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					      Academic Excellence Indicator System


Annual Report and Public Hearing
           2008-2009




                  December 14, 2009
Academic Excellence Indicator System (AEIS)


    Comprehensive reporting system defined by statute

    Published annually since 1990-1991

    Gives parents and community a snapshot of
     – District/Campus Performance (Section I of AEIS Report)
     – District/Campus Profile (Section II of AEIS Report)
     – District Report for Current Year LEP Students (Section III of AEIS Report)

    Contains all data used to determine District/Campus accountability
     ratings

    Uses data collected through:
     – State data reporting system (PEIMS)
     – Student assessment system
AEIS Report
Overview – Three Sections


Cover Page
   District/Campus 2009 Accountability Rating
   District PBM Special Education Monitoring Results Status (if
    applicable)
   District/Campus 2009 Gold Performance Acknowledgments
 AEIS Report
 Overview – Three Sections

Section I: District/Campus Performance
   – Data for all indicators used to determine accountability ratings
        Spring 2009 TAKS Performance
        Spring 2009 TAKS-Accommodated Group 1 performance
        Completion Rate I for class of 2008
        2007-08 Annual Dropout Rate for grades 7 and 8
   – Disaggregated data by grade level
   – Data for indicators that are scheduled to be included in future
     accountability
        Accountability Preview for 2010
        College-Ready Graduates
        English Language Learner Progress Measure
AEIS Report
Overview – Three Sections


Section II: District/Campus Profile
   Demographic data about students and staff
   Program information
   Financial information
AEIS Report
Overview – Three Sections

Section III: Bilingual Education/English as a Second
Language Report
    New Section
    District Only Report
    Passed During the 80th Legislative Session to Report Performance for
     Bilingual/ESL Instructional Models
AEIS Report
Section I - Performance


• District/Campus performance indicators include:
   – TAKS Performance – Spring 2009
      •   “Met Standard” by grade, subject, and student group
      •   Comparison to 2008 performance
      •   Comparison to State and Region performance
      •   Achieved Commended Performance (~90% of the items correct)
AEIS Report
Section I - Performance


 District/Campus performance indicators include:
   – TAKS performance – Spring 2009
       Accountability Measure: “Met Standard”
       By subject (3-11) (or all grades tested at campus):
               Reading/ELA, Math, Writing, Science, Social Studies
        By student group
              » All Students, African American, Hispanic, White, Economically
                Disadvantaged
AEIS Report
Section I - Performance


 District/Campus performance indicators include:
   – TAKS Met 2010 Standard - PREVIEW
      2010 preview at Panel Recommendation
      “Met Standard” by grade, subject, and student group
      Comparison to State and Region performance
AEIS Report
Section I - Performance


 District/Campus performance indicators include:
   – TAKS/TAKS-Acc (Group 1) Participation Rates
       Sum of all grades by student group
   – TAKS Exit-Level Cumulative Pass Rate
   – Progress of Prior Year TAKS Failers
   – Student Success Initiative Results
AEIS Report
Section I - Performance


  District/Campus performance indicators include:
    – Attendance Rate
    – Annual Dropout Rate (2007-08)
        Grades 7-8 [Standard Accountability Measure]
        Grades 7-12 [Alternative Accountability Measure]
        Grades 9-12
    – Completion Rate II
        Class of 2008 (with GED) [Alternative Accountability Measure]
    – Completion Rate I
        Class of 2008 (without GED) [Standard Accountability Measure]
AEIS Report
Section I - Performance


  District/Campus performance indicators include:
    – Advanced Courses/Dual Enrollment
    – Recommended High School Program (RHSP)/Distinguished
      Achievement Program (DAP) Graduates
    – AP/IB Results
    – Texas Success Initiative – Higher Education Readiness
      Component (HERC)
    – SAT/ACT Results
    – College-Ready Graduates (Class of 2008)
AEIS Report
Key Issues for 2008-2009


  School Leaver Provision
    – No longer applies - Dropout rate or completion rate CAN be the cause of
      a lowered district/campus rating
  Texas Projection Measure (TPM)
    – TPM estimates whether a student is likely to pass TAKS assessments at a future
      grade.
    – For State Accountability, all students who met proficiency OR were predicted to
      meet proficiency at a future grade using TPM will be counted as proficient.
 • Vertical Scale
    – Reported in 2009; Full use in 2009-10 for TAKS Math and Reading, grades 3-8
    – Allows comparison of student test scores across grade levels in a subject
    – Cut scores vary by grade and subject
AEIS: Accountability Standards


      Year        2009       2010       2011
    Standards    AA/Re/Ex   AA/Re/Ex   AA/Re/Ex

Reading/ELA      70/75/90   70/80/90   70/80/90

Writing          70/75/90   70/80/90   70/80/90

Social Studies   70/75/90   70/80/90   70/80/90

Mathematics      55/75/90   60/80/90   65/80/90

Science          50/75/90   55/80/90   60/80/90
AEIS: Accountability Standards


• Annual Dropout Rate (Grades 7-8)
    – Standards by Accountability Year (school year of
      dropout in parentheses)

                           2009        2010        2011
                           (2007-08)   (2008-09)   (2009-10)


Academically Acceptable,
Recognized, & Exemplary    ≤ 2.0       ≤ 1.8%      ≤ 1.6%
Standards
AEIS: Accountability Standards


   • Completion Rate (HS)
      – Grades 9-12 (2004-05 Freshman Class)
      – Final Decision: Standards by Accountability Year
        (freshman year of cohort in parentheses)

                                             State Standards
                                                 AA/RE/EX
     2008-2009 - Class of 2008
     2009-2010 - Class of 2009               75%/85%/95%
     2010-2011 - Class of 2010
2009 Accountability Ratings

 •   Burnet Consolidated ISD – Academically Acceptable
 •   Burnet High School – Academically Acceptable
 •   Quest High School – Academically Acceptable
 •   Burnet Middle School – Academically Acceptable
 •   RJ Elementary School – Recognized
 •   Bertram Elementary School – Recognized
 •   Shady Grove Elementary School - Exemplary
 •   Burnet Elementary School – Exemplary
                2009 TAKS Performance
                          State Accountability Table
100        92        93           94 94 94
                                             91                                            91        93
                86        88                                                                              87
 90                                                81        82                  81             82
                                                        76        76   77
 80                                                                                   70
 70                                                                         59
 60                                                                                                            All
 50
 40                                                                                                            Hispanic
 30
 20                                                                                                            White
 10                                                                                                            Eco. Dis.
  0
              A                      g                h                  e             s
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Rea
   d                           W                                            ial S
                                                                         Soc
2009 TAKS Performance
Reading/English Language Arts
      2009 TAKS Performance
                           Writing
                          99         98             99
100   93 90 94                 94         94 92
               89
90
80
                     67                                  All
70
60                                                       Hispanic
50                                                       White
40                                                       Eco. Dis.
30
                                                         Sp. Ed.
20
                                                         LEP
10
 0
           Grade 4                        Grade 7
2009 TAKS Performance
      Mathematics
          2009 TAKS Performance
                          Science
100
90
80
70
60                                                All
50                                                Hispanic
40
                                                  White
30
                                                  Eco. Dis.
20
                                                  Sp. Ed.
10
                                                  LEP
 0
      Grade 5   Grade 8     Grade 10   Grade 11
2009 TAKS Performance
     Social Studies
AEIS Report
Section II - Profile



 Student Information
  –   By grade
  –   Ethnicity
  –   Program areas
  –   Graduates
  –   Retention rates
  –   Class size
Completion Rate I

 Completion Rate I (HS)
     Grades 9-12
     4-year cohort measure                 Dropped    Graduated
     Formula:
                                              Out

        # Graduates + Continuers                       Continued
                                            Received
# Graduates + Continuers + GED + Dropouts                High
                                              GED
                                                        School
                                  Completion Rate I
                   (2008 Accountability Indicator)
                             4.6% 0.0%
                    4.1%




                                                             Graduated
                                                             Dropped Out
                                                             Continued HS
                                                             Received GED




                                               91.3%


 Percent of students (longitudinal measure) who first attended 9 th grade in 2004-
  2005 who graduated or who are continuing their education 4 years later:
     – Graduated with class of 2008 (or earlier)
     – Re-enrolled in school in fall of 2008
               District Profile Information
                                BCISD       BCISD       State
                              2006-2007   2007-2008   2007-2008
Attendance Rate                 94.8%       95.6%       95.5%
Dropout Rate (7-8)              0.0%        0.0%        0.3%
Dropout Rate (9-12)             1.3%        1.0%        3.2%
Completion Rate
 % Graduated                   92.1%       91.2%       79.1%
 GED                            1.3%        0.0%        1.5%
 Continued HS                   2.2%        4.6%        8.9%
 Dropped Out                    4.4%        4.1%       10.5%
% Advanced Courses              20.6%       19.8%       23.1%
% Recommended HSP/DAP           55.6%       69.0%       81.4%
AP/IB Results > = Criterion     22.2%         *         46.0%
                                 2008        2009        2009

Higher Ed Readiness - ELA        65%         59%         63%
                                 2008        2008        2008
Higher Ed Readiness - Math       55%         56%         62%
                    District Profile Information
                               BCISD   BCISD   BCISD   State
                                2007    2008    2009   2008
Ethnic Distribution
   African American            1.5%    1.5%    1.3%   14.2%
   Hispanic                   20.7%   20.8%   23.7%   47.9%
   White                      76.9%   76.8%   73.5%   34.0%
   Asian/Pacific Islander      0.5%    0.5%   0.06%    3.6%
   Native American             0.4%    0.4%    0.5%    0.4%

Eco. Disadvantaged             51.8%   52.4%   55.1%   56.7%

Special Education              12.9%   11.7%   11.7%   9.4%

Limited English Proficient      5.4%   5.5%    5.5%    16.9%

Career/Technology              34.3%   34.5%   35.9%   21.4%

Gifted/Talented                 5.6%   5.6%    5.1%    7.5%
              SAT/ACT Comparisons

                    BCISD   BCISD   BCISD   BCISD   BCISD
                     2005    2006    2007    2008    2007



% Tested            61.2%   74.0%   64.1%   74.6%   65.0%



% Above Criterion   12.5%   24.0%   19.6%   22.0%   27.2%



Mean SAT Score       956     985     977    1007     987



Mean ACT Score      19.8    20.7    21.1    21.1    20.5
   Additional Indicators
2008 College-Ready Graduates
AEIS Profile Report (Section II)


  Staff Information
     –   Professional staff
     –   Educational aides/auxiliary staff
     –   Ethnicity and gender
     –   Degrees held
     –   Experience
     –   Average teacher salary
     –   Turnover rate for teachers

  Financial Information
     – Tax information
     – Revenues
     – Expenditures
Staff Information


                               BCISD   State   Difference

Teachers (226.4)               45.9%   50.7%      -4.8


Professional Support (25.3)     5.1    8.4%       -3.3


Campus Administration (16.8)   3.4%    2.8%       +0.6


Central Administration (5.5)   1.1%    1.0%       +0.1


Educational Aides (66.0)       13.4%   9.9%       +3.7


Auxiliary Staff (153.2)        31.1%   27.4%      +3.7
Staff Information

   Average Years Experience of Teachers – 13.4       (2.2 points above the
    state average)


   Average Years of Experience of Teachers with District – 7.2 (0.2 points
    below the state average)


   Average Teacher’s Salary - $43,724 ($3,435 below the state average)


   Turnover Rate for Teachers – 16.4%        (1.7 points above the state
    average)


   Instructional Staff Percent – 58.5% (5.4 points below the state average)
Student Enrollment and Academic Performance
(Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board)



   Data collected and reported by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating
    Board

   Reported for each high school in the district

   Reports on enrollment in postsecondary institutions
Campus Performance Objectives


  Campus Improvement Plans are based on the AEIS

  Performance Objectives are approved by the Board of
   Trustees

  Data from the AEIS gives direction for the development of
   performance objectives that are low in relation to the
   accountability standards
Violent and Criminal Incidents



 Texas statute (TEC 39.053) requires every district to publish an
  annual report on violent and criminal incidents at campuses in
  the district

 The report must include:
   – Number, rate and type of incidents
   – Information concerning school violence prevention and intervention
     policies and procedures used by the district
   – Findings that result from Safe and Drug-Free Schools and Communities
     Act
Campus Comparison Group



 Each campus is assigned to a unique comparison group of 40
  other public schools that closely match the campus on six
  characteristics.

 Comparison groups are provided so that the campus can
  compare their performance to that of other schools with whom
  they are demographically similar.
   o   Burnet High School
   o   Burnet Middle School
   o   Bertram Elementary
   o   RJ Richey Elementary
Comparable Improvement



 Measure that calculates how student performance on the TAKS
  mathematics and reading/ELA tests has changed from one year
  to the next.

 Compares the change to that of the 40 schools that are
  demographically most similar to the target school.
   o White – Eco – Hispanic - Mobility – African Am - LEP
                              Table of Contents
District Information                                    Ivory Section

District Report                                          Red Section


Campus Reports
   Burnet High School (Blue Section)
   Quest High School (Green Section)
   Burnet Middle School (Yellow Section)
   Burnet Elementary School (Orange Section)
   Bertram Elementary School (Tan Section)
   Shady Grove Elementary School (Goldenrod Section)
   RJ Richey Elementary School (Purple Section)



Report on Violent and Criminal Incidents                Gray Section

Campus Comparison Group/Comparable Improvement          Salmon Section

Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board Report        Buff Section

Goals and Objectives                                    Pink Section

AEIS Glossary                                           Bright Green Section
Accessing the AEIS Report


   Public Hearing

   Where the report is available
    – TEA - http://ritter.tea.state.tx.us/perfreport/aeis/
    – District website
    – Campus libraries or offices