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Ohio’s Experience with AYP. Presentation to the American Educational Research Association Mitchell D. Chester April 12, 2004. Pre-Implementation Concerns. Over-identification Accountability for students with disabilities Volatility of results. Presentation Outline.

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Ohio s experience with ayp

Ohio’s Experience with AYP

Presentation to the American Educational Research Association

Mitchell D. Chester

April 12, 2004


Pre implementation concerns
Pre-Implementation Concerns

  • Over-identification

  • Accountability for students with disabilities

  • Volatility of results


Presentation outline
Presentation Outline

  • Ohio’s accountability system

  • 2002-03 AYP results

  • Measures employed to increase validity and reliability

  • Conclusions


Ohio s accountability system
Ohio’s Accountability System

  • School and district rating criteria

  • 2002-03 results









2002 03 ayp results
2002-03 AYP Results

  • AYP within rating categories

  • School Improvement within rating categories

  • Disentangling the AYP categories

















Other measures
Other Measures

  • Tests of statistical significance

  • Confidence intervals

  • Minimum N


Conclusions
Conclusions

  • 2002-03 AYP impact was lowest of pre-implementation estimates

  • Participation was not an issue

  • Need better understanding of false positives / false negatives


Conclusions continued
Conclusions (continued)

  • Volatility of results needs careful attention

  • Consequential validity is the “main event”


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