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CT’S NEW ACCOUNTABILITY METRICS SPI/DPI. The NCLB waiver Approved May 29, 2012 Allows more flexible use of Title I funding Replaces AYP under NCLB with.

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1 CT’S NEW ACCOUNTABILITY METRICS SPI/DPI

2 The NCLB waiver Approved May 29, 2012 Allows more flexible use of Title I funding Replaces AYP under NCLB with CT designed performance targets Replaces NCLB sanctions with CT interventions

3 Sanctions Schools will no longer be labeled “in need of improvement” Schools/districts will not be required to offer  School choice  Supplemental education services

4 CT’s new accountability system The School Performance Index (SPI) captures all subjects (Math, Reading, Writing, Science) by assigning a point value to the performance level  Goal and advanced=1.0 credit  Proficient=0.67 credit  Basic=0.33 credit  Below Basic=0  MAS goal and Skills Checklist Independent level=1.0  MAS proficient and Checklist proficient=0.50  MAS basic and Checklist basic=0

5 Example Cheryl’s scores:  Math-goal  Reading-advanced  Writing-proficient  Science-goal  Total credit for performance=3.67 Sue’s scores:  Math-proficient  Reading-proficient  Writing-basic  Science-below basic  Total credit for performance=1.67

6 Calculating the indices Individual Performance Index  Average of M, R, W, S credits based on performance level x 100 School Performance Index  Average of all individual scores (total IDI/# students) District Performance Index  Average of all school scores (total SPI/# schools) Subgroup Performance Index  Same, using only students in subgroup of 20+ Subject Performance Index  Performance on CMT/MAS/Checklist by subject

7 Increasing scores Individual/school/district can increase by moving students across performance bands Graduation rate will factor in for high schools  4 year cohort: % of incoming 9 th graders that graduate in 4 years with a standard diploma  Extended graduation rate: includes students who take more than 4 years to graduate, but still graduate; counts certificates of completion; does NOT count those who transfer out and fail to enroll elsewhere (unknown)

8 New targets NCLB was 100% at proficient by 2014 CT targets  Student and subgroup achievement—88  Achievement gaps--< 10  Graduation rate—94% for 4 year, 96% for extended Make it halfway by 2018 Make at least 3 points of progress in indices for schools/districts/subgroups significantly below

9 School Classifications Excelling (Category 1)—meets all state targets Progressing (Cat 2)—meeting annual targets Transition (Cat 3)—not meeting annual targets Review, including Focus schools (Cat 4) Turnaround (Cat 5) Schools of distinction  Highest performing  Highest performing subgroups  Highest progress

10 TPS status Preliminary SPI/DPI expected before start of school Will average performance of students, school, district based on performance levels in all subjects over the last 3 years Will serve as a baseline for growth as well as a preliminary category for Will indentify potential interventions ranging from self-review to CSDE involved


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