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1 OECD Test for Schools Pilot* *Based on the PISA FAIRFAX COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS May 2013

2 OECD Test for Schools Pilot 125 Schools in Canada, UK and US including 10 schools from FCPS 48 School Districts 6 magnets, 6 charters and 1 private school included 7,400 students tested during May and June students per school targeted Reading, Math, and Science are assessed Students also completed a questionnaire about classroom management and relationships with teachers 2 Fairfax County Public Schools

3 PISA Sections Understanding Your School’s Results What Students at your School Know and Can Do in Reading, Mathematics and Science Student Engagement and the Learning Environment at your School in an International Perspective Your School Compared with Similar Schools in your Country Your School in an International Context 3

4 Langley High School The Socio-Economic Background of Students in Participating FCPS Schools Socio-economic advantage of students Langley High School 4 Fairfax County Public Schools

5 Langley High School FCPS Schools Compared with Schools in 2009 PISA is the US Mean 566 is the Shanghai Mean Socio-economic advantage of students Fairfax County Public Schools

6 Langley High School FCPS Schools Compared with Schools in 2009 PISA 6 Fairfax County Public Schools 575 is the Shanghai Mean 502 is the US Mean Socio-economic advantage of students 487 is the US Mean 600 is the Shanghai Mean

7 Langley High School FCPS Schools Compared with Schools in 2009 PISA 7 Fairfax County Public Schools Socio-economic advantage of students 575 is the Shanghai Mean 502 is the US Mean

8 Reading LevelsExamples of 4C’s in each level 6 Students can assimilate information from unfamiliar content area presented in atypical formats 5 Students can find information in unfamiliar texts and infer which information is relevant 4 Students can locate embedded information and construct meaning from linguistic nuances 3 Students can integrate several parts of the text to identify a main idea 2 Students can compare and contrast between texts and outside knowledge 1 Student can locate pieces of information that is explicitly stated Students Below Level 1Students Above Level 1 8

9 Langley High School Reading by Proficiency Level 9 Fairfax County Public Schools

10 Langley High School 10 What Does the Same Mean Actually Mean? Langley High School and Oakton High School Both Have a Mean Score of 543 Fairfax County Public Schools

11 Langley High School Key: 1=Chantilly 2=Falls Church 3=Hayfield 4=Herndon 5=Mount Vernon 6=Oakton 7=Lee 8=Thomas Jefferson 9=Woodson 10=Langley 11 Fairfax County Public Schools FCPS compared to other schools in US, Shanghai, and Mexico in Reading in PISA 2009

12 Langley High School Key: 1=Chantilly 2=Falls Church 3=Hayfield 4=Herndon 5=Mount Vernon 6=Oakton 7=Lee 8=Thomas Jefferson 9=Woodson 10=Langley 12 Fairfax County Public Schools FCPS compared to other schools in US, Shanghai, and Mexico in Mathematics in PISA 2009

13 Langley High School Key: 1=Chantilly 2=Falls Church 3=Hayfield 4=Herndon 5=Mount Vernon 6=Oakton 7=Lee 8=Thomas Jefferson 9=Woodson 10=Langley 13 Fairfax County Public Schools FCPS compared to other schools in US, Shanghai, and Mexico in Science in PISA 2009

14 Student Engagement and the Learning Environment in an International Perspective The learning environment at your school and other schools in the US –Disciplinary Climate –Teacher Student Relations Students’ reading habits and the relationship with the performance Students’ attitudes to mathematics and the relationship to performance –Motivation and Self Efficacy Students’ self belief and interest in science and the relationship with performance –Motivation and Self-Efficacy 14

15 15 Fairfax County Public Schools Disciplinary Climate at Falls Church HS

16 16 Fairfax County Public Schools Disciplinary Climate at Falls Church HS vs. Reading Performance

17 17 Fairfax County Public Schools Disciplinary Climate at Langley HS vs. Reading Performance

18 18 Fairfax County Public Schools Disciplinary Climate at Falls Church HS

19 19 Fairfax County Public Schools Disciplinary Climate at Langley HS

20 20 Fairfax County Public Schools Teacher-Student Relations at Falls Church HS

21 21 Fairfax County Public Schools Teacher-Student Relations at Falls Church HS

22 22 Fairfax County Public Schools Teacher-Student Relations at Langley HS

23 23 Fairfax County Public Schools Teacher-Student Relations at Langley HS

24 24 Fairfax County Public Schools Students Instrumental Motivation in Math at Falls Church HS

25 25 Fairfax County Public Schools Students Instrumental Motivation in Math at Langley HS

26 26 Fairfax County Public Schools Students Self-Efficacy in Math at Falls Church HS

27 27 Fairfax County Public Schools Students Self-Efficacy in Math at Langley HS

28 28 Fairfax County Public Schools Students Instrumental Motivation in Science at Falls Church HS

29 29 Fairfax County Public Schools Students Instrumental Motivation in Science at Langley HS

30 Teacher-Student Relations 30 Fairfax County Public Schools

31 Reader Profiles at Falls Church HS 12 Fairfax County Public Schools 31

32 Other Data Available International and national comparisons Learning Environment and Teacher-Student Relationship Students’ reading habits Students’ attitudes about reading, math and science Students’ self-belief and interest in reading and science Public vs. private schools Boys and girls comparison in reading, math, and science Extensive policy research 32 Fairfax County Public Schools

33 High performing systems often prioritize the quality of teachers over the size of classes Contribution of various factors to upper secondary teacher compensation costs per student as a percentage of GDP per capita (2004) Percentage points Fairfax County Public Schools

34 Next Steps for FCPS Network with other schools in the US that participated in the PISA pilot –America Achieves Event –EdLeader21 Share the results with all FCPS schools –Pyramid Planning –Benchmarking against the best –Leadership Conference- Pasi Sahlberg –Division Strengths/Challenges Examine FCPS/VA/US policies to ensure they are supportive of the best conditions for learning 33 Fairfax County Public Schools


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