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1 Miami ISD Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR)

2 Changes to the Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR) The performance report formerly known as the Academic Excellence Indicator System (AEIS) report is now the Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR)

3 The TAPR shows student performance on STAAR for the current 2013 results and prior year (2012) and includes: – Performance of regular, English-language STAAR tests combined with: STAAR Spanish for grades 3, 4 and 5 STAAR – Alternate STAAR – Modified – STAAR performance by grade Reading grades 3-8 Math grades 3-8 Writing grades 4 & 7 Social Studies, grade 8 Science grades 5 & 8 Changes to the Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR)

4 (continued): The TAPR shows student performance on STAAR for the current 2013 results and prior year (2012) and includes – STAAR by EOC (2013 only) English Language Arts, Reading I, II and III English Language Arts, Writing I, II and III Algebra I, Geometry and Algebra II Biology, Chemistry and Physics World Geography, World History and US History Changes to the Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR)

5 (continued) The TAPR shows student performance on STAAR for the current 2013 results and prior year (2012) and includes: – STAAR Summed Across Grades by All Subjects, Reading/ELA, Math, Writing, Science and Social Studies for: Percent at Phase-in Level II or above (including TAKS grade 11) Percent at Final Level II or above Percent at Level III Advanced Changes to the Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR)

6 STAAR Progress Measure – Summed across grades for Reading, Writing and Math (2013 only) Percent Met or Exceeded Progress Rate Percent Exceeded Progress Rate Changes to the Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR)

7 STAAR Participation Rate – Shows the percent of tests that were included in accountability, not included in accountability and not tested (shown only for 2013) STAAR Other Measures – Progress of Prior Year STAAR Failures – Student Success Initiative (SSI) – Includes: Students Requiring Accelerated Instruction STAAR Cumulative Met Standard Changes to the Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR)

8 TAKS – Performance on TAKS (grade 11) for: English Language Arts Math Science Social Studies Changes to the Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR)

9 Annual Dropout Rate – Grades 9-12 – Grades 7-8 Longitudinal Graduation Rates – 4-year Longitudinal Rate, Class of 2012 and 2011 – 5-year Longitudinal Rate, Class of 2011 and 2010 – 6-year Extended Graduation Rate, Class of 2012 – 4 year and 5-year Federal Graduation Rates Without Exclusions – RHSP/DAP Graduates Annual Rate, Class of 2012 and 2011 Changes to the Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR)

10 Graduates Enrolled in Higher Education – Percent of students who enroll and begin instruction at an institution of higher education in the school year following high school graduation – The percent of students who successfully complete the first year of instruction at an institute of higher education without needing developmental courses Changes to the Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR)

11 PEIMS Financial Standard Report – All revenue, expenditure and tax information Changes to the Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR)

12 2013 TAPR Report Overview Section I – District/Campus Performance – STAAR Performance – TAKS Performance (Grade 11) – STAAR Participation – Attendance Rate – Annual Dropout Rate – Graduation Rate – College Readiness Indicators – Students Enrolled in IHE

13 Section II – District/Campus Profile – Student Information Demographics, class size – Staff Information Demographics, experience, salary information – Program Information Student enrollment, teachers by program 2013 TAPR Report Overview

14 PEIMS Financial Standard Report – Separate document found online Includes all revenue, expenditure and tax information 2013 TAPR Report Overview

15 STAAR Percent at Phase-in 1 Level II or Above End of Course – Reading/ELA

16 STAAR Percent at Phase-in 1 Level II or Above End of Course - Math

17 STAAR Percent at Phase-in 1 Level II or Above End of Course - Science

18 STAAR Percent at Phase-in 1 Level II or Above End of Course – Social Studies

19 TAKS Met Standard Grade 11

20 STAAR Percent at Phase-in 1 Level II or Above Reading

21 STAAR Percent at Phase-in 1 Level II or Above Math

22 STAAR Percent at Phase-in 1 Level II or Above Writing

23 STAAR Percent at Phase-in 1 Level II or Above Science

24 STAAR Percent at Phase-in 1 Level II or Above Social Studies

25 STAAR Percent at Final Level II Reading

26 STAAR Percent at Final Level II Math

27 STAAR Percent at Final Level II Writing

28 STAAR Percent at Final Level II Science

29 STAAR Percent at Final Level II Social Studies

30 STAAR Percent at Level III Advanced Reading

31 STAAR Percent at Level III Advanced Math

32 STAAR Percent at Level III Advanced Writing

33 STAAR Percent at Level III Advanced Science

34 STAAR Percent at Level III Advanced Social Studies

35 STAAR Percent Met or Exceeded Progress Reading

36 STAAR Percent Met or Exceeded Progress Mathematics

37 STAAR Percent Exceeded Progress Reading

38 STAAR Percent Exceeded Progress Mathematics

39 Attendance School Year

40 Annual Dropout Rate (Grades 7-8) School Year

41 Annual Dropout Rate (Grades 9-12) School Year

42 4-Year Longitudinal Rate (9-12) Class of 2012

43 4-Year Federal Graduation Rate Without Exclusions (9-12) Class of 2012

44 5-Year Extended Longitudinal Rate (9-12) Class of 2011

45 5-Year Extended Federal Graduation Rate Without Exclusions (9-12) Class of 2011

46 2012 College Ready Graduates English Language Arts

47 2012 College Ready Graduates Mathematics

48 2012 College Ready Graduates Both Subjects

49 Graduates Enrolled in TX Institution of Higher Ed Completing One Year Without Remediation

50 PEIMS Financial Standard Report Miami received a perfect score on the FIRST rating for the school year.

51 Violent and Criminal Incidents Texas statute (TEC ) requires every district to publish an annual report on violent and criminal incidents at campuses in the district The report must include: – Number, rate and type of incidents – Information concerning school violence prevention and intervention policies and procedures used by the district – Findings that result from Safe and Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act

52 Violent and Criminal Incidents


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