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  1. Navigating our Accountability Systems2008-2009 1

  2. …objectives for today • Review state and federal accountability systems • Discuss changes to the state system • Engage in a process for analyzing the Spring 2008 assessment data and using that data to plan for instruction 2

  3. The Forces of Transition Federal State Local Leadership Data/Information/Updates Refocus, Renew, Retool Transition Abandon Adopt 3

  4. Texas Accountability Systemfor 2008-09The Texas System 4

  5. Movie clip… TEA- monkey CISD- dog 5

  6. Overall Design • The overall design of the state accountability system is an improvement model • Campuses and districts must meet either an absolute standard or an improvement standard for each accountability measure at the Academically Acceptable level 6

  7. Rating Labels Campuses and districts are assigned the same rating labels: • Exemplary • Recognized • Academically Acceptable • Academically Unacceptable 7

  8. State Accountability Indicators • Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills (TAKS) Reading/English Language Arts (ELA) • TAKS Writing • TAKS Mathematics • TAKS Social Studies • TAKS Science • TAKS for students with Disabilities: • TAKS-A ; TAKS-M ; TAKS-Alt • Completion Rate (grades 9-12) • Annual Dropout Rate (grades 7-8) 8

  9. Additional Requirements for Exemplary & Recognized Districts: • cannot have any campuses rated Academically Unacceptable • must meet underreported students standards (cannot have more than 500 or greater than 5% underreported students) 9

  10. Texas Assessment ofKnowledge and Skills(TAKS) 10

  11. TAKS Accountability Subsets • District mobility: District ratings are based on test results for students enrolled in the district on the PEIMS fall “as of” date • Campus mobility: Campus ratings are based on test results for students enrolled on the campus on the PEIMS fall “as of” date 11

  12. TAKS Subjects and Grades • Reading, grades 3-9; ELA, grades 10-11 (combined/evaluated as a single subject) • Writing, grades 4 and 7 • Mathematics, grades 3-11 • Social Studies, grades 8, 10-11 • Science, grades 5, 8, 10-11 12

  13. Use of TAKS Accommodated • TAKS Accommodated use will be phased in: • In 2009 (this year) TAKS-A scores will continue to be used in all science, all social studies, Exit level math, and Exit level ELA. • In 2010 TAKS-A scores will be used in all other grades and subject areas 13

  14. TAKS-Modified & TAKS-Alternative • Both TAKS-M and TAKS-Alt (for students with significant disabilities) will be utilized in our AEIS system beginning in the spring of 2011 14

  15. TAKS Student Groups TAKS performance is evaluated forAll Students and for the following student groups meeting minimum size requirements: • African American • Hispanic • White • Economically Disadvantaged 15

  16. TAKS Minimum Size forStudent Groups • 30/10%/50 • Student groups are evaluated if the campus or district has test results for at least 30 students in the group (summed across grades) for the subject and that represents at least 10% of all tests takers in that subject, or test results for at least 50 students in the group even if that represents less than 10% of all test takers in that subject 16

  17. TAKS Small Numbers • TAKSperformance is always evaluated for All Students • Campuses and districts with less than 30 total students tested on TAKS receive special analysis to determine if the initial rating assigned is an aberration or an indication of consistent performance 17

  18. TAKS Standard: Exemplary • The TAKS standard for all subjects for an Exemplary campus and district rating is set at • 90% 18

  19. TAKS Standard: Recognized • The TAKS standard for all subjects for a Recognized campus and district rating is set at: • 75% in 2008 and 2009 • 80% starting in 2010 19

  20. TAKS Standard: Minimum 2008 2009 2010 • ELA 70 70 70 • Wtg 65 70 70 • S.S. 65 70 70 • Math 50 55 60 • Sci 45 50 55 20

  21. TAKS Standards: 20072008 AA/Re/Ex AA/Re/Ex Reading/ELA 65 / 75 / 90 70 / 75 / 90 Writing 65 / 75 / 90 65 / 75 / 90 Social Studies 65 / 75 / 90 65 / 75 / 90 Mathematics 45 / 75 / 90 50 / 75 / 90 Science 40 / 75 / 90 45 / 75 / 90 21

  22. TAKS Standards: 20092010 AA/Re/Ex AA/Re/Ex Reading/ELA 70 / 75 / 90 70 / 80 / 90 Writing 70 / 75 / 90 70 / 80 / 90 Social Studies 70 / 75 / 90 70 / 80 / 90 Mathematics 55 / 75 / 90 60/ 80 / 90 Science 50 / 75 / 90 55 / 80 / 90 22

  23. TAKS Required Improvement (RI) • Campuses and districts not meeting the absolute standard for any TAKS subject (All Students or any student group) can meet the accountability criteria for that measure by demonstrating RI 23

  24. TAKS RI (cont) RI applies to campuses and districts not meeting the absolute performance standard for: • Academically Acceptable • Recognized Campuses and districts must have at least 70% MetStandard to be eligible for the RI option at the Recognized level 24

  25. Gold Performance Acknowledgments (GPA) 25

  26. GPA Campus and District Indicators • Advanced Course Completions • AP/IB Results • Attendance Rate • Commended Performance (Reading/ELA, Mathematics, Writing, Science, & Social Studies) • Recommended High School Program • SAT/ACT Results • THEA Equivalency 26

  27. Labels (state ratings and AYP status)Exemplary, Meets AYPExemplary, Missed AYP [reason]Recognized, Meets AYPRecognized, Missed AYP [reason]Academically Acceptable, Meets AYPAcademically Acceptable, Missed AYP [reason]Academically Unacceptable, Meets AYPAcademically Unacceptable, Missed AYP [reason] 27

  28. Federal AccountabilityAYP & PBMAS 28

  29. movie clip… TEA & the Federal System • clip 29

  30. NCLBThe Federal Accountability System 30

  31. NCLB Accountability Provisions • Stronger academic standards • Tests aligned with rigorous State standards • Adequate yearly progress • Results reported according to student groups • Access to highly qualified teachers 31

  32. NCLB Philosophy • LEA has responsibility to take meaningful measurements of student progress so parents can make informed choices about their children’s education. 32

  33. NCLB and IDEA Tension • IDEA is individualistic and geared toward providing services tailored to each child. • NCLB is more concerned with setting standards and holding schools, districts and states accountable for them. 33

  34. NCLB Accountability Provisions • School report cards which detail student performance • Consequences for schools that fail to make progress • Within twelve years, all students performing at a proficient level under individual state’s standards 34

  35. NCLB Student Achievement Performance Goals: • All students will reach proficiency or better in reading and mathematics by 2013-14. • All limited English proficient students will become proficient in English and reach high academic standards. • By 2005-2006, all students will be taught by highly qualified teachers. 35

  36. NCLB Student Achievement Performance Goals: • All students educated in a safe, drug free environment conducive to learning: • Unsafe school choice option • All students will graduate from high school. 36

  37. Implications for Title I Schools NOT Meeting AYP Year 1: School Choice Year 2: Supplemental Education Services Year 3: Corrective Action Year 4: Restructuring Year 5: Alternative Governance 37

  38. Texas AYP Targets Reading/English Language Arts and Mathematics Grades 3-8 and 10 summed across grade levels by subject for reading/language arts and mathematics 38

  39. NCLB in Texas The final word from USDE 39

  40. The 1% Cap and 2% Cap 40

  41. Improvement Measure 41

  42. from TAKS to E.O.C.- • Class of 2014 will have to take twelve End-of-Course exams in order to graduate • Begins with the 2008-09 sixth grade class • Subject areas: Math, English, Science, Social Studies • Scores of 70 must be earned in three tests for each subject area • EOC scores will count as 15% of students’ final grade in courses 42

  43. Movie clip- Ever felt like this??? 43

  44. New possibilities... (ratings based on analysis of growth)? (an average of performance measures)?? (stars earned by comparison to similar schools)??? 44

  45. Data Analysis What do I do with all this data? A process for improvement! 45

  46. …a look ahead • Review new reports – what do they say? • Revisit a process for analyzing the Spring 2008 assessment data and using that data to plan for instruction 46

  47. Tools and resources • ADM • TAKS-TEKS correlations • INOVA • Released tests 47

  48. INOVA 48

  49. Test scores… • Raw score • Number of items answered correctly on a subject area test. • Review the phase in standards. • TAKS scale score (4 digits) Met Standard = 2100 • Commended = 2400 • HER =2200 (ELA/Math) 49

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