Presentation on theme: "District Assessment & Accountability Data Board of Education Report September 6, 2011 Marsha A. Brown, Director III – Student Services State Testing and."— Presentation transcript:
District Assessment & Accountability Data Board of Education Report September 6, 2011 Marsha A. Brown, Director III – Student Services State Testing and Reporting (STAR) California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE) Academic Performance Index (API) Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP)
2 Agenda California Standards Tests (CST) Results Spring 2011 5-year comparison California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE) Results 10 th Grade 2011 results compared to State results 3-year comparison State Accountability: Academic Performance Index (API) 5-year trend data & growth School performance Federal Accountability: Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) AYP Targets District Performance
3 STAR 2011 Group Performance – California Standards Test (CST)
4 STAR Multi-Year Performance Level Distribution English/Language Arts Mathematics
5 STAR Multi-Year Performance Level Distribution Science Biology
6 STAR Multi-Year Performance Level Distribution HistoryWorld History
11 State Accountability: Academic Performance Index (API) GOAL: All schools and districts will achieve the statewide performance target of 800 or above.
12 State Accountability: Academic Performance Index (API) What is the API? Growth (CST, CMA, CAPA) model Far Below Basic200 Below Basic500 (+300) Basic700 (+200) Proficient875 (+175) Advanced1000 (+125) CAHSEE No Pass200 Pass1000 (+800) What does the API Indicate?
13 Academic Performance Index 2010-11 BASEGROWTH∆ District877881+4 African American743739-4 American Indiann/a Asian912914+2 Filipinon/a Hispanic794787-7 Pacific Islandern/a White898915+17 Socio Economically Disadvantaged798773-25 English Learner836851+15 Special Education653665+12
17 Federal Accountability: Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) GOAL: 100% of all students tested will be proficient in English-Language Arts and Mathematics by 2014.
18 Adequate Yearly Progress There is ONE way to make AYP. District/school and all sub-groups meet all targets There are up to 46 different ways for a school or district to miss AYP. Participation Rate Up to 11 sub-groups in ELA and up to 11 sub-groups in Math for a total of 22 ways Percent Proficient Up to 11 sub-groups in ELA and up to 11 sub-groups in Math for a total of 22 ways API - Additional indicator for AYP Graduation Rate at the high school level
21 Federal Accountability: AYP What is AYP? Status Model Students must reach proficiency How is AYP determined? Elementary & Middle School: STAR in ELA and Math High School: CAHSEE 380 Scaled Score instead of 350 API: Minimum of 680 Graduation Rate: One year delayed
24 Adequate Yearly Progress District met participation rates Percent proficient – did not meet AYP targets in the following subgroups : API – Met Graduation Rate – Met (target: 86.4%) 2009-10 89.66% ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS African American Socio Economically Disadvantaged MATHEMATICS African American Hispanic
25 Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) Summary Albany Unified School District met 30 of 34 AYP criteria Did not make AYP for 2 years in a row (but different subgroups) Two schools (out of five) made AYP Cornell Elementary Marin Elementary
26 Summary CST AUSD continues to be a high-performing district with high-performing schools and students However, over 20% of our students score at Basic or below in ELA and Math That percentage rises in Science and History/Social Science
27 Summary, continued CAHSEE AUSD exceeds the State in CAHSEE passage rates in both ELA and Math Performance fell slightly for all subgroups in ELA in2011 Performance held or increased slightly for all subgroups in Math (except English Learners)
28 Summary, continued API AUSD has shown steady growth for the past three consecutive years, which tapered off slightly for 2011 Many subgroups lost ground in 2011 A few subgroups grew (ELs and Spec Ed) API went up for 4 out of 6 schools
29 Summary, continued AYP AUSD has made small, steady progress in % proficient or above overall Subgroups are showing some gains, some losses (no apparent pattern) Two subgroups met AYP through Safe Harbor Spec Ed in ELA and Mathematics SED in Mathematics One school (AMS) has entered Program Improvement, Year 1