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  1. Edgewood ISD Academic Leadership Team Academy August 12 – 13, 2013

  2. Describe Yourself Through Pictures

  3. Edgewood ISD Understanding the new accountability system and the application Anna Nieto August 12, 2013

  4. A Solid Foundation with a World-Class Education

  5. 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?

  6. 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

  7. Notes Packet • Structured Notes Packet • Information to Develop Understanding • Process • Reflections

  8. Assessment

  9. Accountability System

  10. Ratings

  11. Edgewood • 31 • 57 • 59 • 84 What does it mean?

  12. 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

  13. Accountability • TEA Resources • 2013 Accountability Manual • 2013 Accountability System Frequently Asked Questions • Technical Digest and Reports • Reports • Accountability Reports • Performance Reports • Snapshots

  14. 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

  15. Accountability • Four Reports • Accountability Summary • Index Calculation and Data Tables Report • System Safeguards • Distinction Designation Summary Walk the Documents

  16. Types of Reports

  17. Types of Reports • Index Calculation and Data Tables Reports • System Safeguards Reports • Distinction Designations Report • Accountability Summary Report

  18. Index Calculation and Data Tables Report • Calculation for each Index • Data Table for all students, each content, ethnicities, and populations Heart of the Reports

  19. 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

  20. 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

  21. Accountability Summary Report • Rating • Performance Index Report • Performance Index Summary • System Safeguards

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

  23. 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

  24. 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

  25. Perceptions • Compare responses at your campus table • Discuss why you responded as you did

  26. 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

  27. Perceptions • What is easier to change – urgency or efficacy? • Why is this important? • What can you address? • How can you address it?

  28. Develop Understanding Work session

  29. Accountability • Index Framework • Student Achievement • Student Progress • Closing Performance Gaps • Postsecondary Readiness

  30. Indices • Index Framework • Index 1 Student Achievement • Index 2 Student Progress • Index 3 Closing Performance Gaps • Index 4 Postsecondary Readiness

  31. Purpose of the Index • Why are there four indices? • What is the purpose of each?

  32. Experts in Accountability

  33. 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?

  34. 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

  35. Manual Pages • Index 1 • Student Achievement • Pages 15, 16, 21, 22, 23, 24 • Index 2 • Student Progress • Pages 16, 17, 24, 25, 26

  36. 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

  37. 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?

  38. 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

  39. 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?

  40. Index Review • What would a campus have to do to be successful with each of the indices?

  41. Edgewood ISD Data Examine as a group

  42. 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

  43. Reports Available • Index Calculation and Data Table Report • System Safeguards • Distinction Designations • Accountability Summary

  44. Index Calculation and Data Table Report

  45. Edgewood ISD Data • Calculation Report • Information as to how each Index was calculated • Walk through the document • Continue note page • Use a calculator

  46. Index Calculation and Data Table Report • Understand • Four reports • 1 = 3

  47. 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

  48. Index 1 Student Achievement

  49. 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

  50. 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