Stickers, Sliders, Gainers Five Performance Levels Far Below Basic (FBB), Below Basic (BB), Basic (B), Proficient (P) Advanced (A) Stickers Students remaining in the same Performance Level, 2010-2011 Sliders Students losing one or more Performance Levels, 2010-2011 Gainers Students gaining one or more Performance Levels, 2010-2011
2 nd Grade English Language Arts FBB= 14 BB = 27 B = 64 PR= 111 AD= 169 Math FBB = 10 BB = 33 B = 36 PR= 119 AD = 186
Adequate Yearly Progress AYP Federal Model--No Child Left Behind Performance Model Measures Percent Proficient Numerically significant student subgroups Targets increase each year until 2014 2010 targets ELA 56.8 Math 47.5 2011 targets ELA 67.6% Math 68.5% 2012 targets ELA 78.4% Math 79%
District ELA Met AYP Criteria Asian White Did not meet AYP Criteria Hispanic English Learners Economically Disadvantaged Students with Disabilities
Program Improvement Program Improvement (PI) is a formal designation for Title l funded schools and local education agencies (LEAs) that do not make AYP for two consecutive years school wide or for any numerically significant subgroups, according to the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB).
Program Improvement This year, the district, as well as Farnham and Sartorette, are in Year 1 PI due to the scores in some of the subgroups.
Program Improvement Under NCLB, PI schools and LEAs are responsible for implementing specific federal and state requirements during each year they are in PI.
Program Improvement Year 1 Requirements Schools –Within three months, revise SPSA based on results of data and needs assessment to incorporate required school improvement components; covers two year period –Implement SPSA –Establish system to continuously monitor school progress
Program Improvement Year 1 Requirements District (LEA) –Provide assistance to PI schools to develop and implement revised SPSA –Provide timely and varied school and student data to sites –Notify parents of PI status –Secure Board approval of revised SPSAs –Complete needs assessment –Review and revise LEA plan and secure Board approval
Next Steps Completion of all requirements for Year I PI Data disaggregation –Site, grade level, subgroups, students Revision of all SPSAs Analysis of benchmark and assessment data Increased accountability Ongoing specific tracking of students throughout year and adjusting instruction –Student by student Targeted interventions and extensions