CCRPI Presentation - Atlanta Public Schools

Report
College and Career Ready
Performance Index (CCRPI)
The NEW Report Card in Georgia
CONTEXT
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n5hLJDBm2pU
THE UGLY
http://archive.11alive.com/news/article/196909/8/Did-No-Child-Left-Behindlead-to-the-CRCT-cheating-scandal
NCLB Waiver
http://www.timetoast.com/timelines/128365
Georgia’s Application is APPROVED!
APPROVED WAIVERS –
Round 1
APPROVED WAIVERS – Round 2
In Your Folder
1. CCRPI Overview (yellow and pink)
2. CCRPI Indicators (blue and white)
3. CCRPI Reports (ES, MS, & HS)
4. CCRPI Scores - Tables and Charts
5. Graduation Rates (2011-2013)
5. AYP vs. CCRPI
100 points possible!
100 points possible!
60 points
100 points possible!
60 points
25 points
100 points possible!
60 points
25 points
15 points
100 points possible!
60 points
25 points
15 points
up to 10 “bonus” points.
100 points possible!
60 points
25 points
15 points
up to 10 “bonus” points.
New Areas for 2014 –
1 to 5 Star Rating (Poor to Excellent)
ACHIEVEMENT
60 Points!
CONTENT MASTERY (40%)
READINESS
(30%)
GRADUATION
(30%)
Indicators: 10 Points Each
(before weights are calculated)
ACHIEVEMENT
Elementary and Middle
CONTENT MASTERY
Reading
English/ Language Arts
Mathematics
Science
Social Studies
Georgia CRCT
ACHIEVEMENT
High School
CONTENT MASTERY
9th Grade and American Literature
Algebra & Geometry
Physical Science and Biology
U.S. History and Economics
End of Course Tests (EOCTs)
Achievement - Content Mastery
Elementary and Middle School
HIGH SCHOOLS
End of Course Tests
9th Grade / American Lit
Algebra & Geometry
Physical Science and Biology
U.S. History and Economics
Achievement (60 points)
Indicators: Description of what is being
evaluated. Elementary and middle
schools have a total of 14 indicators; high
schools have __.
Achievement (60 points)
Goal: 100% of students to score at
the Meets or Exceeds level.
Achievement (60 points)
Proficiency: 83.9% of elementary
students scored at the Meets or Exceeds
level on ELA (English Language Arts).
Achievement (60 points)
Indicators: Valued at 10 points each
(before weights are applied).
Achievement (60 points)
Points Earned are Cumulative!
Reading Performance - 83.9/10 = 8.4.
Achievement (60 points)
Average Performance
(Points Earned/ Points Possible) (39.5/50) = .79.
Elementary schools earned 79% of the points
possible in this category.
Achievement (60 points)
Average Performance
(Points Earned/ Points Possible) (39.5/50) = .79.
Elementary schools earned 79% of the points
possible in this category.
Achievement (60 points)
This section is actually worth 40% of the entire Achievement component.
Achievement (60 points)
Elementary schools earned 31.6 points for this
section. These points contribute to the total CCRPI
score.
ACHIEVEMENT
Elementary and Middle
READINESS INDICATORS
English Learners
Writing/ Reading Levels
Students with Disabilities
Career Awareness/Career Portfolios
Graduation Plan (IGP)
Student Attendance
Post Readiness Indicators
OTHER ACHIEVEMENT OUTCOMES
Scoring process is the same as before, but some indicators
have a benchmark or expectation < 100%. These benchmarks
are adjusted …schools earn additional points.
Elementary schools earned 22 points for this section.
HIGH SCHOOL READINESS
Pathway Completers
Career Ready Credentials
College-Ready Credentials
Reading/ Writing Levels
Student Attendance
ACHIEVEMENT
Elementary and Middle
Graduation Rate Predictor = Grad Rate
Passing Core Classes AND CRCT
Exceeding CRCT Expectations
Graduation Predictors/ Graduation Rate
Equivalent of Graduation Rate, but at the elementary and
middle school level
Elementary schools earned 16.8 points for this
section.
High School
Graduation Rate
4 Year Graduation Rate
5 Year Graduation Rate
The contributions of the three sections are added
together and multiplied by 60.
Achievement points earned – 42.2 out of 60 possible
points.
Progress = Student Growth!
PROGRESS (25 points)
PROGRESS (25 points)
• Progress is a term used to describe how well students are growing
academically relative to similar achieving students across the State of Georgia.
How Progress is Determined:
1) Students are placed into peer groups (based on previous test scores)
2) Current test scores for each peer group are ranked from 1 -99 (SGPs).
3) The SGPS are rated as low (1-33), typical (34-65), or high (66 – 99)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dyArv7184ZY
Progress Calculations
Step 1: Group Students (Academic Peer Groups)
Rubric is subject to change.
Georgia Student Growth Percentiles
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dyArv7184ZY
High Performing –
Low Growth
Low Performing
High Growth
vs.
John
Step 2: Rank student growth from 1 -99 (using SGPs).
Georgia Department of Education
Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent
All Rights Reserved
Step 3: Rate SGPs as Low, Typical, or High
High Performing –
Low Growth
Low Performing
High Growth
vs.
John
LOW GROWTH
Georgia Department of Education
HIGH GROWTH (counts)
Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent
All Rights Reserved
PROGRESS (25 points)
•
63.7% of students showed growth that was rated by the Georgia
Department of Education as Typical or High (credit-worthy).
ACHIEVEMENT GAP (15 points)
GAP SIZE - Distance between statewide and lowest performing students (bottom
25%)
GAP SIZE
Georgia
Average Student Performance
Average Student Performance
Lowest 25% (School)
Gap Size Scale
0
1
2
3
Extremely
Wide Gap
Wide
Gap
Narrow,
Minimum
Gap
No Gap
(Performing
as well as or
better than
the state)
ACHIEVEMENT GAP (15 points)
GAP SIZE - Distance between statewide and lowest performing students (bottom
25%)
GAP CHANGE
2012
vs.
2013
Gap Change Scale
0
Essentially
no change
(the same
Gap still
exists or has
widened)
1
Has moved in
the right
direction
towards
Minimizing
the Gap
2
Has really
Narrowed
the Gap
3
Has practically
Closed the Gap
(performing as
well as or
above the
State of GA)
CHALLENGE POINTS
CHALLENGE POINTS (up to 10)
Schools Earn Points
Two Areas:
High Performance - Exceeding the Bar Indicators
High Performance of Subgroups - Performance Targets
EXCEEDING THE BAR
½ point each
Subgroup Performance
Subgroup Performance
Eligible for 10 Flags
Earned 2 Flags (or 20%)
Get 20% of the Points!
.20 x 7.3 = 1.5
School Climate
Survey
Results
Discipline
Data
Attendance
Federal
Data
Data
Contact
Dr. Rubye Sullivan
Director of Research and Evaluation
[email protected]
Joy F. Johnson, PhD
Research Associate - Accountability
[email protected]
404-802-1697
Larry Watts
Research Associate
[email protected]
404-802-2709
ACHIEVEMENT
Weighted Point Values of Indicators
60% = 60 points
ES
MS High
Content Mastery = 40% (max of 24 points)
4.8
4.8
3.0
Post Readiness = 30% (max of 18 points)
2.3
3.0
2.25
Graduation / Grad Rate = 30% (max of 18 points)
9.0
9.0 9.0 *
• HS Indicator – 4-Year Grad Rate = 6 pts
5-year Grad rate = 12 pts

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