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					2008 Accountability Assessments Performance Adequate Yearly Progress

2008 Assessment Update
MCA-II Requirement Math, Reading, Science GRAD Requirement Reading and Writing Adequate Yearly Progress

Jason M. Molesky
Assessment and Accountability Coordinator Lakeville Area Public Schools

Background and Results 2008-2009 Assessment Plan

2008 ACT Results
Lakeville Students improved in ACT Performance - 23.6 Average 655 Students participated (Class of 2008) ACT is a curriculum-based measure of college readiness English, math, reading, science, writing (optional)
ACT Performance Trends
24 23 22 21 20

MCA-II and GRAD Tests
Required No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Accountability Measures Designed to measure proficiency against Minnesota State Standards One component of Comprehensive Assessment Plan

Grades 3-8: Math and Reading MCA-II Grade 9: Written Composition GRAD Grade 10: Reading MCA-II/GRAD
Lakeville State National

Grade 11: Math MCA-II Grades 5, 8, High School: Science MCA-II

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

Proficiency
Students earn a “scale score” on each assessment. Scale scores are categorized by 4 descriptors:
G01 G50 G99
% Proficient 100

2008 Reading: Grades 3-8
MCA-II Reading Grades 3-8
88 89 79 80 83 72 84 83 73 68 74 77 70 74 65

75

78

78 66

D

P

M
Meets Standards

E
Exceeds Standards

50

Does Not Meet Partially Meets Standards Standards

25

“Proficient” NCLB Goal: 100% Proficient by 2014

0

3

4
Lakeville 2007

5
Lakeville 2008

6

7
State 2008

8

2008 Math: Grades 3-8,11
MCA-II Mathematics Grades 3-8, 11
100
89 90 81 81 81 72 79 81 66 68 77 64 65 68 61

2008 Science: Grades 5,8,HS
New 2008 Assessment Grades 5, 8, High School
MCA-II Science Grades 5,8,HS
100

75 % Proficient

74

50

58 47 49 34

Does not count towards Adequate Yearly Progress

% Proficient

70

Online Testing Environment

75

50

52 39

51 38

55 43

25

25

0

3

4 Lakeville 2007

5

6 Lakeville 2008

7 State

8

11

0

5 Lakeville 2008

8 State

HS

MCA-II / GRAD Assessment
Students must pass to graduate 2008 Writing - Grade 9 2008 Reading - Grade 10 2009 Math - Grade 11
“MCA-II”
GRAD Only Items
15 Questions

2008 GRAD Reading: Grade 10
MCA-II/GRAD Reading Grade 10 100 85 74 71

GRAD Proficiency: 87.8% Lakeville North Increased 7% Lakeville South Increased 17% 9th largest increase statewide

75

50

Common Items
25 Questions

MCA-II Only Items
25 Questions

Field Test
20 Questions

25

0
Lakeville 2007

10
Lakeville 2008 State 2008

“GRAD”

2008 GRAD Writing: Grade 9
GRAD Written Composition Grade 9
100
96 97 90

Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP)
AYP is based on Participation and Proficiency Schools must meet all Proficiency Targets in Math and Reading to achieve “Making AYP” Status. Targets are set for All students as well as Subgroups Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic Black White Limited English Proficient Special Education Free/Reduced Priced Lunch

75

50

25

Lakeville students outperform state average in proficiency and in scores earned. Lakeville: 18.4% earned 5 or 6
9
Lakeville 2007 Lakeville 2008 State

0

State: 8.7% earned 5 or 6

Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP)
Proficiency Targets remained the same in 2006 and 2007 To meet the goal of 100% Proficiency in 2014, targets were increased in 2008 and will continue to climb.
Statewide Reading Index Rate Targets
Grade 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 2006 0.7222 0.6948 0.7193 0.7027 0.6563 0.6404 0.6477 2007 0.7222 0.6948 0.7193 0.7027 0.6563 0.6404 0.6477 2008 0.7619 0.7384 0.7594 0.7452 0.7054 0.6918 0.6980 2009 0.8016 0.7820 0.7995 0.7876 0.7545 0.7431 0.7484 2010 0.8413 0.8256 0.8396 0.8301 0.8036 0.7945 0.7987 2011 0.8809 0.8692 0.8797 0.8726 0.8527 0.8459 0.8490 2012 0.9206 0.9128 0.9198 0.9151 0.9018 0.8973 0.8993 2013 0.9603 0.9564 0.9599 0.9575 0.9509 0.9486 0.9497 2014 1.0000 1.0000 1.0000 1.0000 1.0000 1.0000 1.0000

Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP)
Proficiency Targets remained the same in 2006 and 2007 To meet the goal of 100% Proficiency in 2014, targets were increased in 2008 and will continue to climb.
Statewide Math Index Rate Targets
Grade 3 4 5 6 7 8 11 2006 0.7895 0.6964 0.5979 0.5989 0.5880 0.5839 0.2813 2007 0.7895 0.6964 0.5979 0.5989 0.5880 0.5839 0.2813 2008 0.8196 0.7398 0.6553 0.6562 0.6469 0.6433 0.3840 2009 0.8496 0.7831 0.7128 0.7135 0.7057 0.7028 0.4866 2010 0.8797 0.8265 0.7702 0.7708 0.7646 0.7622 0.5893 2011 0.9098 0.8699 0.8277 0.8281 0.8234 0.8217 0.6920 2012 0.9399 0.9133 0.8851 0.8854 0.8823 0.8811 0.7947 2013 0.9699 0.9566 0.9426 0.9427 0.9411 0.9406 0.8973 2014 1.0000 1.0000 1.0000 1.0000 1.0000 1.0000 1.0000

Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP)
MCA-II Mathematics

Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP)
15 Schools in ISD 194 - 80% met ALL AYP Targets
Met All Targets - Making AYP
Christina Huddleston Elementary Cherry View Elementary Eastview Elementary

100 75 50 25 0 All Asian Hispanic Black White
MCA-II Reading

Missed at least 1 Target - Not Making AYP
Crystal Lake Elementary Kenwood Trail Middle School Lakeville South High School ISD 194 Met 77% of Targets (7/9) Met 56% of Targets (9/16) Met 88% of Targets (7/8) Met 67% of Targets (12/18)

LEP

SpEd

FRP

Target Lakeville Not meeting targets

JFK Elementary Lake Marion Elementary Lakeview Elementary Oak Hills Elementary Orchard Lake Elementary Century Middle School McGuire Middle School Lakeville North High School

100 75 50 25 0 All Asian Hispanic Black White LEP SpEd FRP

Lakeville is committed to raising the achievement level of ALL students. Students showed growth. The growth was not always enough to meet the increased targets. MCA-II results indicate areas in which we need to devote more attention.

Lakeville Area Learning Center

2008-2009 Assessment Goal
Goal: Increase the learning and achievement level of all students. Utilize a variety of assessments to inform programming and instruction and better meet the needs of individual students MCA-II NWEA MAP - District Wide Assessments Classroom Assessments - Formative/Summative Every principal has reviewed MCA-II assessment data Setting building achievement goals Reviewing strengths/areas of concern Planning interventions/acceleration

2008-2009 Assessment Plan
Goal: Increase the learning and achievement level of all students. Utilize a variety of assessments to inform programming and instruction and better meet the needs of individual students .

Informed Instruction

Essential Learnings

Assessment Process Collaboration

2008 Accountability Assessments Performance Adequate Yearly Progress

Jason M. Molesky
Assessment and Accountability Coordinator Lakeville Area Public Schools