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1 TETN Accountability Update Session November 13, 2008
2 State Accountability Update
3 Recent and Upcoming Events Nov 4TAT list release (TEASE) Nov 6AEIS release (TEASE) Nov 7TAT list release (TEA public website) Nov 20AEIS release (TEA public website) Week of Dec 1PEG release (TEASE) Week of Dec 8School Report Cards (SRCs) release (TEA public website) Dec 11Public Education Grant (PEG) list release (TEA Correspondence Site) December Pocket Edition (public web and print)
6 GPA Indicators & Standards (cont.) GPA Indicators Recommended High School Program (RHSP)/ Distinguished Achievement Program (DAP) >= 80.0% 10 SAT/ACT Results (College Admissions Tests) >= 70.0% and >= 40.0% (new SAT reading & mathematics only) 11 Texas Success Initiative: Higher Education Readiness Component- English Language Arts >= 55% 12 Texas Success Initiative: Higher Education Readiness Component- Mathematics >= 55% Comparable Improvement (campus level only) Reading/ELA Mathematics Top Quartile (top 25%)
7 GPA Acknowledgments At the district level, the number of districts earning acknowledgments increased or remained steady for 13 of the 14 possible acknowledgments. Mathematics TSI is the only one that decreased. The greatest increase for districts is 12% for Commended Performance: Reading/ELA from 25% to 38%. A total of 161 more districts (including 3 under AEA) earned this acknowledgment. The second greatest increase is 10% for Commended Performance: Writing from 30% to 40%. A total of 121 more districts (including 3 under AEA) earned this acknowledgment.
8 GPA Acknowledgments (cont.) At the campus level, the number of campuses earning acknowledgments increased or remained steady for 12 of the 14 GPA indicators. The two indicators that decreased are Comparable Improvement: Reading/ELA (27 fewer campuses) and TSI Mathematics (30 fewer campuses). The greatest increase for campuses is 8% for Commended Performance: Science from 21% to 29%. A total of 703 more campuses (including 3 under AEA) earned this acknowledgment.
9 AEA GPA AEA campuses and charters were first evaluated on GPA indicators in Only the All Students group is evaluated; student groups are not evaluated separately. There are 12 AEA GPA indicators. The two Comparable Improvement indicators are not evaluated for AEA GPA. An Attendance Rate standard of 95.0% is applied to all AECs and charters under AEA GPA. The percentages of AECs and charters earning GPAs are smaller than their counterparts evaluated under standard procedures. Among AEA charters, the GPA earned most often is the RHSP/DAP (21.1%). The GPA earned most often by AECs is Attendance Rate (20.5%).
10 Technical Assistance Teams (TAT)
11 Technical Assistance Teams (TAT) For , there are 292 unique districts with one or more campuses on the TAT list compared to the 395 unique districts for the prior year. Most districts (71%) have only one campus on the list. Dallas ISD has the most campuses of any single district with 27. Houston ISD has the second most with 21. The most common campus type on the list is Secondary representing 54% of all campuses listed (among the Both, Elementary, Middle School, and Secondary categories). The TAT list has 510 campuses with no waivers. This is a reduction of 367 campuses from the prior year.
12 TAT Campus Identification A campus is included on the TAT list if the following conditions occur: o The campus was rated Academically Acceptable (under standard procedures) or AEA: Academically Acceptable (under AEA procedures); and o The performance does not meet the 2009 for AA or AEA: AA accountability standards; or o The campus avoided being rated AU or AEA: AU in 2008 due to the School Leaver Provision.
13 TAT Campus Identification cont. A waiver is based on a three-year average improvement calculation compared to the improvement needed to meet the standard for the upcoming school year. However, for the TAT list there will be no waivers granted under standard or AEA procedures. TAKS performance prior to cannot be recalculated with grade 8 science and TAKS (Accommodated) results; therefore, the waiver calculation cannot be constructed using comparable data.
14 Requirements for Campuses Identified The commissioner is required to select and assign a technical assistance team to assist an identified TAT campus with executing a school improvement plan and any other school improvement strategies the commissioner determines as appropriate. The TAT team shall be composed of members of the campus-level planning and decision making committee. The team shall also include a member with the knowledge and ability to provide technical assistance in the subject area(s) requiring improvement.
15 Requirements for Campuses Identified The commissioner will review and approve the final membership of a TAT assigned. A form for the submission of proposed TAT membership is located at For districts with one or more TAT campuses, the form must be submitted to the TEA, Division of Program Monitoring and Interventions, through the TEASE Intervention Stage and Activity Manager (ISAM) no later than December 1, If a campus intervention team (CIT) remains in place for a campus formerly rated Academically Unacceptable but now rated Academically Acceptable, a TAT will not be assigned.
16 TAT Methodology In 2009, TAKS will include the same TAKS (Accommodated) results as were used in 2008: science (English) for grades 5, 8, 10, & 11; science (Spanish) for grade 5; social studies for grades 8, 10, & 11; English language arts (ELA) for grade 11; and mathematics for grade 11. The TAT list utilizes and TAKS results. The TAKS performance indicators have been recalculated to include grade 8 science and the TAKS (Accommodated) results. Campuses that meet the 2009 accountability standards using the Exception Provision or Required Improvement are not included on the TAT list.
17 Contacts Contact Performance Reporting at (512) or for questions regarding TAT identification methodology. Contact Program Monitoring and Interventions (PMI) at (512) or for questions regarding intervention requirements for TAT
Academic Excellence Indicator System (AEIS)
19 November 6 TEASE release Two notifications were sent November 6, 2008 to district superintendents and ESC directors. Unlike other accountability reports on TEASE, the AEIS reports are not confidential because data are masked to protect the anonymity of individual student performance results. Therefore, these reports are ready to be disseminated to the public. Note that the 90-day timeline for holding a hearing for public discussion and publishing your reports began as soon as the reports were released November 6th.
20 District Responsibilities PUBLISHING MUST publish: performance and profile sections of district and campus AEIS reports MAY publish: Glossary (Note: Spanish language translation of the Glossary will be available January 2009) MUST ADD and publish: o Campus performance objectives o Report of violent or criminal incidents o Information from THECB about performance of students in postsecondary institutions
21 District Responsibilities (cont.) HEARING FOR PUBLIC DISCUSSION Must be held within 90 calendar days after the November 6th TEASE release. District winter break days do not count towards the 90 days. Within 2 weeks after the hearing, the AEIS report must be disseminated.
22 District Responsibilities (cont.) DISSEMINATION OF THE REPORT May be accomplished by: Directing readers to copies of the reports located on the districts website (preferred). Directing readers to the TEA AEIS website. Through mailouts. By posting the report in public places.
23 District Responsibilities (cont.) AEIS AND THE DISTRICT WEBSITE TEC requires districts with websites to post the most current accountability ratings, Academic Excellence Indicator System (AEIS) reports, and School Report Cards (SRC) not later than the 10th day after the first day of instruction of each school year. There is no requirement in this statute that district websites must be updated with new AEIS reports after the 10th instructional day. However, districts are encouraged to do so. See our FAQ about this requirement at:
24 Changes to AEIS TAKS (Accommodated) Evaluates performance on the following subjects and grades: Science (grades 5, 8, 10, & 11) Science (grade 5 Spanish) Social Studies (grades 8, 10, & 11) English Language Arts (grade 11) Mathematics (grade 11) This affects the following indicators on the AEIS report: TAKS Met 2008 Standard, shown by grade TAKS Met 2008 Standard, shown summed across grades TAKS Commended Performance Texas Success Initiative (both ELA and mathematics) Comparable Improvement (grade 11 only)
25 Changes to AEIS (cont.) TAKS 2010 Preview Includes performance on all TAKS (Accommodated) tests, in all subjects, all grades. Only 2008 is available for preview, because TAKS (Accommodated) tests were first administered to all grades and subjects in Grade 8 Science TAKS Grade 8 science results are based on the 2008 student passing standardPanel Recommendation (PR). Grade 8 science results are shown by grade, and are included in the summed across grade accountability indicators and the Commended Performance results.
26 Changes to AEIS (cont.) Participation TAKS-M Only has been added to the Tested subsection, and SDAA II has been deleted. ARD Exempt has been deleted from the Not Tested subsection. Student Success Initiative – Grade is the first year for the student success initiative for grade 8. TAKS grade 8 reading and mathematics performance is included in this indicator. Only one year is available, for the first two measures: (1) Students Requiring Accelerated Instruction, and (2) TAKS Cumulative Met Standard.
27 Changes to AEIS (cont.) Student Success Initiative – Grades 3 and 5 For the TAKS Met Standard (Failed in Previous Years) indicator, only 2008 results for students who failed in 2007 will be shown. The 2007 results for students failed in 2006 are not directly comparable to the 2008 results since the 2007 results include both TAKS and SDAA II and the 2008 results only include TAKS.
28 Changes to AEIS (cont.) English Language Learners Progress Measure For 2008, the RPTE has been replaced by the Texas English Language Proficiency Assessment System (TELPAS). Because two years of comparable assessment data are not yet available, the ELL progress measure cannot be computed in A progress measure based on two years of TELPAS results will be reported for the first time on the 2009 AEIS reports.
29 Changes to AEIS (cont.) TAKS-M TAKS-M results will be reported at the state level only in Since TAKS-M was only given in reading, mathematics, and science at grades 3-8 and 10, all grades and subjects are not available to be reported at the district and campus levels until TAKS-M state results can be accessed online via an embedded hyperlink on the HTML version of the state AEIS report, similar to the existing link to Performance of Mobile Students.
30 Changes to AEIS (cont.) TAKS-Alt TAKS-Alt performance results will not be incorporated in the 2008 AEIS reports. TAKS-Alt will continue to be included in the participation data reported on the AEIS reports. TAKS-Alt performance will be reported at the district and campus levels in 2009 in coordination with the TAKS-M results.
31 November 20 Public Release Includes TEASE products such as district and campus AEIS reports, Comparable Improvement (CI) reports, and Guidelines. ADDS: Region reports State report A separate report of how mobile students performed (state- level only) A separate report of how TAKS-M students performed (state- level only) Data download (includes a masking explanation) Additional CI information Multi-Year data Links to prior-year reports Links to grade level Progress of Prior Year Failers Glossary
School Report Cards
33 Overview The School Report Card (SRC) contains a subset of the performance, staff, and financial data in the AEIS reports. As required by statute, these report cards must be disseminated to the parent, guardian, conservator, or other person having lawful control of each student at the campus.
34 District Responsibilities Districts must provide SRCs to their campuses. Must be disseminated to parents within six weeks after districts are notified by TEA. The district winter break does not count toward the six-week period. There are various ways to achieve the distribution requirements (see TAC ). Supplemental materials are provided by TEA o Sample cover letters to parents (English and Spanish) o Definitions (English and, as soon as available, Spanish)
35 Delivery & Notification from TEA A website release only. Paper copies not mailed. Web products are accessible through the AEIS site. There wont be a separate TEASE release. Target release date is the week of December 8. Superintendents and principals will be notified of availability via .
Public Education Grant (PEG) Program
37 Overview A statutorily-mandated program of school choice (TEC Ch. 29, Subchapter G, Statute addresses campus identification, funding issues, and student eligibility issues.
38 Criteria Partially aligned with accountability ratings, but not aligned with the state system, AYP, or the TAT list. PEG criteria are more rigorous on the evaluation of science results than the state standards. There is a three year moving time frame, so even improved schools stay on the list if they were AU in any of the prior three years. The number of campuses anticipated this year is expected to be similar to last year. Last year there were 404 schools identified.
39 Calendar and Notification Planned release date is the week of December 1 via TEASE to all districts with one or more campuses on the list. List will be posted to agency website on December 11. An online FAQ is available through the Division of Performance Reporting Resources link
40 District Responsibilities Statute requires that districts notify parents of the list by February 1, The PEG list is based on 2006, 2007, and 2008 performance, but is effective for the school year.
AEA Campus Registration Process The 2009 AEA campus registration process was conducted online using the TEASE Accountability website. The 2009 AEA campus registration process was opened initially from September Due to Hurricane Ike, the AEA campus registration process was extended to October 31, On November 5, 2008, response s were sent to campuses that submitted rescission and/or registration forms. All 2009 AEA campus registration forms submitted were approved.
Registered AEC List The 2009 Registered AEC List is available on the AEA website at An Excel version of the 2009 Registered AEC List, sorted by ESC region, will be ed to ESC Accountability Contacts later this week. This list may be used as a reference when working with AECs in reporting accurate at-risk data in the PEIMS fall submission.
AEA At-Risk Registration Criterion Each registered AEC must have at least 75% at-risk student enrollment or be eligible to use either the Prior-Year PEIMS At-Risk Data or New Campus safeguard to be evaluated under 2009 AEA procedures and receive an AEA rating on July 31, At-risk enrollment is verified through PEIMS fall enrollment data. In April after the at-risk registration criterion is applied, the Final 2009 Registered AEC List will be developed and posted on the AEA website in May This list will contain the AECs that will receive a 2009 AEA rating. After the Final 2009 Registered AEC List is developed, the list of charter operators that will be rated under 2009 AEA procedures will be posted on the AEA website in May 2009.
45 Federal Accountability Update
AYP State Summary Results District Results AYP Status Final 2007 Results Preliminary 2008 Results Meets AYP1,06987%81666% Missed AYP13611%39932% Not Evaluated171%141% TOTAL1,222100%1,229100%
AYP State Summary Results Campus Results (Regular and Charter) AYP Status Final 2007 Results Preliminary 2008 Results Meets AYP6,44780%6,12275% Missed AYP6648%1,16014% Not Evaluated95012%91311% TOTAL8,061100%8,195100%
SIP Results based on 2008 AYP District Results SIP Stage Identification Final 2007 Results Preliminary 2008 Results Stage 13153%5053% Stage 22747%2729% Stage 300%1718% TOTAL58100%94100%
SIP Results based on 2008 AYP Campus Results (Regular and Charter) SIP Stage Identification Final 2007 Results Preliminary 2008 Results Stage %15142% Stage 29333%7822% Stage 34617%7020% Stage 4228%3710% Stage 521%216% TOTAL278100%357100%
AYP State Summary Results Of those missing AYP, 18% (71)of districts and 1% (13) of campuses missed AYP solely due to the 1% and/or 2% caps in compared to 32% of districts and 11% of campuses in A total of 498 campuses missed the Mathematics Performance indicator, the largest category that failed to Meet AYP standards.
51 Schedule for 2008 AYP Appeals and Final Release October 10: Districts were notified of their AYP results via the TEASE Accountability web application. October 14: Public release of Preliminary AYP results. October 24: Appeals deadline (must be postmarked by this date). Mid-December: Districts will receive their appeal decision notification letters and TEA will release final 2008 results updated with the results of appeals.
AYP Appeals A total of 126 School Districts have submitted Appeals This represents 270 total AYP appeals: 78 School District appeals Of the 78 district appeals, over 50 address the requirements of the Texas AYP Workbook 196 Campus level appeals
53 General Considerations for AYP Appeals Appeals are not a data correction opportunity. Appeals are not considered for areas where a district/campus Met AYP or was Not Evaluated. Appeals are considered for areas where AYP was missed, even if the result would mean the district/campus still misses AYP overall. Appeals are considered for data relevant to the 2008 AYP result, and are not considered for data reported in the prior year for Performance, Participation, Graduation Rate measures.
54 General Considerations for AYP Appeals (cont.) Appeal of the USDE approved Texas AYP Workbook requirements, including the performance or participation indicators based on the results of TAKS-Modified (TAKS- M), TAKS-Alternate (TAKS-Alt), or TELPAS Reading are not favorable for appeal. Appeals related to the Federal Cap, Campus Rankings, or to the performance results due to the federal caps are not considered. Graduation Rate Appeals based on the State Accountability School Leaver Provision or the use of the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) dropout definition cannot be considered.
55 General Considerations for AYP Appeals (cont.) Appeals to the AYP Graduation Rate indicator include those: Based on recent immigrant students in U.S. schools for one year or less with limited English proficiency (LEP), or Based on students served by special education with individualized education programs (IEPs) indicating 5-year (or longer) graduation plans. Appeal packet must include sufficient documentation for students developed in their earliest years of inclusion in the Class of 2007 cohort. Students served in special education programs with IEPs developed during their fourth year (or Grade 12) of the longitudinal cohort will not be favorable for appeal.
AYP Exceptions Process School districts registered in the RF Tracker system and school districts with RDSPD that are included in the Directory for Services for the Deaf in Texas were automatically applied an exception to the 1% cap. The federal cap applied to proficient TAKS-Alt results was extended to include an additional number of students up to the statewide 1% cap limit. The statewide 1% cap limit was sufficient to allow every school districts with an exception to include all TAKS-Alt passing students as proficient for AYP (in effect, remove the 1% cap).
AYP Other Circumstance Exceptions Other circumstance exceptions were allowable and were submitted as a regular appeal through the online system. The approval of school district requests for exceptions to the federal cap is based on the availability of statewide slots within the cap that allow the state to maintain a 1% cap limit on proficient results from TAKS-Alt.
AYP Preview AYP Performance Standards increase to 67% in Reading/English language arts 58% in Mathematics No changes to the state assessments used to evaluate AYP are anticipated in The Federal Cap process will be reviewed/discussed with advisory groups, such as the Title I Committee of Practitioners (COP), to determine if any changes are necessary for AYP Growth Proposal to the USDE and Final Title I Federal Regulation may require changes to the 2009 AYP calculations.
Preview: AYP Growth Proposal October 15, 2008 Texas submits a proposal to use a growth model for determining whether schools, school districts, and the state Meet AYP for the school year. The proposal may be access at the TEA Student Assessment website: October 29, 2008 Texas receives a response from the USDE on the initial review of the AYP growth proposal. November 12, 2008 Texas provides responses to the initial review, which may be accessed from the TEA Student Assessment website.
Preview: AYP Growth Proposal (cont.) Growth Proposal Abstract Students 2009 Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills (TAKS), TAKS (Accommodated), and LAT scores in both reading/English language arts and mathematics and campus- level mean scores in these subjects will be used to predict their performance. Students who are predicted to meet proficiency will be counted in the numerator of the AYP percent proficiency calculation along with students meeting the standard, and this new percent would be compared with the AYP targets to determine if the performance standard for percent proficient is met.
61 AYP Preview: Final Title I Regulations On Oct 28, 2008, Secretary Spellings announced final Title I regulations to strengthen the NCLB Act that cover three areas: Accountability, Assessments, and Transparency A Uniform, Comparable Graduation Rate Proposed Regulations for Public School Choice and Supplemental Educational Services See Final Regulations for Title I Fact Sheets and Summary at
62 AYP Preview: Final Title I Regulations (cont.) Regulations directly related to AYP: Accountability, Assessments, and Transparency Minimum Subgroup Size and Inclusion of Students in Accountability Peer Review of the Title I Accountability Workbook Submit for approval in time for 2010 AYP. Requirements for the Title I Accountability Workbook Explain the minimum group size and other components of its AYP definition interact to provide statistically reliable information while,
63 AYP Preview: Final Title I Regulations (cont.) Regulations directly related to AYP: Accountability, Assessments, and Transparency Requirements for the Title I Accountability Workbook (cont.) Ensuring that the maximum inclusion of all students and student subgroups in AYP determinations; Include the number and percentage of students and subgroups excluded from school-level accountability determinations.
64 AYP Preview: Final Title I Regulations (cont.) Regulations directly related to AYP: Accountability, Assessments, and Transparency National Technical Advisory Council (National TAC) National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) Data on State and District Report Cards State, district and school Report Card information must include NAEP
65 AYP Preview: Final Title I Regulations (cont.) Regulations directly related to AYP: A Uniform, Comparable Graduation Rate Timeline to Implement the Four-year Adjusted Cohort Graduation Rate Report the Four-year Adjusted Cohort Graduation Rate by 2011 AYP; Use for AYP decisions in 2012 AYP. Option to Use an Extended-Year Adjusted Cohort Graduation Rate or Rates Permit states to propose one or more extended-year adjusted cohort graduation rates.
66 AYP Preview: Final Title I Regulations (cont.) Regulations directly related to AYP: A Uniform, Comparable Graduation Rate Graduation Rate Goal, Targets, and AYP Set a state graduation rate goal and requirement for continuous improvement from the prior year toward meeting that goal; Submit for Peer Review and approval.
67 AYP Preview: Final Title I Regulations (cont.) Regulations directly related to AYP: A Uniform, Comparable Graduation Rate Disaggregating Graduation Rate Data Report the four-year adjusted cohort graduation rate or a transitional graduation rate reported for school, district, and state levels by student groups prior to school year 2010–11; States report the four-year adjusted cohort graduation rate by the 2010–11 school year; and Use the cohort graduation rate by student group in 2012 AYP results.
Assessments Used for State and Federal Accountability
69 TAKS StateFederal Reading/ELA (grades 3 – 8 and 10) Reading (grades 3 – 6 Spanish) Mathematics (grades 3 – 8 and 10) Mathematics (grades 3 – 6 Spanish) Use in State RatingsUse in AYP Reading/ELA (grades 9 and 11) Mathematics (grades 9 and 11) Writing (grades 4 and 7) Writing (grade 4 Spanish) Science (grades 5, 8, 10, and 11) Science (grade 5 Spanish) Social Studies (grades 8, 10, and 11) Use in State Ratings Not used in AYP
70 TAKS (Accommodated) StateFederal Reading/ELA (grades 3 – 8 and 10) Reading (grades 3 – 6 Spanish) Mathematics (grades 3 – 8 and 10) Mathematics (grades 3 – 6 Spanish) Report Only Indicator in AEIS (2010 Preview)/ Not used in State Ratings Use in AYP Reading (grade 9) Mathematics (grade 9) Writing (grades 4 and 7) Writing (grade 4 Spanish) Report Only Indicator in AEIS (2010 Preview)/ Not used in State Ratings Not used in AYP ELA (grade 11) Mathematics (grade 11) Science (grades 5, 8, 10, and 11) Science (grade 5 Spanish) Social Studies (grades 8, 10, and 11) Use in State Ratings Not used in AYP
71 TAKS-Modified (TAKS-M) StateFederal Reading/ELA (grades 3 – 8 and 10) Mathematics (grades 3 – 8 and 10) Report only Indicator in AEIS (State Level only) / Not used in State Ratings Use in AYP Reading (grade 9) ELA (grade 11) Mathematics (grades 9 and 11) Writing (grades 4 and 7) Science (grades 5, 8, 10, and 11) Social Studies (grades, 8, 10, and 11) Report only Indicator in AEIS (2009) / Not used in State Ratings Not used in AYP
72 TAKS-Alternate (TAKS-Alt) StateFederal Reading/ELA (grades 3 – 8 and 10) Mathematics (grades 3 – 8 and 10) Report only Indicator in AEIS (2009)/ Not used in State Ratings Use in AYP Reading (grade 9) ELA (grade 11) Mathematics (grades 9 and 11) Writing (grades 4 and 7) Science (grades 5, 8, 10 and 11) Social Studies (grades 8, 10, and 11) Report only Indicator in AEIS (2009)/ Not Used in State Ratings Not used in AYP
73 LAT Administrations of TAKS StateFederal Reading/ELA (grades 3 – 8 and 10) Reading (grades 3 – 6 Spanish) Mathematics (grades 3 – 8 and 10) Mathematics (grades 3 – 6 Spanish) Not Reported in AEIS/ Not used in State Ratings Use in AYP Science (grades 5, 8, 10, and 11) Science (grade 5 Spanish) Not Reported in AEIS/ Not used in State Ratings Not used in AYP
74 LAT Administrations of TAKS-M StateFederal Reading/ELA (grades 3 – 8 and 10) Mathematics (grades 3 – 8 and 10) Not Reported in AEIS/ Not used in State Ratings Use in AYP Science (grades 5, 8, 10, and 11) Not Reported in AEIS/ Not used in State Ratings Not used in AYP
75 TELPAS StateFederal TELPAS Reading (grades 3 – 8 and 10) Report only as a Component of ELL Indicator in AEIS (2009)/ Not Used in State Ratings Use in AYP (for students in their first year of enrollment in U.S. schools) TELPAS Reading (grades 2, 9, 11, & 12) Report only as a Component of ELL Indicator in AEIS (2009)/ Not Used in State Ratings Not used in AYP
76 TETN Accountability Update Sessions 2009 Tentative Schedule and Agenda Topics February 19 Update on Accountability Development April 23Accountability Decisions for 2009 and Beyond June 18 Accountability Manuals – State and AYP August 20 Accountability Results for 2009 November 19 Accountability Ratings Update Gold Performance Acknowledgments AEIS Reports School Report Cards PEG List
77 Accountability Resources the Division of Performance Reporting at Phone the Division of Performance Reporting at (512) ESC Accountability Contacts. Online: ACCT: AEA: AYP: