Student Achievement Mid-Year Update Curriculum, Instruction, PD Division February 12, 2018
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2017-18 Board Goals • The letter grade for the MSD of Lawrence Township as assigned by the Indiana Department of Education will be a B or higher. • The letter grade for each school within the MSD of Lawrence Township as assigned by the Indiana Department of Education shall be a C or higher. • The graduation rates for LC and LN shall be no lower than 90%. • The achievement gap will decrease between all ESSA identified subgroups.
2017-18 Letter Grade Calculations – Indiana ESSA Plan Indicator Weights for Elementary and Middle School 5% 10% 42.50% 42.50% Academic Achievement Academic Progress English Language Proficiency Addressing Chronic Absenteeism
2017-18 Letter Grade Calculations – Indiana ESSA Plan Indicator Weights for Grades 9-12 10% 15% 15% 30% 30% Academic Achievement Academic Growth/Improvement Graduation Rate College & Career Readiness English Language Proficiency
Important Considerations for 2017-18 Letter Grades • Indiana’s ESSA Plan has now been approved by the USDE. • Indiana’s General Diploma does not count toward the graduation rate under current ESSA guidelines. • The WIDA growth target is currently undetermined until the 2018 test administration at which time growth targets for individual students will be made available. • Academic Achievement and Progress will be measured on the ISTEP test in grades 3-8, 10 in 2018. • Grades 3-8 will transition to ILEARN in 2018-19. • Grade 10 will transition to End of Course Assessments in 2018-19. • Dr. McCormick has discussed assigning two letter grades for schools – one with the old accountability formula; one with the ESSA accountability formula. • There is no published letter grade formula for school districts at this time. • The Indiana State Board of Education is accepting public input on new formulas for School Letter grades to begin in 2018-19.
Student Achievement Benchmarks to Achieve Board Goals • By June 1, 2018, realize a 5% increase of the 3rd grade pass rate in both English/Language Arts and Mathematics as measured by ISTEP. (Academic Achievement) • By June 1, 2018, realize a 10% increase in the pass rate for each cohort as measured by ISTEP. (Academic Progress) • By June 1, 2018, LT will exceed the national average of 1.8 point growth in the RigorWalk assessment. (This assessment incorporates school culture as well as the pillars for rigorous teaching and learning.) • By June 1, 2018, every English Language Learner will increase by at least one level as determined by the WIDA assessment. (English Language Proficiency)
Leading Indicators for Student Achievement • RigorWalk Data Reports • Quarterly Common Assessments • Graduation Task Force Data Reports • WIDA Model Pilot
Mid-Year Leading Indicator Benchmark Data District District Achievement Goals Indicator Data On Track to Meet Goal Increase 3rd Grade ELA ISTEP Pass Quarterly Common Assessments • 1st Quarter: 7% Growth/Yes Rate by 5% • 2nd quarter: 5% growth/Yes Increase 3rd Grade Math ISTEP Pass Quarterly Common Assessments • 1st quarter: 1% growth/no Rate by 5% • 2nd quarter: 7% growth/yes Increase Cohort Pass Rate by 10% Quarterly Common Assessments • 4th grade: yes ELA/no math • 5th grade: no ELA/yes math • 6th grade: yes ELA/yes math • 7th grade: yes ELA/yes math * • 8th grade: yes ELA/yes math * * 7th/8th Math data is Belzer only Increase Rigor-Walk Scores above RigorWalk Data Reports 1.28 1st semester growth - yes national average of 1.8 points Increase WIDA score by 1 level for Pilot of WIDA Model tool Not enough data yet to make a every ENL student district determination Graduation Rate of 90% Grad Task Force Data Report District Projected Grad. Rate = 92%
2018-19 School Letter Grade Categories – Proposed Indiana State Board of Education Plan Indicator Weights for Elementary and Middle School 5% 5% 5% 42.50% 42.50% Academic Achievement Academic Progress English Language Proficiency Addressing Chronic Absenteeism Well-Rounded (Science/SS ILEARN Test)
2018-19 School Letter Grade Categories – Proposed Indiana State Board of Education Plan Indicator Weights for High School 2018-19 through 2021-22 25% 30% 10% 30% 5% Test Proficiency Graduation Rate English Language Proficiency On Track (grades of freshman) College & Career Readiness
School Letter Grade Categories – Proposed Indiana State Board of Education Plan Indicator Weights for High School beginning 2022-23 to align with Graduation Pathways 15% 30% 5% 50% Test Proficiency Graduation Rate English Language Proficiency On Track (grades of freshman)
Key Points for Consideration of Proposal School Letter Grade Categories/Weights: 2018-19 and beyond • Growth would be capped at 100 points in elementary/middle school formula: – 7 schools earned more than 100 points growth in 2017. – 2 schools would have lower letter grades for 2017. – 3 would have lower letter grades for 2016. • The testing system for the High School (SAT/ACT) would not be aligned with the ILEARN testing system of grades 3-8 • There will be an opportunity for public input prior to a Board decision.
2016 Board Goal – Increase E/LA Proficiency • 2016 – transition from CTB to Pearson – Mode adjustments to scores, – Scoring process and delays called into question the validity of the results, – Different calculations for student growth. • MSDLT Results: 1.1% decline in E/LA pass rate • Marion County E/LA Ranking: – 2014: 9 of 11 (old standards, MSDLT earned an A district rating) – 2015: 7 of 11 – 2016: 7 of 11 – 2017: 6 of 11
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