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1 STAAR & Accountability 2012 End of Course AYP Grades 3-8 Performance Standards State Accountability

2 Performance Standards Level III Advanced Academic Performance Accomplished Academic Performance* Level II Satisfactory Academic Performance Level I Unsatisfactory Academic Performance Minimum score *For STAAR Alternate assessments

3 Level III Advanced Academic Performance Level II Satisfactory Academic Performance Level I Unsatisfactory Academic Performance Prepared for Next Grade Level Success in Next Grade/Course and Interventions Critical Thinking and Applies Knowledge and Skills Postsecondary Success – Algebra II and English III Performance Well Prepared High likelihood of success with little or no intervention Demonstrates critical thinking and applies knowledge and skills in varied contexts – familiar and unfamiliar Well Prepared Sufficiently Prepared Reasonable likelihood of success, may need short- term, targeted intervention Generally demonstrates critical thinking and applies knowledge and skills in familiar contexts Sufficiently Prepared Inadequately Prepared Unlikely to succeed, ongoing intervention Does not demonstrate a sufficient understanding of knowledge and skills

4 Phase-in & Final Recommended Performance Standards STAAR EOC

5 End of Course EOC score must count for 15% of the student’s final grade in the course TEA does not plan on releasing a score conversion chart ≥ The number of EOCs X Passing Scale Score (Level II) A student must achieve a minimum score on an EOC assessment for the score to count toward his or her cumulative score Highest score on each EOC assessment within a content area will be used EOC 411 Course GradesCumulative Scores Course Grades

6 Passing VS. Minimum Level ILevel IILevel III Minimum Score Passing Score PASS! DID NOT PASS!

7 Biology Chemistry Physics Cumulative Score Example Passing Score = 3500 Cumulative = 10500

8 Passing Score = 3500 Cumulative = Algebra I Geometry Algebra II ???? Cumulative Score Example Geometry 10359

9 C C

10 The number of EOCs a student must take to Graduate The Cumulative Score necessary in EACH Content Distinguished Academic Plan=Level III rating (In English III Reading & Writing AND Algebra II) EOC and Graduation… 3 key things to remember…

11 Show me the… RESULTS! STAAR 3-8

12 Working with Raw Scores Grades 3-8 Basic Score Number of Items Correct Items Correct by Reporting Category Mean Regional Mean Analyze high and low performing SEs

13 REMEMBER FOR 2012  Performance Standards Increase to 87% LA/Reading and 83% Math  Grades 3-8 will be evaluated using STAAR Results  High School will be evaluated on TAKS results for grade 10 (and STAAR ALT)  AYP Graduation Rate will be evaluated on ALL student groups AYP

14 May 22 nd 2012 Campus Priority List released on TEASE July 10 th 2012 Deadline for Campus Priority List June 29 th 2012 TAKS to STAAR Bridge Studies released AYP Timeline July 31 st 2012 TEASE release of Preliminary Data Tables August 8 th 2012 Public release of 2012 Preliminary AYP/SIP Statuses September 7 th 2012 Appeals & Federal Cap Exceptions Deadline December 2012 Final AYP Status Released

15 UNDER CONSTRUCTION 2012 State Accountability

16 Kimberly Berry Educational Specialist System Support Region XIII


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