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CTE and the A-F Report Card. Tommi Leach and Kelly Arrington, ODCTE. The A-F Report Card. Is comprised of three (3) main sections each worth one-third of the overall grade: Student Achievement - counts 33% Student Growth - counts 34% 17% - Overall student growth (math & reading)

CTE and the A-F Report Card

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## CTE and the A-F Report Card

Tommi Leach and Kelly Arrington, ODCTE

### The A-F Report Card

Is comprised of three (3) main sections each worth one-third of the overall grade:

• Student Achievement - counts 33%

• Student Growth - counts 34%

• 17% - Overall student growth (math & reading)

• 17% - Bottom 25% student growth

• Whole School Performance - counts 33%

3.75-4.0 = A

2.75-3.74 = B

1.75-2.74 = C

0.75-1.74 = D

Below 0.75 = F

• Counts 79% of 33% (or 26% of total)

• 2011-2012 counted 82% because #7 information was not yet available

CALCULATION:

# of students who graduated in 4 years or less

÷

Total # of graduates in current year

+ # of GED’s in current year

+ 12th grade dropouts in current year

+ 11th grade dropouts last year

+ 10th grade dropouts for 2 years ago

+ 9th grade dropouts for 3 years ago

90-100% = A

80-89% = B

70-79% = C

60-69% = D

Below 60% = F

(2) Participation in advanced coursework(i.e. AP, IB, AICE, concurrent college enrollment, industry certification courses and Cooperative Alliance courses)

• Student must earn a passing grade to count for participation (A, B, C, or D)

• Tech Centers & CTE HS instructors will provide data to high schools

• Can be taken at high school, technology center or regional site of OSSM

• Counts 3% of 33% (or 1% of total)

CALCULATION:

# accelerated coursework participants in grades 9-12

÷

# of all students enrolled in grades 11-12 on the Accreditation Report

75-100% = A

65-74% = B

50-64% = C

30-49% = D

Below 30% = F

### Participation points are calculated at the STUDENT LEVEL

No matter how many advanced courses students are taking, they ONLY COUNT ONCE per year.

(example: industry certification course and AP course taken by the student in the same year)

### Performance on AP or IB exams

(3) Performance on APor IB exams

• AP - score 3 or higher

• IB - score 4 or higher

• Counts 3% of 33% (or 1% of total)

CALCULATION:

# test takers passing the exam

÷

# of test takers

75-100% = A

65-74% = B

50-64% = C

30-49% = D

Below 30% = F

Schools with students enrolled in AP or IB courses that do not attempt the exam will be given an “F”

• (Clarification from SDE: If the entire class does not attempt, then the school will be given an “F”)

(4) Performance in concurrent enrollment, AICE, industry certification course and Cooperative Alliance course

• Course must be a credit bearing course, not a remedial course

• Student must earn credit in the course, earning a "C" or higher grade

• Industry certification course: Student must pass certification exam (In 2011-2012, a “C” or higher counted)

• Industry Certification Exam: Tech Centers & CTE HS programs will provide data on which students pass exams to ODCTE on Follow-up Report. ODCTE will provide this data to SDE. (This process is still being discussed with the SDE.)

• Counts 3% of 33% (or 1% of total)

CALCULATION:

# of students enrolled who meet criteria

÷

# of all students who took an accelerated course or subject area examination during the academic year

90-100% = A

80-89% = B

70-79% = C

60-69% = D

Below 60% = F

### College Entrance Exam Participation

(5) College entrance exam participation (ACT or SAT)

• Can be taken any time in student's career

• If ACT is taken multiple times it only counts once in student's career - If SAT is taken multiple times it only counts once in student's career

• A student can be counted once for ACT and once for SAT

• Counts 3% of 33% (or 1% of total)

CALCULATION:

# 12th graders ever taking an exam

÷

# 12th graders on the Accreditation Report

75-100% = A

65-74% = B

50-64% = C

30-49% = D

Below 30% = F

### College Entrance Exam Performance

(6) College entrance exam performance

• ACT = 20 or higher

• SAT = 1410 or higher

• National Test dates only - no residual tests

• Most recent test score taken on ACT or SAT - data provided to SDE from ACT and College Board

• If ACT is taken multiple times it only counts once in student's career - If SAT is taken multiple times it only counts once in student's career

• A student can be counted once for ACT and once for SAT

• Counts 3% of 33% (or 1% of total)

### College Entrance Exam Performance

CALCULATION:

# 12th graders scoring 20 or higher on ACT or 1410 or higher on SAT

÷

# 12th graders who took the ACT and SAT

75-100% = A

65-74% = B

50-64% = C

30-49% = D

Below 30% = F

The 12th graders are tracked as a cohort. If a student takes the exam once as a 9th grader, the exam will count on the report card when the student is a 12th grader

### PERFORMANCE - a student can earn more than one point if taken in different categories (the examples below count 2 points):

• Passing an industry certification test and scoring 20 or higher on an ACT;

• Scoring 20 or higher on ACT and 1410 or higher on SAT;

• Scoring a 3 or higher on an AP course and passing an industry certification test (“C” or higher)

• School from which they graduate gets to count them even if they move around after 8th grade

• Low achieving students are those scoring limited knowledge or unsatisfactory on the 8th grade reading or math OSTP assessments

• Counts 3% of 33% (when data becomes available)

85-100% = A

75-84% = B

65-74% = C

55-64% = D

Below 55% = F

CALCULATION:

# 12th graders who earned a regular HS diploma by the end of the 2011-12 school year who scored Unsatisfactory or Limited Knowledge on the 8th grade Reading or Math State Assessment

÷

# low-performing first-time 9th graders in fall 2008

+ low-performing students who transfer in

- (minus) low performing students who transfer out, emigrate, or die during school years 2008-09, 2009-2010, 2010-2011, and 2011-2012

### Five or more year graduation rate

(8) Five or more year graduation rate

• Includes all graduates even if takes more than 4 years to graduate

• Counts 3% of 33%

90-100% = A

80-89% = B

70-79% = C

60-69% = D

Below 60% = F

### Five or more year graduation rate

CALCULATION:

Total # of students who graduated in current year

÷

Total # of graduates in current year

+ # GED’s in current year

+ # 12th grade dropouts in current year

+ # 11th grade dropouts last year

+ #10th grade dropouts from 2 years ago

+ # 9th grade dropouts from 3 years ago

### Industry Certification Exams

List of eligible exams/certifications to count for A-F Report Card and to be recorded on high school transcripts

www.okcttc.com

or

www.okcareertech.org/cac

Approval process is in place for exams to be added to this list

• Field will work with State Program Administrators for approval requests

• The deadline for the current school year will be April 1st to be counted for that year on the A-F Report Card

• Certification Approval Committee will meet quarterly to approve additions to this list

### BONUS - High School Whole School Performance – Bonus items are worth .06 in the grade calculation

• Climate survey results – administered online

• Completed by 90% of faculty

• Completed by 20% of students

• Completed by 10% of parents

• Must have an average rating of 4 on a 5 pt. scale

• Parent/Community Engagement - # of volunteer hours performed during the school year by parents or community members

• Schools receiving at least 1 volunteer hour for each student enrolled as found in the Accreditation Report will receive points

### Bonus (continued)

• Percent of students following the C3 (College, Career & Citizen Ready) curriculum

CALCULATION:

# students in grades 9-12 enrolled in college preparatory coursework

÷

Total # of students in grades 9-12

If 90% or more are taking C3 Curriculum, the school will receive bonus points

### Bonus (continued)

• Percent of graduates who need remediation in college (go to Oklahoma college or university right after HS)

CALCULATION:

Unduplicated # of students needing remediation in reading, English, math or science

÷

Total # of students attending an Oklahoma college or university

Schools with 25% or less graduates enrolled in college remedial classes will receive the bonus points

### Sources:

• House Bill 1456

• House Bill 2494

• SDE - Proposed Rules - Implementation of a System of School Improvement and Accountability (A-F Rules)

• SDE - A-F Report Card Guide

• SDE – A to F Report Card – Data Sources

Tommi Leach