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1 CTE and the A-F Report Card ODCTE Summer Conference 2012

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3 The A-F Report Card Is comprised of three (3) main sections each worth one-third of the overall grade: –Student Achievement - counts one-third or 33% –Student Growth - counts one-third or 34% –Whole School Performance - counts one- third or 33%

4 High School Whole School Performance (1) Graduation Rate –Counts 79% of 33% (or 26% of total) (2) Participation in advanced coursework (i.e. Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB), Advanced International Certificate of Education (AICE), concurrent college enrollment, industry certification courses and Cooperative Alliance courses) –Student must earn a passing grade to count for participation –Tech Centers & CTE HS instructors will provide data to high schools –Can be taken at high school, technology center or regional site of OSSM –Counts 3% of 33% (or 1% of total) –Grades 9-12

5 High School Whole School Performance (3) Performance on AP or IB exams –AP - score 3 or higher –IB - score 4 or higher –Counts 3% of 33% (or 1% of total)

6 High School Whole School Performance (4) Performance in concurrent enrollment, AICE, industry certification course and Cooperative Alliance course –Concurrent course, AICE course, and Cooperative Alliance course: Course must be a credit bearing course, not a remedial course –Concurrent course, AICE course, and Cooperative Alliance course: Student must earn credit in the course, earning a "C" or higher grade –Industry certification course: Student must pass certification exam –Industry certification exam: Tech Centers & CTE HS programs will provide data on which students pass exams to ODCTE on Follow-up Report. ODCTE will provide this data to SDE –Counts 3% of 33% (or 1% of total)

7 High School Whole School Performance (5) College entrance exam participation (ACT or SAT) –Can be taken any time in student's career –If ACT is taken multiple times it only counts once in student's career - If SAT is taken multiple times it only counts once in student's career –A student can be counted once for ACT and once for SAT –Counts 3% of 33% (or 1% of total) –Next year ( ) counts 4.5% because data from #7 and #8 not available

8 High School Whole School Performance (6) College entrance exam performance –ACT = 20 or higher –SAT = 1410 or higher –National Test dates only - no residual tests –Highest test score taken on ACT or SAT - data provided to SDE from ACT –If ACT is taken multiple times it only counts once in student's career - If SAT is taken multiple times it only counts once in student's career –A student can be counted once for ACT and once for SAT –Counts 3% of 33% (or 1% of total) –Next year ( ) counts 4.5% because data from #7 and #8 not available

9 High School Whole School Performance (7) High school graduation rate of low achieving eighth grade students –School from which they graduate gets to count them even if they move around after 8 th grade –Counts 3% of 33% (when data becomes available) (8) Five or more year graduation rate –Includes all graduates even if take 5 or more years to graduate –Counts 3% of 33% (when data becomes available)

10 BONUS - High School Whole School Performance Climate survey results Parent/Community volunteers Percent of students following the C3 (College, Career & Citizen Ready) curriculum Percent of graduates who need remediation in college (go to Oklahoma college or university right after HS – if 25% or less, the school will receive bonus points)

11 PARTICIPATION points are calculated at the STUDENT LEVEL No matter how many courses students are taking they ONLY COUNT ONCE per year. (example: industry certification course and AP course taken by the student in the same year)

12 PERFORMANCE - a student can earn more than one point if taken in different categories (examples count 2 points): Passing an industry certification test and scoring 20 or higher on an ACT; Scoring 20 or higher on ACT and 1410 or higher on SAT; Scoring a 3 or higher on an AP course and passing an industry certification test

13 Further clarification: The student would need to be enrolled at least one semester to count for a participation point. The industry certification test must represent 60 hours of instruction to count for a performance point. Technology Centers will give the high schools the names of students enrolled at the tech center who count for participation points. CTE HS instructors will give the high schools the names of students enrolled who count for participation points. SDE will collect performance points on certification tests from ODCTE.

14 Sources: SDE - Proposed Rules - Implementation of a System of School Improvement and Accountability (A-F Rules) SDE - A-F Report Card Guide HB 2494

15 SDE website and resources

16 Industry Certification Exams List of eligible exams/certifications to count for A-F and to be recorded on high school transcripts CAMS https://dpt.okcareertech.org/PFCCJANO/CAMS.REPORT.MENU.DPTW https://dpt.okcareertech.org/PFCCJANO/CAMS.REPORT.MENU.DPTW Approval process is being determined for exams to be added to this list –Cross-functional team will meet quarterly to approve additions –Field will work with State Program Administrators for approval requests Information will be on the CAC website as well

17 Contact info: Tommi Leach Career/Academic Advisement Specialist Kelly Arrington Guidance Coordinator


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