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  1. SD LEAP Data Retreat2013 http://bit.ly/spearfish13 Melanie Hurley

  2. Listen with Engagement • Honor Confidentiality of data • Honor Private Think Time • Everyone has a Voice • Be Respectful of all Comments • Limit Side Conversation • Take Care of Your Needs • Turn Cell Phones Off or Vibrate

  3. Outcomes • Receive updates on major shifts in South Dakota and determine how these impact individual schools. • Work with Target, Gap and Non-Gap, Report Card, SPI and AMO reports to guide data decisions. • Examine D-STEP and CCSS reports to guide data decisions. • Examine local data reports to guide data decisions. • Develop or modify school goals and outcomes based on data findings.

  4. Posted Materials http://bit.ly/spearfish13

  5. Ice Breaker

  6. On an index card, write down 3 one-digit numbers between 0 and 10. Index Card Icebreaker • Form groups of three or four. • Relate something in your life to each of the 3 numbers you wrote down. • For example: If I wrote down #3, #6, #1, I would share that I have 3 children, have been to 6 countries (Canada, Germany, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, France) and have the best granddaughter in the world (Elsie Mae)

  7. Share your numbers and stories with your small group. You will have 4 minutes to share. Index Card Icebreaker

  8. Diggin’ in Deeper – Let’s get started

  9. Glossary of Terms • As a team, refer to glossary of terms. • Highlight any areas you might have questions about • If we will not be covering it in the data retreat I can add some additional information to help develop understanding • Information to keep in mind as we move through today.

  10. Data Analysis Process

  11. It’s Your Day; It’s Your Way • Each school is unique • Assign Roles • (This is your gift of time) • Leader • Recorder • Time Keeper • Presenter • Errand Monitor • Display data in ways that make sense to your team • Graphs, words, charts, etc. (No right way)

  12. Data Analysis Process • Observe the data and discuss what you are seeing. Write your data findings on the flip chart in summative statements that include the data • Facts Only – I observe that … • Look at all subgroups • Pose hypotheses • Why might the data patterns be occurring? • What practices might need to be discussed?

  13. Data Analysis Process

  14. Goals and Targets • Refer to goals and targets from 2012-13 school year – using SD-StarsReport Card Data • Discuss • Did you meet your goals? • What data do you have to determine if goals were met?

  15. Future Goals and Targets • State’s vision for goals and targets: • Goals and targets tied specifically to Indicator #1: Student Achievement • Overarching goal: Reduce by half the percentage of students (all subgroups) who score below Proficient on state assessment within six years • Annual targets to increase proficiency over six years • Goals and targets set separately for math and reading • Data from 2011-12 school year baseline for setting goals and targets We will examine your targets when we begin looking at student achievement data

  16. Targets (Example) Overarching goal: Reduce by half the percentage of students (all subgroups) who score below Proficient on state assessment within six years

  17. Annual Measurable Objectives (AMO)

  18. Annual Measurable Objectives (AMO) • Based on idea of decreasing by half the percent of non-proficient students over 6 years • Each district, school, subgroup has their own unique AMOs • Help determine exit from Focus/ Priority school status when that time comes • Sent early Spring 2013 based on 2011-12 assessment results – this was the baseline • Fall 2013 new AMOs will be released in needed cases: • New schools • Now more than 10 students in a subgroup or school

  19. Annual Measurable Objectives (AMO) • Utilize Two data sources: • Spreadsheet sent to you from DOE • or the one TIE sent you • Report Card Data • either from DOE website or SD-STARS • Will show example of SD-STARS • Have printed Report Card Data from public site

  20. AMO Data: Did we make it?

  21. GAP and Non-GAP

  22. What is a GAP Group? • The GAP group is an aggregate count of student groups in South Dakota that have historically experienced achievement gaps. At this time, South Dakota includes the following student groups in its GAP group: • Black, Native American, Hispanic, Economically Disadvantaged, Students with Disabilities, and Limited English Proficient.

  23. What is the Non-GAP Group? • The Non-GAP group includes all students not in the GAP group. Those scoring proficient or higher in the Non-GAP group would be included in the student achievement calculation. (Non-GAP: WHITE, ASIAN, & HAWAIIAN/PACIFIC) • Under the proposed system, the minimum N-size will be 10 for each group. Using an aggregated GAP group means almost every school in the state will have a focus on students in GAP groups. Individual subgroups of students will still be disaggregated and reported, but not used for computing the total points for the student achievement indicator.

  24. AMO Data: Did we make it? • Dark orange is baseline data (from 2011-12) • Blue line is your AMO – target for 2012-13 assessment • Light orange line – how your kids scored • Goals and Targets will be based on AMO moving forward

  25. AMO Data: Did we make it? Examine your building’s AMO report for both math and reading Remember Data Analysis Process: Observe/Hypothesis

  26. Data Analysis Process

  27. Major Shifts in South Dakota Accountability Model (Reform) 2011-12 to 2014-15 Common Core State Standards Since 2011 Smarter Balanced Assessment 2014-15 SD-STARS 2013 Educator Effectiveness 2014-15

  28. Accountability Model - AYP No more AYP

  29. Accountability Model - AYP • Now…Progress is centered on a 100-point index, called the School Performance Index or SPI. The SPI consists of five (5) key indicators. A numeric value is assigned to each of the indicators. These values are added to create a final Overall Score out of 100 total points.

  30. Accountability Model - Rating

  31. SPI Index: How to Read the Report Remember Data Analysis Process: Observe/Hypothesis

  32. Attendance (K-8)

  33. Attendance Data Indicator • At the Elementary and Middle School levels, the indicator will be attendance rate based on the average daily attendance of all students. • Attendance rate is 94 percent.

  34. Attendance

  35. Attendance

  36. Data Analysis Process • Observe the data and discuss what you are seeing. Write your data findings on the flip chart in summative statements that include the data • Facts Only – I observe that … • Observe all subgroups • Pose hypotheses • Why might the data patterns be occurring? • What practices might need to be discussed?

  37. High School (9-12)

  38. High School Completion Indicator • At the High School level, the indicator is High School Completion. • This indicator consists of two weighted measures: • High School Completer Rate • 4-Year Adjusted Cohort Graduation Rate

  39. High School Completion

  40. 4-Year Cohort Grad

  41. College & Career Readiness Indicator • At the High School level, the indicator is College and Career Readiness • This indicator consists of two measures: • Percent of student whose ACT math sub-score is 20 or above • Percent of students whose ACT English sub-score is 18 or above

  42. College & Career Ready

  43. Data Analysis Process • Observe the data and discuss what you are seeing. Write your data findings on the flip chart in summative statements that include the data • Facts Only – I observe that … • Observe all subgroups • Pose hypotheses • Why might the data patterns be occurring? • What practices might need to be discussed?

  44. The Future of Accountability in SD • Growth: • Workgroup has recommended investigation of two models; preliminary data fall/winter 2013-2014 • Residual Gain • Student Growth Percentiles • Climate: • Stakeholders have come up with recommendations; DOE working to develop a model system • Career Readiness: • NCRC Pilot in 2013-2014 year

  45. The Future of Accountability in SD • Effective Teachers and Leaders: • Commission on Teaching and Learning has developed recommended principal and teacher evaluation systems for piloting • Rewritten Principle 3 based on these • 75 school pilots for teacher evaluation (20 full scale, 55 scale-up) • 12 districts pilots for principal evaluation • Flexibility: • Testing / designations for 2014 • Using testing data for high stakes decision making • No DakotaSTEP in 2014 – practice test with Smarter Balanced Consortia Assessment

  46. The Future of Accountability in SD • Amendments to come in 2013-2014 on • Teacher and Leader Effectiveness • Climate • Investigating Attendance and College Ready measures as states moves to new assessments

  47. SDAP (eMetrics) South Dakota Assessment Portal

  48. D-STEP – Individual Student Scores • Excel Document – emailed to you • Demonstration of Sorting