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Education YES! Updates and Plans. Michigan Department of Education Office of Educational Assessment and Accountability Office of School Improvement November, 2006. School Improvement Framework. Purposes of the School Improvement Framework

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education yes updates and plans

Education YES! Updates and Plans

Michigan Department of Education

Office of Educational Assessment and Accountability

Office of School Improvement

November, 2006

school improvement framework
School Improvement Framework
  • Purposes of the School Improvement Framework
    • Provide a common frame for continuous school improvement
    • Provide a common vocabulary regarding school improvement
    • Provide new, research-based indicators for Education YES!
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School Improvement Framework

2005 – 2006

  • Introduced School Improvement Framework
  • Introduced Rubrics
  • Conducted Rubric Pilot Study
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School Improvement Framework
  • 2006 -2007
    • Revise Rubrics based on feedback
    • Determine Education YES! Model
    • Pilot Test new Education YES! Model
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School Improvement Framework
  • Determination of Evidence Bearing Indicators
    • Brian McNulty
    • Review of School Improvement Framework and Rubrics
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School Improvement Framework
  • 39 Evidence Bearing Indicators
    • All 5 Strands
    • Strand 1: 11 Indicators
    • Strand 2: 10 Indicators
    • Strand 3: 6 Indicators
    • Strand 4: 5 Indicators
    • Strand 5: 7 Indicators
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Action Plan

Environmental Evidence

Self-assessment using SIF Rubrics

20 points

70 points

10 points

School Improvement Framework

Proposed Model

accountability components
Accountability Components
  • Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP)
    • No Child Left Behind Act
  • State Accreditation –

Education YES!

    • Michigan Revised School Code
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Education YES!

Achievement

Change

Achievement

Status

Indicators

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Education YES!
  • Developed in 2002
  • Used since 2002-03
  • Time to start looking at changes, revisions, and improvements
    • Student Achievement
    • Indicators
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Education YES! Updates
  • Student Achievement
    • Reporting of Student Progress
    • Relationship of status and progress
  • Indicators of School Performance
    • School Improvement Framework (SIF)
sif strands
SIF Strands
  • Teaching for Learning
  • Leadership
  • Personnel and Professional Learning
  • School and Community Relations
  • Data and Information Management
indicator revision schedule
Indicator Revision Schedule
  • Fall 2005 - Rubric Development
  • Winter 2005-06 - Editing
  • Spring 2006 - Pilot Testing
  • Fall 2006 – Editing based on Pilot Testing
  • Fall 2006 - Software Testing and Training
  • Winter 2006-07 - Data Collection
  • Spring 2006 – Display self-ratings on School Report Card
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Education YES! Plans 2006-07
  • Statewide Pilot
    • Indicators based on School Improvement Framework
    • Display External Data
    • Display “Extra Credit”
    • Plan revisions for student achievement
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Education YES! Plans 2007-08
  • Revised School Report Card
    • Credit for reporting self-rating, evidence and Action Plan
    • External Data part of Ed YES
    • “Extra Credit”
    • Student Progress as part of student achievement
indicators of school performance
Indicators of School Performance
  • Rubrics developed based on the School Improvement Framework
    • 90 rubrics were pilot tested in the spring of 2006
  • 2006-07 reporting based on the new rubrics
    • 39 rubrics have been selected for reporting in 2006-07 by all schools
    • All rubrics are available for school use
sample characteristic
Sample Characteristic
  • Strand 1: Teaching for Learning
  • Standard 3: Assessment
  • Benchmark A: Aligned to Curriculum and Instruction
  • Characteristic/Key Attribute 3. Multiple Measures
    • Staff members view student assessment in the broad sense as an on-going process that includes aligned standardized assessments, daily informal assessments, periodic benchmark assessments as well as a variety of culminating assessments.
sample evidence
Sample Evidence
  • Most teachers rely on an array of assessments to determine student achievement, i.e. classroom –based tests, MEAP, student portfolios and writing samples.
  • Formal assessments are sometimes aligned to curriculum. Assessments being used are changing so this will improve.
  • Data review meetings for all staff held monthly.
  • Team meetings to review grade level data held weekly.
  • Assessments used:
    • MEAP 3-8
    • Textbook pre/post tests
    • Scantron grades 3-8
    • Terra Nova K-2
    • Teacher-created assessments
    • Dibels
    • Harcourt Assessment
    • IOWA
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Scoring Indicators 2006-07
  • Schools will get “credit” for completing the self-rating and evidence
    • School must report some text in the evidence for all reported characteristics
  • Scoring methods will be documented prior to data collection
    • Little penalty for “Partially Implemented” and “Getting Started”
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External Data 2006-07
  • All Levels
    • Percent Highly Qualified Teachers
    • Student Attendance Rate
    • Parent Teacher Conference Attendance
    • Instructional Staff turnover rate
    • Percent of staff involved in Professional Development
    • Percent of new teachers mentored
    • Years of experience based on date of hire
    • Percent of teachers working under permit
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External Data 2006-07
  • Elementary
    • District offers school readiness program
  • Middle Schools
    • Percent of students taking Algebra 1
  • High Schools
    • Graduation and Dropout Rates
    • Advanced Placement and Dual Enrollment
      • Percent Participating
      • Percent Taking and Percent Passing AP exams
possible extra credit
Possible “Extra Credit”
  • Additional Data Collection and Use
    • Surveys of parents, staff, students
  • Peer Review
  • Program Distinction
  • Limit on effect of “Extra Credit” for Grade and Score
education yes plans
Education YES Plans
  • 2006-07 is a Statewide Pilot
  • 2007-08
    • Link self-rating and evidence to Action Plan
    • Additional External Data
    • “Extra Credit”
    • Student Progress related to Achievement Status
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

bielawp@michigan.gov