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  1. Goals for Education Challenge to Lead: Texas 2006 Challenge to Lead SouthernRegionalEducationBoard

  2. Transitions Pre-K to elementary school Middle grades to high school High school to college and careers Closing the achievement gaps Race/ethnicity and gender Geography Income Education systems Aligned curricula/assessments Data from schools and colleges linked Accountability to the public Themes: Challenge to Lead Goals

  3. State Profile Actual and Projected Changes Public Elementary and Secondary Enrollment U.S. SREB TX Source: SREB Fact Book on Higher Education, 2003 and2005

  4. State Profile Children Ages 18 and Younger in Poverty 2003 Sources: U.S. Census Bureau and the Annie E. Casey Foundation

  5. State Profile Percent of Students Approved for a Free or Reduced-Price Lunch 1990 and 2004 55% 51% 44% Increase in percent, 1990-2004 Percent, 1990 Sources: U.S. Census Bureau and the National School Lunch Program

  6. State Profile Racial/Ethnic Proportions Public High School Graduates United States Texas Source: Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education

  7. First-Grade Readiness Children in Poverty Compared With Children in Prekindergarten Programs 2005 DE MD 200% or more 100% to 199% Less than 100% Sources: U.S. Head Start Bureau and the National Institute for Early Education Research

  8. DE MD Achievement in the Early Grades Increases in NAEP Scale Scores Fourth-Grade Reading 1998 to 2005 1998 data not available Significant increases Source: National Center for Education Statistics

  9. U.S. SREB TX Achievement in the Early Grades NAEP Fourth-Grade Reading Results 2005 Source: National Center for Education Statistics

  10. Achievement in the Early Grades NAEP Fourth-Grade Reading Results Percent Scoring At or Above Basic by Race/Ethnicity Source: National Center for Education Statistics

  11. U.S. SREB TX Achievement in the Early Grades NAEP Fourth-Grade Reading Results Percent Scoring At or Above Basic Level by School Location, 2005 Source: National Center for Education Statistics

  12. U.S. SREB TX Achievement in theMiddle Grades NAEP Eighth-Grade Mathematics Results 2005 Source: National Center for Education Statistics

  13. Achievement in the Middle Grades NAEP Eighth-Grade Mathematics Results Basic and Above by Race/Ethnicity Source: National Center for Education Statistics

  14. U.S. SREB TX Achievement in the Middle Grades NAEP Eighth-Grade Mathematics Results Percent Scoring At or Above Basic Level Free and Reduced-Price Lunch, 2005 Source: National Center for Education Statistics

  15. Achievement in the Middle Grades Eighth-Grade Students on Track for College-Prep Math in High School, 2005 Pre-algebra Algebra I or higher 89% 70% 69% 59% 59% Source: National Center for Education Statistics

  16. High School Graduation Four-Year Graduation Rate From High School 2004 U.S. Graduation Rate: 75% Source: National Center for Education Statistics Updated 9/2006

  17. High School Graduation Graduation Rates by Race and Gender 2003 U.S. TX Source: Urban Institute

  18. College and Career Readiness Math Courses Required for College-Prep Diploma DE * * MD * * * * * Not specified Algebra I, II and geometry Algebra I and geometry • State has one standard diploma and does not specify a distinct college-prep diploma; courses indicated are for the standard diploma. * Sources: State departments of education

  19. College and Career Readiness Number of Career Courses Required in State’s Career Pathway DE DE MD Three or more courses No pathway defined One course Sources: State departments of education

  20. College and Career Readiness Percent of Graduating Seniors Taking At Least One AP Exam 2005 DE MD 23% or more 11% to 22% 10% or fewer U.S. 23% SREB 24% Source: Advanced Placement Report to the Nation, 2006

  21. College and Career Readiness SAT Test-Takers Completing 18 or More Courses in Academic Subjects U.S. TX Source: The College Board

  22. College and Career Readiness Average SAT Scores* • Verbal plus mathematics scores • Source: The College Board

  23. College and Career Readiness Average SAT Scores* by Race/Ethnicity *Verbal plus mathematics scores Source: The College Board

  24. Adult Literacy and Job Training 25- to 44-Year-Olds Without High School Credentials Enrolled in Adult Education 2000 Sources: U.S. Census Bureau and U.S. Department of Education

  25. Adult Literacy and Job Training GED Awards by Age, 2004 Adults 50 and older 2% Youth 16 and 17 19% Adults 25 to 49 29% 50% Adults 18 to 24 Number of Awards in TX: 34,515 Pass Rates: U.S. 61% SREB 63% TX 57% Source: American Council on Education

  26. U.S. SREB TX Postsecondary Certificates & Degrees Estimated College Enrollment Rates of Recent High School Graduates Source: National Center for Education Statistics

  27. Postsecondary Certificates & Degrees Adults With Bachelor’s Degrees or Higher 2000 Source: SREB Fact Book on Higher Education, 2003, 2005

  28. Postsecondary Certificates & Degrees Affordability Gap, 2004 Gap fillers State grants Merit aid Extra job Cost cuts $9,230 Needed for annual tuition/fees, room/board at Texas public four-year institutions Gap: $4,430 Gap $3,530 Pell Grant - $400 Tax Credit $1,500 SEOG - $750 Pell Grant $4,050 Expected Family Contribution $3,800 Sources: SREB-State Data Exchange and National Center for Education Statistics

  29. School Performance Standards Percent At or Above Standards Fourth-Grade Reading 2005 NAEP State standards Basic Proficient Texas TX U.S. TX U.S. 85% 59% 62% 27% 30% 79%64% 62% 29% 30% 2003 2005 Sources: Texas Education Agency and National Center for Education Statistics

  30. School Performance Standards Percent At or Above Standards Eighth-Grade Mathematics 2005 NAEP State standards Basic Proficient Texas TX U.S. TX U.S. 72% 69% 67% 25% 27% 61% 72% 68% 31% 28% 2003 2005 Sources: Texas Education Agency and National Center for Education Statistics

  31. School Performance Standards Title 1 Schools in Need of Improvement No Child Left Behind Texas, 2005 Year 1: School choice 115 Schools Year 2:Extra services58 Schools Year 3:Corrective action 3 Schools Texas had 7,908 public elementary and secondary schools in 2005. Source: Texas Education Agency

  32. School Leadership Rating: 2002 2006 Indicators Recruit and select future school leaders Redesign leadership programs to emphasize curriculum, instruction and student learning Develop programs with school-based experiences that prepare participants to lead school improvement Base professional-level licensure on improved school and classroom practices Create alternative pathways to initial licensure Provide training and support for leadership teams in low-performing schools No Progress Some Progress Substantial Progress Little Progress Promising Progress Source: SREB Learning-centered Leadership Program

  33. Qualified Teachers Secondary Mathematics Teachers Certified in Mathematics, 2004 NA – Not available Source: Council of Chief State School Officers

  34. Qualified Teachers Average Salaries of Beginning Teachers 2004 OK $29,473 AR $26,129 NM $31,920 TX $32,741 LA $29,655 U.S. $31,704 SREB $30,052 Source: American Federation of Teachers

  35. U.S. SREB TX College and University Accountability Average Salaries of Full-Time Instructional Faculty at Public Colleges and Universities 2005 Source: SREB Data Library

  36. College and University Accountability Six-Year Graduation Rates in 2004 for First-Time Freshmen Who Entered Public Four-Year Colleges and Universities in Fall 1998 Source: SREB-State Data Exchange

  37. Doctoral Master’s College and University Accountability Graduate Degrees Awarded in Sciences and Technologies Public and Private Colleges and Universities 6,301 5,123 Sources: SREB Fact Book on Higher Education, 2005, and SREB Data Library

  38. Education System That is Aligned Ninth-Grade Bulge, 2004 For every 100 eighth-graders in Texas in 2003, there were 19 MORE ninth-graders in 2004. Source: National Center for Education Statistics

  39. Education System That is Accountable K-12 Funding Changes 1999 to 2003 Sources: National Center for Education Statistics and U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

  40. SREB TX Education System That is Accountable Enrollment and Funding Changes Public Four-Year Colleges and Universities 2001 to 2005 Source: SREB-State Data Exchange

  41. SREB TX Education System That is Accountable Enrollment and Funding Changes Public Two-Year Colleges, 2001 to 2005 Maryland Source: SREB-State Data Exchange

  42. DE MD Education System That is Accountable Progress in Building the 10 Essential Elements for a Student Data System 2005 8 to 10 Elements 6 to 7 4 to 5 1 to 3 Source: National Center for Educational Accountability, August 2005 Survey