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School Accountability Index. Achievement Index Background. In 2009, SBE partnered with the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) to create the Washington Achievement Index.

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School accountability index

School Accountability Index


Achievement index background

Achievement Index Background

In 2009, SBE partnered with the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) to create the Washington Achievement Index.

Through MSP and HSPE Exams as well as graduation data, the index provides schools with a “snapshot” of their achievement in language arts, math, science, and extended graduation rates.

The Achievement Index is only used for award purposes and is designed to identify and recognize the state’s highest-achieving schools over a two-year period.

Source: The Washington State Board of Education www.sbe.wa.gov


How is the index different from ayp

How is the Index Different from AYP?

  • Punitive

  • Reading and Math

  • content only

  • ELLs included

  • Unexcused absence

  • Purpose is recognition and

  • self assessment

  • Adds science and writing

  • ELL results included after

  • three years

  • Improvement

  • Achievement vs. Peers

  • Inclusive of small schools

Both based on state assessment data

Source: The Washington State Board of Education www.sbe.wa.gov


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  • The Achievement Index is designed to provide users with a comprehensive and clear analysis or schools performance.

  • The Index is NOT intended to rank schools, but provide insight into specific areas that are strengths or areas that may need improvement.

  • The ratings are a reflection of the percentage of students who met standards in a given assessment (e.g. a rating of 7 means that more than 90.1% of students met the standard).

  • The Achievement vs. Peers indicator reflects how well a school performs compared to statistically similar schools (i.e., schools with a similar percentage of low-income, ELL, mobile, special education, and gifted students).

  • The Improvement indicator reflects the amount of change in student performance from the previous year.

Source: The Washington State Board of Education www.sbe.wa.gov


Proposed outcomes indicators

Proposed Outcomes & Indicators

Five Outcomes

Results from 4 State Assessments (reading, writing, math, science) aggregated together from all grades and the Extended graduation rate for all students

Four Indicators

  • Achievementby non-low income students (% meeting standard/ext. grad rate)

  • Achievement by low income students (eligible for FRL)

  • Achievement vs. Peers (Learning Index and ext. grad rate controlling for ELL, low-income, special ed., gifted, mobility)

  • Improvement (change in Learning Index from previous year)

    Creates a 5x4 matrix with 20 outcomes

Source: The Washington State Board of Education www.sbe.wa.gov


An example index matrix

An Example Index Matrix

Source: The Washington State Board of Education www.sbe.wa.gov


Benchmarks and ratings for outcomes and indicators

Benchmarks and Ratings for Outcomes and Indicators

Source: The Washington State Board of Education www.sbe.wa.gov


Benchmarks and ratings for outcomes and indicators1

Benchmarks and Ratings for Outcomes and Indicators

Source: The Washington State Board of Education www.sbe.wa.gov


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Accountability Index Award

Special Recognition in:

1. Outstanding Overall Achievement

Language Arts

Math

Science

Extended Graduation Rates

Gifted (vs. Peers)

Closing Achievement Gaps

Improvement


School accountability index

Spokane School District Accountability Index Comparison for all schools from 2010 to 2011

*2011 includes Libby, Bryant, Daybreak, and Excelsior which were not included in 2010 due to being programs for the 2009-2010 school year.

Source: The Washington State Board of Education www.sbe.wa.gov


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SPS Elementary Accountability Index Comparison from 2010 to 2011

Source: The Washington State Board of Education www.sbe.wa.gov


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SPS Middle School Accountability Index Comparison from 2010 to 2011

Source: The Washington State Board of Education www.sbe.wa.gov


School accountability index

SPS High School Accountability Index Comparison from 2010 to 2011

Source: The Washington State Board of Education www.sbe.wa.gov


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