Workgroup 1: College and Career Readiness Outcomes State Outcomes Subgroup. COSA Winter Conference 2012. Charge:. Develop a system by which we can differentiate and report on the performance of individual schools. 2 Tasks:.
COSA Winter Conference 2012
Develop a system by which we can differentiate and report on the performance of individual schools.
1) Measures must promote achievement of 40-40-20 goal that represents the diversity of the State's population
2) Measures define key aspects of college and career readiness
Outcome 1: By about age 5, learners have the cognitive, social, emotional, and behavioral skills necessary for kindergarten.
Outcome 2: By about age 9, learners are proficient in literacy and numeracy and can apply those skills in a variety of contexts.
Outcome 3:By their mid-teens all learners are establishing academic behaviors; acquiring reading, writing, math, and thinking skills; and developing core knowledge. . .
Outcome 4: By their late teens, learners earn a full-option diploma. . .
Outcome 5: The majority of learners obtain a post-secondary degree or certificate that attests to their ability to think and learn
Standardized test (OAKS followed by SMARTER) for reading/language arts and math at grades 3-8, 11;
4-year cohort graduation ratesTask 1: Accountability System Measures
Growth on content assessments
Growth on ELPA (AMAOs)Task 1: Accountability System MeasuresIdentification of focus, priority, reward schools MAY USE: