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1 S TATE A CCOUNTABILITY S YSTEM AND N EW S CHOOL R EPORT C ARDS 1

2 G OALS AND I NTRODUCTIONS Take a few minutes and… Introduce yourselves at your tables Discuss where youre at with the Report Cards and the new accountability system Discuss your goals for the day One person from each group to share thoughts/goals 2

3 G OALS Become more familiar and comfortable with the School Report Card Be able to basically compute (or describe) the components of the School Accountability Score Develop or access resources for communicating these changes Develop a communication plan Other? 3

4 A GENDA Review changes in accountability system NAEP cut-scores AMOs Report Card overview Report Card Priority Area calculations Overall accountability index Available resources Communication Lunch Networking – calculation, communication, clarification 4

5 W I ESEA W AIVER & A GENDA 2017 Standards and Instruction Common Core State Standards in ELA and math RtI and PALS Digital learning and dual enrollment Assessment and Data Systems SMARTER Balanced Assessments – NAEP proficiency ACT suite Statewide information and data system School and Educator Effectiveness New accountability system w/ new School Report Cards Educator evaluation system 5

6 C HANGING A CCOUNTABILITY S YSTEM Multiple Measures Single year to three year average NAEPized cut scores Annual Measurable Objectives (AMOs) 6

7 NAEP IZED C UT S CORES 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 7

8 NAEP IZED C UT S CORES On average, WI students are above the national, but there are still major gaps 8

9 NAEP IZED C UT S CORES On average, WI students are above the national, but there are still major gaps 9

10 NAEP IZED C UT S CORES DPI resources: - explanation of the new cut scores - one page overview of increased expectations - DPI sample letter to parents noting increased expectations and changing cut-scores Time to discuss strategies to build understanding (~10 min) 10

11 A NNUAL M EASURABLE O BJECTIVES (AMO S ) No more AYP targets – now considering AMOs Refer to: 11

12 A NNUAL M EASURABLE O BJECTIVES (AMO S ) No more AYP targets – now considering AMOs Refer to: 12

13 A NNUAL M EASURABLE O BJECTIVES AMOs for graduation rates – goal of 85% 13

14 A NNUAL M EASURABLE O BJECTIVES Title I Priority and Focus Schools – exit criteria Title I Priority – lowest achievement, required reforms Title I Focus – low subgroups, reform choices District AMOs District Report Cards next year – average index for each level (ES, MS, HS) At least one level (ES, MS, HS) meets expectations No schools in fails to meet expectations 14

15 S CHOOL R EPORT C ARD ! 15

16 Components: 1. Accountability Determination 2. Priority Areas 3. Student Engagement Indicators 4. School Information 5. WSAS Percent Proficient and Advanced 16

17 Components: 1. Accountability Determination 2. Priority Areas 3. Student Engagement Indicators 4. School Information 5. WSAS Percent Proficient and Advanced 17 Accountability Rating Category Level of Support Significantly Exceeds Expectations Rewards and Replication Exceeds ExpectationsRewards and Replication Meets ExpectationsLocal Improvement Efforts Meets Few Expectations State Support Fails to Meet Expectations State Support

18 Components: 1. Accountability Determination 2. Priority Areas 3. Student Engagement Indicators 4. School Information 5. WSAS Percent Proficient and Advanced 18

19 Components: 1. Accountability Determination 2. Priority Areas 3. Student Engagement Indicators 4. School Information 5. WSAS Percent Proficient and Advanced 19

20 Components: 1. Accountability Determination 2. Priority Areas 3. Student Engagement Indicators 4. School Information 5. WSAS Percent Proficient and Advanced 20

21 Components: 1. Accountability Determination 2. Priority Areas 3. Student Engagement Indicators 4. School Information 5. WSAS Percent Proficient and Advanced 21

22 Q UICK B REAK + D ISCUSSION With your group discuss your questions about the Report Cards. Look over the sample technical Report Card you picked up (Elementary level). 22

23 F OUR P RIORITY A REAS Student Achievement Student Growth Closing Gaps On-Track and Postsecondary Readiness 23

24 S TUDENT A CHIEVEMENT 24 o Multiplier for performance levels o Divided by the average attendance o More recent weighted more o Scale of 50 o See Report Card Data p. 2

25 S TUDENT A CHIEVEMENT - W ORKSHEET 25 Go to the worksheets for the Priority Areas – well work through some sample data together

26 S TUDENT G ROWTH P ERCENTILE (SGP) 26

27 S TUDENT G ROWTH 27 o Points for meeting growth trajectory o Points off for meeting declining trajectory o Complex calculations (black box) o Scale of 50 o See the Report Card Data p. 4

28 S TUDENT G ROWTH - W ORKSHEET 28 Go to the worksheets for the Priority Areas – well work through some sample data together

29 C LOSING G APS 29 o Find the average change in subgroups scores o Penalty if comparison group declines o Scale of 50 o See the Report Card Data p. 6

30 C LOSING G APS - W ORKSHEET 30 Go to the worksheets for the Priority Areas – well work through some sample data together

31 C LOSING G APS – G RADUATION (HS) 31 o Same procedure – using graduation rates o Worth 50 points, achievement worth 25 each

32 O N -T RACK AND P OSTSECONDARY R EADINESS 32 o Combine: o Graduation or attendance rate o 3 rd grade reading/8 th grade math o ACT participation/performance (HS) o See the Report Card Data p. 8

33 O N -T RACK AND P OSTSECONDARY R EADINESS - W ORKSHEET 33 Go to the worksheets for the Priority Areas – well work through some sample data together

34 E LEMENTARY AND M IDDLE S CHOOL R EPORT C ARD The four priority areas average to accountability determination as follows: Student Achievement- 25% Student Growth- 25% Closing Gaps- 25% On track indicators: Elementary 20% attendance 5% 3 rd grade WKCE Reading Scores Middle 20% attendance 5% 8 th grade WKCE Mathematics Scores 34

35 T HE H IGH S CHOOL R EPORT C ARD Has only three priority areas to average to accountability determination: Student Achievement: 37.5% Student Growth 0% Closing Gaps: 37.5% On Track/ Post Secondary Readiness: 25% 20% is the graduation rate 5% ACT Participation and Performance 35

36 S TUDENT ENGAGEMENT I NDICATORS ( P. 10) Test Participation – 95% or higher Absenteeism – no more than 13% Dropouts – no more than 6 % - 5 points each 36

37 O UTCOMES Schools provided with information on strengths and weaknesses Targeted support from DPI and partners to improve school performance Rewards and recognition for high performing schools 37

38 A VAILABLE R ESOURCES eModule: Review handout of available resources lity/accountability.cfm Group discussion: which resources will we be using? 38

39 D ATA A CCESS AND I NFORMATION District Security Administrator Application Security Administrator Web Access Management System Data Analysis and Report Tools WISEdash now available 39

40 B UILDING S HARED U NDERSTANDING Two parts (handout) – Group discussion: Roll out to various stakeholders Who, how/structure, resources available? Elevator talk – consistent message for What goes into the accountability score? What are these new NAEP cut-offs? What does this WSAS data graph mean? What happened to AYP? What are AMOs? Share out by group 40

41 G OALS Become more familiar and comfortable with the School Report Card Be able to basically compute (or describe) the components of the School Accountability Score Develop or access resources for communicating these changes Develop a communication plan Other group goals 41

42 L ET U S K NOW H OW W E C AN H ELP Please, complete the evaluation now or at the end of the day. Oct 3 rd – We have the Report Card, now what? Questions? Kevin Anderson – Nicole Barlass – In the afternoon, well focus on four things: 1) Networking 2) Developing a communication plan 3) Going through the technical data calculations as desired 4) Answering individual questions and providing individual support 42


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