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Migrant and Bilingual Education Webinar September 15, 2011 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM . Agenda. Changes to TBIP Website Access to TBIP Placement data on older records for my CEDARS submission Graduation Rates for ELLs Student Progress Peer Comparison AMAOs 2010 -11

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Migrant and Bilingual Education Webinar

September 15, 2011

9:00 AM to 12:00 PM


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Agenda

  • Changes to TBIP Website

  • Access to TBIP Placement data on older records for my CEDARS submission

  • Graduation Rates for ELLs

  • Student Progress Peer Comparison

  • AMAOs 2010 -11

  • Technical Assistance for 2 & 4 Year Districts

  • WELPA Update


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What’s new with the

TBIP Website?


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REMINDER

  • This school year, districts are required to enter student enrollment data into BOTH data systems TBIP & CEDARS. This is the year to ensure both data sets are accurate in preparation for bringing down TBIP during SY 2012-2013.


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Where can I get

TBIP Placement data

on older records

for my CEDARS submission?


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CEDARS Upload File


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Where do I find my district’s graduation rate for

Limited English students?


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How can I compare a student’s progress to those of their peers?


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1234567890


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Student Name

10 digit SSID

NAME OF THE

DOB mm/dd/yyyy

4.4%


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Student Name

10 digit SSID

NAME OF THE

DOB mm/dd/yyyy

4.4%


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Student Name

10 digit SSID

NAME OF THE

DOB mm/dd/yyyy

4.4%


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WLPT & AMAO 2010-11 Results

Now on

OSPI Report Card


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WLPT & AMAO 2010-11 Results

http://www.k12.wa.us/


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WLPT & AMAO 2010-11 Results

http://reportcard.ospi.k12.wa.us/summary.aspx?year=2010-11

WLPT-II


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WLPT 2010-11 Results


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WLPT 2010-11 Results


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AMAO 2010-11 Results


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AMAO 2010-11 Results


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AMAO 2010-11 Results


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AMAO 2010-11 Results


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What are the AMAOs?

How are the targets determined?

What if we did not meet the target?


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What are AMAO’s?

AMAO – 1 PROGRESS

Percentage of LEP students in Grades 1-12 who show progress on the WLPT-II.

AMAO -2 ATTAINMENT

Percentage of LEP students in Grades K-12 scoring proficient Level 4 on WLPT-II and transitioning out of the Transitional Bilingual Instruction Program.

AMAO – 3 ACADEMICS (AYP)

Percentage of LEP students in Grades 3-8 & 10 meeting statewide assessment standards (MSP & HSPE) on reading and math.


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Projecting the AMAO targets

Percent

progress

Percent

attainment

70%

16%

69%

15%

68%

14%

67%

E (progress) = 64.85% + 1.67%*ln(x)

E (attainment) = 11.50% + 1.67%*ln(x)

13%

66%

12%

65%

64%

11%

2019-20

2018-19

2017-18

2016-17

2015-16

2014-15

2013-14

2012-13

2011-12

2010-11

2009-10

2008-09


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Approved AMAO targets

3% increase

in 5 years

4% increase

in 10 years


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Approved AMAO targets

3% increase

in 5 years

4% increase

in 10 years


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2010-11 AMAO results

targets

  • Statewide during school year 2010-11,

    • AMAO-178.4% of ELL students made progress

    • AMAO-220.1% achieved proficiency

66.7%

13.3%

  • Washington state did not meet any of the targets for

    • Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) for ELL students.

  • Of the 193 school districts with students tested on the WLPT-II,

    • 79% met AMAO-1 progress target

    • 76% met AMAO-2 proficiency target

    • 83% met AMAO-3 academic targets

    • 76% met all three AMAO targets


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Title III Accountability Requirements Year Two

  • Public Law 107-110, SEC. 3122. ACHIEVEMENT OBJECTIVES AND ACCOUNTABILITY

  • (b) ACCOUNTABILITY

  • (2) If a State educational agency determines, based on the annual measurable achievement objectives that an eligible entity has failed to make progress toward meeting such objectives for 2 consecutive years, the agency shall require the entity to:

    • Develop an improvement plan that will ensure that the entity meets such objectives. The improvement plan shall specifically address the factors that prevented the entity from achieving such objectives.

    • The district must consult with parents, school staff, and other stakeholders.


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Title III Accountability Requirements Year Four

  • Public Law 107-110, SEC. 3122. ACHIEVEMENT OBJECTIVES AND ACCOUNTABILITY

  • (4) If a State educational agency determines that an eligible entity has failed to meet the annual measurable achievement objectives for 4 consecutive years, the agency shall —

    • (A) Require such entity to modify the entity's curriculum, program, and method of instruction; or

    • (B)(i) Make a determination whether the entity shall continue to receive funds related to the entity's failure to meet such objectives; and

    • (ii) Require such entity to replace educational personnel relevant to the entity's failure to meet such objectives.


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Monitoring Area 1: Standards, Assessments and Accountability

  • Compliance items:

  • The OSPI must develop and adhere to a timeline for making AMAO determinations that ensures Title III subgrantees receive timely notification of their AMAO status and are able to develop and implement improvement plans or other required accountability actions during the school year following the school year in which the AMAO determinations were made.


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AMAO Timelines


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Title III Accountability Requirements

OSPI Webinar

Guidelines for Developing Your AMAO Improvement Plan

September 23, 2011 (9 am - 12 noon)


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http://www.k12.wa.us/MigrantBilingual/default.aspx


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Thank YOU!


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