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Credit Recovery Program Update. Education 2020. Who is eligible for E2020? (From OHS Guide to Curriculum). Any student who was previously enrolled but did not earn credit in a course specifically required by the Michigan Merit Curriculum.

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Credit recovery program update

Credit Recovery Program Update

Education 2020


Who is eligible for e2020 from ohs guide to curriculum

Who is eligible for E2020?(From OHS Guide to Curriculum)

  • Any student who was previously enrolled but did not earn credit in a course specifically required by the Michigan Merit Curriculum.

  • Any student who completed make up credit and as a result is out of sequence for a course. For example, a student who does not earn credit in the first semester of Algebra 1 may make up that credit during the second semester, then continue the E2020 Algebra 1 course during the summer in order to enroll in the next course in the math sequence.

  • Any student with an active Individualized Education Plan (IEP) who receives one class period or more of resource per day and seeks enrollment at the Capital Area Career Center (CACC).

  • Students unable to attend the regular school day due to prolonged illness or suspension, with administrative approval.


Fee structure

Fee Structure

  • $100 per semester course

  • $50 per semester course for students who qualify for free/reduced lunch

  • Students who complete their assigned course with a passing grade by the designated end date receive a $25 rebate

  • Students enrolled via administrative approval pay no fee


Grading from ohs guide to curriculum

Grading(From OHS Guide to Curriculum)

  • Grades earned through the E2020 program will be recorded on the transcript as a “G” and will replace the previous grade if applicable. This indicates that credit was earned and has no impact on the cumulative grade point average, other than the removal of the failing grade.

  • Students enrolled via administrative approval may receive a letter grade if desired


Summer 2009

Summer 2009

  • Session 1: June 15-July 2, 2009

  • Monday-Thursday

  • Block A: 8:00-10:00 a.m.

  • Block B: 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

  • Session 2: July 6-23

  • Monday –Thursday

  • Block A: 8:00-10:00 a.m.

  • Block B: 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.


Summer 20091

Summer 2009

Overall, the program was determined a success. Certainly, it is hoped that the passing rate will increase, but bear in mind that in this subset of students a passing rate of 71% is a dramatic improvement over a passing rate of 0%.


Back in the fold

Back in the Fold

  • Examined performance of 43 students enrolled in 48 OHS classes of the same subject for which the student had been enrolled in E2020. Eighty five percent (85%) earned a passing grade for semester one.

Thirty nine (39) students enrolled in the next OHS course in sequence. Thirty three (33) of these students earned a passing grade for the first semester in those courses (85%).


Student performance english

Student Performance-English

The following charts represent first semester performance in OHS classes for all students, including students previously enrolled in an E2020 course in the same subject. Classes with only one E2020 student are not listed.


Student performance math

Student Performance-Math


Student performance science

Student Performance-Science


Student performance social studies

Student Performance-Social Studies


Teacher survey

Teacher Survey

  • Forty eight surveys emailed to teachers

  • Thirty eight surveys returned (20 from adaptive courses)

  • Five topics:

    • Understanding of material

    • Attend to lecture

    • Performance on tests and quizzes

    • Perceived social and economic challenges

    • Perceived support


Understanding of material

Understanding of Material

  • “Compared to other students in my course, this student . . .”

    • A. Understood the material better than other students (13%)

    • B. Understood the material to about the same degree as others (45%)

    • C. Lacked understanding of material (42%)


Attending to lecture

Attending to Lecture

  • “Compared to other students in my course, this student attended to the lecture . . .”

    • A. Better than other students (16%)

    • B. In about the same way as other students (34%)

    • C. Did not attend to lecture as well as other students (50%)


Tests and quizzes

Tests and Quizzes

  • “Compared to other students in my course, this student . . .”

    • A. Scored better on tests and quizzes than other students (11%)

    • B. Scored about the same as other students (42%)

    • C. Scored worse than other students (47%)


Social and economic challenges

Social and economic challenges

  • “Compared to other students in my course, this student . . . “

    • A. Faces fewer social and economic challenges than other students (11%)

    • B. Faces about the same social and economic challenges as other students (50%)

    • C. Faces more social and economic challenges than other students (39%)


Outside support parental oversight tutoring etc

Outside support (parental oversight, tutoring, etc.)

  • “Compared to other students in my course, this student . . .”

    • A. Seemed to have more outside support (18%)

    • B. Seemed to have about the same level of outside support (39%)

    • C. Seemed to have less outside support (43%)


Who are our e2020 students

Who Are Our E2020 Students?

  • Appear to have the same or less understanding of the material compared to other students.

  • Do not attend to lecture as well as other students.

  • Score about the same or worse on tests and quizzes as other students.

  • Face about the same or more social and economic challenges as other students.

  • Seem to have about the same or less outside support as other students.


Semester one after school program

Semester One After School Program

  • Began October 5, 2009 and ran through January 29, 2010.

  • Started Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.

  • Fridays were eliminated due to lack of attendance.

  • Approximately twelve students enrolled

  • Only three completed their course and earned credit


Semester two after school program

Semester Two After School Program

  • After semester one grades were finalized, a letter regarding the program was sent to any student who had failed a core class.

  • Counselor and resource teacher contact

  • Sessions began Feb. 8

  • Running Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 2:45-3:45 p.m.

  • During the first week, 11 students worked on E2020 courses

  • New students continue to be added to the program


What is next for e2020

What is Next for E2020?

  • We will compare semester one and semester two attendance and course completion.

  • We will set dates and fees for the summer program.

  • May seek review of E2020 course structure by OHS teachers.

  • Looking for a teacher interested in piloting unit recovery rather than credit recovery with a student.


Questions

Questions?


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