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2012 STAAR Results and AYP Status. Presented by Pebble Hills Administration. Background Information. No Texas accountability rating in 2012, Texas did not participate in writing a waiver to the federal government for AYP exemption in 2012,

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2012 staar results and ayp status

2012 STAAR Results and AYP Status

Presented by

Pebble Hills Administration

background information
Background Information
  • No Texas accountability rating in 2012,
  • Texas did not participate in writing a waiver to the federal government for AYP exemption in 2012,
  • Though no Texas schools were given a rating this year by the state, the federal government did continue with AYP standards for public schools,
  • In order to meet federal AYP standards, scores for STAAR were based on the “Bridge Study” created by TEA,
bridge study
Bridge Study
  • Basically, a formula created by TEA to address AYP for 2012,
  • Uses TAKS scores from a school’s last TAKS year and compares to the results from STAAR 2012,
  • Based on this formula, schools either met or did not meet AYP,
  • Rumor is that this equates to a standard of about 35-40% correct on each of the assessments to achieve passing standard.
some observations reading
Some Observations- Reading
  • Several students did not finish the test,
  • Several students struggled with the “stamina” required by the test,
  • Most students used their strategies,
  • Some students may have “over-strategized,”
  • Several students showed a great deal of “frustration with the test,
  • Students felt that the math test was easier!
some observations math
Some Observations- Math
  • Several students did not finish the test,
  • Several students struggled with the “rigor” of the test questions,
  • Most students used their strategies,
  • Several students did not use their Math Charts,
  • Several students did not correctly use their grid paper,
  • Students struggled with format of problems!
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