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  1. DE/AEA Mini Summit Adequate Yearly Progress tom.deeter@iowa.gov 515-242-5616

  2. AYP Background • Content Areas: Reading; Mathematics • Participation Rate: 95% • Proficiency: Achievement Targets • Accountability plan – 100% by 2014 • Proficiency Index – combining grades at a site. • Other Academic Indicator: • Graduation Rate; Average Daily Attendance • One year in arrears.

  3. Steps in the AMO process 1. Target (Proficiency Index) w/ conf. int. 2. Safe Harbor (reduce NP by 10%) 3. Beinnium w/ conf. int. 4. Triennium w/ conf. int. • Add in the students meeting growth • Repeat steps 1-4

  4. Achievement Targets (Annual Measurable Objectives (AMOs)

  5. Corrections to 2011-2012 • Achievement Target correction • 2011 v. 2012 • 16 Districts – 8 M, 8 R – Watch only • 146 schools – most watch status change • 72 M, 80 R, 6 both. • 6 M, 7 R – SINA status change.

  6. Corrections to 2012-2013 • Code completely rewritten • Interfacing ITP, SRI, IAA • Iowa Assessment/Alternate Assessment issues • Created an error in one of the later steps for a small N of schools • Confirmed through appeals

  7. Corrections to 2012-2013 • Sequencing • GSH, Participation, for Population • Fix IAA/ITP interface for small N of schools • truncated GSH, Participation for those schools • Redo GSH, Participation for Population • Correction affected 0 districts, 25 schools • 5 Math, 20 Reading

  8. Moral of the Story • We now have a process in place to confirm the validity of results. • Run the AYP program code • Verify any changes with SAS • Check discrepancies with Excel template.

  9. 2012-2013 results • 1361 Schools • 203 missed Reading only – 14.9% • 125 missed Mathematics only – 9.2% • 538 missed both reading and math – 39.5% • 23 missed OAI (part of the 538) • 3 additional missed participation in R and M • 63.9% of schools missed AYP for something.

  10. 2012-2013 results • 347 districts (348 incl. WCLT) • 29 missed Reading only – 8.1% • 18 missed Mathematics only – 5.2% • 37 missed both reading and math – 10.7% • 0 missed OAI or participation rate • 24.2% of districts missed AYP for something.

  11. 2012-2013 SINA/DINA results • 1361 Schools • 643 SINA – 47.2% • 347 Districts • 41 DINA – 11.8%

  12. Future Directions • After 2014? • Legislative action and appropriation • Task force – by Jan. 2015 • Will we have a new test? • www.smarterbalanced.org • Sample items, practice test • Field test, Spring 2014