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STAR 2008. AUSD Student Achievement Analysis. Over-arching Goal:.

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Star 2008

STAR 2008

AUSD Student Achievement Analysis


Over arching goal
Over-arching Goal:

Increase achievement for all students while closing the achievement gap in English/language arts and mathematics between our lowest performing subgroups— African Americans, Latinos, English Learners, and Special Education students— and our highest performing subgroups— Whites and Asians.


This report examines
This Report Examines:

  • Academic Performance Index (API)

  • Annual Yearly Progress (AYP)

  • CST highlights and issues

  • Areas of focus based on data


Academic performance index
Academic Performance Index

API—

  • California State measure

  • Mostly based on CST scores

  • Single composite score of performance

  • Rewards moving students up

  • Moving target–

    Base API to Growth API


District api
District API

Possibly inflated by 1-2 pointsWill be revised in November


Elementary school api nine schools above 800
Elementary School API Nine Schools above 800


Elementary school api ruby bridges now over 800
Elementary School API Ruby Bridges now over 800


Elementary school api double digit growth at four sites
Elementary School API Double digit growth at four sites



Middle school api1
Middle School API

Chipman- two years of double digit growth

Lincoln- double digit growth

Wood- Prior year growth


High school api to be reported in november
High School APITo be reported in November


Ayp annual yearly progress
AYP- Annual Yearly Progress

  • Sets required targets

  • Percent proficient – ELA and math

  • Significant subgroups must meet targets

  • High school proficiency based mainly on CAHSEE

  • Includes participation rate and graduation rate.


AYP- ELA 2008

Progress toward Annual Measurable Objectives

2009 target= 45%


Gradual Consistent Increases--

Strong Performance of Whites, Asians and Districtwide

White 78%

Asian 74%

District 65%


English Learners Show Strong Increases

White

Asian

District

English Learners

+15%


…But the Achievement Gap in ELA is Growing

White 78%

Asian 74%

Afr.American35%

Amer. Indian

33%

Sp.Ed. 29%


AYP- Math 2008

Progress toward Annual Measurable Objectives




Math Data Flat 2006-08

Asian

White

District

English Learners

Hispanic

African

American

Sp. Ed.


Some Groups Show Slight Losses

Asian

Filipino

Sp. Ed.


AUSD Missed Annual Measureable Objective for Some Subgroups

AMO

African

American

Sp. Ed.

2009 target= 45.5%


Implications regarding program improvement pi
Implications Regarding Program Improvement (PI)

  • AUSD will be on the District PI Watch list.

  • Chipman will continue in Program Improvement Year 3.

  • Wood School will be on the PI Watch list based on math for English Learners and low income students.


A closer look cst scores
A Closer Look: CST Scores

  • End-of-Year test for standards taught

  • Look at data by grade

  • Helps pinpoint where to put focus



ELA Growth in Grades 4-9

Over 60% proficient and improving





Math Decline Sharp in Grades 6-11

Proficiency Down in Grades 7-10


Looking deeper
Looking Deeper

  • Math proficiency in grades 6-11

  • Math achievement by subgroup





Math Achievement by Subgroup, Grades 6-11

Asian Students- The highest performing group


What the data doesn t show
What the Data Doesn’t Show

  • More students are taking higher level math classes.

  • Last year, 40% of all 7th grade students took Algebra. In 06-07, 31% took Algebra.

  • African American and Latino students are under-represented in higher level math classes.

  • Math proficiency in grade-level and advanced classes is dropping.


Moving beyond the data
Moving beyond the data

  • Hold a Math Summit in the fall that includes math teachers, administrators, and support providers.

  • Incorporate SIM and other instructional strategies into math professional development.

  • Continue professional development that supports math content knowledge.

  • Last spring, tightened requirements for 7th grade Algebra.


In addition
In addition

  • Adopt math intervention materials.

  • Adopt new math textbooks that allow for integrating appropriate instructional strategies.

  • Further tighten placement of students into 7th grade algebra.


In review
In Review—

  • Overall, achievement in ELA is up.

  • Achievement in math is up in some grades, and high overall in elementary grades.

  • The achievement gap for African American and Latino students is extreme in math in grades 7-11.

  • We have increased the number of students taking challenging math classes, but with some loss of proficiency.

  • We have a plan to address the problems that surfaced in the data.


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