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1 School and District Report Cards Validation WebEx Jon Wiens Office of Assessment Oregon Department of Education

2 Changes to the Report Card Disaggregated cohort and NCES graduation rates on the summary sheets. Disaggregated cohort and NCES graduation rates on the summary sheets. Attendance for uses 3 rd period ADM. Attendance for uses 3 rd period ADM. Participation rating now includes Science participation. Participation rating now includes Science participation.

3 Report Card Timeline Sept 91 st Preview of Summary sheets and unsuppressed details Sept 16 SAT validation closes. Sept 232 nd Preview Sept 30 3 rd Preview. All appeals due. Oct 5Final district preview Oct 6District and media webinars Oct 7Public Release

4 Report Card Overview The main report card includes a lot of data. The main report card includes a lot of data. Much of this was validated prior to September 9. Much of this was validated prior to September 9. We are correcting several formatting errors and reposting on Sept 16 th. We are correcting several formatting errors and reposting on Sept 16 th. Sept 16 th repost will include state and national SAT data. Sept 16 th repost will include state and national SAT data.

5 RC Validations Here is partial list of RC Validations: ValidationOpenedClosed NCES Graduation (High School Completers)Mar 4Apr 2 Dropout Rate (Early Leavers)Mar 4Apr 2 General FundApr 29May 28 ESD SupportApr 29May 28 Bond LevelApr 29May 28 Videoconferencing FacilitiesApr 29May 28 Classes taught by Highly Qualified TeachersJun 3Jun 24 Emergency CertificationJun 3Jun 24 Spring MembershipJun 8Jul 23 AttendanceJun 8Jul 23

6 RC Validations (contd) ValidationOpenedClosed School Size6/87/23 Students attending from/in another district6/87/23 English Language Learners6/87/23 Expulsions due to Weapons7/87/15 School Personnel7/88/13 Class Size (elementary)7/88/13 SAT Scores9/99/16 Report Card detail and summary sheets9/99/30

7 How to Validate Log into the secure ode district site. Log into the secure ode district site. Choose Applications Choose Applications Select Report Card/AYP Select Report Card/AYP Select one of: Select one of: –School and District Report Card PDF –School Report Card Detail PDF –SAT Scores: note that the SAT data we receive from the college board is the latest test for the student, not the highest test.

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11 School Report Card Summary Data Elements

12 School at a Glance -- HS

13 School at a Glance -- Elem

14 School at a Glance – data details Number of Students – based on average daily membership from 3 rd period cumulative ADM. Excludes program type 02 and 03 Number of Students – based on average daily membership from 3 rd period cumulative ADM. Excludes program type 02 and 03 SAT scores – collected directly from the college board SAT scores – collected directly from the college board Attendance – is from 3 rd period cumulative ADM. Uses only program type 01 Attendance – is from 3 rd period cumulative ADM. Uses only program type 01 Participation – based on reading, math, writing AND science at all tested grades. Participation – based on reading, math, writing AND science at all tested grades. Graduation Rate – both the old NCES rate and the new cohort rate are shown. Graduation Rate – both the old NCES rate and the new cohort rate are shown.

15 Achievement Data

16 The Academic Achievement charts use AYP reporting rules: –Students resident at the school on May 3 –Full Academic Year –1% flags for extended assessments The Improvement chart uses: –Percent meeting or meeting growth targets –High schools show graduation rates. Next year this will show four- and five-year cohort rate data. Data is suppressed if –Fewer than 6 students –Greater than 95% met –Less than 5% met –Graduation data is not suppressed Writing at Grades 4 and 7 is not displayed

17 Statewide Assessment Results

18 The Student Achievement chart uses PAGR reporting rules: –All students resident at the school on May 3, no full academic year required –All extended assessments are not met –Transitioning LEP students are not included in LEP subgroup Data is suppressed if –Fewer than 6 students –Greater than 95% met, in which case both the meets and exceeds columns show >95.0 –Less than 5% met, in which case both the meets and exceeds columns show < 5.0 The Student Participation table has: –PAGR participation rates Science staging is open, so results may differ slightly from PAGR.

19 Account- ability Information

20 Accountability Information Shows the AYP met/not met status at your school. Shows the AYP met/not met status at your school. The order of subgroups differs from the AYP report, but is consistent with earlier pages of the RC. The order of subgroups differs from the AYP report, but is consistent with earlier pages of the RC. This page also contains the local information panel. This page also contains the local information panel.

21 District Report Card Summary Data Elements

22 Front Page The first page of the district report card shows: District AYP status District AYP status Report Card rating for each school in the district, and the AYP school improvement status for each school. Report Card rating for each school in the district, and the AYP school improvement status for each school.

23 District Information

24 Bar charts show grade by grade percent met according to AYP rules: –Students resident in the district on May 3 –Full Academic year within the district –1 percent cap Data is suppressed if –Fewer than 6 students –Greater than 95% met –Less than 5% met Writing at Grade 4 and 7 is not displayed

25 District Information Participation includes reading, math, science and writing Participation includes reading, math, science and writing Attendance is from 3 rd period ADM Attendance is from 3 rd period ADM HQT High Poverty and Low Poverty schools are in the highest and lowest quartiles for FRL percent in the state. HQT High Poverty and Low Poverty schools are in the highest and lowest quartiles for FRL percent in the state. HQT and Emergency Cert Data utilizes data from the TSPC HQT and Emergency Cert Data utilizes data from the TSPC

26 Statewide Assess- ment Results

27 Statewide Assessment Results The Student Achievement chart uses PAGR reporting rules: –All students resident in the district on May 3, no full academic year required –All extended assessments are not met –Transitioning LEP students are not included in LEP subgroup Data is suppressed if –Fewer than 6 students –Greater than 95% met, in which case both the meets and exceeds columns show >95.0 –Less than 5% met, in which case both the meets and exceeds columns show < 5.0 The Student Participation table has: –PAGR participation rates Science staging is open, so results may differ slightly from PAGR.

28 Account- ability Information

29 Accountability Information District AYP status. Note that all grade bands have been combined. District AYP status. Note that all grade bands have been combined. NAEP Results. NAEP does not provide scores for districts or schools. NAEP Results. NAEP does not provide scores for districts or schools. Financial Data. Note that this is for Financial Data. Note that this is for

30 Report Card Detail Sheets and School Rating Formula

31 Rating Components Achievement Achievement –An index that utilizes growth and weights students in underperforming subgroups Improvement (high schools only) Improvement (high schools only) –The two-year improvement in the performance index Attendance or Graduation Attendance or Graduation Participation Participation –Includes reading, math, writing, AND science AYP Status AYP Status

32 Detail Sheet Cover Page

33 The Achievement Index Utilizes the Growth model Utilizes the Growth model –Students not meeting in the prior year are given a growth target for the current year. Those students whose score is at or above their growth target will have Met Growth Points awarded according to: Points awarded according to: –133 points for Exceeds –100 points for Meets –100 points for Did Not Meet, but Met Growth –0 points for Did Not Meet and did not meet growth Use the same students as are used for AYP Use the same students as are used for AYP –includes extended assessments –includes the 1% cap for extended assessments

34 Weighting of Subgroups To address the Achievement Gap, a schools Achievement Index is a weighted average of the achievement those in subgroups with an historic statewide achievement gap. To address the Achievement Gap, a schools Achievement Index is a weighted average of the achievement those in subgroups with an historic statewide achievement gap. The weighting of subgroups does not provide extra credit to schools with students in the subgroups. The weighting of subgroups does not provide extra credit to schools with students in the subgroups. Schools with significant achievement gaps will see a negative impact on their achievement index. Schools with significant achievement gaps will see a negative impact on their achievement index. Schools in which subgroups are outperforming the all students subgroup will see a positive impact on their index. Schools in which subgroups are outperforming the all students subgroup will see a positive impact on their index.

35 The Achievement Index Subgroups included in the weighted index: Subgroups included in the weighted index: –All Students –Students with disabilities –Limited English proficient –Economically Disadvantaged –American Indian/Alaskan Native –Black (not of Hispanic origin) –Hispanic Achievement Index Cut-scores OutstandingSatisfactory In Need of Improvement Elementary/Middle 90.0 or Higher 60.0 to 89.9 Less than 60.0 High Schools 80.0 or Higher 50.0 to 79.9 Less than 50.0

36 Detail Sheet - Achievement

37 Improvement (High Schools) Since high school students do not have growth targets, we measure improvement in high schools as the year to year improvement in student performance. Since high school students do not have growth targets, we measure improvement in high schools as the year to year improvement in student performance. Schools with an Improved rating will have their achievement rating raised by one category. Schools with an Improved rating will have their achievement rating raised by one category.

38 Detail Sheets: Improvement Index for High Schools

39 Improvement - Example

40 Other Indicators Graduation: High Schools with a two-year total of at least 20 graduates and dropouts Graduation: High Schools with a two-year total of at least 20 graduates and dropouts Cohort rates have been included for information only. They will be included in the rating next year. Cohort rates have been included for information only. They will be included in the rating next year. Attendance: Elementary/Middle schools and high schools with small numbers of graduates/dropouts Attendance: Elementary/Middle schools and high schools with small numbers of graduates/dropouts All schools are rated on participation in reading, math, writing AND science. All schools are rated on participation in reading, math, writing AND science.

41 Other Indicators The ratings for these other indicators can limit a schools overall rating, as shown below. The ratings for these other indicators can limit a schools overall rating, as shown below. Limit for Overall Rating Indicator In Need of Improvement SatisfactoryOutstanding Graduation Less than to or Higher Attendance Less than to or Higher Participation Less than or Higher

42 Detail Sheets: Additional Indicators

43 Calculating the Overall Rating 1. The preliminary school rating is the Achievement Rating 2. If the Attendance/Graduation or Participation ratings are lower than the Achievement Rating, reduce the overall rating to the lowest of these two ratings 3. If the school received a Met on AYP, the school can be rated no lower than Satisfactory. This step overrides any prior designation of In Need of Improvement

44 Overall Rating - Example

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47 Resources Main Report Card Page Main Report Card Page Report Card Manuals Report Card Manuals Report Card Calculators and How to Reads Report Card Calculators and How to Reads Longitudinal Student Growth Model: Longitudinal Student Growth Model:


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