BESE Oct. 2017 Accountability Reporting Update on Overall ...

BESE Oct. 2017 Accountability Reporting Update on Overall ...

2017 Accountability Reporti ng Update on Overall District & School Accou ntability Determinations Presentation to the Board of Elementary & Secondary Education October 23, 2017 Goals of this presentation 1. Provide an overview of 2017 district & school accou ntability determinations 2. Share assessment & accountability results for Level 5 schools & districts Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 2 Current framework for district & school accountability & assis tance Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 3 Amendment to 603 CMR 2.00: Accountability & Assistance for School Districts & Schools Approved at the April 2017 BESE meeting Allows ESE to refrain from placing certain schools int o Levels 1-3 at the beginning of the 2017-18 school y ear o Applies to one year only o Impacts schools serving grades 3-8 that administered Next-Generat ion MCAS tests in spring 2017 o Does not impact high schools serving grades 9-12 that did not admi nister Next-Generation MCAS Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 4 Reporting details Schools & districts administering Next-Generation MCAS in grades 3-8 that have participation rates below 90% were placed into Level 3 Schools serving a combination of grades 3-8 & 9-12 that have persistently low gr aduation rates for any group were placed into Level 3 Level 4 or 5 schools or districts that did not exit maintained their level designatio n All other Next-Generation MCAS schools meeting participation & graduation rate requirements did not receive a school percentile, Progress & Performance In dex (PPI), or accountability & assistance level (1-3) No new Level 4 or Level 5 schools were identified among schools serving grades 3-8 in 2017 o Low-performing high schools were eligible for Level 4 & 5 designations 2017 assessment results will serve as the new baseline for target-setting in 2018 5 & beyond Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Data reported in 2017 Schools administering legacy

MCAS tests only (high school s) Schools administering Next-G eneration MCAS tests in grade s 3-8 Performance on all accountability indic ators Next-Generation MCAS achievement p ercentiles (ELA & math, by grade & su bgroup) Progress & performance index (PPI) dat a School accountability percentiles Accountability & assistance levels (1-5) Schools identified for low or very low a ssessment participation Schools identified for persistently low g raduation rates Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Transitional student growth percentiles Accountability & assistance levels: o No level o Level 3 Very low assessment participation Persistently low graduation rates o Current Level 4 & Level 5 schools 6 2016 & 2017 District levels District Totals by Level 2016 # 2017 % # % Level 5 3 1% 3 1% Level 4 7 2% --Level 3 62 16% 13 3% Level 2 233 61%

20 5% Level 1 80 21% 16 4% No level --344 87% Total 385 100% 396 100% Insufficient Districts K, 1, or 2, very small districts, 22 for a level are those -- ending in grade PK, 8 -- & 1 with insufficient data to be eligible Data districts without four full years of data. 1 Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 7 2016 & 2017 School levels School Totals by Level 2016 # 2017 % # % Level 5 4 0% 4 0% Level 4 33 2% 31 2% Level 3 265 16% 81 5% Level 2 794 49% 129 8%

Level 1 525 32% 70 4% No level --1324 81% Total 1621 100% 1639 100% Insufficient Schools & single-school districts with233 insufficient data to be eligible K, 1, or -- for a level are schools 211ending in grade PK, -1 2, very small schools, & schools without four full years of data. Data 1 Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 8 Next-Generation MCAS schools by accountability level # % 1385 100.0 10 0.7 No level 1324 95.6 Level 3 24 1.7 Next-Generation MCAS schools Insufficient data Very low assessment participation (less than 90%) Persistently low graduation rates1 23 3 Level 4

22 1.6 Level 5 4 0.3 Persistently low is defined as a 2016 four-year cohort graduation of less than 67 percent & 2015, 2014, & 2013 five-year cohort graduation rates of less than 70 percent. 1 Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 9 Legacy MCAS schools by accountability level # % 298 100.0 Insufficient data 33 11.1 Level 1 70 23.5 Level 2 129 43.3 Legacy MCAS schools (high schools) Low assessment participation (90% - 95%) only Level 3 6 57 Very low assessment participation (less than 90%) only 9 Persistently low graduation rates only 3 Level 4 Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

9 19.1 3.0 10 2017 Commendation schools School Commendation Reason Abington High High progress & narrowing proficiency gaps Lynnfield High High achievement & high progress Swampscott High Narrowing proficiency gaps Westwood High High achievement & high progress Apponequet Regional High (FreetownLakeville) High progress Blackstone Valley RVT High High achievement & high progress Minuteman Regional High High progress & narrowing proficiency gaps Heights Elementary (Sharon) 2017 National Blue Ribbon School - Gap Closing White Street (Springfield) 2017 National Blue Ribbon School - Gap Closing Old Post Road (Walpole) 2017 National Blue Ribbon School - High Performing Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 11 2017 Level 4 decisions Randolph Public Schools exited Level 4 No new Level 4 schools Previously designated Level 4 schools remained in Le vel 4 (no exits)

Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 12 Level 5 school update: Morgan Full Service Community (Hol yoke) Achievement % EE % ME % PME % NME Avg. SS Ach. %ile ELA 0 14 60 26 481.1 4 Math 0 11 56 33 478.0 4 %A %P % NI % W/F CPI 0 9 45 45

44.1 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 ELA 58.0 44.0 46.0 33.0 57.0 49.0 Math 62.0 49.5 54.0 35.0 61.0 37.0 Science Growth Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 13 Level 5 school update: John Avery Parker (New Bedford) Achievement % EE % ME % PME % NME Avg. SS Ach. %ile

ELA 0 14 62 24 482.9 5 Math 0 16 57 27 481.3 6 %A %P % NI % W/F CPI 0 11 44 44 44.4 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 ELA 52.0

50.0 46.5 39.0 47.0 46.0 Math 58.5 60.0 61.0 18.0 70.0 31.0 Science Growth Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 14 Level 5 school update: UP Academy Holland (Boston) Achievement % EE % ME % PME % NME Avg. SS Ach. %ile ELA 1 21 51 26 485.7 8 Math 0

20 49 31 483.0 7 %A %P % NI % W/F CPI 2 10 46 41 52.0 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 ELA 49.0 37.5 35.0 47.0 67.0 55.0 Math 60.5 47.0 38.0

47.0 46.0 46.0 Science Growth Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 15 Level 5 school update: Paul A. Dever (Boston) Achievement % EE % ME % PME % NME Avg. SS Ach. %ile ELA 1 29 48 22 488.2 12 Math 5 40 40 16 494.4 30 %A %P % NI % W/F

CPI 0 4 59 37 47.1 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 ELA 51.0 26.0 58.0 68.0 33.0 55.0 Math 36.0 49.0 64.0 42.0 31.0 70.0 Science Growth Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 16 Level 5 district update: Lawrence Achievement % EE

% ME % PME % NME Avg. SS ELA (3-8) 2 24 51 23 487.3 Math (3-8) 3 30 49 19 491.0 %A %P % NI % W/F CPI ELA (HS) 29 47 16 9 90.9 Math (HS) 27 27 24 22

76.0 4 23 44 29 61.9 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 ELA 43.0 47.0 52.0 49.0 52.0 52.0 Math 40.0 57.0 57.0 53.0 48.0 49.0 Science (all grades) Growth Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 17 Level 5 district update: Southbridge Achievement % EE

% ME % PME % NME Avg. SS ELA (3-8) 2 19 47 32 481.9 Math (3-8) 1 18 47 34 480.9 %A %P % NI % W/F CPI ELA (HS) 22 52 18 8 88.5 Math (HS) 21 27 29 23

71.5 4 17 39 40 52.4 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 ELA 41.0 34.0 45.0 34.0 39.5 43.0 Math 32.0 32.0 37.0 30.0 30.0 39.0 Science (all grades) Growth Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 18 Level 5 district update: Holyoke Achievement % EE

% ME % PME % NME Avg. SS ELA (3-8) 1 13 50 36 479.0 Math (3-8) 0 10 47 42 475.7 %A %P % NI % W/F CPI ELA (HS) 18 56 16 11 86.9 Math (HS) 20 27 27 26

71.0 3 15 36 46 50.9 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 ELA 46.0 43.0 39.0 43.0 48.0 37.0 Math 51.0 53.0 45.0 40.0 42.0 31.0 Science (all grades) Growth Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 19

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