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1 New Local Report Card May 8, 2012 Matt Cohen Chief Research Officer Ohio Department of Education

2 No Child Left Behind (2001) Yet to be reauthorized States encouraged to present innovative reforms Waiver offers flexibility on rules in exchange for: –Higher student achievement, and –Greater school accountability 11 States already approved, 26 applied Approval expected in May

3 AYP Replacement Reforming SES Targeted assistance for low-performing schools Cut red tape Letter grade report cards Key Elements of Waiver

4 AYP Replacement Reforming SES Targeted assistance for low-performing schools Cut red tape Letter grade report cards Accountability Elements of Waiver

5 AYP Replacement AYP calls for 100% proficiency for everyone by : not realistic New goals: Implement more rigorous learning standards Cut achievement gaps by half over six years

6 Without the Waiver Estimated that 90% of Ohios LEAs will not meet AYP

7 Reading Goals AYP Goals for Reading

8 Raising Performance For All Students Reading Goals Progress

9 AYP Replacement Rigorous and Punitive Rigorous and Fair AYPGap Closing

10 Letter Grade Ratings Current Rating New Letter Grade Excellent With Distinction A Excellent Effective B Continuous Improvement C Academic Watch D Academic Emergency F

11 Current Components New Components Performance Index Student Performance Value-AddedStudent Progress Percent of Indicators Met School/District Performance AYPGap Closing Report Card Components

12 Student Performance Performance Index Performance Index Student Performance

13 Student Performance Points Component Letter Grade 90% - 100% (108 – 120)A 80% % (96 – 107.9)B 70% % (84 – 95.9)C 60% % (72 – 83.9)D Below 60.0% (Below 72)F Student Performance

14 District Performance State Indicators Met State Indicators Met District Performance Applies to District & School

15 District Performance Percent of Indicators Met Component Letter Grade 90% - 100%A 80% %B 70% %C 60% %D Below 60.0%F

16 ACT Rates Remediation Rates Kindergarten Readiness Gifted Indicator Other Possible Indicators

17 District Contribution to Student Performance Applies to District & School

18 District Contribution to Student Performance Student Progress Value-Added Uses Two Years of Data

19 District Contribution to Student Performance Last YearCurrent YearLetter Grade Above A MetAboveA NoneAboveA BelowAboveB MetB B NoneMetB BelowMetC AboveBelowC MetBelowD NoneBelowD F

20 District Gap Closing AYP Performance Gap Applies to District & School

21 Proficiency Gap (Reading and Mathematics) Letter Grade Exceeded AMO targetA Met AMO target outright, by two- year average B Met AMO through Safe Harbor or Growth Measure C Below AMO, current year proficiency ½ AMO D Below AMO, current year proficiency < ½ AMO F District Gap Closing

22 Overall Grade Many Options Being Considered Which Components? How to Weight Components? How to Assign Points? What Point Ranges Equate to Grades?

23 Overall Grade ONE EXAMPLE Value-Added = 40% of Overall Grade

24 Component Letter Grade Points Achievement Student Standards of Performance A4 Student PerformanceB3 Gap ClosingA4 Progress Student ProgressB 3 x 2 = 6 Overall GradeB+ 17/5 = 3.4 Overall Grade

25 Average Points EarnedLetter Grade A-, A B-, B, B C-, C, C D-, D, D F

26 Simulated 2011 Letter Grade Ratings Updated waiver request Not this years data, not a prediction Business rules may change

27 Simulated 2011 Letter Grade Ratings – 609 School Districts Current Rating Actual 2011 Distribution of SD Ratings New Overall Grade Simulated 2011 Distribution of SD Grades Excellent With Distinction 86 A81 A = 13 A- = 68 Excellent 266 Effective 215B333 B+ = 31 B = 264 B- = 38 Continuous Improvement 36C149 C+ = 45 C = 89 C- = 15 Academic Watch 6D44 D+ = 15 D = 28 D- = 1 Academic Emergency 0F2 F = 2

28 Are You Ready?

29 Temporary section Percentage of students scoring Accelerated or Advanced on math and reading assessments Estimate of performance with new rigor

30

31 Questions?


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