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Assessment and Accountability Update Tom Jaggard Social Studies Specialist

Assessment and Accountability Update Tom Jaggard Social Studies Specialist

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  1. Assessment and Accountability Update Tom Jaggard Social Studies Specialist Region Testing Coordinator Education Service Center, Region 2

  2. Did you know?

  3. How hard is STAAR?

  4. Grade 8 Social Studies (US History to 1877) 13th Amendment  Ended Slavery 14th Amendment  Rights of Citizens 15th Amendment  Voting Rights for All Men

  5. Grade 8 Social Studies (US History to 1877) 13th E 14th  R 15th  V

  6. Grade 8 Social Studies (US History to 1877) How well did grade 8 students in Texas perform on this question?

  7. Grade 8 Social Studies (US History to 1877)

  8. Region 2 “Triple-Crown Winners” • CCISD • Baker Middle School • Shaw SES • Windsor Park G/T • Club Estates Elementary School • Faye Webb Elementary School

  9. Region 2 “Triple-Crown Winners” • Gregory-Portland ISD • Clark Elementary School • Port Aransas ISD • Olsen Elementary School • Riviera ISD • Kaufer High School • Nanny Elementary School

  10. Region 2 “Triple-Crown Winners” • Santa Gertrudis ISD • Santa Gertrudis School • Skidmore-Tynan ISD • Skidmore-Tynan Elementary School • St. Mary’s Academy Charter School • St. Mary’s Academy Charter School

  11. Agenda • Legislative Update • HB5 • HB866 • Commissioner’s Proposed Rule Changes • Accountability • 2013 Accountability Reports • Index Framework • System Safeguards • Distinction Designations

  12. Legislative UpdateHB5

  13. Legislative UpdateHB5 • Assessment • Graduation • Accountability

  14. Legislative UpdateHB5 • Assessment • EOC 15% Rule • Eliminated completely • EOCs • Reduced from 15 tests to 5 tests • Eliminated the Cumulative Score* • Eliminated the Minimum Score*

  15. HB3Graduation Requirements To graduate, a student must achieve a Cumulative Score in each content area that is equal to the product of the number of STAAR/EOC assessments taken in the content area times the Satisfactory Academic Performance scale score.

  16. HB5 Graduation Requirements To graduate, a student must achieve Level II – Satisfactory Academic Performance on each of these five EOCs.

  17. Legislative UpdateHB5 • Graduation • Replacing MHSP/RHSP/DAP with Foundation + Endorsements • Applies to entering freshman in 2014-2015

  18. Legislative UpdateHB5 • Graduation • Replacing MHSP/RHSP/DAP with Foundation + Endorsements • Applies to entering freshman in 2014-2015 • In 2014-2015, students enrolled in one of the old plans can choose to switch to the new plan • In 2013-2014, a fourth-year high school student on track to graduate in May, 2014, can graduate under the Foundation Plan if they fall short of earning RHSP/DAP

  19. Legislative UpdateHB5 • Graduation • Replacing MHSP/RHSP/DAP with Foundation + Endorsements • SBOE is holding public hearings this fall to get input regarding the new plans • SBOE will draft rules in November, 2013 to be published for comment • SBOE hopes to finalize these rules at their meeting in January, 2014

  20. Legislative UpdateHB5 • Accountability (effective in 2016-2017) • District Ratings • A-B-C-D-F • Campus Ratings • Exemplary • Recognized • Acceptable • Unacceptable

  21. Legislative UpdateHB5 Table Talk / Reflection Time Questions? Concerns? Next Steps?

  22. Legislative UpdateHB866

  23. Legislative UpdateHB866 • STAAR/3-8 • Allows students to skip math and reading in grades 4, 6, and 7 if they perform well enough (MSASS) on those assessments in grades 3 and 5 MSASS = Minimum Satisfactory Adjusted Scale Score

  24. Legislative UpdateHB866 • STAAR/3-8 • Allows students to skip math and reading in grades 4, 6, and 7 if they perform well enough (MSASS) on those assessments in grades 3 and 5 From HB866 . . . MSASS is a score that, within a three percent margin of error, is predictive that a student achieving that score would achieve satisfactory performance on an assessment instrument in the same subject administered to the student during the following school year.

  25. Legislative UpdateHB866 • STAAR/3-8 • Allows students to skip math and reading in grades 4, 6, and 7 if they perform well enough (MSASS) on those assessments in grades 3 and 5 • Requires a waiver from USDE to implement

  26. Legislative UpdateHB866 • STAAR/3-8 • Allows students to skip math and reading in grades 4, 6, and 7 if they perform well enough (MSASS) on those assessments in grades 3 and 5 • Leaves all other 3-8 tests intact: • Math & Reading in grades 3, 5, & 8 • Writing in grades 4 & 7 • Science in grades 5 & 8 • Social Studies in grade 8

  27. Legislative UpdateHB866 • STAAR/3-8 • Allows students to skip math and reading in grades 4, 6, and 7 if they perform well enough (MSASS) on those assessments in grades 3 and 5 • No change to the 4-hour time limit

  28. Legislative UpdateHB866 Table Talk / Reflection Time Questions? Concerns? Next Steps?

  29. Legislative UpdateCommissioner’s Proposed Rule Changes

  30. Legislative UpdateCommissioner’s Proposed Rule Changes “The following policy changes – which will be proposed and adopted under commissioner of education rules – are designed to assist districts in implementing new requirements under House Bill 5 (HB5), as well as follow established federal requirements, related to the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness.” – TEA Press Release on August 2, 2013