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1 Challenge to Lead Southern Regional Education Board Oklahoma Challenge to Lead Goals for Education Oklahoma is On the Move Progress Report 2008 Challenge to Lead Southern Regional Education Board

2 Challenge to Lead Southern Regional Education Board Oklahoma Challenge to Lead Goals Three Major Challenges  Create smooth transitions Pre-K to elementary Middle grades to high school High school to college and careers  Close achievement gaps Racial/ethnic group and gender Urban/suburban/rural location Income  Align education systems Curricula and assessments School and college data Accountability to the public

3 Challenge to Lead Southern Regional Education Board Oklahoma Challenge to Lead Goals 12 Goals  First-Grade Readiness : Students are ready for first grade.  Early Grades Achievement : All groups exceed national averages and gaps close.  Middle Grades Achievement: All groups exceed national averages and gaps close.  High School Graduation: All young adults earn a diploma – or, if not, pass the GED tests.  College and Career Readiness: High school graduates are prepared for postsecondary education and a career.  Adult Literacy and Job Training: Adults without diplomas participate in literacy and job skills training and further education.

4 Challenge to Lead Southern Regional Education Board Oklahoma Challenge to Lead Goals 12 Goals … continued  Postsecondary Certificates and Degrees : The percent of adults who have earned degrees or certificates exceeds national averages.  School Performance Standards : Schools have higher student performance, and students meet state standards each year.  School Leadership : Schools have leadership that improves student performance – beginning with effective principals.  Qualified Teachers : Every student is taught by qualified teachers.  College and University Accountability : Universities/colleges are regularly assessed; funding is aimed at quality, efficiency and needs.  Education System That is Accountable : State places high priority on an education system of schools, colleges and universities.

5 Challenge to Lead Southern Regional Education Board Oklahoma Actual and Projected Changes Public Elementary and Secondary Enrollment Source: SREB Fact Book on Higher Education State Profile

6 Challenge to Lead Southern Regional Education Board Oklahoma State Profile Percent of Children from Families in Poverty and Low-Income Families, level 55% 44% 51% SREB U.S. OK Increase, % 24% 23% Sources: Annie E. Casey Foundation, U.S. Census Bureau and U.S. Department of Agriculture

7 Challenge to Lead Southern Regional Education Board Oklahoma United States State Profile Oklahoma Source: Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education Racial/Ethnic Proportions Public High School Graduates

8 Challenge to Lead Southern Regional Education Board Oklahoma First-Grade Readiness Public Prekindergarten Enrollment Related to Children in Poverty, 2006 More than twice as many children in pre-K as children in poverty Pre-K adequate to serve the number of children in poverty Pre-K not adequate to serve the number of children in poverty MD DE Sources: U.S. Head Start Bureau and the National Institute for Early Education Research

9 Challenge to Lead Southern Regional Education Board Oklahoma Achievement in the Early Grades Source: National Center for Education Statistics NAEP Fourth-Grade Reading Results Percent Scoring At or Above Basic

10 Challenge to Lead Southern Regional Education Board Oklahoma Source: National Center for Education Statistics NAEP Fourth-Grade Mathematics Results Percent Scoring At or Above Basic Achievement in the Early Grades

11 Challenge to Lead Southern Regional Education Board Oklahoma Achievement in the Early Grades NAEP Fourth-Grade Reading Results Percent Scoring At or Above Basic By Racial/Ethnic Group in Oklahoma Source: National Center for Education Statistics

12 Challenge to Lead Southern Regional Education Board Oklahoma Achievement in the Early Grades NAEP Fourth-Grade Reading Results Percent Scoring At or Above Basic For Students from Low-Income Families Source: National Center for Education Statistics

13 Challenge to Lead Southern Regional Education Board Oklahoma School Performance Standards Percent At or Above Standards Fourth-Grade Reading OK State NAEP Standards Basic Proficient OK U.S. OK U.S. 83% 60% 62% 25% 30% 90% 65% 66% 27% 32% Sources: Oklahoma State Department of Education and National Center for Education Statistics

14 Challenge to Lead Southern Regional Education Board Oklahoma School Performance Standards Percent At or Above Standards Fourth-Grade Mathematics OK State NAEP Standards Basic Proficient OK U.S. OK U.S. 75% 79% 79% 29% 35% 82% 82% 81% 33% 39% Sources: Oklahoma State Department of Education and National Center for Education Statistics

15 Challenge to Lead Southern Regional Education Board Oklahoma Achievement in the Middle Grades NAEP Eighth-Grade Reading Results Percent Scoring At or Above Basic Source: National Center for Education Statistics

16 Challenge to Lead Southern Regional Education Board Oklahoma Achievement in the Middle Grades NAEP Eighth-Grade Mathematics Results Percent Scoring At or Above Basic Source: National Center for Education Statistics

17 Challenge to Lead Southern Regional Education Board Oklahoma Achievement in the Middle Grades NAEP Eighth-Grade Mathematics Results Percent Scoring At or Above Basic By Racial/Ethnic Group in Oklahoma Source: National Center for Education Statistics

18 Challenge to Lead Southern Regional Education Board Oklahoma Achievement in the Middle Grades NAEP Eighth-Grade Mathematics Results Percent Scoring At or Above Basic For Students from Low-Income Families Source: National Center for Education Statistics

19 Challenge to Lead Southern Regional Education Board Oklahoma School Performance Standards Percent At or Above Standards Eighth-Grade Reading OK State NAEP Standards BasicProficient OK U.S. OK U.S. 73% 72% 71% 25% 29% 79% 72% 73% 26% 29% Sources: Oklahoma State Department of Education and National Center for Education Statistics

20 Challenge to Lead Southern Regional Education Board Oklahoma School Performance Standards Percent At or Above Standards Eighth-Grade Mathematics OK State NAEP Standards BasicProficient OK U.S. OK U.S. 69% 63% 68% 21% 28% 77% 66% 70% 21% 31% Sources: Oklahoma State Department of Education and National Center for Education Statistics

21 Challenge to Lead Southern Regional Education Board Oklahoma Achievement in the Middle Grades Eighth-Grade Students on Track for College-Prep Math in High School, 2007 Source: National Center for Education Statistics 70% 79% Pre-algebra Algebra I or higher

22 Challenge to Lead Southern Regional Education Board Oklahoma Ninth-Grade Bulge, 2005 Source: National Center for Education Statistics For every 100 eighth-graders in Oklahoma in 2004, there were six MORE ninth-graders in Education System That is Aligned

23 Challenge to Lead Southern Regional Education Board Oklahoma Status of Career Concentration Beyond State’s Academic Core, 2009 College and Career Readiness No concentration defined Career concentration defined and recognized Career concentration required Sources: State departments of education Career concentration requirement applies to career/tech diplomas. MD DE     

24 Challenge to Lead Southern Regional Education Board Oklahoma College and Career Readiness Sources: State departments of education Math Courses Specified for Standard Diploma 2009 Algebra I, Algebra II and geometry Algebra I Algebra I and geometry DE 2011 Dates indicate first graduating class to be affected by approved curriculum changes. States without dates have no pending changes in math requirements. State has or will have a college-prep curriculum with additional or more rigorous courses. State has or will have an alternate curriculum that permits less rigorous or fewer courses. MD  2010   2010   2011   

25 Challenge to Lead Southern Regional Education Board Oklahoma College and Career Readiness Source: 2006 HSTW Assessment Percent of Career/Technical Students Who Met HSTW College-Readiness Goal in Reading, 2006 Took college-prep English Did not take college-prep English In SREB states, 45 percent of career/technical students taking SREB’s HSTW Assessment took a college-prep English curriculum; in Oklahoma, 36 percent did.

26 Challenge to Lead Southern Regional Education Board Oklahoma College and Career Readiness Source: 2006 HSTW Assessment Percent of Career/Technical Students Who Met HSTW College-Readiness Goal in Mathematics, 2006 Took college-prep math Did not take college-prep math In SREB states, 51 percent of career/technical students taking SREB’s HSTW Assessment took a college-prep math curriculum; in Oklahoma, 45 percent did.

27 Challenge to Lead Southern Regional Education Board Oklahoma College and Career Readiness Source: ACT Inc. Seniors Taking the ACT and Completing ACT’s Recommended Core Curriculum U.S. OK

28 Challenge to Lead Southern Regional Education Board Oklahoma College and Career Readiness 10% or fewer11% to 24%25% or more U.S. 25% SREB 27% Percent of Graduating Seniors Taking At Least One AP Exam 2007 MD DE Source: The College Board

29 Challenge to Lead Southern Regional Education Board Oklahoma College and Career Readiness 9% or fewer10% to 14%15% or more U.S. 15% SREB 15% Percent of Graduating Seniors Scoring a 3 or Higher on One or More AP Exams, 2007 MD DE Source: The College Board

30 Challenge to Lead Southern Regional Education Board Oklahoma Source: ACT Inc. College and Career Readiness Average Composite ACT Scores

31 Challenge to Lead Southern Regional Education Board Oklahoma College and Career Readiness Average Composite ACT Scores By Racial/Ethnic Group Source: ACT Inc.

32 Challenge to Lead Southern Regional Education Board Oklahoma Four-Year Graduation Rate From High School 2005 Source: National Center for Education Statistics U.S. Graduation Rate: 75% High School Graduation

33 Challenge to Lead Southern Regional Education Board Oklahoma High School Graduation Source: National Center for Education Statistics Graduation Rates by Racial/Ethnic Group 2005 SREBOK U.S.

34 Challenge to Lead Southern Regional Education Board Oklahoma Qualified Teachers Secondary Mathematics Teachers Certified in Mathematics, 2004 Source: Council of Chief State School Officers 99%

35 Challenge to Lead Southern Regional Education Board Oklahoma Average Salaries of Beginning Teachers 2005 AR $28,784 MO $29,281 KS $27,840 CO $35,086 NM $33,730 OK $29,174 TX $33,775 Qualified Teachers U.S. $31,753 SREB $31,333 Source: American Federation of Teachers

36 Challenge to Lead Southern Regional Education Board Oklahoma School Leadership Source: SREB Learning-Centered Leadership Program No Progress Little Progress Some Progress Promising Progress Substantial Progress Rating: Indicators Recruit and select future school leaders Redesign leadership programs to emphasize curriculum, instruction and student learning Develop programs with school-based experiences that prepare participants to lead school improvement Base professional-level licensure on improved school and classroom practices Create alternative pathways to initial licensure Provide training and support for leadership teams in low-performing schools

37 Challenge to Lead Southern Regional Education Board Oklahoma Building the 10 Essential Elements of a Student Data System, 2007 Source: National Center for Educational Accountability Education System That is Accountable 6 to 78 to 9 10 elements 5 or fewer MD DE

38 Challenge to Lead Southern Regional Education Board Oklahoma Education System That is Accountable K-12 Funding Changes 2000 to 2005 Sources: National Center for Education Statistics and U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

39 Challenge to Lead Southern Regional Education Board Oklahoma Adult Literacy and Job Training Source: American Council on Education Young adults 18 to 24 Adults 50 and older Adults 25 to 49 Youth 16 and 17 32% 19% 47% 2% GED Awards by Age, 2006 Number of Awards in OK: 6,288 Pass Rates: U.S. 69% SREB 67% OK 69%

40 Challenge to Lead Southern Regional Education Board Oklahoma Adult Literacy and Job Training Percent of 25- to 44-Year-Olds Without High School Credentials Enrolled in Adult Education 2005 Sources: U.S. Census Bureau and U.S. Department of Education

41 Challenge to Lead Southern Regional Education Board Oklahoma Postsecondary Certificates & Degrees Oklahoma’s College Affordability Gap, 2006 (Median Family Income: $38,900) $8,420: Annual tuition/fees, room/board at OK public four-year institutions $3,630: SREB median states’ gap Sources: National Center for Education Statistics, SmartStudent Guide to Financial Aid and SREB-State Data Exchange

42 Challenge to Lead Southern Regional Education Board Oklahoma Postsecondary Certificates & Degrees Estimated College Enrollment Rates of Recent High School Graduates Source: National Center for Education Statistics U.S. OK SREB

43 Challenge to Lead Southern Regional Education Board Oklahoma College and University Accountability Six-Year Graduation Rates in 2006 for First-Time Freshmen Who Entered Public Four-Year Colleges and Universities in Fall 2000 Source: SREB-State Data Exchange

44 Challenge to Lead Southern Regional Education Board Oklahoma Postsecondary Certificates & Degrees Adults With Bachelor’s Degrees or Higher 2006 Source: U.S. Census Bureau

45 Challenge to Lead Southern Regional Education Board Oklahoma Average Salaries of Full-Time Instructional Faculty at Public Colleges and Universities 2006 College and University Accountability U.S. OK SREB Sources: American Association of University Professors and SREB-State Data Exchange

46 Challenge to Lead Southern Regional Education Board Oklahoma Education System That is Accountable Public Four-Year College and University Funding Changes 2001 to 2007 Source: SREB-State Data Exchange SREBOK

47 Challenge to Lead Southern Regional Education Board Oklahoma Maryland Education System That is Accountable Source: SREB-State Data Exchange SREBOK Public Two-Year College Funding Changes 2001 to 2007


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