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1 The Art and Science of CCRPI Maggie Glennon Middle Georgia RESA 1Jasper County September 2013

2 Are you an artist Are you a scientist? 2 The best educators and leaders are a little of both Jasper County September 2013

3 Art and Science How will you ensure: Your data gathering process align? Your counseling processes are aligned? That you are gathering the right data? You target the right Challenge Points? Do you know how to: Read the Performance Index? Understand the calculation formulas? Know where to go for help? 3Jasper County September 2013

4 WHAT MORE DO YOU WANT TO KNOW ABOUT CCRPI? Let’s Find Out... 4Jasper County September 2013

5 A FEW FACTS ELEMENTARY (Of 180 Districts) MIDDLE (Of 180 Districts) HIGH (Of 180 Districts) Jasper County Jones County Monroe County Would you say that Jasper County Schools ranked above average, on average or below average as compared to other Georgia School districts? Jasper County September 2013

6 Today’s Focus EQ: How can my school (system) use the CCRPI to drive improved student performance? 6Jasper County September 2013

7 Leverage?? = Using small things to create large changes For example, A-list principals:  Make every minute count  Focus on actions that will drive improvement  Are always intentional 7Jasper County September 2013

8 CCRPI “Success” Art Science School Success 8Jasper County September 2013

9 CCRPI “Success” Science School Success Knowing all the elements Knowing the metrics and measures Understanding the calculation methods Learning to predict scores 9Jasper County September 2013

10 CCRPI “Success” ART School Success Analyzing school strengths and weaknesses Selecting clear targets Closely monitoring key targets Aligning school processes 10Jasper County September 2013

11 CCRPI vs. AYP Broader than AYP Much more complex Focused on getting students ready for college and careers Forces schools to set clear academic and non-academic goals Much greater public information & transparency 11Jasper County September 2013

12 The Art & Science of CCRPI... In A Nutshell Are we paying attention? 12Jasper County September 2013

13 In A Nutshell... Are we paying attention? Are we looking at the details? Are we checking our work? Are we monitoring? Are we designating accountability? Are we finding the links to TKES & LKES? 13Jasper County September 2013

14 LOOKING INSIDE THE CCRPI 14Jasper County September 2013

15 Achievement Points (70 pts) Progress Points (15 pts) Achievement Gap (15 pts) Challenge Points (10 pts) CRCTs/ EOCTs (28 pts) Readiness (21 pts) Graduation (21 pts) ED/EL/SWD Performance Exceeding the Bar CCRPI Components 15Jasper County September 2013

16 Overall Picture Because the bulk of your CCRPI is based on student achievement, you can make greatest gains by ensuring that curriculum, assessment, and instructional practices are the best they can be. 16Jasper County September 2013

17 Leverage Point #1 1a. Is your curriculum fully aligned and updated annually? 1b. Are your assessment practices fully aligned to the curriculum? 1c. Are all your teachers using best instructional practices? 1d. Are all students held to the same rigorous expectations? 17Jasper County September 2013

18 Leverage Point #2: Participation In order to get credit for any Content Mastery indicator, the school must have a 95% participation rate  Do your counselors/registrars know what they should be doing?  Do they know how to do it?  Are they getting it right?  Is any one checking? 18Jasper County September 2013

19 Participation Rate 2012 CCRPI Report – Schools will earn points on the Content Mastery indicators if the Participation Rate < 95%. – Participation Rate will be suppressed on the 2012 CCRPI public reports CCRPI Report – Schools will earn ZERO (0) points for the Content Mastery indicators if the Participation Rate is < 95%. 19Jasper County September 2013

20 95% Participation Rate Issues GaDOE Calculation IssuesSchool Coding Issues 1AP and IB course with prior course Biology and IB Biology o Student takes Biology in a prior year and takes IB Biology in current year Traditional schedule with year-long courses 1 st semester – Math 1 2 nd semester – Algebra Same course offered both semesters yet different course numbers submitted in SR 2Trailer Courses Traditional schedule with year-long courses o 1 st semester – semester A (fails) o 2 nd semester – semester A (retakes semester A – trailer course) o Student has not completed course Transfer courses & Teacher Code submitted in SR : for course transferred outside GA : for course transferred from another school in Georgia 3Students transferring out before end of marking period yet course grade is submitted in SR 20Jasper County September 2013

21 Participation Rate Issues After the public release of the 2012 CCRPI report, Accountability will apply the calculation fixes (for the GaDOE issues) to the 2012 data. The recalculated participation rates will be posted in the portal for schools and districts to review. Schools should review the data currently in the portal reports and alert your Accountability Specialist of any issue you find with the calculations. 21Jasper County September 2013

22 CCRPI Report 22Jasper County September 2013

23 Participation Rate Are we about to repeat the same mistakes? Analyze your data file to determine the most common reasons students were not tested last year. SIS Set Up and Grade Reporting? 23Jasper County September 2013

24 Achievement Points (70 pts) Progress Points (15 pts) Achievement Gap (15 pts) Challenge Points (10 pts) CRCTs/ EOCTs (28 pts) Readiness (21 pts) Graduation (21 pts) ED/EL/SWD Performance Exceeding the Bar CCRPI Components

25 Getting Down To Details The Achievement Score of the CCRPI is made up of three sections:  Content Mastery  Post Elementary/Middle/High School Readiness  Graduation Rate/Predictors 25Jasper County September 2013

26 70 Points = 70% of total CCRPI 28 pts 40% 21 Pts 30% 21 Pts 30% 26Jasper County September 2013

27 Overall Score: 100 possible Points Achievement 70% = 70 Points Content Mastery = 40% =28 pts Post HS/MS/ES Readiness = 30% =21 pts Grad Rate/Grad Predictor Rate = 30% = 21 pts + Progress: 15% = 15points + Achievement Gap: 15% = 15 points 100% of Achievement Score Elementary & Middle High School 27Jasper County September 2013

28 Content Mastery EOCT: 8 Subjects each with a potential of 10 points CRCT (Grades 3-8) 5 Subjects (Reading, ELA, Math, Science, & Social Studies) each with a potential of 10 points 28Jasper County September 2013

29 CRCT Example ABC Middle School Meet & Exceeds ELA 93.0% 93.0x10 = 9.30 points Reading 91.5% 91.5x10 = 9.15 points Math 84.4% 84.4x10 = 8.44 points Social Studies 79.3% 79.3x10 = 7.93 points Science 65.8% 65.8x10 = 6.58 points Jasper County September 2013

30 CRCT Example ABC Middle School Meet & Exceeds ELA 93.0% 93.0x10 = 9.30 points Reading 91.5% 91.5x10 = 9.15 points Math 84.4% 84.4x10 = 8.44 points Social Studies 79.3% 79.3x10 = 7.93 points Science 65.8% 65.8x10 = 6.58 points Jasper County September 2013

31 CRCT Example ABC Middle School Meet & Exceeds ELA 93.0% 93.0x10 = 9.30 points Reading 91.5% 91.5x10 = 9.15 points Math 84.4% 84.4x10 = 8.44 points Social Studies 79.3% 79.3x10 = 7.93 points Science 65.8% 65.8x10 = 6.58 points Jasper County September 2013

32 CRCT Example ABC Middle School Meet & Exceeds ELA 93.0% 93.0x10 = 9.30 points Reading 91.5% 91.5x10 = 9.15 points Math 84.4% 84.4x10 = 8.44 points Social Studies 79.3% 79.3x10 = 7.93 points Science 65.8% 65.8x10 = 6.58 points Jasper County September 2013

33 CRCT: Grades 2-8ScorePointsRounding ELA Reading Math Social Studies Science Sum of Points Earned41.4 Sum of Points Possible /50 =.828 Category Performance X.4 =.33 Category Weight (40%) X 70 = 23.1 Weighted Performance 0.2 Achievement Points Possible70 Points Achieved23 33Jasper County September 2013

34 EOCT Example ABC High School Met or Exceed Rates: 9 th Lit79.4% 79.4x10 = 7.9 points Am. Lit 84.3% 84.3x10 = 8.4 points US History75.3% 75.3x10 = 7.5 points Economics65.6% 65.6x10 = 6.6 points Biology72.4% 72.4x10 = 7.2 points Physical Sc.68.4% 68.4x10 = 6.8 points Math I78.9% 78.9x10 = 7.9 points Math II77.1% 77.1x10 = 7.7 points Total 6.0 points 34Jasper County September 2013

35 EOCT Example ABC High School Met or Exceed Rates: 9 th Lit79.4% 79.4x10 = 7.9 points Am. Lit 84.3% 84.3x10 = 8.4 points US History75.3% 75.3x10 = 7.5 points Economics65.6% 65.6x10 = 6.6 points Biology72.4% 72.4x10 = 7.2 points Physical Sc.68.4% 68.4x10 = 6.8 points Math I78.9% 78.9x10 = 7.9 points Math II77.1% 77.1x10 = 7.7 points Total 6.0 points 35Jasper County September 2013

36 EOCT Example ABC High School Met or Exceed Rates: 9 th Lit79.4% 79.4x10 = 7.9 points Am. Lit 84.3% 84.3x10 = 8.4 points US History75.3% 75.3x10 = 7.5 points Economics65.6% 65.6x10 = 6.6 points Biology72.4% 72.4x10 = 7.2 points Physical Sc.68.4% 68.4x10 = 6.8 points Math I78.9% 78.9x10 = 7.9 points Math II77.1% 77.1x10 = 7.7 points Total 6.0 points 36Jasper County September 2013

37 EOCT Example ABC High School Met or Exceed Rates: 9 th Lit79.4% 79.4x10 = 7.9 points Am. Lit 84.3% 84.3x10 = 8.4 points US History75.3% 75.3x10 = 7.5 points Economics65.6% 65.6x10 = 6.6 points Biology72.4% 72.4x10 = 7.2 points Physical Sc.68.4% 68.4x10 = 6.8 points Math I78.9% 78.9x10 = 7.9 points Math II77.1% 77.1x10 = 7.7 points Total 6.0 points 37Jasper County September 2013

38 38 EOCT ScorePointsRounding 9th Literature Amer Literature Math/Alg Math/Geo Physical Science Biology US History Economics Sum of Points Earned60 Sum of Points Possible80 60/80 =.75 Category Performance /.4 =.3 Category Weight (40%) 0.4.3X 70 = 21 Weighted Performance 0.3 Achievement Points Possible70 Points Achieved21 Jasper County September 2013

39 Simplified: Divide the pass rate by 10.(79.4 = 7.94) Round to the nearest tenth.(7.94 = 7.9) Add up the results for all tests. (60) Divide by the points possible.(60/80 = 75%) 75% of 28 points = 21 points 39Jasper County September 2013

40 70% of total CCRPI 40% 30% 40Jasper County September 2013

41 Strategies that Support Achievement We know that students learn best when they think that we care about them enough to pay attention to them. Are we paying attention to and monitoring the details in a deliberate and intentional manner? 41Jasper County September 2013

42 Leverage Point #3 1.Do your school improvement plans address the % of students exceeding on the CRCT/EOCT? 2.Do your Data Rooms/Data Discussions address the % of students exceeding on the CRCT/EOCT? 3.Do you regularly monitor and tally the % of students who are passing all four core areas? 4.Do your schools have flexible & immediate interventions for students who are failing one or more subject? 42Jasper County September 2013

43 Post High/Middle/Elementary Readiness 30% Green type denotes criteria that were benchmarked in FY 11 and DOE is currently working on benchmarks for FY 12 There are a mixture of criteria Schools need to look internally Districts need to ensure alignment between schools 43Jasper County September 2013

44 BenchmarkPerformance Adjusted Performance Points Possible Points Earned 6 Percent of ELs with positive movement from one Performance Band to a higher Performance Band Percent of SWDs served in general education environments greater than 80% of the school day Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds on the Grade 5 Writing Assessment (participation rate >= 95%) Percent of students in grade 3 achieving a Lexile measure equal to or greater than /86.4 = 70.4 Jasper County September 2013

45 BenchmarkPerformance Adjusted Performance Points Possible Points Earned 10 Percent of students in grade 5 achieving a Lexile measure equal to or greater than Career awareness lessons aligned to Georgia’s 17 Career Clusters (operational in ) NA 12 Student Attendance Rate (%) Total Points Category Performance % X 21 Possible Points = Jasper County September 2013

46 BenchmarkPerformance Adjusted Performance Points Possible Points Earned 6 Percent of ELs with positive movement from one Performance Band to a higher Performance Band Percent of SWDs served in general education environments greater than 80% of the school day Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds on the Grade 8 Writing Assessment (participation rate >= 95%) Percent of students in grade 8 achieving a Lexile measure equal to or greater than /86.4 = 70.4 Jasper County September 2013

47 BenchmarkPerformance Adjusted Performance Points Possible Points Earned 10 Percent students completing 2+ career inventories by end 8 th Grade Percent students with complete Graduation Plan by end 8 th Grade) NA 12 Student Attendance Rate (%) Total Points Category Performance % X 21 Possible Points = Jasper County September 2013

48 Simplified: If the indicator performance percentage is equal to or above the benchmark, award 10 points for the indicator. If not, divide the performance percentage by the benchmark. (60.8 divided by 86.4 = 70.4) Divide by 10. (70.4 divided by 10 = 7.04) Round to the nearest tenth.(70.4 = 7.0) Add up the results for all indicators. (51.3) Divide by the points possible. (51.3 divided by 70 =.7328) ES/MS (HS: Divide by 90) Multiply the total points possible by.7328 (.7328 X 21 Possible Points = 15.39) 48Jasper County September 2013

49 Post-Elementary School Readiness: 30% or 21 Points CriteriaQuestions to Ask Suggested Accountability 6. ELL grade-band movement on ACCESS Do we track the data? Who is accountable? ELL Teachers Teachers 7. % SWD in general education 80%+ of school day SWD Lead. Administration 8. % Meets/exceeds on 5 th & 8 th Grade Writing Is the instruction rigorous enough? Teachers 9. Grade 3 Lexile measure of 650+ Are the expectations high enough? 10. Grade 5 Lexile measure of % completed career awareness lessons Are these being tracked? Does the high school get the data? Counselors 12. AttendanceAre there interventions? Administration/Registrar 49Jasper County September 2013

50 Post-Middle School Readiness: 30% or 21 Points CriteriaQuestions to Ask Suggested Accountability 6. ELL grade-band movement on ACCESS Do we track the data? ELL Teachers Teachers 7. % SWD in general education 80%+ of school day Who is accountable? SWD Lead. Administration 8. % Meets/exceeds on 5 th & 8 th Grade Writing Is the instruction rigorous enough? Teachers 9. Grade 8 Lexile measure of Are the expectations high enough? 10. % with 2+ career inventories by end of 8 th grade Are these being tracked? Is the high school being included in the data? Who is accountable? Counselors 11% completed Graduation Plan by end of 8 th grade 12. AttendanceAre there interventions? Administration/Registrar 50Jasper County September 2013

51 Post-High School Criteria: 30% or 21 Points CriteriaQuestions To Ask Suggested Accountability 9. Pathway CompletionDo we track the data? Counseling Dept 10. Industry CredentialIs everybody aware of the importance of these data? 11. No post-secondary remediation required How well are we using the TAA program? 12. Accelerated CreditsHow well are the 8 th grade and 9 th grade counselors working together World Language Credits 14. Meets/Exceeds GHSWTDo we have the right scaffolding in place? Teachers 15. Lexile of on the Am. Lit. EOCT Are the expectations high enough? Is instruction rigorous enough? 16. EOCT at exceeds level 17. AttendanceAre there interventions? Administration /Registrar 51Jasper County September 2013

52 70% of total CCRPI 40% 30% 52Jasper County September 2013

53 Graduation Rate: 30% or 21 Points High School: 4-year and 5-year Cohort Method calculations 53Jasper County September 2013

54 BenchmarkPerformance Adjusted Performance Points Possible Points Earned 13 Percent of students in grade eight passing at least four courses in core content areas (ELA, mathematics, science, social studies Percent of CRCT assessments scoring at the Exceeds level Total Points Category Performance %.74 74% X 21 Possible Points = Jasper County September 2013

55 High School Graduation Rate ABC High School:4-year graduation rate = year graduation rate = %x10 = %x10 = Total possible score is 20 so 16.21/20=.8105 or 81.05% The category weight is 30%.8105 X.30 = Weighted Performance X 70 = 16.8 Points earned 55Jasper County September 2013

56 BenchmarkPerformance Adjusted Performance Points Possible Points Earned 13 Percent of students in grade eight passing at least four courses in core content areas (ELA, mathematics, science, social studies Percent of CRCT assessments scoring at the Exceeds level Total Points Category Performance %.74 74% X 21 Possible Points = Jasper County September 2013

57 BenchmarkPerformance Adjusted Performance Points Possible Points Earned 13 Percent of students in grade five passing at least four courses in core content areas (ELA, mathematics, science, social studies Percent of CRCT assessments scoring at the Exceeds level Total Points Category Performance %.74 74% X 21 Possible Points = Jasper County September 2013

58 70% of total CCRPI 40% 30% 58Jasper County September 2013

59 Achievement Points (70 pts) Progress Points (15 pts) Achievement Gap (15 pts) Challenge Points (10 pts) CRCTs/ EOCTs (28 pts) Readiness (21 pts) Graduation (21 pts) ED/EL/SWD Performance Exceeding the Bar CCRPI Components 59Jasper County September 2013

60 Leverage Point #4: Progress Score Do you and your teachers know how to read the Student Growth Percentile (SGP)? Have you set growth targets for all students, groups of students, individual students? Are your gifted students growing at a faster rate than the “all” group? How does the growth of your SWD compare to your “all” students? Are there growth differences in different SWD subgroups? 60Jasper County September 2013

61 Progress Scores The Progress score will be calculated based on the percentage of a school’s students demonstrating typical or high growth via their Student Growth Percentiles (SGP). A SGP describes a student’s growth on state tests relative to other students statewide with similar prior achievement. A student’s growth percentile can range from 1 to 99, and every student’s SGPs may earn points towards the Progress Score. 61Jasper County September 2013

62 Progress Score: 15% of CCRPI 5 core CRCT subjects ELA, Reading, Math, Social Studies, Science 8 EOCT Subjects 2xScience, 2x Social Studies, 2x ELA, 2x Math FAY students Based on pre-determined DOE benchmarks 62Jasper County September 2013

63 Student Growth Percentiles Students obtain growth percentiles, ranging from 1 to 99, which indicate how their current achievement compares with that of their statewide academic peers with similar score histories. 63Jasper County September 2013

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65 Calculating the Median SGP for a Class Name SGP Marvin 26 Olive 29 Donald 31 Minnie 33 George 38 Charlie 40 Becky46 Scott49 Fred 51 Betty 53 Ellie 57 50% of Scores Above 50% of Scores Below 65Jasper County September 2013

66 Median vs Mean The median is a better indicator of central tendency if a set of scores has outliers. Suppose we use a sample of 10 households to estimate typical family income. Nine of the households have incomes between $75,000 and $100,000, but the tenth household has an annual income of $700,000. If we calculate the income of a typical household, the mean will greatly over-estimate the income of a typical family -- because of the outlier -- while the median will not. 66Jasper County September 2013

67 Higher Achievement Lower Growth Lower Achievement Lower Growth Higher Achievement Higher Growth Lower Achievement Higher Growth % Meets & Exceeds Median Student Growth Percentile GROWTH ACHIEVEMENT 67Jasper County September 2013

68 Math CRCT All Districts in Georgia 63/41 Higher Achievement Lower Achievement Lower Growth Higher Achievement Higher Growth Lower Achievement Higher Growth Median Student Growth Percentile Lower Growth % Meets & Exceeds 68 Typical Growth Jasper County September 2013

69 Math CRCT All Districts in Georgia 63/41 Higher Achievement Lower Achievement Lower Growth Higher Achievement Higher Growth Lower Achievement Higher Growth Median Student Growth Percentile Lower Growth % Meets & Exceeds 69 High Growth Jasper County September 2013

70 Types of Growth SGP RangesType of Growth 1-34Low Growth 35-65Typical Growth 66-99High Growth 70Jasper County September 2013

71 Math CRCT All Schools in District Higher Achievement Lower Growth Lower Achievement Lower Growth Higher Achievement Higher Growth Lower Achievement Higher Growth % Meets & Exceeds Median Student Growth Percentile 71Jasper County September 2013

72 Math CRCT All Math Teachers in the School Higher Achievement Lower Achievement Lower Growth Higher Achievement Higher Growth Lower Achievement Higher Growth Median Student Growth Percentile Lower Growth % Meets & Exceeds 72Jasper County September 2013

73 CRCTs # Students Meeting Typical/High Growth Count of Students with SGPs ELA2,1153,339 Reading2,2163,341 Mathematics1,6583,329 Science2,2603,443 Social Studies1,9993,440 Total10,24816,892 Percent Meeting Typical/High Growth ( / 16,892 =.60668) Weighted Performance (.60668)15 Progress Points Earned Jasper County September 2013

74 Achievement Points (70 pts) Progress Points (15 pts) Achievement Gap (15 pts) Challenge Points (10 pts) CRCTs/ EOCTs (28 pts) Readiness (21 pts) Graduation (21 pts) ED/EL/SWD Performance Exceeding the Bar CCRPI Components 74Jasper County September 2013

75 Achievement Gap Score – 15%  Gap between the lowest 25% of school’s achievers and the state average  Uses the higher of the gap size OR the gap change  Based on a DOE benchmark  Uses FAY students 75Jasper County September 2013

76  The Achievement Gap score assigns points to schools for their progress in closing or having small achievement gaps on state tests between schools’ lowest 25% of achievers and the state average.  The gap size is calculated by finding the difference in average scores on state tests between the school’s lowest 25% of achievers and the state.  The gap change compares the gap size for the prior year to the current year.  The school receives points for either the gap size or the gap change, which ever is higher. 76Jasper County September 2013

77 School’s lowest quartile of FAY students (focal group) State’s mean performance of FAY students (reference group) 77Jasper County September 2013

78 Leverage Point #5: Gaps Do you know what the gap is between your school’s lowest FAY quartile and the state FAY average? Do you know which students scored in the lowest quartile? Have you targeted those students with specific interventions? 78Jasper County September 2013

79 ACHIEVEMENT GAP SIZE Big Gap = Fewer Points Small Gap = More Points GAP SIZE SCORE 1.5 or Greater1 1.2 – Less than Jasper County September 2013

80 ACHIEVEMENT GAP CHANGE Big Gap Reduction = More Points Small Gap Reduction = Fewer Points GAP CHANGE SCORE 0.05 or Greater – – Less than Jasper County September 2013

81 EOCTs Gap Size Gap Change Higher of Gap Size/Gap Change Points Possible 9th Grade Lit/Amer. Lit Math I-Alg./Math II-Geo Biology/Phy. Science 2334 US History/Econ Total1216 Percent of Higher of Gap Size/Gap Change.75 (12 / 16 =.75) Weighted Performance (.75) X 15 Achievement Gap Points Earned 11.3 Points High School 81Jasper County September 2013

82 CRCTs Gap Size Gap Change Higher of Gap Size/Gap Change Points Possible ELA3234 Reading3334 Mathematics2444 Science2224 Social Studies2334 Total1520 Percent of Higher of Gap Size/Gap Change.75 (15 / 20 =.75) Weighted Performance (.75) X 15 Achievement Gap Points Earned 11.3 Points Elementary or Middle School 82Jasper County September 2013

83 CRCTs # Students Meeting Typical/High Growth Count of Students with SGPs ELA2,1153,339 Reading2,2163,341 Mathematics1,6583,329 Science2,2603,443 Social Studies1,9993,440 Total10,24816,892 Percent Meeting Typical/High Growth Weighted Performance (.60668)*15 Progress Points Earned Jasper County September 2013

84 Achievement Points (70 pts) Progress Points (15 pts) Achievement Gap (15 pts) Challenge Points (10 pts) CRCTs/ EOCTs (28 pts) Readiness (21 pts) Graduation (21 pts) ED/EL/SWD Performance Exceeding the Bar CCRPI Components 84Jasper County September 2013

85 Leverage Point #6 Challenge Points Although we know that the bulk of your CCRPI points will be earned through a rigorous instructional program and strong support processes...  Are there other aspects of our school that can be more fully aligned to support those processes?  Do we deserve public credit for something we are doing well? 85Jasper County September 2013

86 Challenge 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 ( posted on Accountability’s web page) 2. Exceeding the Bar Supplemental Indicators 86Jasper County September 2013

87 Challenge Points ED/EL/SWD Performance Utilizes Performance Flags – 27 Flags for High Schools 87Jasper County September 2013

88 Challenge Points ED/EL/SWD Performance Utilizes Performance Flags – 15 Flags for Elementary and Middle Schools 88Jasper County September 2013

89 P Subgroup met the State and Subgroup Performance Targets Subgroup met the Participation Rate, State Performance Target, and Subgroup Performance Target NA Not Applicable NA and Green Flags

90 SG P-SG Subgroup met Subgroup but not State Performance Target Subgroup met Participation Rate, State and Subgroup Performance Target, but not State Performance Target Yellow Flags

91 S P-S Subgroup met State but not Subgroup Performance Target Subgroup met Participation Rate and State Performance Target but not Subgroup Performance Target Yellow Flags

92 P Subgroup did not meet either the State or Subgroup Performance Targets Subgroup met the Participation Rate, but did not meet either the State or Subgroup Performance Targets Red Flags

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94 Student Group2012 Target State Target/All Students 83.7 Alaskan/American Indian 84.3 Asian/Pacific Islander 87.6 Black76.4 Econ. Disadvantaged76.3 Hispanic78.4 English Learners50.2 Multi-Racial89.9 Students with Disabilities 53.3 White90.2 Example of Performance Flags ED Students Meets/Exceeds 72.1% 9 th Grade Literature 94Jasper County September 2013

95 CRCT Reading for ED, EL, SWD P-SG P Update Excel File for Jasper County September 2013

96 ED/EL/SWD Performance Points FAY Students with Test Scores ED/EL/SWD FAY Students with Test Scores % ED/EL/SWD FAY Students with Test Scores Max. Points Potential Points Flag Count for ED/EL/SWD Flag Count for ED/EL/SWD Meeting Subgroup Performance Target % Flag Count for ED/EL/SWD Meeting Subgroup Performance Target EL/ED/SWD Performance Points Earned.5 Points Earned 96Jasper County September 2013

97 ED/EL/SWD Performance Points FAY Students with Test Scores EL/EL/SWD FAY Students with Test Scores % EL/EL/SWD FAY Students with Test Scores Max. Points Potential Points Flag Count for ED/EL/SWD Flag Count for ED/EL/SWD Meeting Subgroup Performance Target % Flag Count for ED/EL/SWD Meeting Subgroup Performance Target EL/ED/SWD Performance Points Earned.5 Points Earned 97Jasper County September 2013

98 Challenge Points Earned Maximum points allowed = 10 points ED/EL/SWD Performance Points Exceeding the Bar Points ED/EL/SWD Performance Points Exceeding the Bar Points ED/EL/SWD Performance Points Exceeding the Bar Points = 10.5 Maximum points allowed for Challenge points = 10 98Jasper County September 2013

99 Challenge Points 1.Estimate your ED/ELL/SWD points using an unduplicated count 2.Take that number away from 10 3.The remainder is the number of Exceeding the Bar points you should aim for Example: Estimate 7 ED/ELL/SWD points 10-7 = 3 ETB points = 6 indicators 99Jasper County September 2013

100 Achievement Points (70 pts) Progress Points (15 pts) Achievement Gap (15 pts) Challenge Points (10 pts) CRCTs/ EOCTs (28 pts) Readiness (21 pts) Graduation (21 pts) ED/EL/SWD Performance Exceeding the Bar CCRPI Components 100Jasper County September 2013

101 Exceeding the Bar: A Companion to the CCRPI for High Schools In addition to the nineteen (19) items within the CCRPI, 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 IB High Schools completing IB Career-Related Certificates (oper. 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; PBIS; service-learning programs; peer mediation; conflict mediation. (oper. 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 Jasper County September 2013

102 Exceeding the Bar Indicators # Exceeding the Bar Indicators Maximum # points Elementary105 Middle84 High84  Each ETB indicator is worth ½ point  Added to the Exceeding the bar points  Combined maximum = 10 points 102Jasper County September 2013

103 Challenge Points Earned Maximum points allowed = 10 points ED/EL/SWD Performance Points Exceeding the Bar Points ED/EL/SWD Performance Points Exceeding the Bar Points ED/EL/SWD Performance Points Exceeding the Bar Points = 10.5 Maximum points allowed for Challenge points = Jasper County September 2013

104 Leverage Points #7: Exceeding the Bar Although the ETB points are a very small percentage of your overall score, they can be used to drive and then support your overall school improvement process. 104Jasper County September 2013

105 Leverage Points #7: Exceeding the Bar Driving the school improvement process:  Pursuing STEM certification (E, M)  Offering above grade level courses (E, M)  Offering fine arts or world language classes (E, M)  Offering IB classes (H) 105Jasper County September 2013

106 Leverage Points #7: Exceeding the Bar Supporting the school improvement process:  Ensuring career portfolios are complete (E)  Ensuring Fitnessgram documentation sent to DOE (E, M)  % students passing 3 fine arts, career, language courses (M)  % students with a high school credit (M)  % students with 21 st Century Skills Technology Certification (M) 106Jasper County September 2013

107 Leverage Points #7: Exceeding the Bar for High School Supporting the school improvement process by monitoring the % of students: Graduates taking a college entrance exam Earning physics credit SWD earning 3 Carnegie credits in 3 core areas In 9 th grade with 4 core Carnegie credits ELL learners moving a performance band Graduates with Work-based Learning or Capstone Completing IB Career-related certificates 107Jasper County September 2013

108 Leverage Point #7: Exceeding the Bar Elementary/Middle/High To earn points for PBIS, all documentation must be completed on the DOE website PBIS Link Instruction-and-Assessment/Special- Education- Services/Documents/PBIS/Emergent_Operatio nal%20Final%20List_FY2013.pdf 108Jasper County September 2013

109 Leverage Point #7: Exceeding the Bar Elementary/Middle To earn points for Fitnessgram, all documentation must be completed on the DOE website Instruction-and-Assessment/Curriculum-and- Instruction/Pages/Health-and-Physical- Education.aspx 109Jasper County September 2013

110 Financial Efficiency and School Climate Rating Beginning 2013 – 2014 Star Ratings: – Financial Efficiency based on system and DOE audits – School Climate based on multiple surveys e.g. Safe and Drug Free Schools Survey Georgia School Personnel Survey Public information only – not for CCRPI points 110Jasper County September 2013

111 Comparing Your School Your CCRPI vs State Average BSMith.xlsx Insert your data into this spreadsheet to get an instant comparison of your school and the state 111Jasper County September 2013

112 Content Mastery Tools for CCRPI BSmith.xlsx Replace the red scores with your scores to get your school’s Content Mastery Score 112Jasper County September 2013

113 CCRPI Calculators Find the calculators on the DOE web page at: andAssessment/Accountability/Pages/default.aspx Copy of CCRPI Calculator - HS xlsx Copy of CCRPI Calculator - ES xlsx 113Jasper County September 2013

114 Simplified: If the indicator performance percentage is above the benchmark, award 10 points for the indicator. If not, divide the performance percentage by the benchmark. (35.5 divided by 59.1 = 60.1) Divide by 10. (60.1 divided by 10 = 6.01) Round to the nearest tenth.(60.1 = 6) Add up the results for both indicators. (14.8) Divide by the points possible. (14.8 divided by 20 =.74) Multiply the total points possible by.74. (.74 X 21 Possible Points = 15.54) 114Jasper County September 2013

115 Leverage Points 1.Ensuring your Curriculum, Assessment, and Instructional practices are rigorous and aligned vertically and horizontally 2.Ensure participation rates < than 95% 3.Ensure your plans, tracking, and monitoring practices support school readiness as well as academic achievement 4.Ensure your teachers as well as your school leaders understand and know how to read and use the SGP’s to set student targets Jasper County September

116 Leverage Points 5.Ensure the students in your school’s lowest quartile are identified and have learning supports 6.Ensure you are getting Challenge point credit that can help your standing in the community 7.Ensure you are getting Exceeding the Bar point credit that can help your standing in the community Jasper County September

117 Calculator Tools Tools for CCRPI Bsmith Your School Compared to State of Georgia Jasper County September

118 HS Calculator MS Calculator ES CALCULATOR Jasper County September


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