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Minnesota’s New Accountability System. Multiple Measurements. ALL schools will be given an annual Multiple Measurements Rating (MMR) MMR consists of four measurements: Proficiency Student Growth Achievement Gap Closure Graduation Rate. Total MMR. Each domain is worth 25 points. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Minnesotas Proposed Accountability System

Minnesotas NewAccountability SystemLeading for educational excellence and equity. Every day for every one.ALL schools will be given an annual Multiple Measurements Rating (MMR)MMR consists of four measurements:ProficiencyStudent GrowthAchievement Gap ClosureGraduation Rateeducation.state.mn.us2Multiple MeasurementsEach domain is worth 25 points.The MMR is generated by dividing the total number of points earned by the total number of points possible.For most elementary and middle schools, 75 points possible. For most high schools 100 points possible.The MMR is a 0-100 percentage for all schools.Total MMRTotal Focus RatingIn addition to an MMR, every school gets a Focus RatingThe Focus Rating measures proficiency and growth of minority students and students receiving special services (EL, Special Ed, Free and Reduced Price Lunch)Focus Rating combines Achievement Gap reduction and Focused ProficiencyEach Domain is worth 25 points, for 50 possible pointseducation.state.mn.us5Multiple Measurement System Results PageMultiple Measurement System Results - Initial4/30/2012AYPYearNCLB IDDistrictNumberDistrictTypeSchoolNumberSchoolTypeDistrictNameSchoolNameTitle12012SIGSchoolMMRFRMMRDesignationINITIAL5000999901001High SchoolEXAMPLEVILLE PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT TWINS SENIOR HIGH NN63.96%73.46%INITIAL5001999901002Middle SchoolEXAMPLEVILLE PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT VIKINGS MIDDLE SCHOOL NN17.03%42.41%INITIAL5002999901004Elementary SchoolEXAMPLEVILLE PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT TIMBERWOLVES ELEMENTARY YN9.54%32.58% PriorityINITIAL5003999901006Elementary SchoolEXAMPLEVILLE PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT WILD ELEMENTARY NN57.63%67.28%Final Multiple Measurement RatingFocus Rating. How are we doing on the Achievement Gap?Was the school given a designation?Summary Results - MMRAYP YearSchool TypeDistrict NameSchool Name2010ElementaryExampleville School DistrictTimberwolves Elementary2011ElementaryExampleville School DistrictTimberwolves ElementaryInitialElementaryExampleville School DistrictTimberwolves ElementaryMultiple Measurement RatingMMR EligibleMMR Total PointsMMR Poss. PointsMMRY10.24403897513.66%Y4.070109445755.43%Y14.314148351509.54%Did your school have sufficient data to be measured?Which year is being measured, initial is a combination of 2010 and 2011How many total points did the school earn?How many points could the school have earned?Summary Results Focus RateAYP YearSchool TypeDistrict NameSchool Name2010ElementaryExampleville School DistrictTimberwolves Elementary2011ElementaryExampleville School DistrictTimberwolves ElementaryInitialElementaryExampleville School DistrictTimberwolves ElementaryFREligibleFR Total PointsFR Poss. PointsFRY6.9740601935013.95%Y25.602451615051.20%Y32.576511810032.58%Focus Rate Did your school have sufficient data to be measured?How many total points did the school earn?How many points could the school have earned?Proficiency domain uses AYP index model.Schools earn points based on a weighted percentage of subgroups making AYP.Weighting is based on the size of subgroups.Unlike in AYP calculation, in MMR Proficiency, groups cant make AYP through Safe Harbor.ProficiencySummary Results Proficiency DomainAYP YearSchool Name2010Timberwolves Elementary2011Timberwolves ElementaryInitialTimberwolves ElementaryProf. Max Cell CountProf. WPC Making AYPProf. PercentileProf. Points2380.640170750.3434734518.5868362832520.53351530.1206509543.01627385Proficiency DomainHow many students were included in the measurement?What was the weighted percentage of subgroups that hit their AYP target? What is the school's percentile rank among other schools in the same grade range?How many MMR points did we earn in this domain? (Percentile Rank x 25)Growth measures ability of schools to get students to exceed predicted growth.Growth predictions based on students last assessment result.Predictions generated by looking at two cohorts of students, where they scored one year and where they scored the next year.Student growth score based on being above or below prediction.School growth score is average of student growth scores.GrowthSummary Results Growth DomainGrowth DomainAYP YearSchool Name2010Timberwolves Elementary2011Timberwolves ElementaryInitialTimberwolves ElementaryUnique Growth Student CountGrowth Zscore AverageGrowth PercentileGrowth Points153-0.2319670.0341317370.853293413158-0.3654090.017469880.436746988What is the school's percentile rank among other schools in the same grade range?How many students were included in the measurement?What was the average growth score in the school?How many MMR points did we earn in this domain? (Percentile Rank x 25)Measures the ability of schools to get higher levels of growth from lower-performing subgroups than statewide average growth for higher-performing subgroups.Growth of individual subgroups of students of color compared to growth of white students, Els compared to non-Els, FRPs compared to non-FRPs, SPED compared to non-SPED.Subtract schools growth scores for lower-performing groups from statewide averages of higher-performing groups.Negative score indicates success.

Achievement Gap Reduction

Summary Results Achievement Gap DomainAYP YearSchool Name2010Timberwolves Elementary2011Timberwolves ElementaryInitialTimberwolves ElementaryGap Unique Student CountGap AGR ScoreGap PercentileGap Points820.4615640.0321563680.803909206920.542053870.0246835440.617088608Achievement Gap DomainWhat is the school's percentile rank among other schools in the same grade range?How many students were included in the measurement?How many MMR points did we earn in this domain? (Percentile Rank x 25)What was our Achievement Gap reduction score? (Negative score is good.)Uses same methodology as Proficiency domain.Looks at the percentage of subgroups that made AYP in graduation rate.Current AYP grad rate targets are 85%.Targets are changing next year.Groups can only get credit for meeting the target, not through year-to-year improvements.Graduation RateSummary Results Graduation Rate DomainAYP YearSchool Name2010Twins Senior High2011Twins Senior HighInitialTwins Senior HighGrad Max Cell CountGrad WPC Making AYPGrad PercentileGrad Points12710.99836065624.9590163914510.9982993224.95748299Graduation Rate DomainAYP YearSchool Name2010Timberwolves Elementary2011Timberwolves ElementaryInitialTimberwolves ElementaryGrad Max Cell CountGrad WPC Making AYPGrad PercentileGrad Points00000000What is the school's percentile rank among other schools in the same grade range?How many students were included in the measurement?How many MMR points did we earn in this domain? (Percentile Rank x 25)What was the weighted percentage of subgroups that hit their AYP target? Focused ProficiencyLike Proficiency Domain, Focused Proficiency uses AYP index model.Schools earn points based on a weighted percentage of subgroups making AYP but excludes the All Students subgroup and the White subgroup.Weighting is based on the size of subgroups.

Focused Proficiency DomainAYP YearSchool Name2010Timberwolves Elementary2011Timberwolves ElementaryInitialTimberwolves ElementaryFocus Max Cell CountFocus WPC Making AYPFocus PercentileFocus Points9400.2468060396.17015098710510.9994145224.985363Focused Proficiency DomainWhat is the school's percentile rank among other schools in the same grade range?How many students were included in the measurement?How many MMR points did we earn in this domain? (Percentile Rank x 25)What was the weighted percentage of subgroups measured for AGR that hit their AYP target? education.state.mn.us18MMR DesignationsMultiple Measurement System Results - Initial4/30/2012AYPYearNCLB IDDistrictNumberDistrictTypeSchoolNumberSchoolTypeDistrictNameSchoolNameTitle12012SIGSchoolMMRFRMMRDesignationINITIAL5000999901001High SchoolEXAMPLEVILLE PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT TWINS SENIOR HIGH NN63.96%73.46%INITIAL5001999901002Middle SchoolEXAMPLEVILLE PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT VIKINGS MIDDLE SCHOOL NN17.03%42.41%INITIAL5002999901004Elementary SchoolEXAMPLEVILLE PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT TIMBERWOLVES ELEMENTARY YN9.54%32.58% PriorityINITIAL5003999901006Elementary SchoolEXAMPLEVILLE PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT WILD ELEMENTARY NN57.63%67.28%Was the school given a designation?MMR used to assign Title I schools to two categories:127 Reward Schools (15 percent of Title I Schools)42 Priority Schools (5 percent of Title I schools)

FR used to assign schools to one category:85 Focus Schools (10 percent of Title I Schools)

education.state.mn.us19Recognition, Accountability and SupportAnnual reporting of more data than ever beforeContinued reporting of AYPTwo additional categories of Title I schools based on MMR starting in August:Celebration Schools (Next 10 percent)Continuous Improvement Schools (Bottom 25 percent)education.state.mn.us20What about the other 70 percent?Title I Schools Rank Ordered 5 Groups Identified 1- Reward SchoolsTop 15 % Identified2- Priority SchoolsBottom 5% Identified3- Focus SchoolsMiddle 10% with Extreme Achievement Gaps4- Continuous ImprovementBottom 25% Identified5- Celebration SchoolsNext 25% Below Reward May Apply10% of Applicants SelectedExit CriteriaPriority Schools: Two consecutive years out of the bottom 25 percent on the MMR (13 & 14).Focus Schools: Two consecutive years out of the bottom 25 percent on the FR (13 & 14).SIG Schools: Opportunity to exit at end of grant (13) if out of bottom 25 percent on MMR that year. Several current SIG schools above cuts.Priority or Focus: Immediate exit if a Reward School after any year starting in 13.Current 25th Percentiles and Reward SchoolsElementary Schools: MMR 33.81%; FR 42.55%; Lowest Reward MMR 73.30%Middle Schools: MMR 18.68%; FR 42.96%; Lowest Reward MMR 79.05%High Schools: MMR 22.05%; FR 31.99%; Lowest Reward MMR 76.15%Numbers will be dif

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