AYP FOR SPECIAL POPULATIONS: NCLB ASSESSMENT AND ACCOUNTABILITY PROVISIONS ECS State Leader Forum on Educational Accountability November 21, 2003 Stanley Rabinowitz, Ph.D. WestEd firstname.lastname@example.org. GUIDING QUESTIONS.
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AYP FOR SPECIAL POPULATIONS:NCLB ASSESSMENT AND ACCOUNTABILITY PROVISIONSECS State Leader Forum on Educational Accountability November 21, 2003 Stanley Rabinowitz, Ph.D.WestEdsrabino@wested.org
- 1% rule
- “gap” students
Principles for NCLB SE reform:
- Which languages and dialects?
- Very difficult—can’t just translate word-for-word
- Need various support documents (e.g., manuals)
- Need native language proctors
- Scoring challenges
- Comparability, reliability, and validity studies
- Students often less literate in native language
- Very expensive, time consuming, and problematic, so:
- AMAO1: increases in % making progress learning English
- AMAO2: increases in % attaining English proficiency