Presentation on theme: "CCSD August 2014 STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT DATA REPORTING."— Presentation transcript:
CCSD August 2014 STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT DATA REPORTING
Monitor our student achievement progress through standardized assessment: trends, comparisons, and big picture lens Report progress, gaps, and goals to our stake holders: CCSD families, school board and SIAC, school teams, and the state Set goals for growth and closing achievement gaps based on identified trend data ASSESSMENT DATA WHAT IS ITS PURPOSE?
Drive instruction—it is not used in a formative way as a primary resource to drive instructional groups or daily planning Judge schools or districts—good vs. bad Drive curriculum choices or instructional design ASSESSMENT DATA WHAT ISN’T ITS PURPOSE?
WHAT ARE YOUR BIG PICTURE THOUGHTS? What does the data overtime tell us? What does the “zoom in” data tell us about grade levels and subgroups? What can we celebrate? What goals do we need to set?
NCLB requires schools to meet AYP (Adequate Yearly Progress) Achieve a state set objective for proficiency in reading and math – grades 3 rd -5 th The proficiency level has increased across years, this year’s objective was 100% proficient AYP—EVEN A CLOSER LOOK
In 2013-2014, Prairie 4th grade students in the designated schools did not meet the AYP goal of 100% or the growth formula in the area of Reading In 4th grade 69.78 - 77.27% of the total tested students on the Iowa Assessments were proficient and in the white sub-group 70.51-82.84% of students were proficient Hill was designated as SINA because the majority of it’s students came from a SINA school WHY OUR ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS DID NOT MAKE READING AYP
District/BldgReading StatusMath Status DistrictDINA-2Met AYP HSSINA-9Removed SINA PointSINA-4 CreekSINA-4 CrestSINA-1Delay HeightsSINA-3Watch HillSINA-3*Watch ViewSINA-1Watch RidgeMet AYPWatch EdgeDelayMet AYP
S CHOOL A CHIEVEMENT D ATA ( PERCENT PROFICIENT IN R EADING AND M ATH ) 2013-2014 S CHOOL Y EAR School Name 3rd-4th Reading 3rd-4th Math Prairie Crest69.7879.12 Prairie Ridge84.1587.50 Prairie View 77.2782.95 Prairie Heights79.5589.07
Our Elementary teaching and para-professional staff are considered “highly qualified” according to the definitions of NCLB All of our elementary schools tested 100% of our students and met the required 95% participation rate All of our elementary buildings showed improvement in the area of math and none are SINA schools this year CELEBRATION/IMPROVEMENT IN RELATION TO AYP
Collaborating through grade-level learning teams to monitor student data to guide instruction Fostering students’ ability to create high quality work through goal setting and self- and peer-assessment Developing and implementing formative assessments to differentiate instruction Implementing flexible, small group and individualized instruction to improve students’ skills CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT