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1 1 Progress Toward Proficiency Fall 2008 ENGLISH LEARNERS

2 2 Overview Demographic Information CELDT: California English Language Development Test Administration Title III State Accountability Report ELL Progress Toward AYP in ELA & Math Redesignation Data Conclusions

3 3 Demographic Information # of ELLs is a constantly moving target. On , there were 2,340 ELLs. This is 23% of our student population. There were 1,233 in elementary school, 443 in middle school, and 649 in high school. (See ELL Status Report for site %s.)

4 4 Demographic Information (continued) Since July 1, 2008, there have been 1,936 Annual CELDT Assessments and 516 Initial (new student) Assessments. This totals 2,452 CELDT tests administered by ELD staff in 4 months. 25% of each test must be given 1-on-1. (See CELDT Administration Totals by School and by Grade for detailed information.)

5 5 CELDT Proficiency Levels by Grade Kindergarten - Fall 2008 Grades Fall 2007 Grade Beginners Early Int. Intermediate Early Adv. AdvancedUnknown K (N=208) st (N=245) nd (N=223) rd (N=212) th (N=189) th (N=159) ES Totals (N=1,236)

6 6 CELDT Proficiency Levels by Grade 6th (N=162) th (N=142) th (N=141) MS Totals (N=445) th (N=182) th (N=160) th (N=141) th (N=149) UA (N=5)32 HS Totals (N=637) District Totals (N=2,318) GradeBeginners Early Int. Intermediate Early Adv. Advanced Unknown

7 7 Title III State Accountability Report AMAO 1: ELLs Making Annual Progress AMAO 2: % Attaining English Proficiency AMAO 3: AYP for ELLs at the LEA Level

8 8 AMAO 1 - Percent of Students Making Annual Progress in Learning English Number of 2007 Annual CELDT Takers1,933 Number/Percent with Required Prior Scores 1,933/100% Number in Cohort Meeting Annual Growth Target 1,487 Percent Meeting AMAO 1 in LEA76.9% Target 50.1% Met Target for AMAO 1 Yes

9 9 AMAO 2 - Percent of Students Attaining English Proficiency on CELDT Number of 2007 Annual CELDT Takers in Cohort755 Number in Cohort Attaining English Proficient Level447 Percent Meeting AMAO 2 in LEA 59.2% Target 28.9% Met Target for AMAO 2 Yes

10 10 AMAO 3 - Adequate Yearly Progress for English Learners at the LEA Level English-Language Arts Met Participation Rate for English Learner SubgroupYes Met Percent Proficient or Above for English Learner Subgroup Yes Mathematics Met Participation Rate for English Learner Subgroup Yes Met Percent Proficient or Above for English Learner Subgroup Yes Met Target for AMAO 3 Yes

11 Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) in ELA Toward Annual Measurable Objectives--AUSD English Learners 2009 Target= 45% 49.9% All District AYP Targets

12 Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) in Math Toward Annual Measurable Objectives--AUSD English Learners 2009 Target= 45.5% 56.8% AYP Targets All District

13 13 K-5 Redesignations School3/983/993/003/013/023/033/043/053/063/073/0810/08 Bay Farm Earhart Edison Franklin Haight Longfellow Lum Miller Otis Paden Ruby Br. 111 Wash Woodstock K-5 Total

14 Redesignations School3/983/993/003/013/023/033/043/053/063/073/0810/08 Chipman Lincoln Wood Total ACLC Alameda ASTI41 Encinal Island Tot K-12 Tot

15 15 Redesignations by Language Group in Grades 3-12 since R-30 Report ( ) 66 languages are spoken by ELLs in AUSD. 10% of our ELLs in Grades 3-12 have been redesignated in the past 8 months. This includes: 11% of our Cantonese speakers 10% of our Vietnamese speakers 10% of our Tagalog speakers 6% of our Spanish speakers

16 16 Conclusions We have much to be proud of in the progress of our English Learners. We are exceeding all current targets. We cannot relax with AYP targets increasing so greatly each year. AND our Spanish-speaking ELLs need heightened focus based on their redesignation data (40+% below the 3 other large language groups in redesignations this year).

17 17 Lest We Forget Alameda Unified School Districts Goal #1: Continue to improve student achievement while also narrowing and closing the achievement gap in English Language Arts and mathematics between our lowest performing students (African American, Latino, English learners, and Special Education students) and our highest performing students.

18 18 Demographic/Data Addendum


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