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Analyzing Student Achievement Trends tied to NCLB. Rolf Blank, Ph.D. Director of Education Indicators Council of Chief State School Officers Connecticut State Conference Univ. of Connecticut, March 19, 2008. CCSSO Projects / Sources/Web Sites.

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    1. Analyzing Student Achievement Trends tied to NCLB Rolf Blank, Ph.D. Director of Education Indicators Council of Chief State School Officers Connecticut State Conference Univ. of Connecticut, March 19, 2008

    2. CCSSO Projects / Sources/Web Sites • CCSSO Accountability Systems and Reporting State Collaborative project (28 states, incl. Connecticut), e.g. Implementers Guide to Growth Models, 2008 • State Education Indicators project (annual state profiles)—10 years • www.ccsso.org/projects /Accountability _Systems • www.schooldatadirect .org • www.SECsurvey.org • “Developing Student Achievement Tests under NCLB Accountability Requirements: A policymaker’s primer” [PPT Assisted by Adam Petermann, CCSSO]

    3. Questions for State Analysis • What are the measures at state, district, school level for determining performance NCLB? Then, Are we improving? • For state educators: To what extent are measures valid, reliable?—and reports are useful? • What other measures could we analyze? (e.g. • A) external, cross-state measure • B) in-depth within state system alignment • How does performance in our system compare with other states?

    4. Premises of NCLB • Accountability tied to state standards, assessments, and systems at school level, district, state • All schools and students are accountable • Improve student performance to proficient level by 2014 • Improve performance of all student groups, esp. low-income, special education, limited English • Accountability system identifies schools needing improvement, and sanctions/reforms • Accountability will provide incentives toward improved system performance

    5. Connecticut State Facts

    6. Connecticut Education Facts Number of schools, by percent of students eligible to participate in the Free and Reduced-Price Lunch Program

    7. Massachusetts State Facts

    8. Massachusetts Education Facts Number of schools, by percent of students eligible to participate in the Free and Reduced-Price Lunch Program

    9. Wisconsin State Facts

    10. Wisconsin Education Facts Number of schools, by percent of students eligible to participate in the Free and Reduced-Price Lunch Program

    11. Connecticut AYP Trend

    12. Massachusetts AYP Trend

    13. Wisconsin AYP Trend

    14. Cross State Overview

    15. Connecticut State Assessment Proficiency Trends

    16. Massachusetts State Assessment Proficiency Trends

    17. Wisconsin State Assessment Proficiency Trends

    18. State Reading Assessment Trend by Race, Connecticut

    19. State Reading Assessment Trend by Race, Massachusetts

    20. State Reading Assessment Trend by Race, Wisconsin

    21. Cross State Student Achievement Trends: State Assessments

    22. Cross State Student Achievement Trends: NAEP

    23. Connecticut NAEP Proficiency Trends

    24. Massachusetts NAEP Proficiency Trends

    25. Wisconsin NAEP Achievement Trends

    26. NAEP Definition of Proficiency 4th Grade Reading 8th Grade Math

    27. NAEP Closing the Gap by Minority, Reading and Mathematics

    28. Connecticut NAEP vs. State Assessment

    29. Massachusetts NAEP vs. State Assessment

    30. Wisconsin NAEP vs. State Assessment

    31. SAMPLE AYP OVERVIEW, from schooldatadirect.org

    32. Hartford School District, Connecticut Reading Grade 4, State Assessment, Proficient and Above Math Grade 8, State Assessment, Proficient and Above

    33. Worcester School District, Massachusetts Reading Grade 4, State Assessment, Proficient and Above Math Grade 8, State Assessment, Proficient and Above

    34. Kenosha School District, Wisconsin Reading Grade 4, State Assessment, Proficient and Above Math Grade 8, State Assessment, Proficient and Above