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1 Presentation to the Board of Education on 2013 School Performance Index (SPI) and 2013 District Performance Index (DPI) Michael Emmett, Superintendent Timothy Howes, Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources & Financial Operations Sally Dastoli, Director of Curriculum & Instruction Keith Rafaniello, Director of Technology Emily Daigle, Director of Special Education Darla Miner, Instructional Supervisor for Literacy 1 Wethersfield Public Schools January 7, 2014

2 CT’s New Accountability System CT’s No Child Left Behind Waiver was approved by USDE on May 29, 2012 – Replaces AYP (Adequate Yearly Progress) under NCLB with CT designed annual performance targets – Replaces NCLB sanctions for schools and districts with more effective interventions – Schools will no longer be identified as “in need of improvement” based on 2012 CMT/CAPT 2

3 Major Shifts NCLBCT’s New Indicators Target is ProficientTarget is - on average - Goal Get to 100% by 2014Halfway to target by 2018 Only Math and Reading count Math, Reading, Writing and Science count 3

4 NCLBCT’s New Indicators School progress only measured by standardized test scores School progress also measured by high school graduation rates (4-year and extended) Accountable for subgroups of students of 40 or greater Still accountable for subgroups of students, but 20 students or greater 4

5 Performance Index Each district, school, subject and subgroup will have a Performance Index Index is between 0 and 100 Counts performance in all tested grade levels Captures performance across all performance bands Includes all tested subjects: reading, writing, math and science Incorporates all tested students, including students who take the MAS and Skills Checklist 5

6 How Can a School Increase its SPI (School Performance Index)? For a school with 100 students….. 6 NCLBCT’s New Indicators Increasing % Proficient by 9% requires moving 9 students who were not Proficient to Proficient Increasing the SPI by 3 points requires moving 9 students across any performance threshold (0.33 for each student) Advanced Goal Proficient Basic Below Basic

7 Performance Index (Students who take CMT/CAPT) Levels of Performance“Credit” to calculate SPI Goal, Advanced1.0 Proficient0.67 Basic.33 Below Basic0 7

8 Performance Index (Students who take MAS or Skills Checklist ) MASSkills Checklist“Credit” to calculate SPI GoalIndependent1.0 Proficient 0.50 Basic 0 8

9 What’s the difference between the results released in July and the SPI/DPI data? 9 Raw data (released July 19th) Performance metrics SPI / DPI Data Results separated by grade level and subject Results aggregated across subjects and grade levels All students who were tested in a school/district included Only students who were present in the school/district for 10 months included Only currently identified ELL and SWD included ELL and SWD included for 2 years after they “exit” MAS/ Skills Checklist reported separately MAS/ Skills checklist included in index

10 CT State Targets ComponentMeasuresState Targets Student and Subgroup Achievement School Performance Index (SPI) 88 Achievement Gaps School Performance Index Gaps < 10 Graduation Rate- 4-year graduation rate - Extended graduation rate 94% 96% 10

11 11 48 Points/12 years = 4 Points a Year SPI Growth A 2024

12 Schools are Divided into Categories Excelling Progressing Transitioning Review Focus Turn around 12

13 Future No SPI/DIP will be published for the school year Current SPI assessments/expectations not aligned to CCSS expectations and new Smarter Balanced Assessment 13

14 The SPI alone does not represent a full picture of performance as does school classification…. (CSDE 12/7/12 Memo) 14

15 15 Data Snapshots

16 District ELL Enrollment 16

17 District Special Education Enrollment 17

18 Free/Reduced 18

19 District Data - Homeless 19

20 Summer Reading 2013 Participation 20

21 Case Study Avg number tested CMT/CAPT Same # Students in Grade 3 Grade 3 in Grade 8 in Same Students in Grade 3 to Grade % of grade 8 students have been in Wethersfield since grade 3 Grade 10 in Same Students in Grade 3 to Grade % of grade 10 students have been in Wethersfield since grade 3 From Grade 8 to Grade 10: 24 Students no longer enrolled at WHS 21

22 Cohort Case Study

23 New Students to District as of 9/3/13 (3 rd Day of School this year) Total of 87 students 23 Grade# of New Students PreK14 Kindergarten13 Grade 15 Grades Grades 5-69 SDMS7 WHS26

24 New Students to District as of 9/3/13 (3 rd Day of School this year) Total of 87 students – 15 ELL – 17 Free/Reduced Meals – 17 Special Education – 1 Homeless 41 (46%) High Needs Students = Either ELL, Free/Reduced, or Special Education 24

25 Other Measures of Success…. Art, music and drama productions & shows Athletics Participation in school clubs and activities Connections to community such as community service Parent and Staff Survey results Enrollment and success in Advanced Placement / Early College Experience Honor Societies District wide assessments Etc. 25

26 26 SPI Snapshots

27 Did They Meet The Target? SchoolSPIMathReadingWritingScience WHS78.1 NoNo SDMS85.7 NoNoYesNo *Charles Wright 80.3 NoYes No *Hanmer83.5 NoYes NoYes Emerson- Williams 84.0 NoYes NoYes Highcrest85.4 NoYesNo Yes *Webb77.3 NoNo 27 * Title 1

28 Highlights All 7 schools are classified as: Transitioning – Overall SPI between – Participation rate of 95% or higher – Misses one or more of the Progressing criteria Overall, district strength is reading and math 28

29 Achievement Gap Tracking national research, higher levels of student need are associated with lower levels of academic performance. (achievement gap) Wethersfield Schools do have some subgroups who met target. 29

30 Overall School Subgroup Performance 30 SchoolBlack/ AA Hispanic or Latino ELLFree/ Reduced Special EdHigh Needs WHS---No---No SDMSYes NoYesNo Charles Wright ---Yes---YesNo Hanmer---Yes---YesNo Emerson- Williams ---Yes---Yes Highcrest---No---No Webb---No---No

31 Barriers Change is difficult Changing demographics Changing institutional culture Changing practice 31

32 Other Towns….. Wethersfield – 7 schools Transitioning Wallingford – 1 school Progressing – 11 schools Transitioning Berlin – 1 school Progressing – 4 schools Transitioning Rocky Hill – 2 schools Progressing – 2 schools Transitioning Newington – 3 schools Excelling – 1 school Progressing – 3 schools Transitioning Cromwell – 1 school Excelling – 1 school Progressing – 2 schools Transitioning West Hartford – 4 schools Excelling – 4 school Progressing – 8 schools Transitioning 32

33 Website for All SPI / DPI Reports 33


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