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Jon Gubera

Chief Accountability Officer

[email protected]

Central questions
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
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,

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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,

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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 matters sample school level report card
Reporting Results MattersSample School Level Report Card

Setting goals matters
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,

Celebrating success matters
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…

New accountability metrics
New Accountability Metrics

A – FTransparency&Student Success

Goals of updating accountability
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


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






Two new models
Two New Models

  • Elementary & Middle Schools

    • Performance & Growth

  • High Schools

    • Performance & Improvement

Key improvements from old to new
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
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

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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

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High School Model

  • College & Career Readiness




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

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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
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:

What does the report card look like
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:

What s working
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


  • Dual Credit data submissions

  • Articulating the Priority Dual Credit courses and the implementation thereof

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


  • 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