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Overview of MCAS Results and Adequate Yearly Progress Determinations 2007. Brockton School Committee November 20, 2007. 2007 MCAS Release & AYP Determinations – Key Dates. August 20 – 31 MCAS Discrepancy Reporting Window (www.mcasservicecenter.com) August 27 – September 7

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Overview of MCAS Resultsand Adequate Yearly Progress Determinations2007

Brockton School Committee

November 20, 2007


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2007 MCAS Release & AYPDeterminations – Key Dates

  • August 20 – 31

    • MCAS Discrepancy Reporting Window (www.mcasservicecenter.com)

  • August 27 – September 7

    • AYP Discrepancy Reporting Window (DOE Security Portal)

  • September 13

    • Public Release of Lists of Schools & Districts Identified for Improvement, Corrective Action or Restructuring

  • September 25

    • Public Release of Preliminary AYP Reports for Schools (Not Including Pre-K to Grade 2 Schools & Other Special Cases)

  • October 18

    • Public Release of All School & District AYP Reports


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Overview of 2007 MCAS results

  • Grades and subjects tested

  • State and district gains since 1998

  • State and district 2006/2007 passing and proficiency rate comparisons

3




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1998

1998

2007

2006

1998

1998

2007

2006

MCAS

MCAS

BROCKTON

BROCKTON

*

*

MCAS

MCAS

Passing

Passing

Proficient

Proficient

Passing

Passing

Proficient

Proficient

Passing

Passing

Proficient

Proficient

Passing

Passing

Proficient

Proficient

or Advanced

or Advanced

or Advanced

or Advanced

or Advanced

or Advanced

or Advanced

or Advanced

Grade 10 ELA

Grade 10 ELA

72%

72%

94%

Grade 10 ELA

Grade 10 ELA

56%

56%

91%

91%

Grade 10 Math

Grade 10 Math

48%

48%

91%

Grade 10 Math

Grade 10 Math

24%

24%

80%

Grade 8 Math

Grade 8 Math

58%

58%

75%

Grade 8 Math

Grade 8 Math

31%

31%

59%

Grade 4 Math

Grade 4 Math

77%

77%

87%

Grade 4 Math

Grade 4 Math

61%

61%

81%

*No other MCAS exam has been given annually to the same grades since 1998.

*No other MCAS exam has been given annually to the same grades s

ince

ince

1998.

1998.

Comparison of the 10-year gains in Passing and Advanced/Proficient rates 1998 – 2007

No other MCAS exam has been given annually to the same grades since 1998.

6


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1998

1998

2006

2007

1998

1998

2007

2006

MCAS

MCAS

BROCKTON

BROCKTON

*

*

MCAS

MCAS

Passing

Passing

Proficient

Proficient

Passing

Passing

Proficient

Proficient

Passing

Passing

Proficient

Proficient

Passing

Passing

Proficient

Proficient

or Advanced

or Advanced

or Advanced

or Advanced

or Advanced

or Advanced

or Advanced

or Advanced

Grade 10 ELA

Grade 10 ELA

38%

38%

71%

Grade 10 ELA

Grade 10 ELA

22%

22%

60%

Grade 10 Math

Grade 10 Math

24%

24%

69%

Grade 10 Math

Grade 10 Math

7%

7%

50%

Grade 8 Math

Grade 8 Math

31%

31%

45%

Grade 8 Math

Grade 8 Math

14%

14%

24%

Grade 4 Math

Grade 4 Math

34%

34%

48%

Grade 4 Math

Grade 4 Math

17%

17%

34%

*No other MCAS exam has been given annually to the same grades since 1998.

*No other MCAS exam has been given annually to the same grades s

ince

1998.

Comparison of the 10-year gains in Passing and Advanced/Proficient rates 1998 – 2007

7


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1998

1998

2006

2007

1998

1998

2006

2007

MCAS

MCAS

BROCKTON

BROCKTON

*

*

MCAS

MCAS

Passing

Passing

Proficient

Proficient

Passing

Passing

Proficient

Proficient

Passing

Passing

Proficient

Proficient

Passing

Passing

Proficient

Proficient

or Advanced

or Advanced

or Advanced

or Advanced

or Advanced

or Advanced

or Advanced

or Advanced

Grade 10 ELA

Grade 10 ELA

72%

72%

38%

38%

94%

71%

Grade 10 ELA

Grade 10 ELA

56%

56%

22%

22%

91%

91%

60%

Grade 10 Math

Grade 10 Math

48%

48%

24%

24%

91%

69%

Grade 10 Math

Grade 10 Math

24%

24%

7%

7%

80%

50%

Grade 8 Math

Grade 8 Math

58%

58%

31%

31%

75%

45%

Grade 8 Math

Grade 8 Math

31%

31%

14%

14%

59%

24%

87%

Grade 4 Math

Grade 4 Math

77%

77%

34%

34

48%

Grade 4 Math

Grade 4 Math

61%

61%

17%

17%

81%

34%

*No other MCAS exam has been given annually to the same grades since 1998.

*No other MCAS exam has been given annually to the same grades s

ince

1998.

Comparison of the 10-year gains in Passing and Advanced/Proficient rates 1998 – 2007

No other MCAS exam has been given annually to the same grades since 1998.

8


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passing

advanced/proficient

STATE

passing

advanced/proficient

BROCKTON


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STATE

STATE


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STATE

STATE


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CPI | Composite Proficiency Index

  • CPI is …

  • 2007 CPI for grade levels

  • 2007 CPI for subgroups

  • 2007 CPI for state and large urban districts

  • District and state CPI over time – closing the gap

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  • The CPI (Composite Performance Index) is –

  • a metric that Massachusetts uses to measure school and district performance and improvement;

  • a 100-point index that combines the scores of students who participate in standard MCAS ELA and mathematics tests, and those who participate in the MCAS-Alt.

OR


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CPI=Composite Performance Index

Index

Points

71.3

15


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  • The CPI (Composite Performance Index) is –

  • a metric that Massachusetts uses to measure school and district performance and improvement;

  • a 100-point index that combines the scores of students who participate in standard MCAS ELA and mathematics tests, and those who participate in the MCAS-Alt.

OR


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74

72

64

63

62

51

46


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State & Brockton 2007 Mid-Cycle V

CPI for English Language Arts

State & Brockton 2007 Mid-Cycle V CPI Gains in English Language Arts


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State & Brockton 2007 Mid-Cycle V CPI for Mathematics

State & Brockton 2007 Mid-Cycle V

CPI Gains in Mathematics




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SIX-YEAR DISTRICT AND STATE CPI COMPARISON

FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS

STATE 5-YEAR GAIN = 4.6

8.8

13.4

BROCKTON 5-YEAR GAIN = 9.2


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SIX-YEAR DISTRICT AND STATE CPI COMPARISON

FOR MATHEMATICS

STATE 5-YEAR GAIN = 10.8

BROCKTON 5-YEAR GAIN = 15.0

10.6

14.8

2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007


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AYP | Adequate Yearly Progress

  • ABCs of AYP calculation

  • Massachusetts context

  • Urban challenges

  • Identification/accountability status

  • “Commissioner’s Districts”

  • BPS Performance – A Good Story

  • Projections – beyond 2007

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How is AYP calculated?

(100 – Cycle V CPI) / 4

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Which sentence tells a fact, not an opinion?

Cats are better than dogs.

Cats climb trees better than dogs.

Cats are prettier than dogs.

Cats have a nicer fur than dogs.

Read the excerpt from “How Much Land Does Man Need?” by Leo Tolstoy.

So Pahom was well contented, and everything would have been right if the neighboring peasants would only not have trespassed on his wheatfields and meadows. He appealed to them most civilly, but they still went on: now the herdsmen would let the village cows stray into his meadow, then horses from the night pasture would get among his corn. Pahom turned them out again and again, and forgave their owners, and for a long time he forbore to prosecute anyone. But at last he lost patience and complained to the District Court.

What is a fact from this passage?

Pahom owns a vast amount of land.

The peasant’s intentions are evil.

Pahom is a wealthy man.

Pahom complained to the District Court.




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Sample district AYP history table

New method

introduced in 2006

Old method

2001-2005

New method

introduced in 2006

Old method

50


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Nine districts identified forcorrective action – aggregate

52



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Statewide percent of all schools subgroupsnot making AYP in ELA or Math

55




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Projected path in ELA subgroups

77.0

Projected path in Math

75.6

66


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END subgroups

67

Office of Accountability, Planning and Technology


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68 subgroups

Office of Accountability, Planning and Technology


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69 subgroups

Office of Accountability, Planning and Technology




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