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1 College and Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI) The NEW Report Card in Georgia

2 CONTEXT

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5 THE UGLY lead-to-the-CRCT-cheating-scandal

6 NCLB Waiver Georgia’s Application is APPROVED!

7 APPROVED WAIVERS – Round 1

8 APPROVED WAIVERS – Round 2

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10 In Your Folder 1. CCRPI Overview (yellow and pink) 2. CCRPI Indicators (blue and white) 3. CCRPI Reports (ES, MS, & HS) 4. CCRPI Scores - Tables and Charts 5. Graduation Rates ( ) 5. AYP vs. CCRPI

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12 100 points possible!

13 60 points

14 100 points possible! 60 points 25 points

15 100 points possible! 60 points 25 points 15 points

16 100 points possible! 60 points 25 points 15 points up to 10 “bonus” points.

17 100 points possible! 60 points 25 points 15 points up to 10 “bonus” points. New Areas for 2014 – 1 to 5 Star Rating (Poor to Excellent)

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19 ACHIEVEMENT 60 Points! CONTENT MASTERY (40%) READINESS(30%) GRADUATION (30%) Indicators: 10 Points Each (before weights are calculated)

20 ACHIEVEMENT Elementary and Middle Georgia CRCT Reading English/ Language Arts Mathematics Science Social Studies CONTENT MASTERY

21 ACHIEVEMENT High School 9 th Grade and American Literature Algebra & Geometry Physical Science and Biology U.S. History and Economics End of Course Tests (EOCTs) CONTENT MASTERY

22 Achievement - Content Mastery Elementary and Middle School HIGH SCHOOLS End of Course Tests 9 th Grade / American Lit Algebra & Geometry Physical Science and Biology U.S. History and Economics

23 Achievement (60 points) Indicators: Description of what is being evaluated. Elementary and middle schools have a total of 14 indicators; high schools have __.

24 Achievement (60 points) Goal: 100% of students to score at the Meets or Exceeds level.

25 Achievement (60 points) Proficiency: 83.9% of elementary students scored at the Meets or Exceeds level on ELA (English Language Arts).

26 Achievement (60 points) Indicators: Valued at 10 points each (before weights are applied).

27 Achievement (60 points) Points Earned are Cumulative! Reading Performance /10 = 8.4.

28 Achievement (60 points) Average Performance (Points Earned/ Points Possible) (39.5/50) =.79. Elementary schools earned 79% of the points possible in this category.

29 Achievement (60 points) Average Performance (Points Earned/ Points Possible) (39.5/50) =.79. Elementary schools earned 79% of the points possible in this category.

30 Achievement (60 points) This section is actually worth 40% of the entire Achievement component.

31 Achievement (60 points) Elementary schools earned 31.6 points for this section. These points contribute to the total CCRPI score.

32 ACHIEVEMENT Elementary and Middle English Learners Writing/ Reading Levels Students with Disabilities Career Awareness/Career Portfolios Graduation Plan (IGP) Student Attendance READINESS INDICATORS

33 Post Readiness Indicators Scoring process is the same as before, but some indicators have a benchmark or expectation < 100%. These benchmarks are adjusted …schools earn additional points. Elementary schools earned 22 points for this section. HIGH SCHOOL READINESS Pathway Completers Career Ready Credentials College-Ready Credentials Reading/ Writing Levels Student Attendance OTHER ACHIEVEMENT OUTCOMES

34 ACHIEVEMENT Elementary and Middle Passing Core Classes AND CRCT Exceeding CRCT Expectations Graduation Rate Predictor = Grad Rate

35 Graduation Predictors/ Graduation Rate Equivalent of Graduation Rate, but at the elementary and middle school level Elementary schools earned 16.8 points for this section. The contributions of the three sections are added together and multiplied by 60. Achievement points earned – 42.2 out of 60 possible points. High School Graduation Rate 4 Year Graduation Rate 5 Year Graduation Rate

36 Progress = Student Growth!

37 PROGRESS (25 points)

38 Progress is a term used to describe how well students are growing academically relative to similar achieving students across the State of Georgia. How Progress is Determined: 1)Students are placed into peer groups (based on previous test scores) 2)Current test scores for each peer group are ranked from (SGPs). 3)The SGPS are rated as low (1-33), typical (34-65), or high (66 – 99)

39 Progress Calculations Step 1: Group Students (Academic Peer Groups) Rubric is subject to change. Georgia Student Growth Percentiles

40 Georgia Department of Education Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent All Rights Reserved vs. High Performing – Low Growth Low Performing High Growth Hannah John Step 2: R ank student growth from (using SGPs).

41 Georgia Department of Education Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent All Rights Reserved vs. High Performing – Low Growth Low Performing High Growth Step 3: Rate SGPs as Low, Typical, or High Hannah John LOW GROWTH HIGH GROWTH (counts)

42 PROGRESS (25 points) 63.7% of students showed growth that was rated by the Georgia Department of Education as Typical or High (credit-worthy).

43 ACHIEVEMENT GAP (15 points) GAP SIZE - Distance between statewide and lowest performing students (bottom 25%)

44 GAP SIZE Average Student Performance Lowest 25% (School) Georgia

45 Gap Size Scale 0123 Extremely Wide Gap Wide Gap Narrow, Minimum Gap No Gap (Performing as well as or better than the state)

46 ACHIEVEMENT GAP (15 points) GAP SIZE - Distance between statewide and lowest performing students (bottom 25%)

47 GAP CHANGE 2012 vs.2013

48 Gap Change Scale 0 Essentially no change (the same Gap still exists or has widened) Has moved in the right direction towards Minimizing the Gap Has really Narrowed the Gap Has practically Closed the Gap (performing as well as or above the State of GA) 123

49 CHALLENGE POINTS

50 CHALLENGE POINTS (up to 10) Schools Earn Points Two Areas: High Performance - Exceeding the Bar Indicators High Performance of Subgroups - Performance Targets Schools Earn Points Two Areas: High Performance - Exceeding the Bar Indicators High Performance of Subgroups - Performance Targets

51 EXCEEDING THE BAR ½ point each

52 Subgroup Performance

53 Eligible for 10 Flags Earned 2 Flags (or 20%) Get 20% of the Points!.20 x 7.3 = 1.5

54 Survey Results Discipline Data Attendance Data Federal Data School Climate

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56 Contact Dr. Rubye Sullivan Director of Research and Evaluation Joy F. Johnson, PhD Research Associate - Accountability Larry Watts Research Associate

57 60% = 60 pointsESMSHigh Content Mastery = 40% (max of 24 points) Post Readiness = 30% (max of 18 points) Graduation / Grad Rate = 30% (max of 18 points) * ACHIEVEMENT Weighted Point Values of Indicators HS Indicator – 4-Year Grad Rate = 6 pts 5-year Grad rate = 12 pts


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