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1 Georgia’s College and Career Ready Performance Index CCRPI Media Briefing March 22, 2013 Georgia Department of Education Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent All Rights Reserved

2 Georgia’s Comprehensive Plan Next Generation Education Reform Georgia Performance Standards (GPS) Common Core Georgia Performance Standards (CCGPS) Pathways to College & Career Readiness Programs of Study International Workforce Development Initiative (IWDI) ESEA Waiver /College and Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI) Teacher Keys Evaluation System / Leader Keys Evaluation System (TKES / LKES)  All initiatives supported by Student Longitudinal Data System (SLDS) & Teacher Resource Link (TRL)  Select initiatives supported by Race to the Top (RT3) Award Georgia Department of Education Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent All Rights Reserved

3 Georgia K-12 Education Reform Transformational versus incremental change relative to “making education work for all Georgians” Significant progress occurred in the last decade but exemplary performance must be the urgent goal for all Georgia schools 100% of Georgia HS graduates must be college and career ready and supremely competitive with students from all around the globe Georgia Department of Education Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent All Rights Reserved

4 Historical Perspective World-wide competitive challenge for American students Participation in the American Diploma Project / Increased rigor and diploma requirements Lessons learned from past accountability initiatives: NCLB/AYP/SSAS College and Career Ready Policy Institutes / Collaboration with other states Stakeholder perceptions of successful schooling Increased emphasis on career as well as college readiness / Career Pathways Emphasis on soft skills development Need for improvement road map for all schools Broader based communication opportunity for school stakeholders to describe successes and challenges Opportunity for flexibility to NCLB requirements Georgia Department of Education Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent All Rights Reserved

5 Georgia’s Call to Action GaDOE is committed to the creation of a comprehensive school improvement, accountability, and communication platform for our state’s schools and educational leaders that will enable all Georgia public school students to be college and career ready. The successful implementation of the CCRPI is highly critical to “Making Education Work for All Georgians.” Georgia Department of Education Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent All Rights Reserved

6 CCRPI Value Accountability is about giving leaders a roadmap for improvement. It is not about threatening schools. It gives them levers to effect change and a yearly opportunity to measure the pace of change. Every stakeholder in the school has access to data and can play a role in a continually improving success story. Georgia Department of Education Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent All Rights Reserved

7 CCRPI Indicators Georgia Department of Education Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent All Rights Reserved

8 College and Career Ready Performance Index, High School, Grades Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent “Making Education Work for All of Georgia’s Students” CONTENT MASTERY (END of COURSE TESTS in some areas to be REPLACED by COMMON CORE ASSESSMENTS in ) 1.Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds on the Ninth Grade Literature End of Course Test (required participation rate ≥ 95%) 2.Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds on the American Literature End of Course Test (required participation rate ≥ 95%) 3.Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds on the Mathematics I/GPS Algebra (transitioning to CCGPS Coordinate Algebra) End of Course Test (required participation rate ≥ 95%) 4.Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds on the Mathematics II/GPS Geometry (transitioning to CCGPS Analytic Geometry) End of Course Test (required participation rate ≥ 95%) 5.Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds on the Physical Science End of Course Test (required participation rate ≥ 95%) 6.Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds on the Biology End of Course Test (required participation rate ≥ 95%) 7.Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds on the US History End of Course Test (required participation rate ≥ 95%) 8.Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds on the Economics End of Course Test (required participation rate ≥ 95%) POST HIGH SCHOOL READINESS 9.Percent of graduates completing a CTAE pathway, or an advanced academic pathway, or a fine arts pathway, or a world language pathway within their program of study 10.Percent of CTAE Pathway Completers earning a national industry recognized credential, or a passing score on a GaDOE recognized end of pathway assessment (operational in ) 11.Percent of graduates entering TCSG/USG not requiring remediation or learning support courses; or scoring at least 22 out of 36 on the composite ACT; or scoring at least 1550 out of 2400 on the combined SAT; or scoring 3 or higher on two or more AP exams; or scoring 4 or higher on two or more IB exams 12.Percent of graduates earning high school credit(s) for accelerated enrollment via ACCEL, Dual HOPE Grant, Move On When Ready, Early College, Gateway to College, Advanced Placement courses, or International Baccalaureate courses 13.Percent of graduates earning 2 or more high school credits in the same world language (operational in ) 14.Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds on the Georgia High School Writing Test 15.Percent of students achieving a Lexile measure greater than or equal to 1275 on the American Literature EOCT 16.Percent of EOCT assessments scoring at the Exceeds level 17.Student Attendance Rate (%) GRADUATION RATE Year Cohort Graduation Rate (%) Year Extended Cohort Graduation Rate (%) Georgia Department of Education Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent January 31, 2013 All Rights Reserved

9 Exceeding the Bar: a companion to the College and Career Ready Performance Index for High Schools In addition to the nineteen (19) items within the College and Career Ready Performance Index, high schools may earn additional points for these supplemental indicators. 1.Percent of graduates taking a nationally recognized college entrance examination 2.Percent of graduates earning credit in a physics course 3.Percent of first time 9 th grade students with disabilities earning 3 Carnegie Unit Credits in 3 core content areas (ELA, mathematics, science, social studies) 4.Percent of first time 9 th grade students earning 4 Carnegie Unit Credits in 4 core content areas (ELA, mathematics, science, social studies) 5.School has earned a Georgia Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Program Certification 6.Percent of English Learners with positive movement from one Performance Band to a higher Performance Band based on the ACCESS for ELLs 7.*Percent of graduates completing a career-related Work-Based Learning Program or a career-related Capstone Project (moves to face of CCRPI in ) 8. Percent of students in International Baccalaureate High Schools (IB) completing IB Career-Related Certificates (operational in ) 9.School or LEA-defined innovative practice accompanied by documented data supporting improved student achievement: examples include but are not limited to-participation in Charter System status, students enrolled in a Georgia College and Career Academy, partner participation in Race to the TOP award, participation in Striving Reader initiative, participation in dual language immersion program, participation in Literacy Design Collaborative (LDC) and/or Mathematics Design Collaborative (MDC), comprehensive implementation of Response to Intervention (RTI) and/or Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports (PBIS) 10. School or LEA-defined interventions or practices designed to facilitate a personalized climate in the school: examples include but are not limited to-comprehensive Teachers as Advisors program; comprehensive mentoring program; Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports (PBIS); service-learning programs; peer mediation; conflict mediation. (operational in ) To be considered at a later date for inclusion on the mandatory indicators or as an Exceeding the Bar indicator: *Percent of tested students scoring at a proficient level on a Soft Skills Assessment (moves to face of CCRPI in ) School’s average score on the Georgia Teacher Effectiveness Measurement School’s average score on the Georgia Leader Effectiveness Measurement Georgia Department of Education Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent January 31, 2013 All Rights Reserved

10 College and Career Ready Performance Index, Middle School, Grades Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent “Making Education Work for All of Georgia’s Students” CONTENT MASTERY (CRCT in some areas to be REPLACED by COMMON CORE ASSESSMENTS in ) 1.Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds in ELA (required participation rate ≥ 95%) 2.Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds in reading (required participation rate ≥ 95%) 3.Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds in mathematics (required participation rate ≥ 95%) 4.Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds in science (required participation rate ≥ 95%) 5.Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds in social studies (required participation rate ≥ 95%) POST MIDDLE SCHOOL READINESS 6.Percent of English Learners with positive movement from one Performance Band to a higher Performance Band as measured by the ACCESS for ELLs 7.Percent of Students With Disabilities served in general education environments greater than 80% of the school day 8.Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds on the Grade Eight Writing Assessment (required participation rate ≥ 95%) 9.Percent of students in grade 8 achieving a Lexile measure equal to or greater than Percent of students completing 2 or more state defined career related assessments/inventories by the end of grade 8 11.Percent of students with a complete state defined Individual Graduation Plan by the end of grade 8 12.Student Attendance Rate (%) PREDICTOR FOR HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION 13.Percent of students in grade eight passing at least four courses in core content areas (ELA, mathematics, science, social studies) 14.Percent of CRCT assessments scoring at the Exceeds level Georgia Department of Education Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent January 31, 2013 All Rights Reserved

11 Exceeding the Bar: a companion to the College and Career Ready Performance Index for Middle Schools In addition to the fourteen (14) items within the College and Career Ready Performance Index, middle schools may earn additional points for these supplemental indicators. 1.Percent of students in grades earning a passing score in above grade level core courses (ELA, mathematics, science, social studies) 2.Percent of students earning a passing score in three middle school courses in the fine arts, or career exploratory, or world languages by the end of grade 8 (courses must be in the same area of concentration) 3.Percent of students earning at least one high school credit by the end of grade 8 (ELA, mathematics, science, social studies, world languages, fine arts, CTAE) 4.School has earned a Georgia Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Program Certification 5.Percent of students in grade 8 scoring proficient/advanced on the 21 st Century Skills Technology Assessment 6.Percent of students in grades with a fully documented Fitnessgram assessment 7.School or LEA-defined innovative practice accompanied by documented data supporting improved student achievement: examples include but are not limited to-participation in Charter System status, students enrolled in a Georgia College and Career Academy, partner participation in Race to the TOP award, participation in Striving Reader initiative, participation in dual language immersion program, participation in Literacy Design Collaborative (LDC) and/or Mathematics Design Collaborative (MDC), comprehensive implementation of Response to Intervention (RTI) and/or Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports (PBIS) 8.School or LEA-defined interventions or practices designed to facilitate a personalized climate in the school: examples include but are not limited to-comprehensive Teachers as Advisors program; comprehensive mentoring program; Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports (PBIS); service-learning programs; peer mediation; conflict mediation. (operational in ) To be considered at a later date for inclusion on the mandatory indicators or as an Exceeding the Bar indicator: School’s average score on the Georgia Teacher Effectiveness Measurement School’s average score on the Georgia Leader Effectiveness Measurement Georgia Department of Education Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent January 31, 2013 All Rights Reserved

12 College and Career Ready Performance Index, Elementary School, Grades K - 5 Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent “Making Education Work for All of Georgia’s Students” CONTENT MASTERY (CRCT in some areas to be REPLACED by COMMON CORE ASSESSMENTS in ) 1.Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds in ELA (required participation rate ≥ 95%) 2.Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds in reading (required participation rate ≥ 95%) 3.Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds in mathematics (required participation rate ≥ 95%) 4.Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds in science(required participation rate ≥ 95%) 5.Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds in social studies (required participation rate ≥ 95%) POST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL READINESS 6.Percent of English Learners with positive movement from one Performance Band to a higher Performance Band as measured by the ACCESS for ELLs 7.Percent of Students With Disabilities served in general education environments greater than 80% of the school day 8.Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds on the Grade Five Writing Assessment (required participation rate ≥ 95%) 9.Percent of students in grade 3 achieving a Lexile measure equal to or greater than Percent of students in grade 5 achieving a Lexile measure equal to or greater than Percent of students in grades 1-5 completing the identified number of grade specific career awareness lessons aligned to Georgia’s 17 Career Clusters (operational in ) 12.Student Attendance Rate (%) PREDICTOR FOR HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION 13.Percent of students in Grade 5 passing at least 4 courses in core content areas (ELA, mathematics, science, social studies) (optional in 2012; required 2013 and beyond) 14.Percent of CRCT assessments scoring at the Exceeds level Georgia Department of Education Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent January 31, 2013 All Rights Reserved

13 Exceeding the Bar: a companion to the College and Career Ready Performance Index for Elementary Schools In addition to the fourteen (14) items within the College and Career Ready Performance Index, elementary schools may earn additional points for these supplemental indicators. 1.Percent of students in grades 1 – 5 earning a passing score in above grade level core courses (ELA, reading, mathematics, science, social studies) 2.Percent of students earning a passing score in world language courses 3.Percent of students earning a passing score in fine arts courses 4.School has earned a Georgia Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Program Certification 5.*Percent of fifth grade students with a complete career portfolio by end of grade 5 (moves to face of CCRPI in ) 6.Percent of students in grades 1-5 with a fully documented Fitnessgram assessment 7.School or LEA-defined innovative practice accompanied by documented data supporting improved student achievement: examples include but are not limited to-participation in Charter System status, partner participation in Race to the TOP award, participation in Striving Reader initiative, participation in dual language immersion program, participation in Governor Deal’s Early Literacy Initiative, comprehensive implementation of Response to Intervention (RTI) and/or Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports (PBIS) 8. School or LEA-defined interventions or practices designed to facilitate a personalized climate in the school: examples include but are not limited to-comprehensive Teachers as Advisors program; comprehensive mentoring program; Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports (PBIS); service-learning programs; peer mediation; conflict mediation. (operational in ) To be considered at a later date for inclusion on the mandatory indicators or as an Exceeding the Bar indicator : School’s average score on the Georgia Teacher Effectiveness Measurement School’s average score on the Georgia Leader Effectiveness Measurement Georgia Department of Education Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent January 31, 2013 All Rights Reserved

14 CCRPI Overall Score Star Ratings for Financial Efficiency and School Climate are operational in Georgia Department of Education Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent All Rights Reserved Not to Exceed 10 points.

15 Overall Score Details Georgia Department of Education Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent All Rights Reserved

16 Business Rules n size = 15 Full Academic Year (FAY) = 65% enrollment o Applied to Achievement Calculations o Applied to Progress Calculations o Applied to Achievement Gap Calculations Georgia Department of Education Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent All Rights Reserved

17 Benchmarking Indicators Benchmarks for indicators will be based on: State Level Data for the Indicator 95 th Percentile Georgia Department of Education Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent All Rights Reserved

18 College and Career Ready Performance Index, High School, Grades Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent “Making Education Work for All of Georgia’s Students” CONTENT MASTERY (END of COURSE TESTS in some areas to be REPLACED by COMMON CORE ASSESSMENTS in ) 1.Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds on the Ninth Grade Literature End of Course Test (required participation rate ≥ 95%) 2.Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds on the American Literature End of Course Test (required participation rate ≥ 95%) 3.Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds on the Mathematics I/GPS Algebra (transitioning to CCGPS Coordinate Algebra) End of Course Test (required participation rate ≥ 95%) 4.Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds on the Mathematics II/GPS Geometry (transitioning to CCGPS Analytic Geometry) End of Course Test (required participation rate ≥ 95%) 5.Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds on the Physical Science End of Course Test (required participation rate ≥ 95%) 6.Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds on the Biology End of Course Test (required participation rate ≥ 95%) 7.Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds on the US History End of Course Test (required participation rate ≥ 95%) 8.Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds on the Economics End of Course Test (required participation rate ≥ 95%) POST HIGH SCHOOL READINESS 9.Percent of graduates completing a CTAE pathway, or an advanced academic pathway, or a fine arts pathway, or a world language pathway within their program of study 10.Percent of CTAE Pathway Completers earning a national industry recognized credential, or a passing score on a GaDOE recognized end of pathway assessment (operational in ) 11.Percent of graduates entering TCSG/USG not requiring remediation or learning support courses; or scoring at least 22 out of 36 on the composite ACT; or scoring at least 1550 out of 2400 on the combined SAT; or scoring 3 or higher on two or more AP exams; or scoring 4 or higher on two or more IB exams 12.Percent of graduates earning high school credit(s) for accelerated enrollment via ACCEL, Dual HOPE Grant, Move On When Ready, Early College, Gateway to College, Advanced Placement courses, or International Baccalaureate courses 13.Percent of graduates earning 2 or more high school credits in the same world language (operational in ) 14.Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds on the Georgia High School Writing Test 15.Percent of students achieving a Lexile measure greater than or equal to 1275 on the American Literature EOCT 16.Percent of EOCT assessments scoring at the Exceeds level 17.Student Attendance Rate (%) GRADUATION RATE 18.4-Year Cohort Graduation Rate (%) 19.5-Year Extended Cohort Graduation Rate (%) Georgia Department of Education Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent January 31, 2013 All Rights Reserved

19 College and Career Ready Performance Index, Middle School, Grades Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent “Making Education Work for All of Georgia’s Students” CONTENT MASTERY (CRCT in some areas to be REPLACED by COMMON CORE ASSESSMENTS in ) 1.Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds in ELA (required participation rate ≥ 95%) 2.Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds in reading (required participation rate ≥ 95%) 3.Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds in mathematics (required participation rate ≥ 95%) 4.Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds in science (required participation rate ≥ 95%) 5.Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds in social studies (required participation rate ≥ 95%) POST MIDDLE SCHOOL READINESS 6.Percent of English Learners with positive movement from one Performance Band to a higher Performance Band as measured by the ACCESS for ELLs 7.Percent of Students With Disabilities served in general education environments greater than 80% of the school day 8.Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds on the Grade Eight Writing Assessment (required participation rate ≥ 95%) 9.Percent of students in grade 8 achieving a Lexile measure equal to or greater than Percent of students completing 2 or more state defined career related assessments/inventories by the end of grade 8 11.Percent of students with a complete state defined Individual Graduation Plan by the end of grade 8 12.Student Attendance Rate (%) PREDICTOR FOR HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION 13.Percent of students in grade eight passing at least four courses in core content areas (ELA, mathematics, science, social studies) 14.Percent of CRCT assessments scoring at the Exceeds level Georgia Department of Education Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent January 31, 2013 All Rights Reserved

20 College and Career Ready Performance Index, Elementary School, Grades K - 5 Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent “Making Education Work for All of Georgia’s Students” CONTENT MASTERY (CRCT in some areas to be REPLACED by COMMON CORE ASSESSMENTS in ) 1.Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds in ELA (required participation rate ≥ 95%) 2.Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds in reading (required participation rate ≥ 95%) 3.Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds in mathematics (required participation rate ≥ 95%) 4.Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds in science(required participation rate ≥ 95%) 5.Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds in social studies (required participation rate ≥ 95%) POST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL READINESS 6.Percent of English Learners with positive movement from one Performance Band to a higher Performance Band as measured by the ACCESS for ELLs 7.Percent of Students With Disabilities served in general education environments greater than 80% of the school day 8.Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds on the Grade Five Writing Assessment (required participation rate ≥ 95%) 9.Percent of students in grade 3 achieving a Lexile measure equal to or greater than Percent of students in grade 5 achieving a Lexile measure equal to or greater than Percent of students in grades 1-5 completing the identified number of grade specific career awareness lessons aligned to Georgia’s 17 Career Clusters (operational in ) 12.Student Attendance Rate (%) PREDICTOR FOR HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION 13.Percent of students in Grade 5 passing at least 4 courses in core content areas (ELA, mathematics, science, social studies) (optional in 2012; required 2013 and beyond) 14.Percent of CRCT assessments scoring at the Exceeds level Georgia Department of Education Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent January 31, 2013 All Rights Reserved

21 CCRPI Points and Weighting Georgia Department of Education Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent All Rights Reserved

22 Achievement Calculations for High Schools Georgia Department of Education Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent All Rights Reserved 85.2% x 10 = x 10 = 8.5

23 Achievement Calculations for High Schools The 85% benchmark used in this example is for demonstration purposes and does not reflect the actual benchmark for this indicator..743 ÷.85 =.874 x 10 = 8.7 Georgia Department of Education Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent All Rights Reserved

24 Achievement Calculations for High Schools Georgia Department of Education Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent All Rights Reserved

25 Achievement Calculations for High Schools Georgia Department of Education Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent All Rights Reserved

26 Achievement Calculations for High Schools Georgia Department of Education Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent All Rights Reserved

27 Progress Calculations Student Growth Percentile (SGP) The SGP describes a student’s growth relative to other students with similar prior achievement. Each student obtains a growth percentile, indicating his or her “rank” on current achievement relative to other students with similar score histories (statewide). A student’s growth percentile can range from 1 to 99. Every student’s SGP has the potential to earn points towards the Progress Score. Progress calculations will utilize SGPs for FAY students. Georgia Department of Education Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent All Rights Reserved

28 Progress Calculations for High Schools To calculate Progress, GaDOE will: SGP RangesType of Growth 1-34Low Growth 35-65Typical Growth 66-99High Growth Rubric is subject to change. Georgia Department of Education Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent All Rights Reserved

29 Achievement Gap Calculations for High Schools To calculate Achievement Gap, GaDOE will: Utilize the school’s lowest quartile of FAY students based on scale scores (focal group). Utilize the state’s mean performance of FAY students based on scale scores (reference group). Standardize the scale scores for the school and the state using the 2011 (baseline year) state mean and standard deviation. Calculate the gap size by finding the difference between the mean scale scores for the state and the school. Assign a score for the gap size utilizing the rubric: Rubric is subject to change Georgia Department of Education Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent All Rights Reserved

30 Achievement Gap Calculations for High Schools To calculate Achievement Gap, GaDOE will: Calculate the gap change. o Current year gap size minus prior year gap size Assign a score for the gap change utilizing the rubric: Rubric is subject to change For each subject assessment, take the higher of the gap size and gap change. o ELA = 9 th Grade Lit, American Lit o Math = Math I, Algebra, Math II, Geometry o Science = Biology, Physical Science o Social Studies = US History, Economics Georgia Department of Education Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent All Rights Reserved

31 Achievement Gap Calculations for Elementary and Middle Schools To calculate Achievement Gap, GaDOE will: Calculate gap size. Calculate gap change. For each subject assessment, take the higher of the gap size and gap change. o Reading o ELA o Math o Science o Social Studies Georgia Department of Education Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent All Rights Reserved

32 Achievement Gap Calculations for High Schools Georgia Department of Education Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent All Rights Reserved

33 Challenge Points Opportunity for schools to earn additional points Maximum points allowed – 10 points Two components 1. ED/EL/SWD Performance Acknowledgement of the academic performance challenge of having significant number of ED/EL/SWD students Utilizes Performance Flags which are triggered by Performance Targets o Performance Targets are posted on Accountability’s web page 2. Exceeding the Bar Indicators Georgia Department of Education Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent All Rights Reserved

34 Challenge Points ED/EL/SWD Performance Utilizes Performance Flags – 27 Flags for High Schools Georgia Department of Education Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent All Rights Reserved

35 Challenge Points ED/EL/SWD Performance Utilizes Performance Flags – 15 Flags for Elementary and Middle Schools Georgia Department of Education Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent All Rights Reserved

36 Challenge Points ED/EL/SWD Performance Georgia Department of Education Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent All Rights Reserved

37 Challenge Points Exceeding the Bar Indicators The Exceeding the Bar (ETB) indicators will be benchmarked. o The ETB indicators not benchmarked relate to:  STEM program certification  School/LEA defined Innovative Practice Each indicator meeting the benchmark or the indicator criteria will earn 0.5 points towards the Challenge Points. Georgia Department of Education Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent All Rights Reserved

38 Challenge Points Earned Maximum points allowed = 10 points Challenge Points ED/EL/SWD Performance Points Exceeding the Bar Points Challenge Points ED/EL/SWD Performance Points Exceeding the Bar Points Challenge Points ED/EL/SWD Performance Points Exceeding the Bar Points = 10.5 Maximum points allowed for Challenge points = 10 Georgia Department of Education Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent All Rights Reserved

39 2012 CCRPI Timeline Georgia Department of Education Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent All Rights Reserved

40 Dr. Mike Buck, Chief Academic Officer Dr. Martha Reichrath, Deputy State School Superintendent for Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment/Accountability Melissa Fincher, Associate Superintendent for Assessment and Accountability Matt Cardoza, Director of Communications (404) Joanne Leonard, Ed.S. – Director of Accountability / Nancy Haight, Accountability Specialist / Cowen Harter, Ed.S. – Accountability Specialist / Donna Kelly, Ed.S. – Accountability Specialist / Paula Swartzberg - Accountability Specialist / Georgia Department of Education Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent All Rights Reserved


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