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1 Kentucky’s School Report Card and Spreadsheets
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2 Spreadsheets for Profile, Accountability, Assessment, Learning Environment and Delivery Targets for ,12-13 and are located under the Data Sets tab. Everyone has received some type of report card when in school—some good, some not so good. As a student, a report card shows strengths and weaknesses in student performance. Now schools, districts and the state have report cards that show how each performs. Schools and districts can also see how they compared to others at the same level. KDE:OAA:DSR:clw 9/19/2014

3 Profile tab shows basic school/district information/location.
Learning Environment tab shows school/district details and demographics. Profile tab shows basic school/district information/location. Assessment tab shows data for all students tested on all assessments. NEW Finance tab shows district level finances. Accountability tab shows all five categories of Next- Generation Learners with data based on 100 day students. NEW Career and Technical Education tab shows program information. NEW Program Review tab shows all categories of Program Reviews for each school. Delivery Targets tab has targets for improvement. KDE:OAA:DSR:clw 9/19/2014

4 Accountability Tab Accountability Profile Tab
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5 NEW NEW The 2014 SRC Accountability Profile includes new Overall Scores and Performance based on the combination of Learners (77%) and Program Reviews (23%), but only provides comparable data.  New Baseline for 2013 (67.3) with a new 2014 AMO Goal (68.3) as reported in December 2013 in KDE’s Open House.  New 2014 Overall Score (70.9) is compared to 2014 AMO Goal and is over 70th percentile (Classification=Proficient)  The 2013 and 2014 Overall Score and Percentiles are comparable, but 2013 Classification and Rewards were based on Next Generation Learners in 2013 and are N/A for the 2014 SRC.  New Accountability Components table with comparable data for Learners, Program Reviews and Combined Results is provided. The Learners component includes the 2013 Learners score (61.3) used in the 2013 SRC for accountability. KDE:OAA:DSR:clw 9/19/2014

6 Accountability Profile Discussion Points
What is our overall score? What is our percentile rank? (Remember this is a percentile not a percentage.) What is our distance from the Overall Score associated with proficiency (70th percentile) and AMO for 2015? What is our Classification? Do we have a Rewards or Assistance Category? Are we where we want to be? Annual Measurable Objective is the gain or improvement expected on the Overall Score in 2013. In 2012, the percentile rank set the improvement/gain needed in 2013. 70th percentile and above gain of .5 69th percentile and below gain of 1 Relationship between Overall Score and Percentile Rank is locked annually until complete Unbridled Learning is implemented, then it is locked for five years. A percentile is the value of a variable below which a certain percent of observations (scores) fall. For example, if a score is in the 86th percentile, it is higher than 85% of the other scores. A percentage is a number or ratio as a fraction of 100. Percentages are used to express how large/small one quantity is, relative to another quantity. For example, 45% is 45/100. KDE:OAA:DSR:clw 9/19/2014

7 Accountability Tab Learners Tab
click Weighted Score comes from Achievement, Gap, Growth, College/Career Readiness and Graduation Rate Points multiplied by the weights each has in Learners. Weighted Score Summary adds the Weighted Scores for each area. Adapted from the White Paper. Percentage Weights for Next-Generation Learners Categories Grade Elem Middle High Achievement Gap Growth CCR Grad Rate 20 Total Opening page on Learners shows the five category tabs: Achievement, Gap, Growth, CCR and Graduation Rate. It opens automatically on the Achievement tab. KDE:OAA:DSR:clw 9/19/2014

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9 Learners Questions Looking at the five categories, generalize what is seen. Looking at the weighted score, in which category do we score the lowest? Why? Looking at the weighted score, in which category do we score the highest? Why? Note: After identifying the category with the lowest weighted score, the next step is to click on the tab identified and drill down with further questions for each category. The maximum weighted score in each category is the weight for the category. For example, Achievement is 30% of Elementary, and 30 is the highest weighted score possible for Achievement at the elementary level. KDE:OAA:DSR:clw 9/19/2014

10 Accountability - Learners Tab - Achievement Tab
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11 Accountability - Learners Tab - Achievement Tab - Grade Level Breakdown
After picking a subject area, you can click on the specific grade levels to view further breakdown of the data. Use this to compare performance level by groups of students. Remember: 1) Novice, Apprentice, Proficient, Distinguished(NAPD) Calculation comes from the formula: N=0; A=.5; P/D=1(Bonus of .5 is added if there are more distinguished than novice.) 2) Points come from the NAPD Calculation multiplied by the equal weight of content areas: Reading, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies are 20% and Writing/Language Mechanics is 20% (Writing 16% and Language Mechanics 4%) KDE:OAA:DSR:clw 9/19/2014 11

12 Achievement Questions
Which NAPD performance level shows the lowest percentage of students for reading, mathematics, etc.? Which performance level shows the highest percentage of students for reading, mathematics, etc.? What can we do to increase P/D while reducing N/A? (e.g., instructional strategies, increasing teacher training and professional development) Do any particular subgroups stand out as needing improvement more than others? (sample shows highest percent novice are students with IEPs) Novice (N), Apprentice (A), Proficient (P), Distinguished (D) Language mechanics is 4% of writing. At high school, the ACT Plan language usage score is used. NAPD cuts are aligned to the quartiles (1-24, 25-49, 50-74, 75-99) of the national percentile rank. KDE:OAA:DSR:clw 9/19/2014

13 Accountability – Learners – Gap
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14 Accountability – Learners – Gap – Subject Breakdown
Remember: 1). NAPD Calculation for Gap comes from the percent of Proficient/Distinguished only in the Non-duplicated Gap Group. 2). Points come from the NAPD Calculation multiplied by the equal weight of content areas: Reading, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies being 20% and Writing/Language Mechanics 20% (Writing 16% and Language Mechanics 4%). KDE:OAA:DSR:clw 9/19/2014

15 Gap Questions In what content area are Gap students most challenged?
In what content area are Gap students most successful? In what content area do we have the largest percent of P/D performance? How are we identifying our Gap students? By subject area, drill down to see areas for improvement and how we compare in the district/state. Gap data reports the percent of non-duplicated gap students scoring proficient or distinguished in each content area. If a student is a member of one of the individual student groups (African American, Hispanic, Native American, students with disability (IEP), free/reduced price lunch and Limited English Proficient), then the student is included the non-duplicated gap group.  -The student only counts once toward the non-duplicated gap group score in each content area.  -Minimum for reporting is 10.  -Non-duplicated gap students are identified in the student listing spreadsheets. KDE:OAA:DSR:clw 9/19/2014

16 Accountability – Learners– Growth
Reminder: Growth Points Total comes from average of Reading Percent and Mathematics Percent of students making typical annual growth (at or above the 40th Student Growth Percentile). School district leaders will want to use spreadsheets (student listings) to analyze individual student data. KDE:OAA:DSR:clw 9/19/2014

17 Growth Questions Typical Growth is at the 40th percentile; what percentage of our students are not there in reading? Mathematics? Which subject has the highest Growth? What do Growth percentiles look like for students who scored Distinguished or Novice? (Refer to spreadsheet and student listing, to identify specific students.) What can we do to improve Growth for students below the 40th percentile? (Refer to spreadsheet and student listing, to identify specific students.) How does our school/district compare to Growth in other schools/districts? KDE:OAA:DSR:clw 9/19/2014

18 Accountability – Learners – CCR – Student Breakdown
Remember: Percentage of graduates College and/or Career Ready shows non-duplicated totals for a school. Bonus is added, if applicable. KDE:OAA:DSR:clw 9/19/2014

19 CCR Questions What are the criteria for the 3 categories – college, career or both? How many students were determined college ready? Career ready? Earned Bonus? How do we compare to other schools in the district/state? What is the college/career readiness percentage for specific student groups within our school? What are the implications for instruction and curriculum? Knowing what it takes to be CCR, look at ACT performance of current seniors. What can we do to get more students ready? Are we using COMPASS/KYOTE? All G-Code students need opportunities to show readiness. All G-Code students that have a 100 day enrollment (full academic year) are included in CCR accountability reporting. -College Ready: If student does not take the ACT in March or at a national administration, use COMPASS or KYOTE. -Career Ready: Students must be on a Career and Technical Education Preparatory track to take KOSSA and earn credit for Industry Certifications with CCR calculation.  -ASVAB or WorkKeys results only add to CCR calculation for Career and Technical Education students. To earn the Bonus, students must be college ready and have met the Career Technical requirement (KOSSA or industry certification). KDE:OAA:DSR:clw 9/19/2014

20 Graduation Rate Reminder
The Five-Year Adjusted Cohort graduation rate data are used in the calculation for the Graduation Rate component (20% of high school Next-Generation Learners). The Four-Year Adjusted Cohort graduation rate will be used to evaluate whether a school met its graduation rate goals. The graduation rate goals for were set using the Four-Year Adjusted Cohort. KDE:OAA:DSR:clw 9/19/2014

21 Past cohort data can be accessed here.
Accountability – Learners– Graduation Rate – Cohort Information Cohort is used for the category Graduation Rate (20%) of Next-Generation Learners at high schools and districts. Past cohort data can be accessed here. KDE:OAA:DSR:clw 9/19/2014

22 Graduation Rate Questions
How does our Graduation Rate compare to other schools in our district? In the state? What type of interventions can be provided to increase student completion and persistence to graduation? Comparing Graduation Rate (cohort) to the disaggregated data presented on the Accountability Tab: Which groups of students had the lowest graduation rate? What strategies might improve lower group rates? KDE:OAA:DSR:clw 9/19/2014

23 Key Points for Program Reviews
Data are presented by school level (elementary, middle and high) and aggregated for the district and state. For example, a K-8 school will have both an elementary and middle school score. Only data from A1 schools are aggregated for districts and the state. Data presented are consistent with the Program Review rubrics.  If a school entered a characteristic score that was not required, the data have been removed. If a school entered not applicable (n/a) on a required characteristic, the n/a has been changed to a score of 0. KDE:OAA:DSR:clw 9/19/2014

24 Accountability – Program Review Accountability
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25 Program Review Questions
Which Program Review and standard is lowest this year? Which Program Review is the highest? What are we doing to achieve this score? Look to the future: Which area of K-3 is the lowest? What can be done to raise the K-3 score for ? KDE:OAA:DSR:clw 9/19/2014

26 Assessment Tab Assessment tab offers data for tested students on state-required and other tests (i.e., Advanced Placement and NAEP). KDE:OAA:DSR:clw 9/19/2014

27 Assessment – State Required Tests – K-PREP – Middle School - 07
Under the Assessment tab you will pick either State-Required Tests or Other Tests. With the test of interest , select the disaggregated data you want to review. Clicking on the grade level breaks it down into groups. (Any spot with a triangle that is underlined is a link to disaggregated data.) KDE:OAA:DSR:clw 9/19/2014

28 Assessment – State-Required Tests – K-PREP – Middle School - 07
Use data found here to compare particular groups, to find high/low performing groups or to help identify where your school/district might want to add more focused attention. For individual student information, refer to the KDE-provided spreadsheets. For reporting category information from Pearson assessments, see School Summary Reports in PearsonAccess. KDE:OAA:DSR:clw 9/19/2014

29 Assessment – State-Required Tests – K-PREP End-of-Course
End-of-Course data is broken down by subject, all students and by groups of students (M/F, ethnicity, free/reduced, etc.). KDE:OAA:DSR:clw 9/19/2014

30 Assessment – State Required Tests – ACT/ACT Plan/ACT Explore
Shown are the average scores and percent meeting each set of benchmarks. Then, use spreadsheets to find individual student information. School district leaders will want to use spreadsheets (student listings) to analyze individual student data. KDE:OAA:DSR:clw 9/19/2014

31 Assessment – Other Tests – Advanced Placement or NAEP
Advanced Placement data is loaded as it becomes available from the vendor. NAEP data is general state level information, never school or student level. National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) KDE:OAA:DSR:clw 9/19/2014

32 Delivery Targets –Proficiency/Gap Tab
Gap is located at the bottom when you drill down to all students Data from Delivery Targets tab may be used in development of school improvement plans. The Delivery Targets can be a tool to help schools/districts reach annual expected improvement in the overall score. KDE:OAA:DSR:clw 9/19/2014

33 Delivery Target Questions (Proficiency/Gap)
Comparing Proficiency Rates to the disaggregated data on the Accountability Tab: Which subjects have the lowest performance rates and for what grade levels? Drill down by subject and school level: Which gap groups have the lowest proficiency rates? What are you doing to close these achievement gaps? KDE:OAA:DSR:clw 9/19/2014

34 Delivery Targets – CCR Tab
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35 Delivery Target Questions (CCR)
CCR delivery targets are calculated using the CCR total without a bonus. Considering your school/district scores, where have you made gains (e.g., college ready or career ready)? Similarly, in order to meet future targets, where is there room for greatest growth (e.g., college ready or career ready)? Considering 1) the demographic distribution of students in your schools and 2)the disaggregated CCR outcomes presented on the Accountability Tab, which student groups appear to have lower success rates? KDE:OAA:DSR:clw 9/19/2014

36 Finance Tab KDE:OAA:DSR:clw 9/19/2014

37 Finance Tab Includes district level data only.
Data are extracted from the Superintendent's Annual Attendance Report (SAAR), MUNIS via the Annual Financial Report (AFR), SEEK System, Tax Reports, and Professional/Classified Staff Data (PSD/CSD) files.  KDE:OAA:DSR:clw 9/19/2014

38 Career and Technical Education Tab
Career and Technical Education data to populate the new tab. KDE:OAA:DSR:clw 9/19/2014

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