Promoting Academic Success Evaluation Progress Washington Education Research Association December 7, 2006. Robert Barnoski (Barney) Washington State Institute for Public Policy Phone: (360) 586-2744 E-mail: email@example.com Institute Publications: www.wsipp.wa.gov.
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Washington Education Research Association
December 7, 2006
Robert Barnoski (Barney)
Washington State Institute for Public Policy
Phone: (360) 586-2744
The evaluation should focus on determining:
(a) overall effectiveness in helping students pass the WASL;
(b) relative effectiveness of different remedial strategies offered; and
(c) relative effectiveness by student characteristics, including economic status, limited English proficiency, and ethnicity.
The office of the superintendent of public instruction shall provide all data necessary to conduct such analyses, and shall help coordinate data collection directly from districts administering the remedial programs as necessary.
ESSB 6386, §607 (11), Chapter 372, Laws of 2006, supplemental operating budget.
Compare WASL Retake Results for:
PAS Student Data Collection:
Measuring Different Remedial Strategies:
Remedial Strategy Data Collection:
What assessments were used to determine student math needs at the beginning of this instruction? (Check all that apply)
WASL math strand results
Standardized achievement tests
WASL math scores
In your section(s), approximately what percentage of time did you spend in each of the following areas? (Must add to 100%)
__ Academic/vocational/career counseling
__ General instruction for math
__ Specific instruction on the EALRs and GLEs
__ Study habits
__ WASL test taking skills: guessing and scoring rules
__ Other (specify):
What instructional materials did you use in your section(s)?
(Check all that apply)
OSPI Instructional Support Modules
WASL practice tests/released items other than from OSPI Instructional Support Modules
WASL teaching materials other than OSPI Instructional Support Modules
Materials aligned with EALRs/GLEs other than OSPI Instructional Support Modules
Materials specifically obtained for this remedial instruction other than OSPI Instructional Support Modules
District-adopted instructional materials
Technology-based materials. Name(s):
Other materials (describe):
What special training have you received to teach students who have not met the 10th-grade math standards? (Check all that apply)
OSPI Instructional Support Module training from OSPI staff
OSPI Instructional Support Module training from district or ESD staff
In which of the following WASL math activities have you participated? (Check all that apply)
Item writing Scoring Range finding
Data review OSPI/ESD deep alignment Curriculum alignment
None Other (specify):
In your section(s), approximately what percentage of time did you spend in each of the following areas?
Thank You! Summer 2006 PAS