Presentation on theme: "Fontana Unified School District Student Achievement Data 2005-2008 September 17, 2008 Instructional Services Assessment & Evaluation."— Presentation transcript:
Fontana Unified School District Student Achievement Data 2005-2008 September 17, 2008 Instructional Services Assessment & Evaluation
Working Under Two Systems State – API Academic Performance Index measures growth of student achievement. Federal – AYP Adequate Yearly Progress measures student achievement based on set proficiency levels.
State Accountability System Academic Performance Index State measurement of student progress Points based on the performance level of each student in ELA, Math, Science, & Social Studies Targets are based on 5% of the difference between 800 and the school’s current API Also looks at performance of significant subgroups
Academic Performance Index Where does the API come from? California Standards Tests in grades 2-11 English Language Arts -ELA Mathematics History Social Studies Science Points are awarded based on student achievement Advanced Proficient Basic Below Basic Far Below Basic
Far Exceeding 2008 API Targets - Elementary Citrus+37 Date+30 Grant+39 Live Oak+53 Mango+21 Oleander+30 Palmetto+28 Porter+24 Randall Pepper+26 Tokay+25
Far Exceeding 2008 API Targets - Secondary Fojay+20 Ruble+32 Truman+23 Fohi+27 Summit+22
Adequate Yearly Progress What goes into the AYP? AMO 1 – 95% participation in Math & ELA AMO 2 – Proficiency in Math & ELA CST for Elementary & Middle Schools CAHSEE for High Schools Both for Districts AMO 3 – State Indicator – API AMO 4 (HS & DO) – Graduation Rate AMO 1 and 2 must be met both schoolwide and by significant subgroups.
Meeting Our AYP Targets 12 schools met all components of AYP. 13 schools made AYP in ELA. 29 schools made AYP in Math. All schools meeting AYP targets, except three, were Elementary
Looking at Our ELA Proficiency for 2008 CST 09 Target: 46%
Looking at Our ELA Proficiency for 2008 CAHSEE 09 Target: 44.5%
Looking at Our ELA Proficiency for 2008 09 Target: 45%
Looking at Our Math Proficiency for 2008 09 Target: 47.5%
Looking at Our Math Proficiency for 2008 09 Target: 43.5%
Looking at Our Math Proficiency for 2008 09 Target: 45.5%
Program Improvement Schools receiving Title 1 funding can face the sanction of Program Improvement Schools that do not meet all AMO targets go on the “Watch List” Schools that miss the same AMO two years in a row, enter into Program Improvement To exit Program Improvement, a school must be perfect for two consecutive years
Moving Down The Program Improvement Path FUSD will have 3 schools advance in Program Improvement for 08-09. Of the schools receiving Title 1, 16 will go on the Watch List for failing to make AYP in ELA. 9 schools missed AYP - English Learners 7 schools missed AYP - Schoolwide & EL
Saying Goodbye to PI! Citrus Elementary will exit Program Improvement in 2008! Live Oak Elementary will exit Program Improvement in 2008! Date Elementary will hold at PI Year 2!
Graduation Rate Graduates are defined as students who receive a High School Diploma: Met all Course Requirements – 230 credits, 10 of which must be in Algebra 1 Pass both sections of the CAHSEE SchoolC/O ’06C/O ‘07 Birch38.249.5 Citrus42.034.3 Fohi83.974.9 Kaiser91.690.8 Miller93.585.5 District78.973.6
Where Does FUSD Stand? AMO 1 – 95% participation in Math & ELA YES AMO 2 – Proficiency in Math & ELA NO -- ELA AMO 3 – State Indicator – API YES AMO 4 (HS & DO) – Graduation Rate NO
District Program Improvement The District will enter into PI for failure to make AYP in ELA for two consecutive years. This is not something that can be changed through data correction.