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1 A-F Report Card Update Tommi Leach and Kelly Arrington, ODCTE

2 A-F Report Card Update HB 1658 made changes to the A-F Report Card Signed by the Governor on 5/24/13 Law goes into effect 90 days after Governor signs

3 A-F Report Card Rule Changes Rules will be defined by the State Department of Education and approved by the State Board of Education SDE will have rule changes prepared to implement immediately after law goes into effect Will affect the Report Cards that are released in September 2013

4 A-F Report Card Changes Last year the report card was divided into 3 parts: achievement, growth, whole school performance Whole School Performance is no longer part of the overall grade calculation Schools have the opportunity to gain up to 10 bonus points applied towards their final grade Proficient and Advanced are no longer weighted differently. In calculating performance and growth index, each of these performance levels are awarded 1 point

5 A-F Report Card Changes GPA is no longer calculated for the district or site. A final index is translated into the grade Each bonus point component is all or nothing, e.g. if graduation rate is worth 5 points, a school will either receive all 5 points or zero points Any bonus points will be added to the final report card index. The maximum possible score will be 110

6 A-F Report Card for % - student performance, as measured by allocating 1 point for each student who scores proficient or advanced on the CRT, EOI and alternative tests divided by the number of students taking the tests 90%-100% = A 80%-89% = B 70%-79% = C 60%-69% = D 59% and below = F

7 A-F Report Card for % - student growth – 25% - whole school growth, as measured by allocating 1 point for each student who improves proficiency levels or improves substantially within a proficiency level on CRT and EOI tests divided by the number of students taking the tests – 25% - growth in the bottom quartile of students, as measured by allocating 1 point for each student in the bottom quartile who improves proficiency levels or improves substantially within a proficiency level on CRT and EOI tests divided by the number of students taking the tests

8 High School Bonus Criteria Five (5) bonus points are earned for a graduation rate of 90% or higher One (1) bonus point for advanced coursework One (1) bonus point for college entrance exams One (1) bonus point for low performing 8 th graders graduation rate One (1) bonus point for overall EOI performance One (1) bonus point for year-to-year growth in any of the above

9 A-F Report Card – Bonus Points Graduation Rate - 5 points if 4-year graduation rate is 90% or higher CALCULATION: # graduates ÷ # graduates + # dropouts + # still enrolled – not graduating 90%-100% = A 80%-89% = B 70%-79% = C 60%-69% = D 59% and below = F

10 Graduation Rate NOTE: The school that the student was last enrolled in at the end of their senior year will be the school that is held accountable for that student. NOTE ALSO: Although an exit for homeschooling is not considered a dropout on the Annual Dropout Report, it will be considered a dropout for purposes of calculating the four year graduation rate.

11 Advanced Coursework 1 point for performance OR participation of students in AP courses; IB courses; concurrent enrollment courses in CareerTech (Cooperative Alliance), college or university courses; and industry certification courses. A high school will be able to earn one bonus point if they satisfy the requirement for either participation or performance. *AP = Advanced Placement *IB – International Baccalaureate

12 Advanced Coursework - Participation PARTICIPATION (70% or better): CALCULATION: # successfully completed courses (with a D or better) ÷ October 1 st enrollment for 11 th and 12 th grade only

13 Advanced Coursework - Performance PERFORMANCE (90% or better): – AP = score 3 or higher on exam – IB = score 4 or higher on exam – Concurrent and Cooperative Alliance Courses = C or higher – Industry Certification Courses = C or higher CALCULATION: # courses completed meeting the criteria ÷ # successfully completed courses NOTE: Courses are counted-not students. Students can be counted more than one time for taking more than one advanced course

14 Advanced Coursework NOTE: Courses qualifying as industry certification courses will be supplied by the OK Dept. of CareerTech Due to data limitations, only courses completed at a technology center will be included as advanced coursework for the 2013 report card By the 2014 report card, procedures will be in place to include industry certification courses taken at either a technology center or at a high school

15 College Entrance Exams 1 point for participation OR performance on SAT or ACT exams PARTICIPATION (75% or better): CALCULATION: # 12 th graders who have taken an entrance exam at some point ÷ total # of 12 th graders on the October 1 st Accreditation Report (NOTE: Students will be counted one time for taking the ACT and one time for taking the SAT, regardless of how many times they take the exam.)

16 College Entrance Exams - Performance PERFORMANCE (75% or better): CALCULATIOIN: # 12 th graders with an ACT = 20 or greater; SAT = 1410 or greater (most recent score) ÷ # 12 th graders who have ever taken an ACT or SAT exam

17 Low Performing 8 th Graders 1 point for helping students who scored Limited Knowledge or Unsatisfactory on the 8 th grade tests in reading and math graduate in 4 years. (85% or above) CALCULATION: # low performing graduates ÷ # low performing graduates + # low performing dropouts + # low performing still enrolled not graduating

18 Performance of Students on EOIs 1 point for the performance of students on the EOI exams – if 80% of graduates from the previous year have scored either a Satisfactory/Proficient or Advanced on six (6) out of the seven (7) EOI assessments

19 New Law SB 559 – Alternate Tests Signed by the Governor on 5/31/13 10% above cut scores on ACT and SAT – exempt from taking EOIs in Alg. II, Eng. III, Geom., US History Equal to or above the cut scores on AP exams, WorkKeys exams, CLEP, IB, exempt from taking EOIs in Alg. II, Eng. III, Geom., US History

20 Improvement on Bonus Points As data becomes available, 1 point for the improving in the components listed above from year to year In order to receive the bonus point, high schools must show improvement in at least 3 out of 5 bonus sections The specific criterion for improvement is dependent on the bonus section

21 Total Bonus Points Possible A total of 10 points might be earned by a school for its overall grade.

22 Find more information A-F Report Card worksheet then Academics

23 Sources: House Bill 1456 House Bill 2494 House Bill 1658 SDE – 2013 A to F Report Card Guide

24 To stay current… If you would like to receive the Career Advisor an e- newsletter for school counselors, Tommi (please send me a list of your sending school counselors and addresses) Kelly to receive her monthly Follow us: Pinterest – ODCTECAC Twitter Facebook - CAC

25 Contact Info Tommi Leach Academic Advisement Specialist Kelly Arrington Guidance Coordinator


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