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Michigan Graduating class data- 2013. The condition of college and career readiness. During the data slides…. Jot down key data points. Make note of things that surprised you. Write a ? Next to anything you’d like to look at in terms of data for our school. Turn and Talk….

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Michigan graduating class data 2013

Michigan Graduating class data- 2013

The condition of college and career readiness


During the data slides

During the data slides…

  • Jot down key data points.

  • Make note of things that surprised you.

  • Write a ? Next to anything you’d like to look at in terms of data for our school.


Turn and talk

Turn and Talk…

  • If you recreated this slide and included a bar for your school’s results would you be above or below the State average in:

  • English

  • Reading

  • Math

  • Science

  • All 4 subject areas


Michigan graduating class data 2013

Michigan Graduating Class

% Meeting College Readiness Benchmarks


Continuing the trend line

Continuing the trend line…

We can’t just add the scores for the Class of 2013 to this trend line due to:

  • The 2013 ACT scores include over 9,000 special education students who were given extended time. Although the scores are “ACT reportable” these scores were NOT counted 2008-2012 thus the data is skewed.

  • ACT recalibrates the College Readiness Benchmarks periodically based on the data they collect- the last time this was done was 2006. For 2013- the College Readiness Standard in Reading went up 1 point and in Science is went down 1 point.


Percent of 2013 meeting college readiness benchmarks by race ethnicity and subject

Percent of 2013 Meeting college readiness benchmarks by race/ethnicity and subject


Percent of 2013 meeting college readiness benchmarks by race ethnicity and subject1

Percent of 2013 Meeting college readiness benchmarks by race/ethnicity and subject


Percent of 2013 meeting college readiness benchmarks by race ethnicity and subject2

Percent of 2013 Meeting college readiness benchmarks by race/ethnicity and subject


Percent of 2013 meeting college readiness benchmarks by race ethnicity and subject3

Percent of 2013 Meeting college readiness benchmarks by race/ethnicity and subject


A partner to b partner

“A” Partner to “B” Partner

“A” Partner:

  • A family member asks you, “Tell me about your PD today. How did the Class of 2013 do on the ACT?” Please tell the “B” partner the correct answer

    “B” Partner:

  • A asks you, “How does the Class of 2012 data compare to the Class of 2013?”.

  • Please tell the “A” partner the correct answer


Explore

IMPROVING COURSE RIGOR

MEASURING STUDENT PROGRESS TOWARD READINESS

EXPLORE

8th and 9th grade curriculum-based educational and career planning program

The ACT

11th and 12th grade curriculum-based assessment for learning outcomes

ENGAGE

Middle and high school assessment that measures all factors of academic success

PLAN

10th grade curriculum-based educational and career planning program

QualityCore

Research-driven solutions for strengthening curriculum

SUPPORTING SOLUTIONSPLANNING SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT

Core Practice Audit

Framework for evaluating current practices

CoreWork Diagnostics

Online service to diagnose and improve content and practice areas

EXPLORE

Designed to help 8th and 9th graders explore a broad range of options for their future, EXPLORE is a curriculum-based educational and career planning program that measures achievement in English, math, reading, and science. As an early indicator of college readiness, EXPLORE gives educators the means to structure high school planning and career exploration for students and parents.

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Explore1

EXPLORE

  • Grades 8 and 9

  • Academic Achievement Measures - English, Mathematics, Reading, and Science

  • Plans and Background Information

  • Needs Assessment

  • Total time for tests: 2 hours


Percent of 2012 13 explore tested 8 th graders meeting act s college readiness benchmarks n 102 384

Percent of 2012-13 Explore- tested 8th graders meeting act’s college readiness benchmarks (n=102,384)


Percent of 2012 13 explore tested 8 th graders meeting act s college readiness benchmarks n 102 3841

Percent of 2012-13 Explore- tested 8th graders meeting act’s college readiness benchmarks (n=102,384)


Michigan graduating class data 2013

IMPROVING COURSE RIGOR

MEASURING STUDENT PROGRESS TOWARD READINESS

EXPLORE

8th and 9th grade curriculum-based educational and career planning program

The ACT

11th and 12th grade curriculum-based assessment for learning outcomes

ENGAGE

Middle and high school assessment that measures all factors of academic success

PLAN

10th grade curriculum-based educational and career planning program

QualityCore

Research-driven solutions for strengthening curriculum

SUPPORTING SOLUTIONSPLANNING SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT

Core Practice Audit

Framework for evaluating current practices

CoreWork Diagnostics

Online service to diagnose and improve content and practice areas

PLAN

PLAN helps 10th graders build a solid foundation for future academic and career success. PLAN is a curriculum-based educational and career planning program that measures achievement in English, math, reading, and science. PLAN is designed to help 10th graders build rigorous high school course plans and identify areas of academic need so they can stay on track for college and work success.


Michigan graduating class data 2013

PLAN

  • Grade 10

  • Academic Achievement Measures - English, Mathematics, Reading, and Science

  • Plans and Background Information

  • High School Course/Grade Information

  • Needs Assessment

  • Total time for tests: 1 hour and 55 minutes

  • Educational Opportunity Service (EOS)


Percent of 2012 13 plan tested 10 th graders meeting act s college readiness benchmarks n 109 179

Percent of 2012-13 PLAN-tested 10th graders meeting ACT’s college readiness benchmarks (N=109,179)


Percent of 2012 13 plan tested 10 th graders meeting act s college readiness benchmarks n 109 1791

Percent of 2012-13 PLAN-tested 10th graders meeting ACT’s college readiness benchmarks (N=109,179)


Note to self

Note to self…

  • How do our school’s Explore and Plan pie charts compare to the State averages?

  • How many “bubble” students do you have in each content area? What can be done to ensure that these students will get 2 points more?

  • What can be done to support students who are 3 or more points below college readiness?


Maximizing our data

Maximizing OUR Data

  • Attend one of MASSP’s EPAS workshops to learn how to break down Explore and Plan data to:

    • Identify cohort areas of strength and weakness

    • Remediate curriculum and instruction based on data

    • Identify individual student areas of strength and weakness

    • Develop remediation programs for individual students based on data

    • Identify strategies for school improvement based on data

    • Progress monitor and track success

      NEXT MASSP workshop is on 9/24 in Lansing: http://mymassp.com/EPAS_intro


Michigan graduating class data 2013

Slides created by:

Wendy Zdeb-Roper

Michigan Association of

Secondary School Principals

Executive Director

[email protected]

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