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what is ayp

AYP stands for Adequate Yearly Progress. As a part of the No Child Left Behind Act, schools are held accountable for their students reaching certain minimum standards in several subjects. Each state conducts an annual test to measure school progress. Illinois uses the ISAT (Illinois Standards Achievement Test). The cut-off scores differ by grade and subject, but a certain percentage of every school must meet or exceed expectations to reach AYP. More information can be found on the Illinois State Board of Education website: www.isbe.state.il.us

What is AYP?
making ayp

Scores are collected from third, fourth, and fifth grade in reading and math (Fourth grade also takes science)

  • Sub groups are created, such as ethnic or low income, if there are at least 45 students in that group
  • There are three requirements to make AYP:
    • At least 95% of all students must be tested
    • 85% or more must meet or exceed
    • The school must have a 91% attendance rate
Making AYP
ayp terminology

Fully recognized – School has made AYP and is in full compliance

  • Academic Early Warning Status - school
did not make AYP for two consecutive years and
is eligible for state sanctions
  • Academic Watch Status - school did not
make AYP for two additional years after being
placed on AEWS and is eligible for further
sanctions
AYP Terminology
sub groups

Gender

  • Racial/Ethnic background
  • Economically disadvantaged
  • Students with disabilities
Sub Groups
what is map

Oak Park, Lincoln, and most of Illinois uses MAP testing (Measures of Academic Progress)

  • Second through eighth grade are assessed
  • The test is administered three times a year to measure math and reading progress
  • MAP tests are taken online, and the test is adaptive to the student’s skills
  • The test is created by Northwest Evaluation Association (NWEA) www.nwea.org
What is MAP?
features of map tests

Challenging, appropriate, and dynamic

  • Immediate results
  • Untimed
  • Accurate data
  • Measures growth
  • Frequency of testing
  • Adaptive assessment
Features of MAP Tests
map data

Identifies instructional level

  • Provides information to help inform instructional decisions
  • Provides immediate data and dynamic, interactive reports
MAP Data
using data from map

Finding gaps

  • Monitoring progress
  • Monitoring programs
  • Conferencing
  • Informing instructional
decisions
  • Response to Intervention (RtI)
  • Individualized Education Plans (IEP)
Using data from MAP
instructional vs mastery

The MAP test:

  • Provides information about the instructional
level of the student.
  • Provides a road map for students toward
achieving mastery. It is not a test for determining mastery of skills
Instructional vs. Mastery
descartes

DesCartes is a tool that NWEA offers to teachers. It can be used to identify specific needs for a particular student, based on their performance. Teachers can choose the standard and sub-skill, then select the MAP score to receive specific suggestions to most effectively assist the learner.

DesCartes
ongoing use of data

Utilizing data to help inform instructional decisions

  • Differentiating instruction to better meet student needs
  • Grouping students flexibly for more effective instruction
  • Evaluating programs and curriculum for
effectiveness
Ongoing Use of Data
resources

www.isbe.net

  • www.nwea.org
  • iirc.niu.edu
  • www.corestandards.org

www.commoncore.org

  • www2.ed.gov/nclb
  • www.lexile.com
  • 2012 ISAT Report Card.pdf
Resources
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