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East Middle School Spring 2010 MCAS Presentation. 1. How Results are Reported Grades 6-8. Composite Performance Index (CPI) measures how close a school or district is to having all students score in the Proficient/Advanced categories. Grades & Subjects Tested Spring ‘10.

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East middle school spring 2010 mcas presentation

East Middle School

Spring 2010 MCAS Presentation

1


How results are reported grades 6 8

How Results are Reported Grades 6-8


East middle school spring 2010 mcas presentation

Composite Performance Index(CPI)measures how close a school or district is to having all students score in the Proficient/Advanced categories


Grades subjects tested spring 10

Grades & Subjects Tested Spring ‘10


Student growth percentiles

Student Growth Percentiles

  • A new way of measuring student progress


Tracking student progress

Tracking Student Progress

  • MCAS performance level and scaled scores answer, “How much has this student achieved compared to the state’s grade- level learning standards?”

  • SGP answers the question, “How much has this student achieved over the previous year compared to his or her academic peers?

  • Compares students to “academic peers” (those who had similar historical MCAS results)

  • SGP indicates how a student’s growth is compared to that of peers


Student growth percentile sgp

Student Growth Percentile (SGP)

Laura has three years of MCAS scores: 230, 230, and 230. Based on her academic peers’ performance, her SGP for year 3 is determined to be 35.

A percentile is a statistic that indicates the percentage of a reference group obtaining scores equal to or less than the individual’s score.

262

Advanced

65%

Proficient

Laura’s

Score 230 SGP = 35

Needs Improvement

35%

218

Warning/Failing


Sgp a visual example

SGP, A Visual Example

Laura’s SGP of 35 means 35th percentile. Imagine her academic peers as100 people standing in a single file line from highest to lowest score.

A person who scored in the 35th percentile is 35th from the end.

end of line = lowest score

218

35th percentile

34 people are behind of her.

65 people are in front of her.

front of line = highest score 262


Sgp range

SGP Range


School district growth percentiles

School/District Growth Percentiles

  • SGPs are created for each school and district .

  • SGP represents a “typical” growth for students in the school or district (Half will be above 50; half will be below 50.)


Interpreting mcas results

Interpreting MCAS Results

  • Look at student performance from “achievement” and “growth” perspective.

  • Students with history of poor MCAS scores may make progress, but still not reach Proficient level.

  • Students with a history of very high MCAS scores may be Proficient or Advanced, but have a low growth score.


Percent at each performance level composite performance index cpi student growth percentile sgp

Percent at Each Performance Level, Composite Performance Index (CPI) & Student Growth Percentile (SGP)


All grades ela

All Grades - ELA


All grades ela1

All Grades – ELA


All grades mathematics

All Grades - Mathematics


All grades mathematics1

All Grades - Mathematics


Grade 6 ela east

Grade 6 – ELAEast


Grade 6 ela east1

Grade 6 – ELA East


Grade 6 mathematics east

Grade 6 – MathematicsEast


Grade 6 mathematics east1

Grade 6 – Mathematics East


Grade 7 ela east

Grade 7 – ELAEast


Grade 7 ela east1

Grade 7 – ELA East


Grade 7 mathematics east

Grade 7 – MathematicsEast


Grade 7 mathematics east1

Grade 7 – MathematicsEast


Grade 8 ela east

Grade 8 – ELA East


Grade 8 ela east1

Grade 8 – ELA East


Grade 8 mathematics east

Grade 8 – Mathematics East


Grade 8 mathematics east1

Grade 8 – Mathematics East


Grade 8 science technology engineering east

Grade 8 – Science & Technology/Engineering East


Grade 8 science technology engineering east1

Grade 8 – Science & Technology/Engineering East


Ayp adequate yearly progress determinations

AYP (Adequate Yearly Progress) Determinations

  • Means progress towards 100% of students achieving proficiency by 2014

  • Measures progress against specific expectations each year

  • Reported annually


Massachusetts nclb performance targets for ela and mathematics 2001 2014

Massachusetts NCLB Performance Targets for ELA and Mathematics 2001 - 2014

Current Targets


East middle school spring 2010 mcas presentation

2010 AYP Criteria


Two ways to make ayp

Two Ways to Make AYP


East middle school ela 2010

Performance RatingVery High

Performance Data

State Target: 90.2CPI: 95.9

Accountability Status

No Status

Improvement RatingOn Target

Improvement DataBaseline CPI: 92.5Gain Target: 1.5Target Range: 93.0-95.0

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East middle school mathematics 2010

Performance RatingVery High

Performance Data

State Target: 84.3CPI: 90.1

Accountability Status

No Status

Improvement RatingOn Target

Improvement DataBaseline CPI: 87.8Gain Target: 2.4Target: 89.2-91.2

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East middle school spring 2011 targets

East Middle School Spring 2011Targets


Strategies for improvement next steps

Strategies for ImprovementNext Steps

  • Analyze and use data

    • Individual student analysis■Item analysis

    • Cohort analysis■ Growth data

  • Examine curriculum

  • Use formative assessment

  • Support sub-groups with Special Ed and ELL staff

  • Provide test-taking strategies and practice

  • Provide tutoring at High School through academic support grant

  • Provide after school MCAS support

  • Provide Title I, remedial math and reading support to targeted students

  • Develop individual student success plan (ISSP)

  • Engage parents and the community in student efforts


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