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  1. 2012 Colorado Student Assessment Results Jo O’Brien Joyce Zurkowski Unit of Assessment and Research & Evaluation

  2. Transitional Colorado Assessment Program (TCAP) Background • TCAP supports the transition from the Colorado Model Content Standards to the Colorado Academic Standards • TCAP was administered for the first time in 2012 • CSAP was administered for the past 15 years • TCAP assesses: • 3rd – 10th grade reading, writing and math • 5th, 8th, and 10th grade science • 1,654,765 tests were administered to about 490,500 Colorado students in 2012.

  3. The State of Reading 2012 Reading across all grades showed an increase in Proficient and Advanced of 1.4% from 2011 Reading proficiency increased in all grades between 2011 and 2012 Grades 3, 4, 6 and 7 demonstrate upward trends in reading proficiency

  4. The State of Writing • 2012 Writing across all grades showed a decrease in Proficient and Advanced of 1.3% from 2011 • Writing proficiency increased in grades 3, 7, 8 and 10 from 2011 to 2012 • Grades 5, 7 and 8 have higher proficiency levels than 2005 levels.

  5. The State of Mathematics • 2012 Mathematics across all grades showed a change in Proficient and Advanced of 0.1% from 2011 • Mathematics proficiency increased in grades 3, 4, 7, 8 and 10 from 2011 to 2012 • All grade levels have higher proficiency levels than 2005 levels

  6. The State of Science • 2012 Science scores across all grades showed an increase in Proficient and Advanced of 1.1% from 2011 • Science proficiency improved in grades 5 and 10, between 2011 and 2012 • All grades show improvement in proficiency compared to the 2008 scores

  7. TCAP 2012Student Achievement: Race/Ethnicity • Hispanic students: • Minimal proficiency gains in Reading, Writing and Mathematics across all grades since 2005 • Minimal proficiency gains in Science across all grades since 2008 • Percent Proficient or Advanced lower than White students by more than 27% for all content areas in 2012 • Black students: • Minimal proficiency gains in all but 5th grade in Reading since 2005 • Minimal proficiency gains in all but 3rd and 5th grade Mathematics since 2005 • Minimal proficiency gains in Writing in grades 7, 8 and 9 since 2005 • Minimal proficiency gains in Science across all grades since 2008 • Percent Proficient or Advanced lower than White students by more than 27% for all content areas in 2012

  8. CSAP/ TCAP Reading State Level Percent Proficient and Advanced Trend for White, Hispanic and Black Students

  9. CSAP/ TCAP Writing State Level Percent Proficient and Advanced Trend for White, Hispanic and Black Students

  10. CSAP/ TCAP Mathematics State Level Percent Proficient and Advanced Trend for White, Hispanic and Black Students

  11. CSAP/ TCAP Science State Level Percent Proficient and Advanced Trend for White, Hispanic and Black Students

  12. TCAP 2012Student Achievement: FRL and Title 1 Free and Reduced Lunch • Minimal proficiency gains across all grades for Reading, Mathematics and Writing since 2005 • Minimal proficiency gains in Science across all grades since 2008 • 2012 Percentage of Proficient or Advanced FRL students is lower than non-eligible students across all grades and content areas by at least 26.1% Title 1 students • Minimal proficiency gains across all grades for Reading and Mathematics since 2005 • Minimal proficiency gains across grades 5-10 for Writing since 2005 • Minimal proficiency gains across all grades in Science since 2008

  13. CSAP/ TCAP Reading State Level Percent Proficient and Advanced Trend by Free and Reduced Lunch Eligibility

  14. CSAP/ TCAP Writing State Level Percent Proficient and Advanced Trend by Free and Reduced Lunch Eligibility

  15. CSAP/ TCAP Mathematics State Level Percent Proficient and Advanced Trend by Free and Reduced Lunch Eligibility

  16. CSAP/ TCAP Science State Level Percent Proficient and Advanced Trend by Free and Reduced Lunch Eligibility

  17. TCAP 2012Student Achievement: GenderProficiency Gains since 2005(2008 for Science)

  18. TCAP 2012Student Achievement: Gender • More females than males were Proficient or Advanced in Reading and Writing at all grade levels • More males than females were Proficient or Advanced in Mathematics grades 3, 4, 6, 9 and 10 and in Science grades 5 and 10

  19. TCAP 2012Percentage of Students Scoring Proficient/AdvancedStatistically Significant Increases

  20. TCAP 2012Percentage of Students Scoring Proficient/AdvancedStatistically Significant Increases

  21. TCAP 2012Turnaround and Priority Improvement DistrictsStatistically Significant Increases in Percent Proficient/Advanced

  22. Additional 2012 Colorado Assessments • Lectura and Escritura (Spanish reading and writing assessments) • 3rd and 4th grade proficiency scores declined on both tests • Colorado Alternate Assessment (CoAlt) for students with significant cognitive disabilities • Developing and Novice proficiency levels increased in: • Reading: Grades 7, 8, 9 and 10 • Writing: Grades 4, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 • Mathematics: Grades 6, 8, 9, and 10 • Science: Grades 8 and 10 • Colorado ACT scores remained relatively unchanged • The average Composite score increased from 19.9 to 20.0

  23. 2012 Colorado Growth Model Results Bill Bonk Alyssa Pearson Unit of Accountability and Data Analysis

  24. Growth • How much are students growing? • Is it enough?

  25. Catch up and Keep up Proficient Not Proficient

  26. Percentage of Students Catching Up in Math

  27. Percentage of Students Keeping Up in Math

  28. Percentage of Students Catching Up in Reading

  29. Percentage of Students Keeping Up in Reading

  30. Gaps in Students Catching Up: Economically Disadvantaged

  31. English Language Proficiency Growth • English Language Proficiency Growth • Calculated for districts in 2010-11 • Using for accountability with 2011-12 results • Aligned ESEA Title III Accountability • English language proficiency assessment • Speaking, listening, reading and writing • Levels 1 (beginning) to 5 (fluent)

  32. CELApro Adequate Growth Percentile Targets

  33. Percentage of Students Making Growth Adequate to Get to the Next Level in English Proficiency

  34. Colorado Growth Model on the Web

  35. States Using Colorado Growth Model