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Accountability data overview. July 2013. Topics. Overview of Progress & Performance Index and Accountability & Assistance Level data Measures Reports Resources and tools. What were the major changes for 2012?.

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topics
Topics

Overview of Progress & Performance Index and Accountability & Assistance Level data

  • Measures
  • Reports
  • Resources and tools

Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

what were the major changes for 2012
What were the major changes for 2012?
  • NCLB goal of 100 percent proficient replaced by new goal of reducing proficiency gaps by half by 2017
  • NCLB accountability status labels replaced by state’s accountability & assistance levels (Levels 1-5)
  • AYP replaced by new performance measure (Progress & Performance Index - PPI) that incorporates student growth, science, & other indicators

Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

state performance targets under nclb
State performance targets under NCLB

Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

what were the major changes for 2012 continued
What were the major changes for 2012? (continued)
  • Data reported for new “high needs” subgroup, an unduplicated count of all students belonging to any of these subgroups: low income, students with disabilities, English language learner/former English language learner
  • School percentile reported, representing school’s overall performance on PPI indicators relative to other schools of the same school type

Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

what are some key ppi concepts
What are some key PPI concepts?
  • The PPI is a measure of progress toward a group’s gap-narrowing goals
    • Annual PPI shows progress over two years
    • Cumulative PPI represents trend over time
  • Core indicators (up to 7)
    • ELA, math, & science proficiency gap narrowing (CPI)
    • ELA & math growth (SGP)
    • Annual dropout rate
    • Cohort graduation rate (4-and 5-year)
  • Extra credit for reducing percentage of students scoring Warning/Failing or increasing percentage of students scoring Advanced (10 percent or more)
  • PPI runs from 0-100: 75 considered to be On Target

Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

annual ppi total points core indicators cumulative ppi 2010 1 2011 2 2012 3 2013 4 10
Annual PPI = total points / # core indicatorsCumulative PPI = (2010*1 + 2011*2 + 2012*3 + 2013*4) / 10

Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

what are some key level concepts
What are some key Level concepts?
  • Schools and districts are classified into a level based on a four-year trend
    • The cumulative PPI for all students and high needs students is used to classify schools into Levels 1 & 2
    • School percentiles (1-99) represent performance relative to other schools of the school type, and are used to determine Level 3 schools (lowest-performing 20 percent per state law)
  • Districts are classified based on the level of lowest-performing school (exception for Board action)

Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

the ppi and the school percentile
The PPI and the school percentile
  • PPI is a criterion-referenced measure of progress
  • Percentiles are relative, and help the state and districts focus supports on low-achieving students in low performing schools
  • Massachusetts uses school types (ES, ESMS, MS, MSHS, HS) to fairly compare the performance of schools serving the same or similar grades and distribute resources equitably
  • Every school’s percentile and PPI tells a different story
    • Schools with lower percentiles but higher PPIs for all student groups are showing improvement over time
    • Schools with higher percentiles but lower PPIs are high performing, but have more work to do to support student success

Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

level 1 school first layer of report
Level 1 school (first layer of report)

Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

level 1 school second layer of report
Level 1 school (second layer of report)

Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

third layer of report
Third layer of report

Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

level 2 school first layer of report
Level 2 school (first layer of report)

Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

level 3 school first layer of report
Level 3 school (first layer of report)

Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

resources and tools
Resources and tools

http://www.doe.mass.edu/apa/accountability

Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

gap halving calculators
Gap-halving calculators

Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

ppi calculator
PPI calculator

Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

district analysis review assistance tools
District analysis, review, & assistance tools

http://www.doe.mass.edu/apa/dart

Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

district analysis review assistance tools1
District analysis, review, & assistance tools

http://profiles.doe.mass.edu/analysis/

Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

questions
Questions?

ESEA@doe.mass.edu | 781-338-3550

http://www.doe.mass.edu/apa/general

Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education