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Preliminary 2005 ISAT & IMAGE Data. U-46 School Board Monday, August 1, 2005 Assessment in the Service of Student Learning Ed DeYoung Ext.5382. Celebration of Progress!! (1). Two schools, Channing and Hilcrest, made AYP for the 2 nd year in a row: FREE of SANCTIONS!

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preliminary 2005 isat image data

Preliminary 2005 ISAT & IMAGE Data

U-46 School Board

Monday, August 1, 2005

Assessment in the Service of Student Learning

Ed DeYoung

Ext.5382

celebration of progress 1
Celebration of Progress!! (1)
  • Two schools, Channing and Hilcrest, made AYP for the 2nd year in a row: FREE of SANCTIONS!
  • Dramatic reduction in # of schools not making AYP
    • In 2004, 14 elementary schools did not make AYP
    • In 2005, 7 elementary schools did not make AYP
celebration of progress 2
Celebration of Progress!! (2)
  • Dramatic increase in # of schools with potential to be FREE of SANCTIONS in 2006
    • In 2004, 2 schools “in action” made AYP
    • In 2005, 5 schools ‘in action” made AYP, in addition to Channing & Hilcrest.
  • Dramatic reduction in # of schools in danger of entering the “sanction zone”
    • In 2004, 6 ‘new’ schools did not make AYP
    • In 2005, 2 ‘new’ schools did not make AYP
celebration of progress 3
Celebration of Progress!! (3)
  • Dramatic increase in reading in middle schools
    • In 2004, 1 of 7 schools made AYP in all reading areas
    • In 2005, 7 of 8 schools made AYP in all reading areas
  • Huff made AYP in 2005
  • More students in every group at Garfield were successful in 2005 than did in 2004
factors influencing 2005 ayp status
Factors Influencing 2005 AYP Status
  • Increase in standard to 47.5% from 40% in 2004
  • District interventions
  • Changes in procedures to determine 2005 AYP
  • IMPACT of the above:
    • Many subgroups in schools that did not make AYP would have if standard had not increased to 47.5%
    • Making AYP was often a function of the combination of interventions and procedure changes.
2005 ayp computation procedure changes
2005 AYP Computation Procedure changes
  • Subgroup size increases to 45 from 40
  • “Confidence band” set at 95% - which will vary with subgroup size
  • IMAGE scale score needed to “pass” changed to provide parity with ISAT
image ell students es
IMAGE: ELL students (ES)

In 2005, 4th grade did not take IMAGE

In 2005, 4th grade did not IMAGE

In 2002-2004, 3rd, 4th, & 5th grade took IMAGE

J. Ridenour

J. Ridenour

image ell students ms
IMAGE: ELL students (MS)

In 2005, 7th grade did not take IMAGE

In 2002-2004, 7th & 8th grade took IMAGE

J. Ridenour

J. Ridenour

the opportunity and caution
The Opportunity and Caution
  • 2004-05 was one step in the journey
  • In 2005-06:
    • Group sizes will double
    • The standard remains the same @ 47.5%
    • “Potential” to move five schools to be FREE of SANCTIONS
      • Takes two years of not making AYP to be required to provide extra services
      • Once required to provide extra services, takes two years to be freed of that obligation.
  • Diagnostic work for 2005-06 continues for students in all schools