No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

no child left behind nclb adequate yearly progress ayp n.
Download
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP)

play fullscreen
1 / 81
No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP)
126 Views
Download Presentation
cambria
Download Presentation

No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP)

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript

  1. No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) Know the Rules Track Performance Division of Performance Accountability

  2. Purpose • Review current AYP Rules and Calculations • AYP and EDW • AYP and Formative Assessment through The Princeton Review

  3. What schools are included in AYP? • All public schools, including • Charter Schools • Alternative Schools Background Knowledge

  4. What are the groups? • Total • Race/Ethnic Groups • White (W) • Black (B) • Hispanic (H) • Asian (A) • American Indian (I)

  5. What are the groups? • Economically Disadvantaged • Eligible for Free or Reduced-Price Lunch

  6. What are the groups? • English Language Learners (ELL) • LY (currently active in program) and • LF (up to 2 years monitoring after exit from program)

  7. What are the groups? • Students With Disabilities • Students with exceptionality other than gifted

  8. How many students are needed to calculate a groups proficiency? • Greater than or equal to 30 and at least 15% of total school population or • At least 100 students in the subgroup count

  9. What is the Participation Rate Target? 95% Students in Survey 3 (February)

  10. was 58 62 now What is the proficiency rate target? • Students in Survey 2 (October) • and Survey 3 (February)

  11. What is the writing proficiency rate target? • All groups • At least 90% of students earn a score of 3.0 points or greater or 1% improvement from previous year

  12. What is the graduation rate target? • High Schools only • 85% or greater or 1% improvement from previous year

  13. What students are included in AYP? • All students • Students with FCAT scores or Alternate Assessments (SWD only)

  14. What is considered proficient? • FCAT & FAAR

  15. What are the components of the AYP Calculation? • School Grade • Participation Rate • Graduation Rate • Proficiency in • Writing • Reading • Mathematics • Safe Harbor • Growth Model

  16. What are the components of the AYP Calculation? School Grade ParticipationRate Writing &Graduation (HS) Criteria Proficiency Target in both Reading and Math

  17. What are the components of the AYP Calculation? Did each group meet the Writing & Graduation Criteria? Did the schoolreceive aD or F? School Grade ParticipationRate Did the schooltest 95% of everygroup? NO NO YES YES Did the schoolmeet the Writing &Graduation Criteria? Writing &Graduation (HS) Criteria AYP NOT MADE! NO AYP NOT MADE! YES Proficiency Target in both Reading and Math Did each group meet Proficiency Target in both Reading and Math? W&G Did each group notmeeting Safe Harbormeet the Growth Model? Safe Harbor Growth Model Did each group not proficient meet Safe Harbor? NO YES NO NO YES NO YES YES AYP NOT MADE! MADE AYP!

  18. Percent Tested and Proficiency Levels How does it work?

  19. Percent Tested and Proficiency Levels • A school or school district makes AYP if 95% of each group is tested, and • if each group meets the proficiency targets in reading and mathematics, and • if the school-wide writing percent proficient and graduation rate increases.*

  20. AYP Report

  21. AYP Report

  22. FY2007 Data with FY2007 Criteria Pct Tsted

  23. FY2007 Data with FY2007 Criteria Pct Prof.

  24. FY2007 Data with FY2007 Criteria Writing

  25. AYP KWL Handout

  26. SAFE HARBOR How does it work?

  27. Safe Harbor • If group does not meet the proficiency target, but • the % in group below proficiency target reduced by at least 10% from previous year, and • group makes progress in writing proficiency and graduation rate.*

  28. FY2007 Data with FY2007 Criteria Safe Harbor < Grd Lvl: R

  29. FY2007 Data with FY2007 Criteria Safe Harbor < Grd Lvl: M

  30. Safe Harbor Reading 10% of 63 = 7 63-7= 56 10% of 66 = 7 66-7= 59 10% of 56 = 6 56-6= 50 You try next three

  31. Safe Harbor Reading 10% of 63 = 7 63-7= 56 10% of 66 = 7 66-7= 59 10% of 56 = 6 56-6= 50 10% of 62 = 7 62-7= 55 56-6= 50 10% of 56 = 6 10% of 81 = 9 81-9= 72

  32. Safe Harbor Math 10% of 57 = 6 57-6= 51 10% of 53 = 6 53-6= 47 10% of 64 = 7 64-7= 57

  33. Calculating FY2008 Safe Harbor

  34. 42 35 39 40 54 Calculating FY2008 Safe Harbor 38 10% of 43 = 5; 43-5= 38

  35. Calculating FY2008 Safe Harbor

  36. AYP KWL Handout

  37. GROWTH MODEL How does it work?

  38. GROWTH MODEL • If any group does not meet the proficiency and safe harbor requirements, • the percentage of students in that group who are on track to be proficient within three years meet criteria in reading and math, and • that group must also make progress in writing proficiency and graduation rate.*

  39. Who is included in the GROWTH MODEL? • Grades 4-10 • Students in Survey 2 (October) and Survey 3 (February) • Students with prior year FCAT DSS • Grade 3 • Students in Survey 2 (October) and Survey 3 (February) • First Time (no DSS available) • Retained

  40. How is the GROWTH MODEL trajectory determined? • Proficiency within 3 years

  41. How is the GROWTH MODEL trajectory determined? FY 2007 Current Grade

  42. How is the GROWTH MODEL trajectory determined? DSS from FY 2006 (previous year) Base score for trajectory

  43. How is the GROWTH MODEL trajectory determined? Count three years from FY2006 (Base Score) 1 2 3

  44. How is the GROWTH MODEL trajectory determined? Determine the Proficiency Target

  45. How is the GROWTH MODEL trajectory determined? Subtract Proficiency Target from Base Score 1715 -1430 285

  46. How is the GROWTH MODEL trajectory determined? 1715 -1430 285 Divide difference By 3

  47. How is the GROWTH MODEL trajectory determined? Divide difference by 3 285/3 = 95

  48. How is the GROWTH MODEL trajectory determined? Determine Trajectory + 95 = 1525

  49. How is the GROWTH MODEL trajectory determined? Determine Trajectory Year 1 DSS + 95 = 1620 + 95 = 1525

  50. How is the GROWTH MODEL trajectory determined? Determine Trajectory Year 1 DSS + 95 = 1620