Accountability SY 2014-2015 Divisions of Assessment, Accountability and School Improvement.

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<p>Slide 1</p> <p>Accountability SY 2014-2015Divisions of Assessment, Accountability and School ImprovementProposed Star Rating and Growth RecommendationsNo Star Rating Calculation for SY1516Allows for resetting the star rating to align to the new standards and new assessmentsNo Star Rating Carryover from SY1213This rating reflects old standards and the old testsCalculate Biennial SGP (Student Growth Percentile)Create Student Growth ReportEquate Smarter Balanced Scores to ISATMaking a clean break and moving forward reset button, starting anew.2Growth for deep dive, please attend the afternoon growth sessionGrowth Review - SGPWith 2015 Smarter Balanced scores, Biennial Student Growth Percentile (SGP) can be calculated for individual reporting purposes onlyPeers are formed based on previous years ISAT math and reading test scoresCorrelation of 0.93 between ISAT reading and ISAT Language UsageSome states have always calculated biennial growth between 8th and 10th grade</p> <p>Technical Challenges4Growth Review - AGPWith 2015 Smarter Balanced scores, Adequate Growth Percentile (AGP) cannot be calculatedIn order to make growth predictions, we first need to understand the probability distribution and growth toward proficiency</p> <p>Technical Challenges5Calculating Biennial SGPPros:Positive Growth (1st through 99th Percentile)Progress Indicator of Idaho Core ImplementationIndependent from Score and Proficiency Level</p> <p>Cons:Challenging Interpretation Possible Misuse of Data due to Missing Year and Changing Assessmentsi.e. Use for Teacher Evaluation, Accountability RatingsPossible Technical Difficultiesi.e. Measurement Bias, Floor Effect, Subject Changes</p> <p>6Calculating and Using Biennial SGP for Star RatingPros:New Star Rating</p> <p>Cons:Biennial Growth for Annual School DeterminationNo AGPExclusion of 3rd and 4th Graders</p> <p>7</p> <p>ExampleProficiency LevelsYearsGradeDecrease in Achievement Level with Constant High GrowthISATSmarter Balanced8School Improvement Status, Priority/Focus/Reward SchoolsSchool Improvement Status RequirementsReward: Top 5% of Title I SchoolsPriority: Bottom 5% of Title I SchoolsFocus: Bottom 10% of Title I Schools</p> <p>Bottom 40% of all schools will submit a Continuous, Rapid, or Turnaround planTop 60% of all schools that miss the AMO Target(s) will write an AMO Continuous plan</p> <p>10Proposed School Improvement Status Identification Process</p> <p>11Other Accountability DiscussionsReview of Other Previous RecommendationsPublish Post Secondary Data on Report CardGraduation Rates, SAT/ACT; Dual Credit/AP, etc.Calculate AMO/AAG Targets based on SY1415 ISAT (Smarter Balanced)Annual Measurable ObjectivesAnnual Achievement Gaps13Proposed SY1415 Testing Grade RecommendationsGrades 3-10 in Math and ELA -This would include a combined score of the computer adaptive test and the performance taskGrade 3-8 and 11 for ISAT-AltGrade 5, 7, for ISAT and ISAT-Alt ScienceEOCs in biology/chemistry</p> <p>14Optional Grade 11 Testing SY1415Grade 11 Smarter BalancedOptional for SY1415College and Career Readiness MeasureCollege Remediation (or not)Peer comparisons across states, not just within IdahoOpportunity for schools to evaluate implementation of standards and preparation of students 15Class of 2017</p> <p>Class of 2018</p> <p>Class of 2019</p> <p>Class of 2020Takes ISAT in 11th grade, no passing requirement</p> <p>Takes ISAT in 11th grade, must pass with 9th grade level</p> <p>Takes ISAT in 11th grade, must pass with 10th grade level</p> <p>Takes ISAT in 11th grade, must pass with 11th grade level*Any student who passes the ISAT in high school at the 11th grade college &amp; career ready level will be exempt from future tests.</p> <p>College &amp; Career Ready Graduation Requirements</p> <p>17Next StepsAppealsParticipation Appeals will occur Oct-Nov 2014 for the required 95% participationAllowable appeals include:Students who enrolled after April 25thForeign Exchange studentsDemographicsAlternate assessment students Grade 11 students who were retaking the ISAT in one or more subject areas (LU, Reading, Math)</p> <p>Summer appeals will return in 201519Next Steps - 2014August Board Meeting for Approval</p> <p>Waiver Addendum (due in early Fall 2014)Star Rating Identification RulesSchool Improvement Status Identification RulesPriority/Focus/Reward School Identification Rules</p> <p>Graduation Rate Goals with Cohort Rate/Targets Setting (August 2014)</p> <p>Achievement Level Setting (October 2014)</p> <p>Next Steps - 2015AMOs/AAGs Targets and Goal Setting (June 2015)Equating Smarter Balanced Scores (July 2015)Appeals (Summer 2015)Release ISAT Scores and ISRs with Growth Reports and Equating Tables (August 2015)Update of Report Card Website to Reflect Accountability Changes (August 2015)</p> <p>21Data ElementsTo reduce the number of summer appeals:Be sure your May and June ISEE uploads are accurate including:Student enrollment/ disenrollmentDual credit coursesGraduation, if possibleProper coding of alternate assessment studentsProper coding of LEP X1 students Correct student demographics</p> <p>22Questions?Angela HemingwayDirector, Assessment and Accountabilityahemingway@sde.idaho.gov</p> <p>Greg AlexanderDirector, Statewide System of Supportgalexander@sde.idaho.gov</p> <p>Ayaka NukuiResearch Analyst, Assessment and Accountabilityanukui@sde.idaho.gov</p>

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