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The Missouri School Improvement program. Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. September 28, 2012. Overview. MSIP 5 Resource and Process Standards MSIP 5 Performance Standards and Scoring Guide Question and Answer. Why we’re here!. MSIP 5 Policy Goals.

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The missouri school improvement program

The Missouri School Improvement program

Missouri Departmentof Elementary and Secondary Education

September 28, 2012


Overview

Overview

  • MSIP 5 Resource and Process Standards

  • MSIP 5 Performance Standards and Scoring Guide

  • Question and Answer


Why we re here

Why we’re here!


Msip 5 policy goals

MSIP 5 Policy Goals

  • Promote Continuous Improvement and Innovation

  • Establish the State's Expectations

  • Distinguish Performance of Schools and Districts

  • Empower All Stakeholders


School district classification

School District Classification

Third Cycle

Fourth Cycle

Annual Performance Report

Performance

Determines Review Types

+

Resource

Review (resource and process)

+

School Improvement Team

Process (review)

=

Performance

=

Accreditation

Accreditation


School district classification1

School District Classification

Fourth Cycle

MSIP 5

Annual Performance Report

Annual Performance Report

Determines Review Type

Determines Interventions and Supports

Review (resource and process)

Review (resource and process)

School Improvement Team

School Improvement Team

Performance

Performance

=

=

Accreditation

Accreditation


Resource standards

Resource Standards

  • Elementary

  • High School

  • Class Size and Assigned Enrollments

  • Guidance and Counseling Staff

  • Certification and Licensure

  • Principals/Building Administrators


Process standards

Process Standards

  • Teacher/Leader Standards (2)

  • Instruction Standards (11)

  • Governance Standards (11)


Performance standards

Performance Standards

  • Academic Achievement

  • Subgroup Achievement

  • College and Career Readiness (K-12 only)

  • High School Readiness (K-8 only)

  • Attendance Rate

  • Graduation Rate (K-12 only)


Percent districts meeting 4 th cycle standard

Percent Districts Meeting 4th Cycle Standard


2012 fourth cycle results

2012 Fourth Cycle Results


Msip 5 targets

MSIP 5 Targets

  • Exceeds – represents a level of performance approximately equivalent to the projected 2020 performance of the top 10 states on the corresponding NAEP exam OR, in subjects for which state-by-state NAEP data are unavailable, an equally rigorous target.

  • On Target —represents a level of performance about equal to 75% proficient by year 2020. Current performance is compared to this target, then a linear trajectory is created that requires equal annual progress increments to reach the 2020 target.

  • Approaching—represents a level of performance about equal to 100% Basic if each

  • Floor—represents a level of performance less than 100% Basic


Transition

Transition


Academic achievement

Academic Achievement

  • Multiple Measures

  • Status + Progress OR Growth (where applicable)

  • Apply Full Academic Year (FAY) for accountability; report all students

  • Eliminate “grade span” and report at school/LEA configuration


Academic achievement status

Academic Achievement - Status

  • Set Standardized Status Expectation for all districts

  • Use 3 most recent years to calculate status

  • Use an Index to calculate and add percent proficient for reporting


Academic achievement status1

Academic Achievement - Status


Academic achievement status2

Academic Achievement - Status


Map performance index

MAP Performance Index


Proposed status targets mathematics

Proposed Status Targets - Mathematics


Academic achievement progress

Academic Achievement - Progress

  • Promote continuous improvement

  • Allow for differentiated improvement targets

    • Use percentage gap reduction


Academic achievement growth

Academic Achievement - Growth

  • Student Growth Pilot Concluded

    • Missouri Growth Model

  • Statistical Significance

    • Exceeding

    • On Target

    • Below Target


Subgroup achievement

Subgroup Achievement

  • Challenges Associated with NCLB Implementation

    • “All or nothing” approach

    • Distribution of subgroups among LEAs

      • Number of subgroups vary LEA to LEA

      • Minimum “n”

    • Duplicated Count


Subgroup achievement1

Subgroup Achievement

  • Report all subgroups individually

    • Maintains focus on the performance of each child

  • Apply accountability to a super subgroup

    • Allows for inclusion of students otherwise missed due to small “n” size

    • Eliminates duplicated count

    • Levels playing field among districts – accountability measured using one subgroup in each district


The missouri school improvement program

Proficiency Rates by Subgroup


Subgroup achievement2

Subgroup Achievement

  • Multiple Measures

    • Status

    • Progress

    • Growth

  • Goal

    • Cut Gap in Half by 2020


Super subgroup example

Super Subgroup Example

Sample of population. Minimum n must meet 30 for accountability determinations.


Algebra i eoc grade level

Algebra I EOC / Grade Level

  • Choose one test for middle school student EOC or grade level

  • Proficient Algebra I in middle school + Algebra II in high school

  • Proficient Algebra I and Geometry in middle school + Algebra II in high school

  • Proficient Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II in middle school + plan from district


Ccr 1 3

CCR *1-3


Ccr 4

CCR *4


Ccr 5 6 status

CCR *5-6 Status


Hsr 1 status

HSR *1 Status


Attendance status

Attendance Status

  • STEP 1- Determine the number of students with qualifying attendance and multiply by associated point value.

  • STEP 2- Divide the number of points earned by the number of students and multiply by 100.


Graduation rate

Graduation Rate

  • Five Year Adjusted Cohort Rate for accountability

  • Four Year Adjusted Cohort for reporting

  • Will run both and use best


The missouri school improvement program

DRAFT


The missouri school improvement program

DRAFT


The missouri school improvement program

DRAFT


Accreditation levels

Accreditation Levels

  • Accredited With Distinction >90% of points + other criteria as determined

  • Accredited >70% of points

  • Provisional >50% to 69.9% of points

  • Unaccredited < 50% of points


Transition1

Transition


Aligned system of accountability

Aligned System of Accountability


Data corrections

Data Corrections

  • Historical and current data clean up through 6/30/2013

  • Historical Supporting APR data frozen 7/1/2013


Class of 2016

Class of 2016

  • Required Additional End-of-Course Assessments

    • English I

    • American History

  • Administered online

  • No cost to LEAs/districts

  • Sample tests and achievement level descriptors may be found at http://dese.mo.gov/divimprove/assess/eoc_resources.html.


Next steps

Next Steps

  • Terminology

  • Public Relations

  • Scoring Guide Webinars/Tutorials

  • APR release - schedule


Thank you

THANK YOU!!!


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