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1 NHCS READY Report December 2013

2 Presentation Format Curriculum Change Rationale and Timeline Proficiency for Grades 3-8 School Growth Proficiency for High School Annual Measurable Objectives (AMO) Individual School Profiles Overview of the new READY Accountability Model Testing Updates School Report Card Timeline EVAAS Roster Verification State Exam Score Delay Testing Schedule/Required Tests

3 New READY Model Grades 3-8High School Proficiency Growth Attendance Math Course Rigor ACT WorkKeys Graduation Project Annual Measurable Objectives (AMO) Graduation Rate

4 NC Curriculum Revision and Proficiency Trends: Percent of Students Proficient in BOTH Math and English Language Arts (ELA) Beginning of Accountability Model More rigorous Math Standards More rigorous Reading Standards **No Retest More rigorous Math and ELA Standards 32.0**

5 Score Detail

6 3-5 EOG Reading Cut Scores Level 1Level 2Level 3Level 4 3 rd Grade < – – 451> 451 < 2525 – 3536 – 40> 40 < 57%57% - 80%82% - 91%> 91% 4 th Grade < – – 459> 459 < 2626 – 3334 – 40> 40 < 59%59% - 75%77% - 91%> 91% 5 th Grade < – – 463> 463 < 2525 – 3334 – 40> 40 < 57%57% - 75%77% - 91%> 91% 44 items

7 3-5 Extend 2 Reading Cut Scores Level 1Level 2Level 3Level 4 3 rd Grade < – – 379> 379 < 2929 – 3536 – 39> 39 < 73%73% - 88%90% - 98%> 98% 4 th Grade < – – 377> 377 < 3131 – 3637 – 39> 39 < 78%78% - 90%93% - 98%> 98% 5 th Grade < – – 376> 376 < 3232 – 3839> 39 < 80%80% - 95%98%> 98% 40 items

8 6-8 EOG Reading Cut Scores Level 1Level 2Level 3Level 4 6 th Grade < – – 464> 464 < 2323 – 3435 – 42> 42 < 48%48% - 71%73% - 88%> 88% 7 th Grade < – – 468> 468 < 2323 – 3435 – 42> 42 < 48%48% - 71%73% - 88%> 88% 8 th Grade < – – 472> 472 < 2323 – 3334 – 41> 41 < 48%48% - 69%71% - 85%> 85% 48 items

9 6-8 Extend 2 Reading Cut Scores Level 1Level 2Level 3Level 4 6 th Grade (41 Items) < > 376 < 2929 – 3738 – 39> 39 < 71%71% - 90%93% - 95%> 95% 7 th Grade (41 Items) < > 376 < 3030 – 3839 – 40> 40 < 73%73% - 93%95% - 98%> 98% 8 th Grade (40 Items) < > 378 < 2626 – 3536 – 38> 38 < 65%65% - 88%90% - 95%> 95%

10 3-5 EOG Math Cut Scores Level 1Level 2Level 3Level 4 3 rd Grade < – – 459> 459 < 2121 – 2930 – 37> 37 < 48%48% - 66%68% - 84%> 84% 4 th Grade < – – 459> 459 < 1919 – 2728 – 37> 37 < 43%43% - 61%64% - 84%> 84% 5 th Grade < – – 459> 459 < 1818 – 2526 – 35> 35 < 41%41% - 57%60% - 80%> 80% 44 items

11 3-5 Extend 2 Math Cut Scores Level 1Level 2Level 3Level 4 3 rd Grade (40 Items) < – – 275> 275 < 3030 – 3637 – 38> 38 < 75%75% - 90%93% - 95%> 95% 4 th Grade (38 Items) < – – 278> 278 < 2727 – 3334 – 36> 36 < 71%71% - 87%89% - 95%> 95% 5 th Grade (37 Items) < – – 276> 276 < 2424 – 2930 – 32> 32 < 65%65% - 78%81% - 86%> 86%

12 6-8 EOG Math Cut Scores Level 1Level 2Level 3Level 4 6 th Grade < – – 460> 460 < 2020 – 2728 – 39> 39 < 40%40% - 54%56% - 78%> 78% 7 th Grade < – – 460> 460 < 1919 – 2728 – 39> 39 < 38%38% - 54%56% - 78%> 78% 8 th Grade < – – 462> 462 < 1919 – 2829 – 40> 40 < 38%38% - 56%58% - 80%> 80% 50 items

13 6-8 Extend 2 Math Cut Scores Level 1Level 2Level 3Level 4 6 th Grade (39 Items) < – – 276> 276 < 2929 – 3132 – 33> 33 < 74%74% - 79%82% - 85%> 85% 7 th Grade (36 Items) < – – 282> 282 < 2323 – 3031 – 32> 32 < 64%64% - 83%86% - 89%> 89% 8 th Grade (36 Items) < – – 285> 285 < 2121 – 2627 – 33> 33 < 58%58% - 72%75% - 92%> 92% 50 items

14 5 th and 8 th EOG Science Cut Scores Level 1Level 2Level 3Level 4 5th Grade < – – 262> 262 < 2727 – 3940 – 50> 50 < 45%45% - 65%67% - 83%> 83% 8 th Grade < – – 259> 259 < 2323 – 3132 – 47> 47 < 38%38% - 52%53% - 78%> 78% 60 Items

15 5 th and 8 th Extend 2 Science Cut Scores Level 1Level 2Level 3Level 4 5th Grade (45 Items) < – – 375> 375 < 3030 – 3536 – 41> 41 < 67% 67% - 78% 80% - 91% > 91% 8 th Grade (46 Items) < – – 374> 374 < 2727 – 3233 – 40> 40 < 59% 59% - 70% 72% - 87% > 87%

16 EOC Cut Scores Level 1Level 2Level 3Level 4 Math I (49 Items) < – – 263> 263 < 1919 – 2526 – 38> 38 < 39%39% - 51%53% - 78%> 78% English II (56 Total Number of Points) < > 164 < > 47 < 41%41% - 60%61% - 84%> 84% Biology (60 Items) < – – 260> 260 < 3030 – 4142 – 52> 52 < 50%50% - 68%70% - 87%> 87%

17 EOC Extend 2 Cut Scores Level 1Level 2Level 3Level 4 Math I (31 Items) < – – 169> 169 < – 21> 21 < 58%58%61% - 68%> 68% English II (43 Total Number of Score Points) < – > 184 < > 42 < 65%65% - 72%74% - 98%> 98% Biology (46 Items) < – – 378> 378 < 3232 – 3738 – 43> 43 < 70%70% - 80%82% - 93%> 93%

18 Annual READY Report Contents  Baseline Proficiency and Growth  NHCS Results v Other Urban Districts  Career and College Readiness Indicators  Graduation Statistics  Annual Measurable Objectives (AMO) Status  Performance Details for Individual Schools

19 Performance Composite Baseline CMS - Charlotte-Mecklenburg

20 ELA and Math Grades 3-8 Baseline Math Grades 3-8ELA Grades 3-8 Wake54.1 NHCS50.9 CMS45.5 State43.9 Pender43.8 Brunswick43.8 Cumberland41.2 Guilford41.1 Durham33.4 Wake54.3 NHCS51.5 CMS46.4 State42.3 Guilford41.6 Pender38.1 Brunswick38.0 Cumberland34.5 Durham30.5

21 Target Group Proficiency: ELA Grades 3-8 Baseline CMS71.7 Wake70.5 Durham67.7 NHCS63.5 Guilford61.6 State56.6 Cumberland55.4 Pender51.4 Brunswick50.0 WhiteBlack CMS30.2 Wake29.5 Cumberland29.5 State25.6 Guilford25.4 Durham24.5 Brunswick24.3 Pender23.3 NHCS21.6 Range 21.7Range 8.6 Hispanic Cumberland41.3 NHCS37.2 Brunswick32.8 Wake31.8 CMS30.7 Pender30.1 State28.8 Guilford27.8 Durham22.4 Range 18.9

22 Target Group Proficiency: ELA Grades 3-8 Baseline Economically Disadvantaged Range 12.7 Students with Disabilities Range 9.5 Brunswick33.6 NHCS32.5 Cumberland31.3 Pender31.0 State28.7 CMS28.7 Wake27.0 Guilford25.8 Durham20.9 Wake17.6 NHCS13.5 State12.9 Guilford12.1 Cumberland11.8 CMS11.1 Brunswick10.8 Durham9.8 Pender8.1

23 Target Group Proficiency: Math Grades 3-8 Baseline WhiteBlack Range 29.6Range 8.4 Hispanic Range 18.8 CMS27.5 Wake25.8 Guilford24.0 Cumberland22.6 State22.2 Brunswick20.6 NHCS20.3 Durham19.9 Pender19.1 NHCS43.3 CMS36.7 Cumberland36.2 Wake35.4 Guilford34.0 State32.7 Brunswick31.7 Pender27.9 Durham24.5 CMS72.6 Wake70.7 NHCS64.0 Durham62.2 Guilford61.1 State53.8 Cumberland47.8 Pender44.7 Brunswick43.0

24 Target Group Proficiency: Math Grades 3-8 Baseline Economically Disadvantaged (ED) Range 13.9 Students with Disabilities (SWD) Range 10.9 NHCS33.7 Brunswick30.0 CMS30.0 State27.7 Wake27.3 Guilford26.9 Pender26.2 Cumberland25.7 Durham19.8 Wake18.1 Guilford13.0 State12.4 NHCS12.1 CMS11.4 Cumberland9.7 Durham8.9 Brunswick8.5 Pender7.2

25 Science: Grades 5 and 8 Baseline NHCS64.0 Wake56.5 CMS47.3 Cumberland47.3 State45.4 Pender41.7 Brunswick40.5 Guilford37.2 Durham35.7 Science Grade 5Science Grade 8 Wake69.9 Pender67.8 NHCS60.6 CMS60.2 State59.1 Cumberland57.7 Guilford52.9 Brunswick49.8 Durham48.4

26 Academically Intellectually Gifted Proficiency (AIG)

27 High School End-of-Course (EOC) Baseline Results Wake58.5 Pender53.2 NHCS51.5 Guilford47.8 CMS47.2 State45.5 Brunswick42.4 Cumberland41.5 Durham41.4 Biology Wake53.0 NHCS52.8 Guilford46.5 Brunswick45.5 CMS45.4 Pender42.7 State42.6 Cumberland35.1 Durham27.8 Math I (Algebra I)English II Wake63.1 NHCS57.5 Pender56.8 CMS53.2 Brunswick52.0 Guilford51.4 State51.1 Cumberland48.0 Durham44.2

28 Target Group Proficiency: High School EOC Baseline Range 22.4 Range 6.6 White Black Hispanic Wake30.3 CMS29.5 Guilford28.2 Cumberland27.0 Durham25.2 Pender24.9 NHCS24.8 State24.5 Brunswick23.7 Cumberland42.1 NHCS41.9 Pender41.2 Wake40.8 Guilford37.0 Brunswick35.9 CMS35.8 State33.5 Durham30.2 CMS72.8 Wake72.4 Durham69.9 Guilford66.1 NHCS60.5 Pender56.9 State55.8 Cumberland52.7 Brunswick50.4 Range 11.9

29 Target Group Proficiency: High School EOC Baseline ED SWD Pender35.8 Brunswick34.2 NHCS33.9 Wake30.8 CMS30.2 Guilford29.2 State28.4 Cumberland27.6 Durham23.6 Range 12.2Range 12.9 Wake21.1 NHCS13.8 CMS12.8 State12.2 Pender10.8 Guilford10.7 Cumberland10.0 Durham8.8 Brunswick8.2

30 College and Career Readiness: ACT Percent of Juniors Meeting UNC Admission Requirements* *Composite Score 17

31 Additional College and Career Readiness Indicators Math Course Rigor * WorkKeys ^ Graduation Rate *Percent of student successfully completing Algebra II ^Percent of CTE Concentrators achieving silver, gold or platinum certificates Pender87.2 Guilford86.2 Brunswick85.7 State82.5 NHCS82.4 Cumberland81.7 CMS81.0 Wake81.0 Durham79.6 Wake79.6 CMS68.9 State67.3 Guilford60.1 Brunswick59.8 Durham59.4 Pender59.0 NHCS58.7 Cumberland58.6 NHCS95.6 State95.0 Pender95.0 Brunswick95.0 CMS95.0 Durham95.0 Cumberland95.0 Guilford95.0 Wake93.9

32 Career and Technical Education (CTE)  District Proficiency 82.2% Career Development, Business and IT, and Marketing programs showed continued improvement.  NHCS students earned 1427 credentials, indicating a growing number of workforce- ready students.

33 Graduation Rate SWD Brunswick92.2 Pender87.4 Guilford83.5 Cumberland80.0 Durham78.1 State77.5 CMS76.6 NHCS74.2 Wake68.9 Brunswick86.7 Cumberland84.6 Pender82.5 Guilford81.2 NHCS80.0 State75.3 CMS71.1 Durham66.8 Wake65.7 Hispanic Pender82.3 Guilford81.7 Brunswick79.1 Cumberland76.7 State76.1 CMS74.5 NHCS72.8 Durham72.6 Wake64.9 ED Guilford67.4 State62.3 Brunswick62.0 Pender64.3 Wake59.5 NHCS58.5 Cumberland54.6 Durham54.3 CMS53.5 Black

34 Graduation Rate: Target Groups *The American Indian group is significantly smaller than the other groups. In NHCS in 2013, ten out of fifteen American Indian students graduated. Student Group NHCS Percent Graduating in 2012 NHCS Percent Graduating in 2013 NHCS Change State Percent Graduating in NHCS v State All Students Male Female 85.0 No change American Indian * Asian 93.8> >5.1 Black Hispanic Two or More Races White Economically Disadvantaged 72.8 No change Limited English Proficient (LEP) Students With Disabilities (SWD)

35 School Growth Status ExceedsMet Not Met

36 Annual Measurable Objectives (AMO)

37 ELA Proficiency, Math Proficiency, Participation in ELA, Participation in Math  American Indian  Asian  Black  Hispanic  Two or More  White  Attendance/Graduation Rate o Economically Disadvantaged o Limited English Proficient o Students with Disabilities o All Students

38 NHCS Annual Measurable Objectives (AMO) Targets Met Student Group Not Met Grades 3-8 Reading/ELA19/20Black Grades 3-8 Math19/20Black Grade 10 Reading/ELA16/16N/A Grade 10 Math15/15N/A Attendance1/1N/A Graduation7/7N/A

39 READY Report Section II  Individual School Reports Individual School Reports

40 NC School Report Card (SRC) Dec Submit Welcome Letter Jan 2-13 Preview period for LEA and principals Jan SRC released for printing Jan 28 Public release Jan 30 Send SRC home with report cards

41 EVAAS Roster Verification Fall Semester

42 EOC Exam Score Delay  English II Delay Students may receive “Incomplete” grade on report card. This delay applies to both online and paper/pencil test versions  NC Final Exam (NCFE) Delay All NCFE students receive incompletes OR District applies local standards.

43 Grades 3-8 Proposed EOG Schedule


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