Presentation on theme: "Federal Accountability AYP Update Accountability TETN June 18, 2009 Shannon Housson and Ester Regalado TEA, Performance Reporting Division."— Presentation transcript:
Federal Accountability AYP Update Accountability TETN June 18, 2009 Shannon Housson and Ester Regalado TEA, Performance Reporting Division
2 2009 AYP Update Key Dates for 2009 AYP Sections from the 2009 AYP Guide: Approved Amendments/AYP Calculations Appendix C: AYP Data Tables including TPM Appendix D: Student category including TPM
3 2009 AYP Update (cont.) 2009 AYP Timeline JuneExpected USDE approval of requested amendments to the 2009 Texas AYP Workbook. June 24th 10:00 p.m. Deadline for the Campus Priority List for the 2% Federal Cap. By June 30thEntire 2009 AYP Guide available on the public website.
4 2009 AYP Update (cont.) 2009 AYP Timeline July 30thTEASE release of confidential unmasked Preliminary 2009 AYP Data & Explanation Tables (will not include the AYP/SIP status labels). August 5thTEASE update of confidential unmasked AYP Data Tables to include the preliminary AYP and SIP status labels. August 6thPublic release of Preliminary 2009 AYP/SIP statuses for all districts and campuses.
5 2009 AYP Update (cont.) 2009 AYP Timeline September 4thAppeals and Federal Cap Exceptions Deadline. DecemberFinal 2009 AYP Status released. Preview of NCLB School Report Card (SRC) data, Part I only. January, 2010 Public release of NCLB SRC.
6 2009 Update: Texas AYP Workbook Amendments Requested 1)Incorporate the Texas Projection Measure (TPM) in AYP evaluations. 2)Remove references to the use of confidence intervals and uniform averaging in small numbers analysis. 3)Provisions for districts impacted by Hurricane Ike: a) A separate Hurricane Ike student group will be created that includes all students enrolled in districts, campuses, and charters who were displaced by Hurricane Ike. This separate student group will be evaluated for participation only. b) School districts or campuses that were closed for ten or more days due to Hurricane Ike and are located in a county designated by FEMA as a disaster area that miss AYP will receive a 2009 AYP status of Not Evaluated.
7 2009 Update: Texas AYP Workbook Amendments Requested (cont.) 4)Request to calculate district performance results based on Texas Education Code 39.072 (d) requirements that allow for the exclusion of certain campus results from the district results. 5)Additional consideration for H1N1 Flu Outbreak: The impact on Participation results due to excessive absences. The impact on Performance due to certain situations stemming from the flu outbreak.
8 2009 AYP Update (cont.) 1) Incorporate the Texas Projection Measure (TPM) in AYP See Sections II: System Overview and Section III: Indicators, Components, Measures, and Standards for information on the AYP calculations. See Section V: Appeals for details on possible appeals.
9 2009 AYP Update (cont.) 2) Remove references to small numbers analysis CI/UA See Section III: Indicators, Components, Measures, and Standards, page 58 for details.
10 2009 AYP Update (cont.) 3-a) Provisions for districts impacted by Hurricane Ike: A separate student group of students displaced by Hurricane Ike. Request denied by the USDE, but recommended the application of a SIP delay provision. See Section V: Appeals, page 75 for details on possible appeals.
11 2009 AYP Update (cont.) 3-b) Provisions for districts impacted by Hurricane Ike: Eligible school districts, charter operators, or campuses that subsequently miss AYP will receive a 2009 AYP status of Not Evaluated. See Section III: Indicators, Components, Measures, and Standards, page 57 for details. See Section V: Appeals, page 75 for details on possible appeals.
12 2009 AYP Update (cont.) 4) Calculate district performance results based on TEC 39.072 (d) allowance for the exclusion of certain campus results from the district results See Section III: Indicators, Components, Measures, and Standards, page 52 for details.
13 2009 AYP Update (cont.) 5) Additional consideration for H1N1 Flu Outbreak Appeals may be granted for Participation results due to excessive absences. Appeals cannot be granted for Performance results based on situations stemming from the flu outbreak. However, a SIP delay provision may be applied. See Section V: Appeals, page 76 for details.
14 2009 AYP Update (cont.) Appendix C: Sample AYP Products (PDF provided) AYP Unmasked Data Table reformatted to include TPM results (pages 106 – 109). AYP Student Data Listings include a new category for Proficient-Due to TPM (pages 118 – 119).
16 2009 AYP Update (cont.) Federal Cap A review of the federal cap process was provided through a district accessible Texas Education Telecommunications Network (TETN) session on May 21, 2009 from 1pm-4pm (Event # 34920). SIP Delay Provision For more information about the School Improvement Program or the implementation of SIP delay provisions, please contact the School Improvement Unit in the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Program Coordination at (512) 463-9374.
17 On Oct 28, 2008, final Title I regulations were issued to strengthen the NCLB Act. The regulations were subsequently reviewed by US Department of Education Secretary Arne Duncan. On April 1, 2009, the Secretary announced his intent to repeal the requirement that a State revise its Accountability Workbook with respect to its definition of adequate yearly progress (AYP) and submit those revisions for peer review. The Secretary supports the provisions in the October 2008 Title I regulations regarding graduation rate. 2010 AYP Preview: Final Title I Regulations
18 AYP Preview: Final Title I Regulations The final Title I regulations contained four items directly related to AYP. No other information has been provided by the USDE at this time. 1)2010 AYP: Peer Review of the Texas AYP Workbook. 2)2010 AYP: Graduation Rate Goals and Targets required. 3)2012 AYP: Disaggregated Cohort Graduation Rate Data to determine AYP. 4) Extended-Year Adjusted Cohort Graduation Rate allowed for evaluation of AYP when available. Intends to Repeal
19 AYP Resources Sections II – V of the 2009 AYP Guide are accessible at http://ritter.tea.state.tx.us/ayp/. Frequently Asked Questions about AYP are available at http://ritter.tea.state.tx.us/ayp/faq/faq.html. U.S. Department of Education information is available at www.ed.gov/nclb/.
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