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PA School Performance Profile
January 13, 2013
Superintendent Advisory Council
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Accessing the Video Segment
• URL: https://vimeo.com/56990872
• Logon: paprofile
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Agenda
• Introduction/Welcome
• PowerPoint Presentation*: Comprehensive Overview
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*Part I School Performance Profile Overview (10 min.) on Vimeo.mp4
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Part II School Performance Profile Landing Page and District Fast Facts (11 min.) on Vimeo.mp4
Part III School Fast Facts (3 minutes) on Vimeo.mp4
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*Part IV Data Elements (25 minutes) on Vimeo.mp4
*Part V View Calculation and Weighting Academic Performance Score (5
minutes) on Vimeo.mp4
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Part VI Compare School Feature (3 minutes) on Vimeo.mp4
Part VII Closing (3 minutes) on Vimeo.mp4
• Review the Handouts:
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Understanding Academic Performance
SPP Timeline
Academic Performance Score Formula
Achievement Gap
Overview of SPP
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Understanding the
Pennsylvania School
Performance Profile
Proposed
Introduction
January 11, 2013
Purpose
The PA School Performance Profile is designed to:
 Provide a building level academic score for teachers
as part of the Educator Effectiveness System
 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
www.education.state.pa.us >
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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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Data
 No new data will be collected
 Baseline year is reported as 2011- 2012 data
 Demonstration site displays 2010 – 2011 data:
14% of schools scored 90 or higher.
64% of schools scored 70 to 89.9
15% of scores are between 60 and 60.9
7% scored below 60
 All data is public
 All data now in a single repository
www.education.state.pa.us >
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Demographic Fast Factsasi
• District and School (Data not used in formula
calculations.)
– Demographics
– Career and Technical Center
– Supporting Intermediate Unit
– Percent Enrollment by Ethnicity (Percentage of enrollment is
listed, but is not in the SPP for calculating academic performance score.
Economics determines factors of student success, not ethnicity.)
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– Percent Enrollment by Historically Low Performing
Students (This group and All Students evaluated in the formula.)
– Link to Supplemental Reports (Ex. Sp. Ed Report)
www.education.state.pa.us >
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Academic Performance Score
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The score for a school is based upon multiple
measures which define high performing schools.
(classroom observations, teacher specific data, elective data, and
building level data) (Educator Effectiveness System Act 82 of
2012; beginning 2013-2014 school year, 15% of each teacher and
principal evaluation – building level data)
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Many data elements are combined to create the
academic score (Derived from the SPP). These
elements are categorized into five areas
shown on
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the next slide. (Refer to Understanding Academic Performance Score Handout.)
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Building Level Score
100% Data Components 100%
• 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 (up to 5%)(Credit for
advanced achievement based upon advanced performance in PSSA and industry
assessments.) (Refer to Understanding Academic Performance Score Handout.)
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Building Level Score
Indicators of Academic Achievement
Indicators of
Academic
Achievement
40%
(n=11 or more)
• PSSA Performance
• Industry Standards-Based
Competency Assessments
• Grade 3 Reading Proficiency
• Advanced Placement
Achievement
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• SAT College Ready
Benchmarks
www.education.state.pa.us >
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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%)
(Refer to Understanding Academic Performance Score
Handout.)
Based upon progress in moving
historically low performing
students to proficiency (defined
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as 100%)
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• 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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(Growth measure is the change of the achievement
level for a group of
students across grades divided by the standard error.)
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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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80
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70
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-3 or lower
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60
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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 Participation
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Other Academic Indicators
• Cohort Graduation Rate (1 to 1 basis Ex. If 92.1, then 92.1)
• Promotion Rate (1 to 1 basis Ex. If 95.6, then 95.6)
• Attendance Rate (1 to 1 basis Ex. If 96.7, then 96.7)
• Advanced Placement (100, 75, 50, 25, 0) or International
Baccalaureate (Maximum Score) or Dual Enrollment
(Maximum Score)
• PSAT Participation
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(12th Grade Cohort; Being reviewed; 2012 – 57.2% took
the PSAT.)
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Building Level Score
Indicators of Academic Achievement
Credit for
Advanced
Achievement
(up to 5%)
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Percent PSSA Advanced – Math
Percent PSSA Advanced – Reading
Percent PSSA Advanced – Science
Percent PSSA Advanced – Writing
Percent Advanced – Industry
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Standards-Based Competency
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Assessments
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School Configurations and Calculations
School Configuration:
• K-8 School
• K-12 School
• Secondary Schools
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• Comprehensive Career and Technology
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Centers (Full Time)
• (Refer to Final Academic Performance Score Calculations.)
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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 5
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points in addition to maximum score)
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Let’s go to the SPP site!
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Demonstration
• Log on to the SPP site:
http://training.paschoolperformance.org
Look at a sample school profile.
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Video Presentations
Vimeo: Data Elements:
• http://files5.pdesas.org/08108314423916203017015309
7005169244000036092102/Download.ashx?hash=2.2
Vimeo:Calculating and Weighting
• http://files5.pdesas.org/16413521002416124312221313
2151097130196212218139/Download.ashx?hash=2.2
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Where the goals reached?
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Do you understand the purpose of the School Performance Profile?
Did you gain background on the proposed SPP website?
Are you able to define data elements to calculate SPP?
Do you understand that data matters? Update EDNA and keep PIMS
correct?
Did you know you will see your SPP prior to going public in April of 2013?
Did you know the SPP is still evolving and is a work in progress?
PDE has developed an easily accessible website that is a fair, comprehensive,
and transparent repository.
SPP materials are being developed for reaching out to your communities to
help support your communication.
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, links2to SPP
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video segments, and archived SPP
webinar.
• Address questions to [email protected]
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