FY15 ASSESSMENT AND ACCOUNTABILITY UPDATE CAO V03

Report
Assessment and
Accountability Update
CAO
September 2014
1
Overview
• FDOE Assessment Updates
• Spring FSA Testing Times and Sessions
• FSA ELA/Writing Field Test
• Materials and Accommodations
• District Diagnostic Updates
• Tested Subjects/Grades
• Testing Windows and Times
• Performance Matters Support
• FDOE Accountability Updates
• Changes
• Decisions
• Timeline
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Administration of Florida
Statewide Assessments
Section 1008.22, F.S., “Student Assessment Program For Public
Schools”, requires the following of
SCHOOL DISTRICTS
• Participation in the assessment program is mandatory for all school
districts
• NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION COMPARISONS.—
Florida school districts shall participate in the administration of the
National Assessment of Educational Progress, or similar national or
international assessments, both for the national sample and for any
state-by-state comparison programs that may be initiated, as directed
by the commissioner.
Administration of Florida
Statewide Assessments
Section 1008.22, F.S., “Student Assessment Program For Public
Schools”, requires the following of
PUBLIC SCHOOLS
• Each public schools shall participate in the statewide, standardized
assessment program in accordance with the assessment & reporting
schedules & recommended technology requirements published by
the Commissioner of Education
• School participation may impact school grade
• School performance results impact school grade and potential
sanctions (e.g. differentiated accountability)
Administration of Florida
Statewide Assessments
Section 1008.22, F.S., “Student Assessment Program For Public Schools”,
requires the following of
STUDENTS
• Participation in the assessment program is mandatory for all students
attending public schools, including adult students seeking a standard high
school diploma under s. 1003.4282, F.S. & students in Department of
Juvenile Justice education programs
• Consequences for non-participation may impact student progression,
graduation eligibility & eligibility for advanced coursework
• Portfolio exception identified in s. 1008.25, F.S., appears limited to the
Grade 3 retention/promotion policy
FSA MATHEMATICS
GRADE
PROPOSED
TIME
NUMBER SESSIONS/
OF
MINUTES/
SESSIONS
DAYS
COMPUTER BASED
IN FY2015
CALCULATOR
3
160 MINUTES
2
2 / 80 / 2
NO
NA
4
160 MINUTES
2
2 / 80 / 2
NO
NA
5
160 MINUTES
2
2 / 80 / 2
YES
NA
6
180 MINUTES
3
3 / 60/ 2
YES
NA
7
180 MINUTES
3
3 / 60/ 2
YES
8
180 MINUTES
3
3 / 60/ 2
YES
ALG 1
180 MINUTES
2
2 / 90/ 2
YES
ALG 2
180 MINUTES
2
2 / 90/ 2
YES
GEOM
180 MINUTES
2
2 / 90/ 2
YES
No calculators
permitted Session
1
ALL SESSIONS ADMINISTERED OVER TWO DAYS
6
FSA English Language Arts
Not Including the Writing Component
GRADE
PROPOSED
TIME
NUMBER
OF
SESSIONS
SESSIONS/
MINUTES/
DAYS
COMPUTER BASED IN
FY2015
3
160 MINUTES
2
2 / 80 / 2
NO
4
160 MINUTES
2
2 / 80 / 2
NO
5
160 MINUTES
2
2 / 80 / 2
YES
6
170 MINUTES
2
2 / 85/ 2
YES
7
170 MINUTES
2
2 / 85/ 2
YES
8
170 MINUTES
2
2 / 85/ 2
YES
9
180 MINUTES
2
2 / 90/ 2
YES
10
180 MINUTES
2
2 / 90/ 2
YES
11
180 MINUTES
2
2 / 90/ 2
YES
ALL SESSIONS ADMINISTERED OVER TWO DAYS
7
FSA English Language Arts
Writing Component
GRADE
PROPOSED
TIME
NUMBER
OF
SESSIONS
SESSIONS/
MINUTES/
DAYS
COMPUTER BASED IN
FY2015
4
90 MINUTES
1
1 / 90 / 1
NO
5
90 MINUTES
1
1 / 90 / 1
YES
6
90 MINUTES
1
1 / 90 / 1
YES
7
90 MINUTES
1
1 / 90 / 1
YES
8
90 MINUTES
1
1 / 90 / 1
YES
9
90 MINUTES
1
1 / 90 / 1
YES
10
90 MINUTES
1
1 / 90 / 1
YES
11
90 MINUTES
1
1 / 90 / 1
YES
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FSA Test Materials (CBT)
Assessment
All Students
Grades 5-11 ELA
Writing Component
Writing Planning Sheet
Grades 5-11 ELA
CBT Worksheet
Headphones
Grades 5-6 Mathematics
CBT Work Folder
Grades 7-8 Mathematics
Algebra 1
Geometry
Algebra 2
CBT Work Folder
Scientific Calculator
(online only, Sessions 2 and 3)
CBT Work Folder
Graphing Calculator
(online only, Session 2)
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FSA ELA/Writing Field Test
• Why?
• Field Testing of prompts for future years
• When?
• Testing - December 1-19
• Who?
• District notified of schools in September
• All tested grades participate
• What?
• 2 prompts, 2 days
• 90 minutes each
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Testing Accommodations
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Accommodations
• Allowable accommodations
• LEP
• ESE
• 504
• Accommodations must be in plan
• Instruction and Assessment
• Must be allowable on test
• Must mirror classroom
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FY2015 Unique Accommodations
• NO FDOE unique accommodations approval process
• All special materials
One-Item-Per-Page, Large Print, Braille and Paper-based Tests
• MUST be ordered on a student by student basis (Process TBD)
• MUST include documentation why the student cannot access
assessments on computer using available accommodations
• Paper-based tests are only appropriate for those students that do
not access any assessments or instruction using a computer
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UPDATES
14
FY2015 Statewide Assessment Update
SECONDARY
• Middle School students enrolled in EOC Course shall NOT
take the grade level statewide assessment
• High School Graduation, Student performance on Statewide
Assessments linked to FY14 expectations
• New concordant scores for Grade 10 ELA and Algebra 1
must be adopted
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FDOE Q & A
• Q: How soon before the bar is raised for 10th grade students?
• A: New proficiency standards will be established after standard
setting activities next summer and State Board adoption of new
cut scores in fall/ winter of 2015.
• Q: Will retained grade 10 students who have not passed FCAT
Reading take both FCAT Retake and Grade 10 FSA ELA?
• A: Yes, The Sheffield Rule
• Q: Will grade 11 students who have not passed FCAT Reading take
both FCAT Retake and Grade 11 FSA ELA?
• A: Yes
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FALL DIAGNOSTIC
17
Breeze Presentation of Diagnostic Procedures in
Performance Matters
• Available Prior to September 18, 2014 LTM/PDD
• Student Procedures
• Teacher (Proctor) Procedures
• Printing Pre-slugged Answer Sheets (Grades 3-4)
• Scoring Scan Sheets on Ricoh
• Reports for Teacher
• Reports for Administrators
• Monthly Webinars
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Secondary: October Diagnostic Assessments
• Monday, October 6, 2014 – Friday, October 31, 2014
• FSA Diagnostics
•
•
•
•
•
20 questions aligned to Scope and Sequence
FSA English Language Arts
FSA ELA Writing Component
FSA Mathematics
Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry
• NGSSS Diagnostics
• 40 questions, same as previous years
• US History, Civics, Biology, Algebra 1, Geometry Retakes
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Secondary: October Diagnostic
Assessments Times and Format
Grade/Course
FSA
Reading
FSA
Writing
FSA
Math
NGSSS
Science
C/P
Approx
Time
C/P
Approx
Time
C/P
Approx
Time
C/P
Approx
Time
6
C
60 mins
C
90 mins
C
60 mins
P
90 mins
7
C
60 mins
C
90 mins
C
60 mins
P
90 mins
8
C
60 mins
C
90 mins
C
60 mins
P
90 mins
9
C
60 mins
C
90 mins
C
60 mins
10
C
60 mins
C
90 mins
C
60 mins
11
C
60 mins
C
90 mins
C
C
C
60 mins
60 mins
60 mins
FSA Algebra 1
FSA Algebra 2
FSA Geometry
NGSSS
Social Studies
C/P
Approx
Time
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Secondary: October Diagnostic
Assessment Times and Format
NGSSS
Reading
Grade/Course
Approx
Time
C
90 MINS
C/P
Approx
Time
C
90 mins
NGSSS
Science
Approx
Time
NGSSS US History
C
90 mins
NGSSS Civics
C
90 mins
C
NGSSS Biology
NGSSS Algebra 1
Retake
NGSSS Geometry
Retake
C/P
C
90 mins
C
90 mins
Approx
Time
NGSSS
Social Studies
C/P
NGSS Reading
Retake
SSS Mathematics
Retake
C/P
NGSSS
Math
90 mins
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Accountability: School Grades
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FY2015 Middle School Grade Model
English/
Lang. Arts
Math
Science
Social
Studies
Acceleration
Performance
(0% to 100%)
Performance
(0% to 100%)
Performance
(0% to 100%)
Performance
(0% to 100%)
Performance
(0% to 100%)
Learning Gains
(0% to 100%)
Learning Gains
(0% to 100%)
Learning Gain of
the Low 25%
(0% to 100%)
Learning Gain of
the Low 25%
(0% to 100%)
Grade based on % of
Total Points earned
• School Grade based on the percentage of total points earned
• Writing is included within the English/Language Arts Components
• Low 25% can include Level 3 students
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FY2015 High School Grade Model
English/
Language Arts
Math
(Algebra 1
Algebra 2
Geometry)
Science
(Biology)
Social Studies
(US History)
Performance
(0% to 100%)
Performance
(0% to 100%)
Performance
(0% to 100%)
Performance
(0% to 100%)
Learning Gains
(0% to 100%)
Learning Gains
(0% to 100%)
Learning Gain of
the Low 25%
(0% to 100%)
Learning Gain of
the Low 25%
(0% to 100%)
Grade based on % of
Total Points earned
Graduation
Rate
Acceleration
Success
Overall, 4-year Percent of students
Graduation
eligible to earn
Rate
college credit
(0% to 100%) through AP, IB, AICE,
dual enrollment or
earning an industry
certification
(0% to 100%)
• School Grade based on the percentage of total points earned
• Writing is included within the English/Language Arts Components
• Low 25% can include Level 3 students
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Key Differences from FY14 to FY15
• English Language Arts
• Includes Writing
• Includes Grades 3-11
• ELL students included after 2 years*
• Lowest 25% may contain Level 3+ (if eligible)
• No Participation component for Acceleration (MS, HS)
• No At-Risk or 5-year Graduation Component
• School Grade based on percentage of total points earned
• No extra weighting or school grade penalties
• Report grades for ALL levels at the same time
*Florida Law, but ESEA waiver requires inclusion after 1 year
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Specific Issues for FY15 School Grades
1. Identifying students in revised acceleration
measures of School Grades (i.e., the denominator)
2. Learning Gains for School Grades
3. Lagged data for High School measures to ensure
summer release
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FDOE Advisory Committees
• Leadership Policy Advisory Committee (LPAC)
• Assessment and Accountability
Advisory Committee (AAAC)
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School Grade Rule Development Timeline
2014-2015 SCHOOL YEAR
SCHOOL
GRADE
ADVISORY
INPUT
AUG
SEPT
SCHOOL
GRADE
PUBLIC
WORKSHOPS
SCHOOL
GRADE
ADVISORY
INPUT
OCT
NOV
DEC
JAN
DRAFT
SCHOOL
GRADE RULE
TO SBOE
FEB
MAR
FSA CUT
SCORES
SUMMER 2015
FSA ADMIN
FIRST TIME
APR
MAY
JUNE
JULY
2015-2016 SCHOOL YEAR
GRADE SCALE
ADVISORY
INPUT
AUG
GRADE SCALE
REACTOR
PANEL
SEPT
GRADE SCALE
PUBLIC
WORKSHOP
OCT
SCHOOL
GRADE SCALE
RULE TO SBOE
NOV
FY2015
SCHOOL
GRADES
REPORTED
DEC
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