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Overview of Unbridled Learning Accountability Model. Bullitt County Public Schools Counselors' Meeting September 2011. Close Out of 2010-2011. Last reporting of data for the Interim Assessment Period (i.e., KCCT results) Interim Performance Reports ( IPR ) No Child Left Behind (NCLB)

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overview of unbridled learning accountability model

Overview of Unbridled Learning Accountability Model

Bullitt County Public Schools

Counselors' Meeting

September 2011

close out of 2010 2011
Close Out of 2010-2011
  • Last reporting of data for the Interim Assessment Period (i.e., KCCT results)
    • Interim Performance Reports (IPR)
    • No Child Left Behind (NCLB)
  • Quality Control
    • August- September
  • Public Reporting
    • September 27, 2011
the call for a new assessment system
The Call for a New Assessment System
  • Senate Bill 1 (SB 1), enacted in the 2009 Kentucky General Assembly, requires a new public school assessment program beginning in the 2011-2012 school year.
  • The legislation allowed, with approval by the Kentucky Board of Education (KBE), an end-of-course (EOC) assessment program at the high school level.
a new system begins
A New System Begins
  • Fall 2011 is the first test administration of Kentucky’s new assessment and accountability system required in legislation enacted by the 2009 Kentucky General Assembly.
  • Unbridled Learning: College/Career-Readiness for All replaces CATS.
  • Kentucky-Performance Rating for Educational Progress (K-PREP) replaces the KCCT.
overall accountability score
Overall Accountability Score
  • A new regulation, 703 KAR 5:220, School and District Accountability Recognition, Support and Consequences, was passed by the Kentucky Board of Education at its August 4 meeting.
  • This regulation deals with an overall accountability score for districts and schools based on the three components of Unbridled Learning:
    • College- and/or Career-Ready for All Next-Generation Learners,
    • Next-Generation Instructional Programs and Support, and
    • Next-Generation Professionals
accountability score
Accountability Score
  • A combined score will be compiled by weighting the three components in the following manner:
overall accountability score phase in
Overall Accountability Score Phase-In
  • This year ONLY the Next-Generation Learners component will be used to generate an overall score for accountability.
  • The following chart provides the overall score phase-in for the three components:
next generation learners accountability measures
Next Generation Learners Accountability Measures
  • Achievement (Content Areas are reading, mathematics, science, social studies and writing.)
  • Gap (percentage of proficient and distinguished) for the Non-Duplicated Gap Group for all five content areas
  • Growth in reading and mathematics (percentage of students at typical or higher levels of growth)
  • College Readiness as measured by the percentage of students meeting benchmarks in three content areas on EXPLORE at middle school
  • College/Career-Readiness Rate as measured by ACT benchmarks, college placement tests and career measures
  • Graduation Rate
achievement calculation
Achievement Calculation

For each content area:

  • One point is awarded for each percent of students scoring proficient or distinguished.
  • One-half point is awarded for each percent of students scoring apprentice.
  • No points are awarded for novice students.
bonus
BONUS!
  • Bonus awarded for distinguished AS LONG AS it does not mask or overcompensate for novice performance.
  • To calculate the bonus, each percent distinguished earns an additional one-half point, and the percent novice earns a negative one-half point,
  • The distinguished and novice values are combined, the novice points may offset the distinguished bonus.
  • If the novice performance completely offsets the distinguished bonus, no points are added to or subtracted from the achievement calculation.
gap calculation
Gap Calculation
  • Goal is 100 percent proficiency for all students.
  • The distance from that goal or gap is measured by creating a student Gap Group — an aggregate count of student groups that have historically had achievement gaps.
  • To calculate the combined student Gap Group, non-duplicatedcounts of students who score proficient or higher and are in the student groups will be summed.
growth calculation
Growth Calculation
  • Points are awarded for percentage of students growing at typical or high growth.
  • For elementary and middle schools,calculation is completed for reading and mathematics where annual testing occurs (grades 3-8).
    • Schools receive one point for each percent of students that show typical or high growth.
  • For high schools, points are awarded for percentage of students showing growth when comparing student performance on PLAN (grade 10) compared to ACT (grade 11).
    • The PLAN and ACT composite scores in reading and mathematics are used for comparison.
college career readiness rate calculation
College/Career-Readiness Rate Calculation
  • A readiness percentage is calculated by dividing the number of high school graduates who have successfully met an indicator of readiness for college/career with the total number of graduates.
  • The indicators of readiness includestudent performance on the ACT, completion of college placement tests or attainment of an industry-recognized career certificate.
graduation rate point calculation
Graduation Rate Point Calculation
  • Use the Averaged Freshmen Graduation Rate (AFGR) for 2011-2012 and 2012 -2012
  • Implement the Cohort Model with the nonacademic release in fall 2013
school and district classifications
School and District Classifications
  • The new accountability model holds all schools and districts accountable for improving student performance and creates four performance classifications that determine consequences and guide interventions and supports.
      • Distinguished
      • Proficient
      • Needs Improvement
      • Persistently Low-Achieving
program review accountability
Program Review Accountability
  • 2011-12 school year – field testing and public reporting of Program Reviews in arts and humanities, practical living/career studies and writing(0%)
  • 2012-13 school year – inclusion of Program Reviews in arts and humanities, practical living/career studies and writing in accountability calculations; field testing and public reporting of Program Reviews in kindergarten through 3rd grade program evaluation and world language (23%)
  • 2013-14 school year – inclusion of Program Reviews in kindergarten through 3rd grade program evaluation and world language in accountability calculations (20%)
what feedback will students and schools receive in grades 3 8
What Feedback Will Students and Schools Receive in Grades 3-8?
  • Schools will receive both individual student and school-based reports.
  • Reports will include national percentile scores from the NRT portion of the test as well as Novice, Apprentice, Proficient and Distinguished student performance levels from a combination of the NRT and CRT items.