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MSDE Accountability Model. For 2011-12 and 2012-13. Presented by: Caroline Walker Rebecca Amani -Dove Portia White Mary Levinsohn-Klyap. Elementary & Secondary Education Act (ESEA). MD ESEA Flexibility. Major Changes Due to Waiver. Maryland Accountability Program.

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Msde accountability model

MSDE Accountability Model

For 2011-12 and 2012-13

Presented by:

Caroline Walker

Rebecca Amani-Dove

Portia White

MaryLevinsohn-Klyap


Elementary secondary education act esea

Elementary & Secondary Education Act (ESEA)


Md esea flexibility

MD ESEA Flexibility


Major changes due to waiver

Major Changes Due to Waiver


Maryland accountability program

Maryland Accountability Program


Differentiated recognition

Differentiated Recognition


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Maryland Accountability Program


Amo progress

AMO Progress


Amo progress reading and math

AMO Progress: Reading and Math


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AMO Progress: Reading and Math


Msde accountability model

DRAFT


Msde accountability model

DRAFT

DRAFT


Table talk

Table Talk


Graduation rate progress

Graduation Rate Progress


10 minute break

10 Minute Break


Msa grad rate needs assessment

MSA & Grad Rate Needs Assessment


Root cause

Root Cause


Msde accountability model

Why?


Discuss

Discuss

The data in your needs assessment tab reveal areas for improvement.

What additional information is needed for your SIT to understand the root causes?


Msde accountability model

2010-11 Performance used to set AMO baseline


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90% rule


Msde accountability model

2011-2012 AMOs – incremental increase from Baseline


Msde accountability model

2010-2011 MSDE –set AMO


Facilitate with team

Facilitate with Team


Needs assessment narrative example

Needs Assessment Narrative Example

After examining the data, it is evident that gaps in reading on MSA are apparent for “All students,” “Black/African American,” and “Hispanic” students. The root causes were identified as:

  • Professional development for all teachers in using differentiated instructional techniques

  • Having high expectations for all students by all teachers

  • Implementation of engaging lessons by all teachers for all students.


Table discussion

Table Discussion

  • Examine your data and gaps

  • Pick MSA or graduation rate data to examine

  • What are possible root causes? What strategies or activities would you suggest?

  • Swap roles

    https://inroads2.hcpss.org/SipApp


10 minute break1

10 Minute Break


Maryland accountability program2

Maryland Accountability Program


Md school progress index

MD School Progress Index


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9-12

MD School Progress Index

PreK-8


Spi calculation es example

SPI Calculation ES Example

% 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)


Spi strand categorization scale

SPI Strand Categorization Scale

School Progress Index


Spi strand categorization

SPI Strand Categorization

  • Strand 1

    • Meet and exceed the academic standards for all students

  • Strand 2

    • Among the top 50% of schools in Maryland

  • Strand 3

    • Increased needs for specific populations, not systemic problems

  • Strand 4

    • Serious needs requiring systemic change

  • Strand 5

    • Lowest achieving schools requiring differentiated services


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