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DON’T PANIC!

Understanding the 2011 Accountability Changes


Clicker Trivia

more than you wanted to know

about accountability


State Accountability

2011 Overview


What content areas are evaluated?

Reading

Writing

Social Studies

Science

Math

All content areas are evaluated.


What is measured?

% Met Standard


What grades are evaluated?

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

Grades 3-11


What are the possible ratings

for a campus/district?

No New Ratings in 2012!

Exemplary

Recognized

Academically Acceptable

Academically Unacceptable


What are the 2011 standards?

Academically

Acceptable

Recognized

Exemplary

90

65

80

Math

90

70

80

Reading

90

60

80

Science

80

70

80

Social Studies

80

70

80

Writing


Alt

Acc

TAKS

M

2011 is the Last Year for TAKS!

What tests are evaluated?


What students are evaluated?

Every student in the accountability subset* on a campus is evaluated in the All Students group.

*Students enrolled on Snapshot Day (last Friday in October) and on Testing Day.


Students in the following groups may be evaluated again if the group is large enough

Economically Disadvantaged

African American

Hispanic

White


Groups are large enough if they meet the Minimum Size Requirement (MSR)

30

/

10%

/

50


What other indicators are evaluated?

Completion Rate

Dropout Rate

Middle schools and Districts

High schools and Districts with 12th Grade

Standard = 75%

Standard = 1.6%


State Accountability

2011 Additional Updates


Commended Performance

STANDARDS

15% for Recognized, 25% for Exemplary

SUBJECTS

Reading/ELA and Mathematics

All Student Group and Economically Disadvantaged Students (if meets MSR)

STUDENTS

No (TPM, RI, and Exceptions will not be applied)

ANY HELP?


3

37.5

%

EXEMPLARY

8

All Student Group


ELL Progress Indicator

STANDARD

Meets 60%

Reading

SUBJECTS

All Students (MSR = 30) Students who tested in at least one of the specified assessments

STUDENTS

ANY HELP?

Required Improvement & Exceptions


LEP

LEP

LEP

LEP

M1

M1

M2

M2

M2

M1


TAKS

TELPAS

LEP

LEP

M1

M1

M2

M2

M2

M1

LEP

# Met Standard

# Met Criteria


M1

M1

M1

M2

M2

LEP

LEP

LEP

M1

M1

M2

M2

M2

M1

LEP

LEP

7

77.8%

9


What’s Happening with TPM?

  • For 2011 state accountability, the commissioner will consider several options in the use of TPM to ensure that student performance is acknowledged and that the state accountability system remains transparent.

  • Suspension of the use of TPM;

  • Continued use of TPM in state accountability, but only for districts that elect to use it; or

  • Include additional safeguards:

  • Applying performance floors,

  • Counting each student who fails, but it projected to pass as a fraction of a passer,

  • Prohibiting TPM to be used for the same measure in a subsequent year,

  • Limiting the number of measures for which TPM can be used in a given year, and

  • Limiting which rating categories can use TPM.


Ethnicity/Race Data Collection and Reporting


AEA Accountability Basics 2011

  • TAKS Progress Indicator

    • The TAKS Progress indicator standard will increase from 50% to 55%.

    • TAKS-Modified and TAKS-Alternate results will be combined with TAKS and TAKS (Accommodated ) results to determine AEA ratings.

  • Annual Dropout Rate (Grades 7-12) and Completion Rate II Indicators

    • The Annual Dropout Rate indicator standard remains 20.0%.

    • The Completion Rate II indicator standard remains 60.0%.

  • English Language Learner (ELL) Progress Indicator

    • The ELL Progress Indicator standard will be 55%.

    • Required Improvement (RI) will be calculated.

    • The All Students group will be evaluated if the minimum size requirement is met.


Federal Accountability Overview

Adequate Yearly Progress


What content areas are evaluated?

Reading

Math


What is measured?

% Proficient

% Participate


What grades are evaluated?

3

4

5

6

7

8

10

3-8 & 10


What are the standards?

100

%

of students must pass in 2014

93

87

92

80

83

Reading

73

75

Math

67

2009-10

2010-11

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

% Proficient


What tests are evaluated?

TAKS

Acc

TAKS

M

TAKS

ALT

TAKS

LAT

TAKS


What students are evaluated?

Every student in the accountability subset* on a campus is evaluated in the All Students group.

*Students enrolled on Snapshot Day (last Friday in October) and on Testing Day.


Students in the following groups may be evaluated again if the group is large enough

Economically Disadvantaged

African American

Special Education

Hispanic

Limited English Proficient (LEP)

White


Groups are large enough if they meet the Minimum Size Requirement (MSR)

50

/

10%

/

200


What other indicators are evaluated?

Graduation Rate

Attendance Rate

Elementary and Middle schools and Districts without 12th Grade

High schools and Districts with 12th Grade

Standard = 75%

Standard = 90%


Federal Accountability Overview

Additional Information


Graduation Rate

There are now 5 ways to meet the standard!

5


1

Meet the statewide 4-year Graduation Rate

goal of 90.0%

X

Class of 2009


2

Meet the 4-year Annual Graduation Rate Target of 75%

X

Class of 2009


60%

Graduation Rate:

Actual Improvement: 0.6%

Class of 2009

3

Meet the 4-year Safe Harbor Target (a 10.0% decrease in the difference between the prior year rate and 90.0%)

59.4%

Graduation Rate:

X

Improvement Required:

90 – 59.4 = 30.6, 30.6 x .1 = 3.1%

Class of 2008


60%

Graduation Rate:

Actual Improvement: 0.6%

Class of 2009

59.4%

Graduation Rate:

4

Meet the 4-year Improvement Target (a 1.0% increase from the prior year 4-year Graduation Rate)

X

Class of 2008


‘08

‘09

‘08

‘09

‘08

‘09

‘08

‘08

5

5 Year Graduation Rate = 80%

Graduation Rate = 50%

Class of 2008

Meet the 5-year longitudinal Annual Graduation Rate Target of 80% (for the class of 2008).


Student Groups Evaluated

For graduation rate, the LEP student group will include current LEP students plus students formerly identified as LEP during any of their high school years (Ever HS LEP)

LEP

!

In 2012, all student groups (that meet MSR) will be evaluated for AYP Graduation Rate

PREVIEW


Texas Projection Measure (TPM)

3

4

6

7

10

TPM will be used for TAKS-M in grades 3, 4, 6, 7, and 10


Federal Caps

How, exactly, do these work?!

M

Alt


A Recent Change…in 2009

M

M

M

M

M

M

M

M

M

M

Alt

2% Cap Limit = 3


A Recent Change…in 2010

M

M

M

M

M

M

M

M

M

Alt

X

M

2% Cap Limit = 3


Federal Cap Process is Unchanged

Alt

M

1% TAKS Alt Cap – students are selected randomly from TAKS Alt proficient results

%

%

1

2

2% TAKS M Cap – Combination method is used to select TAKS M proficient results

The district’s AYP participation count for Reading/ELA and Math will continue to be used to calculate the caps.


Reading/ELA

1% TAKS Alt Cap Limit = 2,386 x .01 = 24

2% TAKS M Cap Limit = 2,386 x .02 = 48

Math

1% TAKS Alt Cap Limit = 2,379 x .01 = 24

2% TAKS M Cap Limit = 2,379 x .02 = 48


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Alt

Alt

Alt

Alt

Alt

Alt

Alt

Alt

Alt

TAKS Alt

TAKS M


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Alt

Alt

Alt

Alt

Alt

Alt

Alt

Alt

Alt

TAKS Alt

TAKS M


Step 2: Students are selected from the Did Not Meet Standard but are on track to meet the standard.

Step 1: Students are selected from the Met Standard group.

Alt

Alt

Alt

Alt

Alt

Alt

Alt

Alt

Alt

Alt

Alt

Alt

Alt

Alt

Alt

Alt

%

1

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

E

E

E

E

P

P

P

P

P

P


Campus Priority List

TEA Sort

Campus Priority List

District Sort

M

HS

%

2

1.

MS

2.

EL

3.


AYP Rules – Before Students Are Selected

The application of the accountability subset

Snapshot

Test Day

Minimum Size Requirement for each student group

MSR

Determine if student groups not meeting standard are eligible for Safe Harbor or TPM


Selecting Proficient Students – Reading/ELA

M

HS

#

2

1.

%

Meet AYP – Reading/ELA

MS

2.

#

Meet AYP – Reading/ELA

EL

#

3.

Meet AYP – Reading/ELA


Appeals to campus ranking or cap process will not be considered

HS

M

Districts may not Meet AYP after the cap process since priority is given to campuses meeting AYP

%

Appeal

2

MS

Campuses given a higher priority for the selection of students may require all available proficient student results

EL

No exceptions to the 2% Cap


2011 Accountability Workbook

Planning Tool


Includes Worksheets To:

Identify student groups at risk of not meeting the 2011 standards.

Analyze commended rates for the All Student and Economically Disadvantaged groups (2006-2010)

Analyze ELL Progress Indicator results longitudinally at the campus- and student-level.

60


Campuses with Additional Campus Improvement Plan (CIP) Requirements

Formerly known as Technical Assistant Teams (TAT)

TAKS

Alt

Acc

M

70

65

RI & EP

60

Academically Acceptable


Region XIII Potential Pre-AU List

TAKS

Alt

Acc

M

70

65

RI & EP

60

Academically Acceptable


When we’ll know more…

  • February 17Update on Accountability Development

  • April 19Accountability Decisions for 2011

  • June 16Accountability Manuals – State and AYP

  • August 18Accountability Results for 2011


Erin Monge

[email protected] | 512-919-5308

Arielle Arizpe

[email protected] | 512-919-5131


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