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September 3, 2009. Making the Transition. How GAPEC students are doing in high school. Today. Creating a Safe Space Freshman Year and Graduation How they are related Why it is important GAPEC Data GAPEC On-Track Data GAPEC Grade information. The Freshman Year Matters!.

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    1. September 3, 2009 Making the Transition How GAPEC students are doing in high school

    2. Today • Creating a Safe Space • Freshman Year and Graduation • How they are related • Why it is important • GAPEC Data • GAPEC On-Track Data • GAPEC Grade information

    3. The Freshman Year Matters! Freshman year framework for predicting graduation Precision Time Available On-Track End-of year Somewhat Blunt Failures Grades End-of quarter/semester Precise Absences Immediately

    4. Freshman On-Track Indicator “2 Core Fs in Grade 9: Unlikely to Graduate Any Time” • An on-track student has no more than one semester F in a core subject • English, math, science, or social studies • An on-track student has accumulated five full course credits (in any subject) • The number required to move to 10th grade (CPS policy)

    5. How is On-Track Related to Graduation?

    6. Additional Freshman Year Information On-Track Failures Grades Absences

    7. Students who fail more courses are less likely to graduate

    8. Additional Freshman Year Information On-Track Failures Grades Absences

    9. Students who are absent or cut too many classes are unlikely to graduate

    10. Additional Freshman Year Information On-Track Failures Grades Absences

    11. Students with low grades in the freshman year are unlikely to graduate Virtually all students with a “B” average or higher in their first year will graduate in 4 years Virtually all students with less than a “D” average in their first year will fail to graduate

    12. Summarizing the Freshman Year On-Track Failures Grades Absences • Freshman performance is crucial for graduation • Students have to go to class • Students have to get good grades

    13. Roosevelt and GAPEC On-Track Data

    14. CPS: 63% 53%

    15. A more precise prediction of graduation Failures and Grades

    16. {{{ { CPS Average: 63% Difference of 10% GAPEC at Roosevelt Average: 53%

    17. How might your work with GAPEC affect this data and your students? Question:

    18. GAPEC On-Track Rate is at CPS AverageGAPEC at Roosevelt is off by about 10%

    19. APMA graduates’ on-track rate was slightly above CPS average,but not at Roosevelt

    20. Bateman graduates’ on-track rate was above CPS overall and at Roosevelt

    21. Marshall graduates’ on-track rates were below CPS average

    22. Volta graduates’ on-track rates were below CPS average