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									            Overview

• “School Grading Rule” 6A-1.09981
• Proposed CS/SB 1522
• ESEA Waiver



               CAO
            March 2012
     Simulated Florida School Grade Distribution
 Actual 2011, New Achievement Level Standards and
SWDs and ELLs Included, and Removal of ESE Schools,
       Low 25% Target, and Reading Threshold




                                          Adapted from FDOE
 Simulated SDPBC School Grade Distribution
Actual 2011, New Achievement Level Standards
 and SWDs and ELLs and ESE Schools Included




                                      Adapted from FDOE
    FY2011 Simulated School Grades
           Urban 7 Districts

               A     B     C     D      F
BROWARD        40%   17%   23%   10%   10%
DADE           37%   11%   24%   15%   13%
DUVAL          21%    9%   28%   24%   18%
HILLSBOROUGH   27%   19%   30%   17%    8%
ORANGE         35%   13%   30%   15%    7%
PALM BEACH     47%   14%   25%    8%    7%
PINELLAS       29%   19%   23%   14%   15%
“School Grading Rule”
     6A-1.09981

STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
APPROVED FEBRUARY 28, 2012

    Overview of Changes
ALL SCHOOL LEVELS

 •Performance
 •Learning Gains
 •Low 25% Gains
School Assessment Grading Matrix
READING   MATH   WRITING   SCIENCE
PERFORMANCE



LEARNING GAINS



 LOW 25% GAINS
1 – New Achievement Scale and Levels
  READING    MATH     WRITING   SCIENCE
  PERFORMANCE

    1          1
  LEARNING GAINS      1: FCAT 2.0 Reading (All)
    1          1         FCAT 2.0 Math (ES, MS)
   LOW 25% GAINS         Algebra 1 EOC (MS, HS)
    1          1


 *FY11 scores placed on new achievement scale & levels
   2 & 3 – ELL and SWD Students
READING   MATH    WRITING   SCIENCE
PERFORMANCE

1,2,3     1,2,3    2,3       2,3
LEARNING GAINS    2 & 3: ELL who are enrolled
1,2,3     1,2,3          in a U.S. school 1 year
                         or more
 LOW 25% GAINS
                         All SWD
1,2,3     1,2,3
4 – New SWD FAA Learning Gains Model
 READING    MATH     WRITING   SCIENCE
  PERFORMANCE



  LEARNING GAINS     4: SWD students in Level 1, 2 or
 1,2,3,4   1,2,3,4
                        3 who score at the same FAA
                        level in prior and current year,
  LOW 25% GAINS         and
 1,2,3     1,2,3     • increase relative to their prior-
                        year score by more than the
                        statewide standard error
5 - Replace DSS Learning Gains Model
 READING    MATH      WRITING   SCIENCE
  PERFORMANCE



  LEARNING GAINS      5: Students in Level 1 or 2
 1,2,3,4, 1,2,3,4,      who score at the same level
    5        5
  LOW 25% GAINS
                        in prior and current year
                            Level 1 = +2 DSS points
 1,2,3,5   1,2,3, 5         Level 2 = +1 DSS point
                            beyond average grade to grade
                            growth of the state
6 & 7 – Weighted Learning Gains for
       Level 4 and 5 Students
 READING   MATH     WRITING   SCIENCE
 PERFORMANCE



 LEARNING GAINS     6 & 7: Students who move
1,2,3,4, 1,2,3,4,          1 or more levels to
 5,6,7    5,6,7
  LOW 25% GAINS
                                  Level 4 = 1.1 weight
 1,2,3,    1,2,3,                 Level 5 = 1.2 weight
 5,6,7     5,6,7
  8 - Removes Level 3 students from
       Low 25% Gains calculation
READING    MATH     WRITING   SCIENCE
 PERFORMANCE



 LEARNING GAINS



 LOW 25% GAINS
 1,2,3     1,2,3
5,6,7,8   5,6,7,8
              Postpones to FY2013
READING    MATH      WRITING   SCIENCE
 PERFORMANCE
 1,a

 LEARNING GAINS   a: Less than 25% at Level 3+
                      reading - reduce 1 school
                      letter grade
  LOW 25% GAINS
                  b: Low 25% Adequate Progress
1,2,3,5, 1,2,3,5,
                     penalty
6,7,8,b   6,7,8, b
Elementary School
 Grading Criteria
    for FY2012
FY12 Elementary School Grading Criteria
 READING     MATH      WRITING   SCIENCE
  PERFORMANCE

 1,2,3,a     1,2,3       2,3      2,3

  LEARNING GAINS       1: New Achievement Scale and Levels
 1,2,3,4,   1,2,3,4,   2 & 3: ELL & SWD students
  5,6,7      5,6,7     4: New SWD FAA learning gains model
  LOW 25% GAINS        5: Replace DSS learning gains model
                       6 & 7: Weighted Level 4 & 5 learning gains
 1,2,3,5    1,2,3,5
 6,7,8,b    6,7,8,b    8: Removes L3+ from L25% gains calculation
                       a. Postpones L3+ reading threshold penalty
                       b. Postpones Low 25% adequate progress
                          penalty
5 - Replace DSS Learning Gains Model
 Minimum increase in vertical scale scores to make a learning gain for
 students who remain at Level 1 or 2.

  Reading        Level 1 Level 2                Math              Level 1 Level 2
Grade 3 to 4        12           11         Grade 3 to 4                16   15
Grade 4 to 5        10            9         Grade 4 to 5                10    9
      FCAT 2.0 Reading and Mathematics developmental scales are
      located in the resources section at the end of this slide show.
5 - Replace DSS Learning Gains Model
 Minimum increase in vertical scale scores to make a learning gain for
 students who remain at Level 1 or 2
  Reading        Level 1 Level 2                Math              Level 1 Level 2
Grade 3 to 4        12          11          Grade 3 to 4             16     15
Grade 4 to 5        10           9          Grade 4 to 5             10      9
         FCAT 2.0 Reading and Mathematics developmental scales are
         located in the resources section at the end of this slide show.
                Elementary School
              FY2012 Grading Criteria
 READING        MATH       WRITING      SCIENCE          ACCELERATED
                                                         COURSEWORK
  PERFORMANCE                                            PART/PERF
                                                    Postpones to FY2013
  100           100          100         100             Alg. 1 EOC


  LEARNING GAINS
                           A = 525 or more and 95% tested
  100           100        B = 495 – 524 and 90% tested
                           C = 435 – 494 and 90% tested
  LOW 25% GAINS
                           D = 395 – 434 and 90% tested
  100           100        F = Less than 395 and 90% tested
Postpones to FY2013: Low 25% Adequate Progress penalty
                     L3+ reading threshold penalty
Middle School Changes
      for FY2012
         Middle School
 Mathematics Higher of Two Scores
READING   MATH   WRITING   SCIENCE
PERFORMANCE

           1

LEARNING GAINS   1: Includes FCAT 2.0 Math or
           1
                    Algebra 1 EOC
                   Uses higher of the two scores
LOW 25% GAINS

           1
                  Middle School
                Postpones to 2013
READING      MATH    WRITING   SCIENCE     ACCELERATED
                                           COURSEWORK
              PERFORMANCE                   PART/PERF
                                         Postpones to FY2013
                                            Algebra 1 EOC

   LEARNING GAINS
                     • Postpones Accelerated
                       Coursework Component
   LOW 25% GAINS
                        • Algebra 1 EOC
FY12 Middle School Grading Criteria
 READING     MATH       WRITING    SCIENCE       ACCELERATED
                                                 COURSEWORK
 PERFORMANCE                                     PART/PERF
                                              Postpones to FY2013
 1,2,3,a     1,2,3        2,3        2,3         Algebra 1 EOC


 LEARNING GAINS         1: New Achievement Scale and Levels, including
                           Algebra 1 EOC
 1,2,3,4,   1,2,3,4,    2 & 3: ELL & SWD students
  5,6,7      5,6,7      4: New SWD FAA learning gains model
 LOW 25% GAINS          5: Replace DSS learning gains model
                        6 & 7: Weighted Level 4 & 5 learning gains
1,2,3,4,5, 1,2,3,4,5,
                        8: Removes L3+ from L25% gains calculation
 6,7,8,b    6,7,8,b
                        a. Postpones L3+ reading threshold penalty
                        b. Postpones Low 25% adequate progress penalty
                        - Postpones Accelerated Coursework, Alg. 1 EOC
5 - Replace DSS Learning Gains Model
 Minimum increase in vertical scale scores to make a learning gain
 for students who remain at Level 1 or 2
  Reading       Level 1 Level 2                Math              Level 1 Level 2
Grade 5 to 6        9           8          Grade 5 to 6             10      9
Grade 6 to 7        8           7          Grade 6 to 7              9      8
Grade 7 to 8        7           6          Grade 7 to 8             11     10


        FCAT 2.0 Reading and Mathematics developmental scales are
        located in the resources section at the end of this slide show.
                  Middle School
              FY2012 Grading Criteria
 READING        MATH       WRITING      SCIENCE          ACCELERATED
                                                         COURSEWORK
 PERFORMANCE                                             PART/PERF
                                                    Postpones to FY2013
  100           100          100         100           Algebra 1 EOC


  LEARNING GAINS
                           A = 525 or more and 95% tested
  100           100        B = 495 – 524 and 90% tested
                           C = 435 – 494 and 90% tested
  LOW 25% GAINS
                           D = 395 – 434 and 90% tested
  100           100        F = Less than 395 and 90% tested
Postpones to FY2013: Low 25% Adequate Progress penalty
                      L3+ reading threshold penalty
High School Changes
     for FY2012
               High School
2 - Applies Algebra 1 EOC to Math Cells
 READING    MATH     WRITING   SCIENCE
 PERFORMANCE

                2a

LEARNING GAINS
                     2a: Passing scores of middle
                2b    school students entering
LOW 25% GAINS         grade 9
                2c   2b & c: Grade 9 students who
                      took Alg. 1 EOC and have
                      prior FCAT 2.0 Math scores
  FY12 High School Grading Criteria
READING    MATH     WRITING   Weights R, M, W components by
                               SCIENCE
PERFORMANCE                   1.143 to equate to an 800-point
                              scale
                              Postpones
1,3,4,a   2,3,4      3,4      to FY2013

LEARNING GAINS      1: New Reading Achievement Scale and Levels
                    2: Algebra 1 EOC in Math cells
 1,3,4,    2,3,4
                    3 & 4: ELL & SWD students
5,6,7,8   5,6,7,8
                    5: New SWD FAA learning gains model
 LOW 25% GAINS      6: Replace DSS learning gains model
1,3,4,6   2,3,4,6   7 & 8: Weighted Level 4 & 5 learning gains
7,8,9,b   7,8,9,b   9: Removes L3+ from L25% gains calculation
                    a: Postpones L3+ reading threshold penalty
                    b: Postpones Low 25% adequate progress penalty
                    c: Postpones Science in calculation
                High School
   5 - Replace DSS Learning Gains Model
  Minimum increase in vertical scale scores to make a learning gain
  for students who remain at Level 1 or 2
    Reading     Level 1 Level 2         Math       Level 1 Level 2
                                                                                      Increase in common
Grade 8 to 9                  6               5            Grade 8 to 9               scale* score
Grade 9 to                                                                            Increase in common
                              8               7            Grade 9 to 10
10                                                                                    scale* score


               FCAT 2.0 Reading and Mathematics developmental scales are
               located in the resources section at the end of this slide show.




• Common scale score refers to a score that is assigned on both the Algebra 1 EOC and the prior-year FCAT 2.0
  Math
• FDOE will determine the common scale at a later date.
              High School
  FY2012 FCAT/FCAT 2.0 Grading Criteria
ASSESSMENT COMPONENTS         OTHER COMPONENTS         A = 1050 or more,
Read    Math     Writing   Accel.    Grad      College    95% tested, and
                                     Rate      Ready
                                                          meet At-risk Grad.
 PERFORMANCE               PART.    OVERALL   READING
                                                          criteria
                                                       B = 990 – 1049 and
100      100      100      175       200        100
                                                          90% tested
LEARNING GAINS             PERF.     AT -      MATH C = 870 – 989 and
                                     RISK                  90% tested
100      100               125       100        100 D = 790 – 869 and
                                                           90% tested
LOW 25% GAINS                                          F = Less than 790 and
100      100                                              90% tested
  Postpones to FY2013: Low 25% Adequate Progress penalty
                       L3+ reading threshold penalty
                       Science in calculation
      High School
Additional Components
                 High School
10 – Changes to Grad Rate & At-Risk Grad Rate
  ACCELERATION
                   GRAD
                   RATE
                            COLLEGE
                             READY
                                               50/50
  PARTICIPATION   OVERALL   READING   10a: Federal Uniform
                                           Rate (4 year
                   10a,b
                                           adjusted cohort)
 PERFORMANCE      AT-RISK    MATH     10b: Modified Federal
                                           Uniform Rate (5
                   10a,b
                                           year adjusted
                                           cohort) – includes
                                           SWD who earn
                                           special diplomas
                  High School
11 – Changes At-Risk Graduation Rate Threshold
ACCELERATION     GRAD     COLLEGE   11: Changes threshold
                 RATE      READY    from 75% to 65% to
PARTICIPATION   OVERALL   READING   earn “A”, or:
                                    - If current year rate is
                                    at least 55%, improve
PERFORMANCE     AT-RISK    MATH     by at least 1% point
                                    over the prior year’s
                  11                rate
                                     - If current year rate is
                                    below 55%, improve by
                                    at least five 5% points
                                    over the prior year’s
                                    rate
               High School
12 – Accelerated Coursework Participation
ACCELERATION
                 GRAD     COLLEGE   12: Includes grade
                 RATE      READY
                                    9 & 10 students who
PARTICIPATION   OVERALL   READING
                                    take an accelerated
     12                             exam and/or dual
                                    enrollment course
PERFORMANCE     AT-RISK    MATH
                                    (FAA students not included)
                   High School
           13 – Growth/Decline Points
ACCELERATION
                 GRAD.    COLLEGE   13: Limits maximum in
                 RATE      READY
                                    each component to 10
PARTICIPATION   OVERALL   READING
                                    points, limits minimum
    13            13        13      to 5 points
                                              Growth
PERFORMANCE     AT-RISK    MATH
                                    0 to 4% points = 0 points
     13           13        13      5 to 9% points = 5 points
                                    10% + points = 10 points

                                             Decline
                                    10% or greater points = 5
                                    point reduction
 FY12 High School Grading Criteria Changes
Based on “School Grading Rule” 6A-1.09981
ACCELERATION
                 GRAD.       COLLEGE   10: Changes to Grad. Rate &
                 RATE         READY        At-Risk Grad. Rate
PARTICIPATION   OVERALL      READING   11: Changes At-Risk Grad. Rate
                                           Threshold
    12,13        10, 13        13      12: Accelerated Coursework
                                           Participation
PERFORMANCE     AT-RISK       MATH     13: Growth/Decline Points

     13         10, 11, 13     13
              High School
  FY2012 FCAT/FCAT 2.0 Grading Criteria
ASSESSMENT COMPONENTS      ADDITIONAL COMPONENTS  A = 1050 or more,
Read    Math     Writing   Accel. Grad.   College    95% tested, and
                                  Rate    Ready
                                                     meet At-risk Grad.
 PERFORMANCE               PART. OVERALL READING
                                                     criteria
                                                  B = 990 – 1049 and
100      100      100      150    200      100
                                                     90% tested
LEARNING GAINS             PERF. AT-RISK MATH C = 870 – 989 and
                                                      90% tested
100      100               150    100      100 D = 790 – 869 and

LOW 25% GAINS                                         90% tested
                                                  F = Less than 790 and
100      100
                                                     90% tested
  Postpones to FY2013: Low 25% Adequate Progress penalty
                       L3+ reading threshold penalty
                       Science in calculation
Proposed CS/SB 1522




  Overview of Changes
             Proposed CS/SB 1522
• Eliminates differentiated accountability categories

• FDOE identifies public schools for interventions based upon
  a school earning a grade of “D” or “F”
   – Convert the school to a district-managed turnaround school
   – Reassign students to another school and monitor the progress of
     each reassigned student
   – Close the school and reopen it as one or more charter schools,
     each with a governing board with a demonstrated record of
     effectiveness
   – Contract with an outside entity that has a demonstrated record of
     effectiveness to operate the school
   – Districts to develop a hybrid version of the four existing options or
     use another school turnaround model demonstrated to be
     effective in improving school performance
    Elementary and
Secondary Education Act
     (ESEA) Waiver
        USDOE
Approved February 9, 2012
     Overview of Changes
              ESEA Waiver
• Includes ELL students who have been in the
  country more than one year in all
  components of the school grading system

• Includes all SWD students in all components
  of the school grading system
               ESEA Waiver
• Determines support status by using school
  grades

• Identifies only schools graded as “C”, “D”, or
  “F” for differentiated support
Differentiated Support of Schools
       Support       C   D   F
              ESEA Waiver
• Establishes monitoring of student NCLB
  groups by FDOE, districts, and schools using
  FDOE annual reports
         PROGRESS MONITORING REPORT

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              RESOURCES
http://www.fldoe.org/esea/
• Commissioner of Education Video
• FDOE PowerPoint as PDF
• FAQs
  Florida State Board of Education
February 28, 2012 Meeting Materials
• Approval of Amendment to Rule 6A-1.09981,
  Implementation of Florida's System of School
  Improvement and Accountability (PDF, 333KB)
• February 27, 2012, Letter of Clarification and Direction
  from USDOE re: ESEA Waiver (PDF, 458KB)
   – Florida's School Grading System - 2011-12 Changes
     Presentation (PDF, 975KB)
   – Amendment #1 (PDF, 436KB)
   – Amendment #2 (PDF, 25KB)
   – Amendment #3 (PDF, 76KB) Not taken up.
   – Amendment #4 (PDF, 37KB)
   – Amendment #5 (PDF, 84KB)
   – Amendment #6 (PDF, 81KB)
     FCAT 2.0 Reading
Developmental Scale Scores
  FCAT 2.0 Mathematics
Developmental Scale Scores

								
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