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ESEA Flexibility: Achievement. Maryland Accountability Program Presentation 4 of 8. Lillian M. Lowery, Ed.D . State Superintendent of Schools Dr. Charlene M. Dukes President, Maryland State Board of Education Martin O'Malley Governor Carolyn M. Wood, Ph.D. Assistant Superintendent

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Esea flexibility achievement

ESEA Flexibility: Achievement

Maryland Accountability Program

Presentation 4 of 8


Lillian M. Lowery, Ed.D.State Superintendent of SchoolsDr. Charlene M. DukesPresident, Maryland State Board of Education

Martin O'Malley

Governor

Carolyn M. Wood, Ph.D.

Assistant Superintendent

Division of Accountability, Assessment, and Data Systems

Maryland State Department of EducationDivision of Accountability, Assessment, and Data Systems

200 West Baltimore StreetBaltimore, Maryland 21201410.767.0073MarylandPublicSchools.org


Maryland accountability program
Maryland Accountability Program

  • School Progress

    • Reduce by half the percentage of students in the “all students” group and in each subgroup who are not proficient within six years

  • School Progress Index

    • Achievement

    • Growth

    • Gap Reduction

    • College & Career Readiness

  • Differentiated Recognition

    • Reward

    • Priority

    • Focus


Maryland School Progress Index**

Grades PreK-8

Grades 9-12

Meeting Performance Targets

(AMO)

Meeting Performance Targets

(AMO)

Achievement*

Achievement*

30%

40%

  • 33.3%-Mathematics Proficiency (Algebra/

  • Data Analysis HSA)

  • 33.3%- English Proficiency (English HSA)

  • 33.3%- Science Proficiency (Biology HSA)

  • 33.3%- Mathematics Proficiency (MSA)

  • 33.3%- Reading Proficiency (MSA)

  • 33.3%- Science Proficiency (MSA)

DRAFT

Gap*

Gap*

40%

40%

Gap between lowest subgroup and highest subgroup within a school:

Gap between lowest subgroup and highest subgroup within a school:

  • 33.3%- Mathematics Proficiency (MSA)

  • 33.3%- Reading Proficiency (MSA)

  • 33.3%- Science Proficiency (MSA)

  • 20%- Mathematics Proficiency (Algebra/

  • Data Analysis HSA)

  • 20%- English Proficiency (English HSA)

  • 20%- Science Proficiency (Biology HSA)

  • 20%- Cohort Graduation Rate

  • 20%- Cohort Dropout Rate

Growth*

College-and Career-Readiness**

30%

20%

Percent of students making one year’s growth:

  • 60%- Cohort Graduation Rate

  • 40%- College and Career Preparation (CCP)

    • Advanced Placement

    • Career and Technology Education (CTE) Concentrators

    • College Enrollment

  • 50%- Mathematics Proficiency (MSA)

  • 50%- Reading Proficiency (MSA)

4

*ALT-MSA is included in the index component

**Revised 9/17/2012: To be submitted to USDE for Approval


Spi indicator achievement
SPI Indicator: Achievement

  • Percentage of “all students” group scoring proficient or advanced on Maryland standardized assessments progressing toward targets

PreK-8

Grades 9-12

  • MSA Math Proficiency

  • MSA Reading Proficiency

  • MSA Science Proficiency

  • HSA Algebra Proficiency

  • HSA English Proficiency

  • HSA Biology Proficiency


Achievement targets reading mathematics and science proficiency
Achievement Targets –Reading, Mathematics and Science Proficiency

  • AMOs

    • Proficiency rates based on 2010–2011 assessments used as the baseline for setting AMOs

    • 50% reduction of “all students” who are not proficient by 2017

    • Target increases in equal increments for 6 years

    • For “all students” at the school level with a 90% or higher baseline the corresponding LEA level AMO will be used

      • Unless the LEA is higher than the school level


Prek 8 proficiency population
PreK-8 Proficiency Population

  • Content areas include Reading, Mathematics, and Science

  • Former AYP population rules apply

    • Test Takers meeting the following conditions:

      • Full Academic Year

      • LEP Exempt

      • 1% and 2% Rule for Alt and Mod assessment contributions

  • With the exception…

    • Non-participants are included WITHIN the aggregated population as Basic


Prek 8 proficiency calculation
PreK-8 Proficiency Calculation

  • Member Count – Full Academic Year participating students plus the Full Academic Year non-participant students


Grades 9 12 proficiency population
Grades 9-12 Proficiency Population

  • Content areas include English, Algebra, and Biology

  • Former AYP population rules apply (See HSSC Manual for details)

    • 12 Grade Population

    • Current 10th Grade AltMSA population

    • HSA and ModHSA Scale Scores

    • 12th Grade Certificate students the year they earn a certificate

    • 1% and 2% Rule for Alt and Mod assessment contributions

  • With the exception…

    • Non-participants are included WITHIN the aggregated population as Basic

  • Former AYP Exclusions apply (See HSSC Manual for details)

    • Modified HSA +Plus student scores

    • Student who received course credit (Status 05)

    • Second Semester Transfer Students (Status 08)

    • AltMSA Identified students in the HSSC file with Y or T indicator (AltMSA data retrieved from AltMSA vendor file)

    • Linking Study student scores from the May 2008 administration

    • Foreign Exchange students



Spi calculation example elementary school
SPI Calculation Example: Elementary School

% Prof of Target = % Proficient CY ÷ Target

Weighted % Prof of Target = % Prof of Target x Content Weight

Indicator Contribution = (Math + Read + Sci) x Indicator Weight

School Index = (Achievement + Growth + Gap)


Maryland accountability program1
Maryland Accountability Program

  • School Progress

    • Reduce by half the percentage of students in the “all students” group and in each subgroup who are not proficient within six years

  • School Progress Index

    • Achievement

    • Growth

    • Gap Reduction

    • College & Career Readiness

  • Differentiated Recognition

    • Reward

    • Priority

    • Focus


Questions
Questions?

  • Please forward questions and comments to:

    Doug Strader, Ed.D.

    [email protected]

    410-767-2055


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