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  1. Title One Program Evaluation Report to the CCSD Board of Education August 20, 2012 Bill Poock, Title One Coordinator

  2. Purpose: • To ensure that all children have a fair, equal, and significant opportunity to obtain a high-quality education and reach, at a minimum, proficiency on challenging State academic achievement standards and state academic assessments. This purpose can be accomplished by — Title One Program

  3. (1) ensuring that high-quality academic assessments, accountability systems, teacher preparation and training, curriculum, and instructional materials are aligned with challenging State academic standards; • (2) meeting the educational needs of low-achieving children • (3) closing the achievement gap between high- and low-performing children; • (4) holding schools, local educational agencies, and States accountable for improving the academic achievement of all students; Federal Action Steps

  4. (5) distributing and targeting resources sufficiently; • (6) improving and strengthening accountability, teaching, and learning by using State assessment systems designed to ensure that students are meeting challenging State academic achievement and content standards; • (7) providing greater decision-making authority and flexibility to schools and teachers; Federal Action Steps

  5. (8) providing children an enriched and accelerated educational program; • (9) promoting schoolwide reform and ensuring the access of children to effective, scientifically based instructional strategies and challenging academic content; • (10) significantly elevating the quality of instruction by providing staff in participating schools with substantial opportunities for professional development; • (11) coordinating services; and • (12) affording parents substantial and meaningful opportunities to participate in the education of their children. Federal Action Steps

  6. 75% of Title One students will meet or exceed their spring growth target on the MAP (Measures of Academic Progress). Program Goal #1

  7. Grade 2: Goal Met/Not Met? Percent of students meeting Growth targets: • Crest 79%(11/14) • Heights 56% (10/18) • Ridge 79% (19/24) • View 80% (12/15) • Total District 73% (52/71) Program Goal #1 Results

  8. Grade 3: Goal Met/Not Met? Percent of students meeting Growth targets: • Ridge 70% (7/10) • Total District 70% (7/10) Program Goal #1 Results

  9. 80% of Title One students will meet or exceed grade level targets for fluency and comprehension as measured by the spring BRI (Basic Reading Inventory). Program Goal #2

  10. Grade 1 Comprehension: Goal Met/Not Met? Percent of students meeting GL targets: • Crest 78% (22/24) • Heights58% (15/26) • Ridge 53% (9/17) • View 76% (13/17) • Total District 70% (59/84) Grade 1 Fluency: Goal Met/Not Met? Percent of students meeting GL targets: • Crest 62% (15/24) • Heights19% (5/26) • Ridge 6% (1/17) • View 71% (12/17) • Total District 39% (33/84) Program Goal #2 Results

  11. Grade 2 Comprehension: Goal Met/Not Met? Percent of students meeting GL targets: • Crest 79% (11/14) • Heights 79% (15/19) • Ridge 87% (20/23) • View 88% (14/16) • Total District 83% (60/72) Grade 2 Fluency: Goal Met/Not Met? Percent of students meeting GL targets: • Crest 15% (2/14) • Heights 39% (7/19) • Ridge 50% (11/22) • View 63% (10/16) • Total District 42% (30/71) Program Goal #2 Results

  12. Grade 3 Comprehension: Goal Met/Not Met? Percent of students meeting GL targets: • Ridge80% (8/10) • Total District 80% (8/10) Grade 3 Fluency: Goal Met/Not Met? Percent of students meeting GL targets: • Ridge30% (3/10) • Total District 30% (3/10) Program Goal #2 Results

  13. 90% of Title One Parent Survey responses are positive towards the Title One program in the areas of student services provided, communication, and opportunities for family/parent support. Program Goal #3

  14. Goal Met: 99% of Title I parents responded positively on the Spring Title I Survey- “The Title I Program is Helpful/Extremely Helpful to my Child” • View: 94% (17/18) • Heights 100% (16/16) • Ridge 100% (21/21) • Crest 100% (34/34) • System: 99% (88/89) Program Goal #3 Results

  15. Other Parent Survey responses included: • In what ways has the Title I program helped your child? Mark all that apply. • My child can use decoding skills to figure out unknown words. (13/18) (29/34) (13/36) (20/23) • (75/111 = 68%) • My child can understand what they read. (13/18) (32/34) (16/36) (19/23) • (80/111 = 72%) • My child has moved from word-by-word reading to reading in phrases and chunks. (11/18) (30/34) (14/36) (15/23) • (70/111 = 63%) • My child is more motivated to read. (13/18) (29/34) (12/36) (17/23) • (71/111 = 64%) • I notice my child’s vocabulary is expanding. (16/18) (33/34) (12/36) (18/23) • (79/111 = 71%) • What changes have you seen in your child’s confidence about reading and school? Mark all that apply. • My child picks up and reads books independently. (11/18) (30/34) (11/36) (14/23) • (66/111 = 59%) • My child shows enthusiasm for reading books. (13/18) (30/34) (10/36) (12/23) • (65/111 = 59%) • My child reads from a variety of books with a broad range of topics. (10/18) (31/34) (16/36) (15/23) • (72/111 = 65%) Program Goal #3 Results

  16. 63% of Title One parents completed the survey: • 91% for Crest (34/37) • 50% for Heights (18/36) • 53% for Ridge (21 /40) • 57% for View (18/32) System Total: 63% (91/145) Program Goal #3 Results

  17. Parent Policy/Compact: • Instead of annual meeting—hold 1:1 conferences • More frequent updates: • Parent choice • Letter • Email • Phone call • Meetings • Include data from past years to show growth over time to parents Parent Advisory Council MeetingMay 24, 2012

  18. Parent Involvement Ideas: • Family reading night • Make and take workshop • Note to parents in student’s agenda “What I learned this week in Title One” or this week • A day devoted to reading, get students and staff to wear a universal color t-shirt with literature activities (Like America Reads Day) • Motivation to attend meetings – like raffle tickets for Fun Nights? • Parent coaching—how to help at home Parent Advisory Council MeetingMay 24, 2012

  19. Improving our Program: • Video examples of reading strategies—parents and teachers on same page • More coaching-joint meetings with other buildings? • Mini-meetings with specific strategies with parents • More time to Title One teachers to plan with classroom teachers • Funding for quality literature/teaching materials • Monthly communication between parents and teacher Parent Advisory Council MeetingMay 24, 2012

  20. Continue to collaborate with classroom teachers to align instruction • Work with classroom teachers to regularly use assessment data to drive decision-making • Use developmentally appropriate strategies to increase level of performance in the area of fluency 2012 – 2013 Action Steps for Improvement