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Edgewood ISD. Academic Leadership Team Academy August 12 – 13, 2013. Describe Yourself Through Pictures . Edgewood ISD. Understanding the new accountability system and the application Anna Nieto August 12, 2013. A Solid Foundation with a World-Class Education. Agenda for the Session.

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edgewood isd

Edgewood ISD

Academic Leadership Team Academy

August 12 – 13, 2013

edgewood isd1

Edgewood ISD

Understanding the new accountability system and the application

Anna Nieto

August 12, 2013

agenda for the session
Agenda for the Session
  • Accountability System
  • Understanding the Reports
  • Application to the System
  • My Campus
  • What Must Change?
  • How Will We Share with Our Staff?
norms for the session
Norms for the Session
  • Participate
    • Share, Discuss, Plan
  • Stay on task
  • Learn and use new vocabulary
  • Be Prepared to Replicate
    • Retreat
  • Questions
    • Ask Me
  • Parking Lot
    • Related Questions
  • Use Thinking Maps
  • Phones off and out of the way
    • Campus may call Emma Frey secretaries if there is an emergency
  • Group Breaks
notes packet
Notes Packet
  • Structured Notes Packet
    • Information to Develop Understanding
    • Process
    • Reflections
edgewood
Edgewood
  • 31
  • 57
  • 59
  • 84

What does it mean?

edgewood ratings
Edgewood Ratings
  • Numbers in a system mean nothing without an anchor.
  • Understand the system
    • Component
    • Impact
    • Multitude of methods to measure performance
    • Safeguards
    • Diversity
    • Coordination
  • How is it derived
  • What must be done to increase scores
accountability
Accountability
  • TEA Resources
  • 2013 Accountability Manual
  • 2013 Accountability System Frequently Asked Questions
  • Technical Digest and Reports
  • Reports
  • Accountability Reports
  • Performance Reports
  • Snapshots
accountability1
Accountability
  • State and Federal
  • Ratings
    • Met Standard
    • Improvement Required
    • Not Rated
    • Not Rated: Data Integrity Issues
  • Index Framework
    • Student Achievement
    • Student Progress
    • Closing Performance Gaps
    • Postsecondary Readiness
accountability2
Accountability
  • Four Reports
    • Accountability Summary
    • Index Calculation and Data Tables Report
    • System Safeguards
    • Distinction Designation Summary

Walk the Documents

types of reports1
Types of Reports
  • Index Calculation and Data Tables Reports
  • System Safeguards Reports
  • Distinction Designations Report
  • Accountability Summary Report
index calculation and data tables report
Index Calculation and Data Tables Report
  • Calculation for each Index
  • Data Table for all students, each content, ethnicities, and populations

Heart of the Reports

system safeguards report
System Safeguards Report
  • Poor performance in one area may not result in Required Improvement
    • Disaggregated performance
    • Address performance
    • Poor performance not masked
    • Meet additional federal requirements
    • School Improvement
    • TAIS
distinction designations reports
Distinction Designations Reports
  • Met Standard
  • Comparison Groups
  • Top 25% Student Progress
  • Academic Achievement in Reading/Language Arts
  • Academic Achievement in Mathematics
  • Eligible if Rating is Met Standard
accountability summary report
Accountability Summary Report
  • Rating
  • Performance Index Report
  • Performance Index Summary
  • System Safeguards
perceptions
Perceptions

immediate or intuitive recognition or appreciation, as of moral, psychological, or aesthetic qualities; insight; intuition; discernment

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High Sense of Urgency

Efficacy – Belief in having the skills, tools, resources to accomplish the intended results

Urgency – Internal or external pressure to get better results

High Sense of Efficacy

Low Sense of Efficacy

Low Sense of Urgency

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Urgency – Internal or external pressure to get better results

Efficacy – Belief in having the skills, tools, resources to accomplish the intended results

Mark a star where you are

High Sense of Urgency

Mark a star where your teachers are

High Sense of Efficacy

Low Sense of Efficacy

Low Sense of Urgency

perceptions1
Perceptions
  • Compare responses at your campus table
  • Discuss why you responded as you did
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High Sense of Urgency

DESPAIR

People

Are in crisis

Don’t believe they can make a difference

Blame others, give up

Buy stuff

CHANGE

People

See need to change

Feel they have the tools

Significant improvement is possible with leadership

High Sense of Efficacy

Low Sense of Efficacy

STATUS QUO

People

Don’t perceive a need to do anything

This too shall pass

We’re doing the best we can

CHANCE

People

Don’t see a need to change

Staff is skilled and believe they make a difference

Low Sense of Urgency

perceptions2
Perceptions
  • What is easier to change – urgency or efficacy?
    • Why is this important?
    • What can you address?
    • How can you address it?
accountability3
Accountability
  • Index Framework
    • Student Achievement
    • Student Progress
    • Closing Performance Gaps
    • Postsecondary Readiness
indices
Indices
  • Index Framework
    • Index 1 Student Achievement
    • Index 2 Student Progress
    • Index 3 Closing Performance Gaps
    • Index 4 Postsecondary Readiness
purpose of the index
Purpose of the Index
  • Why are there four indices?
  • What is the purpose of each?
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Task
  • Divide your campus table into four groups.

This is your Index

Additional Groups

Career Academy – Join each High School

DAEP – Join each Middle School

Burleson – Join Las Palmas

Cardenas – Join Roosevelt

Stafford – Join Stafford

District – Divide the sections

Why?

campus folder materials
Campus Folder Materials
  • Jigsaw Activity
    • Pages of the Accountability Manual
    • Master Copy – Leave it!
  • Separate the pages according to the Index
    • Multiple sets for the overlap pages
  • Determine who should have the intro pages
manual pages
Manual Pages
  • Index 1
  • Student Achievement
  • Pages 15, 16, 21, 22, 23, 24
  • Index 2
  • Student Progress
  • Pages 16, 17, 24, 25, 26
manual pages1
Manual Pages
  • Index 3
  • Closing Performance Gaps
  • Pages 17, 18, 26, 27, 28
  • Index 4
  • Postsecondary Readiness
  • Pages 18, 19, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32
your task
Your Task
  • Develop an understanding of your assigned Index!
  • What is the Index?
  • What does it measure?
  • How is the measure calculated?
  • Why is it important to measure this index?
your task1
Your Task
  • Read and develop an understanding of your section.
    • Five minutes
    • Highlight, Take Notes
  • Meet with your same index group
    • All Levels
  • Discuss and record the components of your index
    • Bullet points
  • Make certain your address the questions
    • Chart – Post
    • Note Packet

15 Minutes to Work!

Everyone in the group must be prepared to share

index understanding
Index Understanding
  • Return to your campus station
  • Share information
  • Note Taking Packet
  • Does your staff need to know this information?
    • How will you share it?
index review
Index Review
  • What would a campus have to do to be successful with each of the indices?
edgewood isd data
Edgewood ISD Data

Examine as a group

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Edgewood ISD Data
  • Reports
  • Process
    • Develop understanding by reviewing the Edgewood ISD report for each report
    • Examine and report
    • Review your campus data
    • Post your findings
reports available
Reports Available
  • Index Calculation and Data Table Report
  • System Safeguards
  • Distinction Designations
  • Accountability Summary
edgewood isd data2
Edgewood ISD Data
  • Calculation Report
    • Information as to how each Index was calculated
    • Walk through the document
    • Continue note page
    • Use a calculator
index calculation and data table report1
Index Calculation and Data Table Report
  • Understand
    • Four reports
      • 1 =

3

edgewood isd data3
Edgewood ISD Data

Calculation Report

Targets

Index 1

50

Index 2

Elementary 30

Middle School 29

High School 17

District 21

Index 3

55

Index 4

75

  • Index 1
    • Page 1 = Calculation (Summary of the Tables)
    • Pages 2 & 3 = Data Table for the Index (Highlighted = used for the calculation)
  • Index 2
    • Page 4 =Calculation
    • Pages 5 & 6 = Data Table
  • Index 3
    • Page 7 & 8 = Calculation
    • Pages 9 & 10 = Data Table
  • Index 4
    • Page 11 = Calculation
    • Page 12 = Data Table
index 1
Index 1

Student Achievement

index calculation and data table report2
Index Calculation and Data Table Report
  • Calculation
  • Page 1 – Index 1
  • Total Tests Met (Phase-in 1 Level II or higher)
  • Total Tests
  • %Met - Do the calculation
  • Index Points
  • Target
    • Check mark if met
    • Circle if not met

Continue to take notes on your Note Page

index calculation and data table report3
Index Calculation and Data Table Report
  • Data Tables – Page 2 – Index 1
  • Relate to Page 1
    • Match
  • Total Tests = Group Size (minimum of 25)
    • Look at the contents
    • Underline every Group Size/Total Tests greater than 25

Continue to take notes on your Note Page

index calculation and data table report4
Index Calculation and Data Table Report
  • Page 2 – Index 1
  • Continue to examine
  • Was the population at the target?
    • Look at the contents
    • Record a checkmark for every group greater or equal to the target

Continue to take notes on your Note Page

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Index Calculation and Data Table Report
  • Page 2 and 3 – Index 1
  • Continue to examine each content
  • Follow the same procedure
    • Underline the groups that meet minimum size
    • Check the groups that met the target

Continue to take notes on your Note Page

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Index Calculation and Data Table Report
  • Page 2 and 3 – Index 1
  • One last point
    • Circle the groups that did not meet the target
  • Complete for each content

Continue to take notes on your Note Page

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Index Calculation and Data Table Report
  • Summarize the District results for Index 1
    • Groups meeting minimum size
    • Groups met standard
    • Groups not meeting standard
  • What does this mean?
  • What do we do?

Record on your Edgewood Reflections Page

index calculation and data table report8
Index Calculation and Data Table Report
  • Review the data for your campus for Index 1
  • Underline Minimum Size Groups
  • Check mark the groups that met the target
  • Circle the groups not met

Campus Reports

Record on your Campus Reflections Page

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Index Calculation and Data Table Report
  • Review the data for your campus for Index 1
  • Chart Paper for your campus – Use for all 4 Indices
    • Record strengths
    • Record needs
  • Examine as a District

Campus Reports

student expectation difficulties
Student Expectation Difficulties
  • What causes them?
  • How do we address?
student expectation difficulties1
Student Expectation Difficulties
  • How does this change instruction?
table talk
Table Talk

What do you commit to doing differently?

index 2
Index 2

Student Progress

index calculation and data table report10
Index Calculation and Data Table Report

Calculation - PROGRESS

  • Page 4– Index 2
  • Experts????
  • Weighted
    • Maximum Points
      • Where did that number come from? Why is it different? Index 2 Score??????

Continue to take notes on your Note Page for Index 2

Edgewood Data

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Index Calculation and Data Table Report

Calculations Pages 5

  • Review the Reading
  • Weighted
    • Which groups are included? Why?
    • How are points earned?
    • Which group made the most progress?

Continue to take notes on your Note Page for Index 2

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Index Calculation and Data Table Report

Data Table Page 6

  • Match the Reading
  • Use the process that we used for Index 1 for Group Size
    • Which groups are included? Why?
    • How are points earned?
    • How many points are the maximum for each group?

Continue to take notes on your Note Page for Index 2

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Index Calculation and Data Table Report

Data Table Page 6

  • The Target
    • District = 21
    • Elementary = 30
    • Middle School = 29
    • High School = 17

Continue to take notes on your Note Page for Index 2

Place a check mark by the groups that met the standard. But listen!!!!!

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Index Calculation and Data Table Report

Data Table Page 6

  • The Target
    • District = 21
    • Elementary = 30
    • Middle School = 29
    • High School = 17

Place a check mark by the groups that met the standard. Complete the Math and Writing

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Index Calculation and Data Table Report
  • Summarize the District results for Index 2
    • Groups meeting minimum size
    • Groups met standard
    • Groups not meeting standard
  • What does this mean?
  • What do we need to change?
  • What might cause a campus to NOT meet this index?

Record on your Edgewood Reflections Page

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Index Calculation and Data Table Report
  • Review the data for your campus
  • Underline Minimum Size Groups
  • Check mark the groups that met the target
  • Circle the groups not met

Campus Reports

Record on your Campus Reflections Page

index calculation and data table report17
Index Calculation and Data Table Report
  • Review the data for your campus for Index 2
  • Chart Paper for your campus – Use for all 4 Indices
    • Record strengths
    • Record needs
  • Examine as a District

Campus Reports

improve index 21
Improve Index 2
  • How Does Your Campus Implement What We Have?
improve index 24
Improve Index 2
  • Purpose of the WAR Area
    • Value Added System
  • Student Conferences
    • Establish Goals
    • Successful Students
table talk1
Table Talk

What do you commit to doing differently?

index 3
Index 3

Closing Performance Gaps

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Index Calculation and Data Table Report

Continue to take notes on your Note Page for Index 3

Closing Performance Gaps

  • Page 7– Index 3
  • Experts???? – What is different about the groups measured?
  • Why are these populations addressed?
    • Maximum Points
      • Where did that number come from? Why is it different? Index 3 Target is 55.

Edgewood

Did EISD meet?

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Index Calculation and Data Table Report
  • Page 7 & 8– Index 3
    • Continue the calculations
  • Examine the populations closely
    • Pages 9 & 10

Continue to take notes on your Note Page for Index 3

Did EISD meet?

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Index Calculation and Data Table Report
  • Page 7 & 8– Index 3
    • Continue the calculations
  • Examine the populations closely
    • Pages 9 & 10

Continue to take notes on your Note Page for Index 3

Complete the Math, Writing, Science, and Social Studies

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Index Calculation and Data Table Report
  • Summarize the District results for Index 3
    • Groups meeting minimum size
    • Groups met standard
    • Groups not meeting standard
  • What does this mean?
  • What do we need to change?
  • What might cause a campus to NOT meet this index?

Record on your Edgewood Reflections Page

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Index Calculation and Data Table Report
  • Review the data for your campus
  • Underline Minimum Size Groups
  • Check mark the groups that met the target
  • Circle the groups not met

Campus Reports

Record on your Campus Reflections Page

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Index Calculation and Data Table Report
  • Review the data for your campus for Index 3
  • Chart Paper for your campus – Use for all 4 Indices
    • Record strengths
    • Record needs
  • Examine as a District

Campus Reports

improve index 3
Improve Index 3
  • Change Instruction
  • to
  • STAAR Instruction
slide87

Reading Look Fors:

  • Use context to determine or clarify the meaning of words
  • Make inferences/use textual evidence
  • Summarize, paraphrase and synthesize texts
  • Make connections between texts
slide88

Writing Look Fors:

  • Revise
  • Write to a prompt while maintaining a focus
  • Clear thesis
  • Writing across contents
slide89

Math Look Fors:

  • Math in everyday situations
  • Use a problem solving model
  • Select/develop a problem solving strategy
  • Use mathematical tools
  • Communicate mathematical ideas
  • Make generalizations, conjectures and justify thinking
slide90

Science Look Fors:

  • Analyze information
  • Interpret information
  • Make inferences
  • Communicate valid conclusions
  • Use scientific tools and instruments
  • Use models to represent
slide91

Social Studies Look Fors:

  • Sequencing, categorizing, cause/effect, inference
  • Organize, analyze and interpret information
  • Use primary and secondary resources
table talk2
Table Talk

What do you commit to doing differently?

index 4
Index 4

Post Secondary Readiness

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Index Calculation and Data Table Report

Continue to take notes on your Note Page for Index 4

Post Secondary Readiness

  • Page 11 – Index 4
  • Experts???? Target?
  • What are the options here?

Did EISD meet?

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Index Calculation and Data Table Report

Continue to take notes on your Note Page for Index 4

Post Secondary Readiness

  • Graduation Calculation
  • Underline groups
  • Check if met

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Index Calculation and Data Table Report

Continue to take notes on your Note Page for Index 4

Post Secondary Readiness

  • Page 11 – Index 4
  • RHSP/DAP Added to Graduation Rate for points
    • What is the impact of these indicators?
    • What problems can be noted?
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Index Calculation and Data Table Report
  • Elementary and Middle Schools
    • Groups meeting minimum size
    • Groups met standard
    • Groups not meeting standard
  • Concerns
  • High Schools

Campus Reports

Record on your Edgewood Reflections Page

2014 = Final Level II

improve index 4
Improve Index 4
  • Prepared Students
improve index 41
Improve Index 4
  • Cannot Wait until High School
  • Grade 3 Reading Level III
  • Grade 4 Writing Level III
  • Grade 5 Math Level III
  • Grade 7 Writing Level III
  • Grade 8 Reading Level III
  • Grade 8 Algebra I Participation
  • Grade 8 Algebra I Level III
table talk3
Table Talk

What do you commit to doing differently?

reports available1
Reports Available
  • Index Calculation and Data Table Report
  • System Safeguards
  • Distinction Designations
  • Accountability Summary
system safeguards1
System Safeguards
  • Poor performance in one subject or grade level or student group does not result in Improvement Required rating.
  • Disaggregated data is reported
  • Campuses are responsible for addressing performance for each subject and each student group
  • Method to meet federal accountability
  • Any group with 25 or more tests is evaluated
  • Includes targets for caps
system safeguards2
System Safeguards
  • Disaggregated performance
  • Ensure poor performance not masked
  • Meet the target
  • Federal Components
    • Participation
    • CAP
  • Texas Accountability Intervention System (TAIS)
  • Additional Information on Improvement Requirements
    • Interventions Forthcoming
system safeguards3
System Safeguards
  • Review the System Safeguard Report For Edgewood
    • Compare the Student Achievement Calculation/Data Tables
    • Review contents on pages 2 and 3
    • Does it match?

Group Size

system safeguards4
System Safeguards

Failure to meet the safeguard target for any reported cell is addressed through TAIS.

Manual Page 69

system safeguards5
System Safeguards
  • At your table determine which indicators were not met by the District.
  • What areas require the greatest improvement for the District?
            • Select Two
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System Safeguards
  • Review the System Safeguard Report For Campus
    • Compare the Student Achievement Calculation/Data Tables
    • Review contents on pages 2 and 3
    • Does it match?
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System Safeguards
  • Review the System Safeguards for your campus
  • How many System Safeguards does your campus need to meet?
  • Which category has the most indicators for your campus?
  • Did your campus meet all indicators?
  • What indicators require improvement?
  • Can a campus meet all System Safeguards and still be designated as Improvement Needed?
system safeguards8
System Safeguards
  • How many indicators is the District responsible for?
  • Why?
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System Safeguards
  • Results reported for any cell that meets minimum size
  • Failure to meet the target
    • Address in the CIP or DIP
    • Texas Accountability Intervention System
      • Incorporate into improvement efforts
      • Based on performance
      • Current year state accountability
reports available2
Reports Available
  • Index Calculation and Data Table Report
  • System Safeguards
  • Distinction Designations
  • Accountability Summary
acknowledgements
Acknowledgements

TAKS System

STAAR System

Distinction Designation

Academic Achievement in Reading/ELA

Academic achievement in Mathematics

Top 25% Student Progress

Campus Level ONLY

  • Gold Performance Award
distinction designation
Distinction Designation
  • Campus Comparison Groups
    • Type
    • Size
    • Economically Disadvantaged
    • Mobility
    • ELLs
distinction designation1
Distinction Designation
  • Campus Comparison Groups – 40 Schools
  • AADD
    • Academic Achievement in Reading/ELA
    • Academic achievement in Mathematics
  • Top quartile for the group (?)
  • Elementary and Middle Schools = 50% minimum
  • High Schools = 33%
  • Student Progress
    • Top 25%
distinction designation4
Distinction Designation
  • Campus Comparison Groups
    • Top 25% Student Progress
      • What does that mean?
distinction designation5
Distinction Designation
  • Review the report for your campus
  • What are the strengths?
  • What can you build upon?
  • If the rating is Improvement Required can you earn a Distinction Designation?
final components to examine
Final Components to Examine

Three reports down one to go

reports available3
Reports Available
  • Index Calculation and Data Table Report
  • System Safeguards
  • Distinction Designations
  • Accountability Summary
accountability summary1
Accountability Summary
  • Rating
  • Summarizes the Index Calculation and Data table Report, System Safeguard
reports available4
Reports Available
  • Index Calculation and Data Table Report
  • System Safeguards
  • Distinction Designations
  • Accountability Summary
edgewood isd data4
Edgewood ISD Data

Met Standard

Stage 2 Year 2

Met 32 out of 51 System Safeguards

kennedy high school data
Kennedy High School Data

Met Standard

Met 26 out of 39 System Safeguards

memorial high school data
Memorial High School Data

Improvement Required

Stage 1

Met 25 out of 39 System Safeguards

brentwood data
Brentwood Data

Met Standard

Stage 2 Year 2

Met 21 out of 33 System Safeguards

gus garcia data
Gus Garcia Data

Improvement Required

Stage 3

Met 23 out of 32 System Safeguards

wrenn data
Wrenn Data

Met Standard

Stage 2 Year 2

Met 28 out of 34 System Safeguards

cisneros data
Cisneros Data

Met Standard

Stage 1 Year 2

Met 19 out of 23 System Safeguards

gardendale data
Gardendale Data

Met Standard

Stage 1 Year 2

Met 22 out of 22 System Safeguards

Top 25% Student Progress

hb gonzalez data
HB Gonzalez Data

Met 17 out of 22 System Safeguards

Improvement Required

Stage 2

lb johnson data
LB Johnson Data

Met 22 out of 22 System Safeguards

Met Standard

Academic Achievement in Reading/ELA

las palmas data
Las Palmas Data

Improvement Required

Stage 1

Met 25 out of 27 System Safeguards

loma park data
Loma Park Data

Met Standard

Met 27 out of 27 System Safeguards

Top 25% Student Progress

perales data
Perales Data

Met Standard

Met 21 out of 24 System Safeguards

roosevelt data
Roosevelt Data

Met Standard

Met 27 out of 27 System Safeguards

stafford data
Stafford Data

Met 27 out of 27 System Safeguards

Met Standard

Academic Achievement in Reading/ELA

Academic Achievement in Math

winston data
Winston Data

Improvement Required

Stage 2

Met 22 out of 22 System Safeguards

stafford early childhood center
Stafford Early Childhood Center

Paired with Stafford

Met Standard

cardenas early childhood center
Cardenas Early Childhood Center

Paired with Roosevelt

Met Standard

burleson early childhood center
Burleson Early Childhood Center

Improvement Required

Stage 1

Paired with Las Palmas

campus index differences
Campus Index Differences

Similarities

Strengths

state comparisons
State Comparisons
  • Statewide Results
  • 84.2% Met Standard
  • 6.1% Improvement Required
  • Edgewood Results
  • 66.7% Met Standard
  • 33.3% Improvement Required
not done with data
Not Done with Data
  • AP
  • SAT/ACT
  • TALA
  • mSTAAR Universal Screener
  • TELPAS
  • TPRI/Tejas LEE
  • Fontas & Pinnell
  • mClass
  • Attendance
  • Substitutes
  • Discipline
  • CBAs
  • Etc.

Campus Analysis Required

changes for 2013 2014
Changes for 2013 - 2014
  • Standards remain at Phase In Level I
  • Statistical Equating
  • Last year of Modified Assessments
  • Index Changes

Work Harder Year

Work Effectively Year

tea information
TEA Information
  • August 9, 2013

TO THE ADMINISTRATOR ADDRESSED:

  • SUBJECT:            Implementation of Title I School Improvement Program (SIP) interventions for the 2013-2014 school year.
  • SIP requirements not required prior to the start of school year 2013-2014:
  • 20% District Reservation for School Choice, 1% for Parent Outreach and Supplemental Educational Services (SES)
  • 10% Campus Reservation for High-quality Professional Development
  • School Choice Parent Notification Letter
  • SES Parent Notification Letter and Packets
tea information1
TEA Information
  • What does it mean?
  • One System
  • Federal Program Directors
synthesis
Synthesis
  • Why do you need to know the System?
  • Do your teachers need to know it?
  • How will you share it?
  • How is the perception work related to knowing the Accountability System?
next steps
Next Steps
  • Use the information
  • Communicate
  • Campus Visits