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MCAS REPORT Spring 2013. Presented to the Hingham School Committee November 18, 2013 by Ellen Keane, Assistant Superintendent. OVERVIEW OF MCAS TESTS. Grades 3-8 and 10 – ELA and Math Grades 4, 7 and 10 – Composition Grades 5 and 8 – Science and Technology

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Mcas report spring 2013

MCAS REPORTSpring 2013

Presented to the Hingham School Committee

November 18, 2013

by

Ellen Keane, Assistant Superintendent


Overview of mcas tests
OVERVIEW OF MCAS TESTS

  • Grades 3-8 and 10 – ELA and Math

  • Grades 4, 7 and 10 – Composition

  • Grades 5 and 8 – Science and Technology

  • Grades 9/10 – Science and Technology (Biology and Chemistry)

  • Multiple Choice

  • Open Response

  • Short Answer

  • Writing Prompts


Mcas data
MCAS DATA

  • Percentage of Students at Proficient/ Advanced Levels

  • Composite Performance Index – CPI (measure of progress toward 100% proficient/advanced goal)

  • Student Growth Percentile - SGP (measure of progress in student performance over previous year compared to academic peers)


Mcas results percentage of students at proficient advanced levels 2013
MCAS RESULTSPercentage of Students at Proficient / Advanced Levels2013


Mcas results composite performance index results cpi 2013
MCAS RESULTSComposite Performance Index Results (CPI)2013


Mcas results student growth percentile sgp massachusetts 2013 median scores 50 th percentile
MCAS RESULTSStudent Growth Percentile (SGP)(Massachusetts 2013 Median Scores – 50th Percentile)

* High SGP 60 - 99

Typical SGP 40 - 59

Low SGP 0 - 39


District strengths
DISTRICT STRENGTHS

  • Scores higher than state: percentage scoring proficient/advanced and CPIs

  • Highest scores: gr. 10 ELA, math and science; gr. 6, 7 and 8 ELA and gr. 6 math; gr. 5 ELA and math; gr. 4 ELA

  • Highest CPIs: gr. 10 ELA, math and science; gr. 6, 7, and 8 ELA; gr. 5 ELA

  • Highest SGPs: gr. 10 ELA; gr. 6 and 7 ELA; gr. 5 ELA and math; gr. 4 ELA and math


District strengths continued
DISTRICT STRENGTHS (continued)

  • Increases in percentage at proficient/ advanced: gr. 10 ELA (100) and science; gr. 7 ELA; gr. 8 math; gr. 5 ELA; gr. 4 ELA and math

  • Special education CPIs higher than state CPIs

  • Gender CPIs similar

  • Small range between elementary school scores: gr. 3 reading; gr. 4 ELA and math

  • High district state rankings: gr. 10 ELA and science; gr. 7 ELA; gr. 4 ELA and math


District concerns
DISTRICT CONCERNS

  • Lowest score: gr. 8 science

  • Lowest SGP: gr. 6 and 7 math and gr. 8 ELA below state SGP

  • Lowest Special Education CPIs: gr. 3 math; gr. 6 and 7 math

  • Large range between elementary school scores: gr. 5 mathand science


District improvement steps
DISTRICT IMPROVEMENT STEPS

  • Analyze and monitor student performance results

  • Implement intervention and challenge programs

  • Implement state funded MCAS high school tutoring programs

  • Continue use of test taking and instructional strategies

  • Align curriculum with Common Core State Standards

  • Revise/update curriculum, as necessary

  • Continue professional development programs

  • Continue use of supervision and evaluation process


Massachusetts accountability reports

MASSACHUSETTSACCOUNTABILITYREPORTS

HINGHAM PUBLIC SCHOOLS DISTRICT

2013


Massachusetts accountabiltiy system
MASSACHUSETTSACCOUNTABILTIY SYSTEM

  • School Percentiles (1-99): Overall performance compared to other schools with same grade span

  • Accountability and Assistance Levels (1-5):Level 1 – highest performing to Level 5 –lowest performing – reported for all students and high needs subgroup

  • MCAS Participation:Minimum of 95% students required (ELA, math, science)


Massachusetts accountabiltiy system1
MASSACHUSETTS ACCOUNTABILTIY SYSTEM

  • Annual Progress & Performance Index / PPI(0-100):Measure of improvement toward indicator targets over two years – target of 75+

  • Cumulative Progress & Performance Index / CPPI(0-100): Combination of assessment data including indicators on performance and growth over last 4 years – target of 75+

  • CPPI Indicators: Narrowing proficiency gap (ELA, math, science), growth (ELA & math), 10% increase scoring advanced (ELA, math, science), 10% decrease scoring warning/ failing (ELA, math, science), high school only-graduation and drop out rates


Hingham 2013 accountability results school percentiles
HINGHAM 2013 ACCOUNTABILITY RESULTSSCHOOL PERCENTILES

  • East School 88

  • Foster School 88

  • PRS 98

  • South School 90

  • HMS 89

  • HHS 94


Hingham 2013 accountability results cumulative progress and performance index and state levels
HINGHAM 2013 ACCOUNTABILITY RESULTSCUMULATIVE PROGRESS AND PERFORMANCE INDEX AND STATE LEVELS


Hingham 2013 accountability results
HINGHAM 2013 ACCOUNTABILITY RESULTS

  • School Percentiles – All Schools “Highest Performing”

  • CPPI – All Students – All Schools Exceeded Target – High Levels of Progress

  • CPPI – High Needs – Met Target/Level 1:

    Foster and HHS

  • CPPI – High Needs – Below Target/Level 2:

    East, PRS, South and HMS


Dese requirements level 2 schools
DESE REQUIREMENTS LEVEL 2 SCHOOLS

  • Analyze “High Needs” data

  • Review level of implementation of “Conditions for School Effectiveness”

  • Revise School Improvement Plans with interventions and support strategies

  • Disseminate DESE required Report Cards to parents

  • Prioritize Title I funding for Level 2 schools


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