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1 Please mute your microphone Welcome to CESA 10

2 2 Understanding the New School Report Card

3 Agenda Overview Connection To the Bigger Picture: Agenda 2017 Report Card 101-The Basics Digging In Available Resources Next Steps

4 Wisconsins Changing Direction Agenda 2017 Standards & Instruction What and how should kids learn? Assessments and Data Systems How do we know if they have learned it? School and Educator Effectiveness How do we ensure that students have highly effective teachers and schools? School Finance Reform How should we pay for schools?

5 Standards & Instruction GOAL: All students career and college ready. Increase graduation rate from 85.7% to 92% Increase graduation rate from 85.7% to 92% Increase career and college ready from 32% to 67% Increase career and college ready from 32% to 67% Close gaps by 50% Close gaps by 50% Increase the percentage of students scoring proficient in 3 rd grade reading and 8 th grade math. Increase the percentage of students scoring proficient in 3 rd grade reading and 8 th grade math.

6 Assessments & Data Systems New Accountability System New Accountability System Bridge to the new assessments….changed cutoff scores Bridge to the new assessments….changed cutoff scores Adequate Yearly Progress, AYP, is gone Adequate Yearly Progress, AYP, is gone School Report Cards Fall, 2012 School Report Cards Fall, 2012 Next Year, District Report Next Year, District ReportCards

7 New Accountability System Multiple Measures Two Versions of the Report Card School Report Card School Report Card Detail Resources Interpretive Guide Technical Guide

8 Report Card 101 Report card data should not be shared with the public until October 8 th Public Release-PDFs posted to DPI webpage Preliminary Final-late October/November

9 Components: 1. Accountability Determination 2. Priority Areas 3. Student Engagement Indicators 4. School Information 5. WSAS Percent Proficient and Advanced

10 Accountability Score 4 Priority Areas – Engagement Indicators = SCORE

11 Priority Area 1: Student Achievement-NAEPized Cut Scores WKCE Reading Scale Score by Grade Performance Level Advanced Proficient Basic Minimal Performance READING Minimal PerformanceBasicProficientAdvanced Third Grade Fourth Grade Fifth Grade Sixth Grade Seventh Grade Eighth Grade Tenth Grade New Old

12 Priority Area 1: Student Achievement Year 2 Year 1 Year 3 Score for Reading Score for Math ProficientBasicMinimal Advanced

13 Priority Area 1: Student Achievement Page 4 & 5: Report Card Detail Points displayed in the tables are weighted so that higher performance levels, larger numbers of students, and more recent years contribute more to the score for the priority area. Retroactively adjusted to align with NAEP To protect privacy, data for fewer than 20 students will be replaced with an * on the public report cards NA used when data is Not Applicable…graduation data on an elementary report card

14 Priority Area 1: Student Achievement Page 4 & 5: Report Card Detail What observations can you make about your schools data? Do you see any trends that are of concern? What might you hypothesize about your observations? How might you use this data?

15 Priority Area 2: Student Growth Like pediatric growth percentiles Doctor takes a series of basic measurements. Those measurements are compared to children of the same age and gender. A childs measurement places him/her in a growth percentile. Example: A 6-month-old boy who is 25.5 long falls into the 75 th percentile. He is as long or longer than 75 percent of boys his age.

16 Priority Area 2: Student Growth What is being measured? Rewards progress towards higher performance levels Deducts points for students regressing below proficient Rewards schools showing rapid upward movement and having many students who are progressing. Also, rewards schools that are already doing well and maintaining their high performance

17 Priority Area 2: Student Growth

18 o Points for meeting growth trajectory o Points off for meeting declining trajectory

19 Priority Area 2: Student Growth 1 pt Prior Year Current Year Reading Score Math Score Growth Score + =

20 Priority Area 2: Student Growth Page 6-8: Report Card Detail What observations can you make about your schools data? Do you see any trends that are of concern? What might you hypothesize about your observations? How might you use this data?

21 Priority Area 3: Closing Gaps Provides a measure that corresponds to the statewide goal of having all students improve while narrowing the achievement and graduation gaps that separate different groups of students. Students With Disabilities English Language Learners Low Income Racial/Ethnic Groups

22 Priority Area 3: Closing Gaps School GroupsComparison Groups Students with Disabilities English Language Learners Economically Disadvantaged Super Group Racial Ethnic

23 Priority Area 3: Closing Gaps Two Components 1. Graduation OR Attendance Gaps 2. Achievement Gaps Change in performance from the previous year to the current year is measured for each target group. If the performance of a comparison group declined, the amount of change credited to the associated target groups is reduced.

24 Priority Area 3: Closing Gaps Pages 9-11: Report Card Detail What observations can you make about your schools data? Do you see any trends that are of concern? What might you hypothesize about your observations? How might you use this data?

25 Priority Area 4: On-Track and Postsecondary Readiness Component 1 1. Graduation rate for high schools OR 2. Attendance rate for elementary/middle schools Component rd grade reading OR 2. 8 th grade math OR 3. ACT participation and performance

26 Priority Area 4: On-Track and Postsecondary Readiness Graduation Rate = the average of a schools four-year and six-year cohort graduation rates Attendance Rate = the number of days of student attendance / total possible days of attendance

27 Priority Area 4: On-Track and Postsecondary Readiness 3 rd grade reading OR 8 th grade math…same format as student achievement ACT Participation and Performance The percentage of 12 th graders tested divided by the number enrolled The performance Reading 21 or higher English 18 or higher Math 22 or higher Science 24 or higher

28 Priority Area 4: On-Track and Postsecondary Readiness Pages 12-14: Report Card Detail What observations can you make about your schools data? Do you see any trends that are of concern? What might you hypothesize about your observations? How might you use this data?

29 How Priority Area Scores Contribute to the Base Accountability Score

30 Student Engagement Indicators Three Performance Areas 1. Test Participation Less than 85% (-10) % (-5) 2. Absenteeism of no more than 13% (-5) 3. Dropout Rate of no more than 6% (-5) Schools that fail to meet these goals will receive fixed deductions from the base accountability score they earned across the 4 Priority Areas

31 Student Engagement Indicators Page 15: Report Card Detail What observations can you make about your schools data? Do you see any areas of concern? How might you use this data?

32 The Final Accountability Determination Accountability Rating CategoryLevel of Support Accountability Score Range MinimumMaximum Significantly Exceeds ExpectationsRewards and Replication83100 Exceeds ExpectationsRewards and Replication Meets ExpectationsLocal Improvement Efforts Meets Few ExpectationsState Interventions Fails to Meet ExpectationsState Interventions052.9

33 Supplementary Report Card Data

34 In the technical report card, Annual Measurable Objectives for NCLB purposes. All students and each subgroup expected to reach the 90 th percentile within 6 years, making a minimum improvement of 1% each year. By , all student groups should reach 50% reading proficiency and 65% math proficiency.

35 Annual Measurable Objectives (AMOs) Refer to:

36 Supplementary Report Card Data Pages 16-18: Report Card Detail What observations can you make about your schools data? Do you see any trends that are of concern? What might you hypothesize about your observations? How might you use this data?

37 Review Period Schools will have 30 days following release of the Secure Preliminary Report Cards to contact the DPI if they have identified a potential data issue.

38 Available Resources Accountability Reform Page Interpretive Guide (9/21/12) Interpretive Guide Technical Guide (9/21/12) Technical Guide Parent Guide (9/21/12) Parent Guide Informational Update on School Report Cards (9/17/12) Informational Update on School Report Cards e-Learning Module: A Guide to Wisconsins School Report Card (9/24/12) e-Learning Module: A Guide to Wisconsins School Report Card e-Learning Module: A Guide to Wisconsins School Report Card(Ipad Version) (9/24/12) e-Learning Module: A Guide to Wisconsins School Report Card(Ipad Version) Report Card Release Information (9/24/12)Report Card Release Information Report Card Review Period Inquiry Form (9/24/12)Report Card Review Period Inquiry Form

39 Available Resources Every Child a Graduate Standards and Instruction: What and how should kids learn? Standards and Instruction: What and how should kids learn? Assessments and Data Systems: How do we know if they learned it? Assessments and Data Systems: How do we know if they learned it? School and Educator Effectiveness: How do we ensure kids have highly effective teachers and schools? School and Educator Effectiveness: How do we ensure kids have highly effective teachers and schools? School Finance Reform: How should we pay for schools? School Finance Reform: How should we pay for schools? Overview PDF. More Communication Resources.PDFCommunication Resources

40 Digging In Review your school report card(s) Explain each section What questions do you have? How might this data be used?

41 Next Step: Local Communication Plan Who are your key stakeholders? What will you communicate to each group? Consistent but customized message How will you communicate? Multiple means, multiple times What is your timeline?

42 Connecting the Dots Higher Expectations for Learning Common Core Standards Smarter Balanced Assessment Response to Intervention Higher Expectations for Educators Educator Effectiveness GOAL: ALL students college and career ready

43 Questions ????????????


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