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  1. Overview • “School Grading Rule” 6A-1.09981 • Proposed CS/SB 1522 • ESEA Waiver CAO March 2012

  2. Simulated Florida School Grade Distribution Actual 2011, New Achievement Level Standards and SWDsand ELLs Included, and Removal of ESE Schools, Low 25% Target, and Reading Threshold Adapted from FDOE

  3. Simulated SDPBC School Grade Distribution Actual 2011, New Achievement Level Standards and SWDs and ELLs and ESE Schools Included Adapted from FDOE

  4. FY2011 Simulated School Grades Urban 7 Districts

  5. “School Grading Rule” 6A-1.09981 STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION APPROVED February 28, 2012 Overview of Changes

  6. ALL SCHOOL LEVELS Performance Learning Gains Low 25% Gains

  7. School Assessment Grading Matrix

  8. 1 – New Achievement Scale and Levels 1: FCAT 2.0 Reading (All) FCAT 2.0 Math (ES, MS) Algebra 1 EOC (MS, HS) • *FY11 scores placed on new achievement scale & levels

  9. 2 & 3 – ELL and SWD Students 2 & 3: ELL who are enrolled in a U.S. school 1 year or more All SWD

  10. 4 – New SWD FAA Learning Gains Model 4: SWD students in Level 1, 2 or 3 who score at the same FAA level in prior and current year, and • increase relative to their prior-year score by more than the statewide standard error

  11. 5 - Replace DSS Learning Gains Model 5: Students in Level 1 or 2 who score at the same level in prior and current year Level 1 = +2 DSS points Level 2 = +1 DSS point beyond average grade to grade growth of the state

  12. 6 & 7 – Weighted Learning Gains for Level 4 and 5 Students 6 & 7: Students who move 1 or more levels to Level 4 = 1.1 weight Level 5 = 1.2 weight

  13. 8 - Removes Level 3 students from Low 25% Gains calculation

  14. Postpones to FY2013 a: Less than 25% at Level 3+ reading - reduce 1 school letter grade b: Low 25% Adequate Progress penalty

  15. Elementary School Grading Criteria for FY2012

  16. FY12 Elementary School Grading Criteria 1: New Achievement Scale and Levels 2 & 3: ELL & SWD students 4: New SWD FAA learning gains model 5: Replace DSS learning gains model 6 & 7: Weighted Level 4 & 5 learning gains 8: Removes L3+ from L25% gains calculation a. Postpones L3+ reading threshold penalty b. Postpones Low 25% adequate progress penalty

  17. 5 - Replace DSS Learning Gains Model Minimum increase in vertical scale scores to make a learning gain for students who remain at Level 1 or 2. FCAT 2.0 Reading and Mathematics developmental scales are located in the resources section at the end of this slide show.

  18. 5 - Replace DSS Learning Gains Model Minimum increase in vertical scale scores to make a learning gain for students who remain at Level 1 or 2 FCAT 2.0 Reading and Mathematics developmental scales are located in the resources section at the end of this slide show.

  19. Elementary School FY2012 Grading Criteria A = 525 or more and 95% tested B = 495 – 524 and 90% tested C = 435 – 494 and 90% tested D = 395 – 434 and 90% tested F = Less than 395 and 90% tested Postpones to FY2013: Low 25% Adequate Progress penalty L3+ reading threshold penalty

  20. Middle School Changes for FY2012

  21. Middle School Mathematics Higher of Two Scores 1: Includes FCAT 2.0 Math or Algebra 1 EOC Uses higher of the two scores

  22. Middle School Postpones to 2013 • Postpones Accelerated Coursework Component • Algebra 1 EOC

  23. FY12 Middle School Grading Criteria 1: New Achievement Scale and Levels, including Algebra 1 EOC 2 & 3: ELL & SWD students 4: New SWD FAA learning gains model 5: Replace DSS learning gains model 6 & 7: Weighted Level 4 & 5 learning gains 8: Removes L3+ from L25% gains calculation a. Postpones L3+ reading threshold penalty b. Postpones Low 25% adequate progress penalty - Postpones Accelerated Coursework, Alg. 1 EOC

  24. 5 - Replace DSS Learning Gains Model Minimum increase in vertical scale scores to make a learning gain for students who remain at Level 1 or 2 FCAT 2.0 Reading and Mathematics developmental scales are located in the resources section at the end of this slide show.

  25. Middle School FY2012 Grading Criteria A = 525 or more and 95% tested B = 495 – 524 and 90% tested C = 435 – 494 and 90% tested D = 395 – 434 and 90% tested F = Less than 395 and 90% tested Postpones to FY2013: Low 25% Adequate Progress penalty L3+ reading threshold penalty

  26. High School Changesfor FY2012

  27. High School 2 - Applies Algebra 1 EOC to Math Cells • 2a: Passing scores of middle school students entering grade 9 • 2b & c: Grade 9 students who took Alg. 1 EOC and have prior FCAT 2.0 Math scores

  28. FY12 HighSchool Grading Criteria Weights R, M, W components by 1.143 to equate to an 800-point scale 1: New Reading Achievement Scale and Levels 2: Algebra 1 EOC in Math cells 3 & 4: ELL & SWD students 5: New SWD FAA learning gains model 6: Replace DSS learning gains model 7 & 8: Weighted Level 4 & 5 learning gains 9: Removes L3+ from L25% gains calculation a: Postpones L3+ reading threshold penalty b: Postpones Low 25% adequate progress penalty c: Postpones Science in calculation

  29. High School5 - Replace DSS Learning Gains Model Minimum increase in vertical scale scores to make a learning gain for students who remain at Level 1 or 2 FCAT 2.0 Reading and Mathematics developmental scales are located in the resources section at the end of this slide show. • Common scale score refers to a score that is assigned on both the Algebra 1 EOC and the prior-year FCAT 2.0 Math • FDOE will determine the common scale at a later date.

  30. High School FY2012 FCAT/FCAT 2.0 Grading Criteria A = 1050 or more, 95% tested, and meet At-risk Grad. criteria B = 990 – 1049 and 90% tested C = 870 – 989 and 90% tested D = 790 – 869 and 90% tested F = Less than 790 and 90% tested Postpones to FY2013: Low 25% Adequate Progress penalty L3+ reading threshold penalty Science in calculation

  31. High SchoolAdditional Components

  32. High School 10 – Changes to Grad Rate & At-Risk Grad Rate • 50/50 • 10a: Federal Uniform Rate (4 year adjusted cohort) • 10b: Modified Federal Uniform Rate (5 year adjusted cohort) – includes SWD who earn special diplomas

  33. High School 11 – Changes At-Risk Graduation Rate Threshold • 11: Changes threshold from 75% to 65% to earn “A”, or: • - If current year rate is at least 55%, improve by at least 1% point over the prior year’s rate • - If current year rate is below 55%, improve by at least five 5% points over the prior year’s rate

  34. High School 12 – Accelerated Coursework Participation • 12: Includes grade 9 & 10 students who take an accelerated exam and/or dual enrollment course (FAA students not included)

  35. High School 13 – Growth/Decline Points 13: Limits maximum in each component to 10 points, limits minimum to 5 points Growth 0 to 4% points = 0 points 5 to 9% points = 5 points 10% + points = 10 points Decline 10% or greater points = 5 point reduction

  36. FY12 HighSchool Grading Criteria ChangesBased on “School Grading Rule” 6A-1.09981 10: Changes to Grad. Rate & At-Risk Grad. Rate 11: Changes At-Risk Grad. Rate Threshold 12: Accelerated Coursework Participation 13: Growth/Decline Points

  37. High School FY2012 FCAT/FCAT 2.0 Grading Criteria A = 1050 or more, 95% tested, and meet At-risk Grad. criteria B = 990 – 1049 and 90% tested C = 870 – 989 and 90% tested D = 790 – 869 and 90% tested F = Less than 790 and 90% tested Postpones to FY2013: Low 25% Adequate Progress penalty L3+ reading threshold penalty Science in calculation

  38. Proposed CS/SB 1522 Overview of Changes

  39. Proposed CS/SB 1522 • Eliminates differentiated accountability categories • FDOE identifies public schools for interventions based upon a school earning a grade of “D” or “F” • Convert the school to a district-managed turnaround school • Reassign students to another school and monitor the progress of each reassigned student • Close the school and reopen it as one or more charter schools, each with a governing board with a demonstrated record of effectiveness • Contract with an outside entity that has a demonstrated record of effectiveness to operate the school • Districts to develop a hybrid version of the four existing options or use another school turnaround model demonstrated to be effective in improving school performance

  40. Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) Waiver USDOE Approved February 9, 2012 Overview of Changes

  41. ESEA Waiver • Includes ELL students who have been in the country more than one year in all components of the school grading system • Includes all SWD students in all components of the school grading system

  42. ESEA Waiver • Determines support status by using school grades • Identifies only schools graded as “C”, “D”, or “F” for differentiated support

  43. Differentiated Support of Schools Support C D F

  44. ESEA Waiver • Establishes monitoring of student NCLB groups by FDOE, districts, and schools using FDOE annual reports

  45. PROGRESS MONITORING REPORT Reduce % non proficient in half by FY2017 OR Current Safe Harbor calculation AYP GROUPS

  46. RESOURCES http://www.fldoe.org/esea/ • Commissioner of Education Video • FDOE PowerPoint as PDF • FAQs

  47. Florida State Board of Education February 28, 2012 Meeting Materials • Approval of Amendment to Rule 6A-1.09981, Implementation of Florida's System of School Improvement and Accountability (PDF, 333KB) • February 27, 2012, Letter of Clarification and Direction from USDOE re: ESEA Waiver (PDF, 458KB) • Florida's School Grading System - 2011-12 Changes Presentation (PDF, 975KB) • Amendment #1 (PDF, 436KB) • Amendment #2 (PDF, 25KB) • Amendment #3 (PDF, 76KB) Not taken up. • Amendment #4 (PDF, 37KB) • Amendment #5 (PDF, 84KB) • Amendment #6 (PDF, 81KB)

  48. FCAT 2.0 Reading Developmental Scale Scores

  49. FCAT 2.0 Mathematics Developmental Scale Scores