District  Report  Card  

Lorain  City  Schools  

September  13,  2012  

How  Ohio  Schools  Receive  Ra@ngs  
Ohio’s  Accountability  System  
 
 

State  Indicators  

 

 

Performance  Index  

 

 

 

 

Value-­‐Added  Measures  

Adequate  Yearly  Progress  

 

 

State  Indicators  
Mee@ng  or  exceeding  the  state  percentage  goal  on…  
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Reading  Tests  (OAA/OGT)  
 
Math  Assessments  (OAA/OGT)  
Science  Assessments  (OAA/OGT)  
Social  Studies  Assessments  (OAA/OGT)
WriAng  Assessments  (OAA/OGT)  
GraduaAon  Rate  (90%)  
 
AGendance  Rate  (93%)  
 
 
 
 
 
 

 8  Grade  Levels  
 8  Grade  Levels  
 4  Grade  Levels  
 2  Grade  Levels  
 2  Grade  Levels  
 1  Indicator      
 1  Indicator    
 26  Indicators  

Performance  Index  
This  measure  rewards  the  achievement  of  every  student.  
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Each  student  scores  Advanced,  Accelerated,  Proficient,  Basic  or  
Limited.  
l    Advanced
 1.2  Points  
l    Accelerated  
 1.1  Points  
l    Proficient  
 1.0  Point  
l    Basic
 
 0.6  Point  
l    Limited  
 0.3  Point  
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     Untested

 0  Points  

Performance  Index  from  2011-­‐2012  

Value-­‐Added  Measures  
This  measure  reflects  how  much  progress  was  made  since  the  
previous  assessment.  
This  value  is  calculated  for  
districts  and  schools  with  grades  
4-­‐8  in  reading  and  mathemaAcs.  
It  measures  whether  or  not  
students  made  a  year’s  worth  of  
academic  growth  from  one  year  
to  the  next.  

Progress  vs.  Proficiency  

One  Year’s  Growth  

Four  Components  for  AYP  

Reading  

AVendance  

Mathema@cs  

Gradua@on  

AYP  Targets  for  2011-­‐2012  
Math

2006-07

2007-10

2010-11

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

3

60.6%

68.5%

76.4%

84.2%

92.1%

100.0%

4

67.1%

73.7%

80.3%

86.8%

93.4%

100.0%

5

49.6%

59.7%

69.8%

79.8%

89.9%

100.0%

6

55.1%

64.1%

73.1%

82.1%

91.0%

100.0%

7

47.3%

57.8%

68.4%

78.9%

89.5%

100.0%

8

47.5%

58.0%

68.5%

79.0%

89.5%

100.0%

OGT

60.0%

68.0%

76.0%

84.0%

92.0%

100.0%

Reading

2006-07

2007-10

2010-11

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

3

71.2%

77.0%

82.7%

88.5%

94.2%

100.0%

4

68.3%

74.6%

81.0%

87.3%

93.7%

100.0%

5

68.3%

74.6%

81.0%

87.3%

93.7%

100.0%

6

75.8%

80.6%

85.5%

90.3%

95.2%

100.0%

7

68.6%

74.9%

81.2%

87.4%

93.7%

100.0%

8

73.8%

79.0%

84.3%

89.5%

94.8%

100.0%

OGT

71.8%

77.4%

83.1%

88.7%

94.4%

100.0%

How  to  Meet  AYP  
l  Current  Year  Results  (%  on  last  slide)  
l  Two-­‐Year  Combined  Results  
l  Safe  Harbor  
l  Growth  Model  

Results  in  2  Ra@ngs  

State  

Federal  

Excellent  with  DisAncAon  

 

Excellent  

Met  

EffecAve  

 

ConAnuous  Improvement  

Not  Met  

Academic  Watch  

 

Academic  Emergency  

 

Performance  Index  Across  School  Years  

78.6 78.1

80

78.7

2012*

68.6

82.3 80.6
77.8
75.8 77.7 78.1

2011

80

76.7

2009

100

2003

120

60
40
20
2010

2008

2007

2006

2005

2004

2002

2001

0

2009

9 1.5 9 3 .0

9 2 .1

2012*

9 1.7

2011

9 1.2

2010

9 2 .7

2008

2006

9 2 .5 9 2 .8

2005

2004

9 1.7 9 2 .2

2003

2002

2001

9 0 .5 9 0 .6 9 0 .6

2000

8 8 .9

1999

100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0

2007

AVendance  Rates  Across  School  Years  

Gradua@on  Rates  Across  School  Years  
8 5.9

8 1.4 8 2 .7

8 8 .1
76 .6

76

8 0 .8
75.9 78 .5

8 4 .7

8 0 .7

2012*

2011

2010

2009

2008

2007

2006

2005

2004

2003

2002

2001

2000

1999

1998

79 .6
6 4 .8

6 2 .9 6 0 .4 6 3 .3 6 3

1997

57.3

1996

100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0

*    The  2011-­‐2012  school  year  is  the  first  one  for  which  the  new  Four-­‐Year  Adjusted  Cohort  Gradua?on  Rate,  mandated  for  all  states  by  the  
United  States  Department  of  Educa?on,  is  being  used  to  evaluate  LEAs  and  buildings.    This  rate  includes  as  graduates  only  those  students  
who  earn  a  diploma  within  four  years  of  entering  the  9th  grade  for  the  first  ?me.    

School  Readiness  v.  Current  Reading  Score  

61.7

Cohort
Bands  1-­‐2  (0-­‐23)

59.1

-­‐75.8

-­‐79.8

-­‐77.7

-­‐82.6

-­‐81

-­‐87
11-­‐12

Current  Grade  3

13

KRA-­‐L  2008-­‐2009

19

Current  Grade  4

17.4

KRA-­‐L  2007-­‐2008

22.3

Current  Grade  5

20.2

10-­‐11

Band  3  (24-­‐29)

24.2

09-­‐10

52.4

KRA-­‐L  2006-­‐2007

Current  Grade  6

KRA-­‐L  2005-­‐2006

100
80
67.5
60
40
21.2
20
0
-­‐20
-­‐40
-­‐60
-­‐80
-­‐78.8
-­‐100

Tes@ng  Achievement  Over  Time  
100

50

0

05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10 10-11 11-12

KRA-L

21.2

24.2

20.2

22.3

17.4

19

13

OAA 6

71.3

64.7

63.2

62.7

64.7

68.7

67.5

OGT 10

80.6

78.5

76.8

70.5

67.8

76.6

71.7

Free/Reduced

72.5

75.9

81.2

81.2

80.9

83.3

84.8

State  Average  KRAL  (37%  -­‐  41%)  

Ac@on  Plan  

Increasing  Student  Achievement
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Teachers  supporAng  teachers  in  classrooms  to  improve  
instrucAon  for  students  
Teacher  Based  Teams/Building  Leadership  Teams  –  
Improving  student  achievement  using  data  based  decisions  
Race  to  the  Top(ROT)  –  Prepares  teachers  and  students  for  
the  new  Common  Core  Standards  (2014-­‐2015  School  Year)  

 

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Ohio  Improvement  Process  (OIP)  -­‐  CollaboraAon  with  state  
consultants  to  improve  instrucAon  

   

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Weekly  teacher  training  to  enhance  student  learning  

OIP  and  RVT  

Ques@ons?  

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