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Curriculum and Assessment Updates. August 7, 2014. Objectives. Update on the return of Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) Update on Smarter Balanced Assessment Implementation Data support for schools. Adequate Yearly Progress. Adequate Yearly Progress.

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objectives
Objectives
  • Update on the return of Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP)
  • Update on Smarter Balanced Assessment Implementation
  • Data support for schools
adequate yearly progress1
Adequate Yearly Progress
  • Uniform bar established annual targets with goal of 100 percent proficient by 2014
    • Percent proficient
    • Participation rate
    • Unexcused absences/graduation rate
  • Same target must be made for every federal subgroup (37 cells) to make AYP
  • Calculated by grade band for each test:
    • Continuously enrolled students
    • N>30
    • Weighted average
    • Margin of error
  • Appeals:
    • Old appeal grounds summarily denied:
      • 2 and 3 year averaging of percent proficient
      • Inclusion of exited Special Education and ELL students
    • Safe Harbor: decrease of 27 percent not proficient
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School

Continue:

Continue:

Continue:

Improvement

Public School

Public School

Public School

Plan

Choice

Choice

Choice

Supplemental

Supplemental

Services

Plan for

Supplemental

Corrective

Public School

AlternativeGovernance

Action

Services

Choice

AYP TIMELINE FOR SCHOOLS

(Consequences apply only to schools receiving Title I funds)

Sanctions are a District Responsibility

Implement

Plan

For

AYP

AYP

Alternative

Governance

WASL

Results

WASL

Results

1

2

AYP

AYP

AYP

AYP

AYP

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2

3

4

5

Step

Step

Step

Step

Step

Identified for School Improvement

7

Source: OSPI 20131122

ayp 2014
AYP 2014
  • 2011-12 and 2012-13 results are not included in calculations
  • Schools revert to the step in 2012 based on 2011 results
  • 2014 results determine next step
  • 100 percent proficient is target for all cells
  • Safe Harbor is 27% decrease of the percent of students not meeting standard in 2011
  • Sanctions beyond publishing results pertain to Title I schools only
sanction impact title i funding
Sanction Impact Title I Funding
  • Required set aside of 20 percent to support School Choice and Supplemental Educational Services (Tutoring outside of school hours)
  • Required set aside of 10 percent for Professional Development
school choice
School Choice
  • Students in a Title I school in Step 1 or greater offered choice to attend non-Title I school that made AYP or in Year 1
    • Only students from Emerson, Garfield, Hawthorne, Jackson, Lowell, and Madison
    • Only students who qualify for F/RL
    • Priority given to lowest achieving students
  • Conflicting information
    • Capacity rule
    • Use of basic ed money
choice in eligible
Choice In Eligible
  • Have capacity without additional basic ed funding:
    • Silver Firs
    • Whittier
  • Eligible but lack capacity or would require basic ed funding
    • Penny Creek
    • Silver Lake
    • Cedar Wood
    • Mill Creek
    • Woodside
    • Forest View
    • View Ridge
smarter balanced assessments1
Smarter Balanced Assessments
  • Leadership Team
    • Logistics: Ken Toyn, Scott Jenkins, and Marian Arment
      • Requisition , preparation, deployment and maintenance of 3400 Chromebooks (CB )
      • CB distribution and management for SBAC
      • Management of supporting infrastructure
    • Professional Development: Sonja DelaFosse and LauriBeth Hull
      • Professional Development plan for use of CB in general, to support student learning and for assessment
    • Assessment Administration: Catherine Matthews and Terry Campbell
      • All aspects of assessment administration including training, materials and resource development, scheduling, and support during window
  • Steering Team:
steering team
Steering Team
  • The purpose of the SBAC Steering Team is:
    • Provide input from your unique perspective into the implementation of SBAC including logistics, scheduling models, training and communication
    • Evaluate concerns and assist in developing solutions during implementation
    • Communicate with constituents throughout the process
    • Test models and resources and provide input as to their effectiveness
steering team work
Steering Team Work
  • Schedule development
    • Many hours spent developing a grade 3-8 and 11
    • We will have a structured schedule next year to ensure fair administration of assessment, availability of technical and logistical support, and efficient use of resources
    • Expect to share the schedule in your September/October principal meetings
    • 3400 CB means we can start the week after Spring Break rather than the first week in March
  • Professional Development planning
  • Implementation Support
looking forward
Looking Forward
  • Digital Resource Library preview closes September 30
  • Expect Digital Resource Library and Interim Assessments mid to late fall
  • Appreciate your patience in this process!
  • Every step is new to all of us
data support for schools1
Data Support for Schools
  • Working with principals to develop new data reports or adjust existing ones
  • Developing short webinars for data sets:
    • Cut down on meetings
    • Watch anytime
    • Tells you what the data set is, how to read and analyze it, and how it can be used
  • Planning live webinars you can participate in from your desk and which will be recorded in case you cannot attend
sample dra with msp
Sample DRA with MSP

Path to reports

Link to webinar

need from you
Need from you:
  • Feedback on data sets and webinars
  • How can we support you and your work?
minimum basic ed report
Minimum Basic Ed Report
  • Submit daily detailed bell schedules for  each grade in your building  for 
    • the regular day
    • 2.5 hour early release day
    • 75 minute LIF release day. 
  • If you have half day Kindergarten, submit these schedules for each session, AM and PM.
  • Be sure to include the following:
    • Start and end time of student day
    • Start and end time of each passing period
    • Start and end time of each student  lunch period (do not combine lunch and passing times)
    • Start and end time of each recess (do not combine recess and lunch)
    • Start and end time of each class period
    • Elementary and Middle school conference start and end times for each conference day
standardizing schedules
Standardizing Schedules
  • In preparation for 2015-16 regulations, standardizing schedules to maximize instructional minutes
    • Class/instructional time
    • Passing periods
    • Recess
    • Parent/Teacher Conference minutes
    • NOT lunch