3 Types of  Accountability  Measures

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3 Types of Measures . Status (test results).Adequate Yearly Progress.Growth and ?Value-added" measures.None of them tell us what happened to cause the result on their own.. Status measures. Based on test scores at a specific point in time ? ?standardized" assessments.Designed to permit comparis

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1. 3 Types of Accountability Measures

2. 3 Types of Measures Status (test results). Adequate Yearly Progress. Growth and “Value-added” measures. None of them tell us what happened to cause the result on their own.

3. Status measures Based on test scores at a specific point in time – “standardized” assessments. Designed to permit comparisons of “end results” among schools, districts, states, nations. Don’t account for prior status placement.

4. AYP Measures Based on test scores at a specific point in time – “standardized” assessments. Designed to spotlight work of schools, districts, states, with minority groups of students. Still status results, even though “progress over time” is the focus.

5. Growth / Progress Measures: Analyze individual student test scores from one in time to another– standardized assessments, but focus is growth over time. Designed to take students’ prior achievement levels into account. Value-added analysis takes an additional step, to identify how much of the students’ growth was likely due to the school or district.

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