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1 HISD Becoming #GreatAllOver Accountability Development What do we know? What do we want to know? March 4, 2014

2 HISD Becoming #GreatAllOver 2 What do we KNOW? 2015 Accountability Development  Revised, extended phase-in schedule  SAME Level II phase-in 1 cut scores in SY  One added “stair step” to the phase-in schedule New Level II, phase-in 2 applies in SY New Level II, phase-in 3 applies in SY Final Level II cut scores to apply in SY  New TEKS tested in grades 3-8 in mathematics  One-year delay in 5 th and 8 th grade math testing dates, associated with no SSI-related retesting, raw scores  New STAAR Alternate 2 tests  Elimination of STAAR Modified and implementation of STAAR Accommodated

3 HISD Becoming #GreatAllOver 3 What do we NOT KNOW? 2015 Accountability Development  Adjustments to targets  Availability v. inclusion of state assessment-related data  Implementation of new, required metrics related to high school postsecondary readiness  Recommendation for flexibility to meet standards on either Index 1 or Index 2

4 HISD Becoming #GreatAllOver 4 When will we KNOW? 2015 Accountability Development Time Line for 2015 Accountability Decisions  ATAC Recommendations made on Feb. 5  Final APAC meeting was held on Monday, Feb. 23  Commissioner to announce final decisions at end of March  All discussion of key decision points is, of necessity, preliminary in nature!

5 HISD Becoming #GreatAllOver TEA – Division of Performance Reporting; House Public Education Hearing – ATAC PROPOSED 2015 INDEX TARGETS (Same as 2014) Target = 55 Target = 5 th Percentile Target = 28, 27, 31 (ISD = 28, ES = 28, MS = 27, HS = 31) Target = 12, 13, 57 (STAAR Only Target = HS - 21, ISD - 13)

6 HISD Becoming #GreatAllOver 6 ATAC KEY RECOMMENDATIONS 2015 Accountability Development  Index evaluations  New proposed flexibility to meet standards on Index 1 *or* on Index 2, plus both Indexes 3 & 4  Targets to hold steady (Index 2 determined by 5th percentile, so precise cut point is TBD)  STAAR grades 3-8 mathematics results “bridged” to the 2014 test standards

7 HISD Becoming #GreatAllOver 7 ATAC KEY RECOMMENDATIONS Student Achievement Index I  STAAR Mathematics in grades 3-8 based on 2014 “bridged” results  STAAR Accommodated, STAAR Alternate 2  Included in Index 1 only  Apply a hold-harmless provision - which adjusts the accountability rating if the Index 1 outcome fails to meet the target solely due to the inclusion of these assessments.  ELLs in Yrs. 2-4 who take STAAR-Alt 2 will be included

8 HISD Becoming #GreatAllOver 8 ATAC KEY RECOMMENDATIONS Index I

9 HISD Becoming #GreatAllOver 9 ATAC KEY RECOMMENDATIONS Student Achievement Index I Minimum Size Requirements IndicatorAll StudentsStudent Groups Index 1STAAR Percent Met Level IINone; Special Analysis (SA) < 10 students N/A Accountability Target: 55 ReadingMathWritingScience Social Studies Total % Met Level II Students Met Level II =136 45%45 Students Tested =305 Index Score45

10 HISD Becoming #GreatAllOver 10 ATAC KEY RECOMMENDATIONS Student Progress Index 2  New Reading / Math (Algebra I) / Writing Combined  No progress measures for STAAR mathematics in grades 3-8  New grade 7 writing progress data  Under consideration re: ELL group:  Include M1s & M2s  Include “parent denials” in Yrs. 2-4

11 HISD Becoming #GreatAllOver 11 ATAC KEY RECOMMENDATIONS Index 2 High schools were excluded in 2014 from Index 2 ELL Progress measures are included at grade 3 reading, English I, and grade 4 writing

12 HISD Becoming #GreatAllOver STAAR Weighted Progress Rate All Students African Amer. Amer. Indian AsianHispanic Pacific Islander White Two or More Races Special Ed. Total Points Max. Points Reading/Math/Writing Weighted Progress Total Index 2 Score (total points divided by maximum points)60 12 ATAC KEY RECOMMENDATIONS Student Progress Index 2 Accountability Target: 5 th %-ile of State Performance STAAR Weighted Progress Rate All Students African Amer. Amer. Indian AsianHispanic Pacific Islander White Two or More Races Special Ed. Total Points Max. Points Example Calculation for Reading/Math/Writing Number of Tests Performance Results: Met or Exceeded Progress Number Percent 80 80% 40 80% % 20 67% Exceeded Progress Number Percent 20 20% 20 40% 30 75% 5 17% Reading/Math/Writing Weighted Progress Rate

13 HISD Becoming #GreatAllOver 13 ATAC KEY RECOMMENDATIONS Closing Performance Gaps Index 3  No major changes in 2015  “Bridged” math data, as with other indexes  Possible inclusion of scores for ELLs in Years 2-4 in US schools, whose parents denied services  Possible total redesign of the index for 2016

14 HISD Becoming #GreatAllOver 14 ATAC KEY RECOMMENDATIONS Index 3

15 HISD Becoming #GreatAllOver 15 STAAR Weighted Performance Rate for Reading Econ. Disadv. Lowest Performing Group - 1 Lowest Performing Group - 2 Total Points Maximum Points Number of Tests Performance Results: Phase-in Level II and above Number Percent % 20 50% % Level III Advanced (2014 and beyond) Number Percent 40 50% 0 0% % Reading Weighted Performance Minimum Size Requirements IndicatorAll StudentsStudent Groups Index 3STAAR PerformanceNAgap group: >= 25 tests in reading and math the prior year Closing Performance Gaps Index 3

16 HISD Becoming #GreatAllOver 16 Accountability Target: ISD = 28, ES = 28, MS = 27, HS = 31 STAAR Weighted Performance Rate Economically Disadvantaged Lowest Performing Race/Ethnic Group - 1 Lowest Performing Race/Ethnic Group - 2 Total Points Maximum Points Reading Math Writing Science Social Studies Total Index Score (total points divided by maximum points) 48 SCORING TABLE Closing Performance Gaps Index 3

17 HISD Becoming #GreatAllOver 17 ATAC KEY RECOMMENDATIONS Post Secondary Readiness Index 4  No major changes in 2015 for Elementary or Middle Schools.  Meet postsecondary readiness standard (final Level II on 2 or more tests)

18 HISD Becoming #GreatAllOver 18 ATAC KEY RECOMMENDATIONS Post Secondary Readiness Index 4 Proposed 2015  Graduation Score: Combined performance across the graduation and dropout rates for:  Grade 9-12 Four-Year Graduation Rate for All Students and all student groups; or  Grade 9-12 Five-Year Graduation Rate for All Students and all student groups, whichever contributes the higher number of points to the index.  RHSP/DAP Graduates Based on Longitudinal Cohort: All Students and race/ethnicity student groups.  STAAR Score: STAAR Percent Met Final Level ll on one or more tests for All Students and race/ethnicity student groups.  New expanded Postsecondary Indicator includes  College-Ready Graduates indicator based on meeting TSI criteria on TAKS, SAT, or ACT in both ELA and math;  Advanced/dual enrollment course completion; and  Enrolled and completed a CTE coherent sequence  Graduation Score: Combined performance across the graduation and dropout rates for:  Grade 9-12 Four-Year Graduation Rate for All Students and all student groups; or  Grade 9-12 Five-Year Graduation Rate for All Students and all student groups, whichever contributes the higher number of points to the index.  RHSP/DAP Graduates Based on Longitudinal Cohort: All Students and race/ethnicity student groups.  STAAR Score: STAAR Percent Met Final Level ll on one or more tests for All Students and race/ethnicity student groups.  College-Ready Graduates indicator based on meeting TSI criteria on TAKS, SAT, or ACT in both ELA and math. Additional Indicators Required by House Bill 5 (83rd Texas Legislature, 2013)  Texas Success Initiative college readiness benchmarks.  Number of students who earn postsecondary credit required for a foundation high school program, an associate’s degree, or an industry certification and 2015 Comparison

19 HISD Becoming #GreatAllOver 19 Postsecondary Readiness Index Postsecondary Readiness Indicator The 2014 Postsecondary Indicator (College-Ready Graduates) is expanded to include additional credit for students in other postsecondary readiness activities. The proposed 2015 Postsecondary Indicator is defined as the percent of annually reported graduates that meet any one of three criteria, detailed below. Indicator definition Number of annual graduates reported for school year 2013–14 that either: 1) meet TSI criteria in both reading/ELA and mathematics on TAKS, SAT, or ACT OR 2) completed and received credit for at least one advanced/dual enrollment course OR 3) enrolled and completed credit for the CTE Coherent Sequence divided by Number of annual graduates reported for school year 2013–14

20 HISD Becoming #GreatAllOver 20 Index 4 Indicator All Students African Amer. Amer. Indian AsianHispanic Pacific Islander White Two or More Races ELL Special Ed. Total Points Max. Points STAAR Score* STAAR % Met Final Level ll on Two or More Tests 29%16%40%23%38%36% STAAR Score (STAAR total points divided by maximum points)30 Graduation Score (Gr. 9-12) 4-yr. graduation rate 84.3%78.8% 91.6%86.0%44.2%69.8% yr. graduation rate 85.1%78.8%80.0%92.1%84.0%48.9%77.5% Highest Graduation Total Graduation Score (best of total graduation points divided by maximum points)78.0 RHSP/DAP Score 4-yr. graduation Percent RHSP/DAP 82.7%76.4%83.6%83.0% RHSP/DAP Score (total RHSP/DAP points divided by maximum points)81.4 Aggregate Postsecondary Indicator Score Percent PSR of Annual Graduates 82.0%72.0%78.0%89.0% Aggregate Postsecondary Indicator Score (total points divided by maximum points)80.2 Overall Index Score STAAR Score30.0 Multiply by Weight Graduation Score78.0 RHSP/DAP Score81.4 Postsecondary Score 80.2 Index Score (sum of weighted index scores)

21 HISD Becoming #GreatAllOver 21 Accountability Target: Elementary:12; Middle:13 IndicatorAll African Amer. Amer. Indian AsianHispanic Pacific Island. White Two or More ELL Special Ed. Total Points Max. Points STAAR % Met Level II Final on at least two tests 29%16%40%23%38%36% STAAR Score (STAAR total points divided by maximum points): 30 Minimum Size Requirements IndicatorAll StudentsStudent Groups Index 4STAAR Percent Met Level IINone; SA < 10 students >= 25 Postsecondary Readiness Index 4

22 HISD Becoming #GreatAllOver 22 ADDITIONAL ATAC RECOMMENDATIONS Accountability Development  STAAR-A and STAAR-Alt. 2 to be included in System Safeguards and Distinction Designation calculations  U PDATES to Distinctions Designations:  Percent of students in special education as a factor in determining campus groups  Algebra I by Grade 8 participation will include enrolled 8 th graders who have ever taken that EOC test  Level III performance to be examined for ALL tested grade levels, not just selected ones in Reading and Mathematics

23 HISD Becoming #GreatAllOver 23 DISTINCTION DESIGNATIONS RECOMMENDATIONS Accountability Development

24 HISD Becoming #GreatAllOver 24 SYSTEM SAFEGUARDS RECOMMENDATIONS Accountability Development Safeguard Measures and Targets:  Reporting for system safeguards disaggregates performance by student group, performance level, and subject area.  Performance rates are calculated from the assessment results used to calculate Index 1: Student Achievement.  2015 targets for the disaggregated system-safeguard results:  STAAR performance target corresponds to Index 1 (TBD);  STAAR participation target required by federal accountability (95%);  Federal graduation rate targets and improvement calculations for 4-year rate (83%) and 5-year rate (88%); and  Federal limit on use of the STAAR Alternate 2 assessments (1%).

25 HISD Becoming #GreatAllOver 25 CHANGES FOR and BEYOND Accountability System  Community/Student Engagement and Compliance Self Assessment  Campus and district self-assessment on 8 locally-developed criteria of community/student engagement and one indicator on compliance will be reported along with the accountability ratings.  Fine arts  Wellness & physical education  Community & parental involvement  21 st Century workforce development program  Second language acquisition  Digital learning environment  Dropout prevention strategies  Educational program for G/T students

26 HISD Becoming #GreatAllOver 26 Questions: Carla Stevens, Dee Carney Research and Accountability Resources: Accountability System


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