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OGISD Board of Trustees September 19, 2011 Orange Grove Elementary 2010-11 Accountability Report.

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1 OGISD Board of Trustees September 19, 2011 Orange Grove Elementary Accountability Report

2 State Accountability System Subjects Measured by TAKS test Reading, Math Student Groups Measured All Students, Hispanic, White, Economically Disadvantaged Also Measures Commended Performance Rates, and English Language Learner (ELL) Progress Measure

3 State Accountability System Exemplary 90% Passing Rate for Each Student Group 25% or Higher Commended Performance Rate Recognized 80% Passing Rate for Each Student Group 15% or Higher Commended Performance Rate Academically Acceptable 70% Passing Rate for Each Student Group in Reading, Writing, Social Studies 65% Passing Rate in Math for Each Student Group 60% Passing Rate in Science for Each Student Group Unacceptable: any score below Acceptable cutoff

4 Major Changes To The State Accountability System The State of Texas Accountability System had major changes for the school year Discontinued the use of the Texas Projection Measure (TPM) Added a standard for Commended Performance 15% or higher for Recognized 25% or higher for Exemplary Included the scores of all special education students including students who took the TAKS Modified and the TAKS Alternate Assessments Added a standard for English Language Learners (ELLs) 60% or higher of ELLs must either progress one level on their Texas English Language Proficiency System (TELPAS) rating Pass the reading/ELA TAKS test Meet the standard on the TELPAS reading section The state has been in the process of increasing the rigor of the TAKS tests over the past few years

5 Definition of Terms Commended Performance Rate of students who score at the commended performance level for each subject area and in the All Students and Economically Disadvantaged student groups 15% or higher for Recognized 25% or higher for Exemplary English Language Learner Progress Measure Combines results from TAKS reading/ELA and Texas English Language Proficiency Assessment System (TELPAS) Met the passing standard on TAKS reading/ELA test, or Met their proficiency level on TELPAS reading test, or Showed progress on TELPAS reading from the prior year 60% or higher must meet standard These two indicators are new for the school year

6 Campus TAKS Reading/ELA CampusAreaGroup Elementary Reading/ELAAll Students 94% 95%93%94% Elementary Reading/ELAHispanic 92% 90%92% Elementary Reading/ELAWhite 93%96%98%97% Elementary Reading/ELAEcon. Disadvantaged 90%86%87%90%93%

7 TAKS Math Data CampusAreaGroup Elementary MathAll Students 92%85%87%91%87% Elementary MathHispanic 91%84%82%88%80% Elementary MathWhite 93%88%94%95%97% Elementary MathEcon. Disadvantaged 90%85% 80%84%

8 State Accountability: Campus Summary Using Absolute Standards Exemplary:Reading Recognized:Math Exemplary: Commended Performance Rate Reading Recognized: Commended Performance Rate Math Recognized Campus Rating:Recognized

9 Federal Accountability System: AYP Adequate Yearly Progress AYP measures Reading and Math, using TAKS scores All Students, African American, Hispanic, White, Economically Disadvantaged, and Special Education Two Ratings Met AYP: 80% each group Reading; 75% each group Math Missed AYP: any score by any group below 80% or 75% Elementary Rating: Met AYP Reading—93%(Special Education – 64%) Math—87%(Special Education – 36%)

10 Now What? The Campus Improvement Plan will address State Accountability: Math Special Education Change to the STAAR assessment Federal Accountability: Special Education in Reading & Math Access to the Regular Curriculum through Inclusion Reducing the number of students who take STAAR Modified

11 Campus Goals The District and each Campus will attain and maintain Exemplar rating As a Campus, we did not maintain Exemplary status. We are at Exemplary levels with our scores in the area of Reading. We are at Recognized levels with our scores in the area of Math and special education performance The accountability system changed from last year to this year Texas Projection Measure (TPM) was discontinued All special education students scores (including the TAKS Modified and TAKS Alternate) were included Commended Performance standards English Language Learner (ELL) Progress standards Our commitment is to continue to increase our percent passing and our advanced academic performance percentages as we move into the era of STAAR assessments


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