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P-20 in Action – Michigan’s Focus on Career and College Ready Students: Success through Cross-Agency Collaboration2012 MIS ConferenceFebruary 16, 2012

Photo(s) are stock photos.


Overview
Overview Ready Students: Success through Cross-Agency Collaboration

1. Brief overview of Michigan’s P-20 initiative

2. What’s fair game? So much data, so many ways to use it!

3. Michigan’s Career and College Ready Standards

  • Why the new cut scores on the state assessments?

  • How do these modifications better gauge overall student progress?

    4. Research to support these changes

  • Michigan Collaborative for Educational Research

  • Work product review

    • Preliminary study items

    • College Enrollment and Persistence Reports

      5. Questions and Answers

      Venessa Keesler [email protected]

      Thomas Howell [email protected]

      Special Thanks to our Data Portal Partners: Macomb ISD, Calhoun ISD, Shiawassee RESD

      Education Data Portal Site: www.michigan.gov/mischooldata OR www.mischooldata.org


Michigan s p 20 strategy
Michigan’s P-20 Strategy Ready Students: Success through Cross-Agency Collaboration

  • American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009

    • State Fiscal Stabilization Fund Metrics

    • America Competes Act and Data Quality Campaign (DQC)

  • State, District and School-Level Report Cards/Dashboard

    • Governor’s Education Dashboard (state-level)

    • Dashboard Drill-Through (district and school-level views)

    • Accountability and Accreditation Focus for K-12

  • State Assessment Results

    • MEAP/MME/MI-Access Test scores

    • College Readiness Indicator (ACT scores)

    • Students Not Tested

    • New Cut Scores

  • Annual Education Report required by NCLB-Title I

  • Enrollment

    • Student Count (including additional subgroups – historical data only)

    • Graduation/Dropout

    • Non-resident Reports

  • Postsecondary

    • Enrollment

    • Persistence

    • Remediation

  • Educator effectiveness

    • Effectiveness Ratings (Principals only 2010/11)

    • Evaluation Factors

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Mi school data coming attractions
MI School Data – Coming Attractions Ready Students: Success through Cross-Agency Collaboration

  • New Student Counts

    • Pupil Attendance

    • Mobility

    • Retention in Grade

  • Persistently Lowest Achieving Reports

  • School District Financial Comparison Reports

  • School District Staffing Reports

  • Special Education Reports

    • Data portraits (requirements validation in progress)

    • Public reports (requirements validation in progress)

    • Help and Professional Development items for current Special Ed data inquiries

  • Workforce Reports

    • Career and Technical Education workforce alignment

  • Site Improvements

    • Professional Development Materials and Tools

    • User Interface Improvements

    • Data Dictionary/Help

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Www michigan gov mischooldata
www.michigan.gov/mischooldata Ready Students: Success through Cross-Agency Collaboration

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Career and college ready in mi
Career and College Ready in MI Ready Students: Success through Cross-Agency Collaboration

  • Michigan implemented new career- and college-ready cut scores for the 2011-2012 school year.

  • The “proficient” cut score now indicates that a student is on track for career- and college-readiness in the 11th grade, and on track for proficiency in the next grade in grades 3-9.

  • Gives schools, students and parents a more accurate picture of the preparation of their students for postsecondary endeavors.


What are the results
What are the results? Ready Students: Success through Cross-Agency Collaboration

  • Reading proficiency rates: 61-69% (depending on grade)

    *Reading proficiency rates previously ranged from mid-80s to the 90s

  • Math proficiency rates: 29-40%

    *Math proficiency rates previously ranged from 50-70%

  • Science proficiency rates: 15-17%

  • Social studies: 28%

  • Writing: 45-47%

    Michigan has substantial improvements to make for all students to be on track for career- and college-readiness.


Michigan s postsecondary transitions
Michigan’s Postsecondary Transitions Ready Students: Success through Cross-Agency Collaboration

  • Michigan Merit Curriculum

  • New postsecondary data

  • Research partnership to help us determine the effectiveness of this policy

    What are the postsecondary outcomes of students in Michigan?

    How have they changed over time?

    How have they been impacted by policy changes (like the Michigan Merit Curriculum)?


Michigan consortium for educational research mcer
Michigan Consortium for Educational Research (MCER) Ready Students: Success through Cross-Agency Collaboration

  • Five year, $6 million partnership between the University of Michigan, Michigan State University, the Michigan Department of Education and the Center for Educational Performance and Information.

  • Purpose: to study the Michigan Merit Curriculum and the Michigan Promise Scholarship

  • Activities:

    • Linking all of Michigan’s K-12 data together longitudinally; produced the first longitudinally linked research file in Michigan.

    • Tying K-12 data to postsecondary data (National Student Clearinghouse; Michigan-specific data).


A note on research partnerships
A note on research partnerships Ready Students: Success through Cross-Agency Collaboration

  • SEA partnerships with external researchers at IHEs can DRAMATICALLY increase research capacity for the SEA

  • However—like all relationships—these relationships take work!

  • A few challenges:

    • Data still not “researcher-ready”

    • Creating a longitudinal file for research….not super easy!

    • Lots of “special requests”

    • Linking external data sources to our UICs


Postsecondary enrollment
Postsecondary Enrollment Ready Students: Success through Cross-Agency Collaboration

  • Percentage of ninth graders who graduate on-time and enroll in postsecondary education within four months of graduation from high school.

  • Results for the 2008 cohort

    • 49% -- go to postsecondary education

    • 29% --four year college

    • 23% --two year college

    • Only 6% go out of state


How are those rates different by demographics
How are those rates different by demographics? Ready Students: Success through Cross-Agency Collaboration

  • More females enrolling than males (55% vs 44%)

  • 10% of special education students

  • 40% of limited English proficient students

  • 35% of economically disadvantaged students

  • Between 31% (Hispanics) and 68% (Asians) of the racial/ethnic groups


By student achievement
By student achievement? Ready Students: Success through Cross-Agency Collaboration

  • Quartiles of achievement scores in 11th grade

  • What are the enrollment rates by quartile? (49%=average rate)

    • Highest quartile: 86%

    • 3rd quartile: 73%

    • 2nd quartile: 53%

    • Lowest quartile: 28%


Student persistence in postsecondary education
Student Persistence in Postsecondary Education Ready Students: Success through Cross-Agency Collaboration

  • 2007 cohort statistics

  • Defined as remaining in PSE on year after on-time graduation

  • Average persistence rate (any postsecondary institution): 35%


Persistence by demographics
Persistence by Demographics Ready Students: Success through Cross-Agency Collaboration

  • Females have higher persistence rates than males (39% vs. 30%)

  • 5% of students with disabilities

  • 28% limited English proficient students

  • 21% economically disadvantaged students

  • Between 56% (Asian) and 19% (Hispanic) students


Persistence by student achievement
Persistence by student achievement? Ready Students: Success through Cross-Agency Collaboration

  • Average persistence rate: 35%

  • Highest quartile: 72%

  • Second quartile: 51%

  • Third quartile: 33%

  • Lowest quartile: 15%


Takeaways so far
Takeaways (so far) Ready Students: Success through Cross-Agency Collaboration

  • Michigan has more of a persistence problem than an enrollment problem (in terms of postsecondary education)

  • We have significant challenges with our lowest achieving students—suggests a stronger focus on achievement gaps (both in K-12 and beyond)

    • ESEA Flexibility application offers us opportunity for this focus


QUESTIONS? Ready Students: Success through Cross-Agency Collaboration


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