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Department of Public Instruction Kirsten Baesler, State Superintendent 600 East Boulevard Ave., Department 201 Bismarck, ND 58505-0440 . Using Data to Guide Improvement in Schools and Districts. Beth Larson-Steckler Federal Title Programs Program Administrator [email protected]

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Using data to guide improvement in schools and districts

Department of Public Instruction

Kirsten Baesler, State Superintendent

600 East Boulevard Ave., Department 201

Bismarck, ND 58505-0440

Using Data to Guide Improvement in Schools and Districts

Beth Larson-Steckler

Federal Title Programs

Program Administrator

[email protected]

701-328-3544


Objectives for session
Objectives for Session

  • Acquaint or re-acquaint participants with the achievement data produced by NDDPI.

  • Acquaint or re-acquaint participants with where specific data can be found and or accessed.

  • Demonstrate how data can be utilized to guide district/school improvement and assist in meeting federal requirements



Types of data reports generated by nddpi
Types of Data/Reports Generated by NDDPI

Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP)

School Building AYP

District AYP

State AYP

School District Profile

Assessment

Participation Rates for Students with Disabilities

Special Education Performance Information

Comparative Reports

Comparative School Building Reports

Comparative District Reports

Statewide Summary Reports

State Highly Qualified Teachers

School Plant Academic Achievement

District Academic Achievement

Growth Model

Student Growth Projection

Roster Report


Nd department of public instruction nd school district profiles
ND Department of Public instructionND school District Profiles

This page can be found @ http://www.dpi.state.nd.us/dpi/reports/Profile/index.shtm




State Established Mathematics Goals Compared to Actual Achievement for All (Composite) Students



Comparative Data StudentsState Established Goals in Reading Compared to Actual Achievement for All Students (Composite)


Longitudinal data longitudinal reading data for all students composite
Longitudinal Data StudentsLongitudinal Reading Data for All Students (Composite)


School plant profile
School Plant Profile Students

Assessment

Participation Rates for Students with Disabilities

Special Education Performance Information


Assessment report
Assessment Report Students

  • Average Daily Attendance

  • Graduation Rates

  • Adequate Yearly Progress

  • School Assessment (Detailed)

    • Proficiency Breakouts – by Demographic Group

    • Proficiency Breakouts – by Grade

  • School Assessment Over Time

  • Benchmarks (Detailed)

    • Benchmark Results – Average Percent Correct –By Grade

    • NAEP Results

    • Highly Qualified Teachers (Specific to District)




Proficiency levels
Proficiency Levels Students

Advanced

Proficient

Partially Proficient

Novice







4 Studentsth Quartile

3rd Quartile

2nd Quartile

1st Quartile






Utilizing data
Utilizing Data Students


Needs assessment
Needs Assessment Students

The purpose of the needs assessment is to determine the needs of the LEA’s teaching force in order to be able to have all students meet challenging State content and academic achievement

standards.



Questions Students


Questions
Questions? Students

Thank You! Have a wonderful day!


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