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1 All You Ever Wanted to Know about Graduation, Completion, and Dropout Rates System Support Team Region XIII © 2011 Region XIII

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3 These rates tell the story of what happened to our students as they moved through our educational system. They are lagging indicators – data reported is from the previous year. © 2011 Region XIII

4 Grades © 2011 Region XIII

5 Annual Dropout Rate for Standard Accountability = Grades 7 -8 © 2011 Region XIII

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7 Annual Dropout Rate for AEA Accountability = Grades © 2011 Region XIII

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9 Completion Rate I and II = Grades and Year 5 State Accountability © 2011 Region XIII

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11 Graduation Rate = Grades Year 5 AYP © 2011 Region XIII

12 DROPOUT Graduate Receive a GED Continue school outside the public school system Begin college Die A student who does NOT: Get expelled © 2011 Region XIII

13 DROPOUT RATE CALCULATION Grades 7 and 8 © 2011 Region XIII

14 Grades 7 and 8 DROPOUT RATE CALCULATION © 2011 Region XIII

15 DROPOUT RATE All student groups who meet minimum size AND have at least 5 dropouts will be evaluated. 30 /10%/50 Rule + 5 Dropouts All Students African American Hispanic White Economically Disadvantaged Required Improvement may be used to obtain the next higher rating. Standard Accountability © 2011 Region XIII

16 DROPOUT RATE Only the All Student group, if it meets minimum size AND has at least 10 dropouts, will be evaluated. Required Improvement may be used to obtain the next higher rating. AEA © 2011 Region XIII

17 DROPOUT RATE EVALUATION State Accountability Standard Accountability Gr % AEA Accountability Gr % © 2011 Region XIII

18 Cohort Longitudinal Analysis COMPLETION AND GRADUATION RATES © 2011 Region XIII

19 TERMINOLOGY FOR LONGITUDINAL RATES Graduate: Graduated from a Texas public school in year 1, 2, 3, or 4 (or year 5 for five-year rates). Continuer: Enrolled in school-start window in year 5 (or year 6 in five-year rates). GED Recipient: Received GED by August 31. Dropout: Dropped out in year 1, 2, 3, or 4 (or year 5 in five- year rates). © 2011 Region XIII

20 Year 1 of each cohort begins with the school year in which the students enter 9 th grade for the first time GRADE 9 © 2011 Region XIII

21 The cohort changes as students enroll and leave the school in years 2, 3, and 4. Permissible Leavers are removed from the cohort. Students that transfer to the school in years 2, 3 or 4 are added to the cohort. © 2011 Region XIII

22 GRADE 10 Homeschool Transfer to ISD Dropout GED Retained © 2011 Region XIII

23 GRADE 11 Returned to Home Country Private School Transfer credits = 10 th grader. Entered 9 th grade in ‘ Added to cohort Class of Dropout GED © 2011 Region XIII

24 GRADE 12 Court ordered GED program GED Mover Dropout GED © 2011 Region XIII

25 SUMMER 2011 GED © 2011 Region XIII

26 FALL 2011 C C C C C GED Must re-enroll by School-Start Window – Last Friday in Sept © 2011 Region XIII

27 FINAL STATUS – FALL YEAR 5 C C C C C GED © 2011 Region XIII

28 FINAL STATUS – FALL YEAR 5 C C C C C Graduates Continuers GED Dropouts GED © 2011 Region XIII

29 COMPLETION RATE Completion Rate I – Standard Acct C GED C Completion Rate II – AEA Acct C GED C + AA – 75% RE – 85% EX – 95% AA – 60% © 2011 Region XIII

30 COMPLETION RATE All student groups who meet minimum size AND have at least 5 dropouts will be evaluated. 30 /10%/50 Rule + 5 Dropouts All Students African American Hispanic White Economically Disadvantaged Required Improvement may be used to obtain the next higher rating. Standard Accountability © 2011 Region XIII

31 COMPLETION RATE Required Improvement may be used to obtain the next higher rating. AEA Only the All Student group, if it meets minimum size AND has at least 10 dropouts, will be evaluated. © 2011 Region XIII

32 GRADUATION RATE Graduation Rate - AYP C GED % © 2011 Region XIII

33 In 2012, all student groups who meet minimum size will be evaluated. 50 /10%/200 Rule All Students African American Hispanic White Economically Disadvantaged There are 5 ways to meet graduation rate! GRADUATION RATE Special Ed LEP © 2011 Region XIII

34 GRADUATION RATE 1 Meet the statewide 4-year Graduation Rate goal of 90.0% C GED + ++ Class of 2011 = 90.0% © 2011 Region XIII

35 GRADUATION RATE C GED + ++ Class of 2011 = 75.0% 2 Meet the 4-year Annual Graduation Rate Target of 75% © 2011 Region XIII

36 GRADUATION RATE C GED + ++ Class of 2010 = 90.0% 3 Meet the 4-year Safe Harbor Target (a 10.0% decrease in the difference between the prior year rate and 90.0%) % 27.7% X 10.0% = 2.8 © 2011 Region XIII

37 GRADUATION RATE C GED + ++ Class of Meet the 4-year Safe Harbor Target (a 10.0% decrease in the difference between the prior year rate and 90.0%) 2.8 ≥ - C GED + ++ Class of 2011 © 2011 Region XIII

38 GRADUATION RATE C GED + ++ Class of ≥ - C GED + ++ Class of Meet the 4-year Improvement Target (a 1.0% increase from the prior year 4-year Graduation Rate) © 2011 Region XIII

39 GRADUATION RATE 5 Meet the 5-year longitudinal Annual Graduation Rate Target of 80% (for the class of 2010). C GED + ++ Class of 2010 © 2011 Region XIII

40 CLASS OF 2010 FINAL STATUS FALL YEAR 5 C C C C C Graduates Continuers GED Dropouts GED CCCC # of Continuers that graduated by Aug 31 of Year 5 © 2011 Region XIII

41 GRADUATION RATE 5 Meet the 5-year longitudinal Annual Graduation Rate Target of 80% (for the class of 2009). C GED + ++ Class of 2010 C % = © 2011 Region XIII

42 Common Mistakes in Leaver Reporting Campus office staff do not have a process in place to monitor all enrollment and withdrawal data. Campus does not submit a leaver record. Campus does not follow up on a student who intended to enroll elsewhere to see if he or she actually enrolled. Campus does not document why a student left. Campus knows why a student left but submits the wrong code. © 2011 Region XIII

43 WHAT CAMPUSES CAN DO Each student served on the campus in one school year must be accounted for the next fall either through TEA or campus records. Each campus must have a process in place to track cohorts. EDIT+ reports available in the fall provide the full roster of students expected to be accounted for. Student-level listings providing final statuses for every student in a campus’s cohort is released in June on TEASE. © 2011 Region XIII

44 Erin Monge Coordinator, System Support ESC Region XIII | © 2011 Region XIII


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