School Performance Profile Update

Report
Understanding the
Pennsylvania School
Performance Profile
Introduction
Purpose
The PA School Performance Profile is designed to:
 Provide a building level academic score for teachers
as part of the Educator Effectiveness System (15%)
 Inform the public of the performance of each school,
comprehensive career and technical center, cyber
charter and charter school in Pennsylvania
 Provide parents and taxpayers performance
measures for the school/district of residence,
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neighboring schools/districts and schools/districts
across the state
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Purpose
For LEAs, the School Performance
Profile will serve multiple purposes:
 Inform and guide goal setting, resource
allocation, and targets for improved student
achievement
 Communicate performance to various
constituencies
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 Compare performance to other schools
 Encourage implementation of best practice
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Demographic Fast Facts
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• District and School
– Demographics
– Career and Technical Center
– Supporting Intermediate Unit
– Percent Enrollment by Ethnicity
– Percent Enrollment by Historically Low
Performing Students
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– Link to Supplemental Reports
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Academic Performance Score
• The score for a school is based upon
multiple measures which define high
performing schools.
• Many data elements are combined to
create the academic score. These
elements are categorized into five
areas.
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Building Level Score
Data Components
• Indicators of Academic Achievement (40%)
• Indicators of Closing the Achievement Gap – All Students (5%)
Indicators of Closing the Achievement Gap – Historically Low
Performing Students (5%)
• Indicators of Academic Growth – PVAAS (40%)
• Other Academic Indicators (10%)
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• Extra Credit for Advanced Achievement
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Building Level Score
Indicators of Academic Achievement
Indicators of
Academic
Achievement
40%
• PSSA/Keystone Performance
• Industry Standards-Based
Competency Assessments
• Grade 3 Reading Proficiency
• SAT/ACT College Ready
Benchmarks
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Closing the Achievement Gap
Closing the Achievement Gap
Based upon progress in moving
All Students
all students to proficiency
(5%)
(defined as 100%)
Historically Low
Performing Students
(5%)
Based upon progress in moving
historically low performing
students to proficiency (defined
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as 100%)
• Students with Disabilities
• English Language Learners
• Economically Disadvantaged
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Closing the Achievement Gap
Sample Calculation:
• Proficient/Advanced = 40%
• Gap between 40% and 100% is 60%
• Must close one-half of gap over a 6-year
period
• Gap closure = 30% over 6-years
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• Annual goal = 5% per year (cumulative)
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Building Level Score
Indicators of Academic Achievement
Indicators of
Academic
Growth / PVAAS
40%
PVAAS Growth Index
• Math
• Reading
• Science
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• Writing
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Indicators of Academic Growth -PVAAS
Growth Index
3 or higher
Score
100
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90
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70
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-3 or lower
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Building Level Score
Indicators of Academic Achievement
Other Academic
Indicators
10%
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Cohort Graduation Rate
Promotion Rate
Attendance Rate
Advanced Placement or
International Baccalaureate
Diploma, or Dual 1Enrollment
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• PSAT/PLAN Participation
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Building Level Score
Indicators of Academic Achievement
Credit for
Advanced
Achievement
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Percent PSSA Advanced – Math
Percent PSSA Advanced – Reading
Percent PSSA Advanced – Science
Percent PSSA Advanced – Writing
Percent Advanced-Keystone
Percent Advanced – Industry
Standards-Based Competency
Assessments
• 3+ on AP Exams
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Scoring Protocols
• Maximum Overall Score = 100
– Maximum possible points may be reduced
based upon Insufficient Sample or Not
Applicable
• Credit for Advanced Achievement (up to 7
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points in addition to maximum score)
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For More Information
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Face-to-face sessions will provide LEAs with a sound understanding of the SPP,
including the recent changes made in the building level scoring. It is critical that
educators have a deep understanding of the SPP and the elements and factors that
contribute to the score. If you register for a session and the training is rescheduled,
you will be notified via email.
Face to face sessions have a maximum capacity of 75 participants per location.
Registrations will be accepted until capacity is reached.
May 23 - PaTTAN-Harrisburg (On Site)
8:00 - 10:00 - AM Session
To register: http://www.solutionwhere.com/tiu11/cw/showcourse.asp?2255
May 23 - PaTTAN-Harrisburg (On Site)
10:30-12:30 - AM Session
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To register: http://www.solutionwhere.com/tiu11/cw/showcourse.asp?2255
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For More Information
• For more information on the PA School
Performance Profile, log onto
http://www.pdesas.org/ and register as a
member of the PA School Performance
Profile Professional Learning Community
(PLC).
• PLC includes PP, handouts, links1to SPP
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video segments, and archived SPP
webinar.
• Address questions to [email protected]
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