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					ODDS ‘N ENDS
Pat Hubert & Pat Bruinsma
DOE – Content Standards
   Full version
     Bloom  leveled
     Indicators

   Unpacked version
     Kid   friendly targets
Report Card- 2008
   Demo
   Now you go…
     Finddistrict
     Locate grade level
       Scores  in reading and math
       Identify two significant points of interest, be prepared to
        share with group
ADEQUATE YEARLY
PROGRESS




 How Can We Make AYP?
AYP Determination
 Reading AMO (Annual Measureable Objective)
 Math AMO

 Participation Rate for both subjects – 95% of
  all students at each grade level (3-8 and 11)
 “Other Indicators”

     94% Attendance – Grades K-8
     80% Graduation Rate – High School
Making AYP
   Meet or Exceed AMO target
    Confidence Interval
    Safe Harbor
    Uniform Averaging
      AMO Target for Math
120

100                                                     93    100
                                                         90
                                                   86
80                                            79   81
                               72   72   72   72                    9-12
                67   65   65
60    60   60                  63   63   63                         K-8
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      45   45
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      AMO Target for Reading
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100                                                   94   100
                                                   94 96
                                              90   89
                                         86   83
80                        82   82   82
                78   78                  77
                          72   72   72                           9-12
      65   65   66   66
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Confidence Interval Allowance

•   The width of the confidence interval
    band depends upon the size of the
    student group.
•   The smaller the student group, the
    wider the band.
  Affect of Confidence Interval on AMO

100                                                     96   100
                                                   94
90                                            90
                                         86
                          82   82   82
80              78   78
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Safe Harbor

   The percentage of students in basic
    and below basic levels must decrease
    by at least 10% from the preceding
    year.
Uniform Averaging

 Data from the two most recent years
  is averaged
 Confidence interval is also applied
Achievement Series
What is it?
   Web based
   Assessment tool – formative/summative
   Standards-based
   Print or online testing delivery
   Questions written for standards
     Note  always look for SD DOE pool as these are written
      to assess SD content standards in Reading and Math.
Demo

   Log in to
    www.achievementseries.com
    student1a  through student 33a
    66-8161-7816
    Test ID: 84934

Senteo / Smart Response System
    escWorks registration
   PD registration management system of SD DOE
   You must activate your account
   Tracks your PD
   Evaluation system
   Calendar of PD available and subscriptions

http://www.escweb.net/sd_esa2/catalog/calendar.aspx
Emetric
  SD STEP scores
 Web-based

 Mine data to the individual student level/standards

https://solutions1.emetric.net/SDSTEP/
 Username: sddoe

 Password: sddoemh
ESA2 Lending Library

   www.edec.org/esa
     Lending library tab on the left
     Check out by emailing esa2@edec.org
     Tons of resources!
Questions?

				
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