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2011-12 Non-Fiscal Class Size Reduction Data Collection Sean Millard sean.millard@fldoe.org. Presentation Purposes. i. Review 2011-12 Legislative Changes ii. Review Recent Class Size data, e.g., average trends, non-compliance percentages, etc. iii. Review steps in calculation of class size.

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presentation purposes
Presentation Purposes

i. Review 2011-12 Legislative Changes

ii. Review Recent Class Size data, e.g., average trends, non-compliance percentages, etc.

iii. Review steps in calculation of class size.

iv. Explain how to accurately report class size data.

2011 12 legislative changes
2011-12 Legislative Changes

SB 2120 (2011),

Section 9.  

Definitions.—As used in this chapter, the term: “Core-curricula courses” means:

(a) Courses in language arts/reading, mathematics, socialstudies, and science in prekindergarten through grade 3;

(b) Courses in grades 4 through 8 in subjects that are measured by state assessment at any grade level and courses required for middle school promotion;

2011 12 legislative changes cont
2011-12 Legislative Changes Cont.

(c) Courses in grades 9 through 12 in subjects that are measured by state assessment at any grade level and courses that are specifically identified by name in statute as required for high school graduation and that are not measured by state assessment, excluding any extracurricular courses pursuant to subsection (15);

(d) Exceptional student education courses; and

(e) English for Speakers of Other Languages courses.

summary of 2011 11 core course changes
Summary of 2011-11 Core Course Changes
  • Total CS Core Courses reduced from 849 (SY 1011) to 298 (SY 1112).
  • Types of courses excluded from SY 1112:
    • Foreign Language,
    • Advanced Placement, AICE (Note: pre-AICE courses included),
    • Other Examples: Botany, Zoology, Astronomy, Calculus, FL History, Political Science, Journalism, Communications, Speech, Debate, Creative Writing, Critical Thinking, Business (Math, English, etc.), etc.
2010 11 percent of charter schools that did not comply pre appeals by grade group school
2010-11, Percent of Charter Schools That Did Not Comply (Pre-Appeals), By Grade Group & School
formats elements used in class size processing
Student Course Schedule Format

District Number, Current Enrollment

School Number, Current Enrollment

District Number, Current Instruction/Service

School Number, Current Instruction/Service

Student Number Identifier, Florida

Course Number

Section Number

Period Number

Grade Level

Term

Day of Week Scheduled, Monday

Day of Week Scheduled, Tuesday

Day of Week Scheduled, Wednesday

Day of Week Scheduled, Thursday

Day of Week Scheduled, Friday

Day of Week Scheduled, Saturday

Day of Week Scheduled, Date Certain

Class Minutes, Weekly

Formats/Elements Used In Class Size Processing
formats elements used in class size processing continued
Teacher Course Format

District Number, Current Enrollment

School Number, Current Enrollment

District Number, Current Instruction/Service

School Number, Current Instruction/Service

Social Security Number (Teacher)

Term

Term/Survey Indicator

Course Number

Section Number

Period Number

Facility Type

Classroom Identification (FISH) Number

Scheduling Method

Certification/Licensure/Qualification Status

Team Teacher Training

Formats/Elements Used In Class Size Processing, continued
other important tables
Other Important Tables
  • Master School ID table - to distinguish Department of Juvenile Justice Facilities, Charter Schools, and the Florida Virtual School and its franchises
  • Core Courses for Class Size Reduction – Appendix S / DPS.DISTRICT.GQ.F70554.Yyyyy
    • Mathematics, Language Arts/Reading, Science, Social Studies, Foreign Language, English for Speakers of Other Languages, Exceptional Student Education, and courses taught in traditional self-contained elementary school classrooms.
term survey indicator
Term/Survey Indicator
  • Term 3 will always be Y, Term 1 will always be Y in Survey Period 2, and Term 2 will always be Y in Survey Period 3.
  • For the same Classroom/Course/Period/Section, if Term 6 is Y, Term 7 must be N and if Term 8 is Y, Term 9 must be N.
  • For the same Classroom/Course/Period/Section, only one of Terms J, K, L may be Y in Survey Period 2, and only one of Terms M, N, O may be Y in Survey Period 3.
  • For the same Classroom/Course/Period/Section, only one of Terms E, F, G, H, I may be Y in Survey Period 2 or 3.
  • For the same Classroom/Course/Period/Section, only one of Terms B, C, D may be Y in Survey Period 2 or 3
  • For the same Classroom/Course/Period/Section, only one of Terms T, U, V, W, X may be Y in Survey Period 2 or 3
steps in calculation
Steps in Calculation

1) Count the number of students in each class (term/course/period) in each room.

2) Determine the maincourse taught in each class based on the majority of students.

* If the same number of students are in a core and non-core course, then the main course is core.

3) Determine maingrade taught in each class based on the majority of students in that grade in the main course.

* If the same number of students are in two or more grades and in the same room, the highest single grade (not grade group) with the most students is determined to be the main grade. (Confirmed for 0910)

* Example: in the main course, there are

i. two 2nd grade students

ii. two 3rd grade students

iii. three 4th grader students

Main grade = 4th grade

steps in calculation continued
Steps in Calculation, continued

4) Identify the classes in which the main course is a “core” course. (Only these combinations are used in the remaining steps.)

5) Count the number of students in each class.

every unique classroom must be assigned a classroom id fish number
Every unique classroom must be assigned a Classroom ID/FISH number
  • DPSdd.GQ.F70393.YyyyyS – Reported Facilities List
      • File format list of facilities from FISH database (layout DPS.District.Format.Y0304(F70393)
      • Is created automatically by DOE twice a day (once in the morning and once in the afternoon.)
      • The morning run includes the updates processed overnight. The afternoon run includes updates since 12 noon.
      • The files are: DPS##.GQ.F70393.Y0607.BATCH.FISH (PM file) and DPS##.GQ.F70303.Y0607.INITIAL.FISH (AM file)
class size exclusions
Class Size Exclusions
  • MSID, Facility Types =
    • 05 (State Correctional),
    • 06 (Federal Correctional),
    • 07 (County Correctional),
    • 08 (City Correctional),
    • 10 (Home)
    • School Numbers = 3518 (McKay), 7001, 7007 (Virtual), 9994-99987 (Reportable Programs)
    • District = 68 School for Deaf/Blind, 71 (Virtual)
    • MSID, School Function Setting = D (DJJ)
exclusions continued
Exclusions, continued
  • Duplicate students in the same class

Note: students enrolled in both an Inclusion and non-Inclusion course are dropped from the non-Inclusion course.

  • Course Number begins with an alpha character
  • Period Number NN88 (where NN is numeric)
  • Days of the Week Scheduled not equal to Friday
  • Term/Survey Indicator = “N”
exclusions continued1
Exclusions, continued
  • Student Course Schedule records with no matching Teacher Course record
    • Based on the FTE keys: Year, Survey, District of Instruction, School of Instruction, Term, Period, Course, Section.
  • Teacher Course records with no matching Student Course Schedule records
    • Based on the FTE keys: Year, Survey, District of Instruction, School of Instruction, Term, Period, Course, Section.
scheduling special situations multi use classroom or pods
Scheduling Special Situations: Multi-Use Classroom or Pods

Multi-Use Classroom or Pod (Scheduling Method M) = More than one class meets during the same period in a space designated by one FISH number but separated by temporary “walls.”

  • Each teacher who is the primary teacher for each group of students should be coded with Scheduling Method “M”.
  • All of the students in the “pod” will be added together and then divided by the total number of teachers coded “M.”
scheduling special situations team teaching
Scheduling Special Situations: Team-Teaching

Team-teaching =

(i) Co-teaching (Scheduling Method “C”): “two or more teachers assigned to a group of students and each teacher is responsible for all of the students during the entire class period. In order to be considered co-teaching each teacher is responsible for planning, delivering and evaluating instruction for all students in a class or subject for the entire class period.” (HB 7081, 2007)

OR

(i) Inclusion-teaching (Scheduling Method “I”): “two or more teachers are assigned to a group of students but one of the teachers is only responsible for one student or a small group of students in the classroom.” (HB 7081, 2007)

cs team teaching adjustment formula
CS Team-Teaching Adjustment Formula
  • Co-Teaching (“C”): # of “C” students in the class/# of “C” teachers in the class.
  • Inclusion (“I”): # of “I” students in the class/# of non-I teachers in the class + 1.

Note: the product of this adjustment is added to the rest of the students in the class.

* Example: in a class there are 3 “I” students (with 1 “I” teacher) and 17 “S” students (with 1 “S” teacher).

Adjustment steps:

a. 3/2 = 1.5. 1.5 truncated = 1.

b. 1 + 17 = 18.

scheduling guidance inclusion teaching
Scheduling Guidance – Inclusion Teaching
  • I-Teachers may plausibly instruct up to 2 groups of students (course/sections) during a single period.

2. In order for the CS Team-teaching adjustment to be made, all students served by the I-Teacher must be enrolled either:

    • with the I-Teacher only in a unique Course & Section; or

b. with both the I-Teacher and the Non-I Teacher.

Note: if 2b, then

i. the I-Teacher and Non-I Teacher may be teaching the same Course, but they must be teaching different Sections; and

ii. the duplicate I-student will be dropped from the non-I teacher’s course.

scheduling guidance reporting period nn88
Scheduling Guidance: Reporting Period NN88

Report a student in each class that a student attends for any amount of time during each period.

  • Standard meeting time courses to which the student is assigned should be coded as a beginning and ending period, e.g., 0202.

2. Non-standard meeting time courses to which the student is assigned for classes that meet differing periods during the week should be coded with the first two digits as the first period the class meets during the week and 88 for the third and fourth digits, e.g., 0288.

Example, 2: a student meets with a speech therapist once a week but not on a specified day because the speech therapist travels between different schools. Because of the speech therapist’s varying schedule, the speech therapist and student meet during different periods and sometimes even different days of the week.

team teaching reporting
Team-Teaching Reporting

Teaching strategies implemented on or after July 1, 2005, may be implemented subject to the following restrictions:

  • Reasonable limits shall be placed on the number of students in a classroom so that classrooms are not overcrowded.
  • At least one member of the team must have at least 3 years of teaching experience.

Teaching experience length (Teaching Experience format ) is reported for each of the following Experience type codes:

    • F Teaching in Florida public schools
    • S Teaching in Florida nonpublic schools
    • P Teaching in out-of-state public schools
    • N Teaching in out-of-state nonpublic schools

The sum of the values in the codes F, S, P, and N must equal to 3 or greater

Continued…

team teaching reporting continued
Team-Teaching Reporting, continued

3. At least one member of the team must be teaching in-field.

* In-field data is reported on Teacher Course format,

element Certification/Licensure/Qualification Status,

codes A, H, I, M, S or V.

4. Each teacher must be trained in team-teaching methods within 1 year after assignment.

* Team-teacher training data is reported on Teacher Course format, element Team Teacher Training, codes A-D. (Code Z is for team teachers in non-class size courses)

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More Special Situations: Term CombiningWhen multiple terms are scheduled in the same classroom/period based on Term/Survey Indicator = Y:
more special situations
More Special Situations

No core courses taught on Friday:

  • The algorithm only counts classes taught on Friday.
  • Some schools have NO CORE COURSES scheduled on Fridays.
  • If an ENTIRE school has no core courses scheduled on Friday, code the Day of the Week Scheduled, Date Certain “Y.”
improving data quality class size reports
Improving Data Quality: Class Size Reports

F70465 – Schools found on the Master School ID list, but not the Class Average Table

F70466 - Numerator and Denominators for all schools (including Charter and DJJ) found on Class Average Table (ASCII version in process)

  • F70588 – F70466 in File Format

F70467 – Classrooms with either 10 students over cap, or 10 or fewer for PK-3 (including Charter and DJJ)

  • F70470 - F70467 in File Format

F70468 - Classrooms with either 10 students over cap, or 10 or fewer for 4-8 (including Charter and DJJ)

  • F70471 - F70468 in File Format

F70469 - Classrooms with either 10 students over cap, or 10 or fewer 9-12 (including Charter and DJJ)

  • F70472 - F70469 in File Format
more class size reports
More Class Size Reports

F70408 - Class Average Report - By school/district (includes Charter and DJJ Schools)

  • F70587 - F70408 in File Format

F70412 - Class Size Report, Grades PK-3, Based on Class Average Table (includes Charter and DJJ Schools)

  • F70424 - F70412 in File Format

F70413 - Class Size Report, Grades 4-8, Based on Class Average Table (includes Charter and DJJ Schools)

  • F70425 - F70413 in File Format

F70414 - Class Size Report, Grades 9-12, Based on Class Average Table (includes Charter and DJJ Schools)

  • F70426 - F70414 in File Format
class size reports cont
Class Size Reports, cont.

F70415 - Class Size Report, District Summary, Based on Class Average Table (includes Charter and DJJ Schools)

Revised in 2010 to include: Adjusted Students Over the Max, Average Class FTE, Class FTE Over the Max

  • F70615 - F70415 in File Format

F71167 – Same data as shown in F70415 except Only Traditional Classes Over the Max

  • F71167 - F71168 in File Format
checking your data
Checking your Data

DPSdd.GQ.F70465.YyyyyS

  • Schools on the MSID but not on the Class Average Table
  • Check to see that all appropriate schools are reported

DPSdd.GQ.F70467-469.YyyyyS

  • 10 or more over the max or 10 or fewer in term/classroom/period
  • Very large classrooms may be, e.g., multiple classes reported in one room, Team teaching reported incorrectly, etc.
  • Very small classrooms may be, e.g., individual PK students in separate facilities, A-teachers with only 1 group of students, etc.
improving data quality appeal reasons
Improving Data Quality: Appeal Reasons
  • Unexpected student growth:
  • Comparison of actual 3rd FEFP calculation (December) of FTE with the projected 1st calculation (May).
  • Any increase in actual student FTE is applied to non-compliant schools.
  • Done automatically regardless of a formal appeal.

2. Inability to hire teachers

  • Must provide documentation (e.g., interview schedules, board meeting minutes, etc.) showing good faith effort made to hire teachers a reasonable amount of time before survey week.

3. Data reporting errors

  • Must provide independent evidence (e.g., student/teacher schedules, etc.) for correct data during survey week.
web application class size online
Web Application: Class Size Online

Login page: http://doeweb-prd.doe.state.fl.us/EDS/classsize/index.cfm

  • Select School Year and Survey
  • All schools in your district are provided in a drop down menu
  • For each school, you will see a list of every FISH, Term, Period combination. Main Course, Core Course, and Main Grade are displayed
  • For each FISH/Term/Period combination, Course, Section, Facility Type, and whether the course is Excluded is displayed
  • For each Course taught in the FISH/Term/Period, Teacher, Scheduling Method and # of Students by Grade is displayed
questions
Questions?

Submit Questions to

sean.millard@fldoe.org

Or call

(850) 245-9912