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Measurable Objectives Application . Jessica Noble and Kelly Spurgeon Kansas State Department of Education February 1, 2013. Objectives. Provide an overview of the Measurable Objectives Report Explain goals and targets for each of the six Annual Measurable Objectives (AMOs)

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measurable objectives application

Measurable Objectives Application

Jessica Noble and Kelly Spurgeon

Kansas State Department of Education

February 1, 2013

objectives
Objectives
  • Provide an overview of the Measurable Objectives Report
  • Explain goals and targets for each of the six Annual Measurable Objectives (AMOs)
  • Highlight resources that explain the assessment AMOs in greater detail
what is the measurable objective report
What is the Measurable Objective Report?
  • The Measurable Objective Report is a new web-based authenticated application that replaces the AYP/QPA accountability system
  • The change is a result of the ESEA flexibility waiver
  • The report currently displays the goals and targets for each of the AMOs and Spring assessment data is scheduled to be included in May
  • The AYP/QPA reports are still available for viewing previous years assessment data
navigating the measurable objectives report
Navigating the Measurable Objectives Report
  • Each building will have an AMO for achievement, growth, reduction of non-proficient, gap and participation
  • High school buildings will have an AMO for graduation
amo targets
AMO Targets
  • The Achievement and Reduction of Non-Proficient targets are based on 2011-2012 data
  • The Gap target is based on 2010-2011 and 2011-2012 data
  • The Growth target is set at the 50th percentile based on 2012-2013 data.
  • The Graduation target is 80%
  • The Participation target is 95%
subgroups
Subgroups
  • All Students
  • Free and Reduced Lunch
  • Students with Disabilities
  • ELL
  • African American
  • Hispanic
  • White
  • Asian
  • American Indian or Alaska Native
  • Multi-Racial
  • Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander
  • LP30 (only in Gap AMO)
  • Any subgroup with an n size of ≥ 30 will have an AMO determination in Reduction of Non-Proficient, Graduation and Participation
achievement amos
Achievement AMOs
  • The AMOs for achievement are determined by a building\'s Assessment Performance Index (API) score and its percentage of students below standard. Both conditions must be met in order to make a building category.
  • If a building exceeds its % of students below standard limit, it\'s moved to the next lower level.
  • Each building category has a specified rate of improvement, or number of API points, that produce the building AMO.
growth amo
Growth AMO
  • To achieve the growth AMO a school must have a median student growth score that meets or exceeds those of half the schools in Kansas.
  • Your building\'s 2013 Median score for reading and math will be compared to the 2013 range of median scores for all buildings to determine AMO status.
reduction of non proficient amos
Reduction of Non-Proficient AMOs
  • The goal of this AMO is to reduce the percentage of non-proficient students (RNP) in half by the 2017-2018 school year. The RNP calculation is applied at the district, building, and subgroup level to create a unique RNP AMO for each.
  • Subgroups with an n size of ≥ 30 will have an AMO determination.
  • If the All Students subgroup is less than 30 then the current year plus 1 or 2 prior years are merged to create an All Students group of 30. Only the All Students group is merged if less than 30.
gap reduction amos
Gap Reduction AMOs
  • The goal of the Gap Reduction AMO is to reduce the gap between the state benchmark and the lowest performing 30% (LP30) of students by half by the 2017-2018 school year.
  • A building may also achieve its Gap Reduction AMO by demonstrating an API score of 500 or greater for its LP30.
  • Each building has a specified rate of Gap reduction.
graduation amos
Graduation AMOs
  • The overall AMO for graduation is 80%. Graduation AMO can also be met by achieving a 3% improvement if the prior year rate was greater than or equal to 50% but less than 80%, or by achieving a 5% improvement if the prior year rate was less than 50%.
  • The AMO can be met by either the 4 year or 5 year rate calculation.
participation amos
Participation AMOs
  • The AMO for participation rate is 95%. The AMO is calculated for the "All Students" and for subgroups with at least 30 students. The AMO of 95% applies to both reading and math.
  • The AMO can be achieved by meeting the participation rate in the current year.
  • The AMO can also be achieved by a 2 year or 3 year participation rate average that is equal to or greater than 95%.
resources
Resources
  • Video clips and fact sheets for Achievement, Growth, Reduction of Non-Proficient and Gap AMOs can be found on the ESEA flexibility waiver webpage:http://www.ksde.org/Default.aspx?tabid=5075
  • This page can also be accessed by clicking this logo on the KSDE home page
questions
Questions?

Contact the Measurable Objectives Help Desk:

Phone: (785) 296-2261

Email: [email protected]

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