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1 AADDC: Science and Social Studies | March 7, 2014 Texas Education Agency | Office of Assessment and Accountability Division of Performance Reporting Overview of Academic Achievement Distinction Designations

2 2 Accountability Rating Labels Accountability Rating (Campuses and Districts) Met Standard Met Alternative Standard* (assigned to charter operators and alternative education campuses (AECs) evaluated under alternative education accountability (AEA) provisions) Improvement Required Texas Education Agency | Office of Assessment and Accountability | Division of Performance Reporting *AECs evaluated under AEA provisions are not eligible for distinction designations, per Texas Education Code (TEC) §

3 3 Distinction Designations 2013  Academic Achievement in:  Reading/English Language Arts (ELA)  Mathematics  Index 2: Student Progress – Top 25% 2014  Academic Achievement in:  Reading/ELA  Mathematics  Science  Social Studies  Index 2: Student Progress – Top 25%  Index 3: Closing Performance Gaps  Index 4: Postsecondary Readiness for campuses and districts Texas Education Agency | Office of Assessment and Accountability | Division of Performance Reporting Shaded areas are new for 2014 Campuses that receive an accountability rating of Met Standard are eligible for the following distinction designations.

4 4 Academic Achievement Distinction Designation Texas Education Agency | Office of Assessment and Accountability | Division of Performance Reporting 2013 Academic Achievement - Reading/ELA and mathematics  Campuses with grades 3-12 enrollment that achieve a Met Standard rating are eligible to receive academic achievement distinction designation (AADD).  Campuses are evaluated solely on the “All Students” student group.  Elementary and middle schools in the top quartile on at least 50 percent of the above indicators receive a distinction designation for that subject area.  High schools in the top quartile on at least 33 percent of the above indicators receive a distinction designation for that subject area.

5 5 Texas Education Agency | Office of Assessment and Accountability | Division of Performance Reporting AADD Indicator High School Middle School Junior High ElementaryK-8K-12 Attendance rate Not Subject Specific / Applies to both subjects and all levels Greater Than Expected Student Growth ELA & Math Grade 3 Reading Performance (Level III) R/ELA Grade 4 Writing Performance (Level III) R/ELA Grade 5 Math Performance (Level III) Math Grade 7 Writing Performance (Level III) R/ELA Grade 8 Reading Performance (Level III) R/ELA Algebra I by Grade 8-Participation Math Algebra I by Grade 8–Performance (Level III) Math AP/IB and Advanced/Dual Enrollment Course Completion Participation ELA & Math AP/IB Examination Performance: ELA R/ELA AP/IB Examination Performance: Math Math SAT/ACT Participation ELA & Math SAT Performance: ELA R/ELA SAT Performance: Math Math ACT Performance: ELA R/ELA ACT Performance: Math Math Total Indicators Reading/ELA Mathematics AADD Indicators by Campus Type and Subject R/ELA = indicator can be evaluated for Reading/English Language Arts only Math = indicator can be evaluated for Mathematics only ELA & Math= indicator will be evaluated for both Reading/ELA and Mathematics Not Subject Specific = indicator cannot be directly associated with either Reading/ELA or Mathematics Blank = indicator is not applicable at this campus level.

6 Mathematics Example 6 Methodology for AADD Texas Education Agency | Office of Assessment and Accountability | Division of Performance Reporting Step 1 Determine Campus Comparison Group Calculate campus performance on each distinction indicator for subject Algebra I by end of Grade 8 Mathematics ACT Performance Mathematics AP/IB Performance … Up to 11 indicators (depending on campus grade configuration) Campus Profile Report  Step 2 Compare performance on each indicator to campuses in Comparison Groups Top Quartile among comparison group …  Step 3 Generate a single outcome for campus by subject Campus Outcome for Subject: Percent of Measures in the Top Quartile (2 out of 4 = 50%, 3 out of 5 = 60%, or 3 out of 8= 38%)  Step 4 Identify campuses that qualify to earn Distinction Designations Statewide Evaluation of Campus Outcomes: Eligible Distinctions based on the Percent of Measures in the Top Quartile Elementary and Middle Schools: 50% or higher High Schools and K-12 campuses: 33% or higher Distinction Designation

7 7 Mathematics Example: Pflugerville HS 1.Identify a campus comparison group for Pflugerville High School based on: a. Campus type (elementary, middle, high school); b. Campus size (total student enrollment); c. Percent of economically disadvantaged students enrolled for ; d. Percent of limited English proficient students enrolled for ; and e.Percent of mobile students, as determined from cumulative attendance. Texas Education Agency | Office of Assessment and Accountability | Division of Performance Reporting Resource: Methodology for AADD – Step 1

8 Campus Comparison Group PFLUGERVILLE H S ( ) - PFLUGERVILLE ISD Campus Type: High School Sorted by District Name Campus NameDistrict Name Number of Students % ELL % Econ Disadv Mobility Rate PFLUGERVILLE H S ( )PFLUGERVILLE ISD2, ALVIN H S ( )ALVIN ISD2, MANVEL H S ( )ALVIN ISD2, AUSTIN H S ( )AUSTIN ISD2, WEST BROOK SR H S ( )BEAUMONT ISD2, BELTON H S ( )BELTON ISD2, BIRDVILLE H S ( )BIRDVILLE ISD2, RICHLAND H S ( )BIRDVILLE ISD2, BRAZOSWOOD H S ( )BRAZOSPORT ISD2, CREEKVIEW H S ( )CARROLLTON-FARMERS BRANCH ISD1, COPPERAS COVE H S ( )COPPERAS COVE ISD2, DENTON H S ( )DENTON ISD1, RYAN H S ( )DENTON ISD2, SAGINAW H S ( )EAGLE MT-SAGINAW ISD1, CORONADO H S ( )EL PASO ISD2, HIGHTOWER H S ( )FORT BEND ISD2, KEMPNER H S ( )FORT BEND ISD2, PASCHAL H S ( )FORT WORTH ISD2, NAAMAN FOREST H S ( )GARLAND ISD2, SACHSE H S ( )GARLAND ISD2, LEHMAN H S ( )HAYS CISD2, SUMMER CREEK H S ( )HUMBLE ISD2, BELL H S ( )HURST-EULESS-BEDFORD ISD2, TRINITY H S ( )HURST-EULESS-BEDFORD ISD2, FOSSIL RIDGE H S ( )KELLER ISD2, LA PORTE HIGH SCHOOL ( )LA PORTE ISD2, THE COLONY H S ( )LEWISVILLE ISD1, LONGVIEW H S ( )LONGVIEW ISD1, LUBBOCK H S ( )LUBBOCK ISD2, MANSFIELD SUMMIT H S ( )MANSFIELD ISD2, MEMORIAL H S ( )MCALLEN ISD2, HORN H S ( )MESQUITE ISD2, MACARTHUR H S ( )NORTH EAST ISD2, BRENNAN H S ( )NORTHSIDE ISD2, TAFT H S ( )NORTHSIDE ISD2, HENDRICKSON H S ( )PFLUGERVILLE ISD2, BERKNER H S ( )RICHARDSON ISD2, RICHARDSON H S ( )RICHARDSON ISD2, STONY POINT H S ( )ROUND ROCK ISD2, ROBERT E LEE H S ( )TYLER ISD2, WAXAHACHIE H S ( )WAXAHACHIE ISD1, Comparison Group Average2,

9 9 Mathematics Example: Pflugerville HS Methodology for AADD – Step 2 Texas Education Agency | Office of Assessment and Accountability | Division of Performance Reporting Step 1 Calculate campus performance on each distinction indicator for subject Compare performance on each indicator to campuses in Comparison Group Indicator Pflugerville HS Score Quartile  Attendance Rate Greater Than Expected Progress: Mathematics Grade 5 Mathematics Performance (Level III) Algebra I by Grade 8 - Participation Algebra I by Grade 8 - Performance (Level III) AP/IB and Advanced/Dual Enrollment Course Completion Participation AP/IB Examination Performance: Mathematics SAT/ACT Participation SAT Performance: Mathematics ACT Performance: Mathematics 96.1% 2% 27% 59% 74% Q1 Q3 Q1 Q2 Campus Profile Report Step 2 Blank values for an Indicator Score occur if the indicator is not applicable to that campus or does not meet minimum size of 10 students. Blank values for a Quartile occur if there are less than 20 campuses in the campus comparison group for each qualifying indicator. The Attendance Rate Indicator is not subject specific; therefore, it applies to both Reading/ELA and Mathematics. Consequently, this indicator cannot be the sole measure used by a campus to attain a distinction.

10 10 Mathematics Example: Pflugerville HS Methodology for AADD – Step 3 Texas Education Agency | Office of Assessment and Accountability | Division of Performance Reporting Step 1 Calculate campus performance on each distinction indicator for subject Compare performance on each indicator to campuses in Comparison Group Indicator Pflugerville HS Score Quartile  Attendance Rate Greater Than Expected Progress: Mathematics Grade 5 Mathematics Performance (Level III) Algebra I by Grade 8 - Participation Algebra I by Grade 8 - Performance (Level III) AP/IB and Advanced/Dual Enrollment Course Completion Participation AP/IB Examination Performance: Mathematics SAT/ACT Participation SAT Performance: Mathematics ACT Performance: Mathematics 96.1% 2% 27% 59% 74% Q1 Q3 Q1 Q2 Campus Profile Report Step 2 Total Indicators for Mathematics 2 of 7 Step 3 Generate a single outcome for campus by subject Evaluation of Campus Outcomes: 2 of 7 eligible indicators in Q1 (Top Quartile) 2 of 7 = 29%

11 11 Mathematics Example: Pflugerville HS Methodology for AADD – Step 4 Texas Education Agency | Office of Assessment and Accountability | Division of Performance Reporting Step 1 Calculate campus performance on each distinction indicator for subject Compare performance on each indicator to campuses in Comparison Group Indicator Pflugerville HS Score Quartile  Attendance Rate Greater Than Expected Progress: Mathematics Grade 5 Mathematics Performance (Level III) Algebra I by Grade 8 - Participation Algebra I by Grade 8 - Performance (Level III) AP/IB and Advanced/Dual Enrollment Course Completion Participation AP/IB Examination Performance: Mathematics SAT/ACT Participation SAT Performance: Mathematics ACT Performance: Mathematics 96.1% 2% 27% 59% 74% Q1 Q3 Q1 Q2 Campus Profile Report Step 2 Total Indicators for Mathematics 2 of 7 Step 3 Generate a single outcome for campus by subject Evaluation of Campus Outcomes: 2 of 7 eligible indicators in Q1 (Top Quartile) 2 of 7 = 29% Distinction Target: High School = 33% or higher NO DISTINCTION EARNED Distinction Designation Identify campuses that qualify to earn Distinction Designations Step 4

12 12 Campuses Earning Distinction Designations by Campus Type 2013 Statewide Summary Texas Education Agency | Office of Assessment and Accountability | Division of Performance Reporting School Type2013 Distinction ElemMiddleHSMulti Total Count Percent Reading/ELA % Reading/ELA & Mathematics % Mathematics % Top 25% Progress % Top 25% Progress & Reading/ELA % Top 25% Progress & Math % Top 25% Progress, Reading/ELA & Math % Not Eligible2, , , % Totals4,6121,7061, , %

13 Resources  2014 Accountability Development  2013 Accountability Rating System  Performance Reporting Home Page  Performance Reporting  Division of Performance Reporting Telephone (512) Texas Education Agency | Office of Assessment and Accountability | Division of Performance Reporting


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