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1 1 Mitchell D. Chester, Commissioner of Elementary and Secondary Education James Harrington, Mayor, Brockton Matthew Malone, Superintendent, Brockton Public Schools Susan Szachowicz, Principal, Brockton High School Spring 2009 MCAS & Accountability School and District Results: Grades 3–10

2 2 Why are we at Brockton High?

3 3 Decade of Progress: Grade 10 MCAS Math Percent Proficient or higher

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6 6 Decade of Progress: Grade 10 MCAS ELA Percent Proficient or higher

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9 9 MCAS Grade 10 Results: Percent of Students Scoring Proficient or Higher Change, 1998 to 2009 Change, 2008 to 2009 Brockton High School English Language Arts Mathematics Statewide – Grade 10 English Language Arts Mathematics BHS has made great strides on MCAS % of Brockton High students who have already met the minimum state testing requirements for graduation by scoring Needs Improvement or higher on all three grade 10 MCAS tests: Class of 2010: 85% Class of 2011: 75% (after your 1 st attempt)

10 10 BHS is one of only 8 schools with a low income rate of 60 percent or more where more than 50 percent of students scored Proficient or higher on all three 2009 grade 10 MCAS tests (ELA, Math, Science & Technology/Engineering): Boston Preparatory Charter Public School MATCH Charter Public High School University Park Campus School City on a Hill Charter Public School Fenway High School Revere High School Codman Academy BHS is leading the way

11 11 Grade 10 students performance improved overall and among groups ELA performance improved in most grades and for all groups 90% of class of 2010 has already met states new graduation requirements Middle School mathematics needs attention –Fewer than half of all students statewide scored Proficient or higher in grades 7 and 8 Some gaps have narrowed slightly, but still remain Formerly Limited English Proficient (FLEP) students continue to make strides 2009 MCAS Highlights

12 12 Remarkable turnaround at Grade 10 –English Language Arts In 1998, 38% scored Proficient or higher In 2009, 79% scored Proficient or higher –Mathematics In 1998, 24% scored Proficient or higher In 2009, 75% scored Proficient or higher 2009 MCAS Highlights

13 13 Percent of Students Scoring Proficient and higher English Language ArtsMathematicsScience & Tech/Eng Change Change Change Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade MCAS Results: Change in Performance

14 14 Improve = Difference of +3 percentage points or greater in the percent of students scoring at the Proficient & Advanced levels No Change = Difference of between –2 and +2 percentage points Declined = Difference of -3 percentage points or greater Percent of Districts ( )Mean Pct. Point Change (Districts) Improved ( ) No Change ( ) Declined ( ) Grade 3 ELA Grade 4 ELA Grade 5 ELA Grade 6 ELA Grade 7 ELA Grade 8 ELA Grade 10 ELA Change in District Performance: ELA

15 15 Improve = Difference of +3 percentage points or greater in the percent of students scoring at the Proficient & Advanced levels No Change = Difference of between –2 and +2 percentage points Declined = Difference of -3 percentage points or greater Percent of Districts ( )Mean Pct. Point Change (Districts) Improved ( ) No Change ( ) Declined ( ) Grade 3 Math Grade 4 Math Grade 5 Math Grade 6 Math Grade 7 Math Grade 8 Math Grade 10 Math Change in District Performance: Mathematics

16 16 Improve = Difference of +3 percentage points or greater in the percent of students scoring at the Proficient & Advanced levels No Change = Difference of between –2 and +2 percentage points Declined = Difference of -3 percentage points or greater Percent of Districts ( )Mean Pct. Point Change (Districts) Improved ( ) No Change ( ) Declined ( ) Grade 5 Science Grade 8 Science High School Science Change in District Performance: STE

17 17 Improve = Difference of +3 percentage points or greater in the percent of students scoring at the Proficient & Advanced levels No Change = Difference of between –2 and +2 percentage points Declined = Difference of -3 percentage points or greater Percent of Schools ( )Mean Pct. Point Change (Schools) Improved ( ) No Change ( ) Declined ( ) Grade 3 ELA Grade 4 ELA Grade 5 ELA Grade 6 ELA Grade 7 ELA Grade 8 ELA Grade 10 ELA Change in School Performance: ELA

18 18 Improve = Difference of +3 percentage points or greater in the percent of students scoring at the Proficient & Advanced levels No Change = Difference of between –2 and +2 percentage points Declined = Difference of -3 percentage points or greater Percent of Schools ( )Mean Pct. Point Change (Schools) Improved ( ) No Change ( ) Declined ( ) Grade 3 Math Grade 4 Math Grade 5 Math Grade 6 Math Grade 7 Math Grade 8 Math Grade 10 Math Change in School Performance: Mathematics

19 19 Improve = Difference of +3 percentage points or greater in the percent of students scoring at the Proficient & Advanced levels No Change = Difference of between –2 and +2 percentage points Declined = Difference of -3 percentage points or greater Percent of Schools ( )Mean Pct. Point Change (Schools) Improved ( ) No Change ( ) Declined ( ) Grade 5 Science Grade 8 Science High School Science Change in School Performance: STE

20 schools (54%) in improvement status in 2009 –Up from 840 (50%) in districts (28%) in improvement status –Including 29 charters, 8 voc/techs, and 17 other single-school districts –Up from 89 in 2008 (including 26 charters, 6 voc/techs, and 11 other single-school districts) 21 schools recognized for exiting accountability status 2009 NCLB Accountability Highlights

21 21 N = 1722 Schools#% Restructuring – Aggregate Corrective Action – Aggregate513.0 Identified for Improvement – Aggregate Subtotal Restructuring – Subgroups Corrective Action – Subgroups935.4 Identified for Improvement – Subgroups Total Schools on NCLB Lists

22 22 N = 386 Districts#% Restructuring – Aggregate71.8 Corrective Action – Aggregate61.6 Identified for Improvement – Aggregate112.8 Subtotal246.2 Restructuring – Subgroups41.0 Corrective Action – Subgroups Identified for Improvement – Subgroups Total Districts on NCLB Lists


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