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2 2010 ACCOUNTABILITY STATUS Subjects NCLB Accountability Status Performance Rating Improvement Rating District ELANo StatusVery HighOn Target MATHNo StatusVery HighNo Change Alden ELA Restructure – 2 SPED Subgroup Very HighOn Target MATHNo StatusHighOn Target DMS ELANo StatusVery HighNo Change MATH Restructure – 1 SPED Subgroup Very HighNo Change DHS ELANo StatusVery HighNo Change MATHNo StatusVery HighMet NCLB Goal

3 GRADEEXAM% of STUDENTS PASSING AGGREGATE GROWTH PERCENTILE 3 ELA95NA 3 MATH96NA 4 ELA MATH ELA MATH SCIENCE98NA 6 ELA MATH ELA MATH ELA MATH SCIENCE94NA 9 BIOLOGY100NA 10 ELA MATH9959.0

4 District ELA (%) 2010 A & P Net Advanced24 NA Proficient61 NI14 Warning2 Aggregate Student Growth Percentile = 56.0 Grade 3 ELA (%) A & P Net +7 P NI Warning432655

5 Items On or Below State Average DHS ELA ITEM NUMBER ITEM TYPE STRANDSTANDARDDUXBURY VS. STATE 7MCRead/Lit v 77 MATH ITEM NUMBER ITEM TYPE STRANDSTANDARDDUXBURY VS. STATE 9MCNumber Sense10N251 v 56 22MCGeometry10G575 v 78 BIOLOGY ITEM NUMBER ITEM TYPE STRANDSTANDARDDUXBURY VS. STATE 42MCBiology4.251 v 59

6 Proficient and Advanced Results School Aggregate & Special Education Students GRADE 6 Warning/Failure Results School Aggregate & Special Education Students GRADE 6 Test ELAMATH Year Aggregate SPED Test ELAMATH Year Aggregate228/260205/227225/237227/280193/260192/228210/238215/278 SPED29/5018/3218/4520/4019/5014/3217/4521/41

7 Writing Results School Aggregate & Special Education Students The numbers below are averages. Writing Requirements and possible scores: ELA Open Response (OR) – 4 points ELA Short Response (SR) – 2 points (grade 3 only) ELA Writing Prompt-Topic Development – 12 points ELA Writing Prompt-Conventions – 8 points Math Open Response (OR) – 4 points (2 points in grade 3) Math Short Answer (SA) – 1 point GRADE 5 TESTELA Open Response Year Aggregate SPED TESTMath Open ResponseMath Short Answer Year Aggregate SPED

8 ELEVEN STEP PROCESS Addresses:

9 Professional Development: Best Practices & MA Frameworks  District professional development days and focus  DESE elementary workshop on Open Responses  Elementary Literacy Plan development with District & Schools Assistant Centers (DSAC)  DSAC Math Data Analysis and Planning Workshop (DMS staff)  BER workshops on DI  Co-teaching initiative  Revising elementary benchmarks  Math DI  Response to Intervention  Project-based workshop by Dr. Frank Locker  Elementary Science mapping and PD  Project Read Trainings  Revising professional development planning protocol by building and district

10  Measures individual student progress from year to year  Details how much a student's performance has changed from year to year  Measured by comparing the change in MCAS performance from one year to the next to that of "academic peers," {students in the state with a similar performance history} Growth Percentile Ranges Lower Growth – less than 40% Typical Growth – 40% - 60% High Growth – greater than 60 Tutorial Links

11 AbingtonHalifaxNorthampton ActonHamilton-WenhamNorton AmesburyHanoverNorwell AndoverHarwichNorwood ArlingtonHinghamOld Rochester AuburnHolbrookPeabody BarnstableHollistonPembroke BedfordHopkintonPentucket BellinghamHullPlainville BelmontKingstonPlymouth BeverlyLeominsterQuincy BillericaLexingtonRandolph BlackstoneLincolnReading BourneLittletonRockland BraintreeLongmeadowScituate Bridgewater-RaynhamLudlowSharon BrooklineLynnSomerset BurlingtonMaldenStoneham CambridgeMansfieldSudbury CantonMarbleheadSwampscott CarverMarshfieldTewksbury ChelmsfordMasconometTriton ClintonMashpeeWachusett ConcordMaynardWakefield DanversMedfieldWalpole DartmouthMedwayWaltham DedhamMelroseWareham Dover-SherbornMiddleboroughWatertown DracutMillburyWayland DuxburyMillisWellesley East BridgewaterMiltonWestfield EastonMount GreylockWestford FalmouthNatickWeston FoxboroughNeedhamWestport FranklinNewburyportWestwood GardnerNewtonWeymouth GeorgetownNorth AndoverWhitman-Hanson GloucesterNorth AttleboroughWinchester GreenfieldNorth ReadingWrentham

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13 The intent of ‘restructuring’ is to alter school governance and/or structures to ensure that student learning and performance results are sufficiently improved The statute provides the following options for restructuring: NOTE: Corrective Action Plans for Alden and DMS will be presented to SC in January. These Plans will address the AYP issue related to the Special Education subgroup.

14 Mitchell Chester (MA Commissioner of Education) Glenn Koocher (Executive Director of the Massachusetts Association of School Committees)

15 According to NCLB, Duxbury remains a high performing district.

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17 CHANDLER ELA  To accurately respond to open response questions at a success rate of 80% (building average) Math  To accurately solve on single and multi-step word problems at a success rate of 80% (building average) ALDEN ELA  To achieve a building open response item average score of 2.5  To achieve average topic development score of 8.5 (grade 4) Math  To decrease the number of students scoring in the warning category by 50%  To decrease the number of students scoring in the needs improvement category by 20%  To increase the number of students scoring above the proficient category by 15% DMS ELA  To increase the ELA Long Composition –Topic Development average score to 8.0 Math  To decrease the number of students in the High Warning, Low Needs Improvement and High Needs Improvement by 50% DHS MCAS Tests  To achieve a school-wide average of 3.0 in Open Response test items  To increase the percentage of special education students in the Proficient/Advanced category ELA  To achieve a school-wide average of 7.8 in the Long Composition (conventions)  To achieve a school-wide average of 8.3 in the Long Composition (topic development)

18 CHANDLER ELA  To improve comprehension of all genres of grade level literature Math  To improve competency with multi-digit addition and subtraction ALDEN ELA  To achieve an average score of 2.5 on open response questions  To achieve an average topic development score of 8.5 (Grade 4) Math  To reduce the number of students scoring in the warning category of MCAS by 50%  To reduce the number of students scoring in the needs improvement category by 20%  To increase the number of students scoring in the proficient plus category by 15% DMS ELA  To reduce the percentage gap between the school’s correct percentage and the state’s correct percentage in Nonfiction, Poetry & Multi-Cultural Literature by 5%. Math  To decrease by 50% the number of students in the High Warning, Low Needs Improvement and High Needs Improvement categories DHS Assessed Disciplines  To increase school-wide averages in all writing prompts to over 3.0 (OR); 7.8 (conv.) and over 8.0 (Topic)  To increase percentage of Special Education Students in Proficient/Advanced category


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