Presentation on theme: "School Improvement Status"— Presentation transcript:
1 School Improvement Status Darlene J. RuscittiSuperintendentDuPage CountyRegional Office of Education421 N. County Farm RoadWheaton IL 60187School Improvement StatusFor more information contactJim FrontierROE Center for Professional Learning1519 S. Grace Street Lombard IL 60148
2 How Illinois Calculates AYP How Illinois Calculates AYPAdequate Yearly Progress (AYP) calculations in Illinois are now based on three factors: 1- The percent of reading and math scores that meet or exceed standards, compared to the annual state targets; 2-The participation rate of students in taking the state tests, which must meet or exceed 95%; and 3-The attendance rates of students in elementary and middle schools, and the graduation rates of students in high schools, which must meet or exceed the state's annual targets.
3 Reading and Math Score Targets Meeting Targeted Math & Reading ScoresThe percent of reading and math scores that meet or exceed standards, compared to the annual state targets.Year Reading and Math Score Targets200340%2004200547.5%2006200755%200862.5%200970%201077.5%201185%201292.5%20132014100%
4 Elementary and Middle Schools: The school must have an 88% attendance rate overall and for each subgroup.Performance Targets for Attendance RateYearAttendance Rate200388%200489%20052006200790%20082009201091%20112012201392%2014
5 High Schools: Overall, and within each sub-group, 65% of students must High Schools: Overall, and within each sub-group, 65% of students mustgraduate from high school.Performance Targets for High School - Graduation RateYearGraduation Rate200365%200466%200567%200669%200772%200875%200978%201080%201182%201284%201385%2014
6 What do schools in status need to do now? Notify all parents within your school of your statusOffer school choiceDevelop and implement an approved school improvement plan
7 REgional Service PROvider, or RESPRO FocusingonSTUDENTACHIEVEMENTRegionalServiceProviderArea 1-CREgional Service PROvider, or RESPRORegional Service Provider Area 1-CWill County Regional Office of EducationGrundy/Kendall Counties Regional Office of EducationLake County Regional Office of EducationKane County Regional Office of EducationDuPage County Regional Office of EducationIllinois State Board of Education System of Support Competitive Grant
8 System of Support for Schools in Status FocusingonSTUDENTACHIEVEMENTRegionalServiceProviderArea 1-CSystem of Support for Schools in StatusNetwork of Schools and ServicesSupport Services and Technical Assistance for Network SchoolsFunding for Network ServicesSchool Improvement Planning (SIP)Data Collection and AnalysisIllinois Assessment Frameworks (IAF)Curriculum Matching with Illinois Assessment FrameworkStandards Aligned Classroom (SAC)Administrator and Teacher Leadership TrainingStandards and Assessment Skills Series (SASS)Research-Based Instructional Strategies
9 Every student in DuPage County Illinois Performance Standards. DuPage ROE GOAL:Every student in DuPage Countywill meet or exceedIllinois Performance Standards.Areas of ServiceI. STANDARDS AND CURRICULUMII. INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS & PRACTICEIII. LEADERSHIP AND CAPACITYUSE OF DATAINTERVENTIONS AND MODIFICATIONSVI. COMMUNITY
10 FocusingonSTUDENTACHIEVEMENTRegionalServiceProviderArea 1-CFor more information, technical assistance, and to hear what schools are doing, contact…Jim FrontierROE Center for Professional Learning1519 S. Grace Street Lombard IL 60148Phone
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