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Cde s growth model growth within ccsd

CDE’s Growth Model &Growth within CCSD

Assessment & Evaluation, October 2012


Cde s growth model growth within ccsd

CDE Resources

  • District Accountability Handbook

    • CDE – School and District Accountability guidelines

    • http://www.schoolview.org/RegionalTraining.asp

  • SPF Technical Guide

    • http://www.schoolview.org/PerformanceFrameworks.asp

  • Video/training materials on SPF

    • http://www.cde.state.co.us/media/training/SPF_Online_Tutorial/player.html


Creating meaning how will i recognize notable change in performance over time

Creating Meaning:How will I recognize “notable change” in performance over time?


Factors that influence the significance of a score change

Factors that Influence the “significance” of a score change


How will i recognize notable score change over time

How will I recognize "notable score change" over time?

General “rules of thumb” for identifying percent P/A changes that may be significant between a moderate to high level of certainty:


S chool p erformance framework indicators

School Performance Framework Indicators


Spf purpose

SPF: Purpose

  • To define the type of plan your school must create for submission to CDE

    • Performance

    • Improvement

    • Priority Improvement

    • Turnaround

Priority Improvement

Performance

Improvement

Turnaround

  • All Cherry Creek Schools were assigned to either Performance or Improvement plans (most to Performance).


Spf sample

SPF Sample


Spf sample1

SPF Sample

  • CELA growth is added to the growth section.

  • Distinguish between adequate growth targets and actual median percentile growth.

  • The State defines minority students as “non-white.” District KPIs provide a better picture of growth for students of color.


Growth indicator

Growth Indicator

KEY CONCEPTS FOR UNDERSTANDING GROWTH

  • Actual Growth and Adequate Growth

    • Catching Up and Keeping Up

  • For Students

    • SGP – Student Growth Percentile

    • AGP – Adequate Growth Percentile target

  • For Schools

    • MGP -Median Growth Percentile

    • Median Adequate Growth target


Cde s growth model growth within ccsd

Office of Assessment & Evaluation

  • Student Growth Percentiles (SGP) Individual Student Growth

  • For each student, the State calculates a Student Growth Percentile (SGP) for the current year

    • The SGP is based on the comparison of a student’s growth to growth in his or her State “academic peer group”

  • SGPs are normative

  • Some students’ SGP calculations use TCAP/CSAP data from several years, while others reflect only 2 data points


School median growth percentiles

review

School Median Growth Percentiles

Student Pctls Sorted Pctls Median Pctls

45

78

99

32

11

91

55

67

43

10

77

Student growth percentiles

Median Growth for this school is 55

Search for the middle value…


Basis for meeting exceeding target gain adequate growth percentile agp

Basis for "% Meeting/Exceeding Target Gain": Adequate Growth Percentile (AGP)

  • Adequate Growth Percentiles: Are Students Growing Enough?

    • For each student, the State projects growth paths in order to calculate an AGP for the current year.

    • The AGP is based on the calculated projection of how much a student needs to grow.

      • Students Below Proficient need to grow enough to “Catch Up,” or become Proficient in 3 years or by Grade 10

      • Students Proficient or above need to grow enough to “Keep Up,” or remain Proficient or above for 3 years or until Grade 10


Calculating agp growth to catch up to proficient

Calculating AGP Growth to Catch Up to Proficient

Each year for each student, the State projects the growth necessary for that student to score at or above Proficient in 3 years or by grade 10

6th grade

7th grade

8th grade

9th grade

10th grade

76 is the minimum-this student’s adequate growth TARGET

Proficient

85

80

95

76

Not Proficient

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013


Calculating agp growth for proficient students to keep up

Calculating AGP Growth for Proficient+ Students to Keep Up

Each year for each student, the State projects the growth necessary for that student to continue to score at or above Proficient for 3 years or until grade 10.

6th grade

7th grade

8th grade

9th grade

10th grade

Proficient

12

25

38

50

50 is the maximum -this student’s adequate growth TARGET

Not Proficient

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013


Pair share

Pair & Share

What does the “Adequate Growth Percentile” calculation mean for classrooms with a high proportion of very Unsatisfactory or low scoring Partially Proficient students?

What does the AGP calculation mean for classrooms with high proportions of Advanced or high Proficient students?


Csap tcap growth on bobj reports

CSAP/TCAP Growth on BObj Reports

  • BObj growth reports offer administrators and instructional leaders a variety of ways to explore and disaggregate CSAP/TCAP growth results from the Colorado Growth Model.

  • Most BObj growth reports are designed in a “crosstabular” form that allows the user to view results by row for students in each prior year’s CSAP/TCAP performance level (A, P, PP, US) and for all students (bottom row).


Csap tcap growth on bobj reports1

CSAP/TCAP Growth on BObj Reports

Student Growth Percentiles (SGP) from the Colorado Growth Model tell us how a student grew compared to other students in the State with the same CSAP performance starting point.


Csap tcap growth on bobj reports2

CSAP/TCAP Growth on BObj Reports


Key performance indicators

Understanding Cherry Creek School’s

Key Performance Indicators


Kpi s and new racial ethnic categories

KPI’s and New Racial/Ethnic Categories

  • The new federal racial/ethnic categories prompt a change in district reporting of results for our two racial/ethnic groupings (“White/Asian” and “Black/Hispanic/Native American”):

  • Students in the Multi-racial category will be grouped:

    • White/Asian: Students with any combination of White, Asian, and/or Pacific Islander

    • Black/Hispanic/Native American Indian: Any students with a racial/ethnic identification that includes Black and/or Native American

  • NOTE: Regardless of how many races are chosen, Hispanic students are not considered multi-racial


Key performance indicators1

Key performance indicators

KPI Reports

Achievement Status & Achievement Growth

CSAP achievement status

on most recent tests

10 points

CSAP achievement growth

over 2 most recent consecutive tests

30 points

Equity AmongStudent SubGroups

CSAP achievement status differences

5 points

CSAP achievement growth differences

15 points

Post-Secondary Readiness

Colorado ACT performance~

most recent tests

10 points

High School graduation rates~ prior year

10 points

45 total points

for growth


Ccsd key performance indicators kpi

CCSD Key Performance Indicators (KPI)


Ccsd kpi overview

CCSD KPI Overview

KPI Reports, Summary page

Total points are summed across all elements. The final percent of points earned is the result of total points earned divided by the total points possible. For middle & elementary schools, the total number of points possible is 70. For high schools, the total possible is 80.


Excellence tcap growth

Excellence: TCAP Growth

KPI Reports

The State longitudinal growth percentile allows us to compare the average growth of our students with average growth for students in the State with similar starting points.

The objective is for CCSD schools to meet or exceed the State median growth percentile for students with similar performance starting points (i.e., median growth percentiles at or above 50).

Cherry Creek Schools Office of Assessment & Evaluation CSAP_Longitudinal Growth on Data Access System from CDE student data file

Results include all students with valid CSAP scores in 2007 & 2008 EXCEPT students who participated in CSAP-Alternate, were expelled or withdrew during testing,

or were new to the school after October 1.


Note similarities differences

Note:Similarities & Differences

SPF, KPI Reports, Notes Page

  • Excellence: CSAP Performance Indicator

    • How is this KPI similar to or different from the SPF performance indicator? What areas are “red” or “blue” (weakest or strongest) on each report?

  • Excellence: CSAP Growth Indicator

    • How is this KPI similar to or different from the SPF performance indicator?

    • Note any similarities or differences in the degree to which your school meets or exceeds growth expectation on both systems. What areas are “red” or “blue” (weakest or strongest) on each report?


Equity tcap growth

Equity: TCAP Growth

KPI Reports

The objective is for all student subgroups in CCSD to meet or exceed the State median growth percentile for students with similar performance starting points (i.e., median growth percentiles at or above 50).

(Reading shown. Rubric Points totaled across Reading, Writing, and Math.)

Cherry Creek Schools Office of Assessment & Evaluation CSAP Longitudinal Growth on Data Access System from CDE student data file

Results include all students with valid CSAP scores in 2007 & 2008 EXCEPT students who participated in CSAP-Alternate, were expelled or withdrew during testing, or were new to the school after October 1.

Calculations are included for all four ethnic groups regardless of numbers of students. Native American Indian student groups are not summarized due to very small N's across all grades & schools.

Student program labels are taken from the CSAP test booklets and preprinted labels.


District performance plan dpp

District Performance Plan (DPP)

District Performance Plan


Creating meaning what types of information should i look for on reports

Creating Meaning:What types of information should I look for on reports?


Multiple perspectives on results yield a complete summary picture

Multiple perspectives on results yield a complete summary picture

  • Remember the fable of the 6 men in the dark trying to describe an elephant?

  • What do we need to see in order to get a “complete picture” of summary performance and growth? 


Levels of summary analysis and views of summary results

Levels of Summary Analysis and Views of Summary Results

Levels of Analysis

Views of Results


Levels of summary analysis whole to part

Levels of Summary Analysis:"Whole to Part”


Different views of tcap results for a complete picture

Different views of TCAP results for a complete picture

TCAP BObj reports provide several “lenses” through which to examine school results. From different views, you can create a complete picture of summary school performance and growth.

  • Average/Median or overall %P/A.

  • Distributions.

  • Trends.

  • Disaggregations.

  • Comparisons


Overall results

Overall Results

All Schools Change Report (pdfs emailed and on COLE)

and

5-Year Performance Summary (BObj)


Results for student subgroups

Results for Student Subgroups

5-Year Ethnic Summary (BObj) and

Disaggregated Summary (BObj)


Standards subcontent areas

Standards & SubContent Areas

Standards & SubContent Area Summaries


Tcap growth results on bobj a e s pick three

TCAP GROWTH Results on BObjA&E’s “Pick Three”

In what ways do the following report “picks” provide:

  • Multiple Views Of Summary Results

    • Overall %P/A, Distributions, Trends, Disaggregations, Comparisons

  • Multiple Levels of Summary Analysis

Performance for Subgroups

Overall medians over time for all schools

Overall medians, crosstabs, % in high, middle, and low growth levels, some disaggregations


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