MURSD MCAS Results & Accountability Ratings for 2013

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Presentation given to the Mendon-Upton Regional School Committee on October 21, 2013. The presentation details the district's MCAS results in English language arts, mathematics, and science for every grade level. It also displays the accountability rating for every school based upon the performance that the Massachusetts DESE (Department of Elementary & Secondary Education) has established.

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  • 1. Mendon-Upton Regional Schools 2013 MCAS Results & Accountability StatusPresentation to the Mendon-Upton Regional School Committee October 21, 2013

2. Purpose of Presentation Provide a broad overview of MCAS performance of thedistrict in relationship to the State in ELA, Math, and Science Provide a context for MCAS results by examining similardistricts performance Clarify the states accountability system model Identify areas that pose a challenge and plans to addressthose challenges 3. Strengths District Math scores improved 5% from 2012 to 2013 District ELA scores improved 3% from 2012 to 2013 Grade 3 ELA scores improved 7 % from 2012 to 2013 Grade 3 Math scores improved 15% from 2012 to 2013 Grade 8 Math scores improved 14% from 2012 to 2013 Grade 10 Math scores improved 7% from 2012 to 2013 4. English Language Arts District MCAS Results 5. ALL Grades ELA: MURSD vs. State% of students proficient or higher 6. 3rd Grade ELA: MURSD vs. State% of students proficient or higher 7. 4th Grade ELA: MURSD vs. State% of students proficient or higher 8. 5th Grade ELA: MURSD vs. State% of students proficient or higher 9. 6th Grade ELA: MURSD vs. State% of students proficient or higher 10. 7th Grade ELA: MURSD vs. State% of students proficient or higher 11. 8th Grade ELA: MURSD vs. State% of students proficient or higher 12. 10th Grade ELA: MURSD vs. State% of students proficient or higher 13. Mathematics District MCAS Results 14. ALL Grades Math: MURSD vs. State% of students proficient or higher 15. 3rd Grade Math: MURSD vs. State% of students proficient or higher 16. 4th Grade Math: MURSD vs. State% of students proficient or higher 17. 5th Grade Math: MURSD vs. State% of students proficient or higher 18. 6th Grade Math: MURSD vs. State% of students proficient or higher 19. 7th Grade Math: MURSD vs. State% of students proficient or higher 20. 8th Grade Math: MURSD vs. State% of students proficient or higher 21. 10th Grade Math: MURSD vs. State% of students proficient or higher 22. Science, Technology & Engineering District MCAS Results 23. 5th Grade Science, Tech & Eng. : MURSD vs. State% of students proficient or higher 24. 8th Grade Science, Tech & Eng. : MURSD vs. State% of students proficient or higher 25. 10th Grade Biology : MURSD vs. State% of students proficient or higher 26. Massachusetts Accountability System for Schools 27. Accountability Classifications Based on the premise of halving achievement gap by 2017 Uses CPI (Composite Performance Index) metric Also uses PPI (Progress & Performance Index) factors such as moving students to higher categories, SGP, and graduation/dropout rates Schools classified as Level 1-5 based upon achievement of target CPI goals for all students and each subgroup based upon multiple years of ELA and math MCAS data as well as PPI factors Whatever the lowest rating is for any school within the district, that must be the rating for the district 28. Composite Performance Index (CPI)Proficiency Gap Narrowing Targets for Clough ELA (Grades 3-4) 29. Composite Performance Index (CPI)Proficiency Gap Targets & Results for Clough ELA (Grades 3-4) 30. Composite Performance Index (CPI)Proficiency Gap NarrowingTargets for Clough Math (Grades 3-4) 31. Composite Performance Index (CPI)Proficiency Gap Targets & Results for Clough Math (Grades 3-4)Level 3 32. Composite Performance Index (CPI)Proficiency Gap NarrowingTargets for Memorial ELA (Grades 3-4) 33. Composite Performance Index (CPI)Proficiency Gap Targets & Results for Memorial ELA (Grades 3-4) 34. Composite Performance Index (CPI)Proficiency Gap NarrowingTargets for Memorial Math (Grades 3-4) 35. Composite Performance Index (CPI)Proficiency Gap Targets & Results for Memorial Math (Grades 3-4)Level 1 36. Composite Performance Index (CPI)Proficiency Gap NarrowingTargets for Miscoe ELA (All Grades 5-8) 37. Composite Performance Index (CPI)Proficiency Gap Targets & 2013 Results- Miscoe ELA 38. Composite Performance Index (CPI)Proficiency Gap NarrowingTargets for Miscoe Math (All Grades 5-8) 39. Composite Performance Index (CPI)Proficiency Gap Targets & ResultsMiscoe MathLevel 2 40. Composite Performance Index (CPI)Proficiency Gap NarrowingTargets for Nipmuc ELA (Grade 10) 41. Composite Performance Index (CPI)Proficiency Gap Targets & Results Nipmuc ELA 42. Composite Performance Index (CPI)Proficiency Gap NarrowingTargets for Nipmuc Math (Grade 10) 43. Composite Performance Index (CPI)Proficiency Gap Targets & Results Nipmuc MathLevel 1 44. Comparison to Neighboring Districts District Bellingham Blackstone-Millville Douglas Grafton Hopedale Hopkinton Mendon-Upton Milford Northbridge Sutton UxbridgeELA Science Proficient or Math Proficient Proficient or or Higher Higher Higher 73%59%60%68%61%56%71%61%59%78%73%67%80%69%64%87%81%80%81%72%70%71%62%64%65%50%52%72%63%60%65%58%53% 45. Comparison to like districts (DART) ELA Proficient Math Proficient or or higher higher Georgetown 76% 68% Groton-Dunstable 84% 77% Hanover 82% 69% Ipswich 82% 69% Lynnfield 90% 79% Mendon-Upton 81% 72% Nashoba 83% 80% Newburyport 82% 71% North Reading 83% 76% Norwell 90% 76% Scituate 86% 82% Tyngsborough 79% 71%DistrictScience and Tech Proficient or higher 57% 81% 65% 65% 74% 70% 70% 71% 70% 81% 71% 66% 46. Challenges Over the past four years, some grades and subgroupsare showing progress in ELA and math MCAS, while others are static or declining Our high needs subgroup scores are lower than theaggregate- the major driver is the results of our special education students More students need to move from proficient toadvanced Writing is an identified area in need of improvement Math proficiency rates take a dip in 5th grade 47. Immediate Action Steps Schools have analyzed disaggregated data at all levels anddeveloped action plans Writing committee formed and research begun on writingresources and programming Curriculum mapping process launched, team trained inRubicon Atlas Vertical conversations on curriculum have begun Academic Support grant to assist with secondaryinterventions for high need students 48. Future Action Steps Data Educators need more training in data analysis protocols Curriculum Align curriculum to the Common Core Standards Vertically align curriculum using Rubicon Atlas system High Needs Subgroup Increase training in inclusive instructional practices for all teachers Increase use of comprehensive data to target interventions 49. Targeted Investments Curriculum DevelopmentTime, training andsupport Writing ProgramResources and professionaldevelopment Increase Non-fiction resources at elementary level Coaching model for literacy and mathematics