Participation and Performance (A+B = AYP)

White: 87.6

Asian/Pacific Is: 82.8

Native American: 78.0

75.6

At or Above State Performance Target and Made State Participation Target

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Three More Student Subgroups Made AYP in ELA Through Participation, Improvement, and Attendance

Free/Reduced Lunch

African American/Black

Special Education

At or Above State Participation Target and Subgroup’s Improvement and Attendance Targets

Participation + Improvement + Attendance (A+C+D) = AYP

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State ELA Improvement for Student Subgroups Performing Below State Performance Target

Free/Reduced Lunch: +4.8

African American/Black: + 4.5

Special Education: +4.1

Hispanic: +6.4

LEP: +20.1

All 5 Subgroups Met Their Group’s Improvement Target for 2003

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State Attendance Results by Student Subgroup

Asian/Pacific Is: 95.7

Limited English Proficient: 93.2

White: 94.4

Special Education: 92.5

African American /Black: 92.7

Free/Reduced Lunch: 92.4

Native American: 91.8

Hispanic: 91.7

Met Attendance Target

Did Not Meet Attendance Target

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2003 MID-CYCLE REPORT

Two Student Subgroups Did Not Make AYP in ELA

Hispanic

LEP

LEP Students: Did not meet State’s 95% Participation Target

Hispanic Students: Did not meet their Attendance Target

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STATE MATH PERFORMANCETARGET, CYCLE III: 60.8

CPI 69.3

MCAS PARTICIPATION RATE: 99%

State Mathematics Results

All Students ( Aggregate )

How Did We Do in Math, Statewide, In 2003?

Participation + Performance (A+ B) = AYP

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State MATH Performance Results by Student Subgroup

White: 77.5

Asian/Pacific Is: 74.5

Native American: 61.9

Free/Reduced Lunch 51.5

African American/Black: 49.2

Special Ed: 45.9

Hispanic: 46.7

LEP: 44.5

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2003 MID-CYCLE REPORT

Three Student Subgroups Made AYP in Math Through Participation and Performance

Asian/Pacific Is: 77.5

White: 74.5

Native American: 61.9

At or Above State Performance Target and State Participation Target

Participation + Performance = AYP

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State MATH Improvement for Student Subgroups Performing Below State Performance Target

Free/Reduced Lunch: +4.8

African American/Black: + 4.5

Special Education: +4.1

Hispanic: +6.4

LEP: +20.1

All 5 Subgroups Met Their Group’s Improvement Target for 2003

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2003 MID-CYCLE REPORT

Two More Student Subgroups Made AYP in Math Through Participation, Improvement, and Attendance

Free/Reduced Lunch

African American/Black

At or Above State Participation Targetand Met Subgroup’s Improvement and Attendance Targets

Participation + Improvement + Attendance = AYP

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Statewide, Three Student Subgroups Did Not Make AYP in Math

Special Education Students: Performed below the State’s Performance Target and did not meet their group Improvement Target

LEP Students: Did not meet State’s Participation Target

Hispanic Students: Did not meet State’s Performance Target or the State Attendance Target

massachusetts school districts results for students in the aggregate
Massachusetts School Districts Results for Students in the Aggregate

Only 6% (14 districts) did not make AYP in ELA, Math or both Subjects for students in the aggregate

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