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1 November 17, 2009 State Growth Model Trends AYP Results 2009 School Committee Presentation Brockton Public Schools

2 2009 School Committee Presentation Accomplishments Concerns AYP Results Gap Analysis Subgroup Performance Comparable Districts Trends Introduction Comparable Districts State Growth Model Brockton Public Schools

3 AYP Accomplishments Brockton makes AYP in Aggregate for ELA & Math BHS makes AYP in both ELA and math in the aggregate and for all subgroups! North and South Middle School & Arnone make AYP in Aggregate and all subgroups for ELA Brockton Public Schools

4 18 Ways to Miss AYP Brockton High School ELA 6 Targets3 Categories Brockton Public Schools

5 AYP Challenges No status change for the district No positive status change for schools. Brockton Public Schools

6 AYP Success in the Aggregate, Challenge with Subgroups Adequate Yearly Progress History NCLB Status ELA Aggregate Yes No Yes Corrective Action - Subgroups All Subgroups - - No MATH Aggregate Yes No Yes Corrective Action - Subgroups All Subgroups - - No Brockton Public Schools

7 Trends Accomplishments Grades 7, 8, 10 Showed strong improvement in ELA. Grades 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10 showed strong improvement in Math Concerns Grade 3 ELA trending down. Grades 4, 5, 6 flat in ELA Grade 3 Math Down Sharply Brockton Public Schools

8 ELA CPI Aggregate BPS vs. State Brockton Public Schools

9 Decreasing the Gap with the state ELA CPI Grade points Grade points Brockton Public Schools

10 Closing in on the state ELA CPI Grade point gap Grade point gap Brockton Public Schools

11 Grade 3 ELA BPS Vs State 8 Point Drop.8 Drop Brockton Public Schools

12 2009 Highest ELA CPI 8.8 Brockton Public Schools

13 Grade 3 ELA 14 Brockton Public Schools

14 Grade 10 CPI 3.1 Brockton Public Schools

15 Math CPI Aggregate BPS vs. State Brockton Public Schools

16 Decreasing the Gap with the state MTH CPI 3.4 points Grade points Grade points Grade 10 Brockton Public Schools

17 Grade 3 CPI Math 8 point Drop BPSState 3.5 point gain Brockton Public Schools

18 Grade 6 Math CPI 8.1 Brockton Public Schools

19 Grade Brockton Public Schools

20 2009 Highest District Math CPI 11.4 Brockton Public Schools

21 ELA Standouts Grade Gain Brockton Fall River Worcester Lowell Boston Lynn N. Bedfd Springfield Lawrence Brockton Public Schools

22 Math Standouts Grade Gain Brockton Lowell Worcester N. Bedfd Lynn Fall River Boston Lawrence Springfield Grade Gain Brockton Lowell Fall River Worcester Boston Lynn N. Bedfd Lawrence Springfield Grade Gain Lowell Brockton Lynn Fall River Boston Worcester N. Bedfd Lawrence Springfield Brockton Public Schools

23 Trend Summary Accomplishments Highest overall CPI in both ELA and Math Grades 4, 6, 7, 8, 10 rank #1 in ELA Grades 6, 7 rank # 1 in Math Concerns Grade 3 ELA and math trending down in relative and absolute terms Grades 4, 5, 6 flat in ELA Brockton Public Schools

24 Subgroup Achievement Gap Accomplishments Hispanic Subgroup higher than state Hispanic average for ELA and Math Most subgroups are close to state average for that subgroup BPS at or near the top for most subgroups with comparable districts Concerns SPED roughly 10 CPI points lower than state average BPS Hispanic outperformance relative to state average is decreasing Brockton Public Schools

25 ELA CPI SPED BPS vs. State Brockton Public Schools

26 BPS Hispanic Math CPI higher than State Hispanic Average! Brockton Public Schools

27 BPS Hispanic ELA CPI 2009 higher than State Hispanic Average +.9 Brockton Public Schools

28 LEP Math point gap Brockton Public Schools

29 2009 LEP ELA CPI 6 point gap Brockton Public Schools

30 Summing up Subgroups Overall performance is relatively strong in both ELA and Math Subgroups Apples to apples comparison SPED Brockton Public Schools

31 State Growth Model: Student Growth Percentile (SGP) Academic Peer Group Each student is compared to students with a similar score history Percentiles State Growth Percentile is always th percentile means better than 70 % Brockton Public Schools

32 Growth to grade 7: Three students Ivy Harry Gina SGP 2009 Grade Grade Grade Academic Peer Group Brockton Public Schools

33 Interpreting student growth percentiles Gina’s SGP was 35. This means her score in grade 7 was higher than 35 percent of her academic peers (and less than 65 percent). – Is that amount of growth typical? 35 Percent of students Lower growthHigher growthTypical growth Brockton Public Schools

34 Seeking the Northeast Quadrant Lo Performance, Hi GrowthHi Performance Hi growth Lo Performance, Lo GrowthHi Performance, Lo Growth Performance (CPI) Growth SGPGrowth SGP Brockton Public Schools

35 SGP Trend Summary Accomplishments Grades 8, 10 rank #1 in ELA Grade 7 rank # 2 but outgained all in Math Concerns Grades 4, 5, 6 ranked # 3, 6, 4 respectively in ELA Grades 4, 5 declined substantially in MTH Brockton Public Schools

36 Grade 8 ELA SGP vs. CPI growthgrowth Performance Brockton Public Schools

37 Grade 10 ELA CPI Vs SGP Brockton Public Schools

38 Conclusions #1 in ELA and Math for comparable urban districts Growth rates in Math potential concern Comparable Performance Middle & High School Strong in ELA Middle & High School relatively strong in Math Trends Careful review of early elementary performance Sharing & learning from our remarkable successes Next Steps Brockton Public Schools

39 END State Growth Model Trends AYP Results 2009 School Committee Presentation Brockton Public Schools


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