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					Putting Children First
Jonathan P. Raymond, Superintendent
September 2009 Academic Performance Index Adequate Yearly Progress Program Improvement

Academic Performance Index
What is Academic Performance Index?
The State accountability model is a “Growth Model.” A numeric index that reflects the academic performance level of a school or district on statewide testing Ranges from 200 to 1000 points Goal is for schools and districts, and subgroups in schools and districts, to reach API of 800 by 2014 The 2008 Base API establishes a new baseline against which 2009 results are compared—this is the "Growth API" Target

Academic Performance Index
Assessments Used
California Standards Tests (CST) in English-language arts, mathematics, science and social science California Modified Assessment (CMA) in English-language arts, mathematics and science California Alternate Performance Assessment (CAPA) in Englishlanguage arts and mathematics California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE) in English-language arts and mathematics
API Targets 2009 - 2014

Year

API Goal

Year

API Goal

2009 2010 2011

650 680 710

2012 2013 2014

740 770 800

Academic Performance Index
1000 900 800
Growth District +11 County +11 State +14

735 746

744 755

741 755

700 600 500 400 300 200 100
2008 2009 2008 2009 2008 2009

District

County

State

Academic Performance Index
50 45 40 Number of Schools 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 900+ 800-899 District 700-799 Below 700 3 3 4 13 19 20 33 28 21 38 43 41

800+ API
2009 = 24 2008 = 22 2007 = 16

2007

2008

2009

API – Meeting Growth Targets
Sacramento City Unified School District

• 59 out of 86 schools met School-wide API targets (69%)
– 70% Elementary schools – 80% Middle schools – 54% High schools

• 44 out of 86 schools met Subgroup API targets (51%)
– 54% Elementary schools – 40% Middle schools – 46% High schools

API – Meeting Growth Targets
Sacramento City Unified School District

• 59 out of 86 schools met School-wide API targets (69%)
– 70% Elementary schools – 80% Middle schools – 54% High schools

• 44 out of 86 schools met Subgroup API targets (51%)
– 54% Elementary schools – 40% Middle schools – 46% High schools

API – Significant Gains
50-69 Point Gain
St. Hope PS7 (69) Joseph Bonnheim (62) G. W. Carver (59) H. Harkness (59) Ethel Phillips (58) Pacific (58) Freeport (57) Lisbon (57) Bowling Green (51) Sam Brannan (50)

30-49 Point Gain
Woodbine (48) Bret Harte (40) Capitol Heights Academy (40) School of Engineering and Sciences (38) Caleb Greenwood (35) Collis P. Huntington (35) Kit Carson Middle (35) New Technology High (33) David Lubin (32) Rosa Parks Middle (32) California Middle (30)

API – Significant Gains
20-29 Point Gain
Theodore Judah (29) Isador Cohen (28) Mark Hopkins (27) John Still (26) Sol Aureus College Preparatory (26) West Campus (26) Caroline Wenzel (23) Hollywood Park (22) John Sloat (20)

10-19 Point Gain (continued)
The Language Academy (19) Sequoia (17) O. W. Erlewine (15) Crocker/Riverside (14) Sutter Middle (13) A. M. Winn (12) Sacramento Charter (12) American Legion (11) C. K. McClatchy (11) Fruit Ridge (11) John Bidwell (11) Martin Luther King (11) A. Benjamin H.P. (10)

10-19 Point Gain
Earl Warren (19) Matsuyama (19)

Academic Performance Index
API 900+
Crocker-Riverside (934) Phoebe Hearst (934) Genevieve Didion (928) West Campus (913)

API 800-899 (continued)
Sutterville (853) Caleb Greenwood (845) Sequoia (844) Isador Cohen (842) Hubert Bancroft (841) David Lubin (836) O. W. Erlewine (833) Capitol Heights (828) Leonardo da Vinci (827) School of Engineering and Sciences (817) Thomas Jefferson (815) Caroline Wenzel (806) Earl Warren (801)

API 800-899
Camellia (894) Matsuyama (892) Sutter Middle (884) St. HOPE PS7 (873) Pony Express (867) Theodore Judah (863) Golden Empire (862)

Academic Performance Index
API 750-799
Lisbon (798) Martin Luther King, Jr. (798) Sam Brannan Middle (798) John Bidwell (795) William Land (791) Elder Creek (790) James Marshall (784) Albert Einstein Middle (784) Parkway (780) Bret Harte (773) Hollywood Park (773) Abraham Lincoln (772) California Middle (772) California Montessori (771)

API 750-799 (continued)
Nicholas (765) Ethel Phillips (763) John Sloat (760) John F. Kennedy High (760) C. K. McClatchy (757) A. M. Winn (755) Tahoe (755) Mark Twain (753) Peter Burnett (753)

Academic Performance Index
API 700-749
Bowling Green (746) Washington (745) Maple (739) Joseph Bonnheim (734) Woodbine (733) Sacramento Charter High (731) Cesar Chavez (730) Pacific (728) Mark Hopkins (726) John Cabrillo (724) Clayton B. Wire (720) Sol Aureus (720) Susan B. Anthony (718) Language Academy (714)

API 700-749

(continued)

John F. Morse (713) Will C. Wood Middle (709) Rosemont High (707) Edward Kemble (705) Ethel I. Baker (704) Freeport (703)

Academic Performance Index
API Below 700
H. W. Harkness (699) Collis P. Huntington (695) John H. Still (689) New Technology High (688) Kit Carson Middle (679) Fruit Ridge (676) Alice Birney (666) Rosa Parks Middle (666) Jedediah Smith (659) The MET (656) Health Professions High (654) Oak Ridge (649) Fern Bacon Middle (638) G. W. Carver (637)

API Below 700

(continued)

Luther Burbank High (632) Fr. Keith B. Kenny (631) Hiram W. Johnson High (617) Genesis High (583) Capital City Indep. (554) American Legion (512) Marian Anderson (508)

API – District by Subgroups
African American +8 American Indian +17 Asian +14 Filipino +26 Hispanic +13 Pacific Islander + 21 White +12 Socioeconomically Disadvantaged +10 English Learners +11 Students with Disabilities +2
700 650 600 550 500
African American American Indian Asian Filipino Hispanic Pacific Islander White SED English Learners SWD

900 850 800 750

837 790
776 811

819
807

740
723

706
693

714
693

707
697

697
686

673
665

548

550

2008 Base

2009 API

AYP – Comparisons
Seven Similar Districts and Criteria
Fresno Long Beach Los Angeles Oakland San Bernardino San Diego San Francisco Enrollment > 40,000 Free/Reduced Lunch > 50% EL population > 20% African American and Hispanic both > 10% Traditional minority population > 70% Students with Disabilities > 4,500

API– Comparisons
Similar Districts API
1000 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 0
Fresno Long Beach Los Angeles Oakland San Bernardino San Diego San Francisco SCUSD State

702

751 681

767 695 680

777

746

755

API – Comparisons
Surrounding Districts API
1000 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 0
Elk Grove Natomas SCUSD San Juan Stockton Twin Rivers

786

730

746

786 659 707

Adequate Yearly Progress
The Federal No Child Left Behind (NCLB) accountability model—a “Status Model”: Meets or Does Not Meet AYP Criteria for Meeting AYP (applied to district, schools and numerically significant subgroups)
Specified Percent At or Above Proficient in EnglishLanguage arts and Mathematics Participation Rate in ELA and Math (95%) API Indicator (650 or 1 point growth) High School Graduation Rate (83.1% or +.1% for oneyear or +.2% for two-year change)

Adequate Yearly Progress

AYP TARGETS 2009 2010 2011
AYP targets will increase about 11% until 2014 with 100% of the students at proficient levels.

2012 78.4 79.0 77.8 77.4 78.0 78.2

2013 89.2 89.5 88.9 88.7 89.0 89.1

2014 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100%

Grades 2-8
English-Language Arts

46.0 47.5 44.5 43.5 45.0 45.5

56.8 58.0 55.6 54.8 56.0 56.4

67.6 68.5 66.7 66.1 67.0 67.3

Grades 2-8
Mathematics

Grade 10
English-Language Arts

Grade 10
Mathematics

District
English-Language Arts

District
Mathematics

Adequate Yearly Progress
Subgroups African American American Indian Asian Filipino Hispanic Pacific Islander White Socio-economically Disadvantaged English Learners Students with Disabilities

Sacramento City Unified School District Schools Meeting AYP Targets 100% 40 schools 90-99% 18 schools 80-89% 9 schools 70-79% 9 schools 60-69% 5 schools 50-59% 7 schools

Adequate Yearly Progress
Subgroups African American American Indian Asian Filipino Hispanic Pacific Islander White Socio-economically Disadvantaged English Learners Students with Disabilities

Elementary Schools that made AYP targets
Bowling Green (21) Bret Harte (21) California Montessori (5) Camellia (21) Capitol Heights (17) C. P. Huntington (17) Crocker/Riverside (13) David Lubin (21) Earl Warren (21) Elder Creek (21) Ethel Phillips (17) Freeport (21) Genevieve Didion (13) Golden Empire (25) Isador Cohen (23) John Bidwell (23) John Morse Waldorf (13) Joseph Bonnheim (17) Mark Hopkins (23) Martin Luther King (25) Matsuyama (29) O. W. Erlewine (15) Pacific (21) Parkway (27) Peter Burnett (21) Phoebe Hearst (17) Pony Express (29) Sequoia (21) St. HOPE PS7 (13) Sutterville (25) Theodore Judah (17) Thomas Jefferson (11) William Land (19) Woodbine (24)

Adequate Yearly Progress
Subgroups African American American Indian Asian Filipino Hispanic Pacific Islander White Socio-economically Disadvantaged English Learners Students with Disabilities

Secondary Schools that made AYP targets
Middle Schools
Sam Brannan (29) Sol Aureus College Prep (5) Success Academy (5)

High Schools
Arthur Benjamin H. P. (10) New Technology (6) West Campus (22)

Schools that made 95-99.9% of AYP targets
A. M. Winn (26 of 27) Caleb Greenwood (20 of 21) C. Wenzel (24 of 25) C. B. Wire (24 of 25) H. Harkness (20 of 21) Hollywood Park (18 of 19) James Marshall (24 of 25) Mark Twain (20 of 21) School of Eng & Sci (20 of 21) Sutter Middle (28 of 29)

Adequate Yearly Progress
Subgroups African American American Indian Asian Filipino Hispanic Pacific Islander White Socio-economically Disadvantaged English Learners Students with Disabilities

Schools that made 90-94.9% of AYP Targets
Abraham Lincoln (23 of 25) Hubert Bancroft (16 of 17) Tahoe (21 of 23) Washington (16 Of 17) Kit Carson Middle (23 of 25) C. K. McClatchy High (24 of 26) John F. Kennedy High (27 of 30) Sacramento Charter High (17 of 18)

AYP – Program Improvement
Failure to make adequate yearly progress (AYP) toward statewide proficiency goals are subject to improvement and corrective action measures. In California, Program Improvement (PI) is the formal designation for Title I-funded schools and Districts that fail to make AYP for two consecutive years.

AYP – Program Improvement Status
Year 1 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5

15 3 6 12 4 9

5 5 7 3 10 10

4 6 3 9 8 1

5 3 6 5 2 2

8 7 2 1 1

Number of schools for each year by PI Status.

AYP – Program Improvement
School PI Status ELA Math API

A. M. Winn Bowling Green Clayton B. Wire C. P. Huntington Edward Kemble Ethel I. Baker Ethel Phillips Father K. B. Kenny Freeport Fruit Ridge Hollywood Park

Year 1 Year 3 Year 2 Year 2 Year 1 Year 1 Year 4 Year 5 Year 5 Year 1 Year 1

No Yes No Yes No No Yes No Yes No No

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes

AYP – Program Improvement
School PI Status ELA Math API

Jedediah Smith John Still Joseph Bonnheim Maple Mark Hopkins Mark Twain Oak Ridge Pacific Susan B. Anthony Tahoe
The Language Acad. Washington

Year 5 Year 5 Year 4 Year 1 Year 2 Year 1 Year 4 Year 3 Year 1 Year 1 Year 4 Year 1

No No Yes No Yes No No Yes No No No No

No No Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes No Yes

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

AYP – Program Improvement
School PI Status ELA Math API

Albert Einstein California Fern Bacon Kit Carson Rosa Parks Sam Brannan Will C. Wood

Year 1 Year 5 Year 5 Year 2 Year 5 Year 2 Year 5

No No No No No Yes No

No No No Yes No Yes No

Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes

AYP – Program Improvement
School PI Status ELA Math API Grad. Rate

American Legion Capital City (Independent) G. W. Carver Hiram Johnson Luther Burbank Rosemont Sacramento Charter High

Year 3 Year 1 Year 1 Year 4 Year 1 Year 1 Year 3

No No Yes No No No Yes

No No Yes No No No No

Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

No No No No No Yes Yes

AYP – District by Subgroups
Subgroups African American American Indian Asian Filipino Hispanic Pacific Islander White Socio-economically Disadvantaged English Learners Students with Disabilities

English-Language Arts
District African American American Indian Asian Filipino Hispanic Pacific Islander White SED English Learners SWD 0 10 20 28.5 30 40 50 60 70 80 40.1 35.6 40.7 42.2 66.8 38.1 51.7 53.5 67.5 49.3

State

52.4 40.1 45.8 74.8 69.2 39.2 50.1 70.3 38.6 33.5 30.7
90 100

2009 Percent Proficient Target 45.0

AYP – District by Subgroups
Subgroups African American American Indian Asian Filipino Hispanic Pacific Islander White Socio-economically Disadvantaged English Learners Students with Disabilities

Mathematics
District African American American Indian Asian Filipino Hispanic Pacific Islander White SED English Learners SWD 0 10 20 30 32.9 40 50 60 70 80 48.5 50.3 46.7 42.7 68.3 40.4 49.0 68.1 73.9 55.2

State

54.5 37.9 45.9 81.1 70.5 44.0 52.1 67.7 43.9 43.0 32.3
90 100

2009 Percent Proficient Target 45.5

AYP – Comparisons
Similar Districts AYP
Percent of Targets Met
100 90 80 70 60 50 40
38 out of 46 35 out of 46 33 out of 44 35 out of 46 38 out of 46 33 out of 46 36 out of 46 37 out of 46 35 out of 46
State

83 72 76 75 76

83

78

80

76

30 20 10 0

Fresno

Long Beach Los Angeles

Oakland

San Bernardino

San Diego

San Francisco

SCUSD

Percent of AYP Targets Met

AYP – Comparisons
Surrounding Districts AYP
Percent of Targets Met
100 90 80 70 60 50 40
41 out of 46 30 out of 42 37 out of 46 38 out of 46 29 out of 46 30 out of 46
Twin Rivers

89 80 71

83 63 65

30 20 10 0

Elk Grove

Natomas

SCUSD

San Juan

Stockton

Percent of AYP Targets Met


				
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