School Accountability Ratings What Are Our District’s Accountability Ratings? What do they mean?
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School Accountability Ratings What Are Our Districts Accountability Ratings? What do they mean? Slide 2 Who are our Students? # of students % white students % African American students % Hispanic students % Economically disadvantaged students % Students in Special Education % Limited English Proficient students Number of campuses subject to ratings High schools Middle schools Elementary schools Slide 3 Two Rating Systems State Accountability System Ratings: Exemplary, Recognized, Academically Acceptable, Academically Unacceptable and Not Rated Indicators: TAKS tests, dropout rate (grades 7, 8), and completion rate (grades 9-12) 5 Subgroups: All students, White, African American, Hispanic, and Economically Disadvantaged Federal Accountability System (No Child Left Behind Act) Rating Categories: Meets Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) or Missed AYP and Not Rated Indicators: TAKS tests, TAKS participation rate, and graduation rate (for high schools) or attendance rate (for middle or elementary schools) 7 Subgroups: Same as state plus Limited English Proficient and Special Ed Slide 4 Districts State Rating for 2008-09 2008-09 Rating:________ 2007-08 Rating: ________ Areas of challenge: Slide 5 Campus State Ratings for 2008-09 (#) campuses rated Exemplary (#) campuses rated Recognized (#) campuses rated Academically Acceptable Change from last year (if any) Areas of challenge Slide 6 Districts Federal Rating for 2008-09 AYP status Change from last year (if any) Reason(s) district didnt make AYP (if applicable) Slide 7 Campus Federal Ratings for 2008-09 (#) of campuses rated Meets AYP (#) of campuses rated Missed AYP Change from last year (if any) Reason(s) why all campuses did not Meet AYP (if applicable) Slide 8 Improvement Goals and Strategies for 2009-10 Improvement Goal #1: Program(s) to achieve the goal Improvement Goal #2: Program(s) to achieve the goal Slide 9 How you can help. Become a pen-pal to a student Read to our students during your lunch period Tutor a student after school or on weekends Participate in a Financial Aid workshop to help parents fill out financial aid forms Contact: