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2014 Sanchez Elementary

Accountability
Presented by:
Mrs. Rodriguez, Mrs. Partida,
PERFORMANCE STANDARDS HB5
CHANGES

INDEXES

SYSTEM SAFEGUARDS

DISTINCTIONS

FEDERAL ACCOUNTABILITY



2014 Accountability
Accountability Agenda
Performance
Standards
Standards set for the coming years
Indexes
Preliminary Performance Index Tables without
rating labels (TEASE)

ELL Progress
Measure

Plans set for the ELLs
Distinctions
Awarded if on the top 10 of the 40 comparable
schools
Federal
Accountability
System Safeguards and Targets
ONE MORE YEAR
Performance Standards
NEW Math TEKS Gr 3-8!
Spring 2015 STAAR Math assessments in Grades 3-8 will be based on
the new Math TEKS being implemented in Grades K-8 in 2014-15

Raw score results will be reported before the end of the school year
Student got XX questions correct out of XX total questions

New performance standards for Math grades 3-8 will be set in
Summer 2015
New data files will be sent in August 2015 indicating student
performance at each Level
NO SSI REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADES 5 & 8
MATH IN 2014-15
STAAR M IS GONE
STAAR A

STAAR with Accommodations

TEAs plan for including students previously assessed with
STAAR Modified in STAAR for 2015 and beyond
Accommodations via online delivery system (similar
to STAAR L)
Resources available Fall 2014:
eligibility criteria and tutorials
THIS WILL BE RELATIVELY PAINLESS
Accountability
Performance Index Framework
Index
1
Index
2
Index
3
Index
4
Texas will be among the top 10 states in postsecondary
readiness by 2020.
Improving student
achievement at all
levels in the core
subjects
Ensuring the
progress of all
students toward
achieving Advanced
Academic
Performance
Closing Advanced
Academic
Performance level
gaps among groups
Rewarding
excellence based on
other indicators in
addition to state
assessment results
2014 State Accountability System Traditional Districts/Campuses
2014 Rating Labels: Met Standard (met the index target on all applicable indexes)
Improvement Required (did not meet one or more index targets)

Index 1 Student
Achievement
Index 2 Student Progress
Index 3 Closing Performance
Gaps
Index 4 Postsecondary
Readiness
Target 55 5
th
Percentile 5
th
Percentile ES-12, MS-13, HS-56, ISD-56
Index
Purpose
The purpose of this index is to
provide a snapshot of performance
across subjects, on both general
and alternative assessments, at the
satisfactory performance standard.
The purpose of this index is to
provide a measure of student
progress by subject and student
group independent of overall
student achievement levels.
The purpose of this index is to
emphasize advanced academic
achievement of the economically
disadvantaged student group and
the lowest performing
race/ethnicity student groups.
The purpose of this index is to
emphasize the importance for students
to receive a high school diploma that
provides them with the foundation
necessary for success.
Index Score
# Rdng+Math+Wrtng+Sci+SS Tests
at Level II Phase-in 1
# of Tests Taken
1 (% of tests at Met Prg) + 2 (% of
tests at Exceeded Prg)
200 (# of Std Groups that meet
MSC)

1 (% of tests at or above LII P1) +
2 (% of tests at LIII)
200 (# of Std Groups that meet MSC)

# of Gradates # of RHSP/DAP Grads
# in Cohort # of Grads in Cohort
# of Students 2 tests at LII Final
Total # of Students
# of Students who scored at or above
criteria on both ELA and Math
# of Grads

Each Rate
100 (# of Std Groups that meet MSC)
Subjects
Evaluated
All Subject Areas Reading and Math All Subject Areas All Subject Areas
Student
Groups
Evaluated

Std Group MSC
All Students None

Std Group MSC
All Students 10
African Am
25
Hispanic
White
Am Indian
Asian
Pac Islander
2 or More Races
Special Ed
ELL

Std Group MSC
Eco Dis None
African Am
25
Hispanic
White
Am Indian
Asian
Pac Islander
2 or More Races
MSC = 25
Std
Group
STAAR
Grad
Rate
Grad
Plan
Post
Sec
All Stds
Afri Am
Hisp
White
Am Ind
Asian
Pac Isl
2 or More
Sp Ed
ELL
Assessments
Included
July & Dec 2013, Spring EOC
Spring Gr 3-8 (English and
Spanish) STAAR, M and Alt
Spring Gr 4-8 (English and
Spanish)
Spring Gr 3 (ELL PM)
July & Dec 2013, Spring EOC
Spring Gr 3-8 (English and
Spanish) STAAR, M and Alt
July & Dec 2013, Spring EOC
Spring Gr 3-8 (English and
Spanish) STAAR, M and Alt
System Safeguard:
Disaggregated perf results
will be reported for 10 std
groups. Groups that meet MSC
with <55% perf , or have
<95% participation, must be
addressed in CIP
2014 Ratings

Met Standard

Met Alternative Standard

Improvement Required
Index 1 Student Achievement
Index
1
2014



Provide a snapshot of performance across subjects

All Students*
All subject areas - Not evaluated separately
# of Tests Taken
# Rdng+Math+Wrtng+Sci+SS Tests at Level II Phase-in 1
Purpose
Index
Calculation
Subjects
Evaluated
Student
Groups
ELL Progress Measure
ELL Progress Measure STAAR Progress Measure

ELL PM provides year-to-year performance
expectations on STAAR content-area assessments
for ELLs

Students are placed into a plan that specifies the
expected number of years it should take to meet
the Level II standard on STAAR

ELL Progress Measure
The Level II standard is a demanding goal because
of the students academic background and language
proficiency.

Met expectations represent reasonable goals

Student scores are compared to interim
expectations and progress is classified as Did Not
Meet, Met, or Exceeded
ELL Progress Measure
3 Steps to Calculate the ELL Progress Measure:

1. Determine if the student is eligible to receive
the ELL progress measure

1. Determine the appropriate plan for the student

1. Compare the students STAAR scale score to
the appropriate ELL progress measure Met and
Exceeded scale score expectations
ELL Progress Measure
1. Determine if the student is eligible to receive
the ELL progress measure

LEP coded
No parent denial of ELL services
Valid STAAR scale score
Test language version on a general STAAR
assessment was English
Includes STAAR and STAAR L
Does not include STAAR M, STAAR Alt, or Spanish
versions of STAAR

ELL Progress Measure
2. Determine the appropriate plan for the student

Three pieces of information are needed to
determine a students ELL progress measure plan:

Number of years in US schools
TELPAS composite rating
Extenuating circumstances
Unschooled aslylee/refugee
Student with interrupted formal education (SIFE)
ELL Progress Measure
3. Compare the students STAAR scale score to
the appropriate ELL progress measure Met and
Exceeded scale score expectations

The following information is needed:

Students ELL progress measure plan
Students current number of years in US schools
Students STAAR scale score
ELLs and Index 1
If a student with an ELL progress measure receives
a Met or Exceeded expectation score, then the
test is considered Passed and included in the
numerator.
ELL Progress Measure
Once a student is placed in a plan, they stay in
that plan for as long as they are eligible. The plan
does not change.

If a student ages out of the ELL PM or exits LEP,
they will no longer receive the ELL PM. If eligible,
they will receive the STAAR PM instead.

The ELL PM will be available for all retest admins.
The years in US schools determined in the spring
remains the same for retest admins.
Index 1 Student Achievement
Index
1
2014



Provide a snapshot of performance across subjects

All Students*
All subject areas - Not evaluated separately
# of Tests Taken
# Rdng+Math+Wrtng+Sci+SS Tests at Level II Phase-in 1
Purpose
Index
Calculation
Subjects
Evaluated
Student
Groups
Assessments
Included
STAAR 3-8 (all), STAAR EOC, STAAR L
55 Target
Index 1 Targets

2014 Index 1
Index 1 Targets Proposal
Traditional
District 55
High School 55
Middle School 55
Elementary 55
AEA
District and Campus 30
Index
1
15481
11759
Add Top Row
Add Bottom Row
Divide
Index
1
Index
1
THE NEW FIX FOR THE OLD PROBLEM
System Safeguards
System Safeguards

Ensures that performance and participation on
each subject, indicator, and student group is
addressed

Ensures that all state and federal
accountability requirements are covered

For any student group/content area that does
not meet the State Safeguard, a strategy must
be included in the CIP/DIP
76
83
91
78
75
87
100
92
72
55
56
48

Break
2014 State Accountability System Traditional Districts/Campuses
2014 Rating Labels: Met Standard (met the index target on all applicable indexes)
Improvement Required (did not meet one or more index targets)

Index 1 Student
Achievement
Index 2 Student Progress
Index 3 Closing Performance
Gaps
Index 4 Postsecondary
Readiness
Target 55 5
th
Percentile 5
th
Percentile ES-12, MS-13, HS-56, ISD-56
Index
Purpose
The purpose of this index is to
provide a snapshot of performance
across subjects, on both general
and alternative assessments, at the
satisfactory performance standard.
The purpose of this index is to
provide a measure of student
progress by subject and student
group independent of overall
student achievement levels.
The purpose of this index is to
emphasize advanced academic
achievement of the economically
disadvantaged student group and
the lowest performing
race/ethnicity student groups.
The purpose of this index is to
emphasize the importance for students
to receive a high school diploma that
provides them with the foundation
necessary for success.
Index Score
# Rdng+Math+Wrtng+Sci+SS Tests
at Level II Phase-in 1
# of Tests Taken
1 (% of tests at Met Prg) + 2 (% of
tests at Exceeded Prg)
200 (# of Std Groups that meet
MSC)

1 (% of tests at or above LII P1) +
2 (% of tests at LIII)
200 (# of Std Groups that meet MSC)

# of Gradates # of RHSP/DAP Grads
# in Cohort # of Grads in Cohort
# of Students 2 tests at LII Final
Total # of Students
# of Students who scored at or above
criteria on both ELA and Math
# of Grads

Each Rate
100 (# of Std Groups that meet MSC)
Subjects
Evaluated
All Subject Areas Reading and Math All Subject Areas All Subject Areas
Student
Groups
Evaluated

Std Group MSC
All Students None

Std Group MSC
All Students 10
African Am
25
Hispanic
White
Am Indian
Asian
Pac Islander
2 or More Races
Special Ed
ELL

Std Group MSC
Eco Dis None
African Am
25
Hispanic
White
Am Indian
Asian
Pac Islander
2 or More Races
MSC = 25
Std
Group
STAAR
Grad
Rate
Grad
Plan
Post
Sec
All Stds
Afri Am
Hisp
White
Am Ind
Asian
Pac Isl
2 or More
Sp Ed
ELL
Assessments
Included
July & Dec 2013, Spring EOC
Spring Gr 3-8 (English and
Spanish) STAAR, M and Alt
Spring Gr 4-8 (English and
Spanish)
Spring Gr 3 (ELL PM)
July & Dec 2013, Spring EOC
Spring Gr 3-8 (English and
Spanish) STAAR, M and Alt
July & Dec 2013, Spring EOC
Spring Gr 3-8 (English and
Spanish) STAAR, M and Alt
System Safeguard:
Disaggregated perf results
will be reported for 10 std
groups. Groups that meet MSC
with <55% perf , or have
<95% participation, must be
addressed in CIP
Index 2 Student Progress
Index
2
2014






Provide a measure of student progress by subject and
student group independent of overall student
achievement levels.
Purpose
Actual Student Progress toward Satisfactory or
Advanced Performance Levels
Index 2 Student Progress
Index
2
Additional Progress Measures in 2014:
ELL
STAAR Modified
STAAR Alternate
Progress Measures
STAAR Progress Measure ELL Progress Measure
Valid STAAR score in 2013 and
2014
Valid STAAR score
Same version of test in 2013 and
2014
LEP Classification
Same language for STAAR reading
tests
Test Language = English
Cannot repeat the same test No parent denial of ELL services
Must be the first attempt on the test
for EOC
# of years in US schools # of years
on progress measure plan
Does not qualify for the ELL
progress measure
Available for STAAR and STAAR L
English
vs
New Progress Measures
STAAR Modified
Similar to STAAR PM
Separate targets
specific to STAAR
Modified standards
Only for students who
have a STAAR Modified
score in same content
area for the previous
grade
STAAR Alternate
Different methodology
Raw score grouped into
stages

Raw Scores Stage
0-20 1
21-29 2
30-38 3
39-47 4
48-57 5
58-67 6
68-77 7
78-84 8
STAAR Alternate
Current- Year Stage
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
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DN DN DN M E E E E
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DN DN DN DN DN M E E
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DN DN DN DN DN DN M E
8
DN DN DN DN DN DN DN M
NEW 2014 Progress Measure - NEW
Students who will receive a STAAR PM in 2014:

Testing in non-consecutive grade levels for
STAAR

Language changes Math

ELL Parent Denial


Index 2 Student Progress
Index
2
2014






Provide a measure of student progress by subject and
student group independent of overall student
achievement levels.
200 (# of Std Groups that meet MSC )
1 (% of tests at Met) + 2 (% of tests at Exceeded)
Purpose
Index
Calculation
Exceeded
-
Missed 2
or less
Did Not Meet
-
Met
-
Exceeded
Index 2
Index
2
Did Not Meet

Very low
score -
Worse than
guessing
Use the chart!
Automatic
rating
Automatic
rating
Index 2


Current Year Score Prior Year Score =
Students Gain Score (SGS)

SGS + Performance Level




Index
2
Index 2 Student Progress
Index
2
2014






Provide a measure of student progress by subject and
student group independent of overall student
achievement levels.
Reading and Math
200 (# of Std Groups that meet MSC )
1 (% of tests at Met) + 2 (% of tests at Exceeded)
Purpose
Index
Calculation
Subjects
Evaluated
Elementary School Middle School High School
Reading
Grade 4 Grade 6
Grade 5 Grade 7
Grade 8
Mathematics
Grade 4 Grade 6 Algebra I
Grade 5 Grade 7
Grade 8
Algebra I
Writing
2014
English I
English II
English II
Index 2 Student Progress
Index
2
2014






Provide a measure of student progress by subject and
student group independent of overall student
achievement levels.
10 Student Groups MSC*
Reading and Math
200 (# of Std Groups that meet MSC )
1 (% of tests at Met) + 2 (% of tests at Exceeded)
Purpose
Index
Calculation
Subjects
Evaluated
Student
Groups
Index 2
Student progress focuses on actual student growth
independent of overall achievement levels for each
race/ethnicity student group
Index
2
, students with
disabilities, and English language learners.

STAAR M & Alt
ELL
Demographics TELPAS ELL PM STAAR and Rating
ELLs and Index 2
If a student with an ELL progress measure receives a Met rating,
then they count as 1 point for Index 2.

If a student with an ELL progress measure receives an Exceeded
rating, then they count as 2 points.

1 2
Index 2 Student Progress
Index
2
2014






Provide a measure of student progress by subject and
student group independent of overall student
achievement levels.
STAAR 4-8 (English and Spanish)* & STAAR EOC
10 Student Groups MSC*
Reading and Math
200 (# of Std Groups that meet MSC )
1 (% of tests at Met) + 2 (% of tests at Exceeded)
Purpose
Index
Calculation
Subjects
Evaluated
Student
Groups
Assessments
Included
Index 2 Student Progress
Grade 3 eligible ELL students who have an
ELL progress measure will be included in
Index 2
Index 2 Student Progress
Index
2
2014






Provide a measure of student progress by subject and
student group independent of overall student
achievement levels.
2013: ES 30, MS 29, HS 17, ISD - 21
STAAR 4-8 (English and Spanish)* & STAAR EOC
10 Student Groups MSC*
Reading and Math
200 (# of Std Groups that meet MSC )
1 (% of tests at Met) + 2 (% of tests at Exceeded)
Purpose
Index
Calculation
Subjects
Evaluated
Student
Groups
Assessments
Included
Target ES 33, MS 28, HS na, ISD - 16
Index 2 Targets

2014 Index 2
Index 2 Targets Proposal
Traditional
District 16
High School n/a
Middle School 28
Elementary 33
AEA
District and Campus n/a
Index
2
83 84 83 88 97
80 94 609 1400
83 84 83 88 97
80 94 609 1400
83 84 83 88 97
80 94 609 1400
Divide
Add
Student Progress Data
Strategically place students who did not show
growth with teachers that have proven they can
grow students.
13% 35% 48%
Index
2
Index
2

Break
2014 State Accountability System Traditional Districts/Campuses
2014 Rating Labels: Met Standard (met the index target on all applicable indexes)
Improvement Required (did not meet one or more index targets)

Index 1 Student
Achievement
Index 2 Student Progress
Index 3 Closing Performance
Gaps
Index 4 Postsecondary
Readiness
Target 55 5
th
Percentile 5
th
Percentile ES-12, MS-13, HS-56, ISD-56
Index
Purpose
The purpose of this index is to
provide a snapshot of performance
across subjects, on both general
and alternative assessments, at the
satisfactory performance standard.
The purpose of this index is to
provide a measure of student
progress by subject and student
group independent of overall
student achievement levels.
The purpose of this index is to
emphasize advanced academic
achievement of the economically
disadvantaged student group and
the lowest performing
race/ethnicity student groups.
The purpose of this index is to
emphasize the importance for students
to receive a high school diploma that
provides them with the foundation
necessary for success.
Index Score
# Rdng+Math+Wrtng+Sci+SS Tests
at Level II Phase-in 1
# of Tests Taken
1 (% of tests at Met Prg) + 2 (% of
tests at Exceeded Prg)
200 (# of Std Groups that meet
MSC)

1 (% of tests at or above LII P1) +
2 (% of tests at LIII)
200 (# of Std Groups that meet MSC)

# of Gradates # of RHSP/DAP Grads
# in Cohort # of Grads in Cohort
# of Students 2 tests at LII Final
Total # of Students
# of Students who scored at or above
criteria on both ELA and Math
# of Grads

Each Rate
100 (# of Std Groups that meet MSC)
Subjects
Evaluated
All Subject Areas Reading and Math All Subject Areas All Subject Areas
Student
Groups
Evaluated

Std Group MSC
All Students None

Std Group MSC
All Students 10
African Am
25
Hispanic
White
Am Indian
Asian
Pac Islander
2 or More Races
Special Ed
ELL

Std Group MSC
Eco Dis None
African Am
25
Hispanic
White
Am Indian
Asian
Pac Islander
2 or More Races
MSC = 25
Std
Group
STAAR
Grad
Rate
Grad
Plan
Post
Sec
All Stds
Afri Am
Hisp
White
Am Ind
Asian
Pac Isl
2 or More
Sp Ed
ELL
Assessments
Included
July & Dec 2013, Spring EOC
Spring Gr 3-8 (English and
Spanish) STAAR, M and Alt
Spring Gr 4-8 (English and
Spanish)
Spring Gr 3 (ELL PM)
July & Dec 2013, Spring EOC
Spring Gr 3-8 (English and
Spanish) STAAR, M and Alt
July & Dec 2013, Spring EOC
Spring Gr 3-8 (English and
Spanish) STAAR, M and Alt
System Safeguard:
Disaggregated perf results
will be reported for 10 std
groups. Groups that meet MSC
with <55% perf , or have
<95% participation, must be
addressed in CIP
Index 3 Closing Performance Gaps
Index
3
2014






Emphasize advanced academic achievement of the
economically disadvantaged student group and the lowest
performing race/ethnicity student groups
200 (# of Std Groups that meet MSC )
Purpose
Index
Calculation
1 (% of tests at Level II Phase 1) + 2 (% of tests at Level III)
2014 Process

Economically Disadvantage Group
2 Lowest Performing Race/Ethnicity Groups

MSC (prior year) 25 tests in both Reading AND Math



Index
3
Index 3
% of tests that meet Level II Phase 1 Performance
plus
% of tests that meet Level III Performance

based on prior year performance (2013)

Index
3
Index 3
MAJOR CHANGE!
200 (# of Std Groups that meet MSC )
1 (% of tests at Level II Phase 1) + 2 (% of tests at Level III)
ELLs and Index 3
If a student with an ELL progress measure receives
a Met or Exceeded rating, then they count as 1
point for Index 3.

If a student with an ELL progress measure reaches
a STAAR Level II Final performance rating, then
they count as 2 points.

Index 3 Closing Performance Gaps
Index
3
2014






Emphasize advanced academic achievement of the
economically disadvantaged student group and the lowest
performing race/ethnicity student groups
ES 28, MS 27, HS 31, ISD - 28
Eco Dis plus 2 lowest performing groups
All Subject Areas
100 (# of Std Groups that meet MSC )
Purpose
Index
Calculation
Subjects
Evaluated
Student
Groups
Assessments
Included
Target
STAAR 3-8 (all), STAAR EOC, STAAR L
1 (% of tests at Level II Phase 1) + 2 (% of tests at Level III)
Index 3 Targets

2014 Index 3
Index 3 Targets Proposal
Traditional
District 28
High School 31
Middle School 27
Elementary 28
AEA
District and Campus 11
Index
3
#
Tests
#
LII
%
LII
#
LIII
%
LIII
#
Tests
#
LII
%
LII
#
LIII
%
LIII
#
Tests
#
LII
%
LII
#
LIII
%
LIII
#
Tests
#
LII
%
LII
#
LIII
%
LIII
#
Tests
#
LII
%
LII
#
LIII
%
LIII
African American 60 47 78 7 12 45 32 71 4 9 12 9 75 1 8 23 15 65 1 4 10 8 80 0 0
Hispanic 14472 10880 75 1996 14 11766 8995 76 1985 17 3065 2188 71 320 10 5312 3929 74 491 9 3310 2487 75 307 9
ECD 10290 7417 72 1146 11 8562 6303 74 1202 14 2043 1328 65 145 7 3720 2603 70 261 7 2435 1764 72 191 8
Rdg/
ELA
Mth SS Sci Wrt
African American
Hispanic
ECD
Totals
Maximum Points
(200x # Std Grps)
Total
Pts
Max
Pts
Index
(Total / Max)
Total
Index 3 - Closing the Achievement Gap
2014 Calculation
1 (%of tests at or above Level II Phase-In 1) + 2 (%tests at or above Level III) Campus/District McAllen ISD
200 (# of Std Groups that meet MSC)
Reading/ELA Math Social Studies Science Writing
The Lowest Performing Racial/Ethnic groups are determined by comparing performance of racial/ethnic groups on the Index I student achievement indicator fromthe prior year.
divided by
Index
Score
90 80
600 600 400
Index
3
Index
3
2014 State Accountability System Traditional Districts/Campuses
2014 Rating Labels: Met Standard (met the index target on all applicable indexes)
Improvement Required (did not meet one or more index targets)

Index 1 Student
Achievement
Index 2 Student Progress
Index 3 Closing Performance
Gaps
Index 4 Postsecondary
Readiness
Target 55 5
th
Percentile 5
th
Percentile ES-12, MS-13, HS-56, ISD-56
Index
Purpose
The purpose of this index is to
provide a snapshot of performance
across subjects, on both general
and alternative assessments, at the
satisfactory performance standard.
The purpose of this index is to
provide a measure of student
progress by subject and student
group independent of overall
student achievement levels.
The purpose of this index is to
emphasize advanced academic
achievement of the economically
disadvantaged student group and
the lowest performing
race/ethnicity student groups.
The purpose of this index is to
emphasize the importance for students
to receive a high school diploma that
provides them with the foundation
necessary for success.
Index Score
# Rdng+Math+Wrtng+Sci+SS Tests
at Level II Phase-in 1
# of Tests Taken
1 (% of tests at Met Prg) + 2 (% of
tests at Exceeded Prg)
200 (# of Std Groups that meet
MSC)

1 (% of tests at or above LII P1) +
2 (% of tests at LIII)
200 (# of Std Groups that meet MSC)

# of Gradates # of RHSP/DAP Grads
# in Cohort # of Grads in Cohort
# of Students 2 tests at LII Final
Total # of Students
# of Students who scored at or above
criteria on both ELA and Math
# of Grads

Each Rate
100 (# of Std Groups that meet MSC)
Subjects
Evaluated
All Subject Areas Reading and Math All Subject Areas All Subject Areas
Student
Groups
Evaluated

Std Group MSC
All Students None

Std Group MSC
All Students 10
African Am
25
Hispanic
White
Am Indian
Asian
Pac Islander
2 or More Races
Special Ed
ELL

Std Group MSC
Eco Dis None
African Am
25
Hispanic
White
Am Indian
Asian
Pac Islander
2 or More Races
MSC = 25
Std
Group
STAAR
Grad
Rate
Grad
Plan
Post
Sec
All Stds
Afri Am
Hisp
White
Am Ind
Asian
Pac Isl
2 or More
Sp Ed
ELL
Assessments
Included
July & Dec 2013, Spring EOC
Spring Gr 3-8 (English and
Spanish) STAAR, M and Alt
Spring Gr 4-8 (English and
Spanish)
Spring Gr 3 (ELL PM)
July & Dec 2013, Spring EOC
Spring Gr 3-8 (English and
Spanish) STAAR, M and Alt
July & Dec 2013, Spring EOC
Spring Gr 3-8 (English and
Spanish) STAAR, M and Alt
System Safeguard:
Disaggregated perf results
will be reported for 10 std
groups. Groups that meet MSC
with <55% perf , or have
<95% participation, must be
addressed in CIP
Index 4 Postsecondary Readiness
Index
4
2014






Emphasize the importance for students to receive a high
school diploma that provides them with the foundation
necessary for success
Purpose
Index 4 Postsecondary Readiness
Index
4
Emphasize the importance for students to receive
a high school diploma that provides them with the
foundation necessary for success in college, the
workforce, job training programs, or the military
and the role of elementary and middle schools in
preparing students for high school.

;
2013
Graduation Rate
4, 5, or 6 year (AEA)
graduation rate

RHSP/DAP Rate
1 year rate
2014
Graduation Rate
4, 5, or 6 year (AEA)
graduation rate
STAAR Performance
Final Level II
RHSP/DAP Rate
4 year rate
Postsecondary Readiness
TAKS, SAT, or ACT
(TAPR indicator)
Index 4
Index
4
Index 4 Postsecondary Readiness
Index
4
2014






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school diploma that provides them with the foundation
necessary for success
Purpose
Index
Calculation
See next slide
Index 4
Index
4
Indicator Calculation
Graduation Score
4- year and 5-year
STAAR Level II Final Score
RHSP/DAP Score
Postsecondary/College-Ready Graduates
Score
# in Cohort
# of Graduates
# of RHSP/DAP Grads
# of Grads in Cohort
# of Students 2 tests at Level II Final*
Total # of Students
# of Students who scored at or above
criteria on both ELA and math
# of Grads
* If only 1 STAAR content area test is
taken, and score is at Level II Final, then
student counts in numerator.
2014 STAAR Calculation
Calculation of STAAR Component
Student as Unit of Analysis:

= 3 tests



# of Students 2 test at Level II Final
Total # of Students

Index
4
4
Level II -
Final
Eng 1 Yes
Algebra Yes
Biology No
9 9
Index 4 Postsecondary Readiness
Index
4
2014






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school diploma that provides them with the foundation
necessary for success
10 Student Groups - MSC
All Subjects
Purpose
Index
Calculation
Subjects
Evaluated
Student
Groups
See previous slide
Index 4 Postsecondary Readiness
Index
4
2014






Emphasize the importance for students to receive a high
school diploma that provides them with the foundation
necessary for success
See next slide
10 Student Groups - MSC
None
Purpose
Index
Calculation
Subjects
Evaluated
Student
Groups
Assessments
Included
Target
See previous slide
STAAR 3-8 (all), STAAR EOC, STAAR L
Calculation of Index 4
Combine the STAAR indicator with all Index 4
indicators for one, weighted Index 4 value
2014 Index 4
Index
4
2014
Component Weight-
Traditional
Weight-
AEA
Graduation Rate 25% 75%
STAAR
Performance
25% 25%
RHSP 25%
Postsecondary 25%
Index 4 Targets

2014 Index 4 Targets
Index
4
Index 4 Targets STAAR
Component Only
High School 21
Middle School 13
Elementary 12
Index 4 Targets All Four
Components
District 56
High School 56
AEA 33
All
Af
Am
Hisp White
Nat
Am
Asian
Pac
Isl
2+
Races
Total
Points
Max
Points
% RHSP/DAP 55 54 58 83
Score
(Total/Max)
Overall Index Score
Index 4 Score
(Total Points from All Components)
Graduation Plan Score x 25% =
Postsecondary Indicator Score x 25% =
STAAR Score x 25% =
Graduation Rate Score x 25% =
Component
Score
Total
Points
Postsecondary Indicator Component (25% of Index Score)
% College-ready (on TSI, SAT, or ACT) Grads
100(# of Std Groups that meet MSC)
All
Af
Am
Hisp White
Nat
Am
Asian
Pac
Isl
2+
Races
Total
Points
Max
Points
# Students Tested 14066 58 13009 699 23 229 3 45
# Met Final LII on
2 or More Subjects
5488 15 4814 437 9 183 2 28
% Met Final LII on
2 or More Subjects
39 26 37 63 39 80 67 62
Score
(Total/Max)
All
Af
Am
Hisp White
Nat
Am
Asian
Pac
Isl
2+
Races
SPED ELL
Total
Points
Max
Points
Total/
Max
4 yr Grad Rate
(use if > 5yr)
87.2 87.1 86.8 97.3 69.4 70.5
5-yr Grad Rate
(use if > 4yr)
88.8 88.6 90.9 78 70.6
Score
(Total/Max)
All
Af
Am
Hisp White
Nat
Am
Asian
Pac
Isl
2+
Races
Total
Points
Max
Points
% RHSP/DAP 93 93 94 100
Score
(Total/Max)
Use the higher of the two rates
Graduation Plan Component (25% of Index Score)
Longitudinal RHSP/DAP Rate
100(# of Std Groups that meet MSC)
100(# of Std Groups that meet MSC)
Index 4 - Postsecondary Readiness
2014 Calculation
Campus/District McAllen ISD
STAAR Component (25% of Index Score)
%"of"Students"Who"Met"Final"LII"on"2"or"More"Subjects
100(#"of"Std"Groups"that"meet"MSC)
Graduation Rate Component (25% of Index Score)
Graduation Rate
All
Af
Am
Hisp White
Nat
Am
Asian
Pac
Isl
2+
Races
Total
Points
Max
Points
# Students Tested 14066 58 13009 699 23 229 3 45
# Met Final LII on
2 or More Subjects
5488 15 4814 437 9 183 2 28
% Met Final LII on
2 or More Subjects
39 26 37 63 39 80 67 62
Score
(Total/Max)
All
Af
Am
Hisp White
Nat
Am
Asian
Pac
Isl
2+
Races
SPED ELL
Total
Points
Max
Points
Total/
Max
4 yr Grad Rate
(use if > 5yr)
87.2 87.1 86.8 97.3 69.4 70.5
5-yr Grad Rate
(use if > 4yr)
88.8 88.6 90.9 78 70.6
Score
(Total/Max)
All
Af
Am
Hisp White
Nat
Am
Asian
Pac
Isl
2+
Races
Total
Points
Max
Points
% RHSP/DAP 93 93 94 100
Score
(Total/Max)
Use the higher of the two rates
Graduation Plan Component (25% of Index Score)
Longitudinal RHSP/DAP Rate
100(# of Std Groups that meet MSC)
100(# of Std Groups that meet MSC)
Index 4 - Postsecondary Readiness
2014 Calculation
Campus/District McAllen ISD
STAAR Component (25% of Index Score)
%"of"Students"Who"Met"Final"LII"on"2"or"More"Subjects
100(#"of"Std"Groups"that"meet"MSC)
Graduation Rate Component (25% of Index Score)
Graduation Rate
307 600
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Index
4
Index
4

Break
THI S, ALSO, I S DI FFERENT
Distinction Designations
Distinction Designations
Campus Comparison Groups

40 campuses that are similar on the following indicators:
Campus Type
Campus Size
% Economically Disadvantaged
% ELL
Mobility Rate

Must earn a Met Standard rating to be eligible

Distinction Designations
Distinctions 2013 2014
Student Progress (Index 2)
Academic Achievement in Reading/ELA
Academic Achievement in Math
Academic Achievement in Science
Academic Achievement in Social Studies
Closing Performance Gaps (Index 3)
Postsecondary Readiness*










* Distinction available for districts
Distinction Designations
(excluding Postsecondary Readiness)
Elementary and Middle Schools
Student Progress - Top Quartile of Campus Comparison
Group
AADD Top Quartile on at least 50% of eligible measures
Closing Performance Gap Top Quartile
High Schools
Student Progress - Top Quartile of Campus Comparison
Group
AADD - Top Quartile on at least 33% of eligible measures
Closing Performance Gap Top Quartile

Postsecondary Readiness
STAAR Level II Final Rate (from Index 4)
4Year Graduation Rate (Cohort Class of 2013)
5Year Graduation Rate (Cohort Class of 2012)
RHSP/DAP Rate (Cohort Class of 2013)
CollegeReady Graduates Rate Class of 2013 (from
Index 4)
Advanced Course/Dual Enrollment Completion Rate
(201213)
SAT/ACT Performance Met Criterion Class of 2013
SAT/ACT Participation Rate Class of 2013
AP/IB Examinees Meeting Criterion Score Class of
2013
Postsecondary Readiness
Elementary and Middle Schools
Top Quartile of Campus Comparison Group on Index 4
Score

High Schools
Top Quartile on 33% of the indicators for which the
campus has data

Districts
If across all campuses in district 70% of postsecondary
readiness indicators are in the top quartile of the
campuses respective Campus Comparison Groups
IS IT REALLY GONE?
Federal Accountability
Federal Accountability
September 20, 2013
System Safeguards!!
Priority Focus
Texas Accountability
Intervention System
Federal Accountability
Requirements are limited to:

Reading/English language arts
Performance and Participation

Mathematics
Performance and Participation

Federal Graduation Rates
4-year and 5-year Rates


Federal Accountability
System Safeguards and Targets


2013 2014
Indicator State Federal State Federal
Reading Performance 50% 75% 55% 79%
Math Performance 50% 75% 55% 79%
Participation 95% 95% 95% 95%
4-year Graduation Rate 78% 80%
5-year Graduation Rate 83% 85%
Federal Accountability
The 2013-14 federally approved target of 79%
will also be used for the following:

Title III AMAOs ELL performance and
participation

OSEP State Performance Plan and State
Annual Performance Report students served
by special education programs

WHAT SHOULD WE DO?
Now That We Know
Making Data Sense

How can this comprehensive data be
used to help inform instruction?

What information about the new
accountability system does the staff need
to know?

How and when will the information be
presented?





Next Steps
Utilize your Index 2 data to schedule students

Drill down to the SE level Quartiles/Heat Maps
Day 1

Address System Safeguards in CIP/DIP



ERI N13WARREN@GMAI L. COM




Erin Warren