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1 W HITEFISH S CHOOL D ISTRICT AYP 2013 O CT 8,2013

2 A DEQUATE Y EARLY P ROGRESS U NDERSTANDING THE N UMBERS Scott Furois Research and Analysis Manager – Department of Measurement and Accountability Office of Public Instruction July 2013

3 S TATEWIDE A SSESSMENT (CRT) Criterion-referenced Test (CRT) Aligned to current Montana Content Standards Grades 3-8 & grade 10 tested (math and reading) Additional test for science (grade 4, 8, 10) Administered every year since 2004

4 NCLB/ ESEA Elementary & Secondary Education Act (ESEA) of 2006 (reauthorization of No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act of 2001) By , 100% of students tested must score at or above proficient in reading and math, or the school/district will not make Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP)

5 P ROGRESSION OF MT AMO TARGETS

6 S TUDENT G ROUPS In addition to evaluating an entire school or district, groups of tested students are evaluated separately By Race/Ethnicity (six categories) Limited English Proficiency (LEP) Special Education (SE or IEP) Economically Disadvantaged students defined by OPI as eligible for Free or Reduced Price Lunch (FRL)

7 AYP C ALCULATED P ROCESS Required for all schools with >30 students tested CRT Reading and Math for student groups >30 95% Participation rate for all student groups > 40 Attendance Rate (80% or Improvement) for K-8 Cohort Graduation Rate (85% or 2 percentage point improvement) for % of schools evaluated through calculated process

8 AYP C ALCULATED P ROCESS Two other methods to make AYP for schools in calculated process 99% CI Filter: CRT achievement scores are very close to target, and school made the other indicators. School is evaluated through SSAP. Safe Harbor: School shows a 10% reduction in the number of students scoring below proficient, also makes other indicators. School makes AYP if all evaluated groups meet target.

9 S MALL S CHOOL A CCOUNTABILITY P ROCESS Small School Accountability Process (SSAP) Used for schools with <30 students tested 3 years of CRT Achievement data for all student groups with >10 students tested 2 cycles of CRT Improvement Attendance or cohort graduation rate (current year) CRT Participation Rate (current year) Accreditation Continuous School Improvement Plan (CSIP) report 44.3% of all schools evaluated through SSAP

10 F EEDER S CHOOL P ROCESS 16 schools do not serve any grades tested Example: Eastgate School in East Helena (PK-1) These schools receive AYP results from the school that they feed into. Example: Eastgate School feeds into Radley Elementary School (2-5), and receives the same AYP status as Radley Elementary

11 M ONTANA A DEQUATE Y EARLY P ROGRESS Schools making AYP In 2008, 71.8% of Montana schools made AYP In 2009, 73.6% of Montana schools made AYP In 2010, 72.6% of Montana schools made AYP In 2011, 72.2% of Montana schools made AYP In 2012, 74.1% of Montana schools made AYP In 2013, 46.6% of Montana schools made AYP

12 MT AYP BY P ROCESS SSAP: 362 schools evaluated (including 6 schools originally evaluated through calculated process): 310 Made AYP. (86%) Calculated Process: 440 Schools evaluated (doesnt include the 6 schools above): 70 made AYP. (16%) 46 made through Safe Harbor process Feeder School process: 16 schools, 1 made AYP

13 CRT S TUDENT A CHIEVEMENT School Year Reading Proficient % Math Proficient % %57% %59% %61% %63% %63% %64% %67% %68% %68% %66% Until this year, all student CRT achievement results had increased for every year in both reading and math since 2004.

14 C ONCLUSIONS AMO targets have risen to a very high mark 94.8% proficient in Reading 90% proficient in Math CRT statewide results decreased slightly this year 2 percentage points in both reading and math These two facts combine to result in a large number (53.4%) of schools not making AYP

15 W HITEFISH S CHOOL D ISTRICT A DEQUATE Y EARLY P ROGRESS

16 View:CRT Reading At or Above Proficiency Trends Date:8/29/2013 Dashboard:MontCAS (CRT) Parameter:State,Whitefish Elem Reading Scores WF Elementary Dist.

17 View:CRT Mathematics At or Above Proficiency Trends Date:8/29/2013 Dashboard:MontCAS (CRT) Parameter:State,Whitefish Elem Math Scores WF Elementary District

18 View:CRT Reading At or Above Proficiency Trends Date:8/29/2013 Dashboard:MontCAS (CRT) Parameter:State,Whitefish H S Reading Scores WF High School District

19 View:CRT Mathematics At or Above Proficiency Trends Date:8/29/2013 Dashboard:MontCAS (CRT) Parameter:State,Whitefish H S Math Scores WF High School District

20 AYP R ESULTS Whitefish Elementary District Reading Target Reading Score Math Target Math Score All94.8%93%90%83% White93%83% Economically Disadvantaged 86%71% Students With Disabilities 64%45%

21 Muldown Reading Target Reading Score Math Target Math Score All94.8%92%90%83% White92%84% Economically Disadvantaged 84%70% Students With Disabilities N/A

22 Muldown Reading Target Reading Score Math Target Math Score All94.8%92%90%83% White92%84% Economically Disadvantaged 84%70% Students With Disabilities N/A

23 WMS Reading Target Reading Score Math Target Math Score All94.8%94%90%84% White94%85% Economically Disadvantaged 89%76% Students With Disabilities 69%47%

24 WHS Dist. & WHS School Reading Target Reading Score Math Target Math Score All94.8%92%90%76% White93%78% Economically Disadvantaged N/A Students With Disabilities N/A

25 Whitefish School District CRT Results Reading

26 CRT – 3 rd Grade Reading

27 CRT Results – 4 th Grade Reading

28 CRT Results – 5 th Grade Reading

29 CRT Results – 6 th Grade Reading

30 CRT Results – 7 th Grade Reading

31 CRT Results – 8 th Grade Reading

32 CRT Results – 10 th Grade Reading

33 Whitefish School District CRT Results Math

34 CRT Results – 3 rd Grade Math

35 CRT Results – 4 th Grade Math

36 CRT Results – 5 th Grade Math

37 CRT Results – 6 th Grade Math

38 CRT Results – 7 th Grade Math

39 CRT Results – 8 th Grade Math

40 CRT Results – 10 th Grade Math

41 CRT R EADING SC1 500 Grade 2004 Reading 2005 Reading 2006 Reading 2007 Reading 2008 Reading 2009 Reading 2010 Reading 2011 Reading 2012 Reading 2013 Reading 382% 78%85%90%91%93%86% 477%73%82%88%91%81%83%90%86%82% 592%88% 95%88%91%95%91% 6 96%80%90%96%93%91% 781%91%95%89%93%99%95%94% 871%83%86%83%91%90%93%88%97%88% 1076%86%87%90%85%86% 97%90%87% Follow the diagonal for longitudinal cohort Data source: MARS

42 CRT M ATH SC150 0 Grade 2004 Math 2005 Math 2006 Math 2007 Math 2008 Math 2009 Math 2010 Math 2011 Math 2012 Math 2013 Math 362%85%70%72%78%80%86%79% 455%60%62%77%76%65%78%76%80%78% 566%57%78%81%73%80%86%84% 670%67%76%73%88%77%79%84% 764%67%68%76%72%83%77%86% 869%75%55%58%66% 74%68%82%74% 1070% 61%70%53%52%73%61%77%69% Follow the diagonal for longitudinal cohort Data source: MARS

43 C ONCLUSIONS Whitefish Schools continue to show strong student achievement on the CRT Whitefish Schools was among the 74% of schools that did not make AYP using the Calculated Method.

44 S OME L OCAL C OMPARISONS

45 CRT Assessment - Percent of Students Meeting or Exceeding Standards Grade/SubjectWhitefish H SColumbia Falls H S Bigfork H SFlathead H S 10th Grade - Reading All Students (Including ELL and Sp Ed)87.07%80.84%87.14%87.12% Male Students83.08%75.47%76.32%83.14% Female Students92.00%86.11%100.00%91.15% American Indian/Alaskan NativeN/A**58.33% Asian or Pacific Islander*N/A * White, Non-Hispanic*N/A Black, Non-Hispanic*N/A * Hispanic***73.33% Students Eligible for Free or Reduced Lunch58.33%73.79%89.29%83.40% Students served in Migrant ProgramN/A Special Education Students30.00%5.88%*44.64% English Language LearnersN/A

46 CRT Assessment - Percent of Students Meeting or Exceeding Standards Grade/SubjectWhitefish H SColumbia Falls H S Bigfork H SFlathead H S 10th Grade - Mathematics All Students (Including ELL and Sp Ed)68.10%53.74%72.86%60.76% Male Students69.23%50.00%63.16%60.47% Female Students68.00%57.41%84.38%61.06% American Indian/Alaskan NativeN/A**25.00% Asian or Pacific Islander*N/A * White, Non-HispanicN/A Black, Non-Hispanic*N/A * Hispanic***53.33% Students Eligible for Free or Reduced Lunch41.67%43.69%82.14%51.38% Students served in Migrant ProgramN/A Special Education Students20.00%11.76%*12.50% English Language LearnersN/A

47 CRT Assessment - Percent of Students Meeting or Exceeding Standards Grade/SubjectWhitefish H SColumbia Falls H S Bigfork H SFlathead H S 10th Grade - Science All Students (Including ELL and Sp Ed)56.90%51.87%47.14%47.29% Male Students61.54%49.06%31.58%52.03% Female Students52.00%54.63%65.63%42.48% American Indian/Alaskan Native*N/A*25.00% Asian or Pacific Islander**N/A* White, Non-HispanicN/A Black, Non-Hispanic*N/A * Hispanic***53.33% Students Eligible for Free or Reduced Lunch33.33%37.86%42.86%38.74% Students served in Migrant ProgramN/A Special Education Students10.00%5.88%*14.29% English Language LearnersN/A*

48 Flathead High School Glacier High School Columbia Falls High Schl Bigfork High School Polson High School Belgrade High School Whitefish High School OverAll3rd Year Identified for Restructuring 1st Year Identified for Restructuring Made AYP4th Year Identified for Restructuring 4th Year Identified for Improvement 1st Year Identified for Restructuring Reading1st Year did not make AYP (Watch List) Holding at Corrective Action Year 1 1st Year Identified for Corrective Action Made AYP1st Year Identified for Improvement 1st Year did not make AYP (Watch List) Math1st Year Identified for Improvement 1st Year Identified for Restructuring Made AYP1st Year Identified for Corrective Action 4th Year Identified for Improvement 1st Year did not make AYP (Watch List) Graduation Rate Holding at Corrective Action Year 1 Holding at Improvement Year 1 1st Year did not make AYP (Watch List) Made AYP1st Year did not make AYP (Watch List) Made AYPHolding at Improvement Year 1 Attendance Rate Not Applicable AYP Status of Flathead Valley High Schools

49 W HAT S ON THE H ORIZON FOR THE CRT? State Superintendent Denise Juneau announced that she had submitted a request for flexibility to Education Secretary Arne Duncan stating that Montana wants to discontinue giving the CRT in the spring of and give only the new tests prepared by the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC). How will schools be rated under NCLB because the law is still in place? The answer is that Montana would report our NCLB scores just as they were this year -- for example if your school was 90% proficient/advanced in Reading and 84% proficient/advanced in 2013 that is the same report for Will there be a bar set for performance on the SBAC tests that will cause schools to be compared on the new tests? At this point, the SBAC tests are being piloted in most of the states in order to collect baseline data, so there is no reason to believe an artificial target would be set (especially when growth models are being considered as best practice) in the pilot year.

50 Questions? Ongoing Discussion Thanks!


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