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1 March 2005 Peter Pappas, Assistant Superintendent for Instruction

2 District Goals To improve student achievement, we will 1.Analyze data to help us assess performance, improve programs, and implement practices that promote instructional excellence 2.Make decisions through a clearly-defined process that involves committees that operate efficiently and effectively, to promote organizational excellence 3.Implement programs, strategies, and activities to promote a district culture centered on excellence, motivation and high achievement. 4.Evaluate the capacity of our facilities to support an effective learning environment

3 Five Years of Improvement at East Irondequoit ( 1999 – 2004) % of Students Meeting standards

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5 ELA Data 1 st – High School

6 ELA Data: 1 st – 11 th Grade 1.The first slide shows rubric performance level on (local and state) tests of a single cohort group of students as they moved from 1 st grade in 2001 to 4 th grade in The second slide shows rubric performance level on (local and state) tests of a single cohort group of students as they moved from 4 th grade in 2000 to 8 th grade in Note: 7 th 2003 data is not available 3.The third slide show the change in scores of the 184 Students who took both the ELA 1 (2000) and ELA 4 (2004) 192 Students who took both the ELA 4 (2000) and ELA 8 (2004) 4.The remaining 8 slides show Monroe County ELA 4, 8, and 11 performance at meeting standards and mastery level. End of course grades are compared to NYS tests.

7 Rubric Performance Level Level 4 Level 3 Level 2 Level 1

8 Rubric Performance Level Note: 7 th 2003 Data not available Note: We did not lose our level 4s. 75 out of 290 students who took ELA 4 left the district after 4 th grade. 25% of this group scored level 4 Level 4 Level 3 Level 2 Level 1

9 184 Students took both the ELA 1 (2000) and ELA 4 (2004) Percentage who scored higher, unchanged, or lower on ELA 4 (compared to ELA 1) 192 Students took both the ELA 4 (2000) and ELA 8 (2004) Percentage who scored higher, unchanged, or lower on ELA 8 (compared to ELA 4)

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11 225 out of a total of 314 students who took ELA 8 were enrolled in the district in 4 th grade. 54% of this group met standards 89 entered after 4 th grade 33% met standards

12 In 2004, 167 out of a total of 211 students who took Eng 11 were enrolled in the district in 6 th grade. 97% of this group met standards 44 entered after 6 th grade 84% met standards

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14 225 out of a total of 314 students who took ELA 8 were enrolled in the district in 4 th grade. 10% of this group scored at the mastery level 89 entered after 4 th grade 1% were at mastery

15 Correlation End of Year ELA 8 Course Grades with Performance on NYS Assessments 2004 Is the state test higher, lower or the same as the course grade?

16 In 2004, 167 out of a total of 211 students who took Eng 11 were enrolled in the district in 6 th grade. 46% of this group at mastery 44 entered after 6 th grade 34% at mastery

17 Correlation End of Year English 11 Course Grades with Performance on NYS Assessments 2004 Is the state test higher, lower or the same as the course grade?

18 Math Data 2 nd – High School

19 Math Data: 2 nd – 11 th Grade 1.The first slide shows rubric performance level on (local and state) tests of a single cohort group of students as they moved from 2 nd grade in 2002 to 4 th grade in The second slide shows rubric performance level on (local and state) tests of a single cohort group of students as they moved from 4 th grade in 2000 to 8 th grade in The third slide show the change in scores of the 211 Students who took both the Math 2 (2001) and Math 4 (2004) 192 Students who took both the Math 4 (2000) and Math 8 (2004) 4.The remaining 8 slides show Monroe County Math 4, 8, and Math A performance at meeting standards and mastery level. End of course grades are compared to NYS tests.

20 Rubric Performance Level Level 4 Level 3 Level 2

21 Note: We did not lose our level 4s. 75 out of 293 students who took Math 4 left the district after 4 th grade. 17% of this group scored level 4 Level 4 Level 3 Level 2 Level 1 Rubric Performance Level

22 211 Students took both the Math 2 (2000) and Math 4 (2004) Percentage who scored higher, unchanged, or lower on Math 4 (compared to Math 2) 192 Students took both the Math 4 (2000) and Math 8 (2004) Percentage who scored higher, unchanged, or lower on Math 8 (compared to Math 4)

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24 219 out of a total of 315 students who took Math 8 were enrolled in the district in 4 th grade. 76% of this group met standards 96 entered after 4 th grade 47% met standards

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27 219 out of a total of 318 students who took Math 8 were enrolled in the district in 4 th grade. 12% of this group scored at the mastery level 96 entered after 4 th grade 5% were at mastery

28 Correlation End of Year Math 8 Course Grades with Performance on NYS Assessments 2004 Is the state test higher, lower or the same as the course grade?

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30 Social Studies Data 5 th – High School

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34 In 2004, 170 out of a total of 223 students who took US History were enrolled in the district in 6 th grade. 89% of this group met standards 53 entered after 6 th grade 89% met standards

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37 Correlation End of Year Social Studies 8 Course Grades with Performance on NYS Assessments 2004 Is the state test higher, lower or the same as the course grade?

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39 Correlation End of Year Global History II Course Grades with Performance on NYS Assessments 2004 Is the state test higher, lower or the same as the course grade?

40 In 2004, 170 out of a total of 233 students who took US History were enrolled in the district in 6 th grade. 39% of this group at mastery 53 entered after 6 th grade 28% met standards

41 Correlation End of Year US History Course Grades with Performance on NYS Assessments 2004 Is the state test higher, lower or the same as the course grade?

42 Science Data 4 th – High School

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47 Correlation End of Year Science 8 Course Grades with Performance on NYS Assessments 2004 Is the state test higher, lower or the same as the course grade?

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49 Correlation End of Year Living Environment Course Grades with Performance on NYS Assessments 2004 Is the state test higher, lower or the same as the course grade?

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52 Spanish Data High School

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55 High School Performance Advanced Placement Scores SAT

56 Advanced Placement Scores 1.The first slide shows % of all AP students who scored a 3+ on all exams. (eligible for college credit). Most recent comparative data available. 2.The next slide depicts the last four years of students taking all AP exams at EHS.

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58 Number of students who scored at each level 55% scored 3+ 65% scored 3+ 52% scored 3+ 38% scored 3+

59 SAT Scores 1.The next 2 slides show SAT verbal and math scores. Percentile against all US students is noted. Verbal example: Brighton student average (621) ranked higher than 84% of US students. Schools averaging (517) ranked higher than 59% of US students. EHS average (489) ranked higher than 41% of US students. 2.The next slide shows how student at the 75 th, 50 th and 25 th percentile at EHS compared to US and NYS test takers. Our best students (75 th percentile) and midrange (50 th percentile) did not perform as well as the comparable groups of national and NYS students. 3.The last 2 slides show how the EHS test takers scores correspond to the benchmark of 3 Tiers of SUNY schools. Among all our SAT takers our top (75 th percentile) did not reach SUNY Tier 3 EHS National Honor Society (NHS) student at the 75 th percentile reach SUNY Tier 2

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63 Average SAT scores for admission to three tiers of SUNY schools Tier 1: SAT 1300 Geneseo, Albany, Buffalo, Binghamton, Stony Brook Tier 2: SAT 1200 Brockport, Fredonia, New Paltz, Oneonta, Oswego, Purchase Tier 3: SAT 1100 All other SUNY schools

64 Highest EHS scores (2003) 1490 and 1470


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