SPF Powerpoint English 2014-15

Report
2014-15 School
Performance
Framework (SPF)
Purpose of SPF
The School Performance Framework (SPF) is a
comprehensive system to help schools focus on
strengths and areas for targeted improvement.
It takes into account a wide range of factors to
give ratings on how well each school supports
student growth and achievement and how well
each school serves its students and families.
What is the SPF?
• DPS launched the SPF in 2008 to help
ensure that all of our schools are places of
academic excellence.
• The SPF is an important tool in measuring
our progress toward achieving our district
vision – EVERY CHILD SUCCEEDS.
Features of SPF
 School Performance Framework captures two
years of data. (New schools only have data for
one year.)
 There is one, common framework for all schools
in DPS: district-run schools, innovation schools
and charter schools.
 A modified framework is utilized for schools in
the district that provide an alternative pathway
for students.
What Does the SPF Measure?
ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT
The levels of student achievement in a school are measured
in many different ways. A few key areas that are measured
include:
– Growth. How much improvement did students at the
school make over the course of the year?
– Status. Are students at the school achieving proficiency
in the content areas tested? What percentage of
students are at or above grade level?
– Achievement Gaps. Are there differences in the level of
achievement of groups of students of different races,
ethnicities, native languages or socio-economic
statuses?
What Does the SPF Measure?
Student Growth
– Growth in Reading, Writing,
Math on TCAP
– Growth in Reading for
young children, grades k-2
on DRA/EDL
– Growth in English
Language proficiency for
English Learners on WiDA
ACCESS
– Growth on Graduation
rates
– Growth on ACT and College
Readiness measures
What Does the SPF Measure?
Status
– Status in Reading, Writing,
Math on TCAP
– Status in Reading for young
children, grades k-2 on
DRA/EDL
– Status in English Language
proficiency for English
Learners on WiDA ACCESS
– Status on Graduation rates
– Status on ACT and College
Readiness measures
What Does the SPF Measure?
Achievement Gaps
– Gaps in Reading, Writing,
Math on TCAP
– Gaps in Reading for
young children in grades
k-2 on DRA/EDL
What Does the SPF Measure?
College and Career Readiness
– Enrollment and
performance in Advanced
Placement, IB and
Concurrent Enrollment
(college level) classes
– ACT Test Scores, both
growth and status
– On-Track to Graduate
(Credits earned on time)
What Does the SPF Measure?
Parent Satisfaction and
Student Engagement
– Parent Satisfaction
Surveys
– Student Satisfaction
Surveys
– Parent Response Rates
– Enrollment Rates
What are SPF Ratings?
Based on the
percentage of
overall points
earned, schools
receive one of
five overall
ratings.
What are SPF Ratings?
Distinguished, 80-100% of
possible points (Blue)
Meets Expectations,
51-79% (Green)
Accredited on Watch,
40-50% (Yellow)
Accredited on Priority
Watch, 34-39% (Orange)
Accredited on Probation,
up to 33% (Red)
Growth Rating
Status
Student Engagement
Parent Satisfaction
Looking Ahead
In order to accelerate our progress and
make sure that all of our students are
successful, we will continue to work and
strive for improvements in:
• Reading, Writing and Mathematics
• More Intervention programs
• Accelerated Reader Program
More Information
• If you would like more detailed
information on the School Performance
Framework or on our school’s SPF rating,
pleas visit http://www.dpsk12.org/SPF
• You may also obtain a copy of our SPF
scorecard on the website or you can pick
one up in our front office.
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