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No Child Left Behind. When you look at NCLB data, WHAT are you looking at?????. KCCT Data. JES: Grade 4 and Grade 5. JMHS: Grades 7,8,10, 11. So what is assessed with KCCT at these grade levels?. JES: Grade 4 Reading Grade 5 Math. JMHS: Grade 7 Reading

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No

Child

Left

Behind


When you look at NCLB data,

WHAT are you looking at?????

KCCT Data

JES: Grade 4 and Grade 5

JMHS: Grades 7,8,10, 11

So what is assessed with KCCT

at these grade levels?

JES: Grade 4 Reading

Grade 5 Math

JMHS: Grade 7 Reading

Grade 8 Math

Grade 10 Reading

Grade 11 Math


How is this year’s Data Different?

  • This impacts our district because it increases

  • the number of students we tested.

  • This increases the confidence Interval

  • (makes the range smaller).


Consequences

are only for schools/districts

that receive Title I Funding

Wellstone Amendment


Why is this information so significant?

JES AMO Counts

JMHS AMO Counts

JES: Grade 4 Reading

Grade 5 Math

JMHS: Grade 7 Reading

Grade 8 Math

Grade 10 Reading

Grade 11 Math

The data reflects both test data from 2005 AND 2006.


JIS

NCLB

Data


Targets vary due to the student population.

Count the YES boxes to determine the # targets.


JIS

Targets increase at increments to move our students to proficiency by 2014..

Last year there is a 3 year period before standard is raised annually. Increases at increments to move all students to proficiency by 2014.


JIS Reading

Goal 45.21

Target populations


JIS Math

30.29

29.62

0.67


Interventions

  • CDIP: Revisions will be made to the CDIP

  • Tentative activities:

    Provide PD for staff in the area of incorporating math into the content areas

    PACE maps will be developed to ensure the Core Content for Assessment and Program of Studies are being taught

    Continue Depth of Knowledge training

    Continue Authentic Assessments

    Continue Real world application of mathematics


JES

NCLB

Data


JES


JES Reading

53.86


JES Math

32.14


JMHS

NCLB

Data


Basically the same group

Counted three ways…


NO Consequences----

JMHS

Yearly goals


JMHS Reading

40.88


JMHS Math

28.36


Interventions

  • CSIP: Revisions will be made to the CSIP

  • Tentative activities:

    Provide PD for staff in the area of incorporating math into the content areas

    PACE maps will be developed to ensure the Core Content for Assessment and Program of Studies are being taught

    Continue Depth of Knowledge training

    Continue Authentic Assessments

    Continue Real world application of mathematics

    Mentors for new teachers

    Purchase Software that can be used during ESS and during classroom instruction


Neither school nor the district

is in consequences.

If JMHS did not use Title I funds, they

could not have any consequences even

if they missed AYP every year.

To have consequences, the school

would have to miss AYP for two

consecutive years.


Comparison tp local schools


Comparison tp local Middle Schools


Comparison tp local High Schools


AYP is one measure of accountability.

It reflects reading and math at specific grades only.

CATS data will be available is September

and will give us a broader picture of

Student achievement in multiple areas.


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