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Group 1: ELA , Math, Special Education. DPAS II: Component V. The Process: Step 1: MUST use a minimum of two (2) measures MUST use Measure A for all students assessed by DCAS in reading and/or math for grades three (3) through ten (10) MUST use at least one (1) Measure B

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Dpas ii component v

  • Group 1:ELA, Math, Special Education

DPAS II: Component V

The Process:

Step 1:

MUST use a minimum of two (2) measures

MUST use Measure A for all students assessed by DCAS in reading and/or math for grades three (3) through ten (10)

MUST use at least one (1) Measure B

Measure A and Measure B weighted 50% each

EX: Measure A—DCAS

Measure B—1 internal measure (MAPS recommended)

Step 2:

Administer the assessments (DCAS and internal measure)

Step 3:

Using assessment data, create your goal

Use the Student Growth Projections on the Achievement Status and Growth Report in order to inform their goals/targets.

Ex: 80% of students will increase their RIT score by X number/points on the RIT Scale on the Spring MAP-R or MAP-M Assessment.  

Step 4:

Choose your class list or cohort

Content teacher: typically all the students assigned to you

Special educators: it is recommended to have your case load and add more to your cohort

*If you remove or add any students you must justify

Step 5:

Conference with administrator

Step 6:

Collect data

Step 7:

Re-meet with administrator in spring; look at class lists; analyze data


Dpas ii component v1

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  • Group 2: Science, Social Studies, Life Skills, Specialists

4 measures: any combination

DPAS II: Component V

The Process:

Step 1:

MUST use a minimum of four (4) Measures

MUST use at least one (1) Measure B and one (1) Measure C

Measure B and Measure C weighted 50% each

Step 2:

Administer the assessment(s)

Step 3:

Using assessment data, create your goalUse the Student Growth Projections on the Achievement Status and Growth Report in order to inform their goals/targets.

Ex: 80% of students will increase their RIT score by X number/points on the RIT Scale on the Spring MAP-R or MAP-M Assessment.   

Step 4:

Choose your class list or cohort

Typically all the students assigned to you

*If you remove or add any students you must justify

Step 5:

Conference with administrator

Step 6:

Collect data

Step 7:

Re-meet with administrator in spring; look at class lists; analyze data


Dpas ii component v2

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  • Group 3: All Others—Educators who generally do not report student grades

DPAS II: Component V

The Process:

Step 1:

MUST use a minimum of four (4) Measure C’s

Measure C weighted 100%

Step 2:

Administer the assessment(s)

Step 3:

Using assessment data, create goalUse the Student Growth Projections on the Achievement Status and Growth Report in order to inform their goals/targets.

Ex: 80% of students will increase their RIT score by X number/points on the RIT Scale on the Spring MAP-R or MAP-M Assessment.  

Step 4:

Choose your class list or cohort

Typically all the students assigned to you

*If you remove or add any students you must justify

Step 5:

Conference with administrator

Step 6:

Collect data

Step 7:

Re-meet with administrator in spring; look at class lists; analyze data


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