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Update on Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) . Michigan Department of Education Office of Educational Assessment and Accountability Paul Bielawski. Adequate Yearly Progress. Participation - 95% tested MEAP, MME, or MI-Access Achievement - Proficiency

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update on adequate yearly progress ayp

Update on Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP)

Michigan Department of Education

Office of Educational Assessment and Accountability

Paul Bielawski

adequate yearly progress
Adequate Yearly Progress
  • Participation - 95% tested
      • MEAP, MME, or MI-Access
  • Achievement - Proficiency
      • Meet state objective or “safe harbor” target for improvement
    • Participation and Proficiency
      • Must meet in both Math and English Language Arts
      • Must meet for whole school and subgroups
  • Additional Academic Indicator
      • Graduation Rate – 80% - high schools
      • Attendance – 85% - elementary and middle schools
ayp updates
AYP Updates
  • New for 2007-08
    • Growth Model Pilot
    • Cohort Graduation Rate
  • New for 2008-09
    • New Graduation Rate Rules
  • New in 2009-10
    • Modified Full Independence
growth model message
Growth Model Message
  • Focus on “improvement”
    • Don’t work only with “bubble” students
    • Getting from 4-L to 3-L is enough improvement to be “on trajectory”
  • The growth models provides modest adjustments
nclb graduation rate
NCLB Graduation Rate
  • NCLB requires that AYP include a graduation rate based on the percentage of students that
    • Receive a REGULAR high school diploma
    • In the STANDARD number of years
  • AYP (including a graduation rate) is required for ALL schools
graduation rates for 2007 08 ayp
Graduation Rates for 2007-08 AYP
  • The Graduation/Dropout Review and Comment Application from CEPI provides the graduation rates used for AYP for the class of 2008
  • The application will open in January/February of 2009
graduation rate clean up
Graduation Rate Clean-Up
  • UIC Linking
  • Transfers
    • Out-of-State
    • Non-public School
    • Home School
  • Contested Claims
  • Fifth Year Extensions
fifth year students
Fifth Year Students
  • Districts will be able to designate certain students not expected to graduate in four years
    • Students with disabilities
    • English language learners
    • Medically Condition or Diagnosis
ayp and graduation rate
AYP and Graduation Rate
  • The AYP target graduation rate will remain at 80%
  • Improvement in the graduation rate will substitute for meeting the target using “safe harbor”
new graduation rate rules
New Graduation Rate Rules
  • Published October 29, 2008
  • Four-year on-time graduation rates must be published
  • States may seek federal approval to use 5 or 6 year graduation rates for AYP
  • Unsure if federal approval is likely for 2008-09 AYP determinations
  • States must justify graduation rate targets and improvement goals
contact information
Contact Information

Paul Bielawski

Office of Educational Assessment and Accountability

Michigan Department of Education

PO Box 30008

Lansing, MI 48909

(517) 335-5784

bielawskip@michigan.gov