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MSIP 5 MARE Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education February 16, 2013 Dr. Ron Wilken, State Supervisor Missouri Department of Elementary.

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1 MSIP 5 MARE Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education February 16, 2013 Dr. Ron Wilken, State Supervisor Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

2 Major MSIP 5 changes  Status is three year average not five year  Eliminates 14 METS…..Uses 140 points  Replaces H1, H2, AVG, BA, Floor with TARGET, ON-TRACK, APPROACHING, FLOOR  New Super Subgroup designation  Emphasis placed on AP & dual credit classes  Measures Growth in addition to progress  Considers ACT, SAT, COMPASS, & ASVAB test  New Accreditation with Distinction designation  Emphasis on Alg I & English I EOC at 8th grade. 2

3 1. Academic Achievement Subgroup Achievement College and Career Readiness Attendance Rate Graduation Rate Total Points 140 points k points k-8 MSIP 5 Performance Standards 3

4 Academic Achievement CA Mathematics ScienceSocial StudiesTOTAL Status Target = 16 On Track =12 Approach =9 Floor =0 Target = 16 On Track =12 Approach =9 Floor =0 Target = 16 On Track =12 Approach =9 Floor =0 Target = 8 On Track =6 Approach =4.5 Floor =0 Progress Target = 12 On Track =6 Approach =3 Floor =0 Exceeds = 12 On Target =6 Approach =3 Floor =0 Exceeds = 12 On Target =6 Approach =3 Floor =0 Exceeds = 6 On Target =3 Approach =1.5 Floor =0 Growth Target = 12 On Track =6 Approach =3 Floor =0 Target = 12 On Track =6 Approach =3 Floor =0 Points Possible Subgroup Achievement CA Mathematics ScienceSocial StudiesTOTAL Status Target = 4 On Track =3 Approach =2 Floor =0 Target = 4 On Track =3 Approach =2 Floor =0 Target = 4 On Track =3 Approach =2 Floor =0 Target = 2 On Track =1.5 Approach =1 Floor =0 Progress Target = 3 On Track =2 Approach =1 Floor =0 Target = 3 On Track =2 Approach =1 Floor =0 Target = 3 On Track =2 Approach =1 Floor =0 Target = 1.5 On Track =1 Approach =.5 Floor =0 Growth Target = 3 On Track =2 Approach =1 Floor =0 Target = 3 On Track =2 Approach =1 Floor =0 Points Possible

5 College & Career Ready CCR * 1-3 CCR *4 CCR * 5-6 High School Ready HSRTOTAL Status Target= 10 On Track =7.5 Approach =6 Floor =0 Target= 10 On Track =7.5 Approach =6 Floor =0 Target= 10 On Track =7.5 Approach =6 Floor =0 Target= 10 On Track =7.5 Approach =6 Floor =0 Progress Target = 7.5 On Track =4 Approach =2 Floor =0 Target = 7.5 On Track =4 Approach =2 Floor =0 Target = 7.5 On Track =4 Approach =2 Floor =0 Target = 7.5 On Track =4 Approach =2 Floor =0 Points Possible Attendance Graduation Attendance Graduation Rate 4/5/6/7 TOTAL Status Target= 10 On Track =7.5 Approach =6 Floor =0 Target = 30 On Track =22.5 Approach =18 Floor =0 Progress Target = 7.5 On Track =4 Approach =2 Floor =0 Target = 22.5 On Track =12 Approach =6 Floor =0 Points Possible

6 APR 6

7 APR Breakdown 7

8 Academic Achievement 8

9 Subgroup Achievement 9

10 College/Career Ready 10

11 Attendance/Graduation Rate 11

12 Academic Achievement - Status  Set Standardized Status Expectation for all districts.  Use 3 most recent years to calculate status. Full academic year for accountability; report all students.  Use an Index to calculate and add percent proficient for reporting. Achievement Level Point Value MSIP 5 Below Basic1 Basic 3 Proficient 4 Advanced 5 12

13 Achievement LevelIndex Point Value# of Students Index points Below Basic6 x25=150 Basic7 x35=245 Proficient8 x40=320 Advanced9 x30=270 Total Index Points MPI---Map Percentage Index (4 th ) Total Index PointsTotal # of StudentsMPI 985/130=7.58* Year 1 Year 2Year 43 year total 3 year average =2283/ 3261

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15 3. (K-12 only) College and Career Readiness (CCR) – The district provides adequate post-secondary preparation for all students. 10 points each grouping…30 points total. 1. The percent of graduates who scored at or above the state standard on any department- approved measure(s) of college and career-readiness, for example, ACT ®, SAT ®, COMPASS ® or Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB), meets or exceeds the state standard or demonstrates required improvement. 2. The district’s average composite score(s) on any department-approved measure(s) of college and career readiness, for example, ACT ®, SAT ®, COMPASS ® or Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB), meets or exceeds the state standard or demonstrate(s) required improvement. 3. The percent of graduates who participated in any department-approved measure(s) of college and career readiness, for example, ACT ®, SAT ®, COMPASS ® or Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB), meets or exceeds the state standard or demonstrates required improvement. 4. The percent of graduates who earned a qualifying score on an Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB), or Technical Skills Attainment (TSA) assessments and/or receive college credit through early college. dual enrollment, or approved dual credit courses meets or exceeds the state standard or demonstrates required improvement. 5. The percent of graduates who attend post-secondary education/training or are in the military within six (6) months of graduating meets the state standard or demonstrates required improvement. 6. The percent of graduates who complete career education programs approved by the department and are placed in occupations directly related to their training, continue their education, or are in the military within six (6) months of graduating meets the state standard or demonstrates required improvement, 15

16 CCR * 1-6 HSR * 1 16

17 CCR *1-3 Status ACT SAT-R/M COMPASS ASVABWeight 26> 1190> NA > 990> 66M & 81R > 870> 66M OR 81R <18 <870 <66 & <81 <30 NO TEST at graduation

18 CCR *1-3 Status Calculation 18 STEP 1- Determine the number of students scoring at or above the state standard and multiply by associated point value. No. of GraduatesPointsPoints Earned No Score19x x x x x Total * ACT ® scores and approximately equivalent scores derived from other assessments must be equal to or greater than the ACT ® anchor score in order to be included in the number of students scoring at or above the state standard.

19 CCR *4 Status 10 status/ 7.5 progress Qualifying Score AP (any)3 or higher IB (any)4 or higher TSA (approved)Pass Early CollegeCollege credit Dual EnrollmentA or B Dual Credit (approved)A or B 19

20 CCR *5-6 Status 10 status/ 7.5 progress 20 No. Grads X Points Number of Graduates who attend post-secondary education Number of Graduates who attend post-secondary training Number of Graduates who are in the military Number of Graduates who complete a Department- approved Career Education Program and are placed in an occupation directly related to their training Number of Graduates Without recognized placement Total STEP 1- Determine the number of students with recognized post-secondary placement and multiply by associated point value.

21 Attendance 10 Points possible 21

22 Attendance Status 22  STEP 1- Determine the number of students with qualifying attendance and multiply by associated point value.  STEP 2- Divide the number of points earned by the number of students and multiply by 100. No. of Students PointsPoints Earned With Attendance Rate < 90%30x00 With Attendance Rate >90%240x Total270x240 Points earned No. of Students Percent 240/270=.888x %

23 Graduation Rate  4, 5, 6, 7 year graduation rates will be calculated, the highest will be used. 23

24 Accreditation Levels  Accredited With Distinction >90% of points + other criteria as determined  Accredited >70% of points  Provisional >50% to 69.9% of points  Unaccredited < 50% of points 24

25 PRELIMINARY Impact Percent Total Points Earned No. of Districts Percent of Districts Cumulative Percent of Districts Number of Students Percent of Students Cumulative Percent of Students 90% % 205, % 80%-89.9% %65.3%348, %64.2% 70%-79.9% %89.2%157, %82.5% 60%-69.9% 417.9%96.9%65,2257.6%90.0% 50%-59.9% 91.7%98.7%28,7343.3%93.4% 40%-49.9% 30.6%99.2%9,1231.1%94.4% 0%-39.9% 4.08%100.0%47,9935.6%100.0% 25

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29 Questions? Comments?  Ron Wilken  

30 THANK YOU!!! 30


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