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Wisconsin Alternate Accountability Webinar Agenda: • What schools participate in the Alternate Accountability process? • Completing the Alternate Accountability form • Alternate Accountability Ratings • Required Documentation • Reporting Options • Questions?
Alternate Accountability Participation The Alternate Accountability process is for schools that do not have the necessary data to calculate standard report card scores. These include: • New schools • Schools with fewer than 20 full academic year (FAY) students • Schools without tested grades (excluding K-2 schools with a direct feeder pattern) • Schools exclusively serving at-risk students (must also complete At-Risk Designation Form)
Forms and Information Available at: http://acct.dpi.wi.gov/acct_altact
General Information and Signatures School Principal and District Administrator must sign form to assure data accuracy and meet documentation requirements
Alternate Accountability Performance Priority Areas Alignment with standard report cards, including: • Academic Achievement – Reading/English Language Arts May use measures of attainment, growth, and/or gap closing as evidence of achievement • Academic Achievement – Mathematics May use measures of attainment, growth, and/or gap closing as evidence of achievement • Other Outcomes – On Track • On-track for next educational level and/or career and college ready • May include graduation, attendance, course completion, discipline, or other local measures
Alternate Accountability Ratings • Performance Ratings • Each of the 3 performance priorityareas will receive a rating based on the outcomes described on the form. • Improving • Maintaining • Declining • Accountability Rating (overall) • Based on the 3 performance ratings, an Alternate Accountability Rating will be determined. • Alternate Rating – Satisfactory Progress • Alternate Rating – Needs Improvement
Reading/English Language Arts Achievement Other examples of evidence: WKCE, student report cards, classroom assessments, AIMS Web assessment, STAR Reader, Scholastic Reading Inventory, etc.
Mathematics Achievement Other examples of evidence: WKCE, ACT Plan, MAP test, classroom assessments, AIMS Web assessment, STAR Reader, Scholastic Reading Inventory, etc.
Other Outcomes Other examples of evidence: Project completion reports, community service completion, student report cards, classroom assessments, rates of discipline, etc.
Draft Alternate Accountability Public Reporting Options? Include results in the 2013-14 School Report Card Data Download File, available at: http://reportcards.dpi.wi.gov/ Alternate Accountability detail tab on download file to include the 3 performance ratings?