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1 No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) Know the Rules Track Performance Division of Performance Accountability

2 Purpose Review current AYP Rules and Calculations AYP and EDW AYP and Formative Assessment through The Princeton Review

3  All public schools, including Charter Schools Alternative Schools What schools are included in AYP?

4 Total Race/Ethnic Groups  White (W)  Black (B)  Hispanic (H)  Asian (A)  American Indian (I) What are the groups?

5 Economically Disadvantaged English Language Learners (ELL) Students with Disabilities (SWD) What are the groups?

6 Economically Disadvantaged  Eligible for Free or Reduced-Price Lunch What are the groups?

7 English Language Learners (ELL)  LY (currently active in program) and  LF (up to 2 years monitoring after exit from program) What are the groups?

8 Students With Disabilities  Students with exceptionality other than gifted What are the groups?

9  Greater than or equal to 30 and at least 15% of total school population or  At least 100 students in the subgroup count How many students are needed to calculate a groups proficiency?

10 95% What is the Participation Rate Target? S tudents in Survey 3 (February )

11 What is the proficiency rate target? Year Reading % Proficient Mathematics % Proficient was now Students in Survey 2 (October) and Survey 3 (February)

12 What is the writing proficiency rate target? All groups  At least 90% of students earn a score of 3.0 points or greater or 1% improvement from previous year

13 What is the graduation rate target? High Schools only  85% or greater or 1% improvement from previous year

14  All students Students with FCAT scores or Alternate Assessments (SWD only) What students are included in AYP?

15 What is considered proficient? FCAT & FAAR FCAT Reading and Math FCAT Writing FAAR Achievement Levels Level 3 and above Score 3 and above Level 3 and above

16  School Grade  Participation Rate  Graduation Rate  Proficiency in  Writing  Reading  Mathematics  Safe Harbor  Growth Model What are the components of the AYP Calculation?

17 School Grade Proficiency Target in both Reading and Math Participation Rate What are the components of the AYP Calculation? Writing & Graduation (HS) Criteria

18 Did each group not proficient meet Safe Harbor? Safe Harbor Did each group not meeting Safe Harbor meet the Growth Model? Growth Model Did the school meet the Writing & Graduation Criteria? Writing & Graduation (HS) Criteria Did each group meet Proficiency Target in both Reading and Math? Proficiency Target in both Reading and Math Did the school test 95% of every group? Participation Rate Did the school receive a D or F? School Grade AYP NOT MADE! MADE AYP! AYP NOT MADE! NO YES W&GW&G Did each group meet the Writing & Graduation Criteria? What are the components of the AYP Calculation? AYP NOT MADE! NO

19 Percent Tested and Proficiency Levels How does it work?

20 Percent Tested and Proficiency Levels A school or school district makes AYP if 95% of each group is tested, and if each group meets the proficiency targets in reading and mathematics, and if the school-wide writing percent proficient and graduation rate increases.*

21 AYP Report

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23 FY2007 Data with FY2007 Criteria Pct Tsted

24 FY2007 Data with FY2007 Criteria Pct Prof.

25 FY2007 Data with FY2007 Criteria Writing

26 AYP What I know? What I want to know? What I learned? % Tested & Proficiency Levels 1. Background 2.3.? Safe Harbor 4.?5. ?6. Growth Model

27 SAFE HARBOR How does it work?

28 Safe Harbor Safe Harbor If group does not meet the proficiency target, but the % in group below proficiency target reduced by at least 10% from previous year, and group makes progress in writing proficiency and graduation rate.*

29 FY2007 Data with FY2007 Criteria < Grd Lvl: R Safe Harbor

30 FY2007 Data with FY2007 Criteria < Grd Lvl: M Safe Harbor

31 10% of 63 = 763-7= 56 Safe Harbor Reading 10% of 66 = 7 10% of 56 = 656-6= = 59 You try next three

32 10% of 63 = 763-7= 56 Safe Harbor Reading 10% of 66 = 7 10% of 62 = 7 10% of 56 = 6 10% of 81 = 9 10% of 56 = 656-6= = = = = 59

33 10% of 57 = 657-6= 51 10% of 53 = 653-6= 47 10% of 64 = 764-7= 57 Safe Harbor Math

34 Calculating FY2008 Safe Harbor % Below GroupFY2007FY2008 Total43? White Black47? Hispanic39? Asian Am. Ind. ED44? ELL45? SWD60?

35 Calculating FY2008 Safe Harbor % Below GroupFY2007FY2008 Total43? White Black47? Hispanic39? Asian Am. Ind. ED44? ELL45? SWD60? 38 10% of 43 = 5; 43-5=

36 Calculating FY2008 Safe Harbor % Below % Proficient GroupFY2007FY2008 Total White Black Hispanic Asian Am. Ind. ED ELL SWD605446

37 AYP What I know? What I want to know? What I learned? % Tested & Proficiency Levels Safe Harbor ? Growth Model 7. ?8. ?9.

38 GROWTH MODEL How does it work?

39 GROWTH MODEL If any group does not meet the proficiency and safe harbor requirements, the percentage of students in that group who are on track to be proficient within three years meet criteria in reading and math, and that group must also make progress in writing proficiency and graduation rate.*

40 Grades 4-10  Students in Survey 2 (October) and Survey 3 (February)  Students with prior year FCAT DSS Grade 3  Students in Survey 2 (October) and Survey 3 (February)  First Time (no DSS available)  Retained GROWTH MODEL Who is included in the GROWTH MODEL ?

41 Proficiency within 3 years GROWTH MODEL How is the GROWTH MODEL trajectory determined?

42 FY 2007 Current Grade

43 DSS from FY 2006 (previous year) Base score for trajectory GROWTH MODEL How is the GROWTH MODEL trajectory determined?

44 Count three years from FY2006 (Base Score) GROWTH MODEL How is the GROWTH MODEL trajectory determined?

45 Determine the Proficiency Target GROWTH MODEL How is the GROWTH MODEL trajectory determined?

46 Subtract Proficiency Target from Base Score GROWTH MODEL How is the GROWTH MODEL trajectory determined?

47 Divide difference By 3 GROWTH MODEL How is the GROWTH MODEL trajectory determined?

48 285/3 = 95 Divide difference by 3 GROWTH MODEL How is the GROWTH MODEL trajectory determined?

49 + 95 = 1525 GROWTH MODEL How is the GROWTH MODEL trajectory determined? Determine Trajectory

50 + 95 = 1620 Year 1 DSS + 95 = 1525 GROWTH MODEL How is the GROWTH MODEL trajectory determined?

51 Determine Trajectory GROWTH MODEL How is the GROWTH MODEL trajectory determined? Year 1 DSS + 95 = 1620

52 Determine Trajectory Year 2 DSS GROWTH MODEL How is the GROWTH MODEL trajectory determined? Year 1 DSS + 95 = 1620

53 Determine Trajectory + 95 =1715 GROWTH MODEL How is the GROWTH MODEL trajectory determined? Year 2 DSS Year 1 DSS

54 Determine Trajectory Year 3 DSS GROWTH MODEL How is the GROWTH MODEL trajectory determined? + 95 =1715 Year 2 DSS Year 1 DSS

55 Trajectory Set GROWTH MODEL How is the GROWTH MODEL trajectory determined?

56 FY07 Year 1 – Student 1 On track: YES

57 Current Grade 5 Student 2

58 FY07 Year 1 – Student 2 On track: NO

59 FY08 Year 2 – Student 2 On track: NO

60 FY08 Year 3 – Student 2 On track: YES

61 Current Grade 6 Level 3 Student

62 Trajectory Set GROWTH MODEL How is the GROWTH MODEL trajectory determined?

63 Current Grade 3 First Time Proficient: YES Non-proficient: NO

64 Current Grade 3 Retained

65 Current Grade 3 Retained Student 3rd rd th th 2009 Current Grade

66 Current Grade 3 Retained Student 3rd rd th th 2009 Current Grade DSS from FY 2006 (previous year) Base score for trajectory

67 Current Grade 3 Retained Student 3rd rd th th 2009 Current Grade Proficiency Target Based on Grade 6 Level 3 DSS

68 Current Grade 3 Retained Student 3rd rd th th 2009 Current Grade Trajectory Set

69 Current Grade 8 Level 5 Student

70 Proficient: YES On track: YES Current Grade 8 Level 5 Student - Year 3

71 Current Grade Grade Used As The Basis For Trajectory Grade Used As Target For Proficiency Years in Trajectory Percent Of Difference Closed Per year % % % % GROWTH MODEL How is the GROWTH MODEL trajectory determined?

72 Current Grade Grade Used As The Basis For Trajectory Grade Used As Target For Proficiency Years in Trajectory Percent Of Difference Closed Per year % % % % GROWTH MODEL How is the GROWTH MODEL trajectory determined?

73 Current Grade Grade Used As The Basis For Trajectory Grade Used As Target For Proficiency Years in Trajectory Percent Of Difference Closed Per year % % % % GROWTH MODEL How is the GROWTH MODEL trajectory determined?

74 Improving an achievement level maintaining a proficient level from the prior year: i.e.,  3 to 3  4 to 4  5 to 5 How is the growth of SWD students with FAAR scores determined? ?

75 GROWTH How is a School’s GROWTH percent calculated? 100Students are in survey 2 and 3 and have prior DSS scores 50Students met growth criteria 50%School’s Growth Percent

76 What is the proficiency rate target? Year Reading % Proficient Mathematics % Proficient School was now

77  Greater than or equal to 30 and at least 15% of total school population or  At least 100 students in the subgroup count GROWTH How many students are needed to calculate a School’s GROWTH percent?

78 FY2007 Data with FY2007 Criteria < Grw R Grw Model

79 FY2007 Data with FY2007 Criteria < Grw M

80 *AYP Rules at Bottom of Report AYP Writing and Graduation Rules & Reporting Rules % Tested & Proficiency Levels Safe Harbor Growth Model

81 AYP What I know? What I want to know? What I learned? % Tested & Proficiency Levels Safe Harbor Growth Model ?

82 Review of your AYP Report


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