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  1. Matawan-Aberdeen Regional School District Analysis of Student Performance on Assessments 2010-2011

  2. Assessments Elementary Schools • NJPASS 2 • NJASK 3 • NJASK 4 • NJASK 5 • Middle School • NJASK 6 • NJASK 7 • NJASK 8 • High School • HSPA • NJPASS 9 • NJPASS 10 • AP Exams • SAT

  3. Assessment Analysis • By School • By Sub-group • By District Factor Group (DFG) • By State

  4. What is a District Factor Group?(DFG) • Percent of adults without a high school diploma • Percent of adults with some college education • Occupational status • Unemployment rate • Percent of individuals in poverty • Median family income

  5. Other FG Districts

  6. ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS NJPASS 2, NJASK 3, 4, and 5

  7. 2010-2011 INITIATIVES K-5 Curricular Improvements (K-5): Development and implementation of Units of Study for Writing based on Lucy Calkin’s Writer’s Workshop Framework for grades K-5; Infusion of Standards Solution instructional resources within the district writing curriculum for grades 2-5; Integration of NJASK prep instructional resources within the language arts curriculum for both reading and writing; Enhancement of Everyday Math unit assessments to reflect skills assessed on NJASK; Weekly assessment of student mastery of basic math facts. District-wide Benchmark Assessments:NWEA Assessment (grades 3-5); District-Wide Quarterly Curriculum Benchmarks in Reading, Writing and Math (grades K-5) – revision made to better align with the NJASK. Student Instruction: Language Arts Tutorial;Math Tutorial Professional Development:Literacy Coach provided in-class coaching of teachers (grades K-5); Literacy Coach provided before and after school professional development for teachers (grades K-5); Follow-up training for Everyday Math; Training with Standards Solution on effective test-taking strategies for the reading portion of the NJASK (grades 2-5); Training on using data to guide instruction in the classroom. Building Level Data Teams: (Student Support Teams) analyzed district data and created improvement plans for students identified as being at-risk.

  8. Overview of NJPASS 2 2010-2011 was the third year of test administration • Language Arts: • Reading - Working with the Passage • and Analyzing the Passage • Listening – Working with the • Passage and Analyzing the Passage • Writing – Content, Development, and • Language Conventions • Math: • Number Sense, Operations and • Properties • Measurement • Spatial Sense and Geometry • Data Analysis, Probability, and • Discrete Mathematics • Patterns and Algebra

  9. NJPASS 2 LAL Partially Proficient Proficient Advanced Proficient

  10. NJPASS 2 Math Partially Proficient Proficient Advanced Proficient

  11. Overview of NJASK 3, 4 and 5Language Arts Literacy The Language Arts Literacy section of the NJASK 3, 4 and 5 measures students’ achievement in reading and writing. There are four cluster areas: • Writing Task 1 – Speculative or Expository • Writing Task 2 – Speculative or Expository • Working with Text • Analyzing Text

  12. Overview of NJASK 3, 4 and 5Mathematics The Mathematics section of NJASK 3, 4 and 5 measures students’ knowledge and their ability to solve problems by applying mathematical concepts. There are five cluster areas: • Number Sense and Numerical Operations • Geometry and Measurement • Problem Solving • Data Analysis, Probability and Discrete • Mathematics • Patterns and Algebra

  13. Overview of NJASK 4 Science The NJASK 4 Science assessment measures students’ knowledge as well as cognitive and process skills in four cluster areas: • Life Science • Physical Science • Earth Science • Application

  14. NJASK Score Reporting • Performance Levels • Scale Score from 100-300 • Advanced Proficient: 250-300 • Proficient: 200-249 • Partially Proficient: 100-199

  15. No Child Left Behind (NCLB) • The No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act requires each state to establish challenging content and performance standards and to implement assessments that measure students' performance against those standards in a manner that: • results in continuous and substantial yearly improvement • of each school. • is sufficiently rigorous to achieve the goal within an • appropriate timeframe.

  16. Adequate Yearly Progress As a result of NCLB, each state has developed a plan for the minimum levels of improvement in measurable terms of student performance that schools must achieve within the given time frames specified by the NCLB legislation. This is otherwise known as Adequate Yearly Progress or AYP. A district must pass all41 indicators to receive AYP status.

  17. NJ State Benchmarks for AYP • Benchmark values indicate % of Total Student Proficiency.

  18. MARSD NJASK 3 Partially Proficient Proficient Advanced Proficient

  19. Cliffwood Elementary School NJASK 3

  20. NJASK 3 Partially Proficient Proficient Advanced Proficient

  21. Total Mean Score Area of Strength Area of Concern

  22. NJASK 3 LAL Cluster Mean Scores Area of Strength Area of Concern

  23. NJASK 3 Math Cluster Mean Scores Area of Strength Area of Concern

  24. NWEA Predictability

  25. Tutoring Results and NJASK 3

  26. Ravine Drive School NJASK 3

  27. NJASK 3 Partially Proficient Proficient Advanced Proficient

  28. NJASK 3 Total Mean Scores Area of Strength Area of Concern

  29. NJASK 3 LAL Cluster Mean Scores Area of Strength Area of Concern

  30. NJASK 3 Math Cluster Mean Scores Area of Strength Area of Concern

  31. NWEA Predictability

  32. Tutoring Results and NJASK 3

  33. Strathmore Elementary School NJASK 3

  34. NJASK 3 Partially Proficient Proficient Advanced Proficient

  35. NJASK 3 Total Mean Scores Area of Strength Area of Concern

  36. NJASK 3 LAL Cluster Mean Scores Area of Strength Area of Concern

  37. NJASK 3 Math Cluster Mean Scores Area of Strength Area of Concern

  38. NWEA Predictability

  39. Tutoring Results and NJASK 3

  40. Lloyd Road Elementary School NJASK 4 and NJASK 5

  41. NJASK 4 Proficient Advanced Proficient Partially Proficient

  42. NJASK 4 Proficient Advanced Proficient Partially Proficient

  43. NJASK 4 Total Mean Scores Area of Strength Area of Concern