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Jon Gubera Chief Accountability Officer jgubera@doe.in.gov. Central Questions. Why has Indiana been reporting CCR indicators such as AP, SAT/SAT, etc.? What has been your aspiration/goal for this reporting? Engender post-secondary success for ALL students

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Jon Gubera

Chief Accountability Officer

jgubera@doe.in.gov


Central Questions

  • Why has Indiana been reporting CCR indicators such as AP, SAT/SAT, etc.? What has been your aspiration/goal for this reporting? Engender post-secondary success for ALL students

  • What positive outcomes have you seen from this reporting, and what lessons have you learned along the way (particularly if you have made adjustments)? Setting and reporting on goals matters

  • What plans do you have to adjust or expand upon this reporting and what is driving these plans? Made CCR part of Accountability and added IB, DC, & IC


Success Beyond High School

According to a recent study from the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce:

“55 percent of Indiana’s jobs will require postsecondary education by 2018.”

-Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce, Help Wanted: Projections of Jobs and Education Requirements Through 2018, http://www9.georgetown.edu/grad/gppi/hpi/cew/pdfs/State-LevelAnalysis-web.pdf


Success Beyond High School

And according to the Lumina Foundation for Education:

“In 2010, only 33 percent of Hoosiers held at least a two-year degree.”

-Lumina Foundation for Education, A Stronger Nation Through Higher Education, http://www.luminafoundation.org/state/indiana/


Success Beyond High School

College and career readiness measures are our strongest indicators of student post-secondary success:

  • Pass an Advanced Placement (AP) exam

  • Pass an International Baccalaureate (IB) exam

  • Earn college credit: liberal arts or CTE

  • Pass an industry certification exam


Indiana’s Three Goals (2009)

  • 90 percent of students pass math and E/LA ISTEP+

  • 25 percent of grads pass an AP or IB exam or earn college credits during high school (updated)

  • 90 percent of students graduate with a diploma

Indiana’s Education Scoreboard


Reporting Results MattersSample School Level Report Card


Setting Goals Matters

Since the establishment of the 25% goal by Dr. Bennett in 2009, Indiana schools have achieved:

(1) the highest increase in the nation in AP exam participationfor graduates

(2) the second highest increase in the nation in AP exam passagefor graduates

-The College Board, AP Report(s) to the Nation,

http://professionals.collegeboard.com/data-reports-research/ap/nation


Celebrating Success Matters

Every year we hold a big party in downtown Indianapolis for our 25%+ achievers and our one-year and multiple-year highest growth achievers.

It is a highlight for many…


Celebrating Success Matters


New Accountability Metrics

A – FTransparency&Student Success


Goals of Updating Accountability

  • Ensure EVERY student counts

  • Generate dramatic closure of the achievement gap

  • Provide transparent results

  • Merge state and federal accountability

  • Utilize new tools to provide a more robust system

  • Engender post-secondary success for ALL students

  • These goals address the limitations of the old model


A-F

The G.P.A. structure is aligned with:

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90

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90


Two New Models

  • Elementary & Middle Schools

    • Performance & Growth

  • High Schools

    • Performance & Improvement


Key Improvements from Old to New

  • Simplifies designations awarded to schools (A-F)

  • Incorporates Indiana Growth Model

    • Focuses on ALL students, not just the “bubble kids”

  • Adds a Bottom 25% subgroup

    • Focuses on closing achievement gaps

  • Includes College & Career Readiness


High School Model

Calculating Grades

  • Weighted grades (points) are determined for:

    • English 10 ECA Score x 30%

    • Algebra I ECA Score x 30%

    • Graduation Rate Score x 30%

    • College and Career Readiness Score x 10%

  • A final grade is determined by adding the four grades (points) together


High School Model

  • College & Career Readiness (25)

    Calculate the percentage of cohort graduates who:

    • Pass an AP exam

    • Pass an IB exam

    • Earn College Credits (3): Liberal Arts or CTE

    • Pass an Industry Certification exam


High School Model

  • College & Career Readiness

    UNDUPLICATED COUNT OF:

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Grads who Passed an AP Exam

Grads who Passed an IB Exam

Grads who Received 3 College Credits

Grads who Passed and Industry Certification Test

+

+

+

Total Number of Graduates


High School Model

  • College & Career Readiness

    25.0 - 100% =4.00 points

    18.4 - 24.9% =3.00 points

    11.7 - 18.3% =2.00 points

    05.0 - 11.6% =1.00 points

    00.0 - 04.9% =0.00 points


What’s My Grade?

IDOE developed a workbook with all of the proficiency measures and bonuses already incorporated which allows schools to simply input their achievement data and have their grade automatically calculated.

Found here:

http://www.doe.in.gov/improvement/accountability/f-accountability


What does the Report Card look like?

IDOE worked with stakeholders to build sample report cards for both the Elementary/Middle and High School models.

They are found here:

http://www.doe.in.gov/improvement/accountability/f-accountability


What’s Working

  • AP dramatic growth and success

  • IB dramatic growth

  • Dual Credit dramatic growth

  • Industry Certification growth

  • Accuracy of AP, IB and IC data

  • Inclusion of these CCR components into the state’s new Accountability model


Challenges

  • Dual Credit data submissions

  • Articulating the Priority Dual Credit courses and the implementation thereof

  • Researching CCR student-level success in Indiana higher education institutions


Solutions

  • Immediate: data verification from the Commission for Higher Education

  • Long term: data submission from the Commission for Higher Education

  • Improved data system that facilitates improved research capabilities between agencies


Additional Questions / Ideas?

jgubera@doe.in.gov


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