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Understanding Your Top from Your Bottom: A Guide to Michigan’s Accountability System. September 2013 Mitch Fowler [email protected] Agenda. Scorecard Overview Scorecard Components Top to Bottom Overview Understanding Z-Scores Z-Score Components. Outcomes. Participants will:

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Understanding Your Top from Your Bottom: A Guide to Michigan’s Accountability System

September 2013

Mitch Fowler

[email protected]


Agenda

Scorecard Overview

Scorecard Components

Top to Bottom Overview

Understanding Z-Scores

Z-Score Components


Outcomes

Participants will:

Identify Scorecard Components and Scoring Guidelines

Complete an Audit to Identify Areas of Concern

Understand Top to Bottom Components and Scoring Guidelines

Complete a Top to Bottom Audit to Identify Areas of Concern

Identify Resources from BAA (TTB Lookup Tool, BTO Look Up Tool, Focus Achievement Gap Tool)


Accountability Pre Assessment


Two Sides to Accountability


Scorecard Availability

Available on BAA Secure Site

Available on MI School Data (Public or Secure)


Scorecard


Scorecard Components

Proficiency

  • Based on Annual Measurable Objectives

  • Must be at 85% Proficient by 2022 in ALL Areas and Subgroups

    Participation

  • Must Test 95% of Students

    Completion Rate

  • Graduation / Attendance Rate

    Other Factors

  • SIP / DIP

  • Educator Evaluations


Scorecard Components - Proficiency

Annual Measurable

Objectives (AMO)


Activity: Identifying AMOs


Scorecard Components - Proficiency

AMO Example


Scorecard Components - Proficiency

All Students made the 20.94% proficiency mark… 2 points.

The Bottom 30% of students did not meet the 20.94% proficiency mark… 0 points.


Scorecard Components - Proficiency

This is awesome!


Scorecard Components - Proficiency

1 = Top 30%

2 = Middle 40%

3 = Bottom 30%


Activity: Who are the Bottom 30%?


Scorecard Components - Proficiency

Of the 33 proficient students, 18 were provisional… they received a 3.


Activity: Revealing Proficiency


Activity: Proficiency Audit


Scorecard Components - Participation

95% Tested!


Scorecard Components - Participation


Activity: Participation Audit


Scorecard Components – Completion Rate

Completion Rate

OR

Attendance Rate


Activity: Completion Rate Audit


Scorecard Components – Other Factors


Activity: Other Factors Audit


Scorecard Decision Tree

http://www.michigan.gov/documents/mde/ScorecardOverallColorDecisionTree_433459_7.pdf


Activity: Overall Color


Top to Bottom Availability

Available via the BAA Look Up Tool

  • (On the BAA Website Here)

    Available on MI School Data (Public or Secure)


Top to Bottom Ranking

Schools are compared to other schools in the state by utilizing z-scores (a statistical measure that describes how far you are from the middle of the pack).

Z-scores that are positive, show that you are above the 50th percentile when compared to the state. Z-scores that are negative, show that you are below the 50th percentile when compared to the state.


Z-scores (Standard Deviations)

State Average

Z-score = Zero

-1

-3

-2

1

2

3

0.5

-0.5

98%

84%

68%

32%

50%

16%

2%

Percentile

State Average

Slide courtesy of Doug Greer, Ottawa ISD

Z-scores are centered around zero or the “state average”

Positive is ABOVE the state avg.

Negative is BELOW the state avg.


Z-Score Structure

  • Overall Ranking

  • Subject Area

  • Z- scores

  • Subject Area

  • Sub Z-Scores

  • Weight

  • Achievement

  • 50%

  • Science

  • Improvement

  • 25%

  • Math

  • Achievement Gap

  • 25%

  • Reading

  • 33rd

  • Writing

  • Social Studies

  • Graduation


Top to Bottom Report (MI School Data)

Subject Area Sub Z-Scores

Overall Rank

Subject Area Z-Scores


Accountability Labels (Priority, Focus, Reward)

Achievement Gap z-score (Focus)

Overall Rank (Priority or Reward) Top or Bottom 5%


Activity: Z Score Review


How Close to Focus Are We?

Achievement Gap Z-Scores

Focus Cut Off

School’s Location

http://www.michigan.gov/documents/mde/2013_Individual_School_Gap_Lookup_Tool_431296_7.xls


TTB Resources and Look Up Tools

http://www.michigan.gov/mde/0,4615,7-140-22709_59490---,00.html


Accountability Post Assessment


Thank YouQuestions?

Mitch Fowler

School Data Consultant

[email protected]


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