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Answers for the Superintendent’s Advisory Committee. December 7, 2010. Two important points of clarification. All data reported is based on students who have been continuously enrolled. This means the students measured were in attendance since elementary school

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two important points of clarification
Two important points of clarification
  • All data reported is based on students who have been continuously enrolled. This means the students measured were in attendance since elementary school
  • In Special Education programs, there is a continuum of services that range from the Least Restrictive Environment which may be Consultant Teacher or Resource Room, OT, PT, or Speech, next is part-time inclusion, then full inclusion and then Self-Contained classes.
  • Hagan ranges from the least restrictive up to part-time inclusion
  • Nassau ranges from least restrictive through full-time inclusion
dra a measure of accuracy fluency and comprehension
DRA a measure of accuracy, fluency, and comprehension
  • Grade level targets are ranges
  • Nassau student tend to score in the lower range of “on grade level” than Hagan students from the beginning
  • Nassau and Hagan students both make growth during the school year
  • Nassau students appear to have a substantial regression over the summer
  • By fourth grade, the gaps increase for the Nassau students
what were the special education enrollment numbers in nassau and hagan in grades 3 5
What were the special education enrollment numbers in Nassau and Hagan in grades 3-5?
  • In 08-09 Nassau had 25 classified students and Hagan had 15.
  • That means Nassau had 21% and Hagan had 6% classified students in those grades.
  • In 09-10 Nassau had 19 classified students and Hagan had 19.
  • That means Nassau had 17% and Hagan 8% classified students in those grades.
is there a difference in the results between the two schools 2008 2009
Is there a difference in the results between the two schools? 2008-2009
  • 97% of Hagan’s Gen Ed students scored 3’s and 4’s in ELA and 99% in Math in grades 3-5.
  • Hagan’s classified students in those grades scored at 67% 3’s and 4’s in ELA and 80% in math.
  • 81% of Nassau’s Gen Ed students scored 3’s and 4’s in ELA and 90% scored 3’s and 4’s in math
  • 36% of Nassau’s classified students scored 3’s and 4’s in ELA and 62% scored 3’s and 4’s in math
is there a difference in the results between the two schools 2009 2010
Is there a difference in the results between the two schools? 2009-2010
  • 95% of Hagan’s Gen Ed students scored 3’s and 4’s in ELA and 99% in Math in grades 3-5.
  • Hagan’s classified students in those grades scored at 58% 3’s and 4’s in ELA and 84% in math.
  • 89% of Nassau’s Gen Ed students scored 3’s and 4’s in ELA and 92% scored 3’s and 4’s in math
  • 42% of Nassau’s Classified students scored 3’s and 4’s in ELA and 63% scored 3’s and 4’s in math
free and reduced lunch
Free and Reduced Lunch
  • Numbers were determined based upon enrollment on BEDS day October 7, 2009