Presentation on theme: "2013-2014 TESTING GLEN ROCK PUBLIC SCHOOLS Presented to The Glen Rock Board of Education By Dr. Paula Valenti Superintendent of Schools Mr. Lawrence Wolff."— Presentation transcript:
2013-2014 TESTING GLEN ROCK PUBLIC SCHOOLS Presented to The Glen Rock Board of Education By Dr. Paula Valenti Superintendent of Schools Mr. Lawrence Wolff Director of Student Personnel Services December, 2014
G LEN R OCK P UBLIC S CHOOLS X = Standardized Testing K – 12 in 2013-14 TEST GRADE 3456789101112 NJ ASKXXXXXX HSPAX PARCCXXXXXXXXX BCTXXX PSATXX SAT IXX SAT IIXXX ACTXX APXXXX NAEPXX
T WO E SSENTIAL Q UESTIONS How are we doing in relation to our comparison group? How are we doing over time?
D ISTRICT F ACTOR G ROUP ( DFG) DFG – no longer used The DFG was based on population density, the percent of individuals in poverty, as well as residents’ education level, occupational status, unemployment rate, and median family income. New Jersey had 25 J districts (including Ridgewood, HoHoKus, Northern Highlands, Saddle River, Upper Saddle River, Woodcliff Lake, Millburn, West Windsor-Plainsboro, Rumson – Fair Haven, Mendham, Mountain Lakes)
P EER C OMPARISON G ROUPS Peer School Comparison Groups (as of 2013) This peer methodology incorporates reliable and available data that helps to describe the students in the school as well as other factors such as the grade span of the school. These factors/indicators include: Percent of students that are economically disadvantaged, i.e., free or reduced price lunch eligible (%), Percent of students that are limited English proficient (%), Percent of students that are in special education (%), Grade span of the school (elementary, middle, high or vocational high school). The peer methodology system uses “propensity score matching” to establish the peer groups for each eligible school. Propensity score matching is an established statistical technique that helps to construct comparison groups from data observed outside of an experiment.
G LEN R OCK ’ S P EER C OMPARISON G ROUP MIDLAND PARK NORTHERN HIGHLANDS REGIONAL NORTHER VALLEY / OLD TAPPAN NORTHERN VALLEY / DEMAREST PASCACK HILLS PASCACK VALLEY INDIAN HILLS RAMAPO HADDONFIELD MEMORIAL JAMES CALDWELL GLEN RIDGE LIVINGSTON NORTH HUNTERDON HOPEWELL VALLEY CENTRAL MONROE TOWNSHIP RUMSON-FAIR HAVEN REGIONAL WHIPPANY PARK KINNELON MONTVILLE TOWNSHIP MOUNTAIN LAKES WEST MORRIS CENTRAL WEST MORRIS MENDHAM POINT PLEASANT BEACH POINT PLEASANT BOROUGH RIDGE GOVERNOR LIVINGSTON WESTFIELD RUTHERFORD WEST ESSEX VERONA
S O W HO U SES W HAT ? State Test Analysis In our District Test Report, we will use the DFG. Information on the DFG has been part of the score analysis for the NJ ASK, HSPA, and other mandated tests, since their inception. School Performance Reports The School Performance Reports are the only ones to use the new Comparison Groups. There has been no discussion to date as to how and when the PARCC data will be used with regard to the Comparison Groups.
T IME Cohort Tracking following the same group of students upward through the grade levels Stand-alone Tests questions change yearly, leading to varying levels of difficulty testing group changes yearly, leading to varying levels of performance
ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS C LASS OF 2023 NJ ASK 3 2014 L ANGUAGE A RTS M ATHEMATICS
ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS C LASS OF 2022 NJ ASK 4 – L ANGUAGE A RTS 2014
ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS C LASS OF 2022 NJ ASK 4 - M ATHEMATICS 2014
ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS C LASS OF 2021 NJ ASK 5 – L ANGUAGE A RTS 2014
ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS C LASS OF 2021 NJ ASK 5 - M ATHEMATICS 2014
GLEN ROCK MIDDLE SCHOOL C LASS OF 2020 NJ ASK 6 – L ANGUAGE A RTS 2014
GLEN ROCK MIDDLE SCHOOL C LASS OF 2020 NJ ASK 6 - M ATHEMATICS 2014
GLEN ROCK MIDDLE SCHOOL C LASS OF 2019 NJ ASK 7 – L ANGUAGE A RTS 2014
GLEN ROCK MIDDLE SCHOOL C LASS OF 2019 NJ ASK 7 - M ATHEMATICS 2014
GLEN ROCK MIDDLE SCHOOL C LASS OF 2018 NJ ASK 8 – L ANGUAGE A RTS 2014
GLEN ROCK MIDDLE SCHOOL C LASS OF 2018 NJ ASK 8 - M ATHEMATICS 2014
HSPA R ESULTS (P ROFICIENT AND A DVANCED P ROFICIENT )
S CHOLASTIC A PTITUDE T ESTS (SAT R EASONING T EST ) G LEN R OCK H IGH S CHOOL 2014 Total Scores20142013201220112010 Glen Rock 17271711169116801677 National 14971498 15001505 New Jersey 1526152115111508
A MERICAN C OLLEGE T EST (ACT) H IGHEST S CORE = 36 C OMPOSITE S CORE IS THE AVERAGE OF TEST SCORES IN ALL AREAS ROUNDED TO THE NEAREST WHOLE NUMBER. 20142013201220112010 Glen Rock 25.325.025.423.323.6 National 21.020.921.1 21.0 New Jersey 23.123.023.423.2
A VERAGE AP S CORES ( WITH NUMBER OF STUDENTS ) – 2014 AND 2013 Biology4.000 / 143.895 / 19 Calculus AB4.889 / 94.455 / 11 Calculus BC4.833 / 124.875 / 8 Chemistry3.389 / 184.571 / 21 English Language4.148 / 274.077 / 39 Eng. Lit/Comp4.486 / 353.897 / 29 Environmental Sci.3.435 / 23------------ European History3.000 / 103.684 / 19 Latin4.000 / 13.500 / 2 Macroeconomics2.056 / 183.000 / 6 Microeconomics2.263 / 194.000 / 4 Physics C – Elec/Mag3.000 / 24------------ Physics C – Mech.3.208 / 24------------ Psychology4.216 / 744.191 / 47 Spanish Lang/Culture4.600 / 53.222 / 9 Statistics4.267 / 154.222 / 18 US Gov’t /Politics3.125 / 562.875 / 32 US History3.291 / 793.278 / 72 World History3.000 / 32------------
G RADUATION R EQUIREMENTS – 2015, 2016, 2017 English Language ArtsMathematics Passing score on a PARCC ELA Grade 9 orPassing score on PARCC Algebra I or Passing score on a PARCC ELA Grade 10 orPassing score on PARCC Geometry or Passing score on a PARCC ELA Grade 11 orPassing score on PARCC Algebra II or SAT >= 400 or ACT >= 16 or Accuplacer Write Placer >= 6 orAccuplacer Elementary Algebra >= 76 or PSAT >= 40 or ACT Aspire >= 422 or ASVAB-AFQT >=31 or Meet the Criteria of the NJDOE Portfolio Appeal
I T A PPEARS T HAT N EXT Y EAR ’ S T ESTING R EPORT …Will be a bit different!
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