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district and school performance frameworks 101

District and School Performance Frameworks 101

Colorado Department of Education

Webinar

September 2011

http://www.cde.state.co.us/Accountability/Downloads/SPF-WebinarSept2011.pptx

agenda
Agenda
  • The Big Picture
  • Background on the DPF/SPF
  • Measures and metrics on the SPF
  • Walkthrough of the SPF
  • Uses of the DPF/SPF
  • Additional Tools & Support from the State
where do the dpf spf fit into cde s strategic priorities
Where do the DPF/SPF fit into CDE’s strategic priorities?

DRAFT

Setting high standards for what all students should know and be able to do

Assessing and supporting students in mastering the standards

Ensuring effective educators for every student and effective leaders for every school

CDE’s Strategic Priorities

High Expectations

Effective

Educators

Every Student Career & College Ready

Every Student Career & College Ready

Innovation & Choice

Accountability & Improvement

OrganizationalExcellence

Measuring how well schools and districts are meeting the needs of students

Using data to continuously improve district, school, and student performance

Fostering and enabling innovative approaches to teaching and learning

Ensuring students and their families can choose the schools that best meet their needs

aligning accountability and support
Aligning Accountability and Support

All students will exit Colorado’s K-12 education system ready for postsecondary education and workforce success. - Colorado's Achievement Plan for Kids (CAP4K) SB08-212

  • Federal Accountability
  • NCLB
  • Special Education
  • State Accountability
  • Accreditation
  • PPR

Competitive Grants and Strategic Partnerships

aligning accountability and planning
Aligning Accountability and Planning

All students will exit Colorado’s K-12 education system ready for postsecondary education and workforce success. - Colorado's Achievement Plan for Kids (CAP4K) SB08-212

UIP

UIP

UIP

UIP

UIP

UIP

SPF/DPF

Grad.

AYP

HQ

AMAO

Program Performance

  • Federal
  • NCLB
  • Special Education
  • State
  • Accreditation
  • PPR

Competitive Grants and Strategic Partnerships

agenda1
Agenda
  • The Big Picture
  • Background on the DPF/SPF
  • Measures and metrics on the SPF
  • Walkthrough of the SPF
  • Uses of the DPF/SPF
  • Additional Tools & Support from the State
dpf and spf background
DPF and SPF Background
  • Required by the Education Accountability Act of 2009 (SB-163)
  • All districts receive a District Performance Framework (DPF). This determines their accreditation rating.
  • All schools receive a School Performance Framework (SPF). This determines their school plan types.
  • All districts and all schools submit an improvement plan using the Unified Improvement Plan template. Components:
    • Trends, Root Causes, Targets, Strategies, Resources, Interim Measures & Implementation Benchmarks
dpf and spf purposes
DPF and SPF Purposes
  • Focus attention on what matters most.
  • Provide a body of evidence related to state-identified performance indicators to support school and district performance management.
  • Support school and district efforts to evaluate their performance.
  • Establish a common framework for the state to use to hold schools accountable for performance.
  • Identify schools that need additional support (Priority Improvement and Turnaround).
accreditation plan types
Accreditation & Plan Types
  • Accreditation designations:
    • Accredited with Distinction (10%)
    • Accredited (50%)
    • Accredited with Improvement Plan (25%)
    • Accredited with Priority Improvement Plan (10%)
    • Accredited with Turnaround Plan (5%)
  • School plan types:
    • Performance Plan (60%)
    • Improvement Plan (25%)
    • Priority Improvement Plan (10%)
    • Turnaround Plan (5%)
  • Implications
agenda2
Agenda
  • The Big Picture
  • Background on the DPF/SPF
  • Measures and metrics on the SPF
  • Walkthrough of the SPF
  • Uses of the DPF/SPF
  • Additional Tools & Support from the State
how does the framework focus on these indicators
How does the framework focus on these indicators?
  • Assigns a rating to each of the performance indicators:
    • Exceeds, Meets, Approaching, Does not meet
  • The ratings roll up to an overall evaluation of the school/district’s performance, which determines the school’s plan type assignment:
    • Performance, Improvement, Priority Improvement, Turnaround
1 year vs 3 year data
1 year vs. 3 year data
  • CDE provides two different versions of the School Performance Framework Reports:
    • The most recent year of data (1-year SPF, 2011)
    • The most recent three years of data (3-year SPF, 2011)
  • Only one report counts for official accountability purposes:
    • The one under which the school has ratings on a higher number of the performance indicators, or
    • If the school has ratings under an equal number of indicators, the one under which it received a higher total number of points.
agenda3
Agenda
  • The Big Picture
  • Background on the DPF/SPF
  • Measures and metrics on the SPF
  • Walkthrough of the SPF
  • Uses of the DPF/SPF
  • Additional Tools & Support from the State
school performance framework overview
School Performance Framework Overview
  • Page 1: Summary of school performance, including plan type assignment and ratings for each performance indicator
  • Page 2: Details of school performance by indicator and sub-indicator
  • Page 3: Scoring guides including cut scores
  • Page 4: Comparison data
academic achievement status
Academic Achievement (status)
  • Performance Data: the percent of students in the school scoring at the proficient or advanced achievement level
  • Comparison: Compared to the distribution of percent proficient and advanced scoring students in all other schools* in the state.
  • Scoring Guide: sets the percentile cut-points for each rating.
    • Approaching = 15th percentile
    • Meets = 50th percentile
    • Exceeds = 90th percentile

* Does not included schools with N of less than 16 or Alternative Education Campuses

academic growth
Academic Growth
  • Performance data: Median Growth Percentile and Median Adequate Growth
  • Comparison:
    • What was my school’s median growth percentile?
    • Was my school’s median growth percentile adequate? (yes or no)
    • How did my school’s median growth percentile compare to state expectations for growth?
  • Scoring guide:sets the cut-points for median growth percentile using two tables that depend on whether or not the school met adequate growth
adequate growth
Adequate Growth
  • What is adequate growth?
  • Based on catch-up and keep-up growth.
calculating adequate growth for students scoring below proficient catching up
Calculating Adequate Growth for Students Scoring Below Proficient: Catching Up

6th grade

7th grade

8th grade

9th grade

10th grade

Proficient

76 is the minimum-this student’s adequate growth percentile

80

85

95

76

80

76

85

Not Proficient

80

76

76

calculating adequate growth for students scoring below proficient catching up1
Calculating Adequate Growth for Students Scoring Below Proficient: Catching Up

6th grade

7th grade

8th grade

9th grade

10th grade

55th percentile growth will not be enough for this student to catch up – his current growth is not adequate.

Proficient

76

76

76

76

Not Proficient

55

55

55

55

calculating adequate growth for students scoring above proficient keeping up
Calculating Adequate Growth for Students Scoring Above Proficient: Keeping Up

6th grade

7th grade

8th grade

9th grade

10th grade

Proficient

79

50

50 is the maximum -this student’s adequate growth percentile

38

25

50

38

50

25

38

50

12

Not Proficient

calculating adequate growth for students scoring above proficient keeping up1
Calculating Adequate Growth for Students Scoring Above Proficient: Keeping Up

6th grade

7th grade

8th grade

9th grade

10th grade

79

79

Proficient

79

79

50

50

50

79th percentile growth will be enough for this student to keep up – his current growth is adequate.

50

Not Proficient

median adequate growth
Median Adequate Growth

AGP Sorted AGPs Median AGP

45

78

99

32

11

91

55

67

43

10

77

Median Adequate Growth for this school is 55

Adequate growth percentiles for all catch-up and keep-up students

Search for the middle value…

adequate growth1
Adequate Growth
  • What was my school’s median growth percentile?
  • Was my school’s median growth percentile adequate?
    • If MGP > AGP = yes
    • If MGP < AGP = no
  • How did my school’s median growth percentile compare to the state’s expectations for growth?
    • Plug into Growth Scoring Guide/decision tree
growth gaps
Growth Gaps
  • Performance data: Median Growth Percentile and Median Adequate Growth for disaggregated student groups
  • Comparison:
    • What was the disaggregated group’s median growth percentile?
    • Was the group’s median growth percentile adequate? (yes or no)
    • How did the group’s median growth percentile compare to state expectations for growth?
  • Scoring guide:sets the cut-points for median growth percentile using two tables that depend on whether or not the school met adequate growth
postsecondary and workforce readiness
Postsecondary and Workforce Readiness
  • See the back page of the performance framework report for:
  • The state average dropout rate.
  • The state average ACT Composite Score.
  • Note: State averages are different for 1-year vs. 3-year metrics.
indicator points
IndicatorPoints
  • Points earned on a scale of 0-4
  • Sum the sub-indicator points for the total indicator points.
  • Convert to % (points earned/points eligible for the indicator).
indicator ratings
Indicator Ratings
  • Based on the % of points earned of the points eligible for the indicator.
  • Cut-points on page 3 of SPF
framework weighted points
Framework (Weighted) Points
  • Each indicator is weighted differently in the overall plan type assignment (page 1 SPF).
  • Multiply the percent of points earned by the weight for each indicator (Eligible points).
  • These are your framework points for each indicator.
arriving at a plan type assignment
Arriving at a Plan Type Assignment
  • Sum framework points for each indicator.
  • Convert this sum to a percentage (of 100).
  • Use % of framework points to determine the plan type assignment.
  • See “Cut-points for plan type assignment” on page 3 to determine plan type assignment.
agenda4
Agenda
  • The Big Picture
  • Background on the DPF/SPF
  • Measures and metrics on the SPF
  • Walkthrough of the SPF
  • Uses of the DPF/SPF
  • Additional Tools & Support from the State
uses of the dpf spf
Uses of the DPF/SPF
  • Select a report www.schoolview.org/performance.asp
  • What does the report tell you?
    • Where is the school doing well?
    • Where is it struggling?
  • What doesn’t the report tell you ?
    • What additional information do you need to understand its performance?
  • How can you use your SPF/DPF in your UIP?
district performance framework
District Performance Framework
  • Mirrors the School Performance Framework
  • Distribution of district accreditation categories similar to school plan type distribution
    • 10% Accredited with Distinction
    • 50% Accredited
    • 25% Accredited with Improvement Plan
    • 10% Accredited with Priority Improvement Plan
    • 5% Accredited with Turnaround Plan
  • Safety and Finance assurances
    • Districts not meeting either their Safety or Finance assurances will default to Accredited with Priority Improvement (or stay in Priority Improvement or Turnaround if they are already there) until they meet requirements.
agenda5
Agenda
  • The Big Picture
  • Background on the DPF/SPF
  • Measures and metrics on the SPF
  • Walkthrough of the SPF
  • Uses of the DPF/SPF
  • Additional Tools & Support from the State
additional resources
Additional Resources
  • CDE Accountability Website: http://www.cde.state.co.us/Accountability/index.asp
  • SPF Tutorial: http://www.cde.state.co.us/media/training/SPF_Online_Tutorial/player.html
  • UIP Website: http://www.cde.state.co.us/Accountability/UnifiedImprovementPlanning.asp
  • SchoolView: http://www.schoolview.org/
    • Colorado Growth Model
    • SchoolView Data Center
    • SchoolView Data Lab
additional resources1
Additional Resources
  • CDE Staff
    • Bill Bonk, Longitudinal Growth Consultant, bonk_w@cde.state.co.us
    • Marie Huchton, Senior Statistical Consultant, huchton_m@cde.state.co.us
    • Somoh Supharukchinda, State Accountability, supharukchinda_s@cde.state.co.us
  • Federal Programs Staff
    • http://www.cde.state.co.us/FedPrograms/ov/contacts.asp - Alyssa Pearson & Donna Morganstern