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1 ASSESSMENT UPDATE Rhonda Sims, Director Division of Support and Research Office Of Assessment And Accountability Kentucky Department of Education September 24, 2013

2 What We’ll be Covering  Timeline for 2013 Reporting  What’s included in the School Report Card (SRC)?  Year 2 SRC Review  Classifications and Labels (Rewards/Assistance)  Delivery  Program Reviews 2

3 Timeline for 2013 Reporting Wed. Sept a.m. ET -- Release of embargoed data to districts via the School Report Card 1 p.m. ET -- Release of embargoed data to media Fri. Sept :01 a.m. ET – Embargo lifted Public release of School Report Card August Schools received data Quality Review Data Review for (10 days) Through Oct. 7 3

4 School/District/State Data  Profiles  Assessment Results  Accountability Classifications  Federal Accountability/AMO  Learning Environment –non-academic data membership per pupil spending student demographics free/reduced-meal school safety  Delivery Targets 4 What’s Included in the School Report Card? attendance rate retention rate dropout rate graduation rate

5 Assessment Data  K-PREP (Kentucky Performance Rating for Educational Progress) -- Grades 3-8  Scores and performance levels (NAPD) o Reading o Mathematics o Science  EXPLORE, PLAN, ACT (Grades 8, 10, 11)  Scores and benchmarks  End-of-Course o English II o Algebra II  Writing (Grades 5, 6, 8, 10-11)  Editing/mechanics (Grades 4, 6, 10 (Plan)) o Social Studies o Writing/mechanics o Biology o U.S. History 5

6 Accountability Data  Next-Generation Learners Achievement Gap Growth  Accountability classifications  Annual Measurable Objective (AMO)  Participation Rate and Graduation Rate  Rewards/Assistance Graduation Rate College/career-readiness 6

7 Accountability: Year 2 SRC Review 7 Simulated data shown

8 8 Accountability: Year 2 SRC Review Simulated data shown

9 KDE:OAA:rls: 9/11/ Accountability: Year 2 SRC Review Simulated data shown

10 KDE:OAA:rls: 9/11/ Accountability: Year 2 SRC Review Simulated data shown

11 KDE:OAA:rls: 9/11/ Accountability: Year 2 SRC Review Simulated data shown

12 College/ Career-Readiness Rate 12 College Ready: Must meet benchmarks on one of the following: College Ready ACT COMPASS KYOTE Career Ready: Must meet benchmarks for one requirement in Career Academic area and must meet one requirement in Career Technical area Career Ready Academic Career Ready Technical Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) ACT Work Keys (Applied Math, Locating information, and Reading for Information) Kentucky Occupational Skills Standards Assessment (KOSSA) Industry Certificates Bonus: College AND Career Ready must meet at least one from each area College Ready Academic Career Ready Technical ACT or COMPASS or KYOTE KOSSA Industry Certificates NOTES: (1) By meeting the College Ready Academic definition, the student does not have to take the additional tests of ASVAB or Work Keys for the bonus area. (2) For accountability purposes, the bonus shall not allow the readiness percentage to exceed 100 percent.

13 KDE:OAA:rls: 9/11/ Accountability: Year 2 SRC Review Simulated data shown

14 Graduation Rate Reminder  Cohort model graduation data is used in the calculation for the Graduation Rate component (20% of high school Next- Generation Learners).  Averaged Freshman Graduation Rate (AFGR) will be used one last time in for graduation rate goals.  Cohort will be used for graduation rate goals moving forward (i.e., ). 14

15 15 Accountability: Year 2 SRC Review Simulated data shown

16 16 Accountability: Year 2 SRC Review Simulated data shown

17 Accountability: Year 2 Classifications and Labels  Needs Improvement (Below 70th Percentile)  Proficient (At or Above 70th Percentile)  Distinguished (Above 90th Percentile)  Progressing NEW 2013 o Meet Annual Measurable Objective (AMO) goal (1.0 gain in Overall Score below Proficient or.5 gain Proficient and above); o Graduation rate goal (AFGR); and o Participation rate (95%) 17

18  High Performing School Top 90% of schools and meets AMO, graduation rate goal and participation rate goal  School of Distinction Top 95% of schools and meets AMO, graduation rate goal, participation rate goal and has graduation rate above 60% for 2 years  High-Progress NEW 2013 Top 10% of improvement and Meet AMO, graduation rate goal (AFGR) and participation rate (95%) Any other school label can also be labeled High-Progress 18 Accountability: Year 2 Rewards Categories

19 Accountability: Year 2 Assistance Categories  Priority (No new Priority Schools added in )  Focus (No new Focus Schools added in , but new Districts may be added) o Lowest 10% in Overall Gap Group or meets third standard deviation model for a single gap group 19

20 Accountability: Year 2 Locked Proficient & Distinguished Percentiles Percentiles for Elementary, Middle and High Overall Score were set and locked in The locked percentile serves as the overall score target for 2013 reporting. 70th 90th 95th Elementary Overall Score Middle Overall Score High Overall Score District Overall Score

21 School Report Card Year Two Format Changes  Add Trend Data for Profiles  Update Graduation Data to show both Cohort & AFGR  Add Trend Data for NAPD Tables  Add Non-Duplicated Gap Group to list of individual group scores  Add Total Students with Disability (regular and alternate assessments)  Add Level-Based (elementary, middle and high) data for disaggregated pages  Clarify language and footnotes 21

22 Delivery 22 sets yearly targets based upon a 5-year goal to help schools/districts meet state achievement expectations Simulated data shown

23 Program Review (PR) Data Release  Tentative Release of School and District Data  Date: October 2013  Provided through Open House on KDE website  Based on Program Review scores that schools and districts entered into ASSIST  Scores generated using the Program Review scoring guides/rubrics  For accountability, new set of combined goals for 2014  Date: November

24 Program Review (PR) Scoring Guide 24

25 Program Review Calculations Each of the 3 Program Review areas (Arts & Humanities, Writing, and Practical Living) is comprised of 4 standards (Curriculum/Instruction, Formative/Summative Assessment, Professional Development, and Administrative Support). Step 1: Average the characteristic scores for a score for each standard.  Scores range from 0-3 for each standard  0–No Implementation, 1–Needs Improvement, 2–Proficient, and 3–Distinguished Step 2: Add the 4 standard scores to get a single number for each Program Review area.  Scores range 0-12 for each Program Review area  The cut score 8 is Proficient and 10.8 is Distinguished Step 3: Add the three Program Review area scores for a total Program Review score.  Scores range between 0-36 Step 4: Divide the total number by 24 (proficient (8) x 3 areas = 24).  This number yields the percent of the 23 points earned (number of points possible in Unbridled Learning accountability model for PR when Learners and PR are combined). 25

26 Program Review Data Release AVERAGE CHARACTER- ISTIC SCORES PROGRAM REVIEW TOTAL CATEGORY ARTS & HUMANITIES Curriculum/ Instruction 1.0 Formative/ Summative Assessment 1.0 Professional Development 1.0 Administrative Support 1.0 ARTS & HUMANITIES TOTAL 4 Needs Improvement PRACTICAL LIVING/CAREER STUDIES Curriculum/Instruction 2.0 Formative/Summative Assessment 2.0 Professional Development 1.9 Administrative Support 2.1 PRACTICAL LIVING TOTAL 8 Proficient WRITING Curriculum/Instruction 1.4 Formative/Summative Assessment 1.4 Professional Development 1.8 Administrative Support 1.4 WRITING TOTAL 6 Needs Improvement TOTAL POINTS18 PERCENTAGE OF POINTS (divide by 24)75% ACCOUNTABILITY POINTS (out of 23 points possible) Calculation Example

27 Program Review Data Release Combining Next-Generation Learners and Program Review Accountability Formula for Combining Next Generation Learners and Program Reviews ComponentOverall Weighted Percent Weighted Score Next Gen Learners Overall Score 57.9X77%=44.6 Program Reviews75.0X23%=17.3 Combined Overall Score* * Combined Overall Score used to calculate new 70 th and 90 th percentile cut for summer 2014 targets

28 Important Resources  KDE website: 28

29 Important Resources 29

30 ASSESSMENT UPDATE Rhonda Sims, Director Division of Support and Research Office Of Assessment And Accountability Kentucky Department of Education September 24, 2013


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