Accountability Scorecards. An Early Orientation to the Future of Michigan School Accountability October 23-24, 2012. Background Information. Michigan applied and was approved for ESEA flexibility for 2012-13 school year and onward.
An Early Orientation to the Future of Michigan School Accountability
October 23-24, 2012
“Michigan School Accountability Scorecards”
DistrictScorecards & SchoolScorecards
Decreasing # points received and increasing # targets not met…
*These may not be the exact shades utilized in the final scorecard product (still under development).
have remained the same!
95% Assessed Met 95% Assessed Not Met
*These colors are given ONLY on the participation target portion of the scorecard. This does not change your entire school/district status.
Targets are based on 2011-12 proficiency rates:
School has 65% proficiency in 2011-12 school year. School must be 85% proficient by 2021-22 school year.
Subtract baseline target from end target rate and divide by the number of school years in between.
(85 – 65)/10 = +2% annual increment of target
The school’s target would be 67% in 2012-13, 69% in 2013-14, 71% in 2014-15, and so on.
Example school ends at (at least) 85% proficient in subject
Example school starts from 65% proficient in subject
1. Calculate single year proficiency rate. Go to 2 if target is not met.
2. Calculate weighted two year proficiency rate. Go to 3 if target is not met.
3. Calculate weighted three year proficiency rate. Go to 4 if target not met.
4. Calculate Safe Harbor. If not met, cell is red (0 points).
Students considered proficient are…
For ‘True Proficiency’ purposes:
For ‘Accountable Proficiency’ purposes:
3 Possible colors to receive for this target area:
* A school/district’s overall status color is automatically yellow if it has a redfor the “All Students” group for this target.
2 Possible colors to receive for this target area:
*A school/district receiving a red indicator for attendance cannot have an overall color ranking better than yellow.
# Received Pts = % Points Received
# Possible Pts
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