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  1. James Madison Middle SchoolMSA Data Presentation 2012 Marcie L. Gray, Testing Coordinator Courtney M. King, Principal PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS • www.pgcps.org

  2. Content of Presentation • Understanding A New Maryland State Accountability System • MSA (all tested students) • BY GRADE LEVEL • BY CONTENT • SCHOOL PROGRESS ANALYSIS – MEETING AMO TARGETS • OVERALL • HSA (all tested students) • BY GRADE LEVEL PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS • www.pgcps.org

  3. MSDE Revises Accountability System Reporting Gaining New Understanding: Maryland applied to USDE for a waiver in February 2012 Maryland’s waiver for ESEA flexibility was granted by USDE in late May 2012. How is the waiver affecting the change in accountability reporting for schools? PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS • www.pgcps.org

  4. AMO Progress (REPLACED AYP) • Annual Measurable Objective (AMO) Progress • Reduce the percentage of students in the “all students” group and in each subgroup (with the exception of Attendance Rate) who are not proficient • Three indicators at elementary/middle school level • Proficiency Progress • Reading and Mathematics Proficiency • All Student group and at each subgroup • Attendance Rate Progress • 94% attendance rate continues to be the goal PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS • www.pgcps.org

  5. How have the targets changed? • There used to be one target each year for Reading…aggregate and all subgroups • There used to be one target each year for Math…aggregate and all subgroups • Now…each aggregate (all students) and each subgroup by content has a different target each year… • In most instances…targets were figured through 2017 based on the percent proficient baseline for each subgroup in 2011. PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS • www.pgcps.org

  6. School Progress on the AMO Targets The next slide will look familiar as the former AYP Status graph which identified whether all students and the 10 subgroups met or did not meet the AMOs. However, with the new accountability program approved under Maryland’s Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) Waiver Application, AYP status will no longer be used or reported for accountability. Student achievement on reading and mathematics, and other academic indicators of attendance rate and graduation rate are measured under School Progress. The AMOs have been changed to reflect our school specific new baseline data (in 2011) and a new target year (2017). The data in the graph of the progress of our school toward meeting our own unique targets provides valuable information on the effectiveness of instructional strategies. PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS • www.pgcps.org

  7. James Madison’sSchool Progress on AMO Target PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS • www.pgcps.org

  8. MSA DATA – READING AND MATHEMATICS PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS • www.pgcps.org

  9. Here is our MSA 2012 Data PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS • www.pgcps.org

  10. Incoming Grade 7 MSA 2012 Data PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS • www.pgcps.org

  11. Here is our MSA Science 2012 Data PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS • www.pgcps.org

  12. HSA MATH PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS • www.pgcps.org

  13. Here is our Algebra (HSA) 2012 Data PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS • www.pgcps.org

  14. More Realistic Test Goals! Old Goals New Goals Each school will cut in half the number of students who fail to pass state test by 2017. Maryland School Performance/Progress Index will not judge as failing. The progress of each school toward meeting their own unique targets provide valuable information over time on the effectiveness of instructional strategies, the inherent needs of the students and the extent to which the school is fulfilling those needs. • 100% of students in third through eighth grades passes a series of tests in reading, math and science by 2014. • Educators and schools were judged by Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP). • Same targets for all schools. PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS • www.pgcps.org

  15. RESOURCES… MSDE WEBSITES • www.mdreportcard.org • www.mdk12.org • www.marylandpublicschools.org PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS • www.pgcps.org

  16. THIS YEAR… WE ARE GOING FOR THE “GOLD”! PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS • www.pgcps.org