Presentation on theme: "1 Adequate Yearly Progress 2005 Status Report Research, Assessment & Accountability November 2, 2005 Oakland Unified School District."— Presentation transcript:
1 Adequate Yearly Progress 2005 Status Report Research, Assessment & Accountability November 2, 2005 Oakland Unified School District
2 Overview of the AYP Components Participation Rate Annual Measurable Objectives API Graduation Rate 2005-2006 Status Report for AYP Components Participation Rate Annual Measurable Objectives API Graduation Rate Program Improvement (PI) Status NCLB Timeline OUSD Program Improvement Schools Celebration of Success Agenda
3 AYP represents the Adequate Yearly Progress a school must make under No Child Left Behind. What is AYP?
4 95% Participation Rate AMOs in ELA and Math API (Californias additional indicator) Graduation rate (High Schools Only) A Y P Four Requirements To Make AYP
5 Requirement 1: Participation Rate 95% of students in grades 2-11 continuously enrolled from the CBEDS date (in October) must take each segment of required assessments; students who enroll prior to the first day of testing must also be tested. Schools and the District must meet participation rates for each numerically significant subgroup (e.g. ethnicity, socioeconomic disadvantaged…) as well as for the school/district as a whole.
6 Requirement 2: Annual Measurable Objectives (AMOs) 2005 AMOs School Level ELAMath Elementary or Middle Schools 24.4 % Proficient 26.5% Proficient High Schools 22.3% Proficient 20.9% Proficient District 23.0% Proficient 23.7% Proficient AMOs represent the percentage of students scoring proficient or above in English- Language Arts and Math. Students must meet or exceed the AMO goals prescribed by the state. The statewide goals are applicable to ALL: –Schools (including alternative and charters) –Subgroups –Districts –States Note: 2005 AMOs represent a significant increase over 2004 targets.
7 Requirement 3: API Other AYP Indicator- API 2004-2005 590 API or 1 Point Growth Schools are required to achieve growth in the API of at least one point from base to growth, OR meet an API status target. The API base for each school is uniquely set by the state. The 2005 API status target for all schools is 590.
8 Requirement 4: Graduation Rate 2005 Graduation Rate Requirement 82.9% High schools must meet the minimum graduation rate (82.9 for 2005) or show improvement of at least 0.1% from the previous year or improvement of 0.2% in the average two-year rate.
9 Overview of the AYP Components Participation Rate Annual Measurable Objectives API Graduation Rate 2005-2006 Status Report for AYP Components Participation Rate Annual Measurable Objectives API Graduation Rate Program Improvement (PI) Status NCLB Timeline OUSD Program Improvement Schools Celebration of Success Agenda
10 Note: Graph excludes charters schools and schools that are not Title I. What percentage of schools met all four AYP requirements? More district schools met all four AYP requirements in 2005 compared to 2004. *Alternative Schools Accountability Model
11 Participation Rates District-wide participation rates for 2005 were about 98% -- up 2 percentage points from 2004 All sub-groups met or exceeded the 95% participation rate requirement OUSD participation rates are comparable to the state (99%), West Contra Costa Unified (98%), and San Francisco Unified (99%) Overall, participation rates were high.
12 Annual Measurable Objectives (AMOs): % Proficient in English-Language Arts, 2005 Percent Proficient or Above District AMO Target=23.0% Four of the 10 NCLB subgroups met or exceeded the AMO target for English- Language Arts.
13 Annual Measurable Objectives (AMOs): % Proficient in Mathematics, 2005 Percent At or Above Proficient District AMO Target=23.7% Eight of the NCLB subgroups met or exceeded the AMO target for Math.
14 Academic Performance Index As a district, OUSD showed significant API Growth last year. However, we still fall behind the State average.
15 API Growth by Subgroup All subgroups witnessed API growth in 2005.
16 California Standards Test Results by Grade Level A primary attribution to increased API growth was the advancement of all grade levels toward proficiency for both ELA and Math on 2005 CSTs.
17 Graduation Rates Graduation rates declined by 6.4% in 2005.
18 Overview of the AYP Components Participation Rate Annual Measurable Objectives API Graduation Rate 2005-2006 Status Report for AYP Components Participation Rate Annual Measurable Objectives API Graduation Rate Program Improvement (PI) Status NCLB Timeline OUSD Program Improvement Schools Celebration of Success Agenda
19 NCLB Program Improvement Timeline Miss AYP Year 1 Year 2: Supplemental Education Services Miss AYP Year 3: Corrective Action Miss AYP Year 4: Restructure (Planning Year) Miss AYP Year 5: Restructure (Implementation Year) Advancement Timeline: Schools and districts exit PI after two consecutive years of meeting AYP requirements. Currently, OUSD is in Year 1 of Program Improvement.
20 Why is OUSD a PI District? 2004 OUSD did not meet the participation rate for students with disabilities. 2005 PI identification rules were modified. OUSD did not make AYP in the same content areas (ELA or Math) for the 6-8 and 10 th grade spans for 2 consecutive years.
21 Met ELA AMO? Met Math AMO? 2004Grades 2-5NoYes Grades 6-8No Grades 10No 2005Grades 2-5NoYes Grades 6-8No Grades 10No Beginning in 2005, a district is identified as PI if it does not make AYP in the same content area (English-language arts [ELA] or mathematics) AND does not meet AYP criteria in the same content area in each grade span (grades two through five, grades six through eight, and grade ten) for two consecutive years. Changes to PI Identification for Districts As a district, OUSD is in Year 1 of Program Improvement.
22 Percentage of OUSD Schools in Program Improvement 37 15 12 22 13 45% of OUSD schools are currently in Program Improvement status. 42 13 12 20 15 Total Number of Schools Excluding Charters: 102
23 SituationsNumber At risk of Entering Year 118* Entered PI Year 111 Maintained at Year 12 Advanced from Year 1 to Year 212 Maintained at Year 21 Advanced from Year 2 to Year 37 Advanced from Year 3 to Year 40 Maintained at Year 42 Advanced from Year 4 to Year 510 Program Improvement Overview In 2006-2007, more OUSD schools could be in Program Improvement status. *8 schools do not have API Growth Rates
24 The Schools At Risk of Entering PI Year 1 At-risk schools with API Growth Rates 1. ASCEND 2. Brewer (Edna) Middle 3. Bunche 4. Far West (Cont.) 5. Hoover Elementary 6. International Community 7. Markham Elementary 8. Merritt Middle College High (Alt) 9. Santa Fe Elementary 10. Emerson Elementary At-risk schools without API Growth Rates (Most are New Schools) 1. Business and Information Technology High 2. East Oakland Community High (EOCH) 3. East Oakland School of the Arts 4. Leadership Preparatory High 5. MetWest High 6. Oakland Community Day High 7. Street Academy (Alter) 8. YES, Youth Empowerment
25 Celebration of Success: Exiting PI Franklin Elementary
26 Celebration of Success: Exiting PI Glenview Elementary
27 Celebration of Success: Exiting PI Laurel Elementary
28 Conclusion As a district we are pleased with the growth achieved in 2004-2005 with all grade levels moving in the direction of proficiency on the California Standards Test. However, we also recognize the work ahead with many schools currently in PI or at risk of entering PI. To proactively improve our schools, we will: Continue refining our system for effectively intervening in schools before they require mandated action based on their Program Improvement status Share best practices from schools that have effectively exited Program Improvement.
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