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  1. An Overview of Student Achievement Data Rhinebeck Central School District2009-2010 Prepared by Marvin Kreps Director of Curriculum and Instruction

  2. Our Mission The Rhinebeck Central School District is an educational community that provides an excellent learning environment and is dedicated to the development of every student’s generosity of spirit, passion for learning, and ultimate success.

  3. Our Vision • The Rhinebeck Central School District meets the changing needs of our community with courageous programming consistent with state standards and mindful of best learning practices. • Each student enjoys an enriching experience while mastering the skills and knowledge to reach their maximum potential. • We educate our students to become self-directed learners, complex thinkers, collaborative workers, quality producers, community contributors, and ethical decision-makers.

  4. Our Values • Safety and Health: Students and staff need a healthy and safe environment. • Resources: A successful education program requires appropriate facilities, equipment, and materials. • Respect: We respect and honor the dignity and worth of ourselves, others, and our environment. • Responsibility: Each person is responsible for what he or she says and does. • Courage: Courage is required to grow, change, take risks, and make commitments. • Integrity: Personal integrity develops as one attends to and becomes increasingly ethical in one’s speech and actions. Adults model this process. • Whole Child: In order for students to be successful, their emotional, social, physical, and academic needs must be met. • Collaboration: The education of our students is a process involving the entire educational community: students, teachers, administrators, non-instructional staff, Board of Education, families, and the community at large. • Student Achievement: Continuous growth and improvement occur when there is use of best practices, an articulated/aligned curriculum and pertinent data. • Recognition: Acknowledging and celebrating successes, large and small, nurtures growth and a sense of community.

  5. What is Educational Assessment? • It is a special kind of evidentiary argument. • Assessment is about reasoning from a handful of particular things students say, do, or make, to more broadly cast valid and reliableinferencesabout what they know, have accomplished, or are apt to do in the future.

  6. Whyweassess: • To guide the process of improving and changing education • To determine success of: • Individuals • Programs • Instruction • Identified Groups • Accountability: Summative Assessment • Information to guide intervention and policy decision-making • District and school level information about achievements, improvement with respect to specific goals, and areas needing improvement: Formative Assessment • Individual student information about achievement with respect to various goals set by the district

  7. NYS Cut-Scores… Why the change?

  8. ELA CUT SCORES

  9. Math CUT SCORES

  10. Level III Cut Scores

  11. StudentAchievementComparisonOld vs New 3-8 Assessment Standard Cut Scores2009-10

  12. New York State AssessmentsElementary Percent Proficient *Percentage may not total 100 due to rounding.

  13. New York State AssessmentsELA Grade 3-8 2009-10 *Percentage may not total 100 due to rounding.

  14. StudentAchievementComparisonGeneral Education/SpecialEducationELA2009-10 *Percentage may not total 100 due to rounding.

  15. Trend Analysis - Grade ProficiencyELA Grades 3-8 *Percentage may not total 100 due to rounding.

  16. Chancellor ElementarySchool Progress TrendELA Grades 3-5 AverageProficiency NY State implemented new cut scores for 3-8 assessments *Percentage may not total 100 due to rounding.

  17. Grade Proficiency - ELA Grades 3-8 *Percentage may not total 100 due to rounding.

  18. Cohort Trend Analysis – ELA Grades 3-8 *Percentage may not total 100 due to rounding.

  19. AnnualMeasurable Objectives Using Performance IndexELA Grades 3-5

  20. New York State AssessmentsMathematics Grade 3-8 2009-10 *Percentage may not total 100 due to rounding.

  21. StudentAchievementComparisonGeneral Education/SpecialEducationMathematics2009-10 *Percentage may not total 100 due to rounding.

  22. Trend Analysis - Grade ProficiencyMathematics Grades 3-8 *Percentage may not total 100 due to rounding.

  23. Chancellor ElementarySchool Progress TrendMathematics Grades 3-5 AverageProficiency NY State implemented new cut scores for 3-8 assessments *Percentage may not total 100 due to rounding.

  24. Grade Proficiency - Mathematics Grades 3-8 *Percentage may not total 100 due to rounding.

  25. Cohort Trend Analysis – Mathematics Grades 3-8 *Percentage may not total 100 due to rounding.

  26. AnnualMeasurable Objectives Using Performance IndexMathematicsGrade 3-5

  27. New York State AssessmentsScience Grade 4 *Percentage may not total 100 due to rounding.

  28. Trend Analysis - Grade ProficiencyScience Grade 4 *Percentage may not total 100 due to rounding.

  29. New York State AssessmentsSocial Studies Grade 5 *Percentage may not total 100 due to rounding.

  30. Trend Analysis - Grade Proficiency Social Studies Grade 5 *Percentage may not total 100 due to rounding.

  31. New York State AssessmentsElementary 100% Proficiency Gap

  32. New York State AssessmentsMiddle School Percent Proficient *Percentage may not total 100 due to rounding.

  33. New York State AssessmentsELA Grade 3-82009-2010 *Percentage may not total 100 due to rounding.

  34. Trend Analysis - Grade ProficiencyELA Grades 3-8 *Percentage may not total 100 due to rounding.

  35. Bulkeley Middle School Progress TrendELA Grades 6-8 AverageProficiency NY State implemented new cut scores for 3-8 assessments *Percentage may not total 100 due to rounding.

  36. Grade Proficiency - ELA Grades 3-8 *Percentage may not total 100 due to rounding.

  37. Cohort Trend Analysis – ELA Grades 3-8 *Percentage may not total 100 due to rounding.

  38. AnnualMeasurable Objectives Using Performance IndexELA Grades 6-8

  39. New York State AssessmentsMathematics Grade 3-82009-2010 *Percentage may not total 100 due to rounding.

  40. Trend Analysis - Grade ProficiencyMathematics Grades 3-8 *Percentage may not total 100 due to rounding.