2011-12 Lodi Unified School District Accountability Progress Report

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2011-12 Lodi Unified School DistrictAccountability Progress ReportNovember 13, 2012

1Accountability Progress Report (APR) Executive Summary2

The primary assessments that determine school and district success in meeting State Academic Progress Index (API) and Federal Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) accountability requirements are the STAR and California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE) assessments.Focus Areas for 2012-13, including Earth Science and PhysicsAccountability Progress Report Executive SummaryDifferences Between API and AYPAPI results focus on how much schools are improving academically from year-to-year.Results are reported using scores ranging from 200 to 1000.Californias expectation is that every school will annually make-up at least 5% of the difference between their base API and the statewide performance target of 800.

AYP results focus on school performance, regardless of growth or baseline data.Results are reported in terms of the:Participation rate for English Language Arts and MathematicsAnnual Measureable Objective (AMO) - percent proficient in English Language Arts and MathematicsAPI as an other indicatorGraduation rate as an other indicator3Accountability Progress Report Executive Summary HighlightsSTAR achievements include:Increasing the percent of students meeting or exceeding standards for the fifth consecutive year in: Grade level English Language Arts (ELA)MathScience World HistoryCAHSEE achievements include:A total of 81% of LUSD Grade 10 students passing the English Language Arts and Math sub-tests of the CAHSEE on their first attempt.API achievements include:11 schools reaching or exceeding the states goal of 800The district average growth API rising to 760, representing a four-year 40-point and a one-year 11-point gain, respectively16 schools exceeding the districts four-year gain, with 12 of these schools also exceeding the districts11-point gain 4 schools with four consecutive years of year-to-year improvement on their growth API. AYP achievement include:Steadily increasing ELA and Math proficiency based on our districts AYP reports; andOne Title 1 schools meeting 100% of its AYP criteria.4Accountability Progress ReportPrimary Assessments:Standardized Testing and Reporting Program (STAR) California Standards Test (CST)California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE)

5APR Primary Assessment STAR/CST Executive SummaryFor the fifth consecutive year, there was an increase in the percent of students meeting or exceeding standards in: Grade level English Language ArtsMathScience World History

From 2011 to 2012, the percent of students meeting or exceeding English Language Arts and Math standards increased for each of these numerically significant student groups:African AmericanAsianFilipinoHispanic or LatinoPacific IslanderWhiteSocioeconomically Disadvantaged

6APR Primary Assessment STAR/CST English Language ArtsOverall, 49% of our students met or exceeded grade level CST English Language Arts standards.This represents three (3) percentage point increase from 2011 and a ten (10) percentage point increase since 2008. For the fourth consecutive year, the percent of students meeting or exceeding standards in CST English Language Arts increased for at least two (2) of the grade levels tested.Four-year consecutive percent proficient increase: Grades 8 and 10One-year percent proficient increase: Grades 4, 5, 6, and 7Percent proficient no change: Grades 2, 3, 9, and 117APR Primary Assessment STAR/CST ELA8

APR Primary Assessment STAR/CST ELA for Non-Ethnic Student SubgroupsFor all of our non-ethnic student subgroups, the percent of students meeting English Language Arts standards increased from 2011 to 2012.For the fourth consecutive year, the percent of students meeting English Language Arts standards steadily increased for Socioeconomically Disadvantaged students.9

APR Primary Assessment STAR/CST ELA for Ethnic Student SubgroupsFor all of our ethnic student subgroups, the percent of students meeting English Language Arts standards increased from 2011 to 2012 except for one (1).For the fourth consecutive year, the percent of students meeting English Language Arts standards has steadily increased for four (4) of our ethnic subgroups.10

APR Primary Assessment STAR/CST Grade Level MathOverall, 55% of our students met or exceeded grade level CST Math standards.This represents a one (1) percentage point increase from 2011, and a nine (9) percentage point increase since 2008.For the fourth consecutive year, the percent of students meeting or exceeding standards in grade level CST Math increased for one grade level tested.Four-year consecutive percent proficient increase: Grade 7Three-year consecutive percent proficient increase: Grade 5Two-year consecutive percent proficient increase: Grade 3One-year percent proficient increase: Grade 6Percent proficient decrease: Grades 2 and 411

APR Primary Assessment STAR/CST End-of-Course MathOverall, 32% of our students met or exceeded end-of-course CST Math standards.This represents a six (6) percentage point increase from 2011, and a nine (9) percentage point increase since 2008.From 2011 to 2012, the percent of students meeting or exceeding standards in CST end-of-course Math increased for four (4) of the subjects tested.Percent proficient increase: Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, Summative High School MathPercent proficient decrease: General Math12APR Primary Assessment STAR/CST End-of-Course Math13

APR Primary Assessment STAR/CST Math for Non-Ethnic Student SubgroupsThe percent of students meeting Math standards increased from 2011 to 2012 for two (2) of the non-ethnic student subgroups.For the fourth consecutive year, the percent of students meeting Math standards steadily increased for Socioeconomically Disadvantaged students.14

APR Primary Assessment STAR/CST Math for Ethnic SubgroupsFor all of our ethnic student subgroups, the percent of students meeting Math standards increased from 2011 to 2012.For the fourth consecutive year, the percent of students meeting Math standards has steadily increased for three (3) of our ethnic subgroups.15

APR Primary Assessment STAR/CST Grade Level ScienceOverall, 53% of our students met or exceeded grade level CST science standards.This represents a two (2) percentage point increase from 2011, and a 11 percentage point increase since 2008.For the fourth consecutive year, the percent of students meeting or exceeding standards in grade level CST Science increased for two of the grade levels tested. Four-year percent proficient increase: Grades 8 and 10Percent proficient no change: Grade 516

APR Primary Assessment STAR/CST End-of-Course ScienceOverall, 45% of our students met or exceeded end-of-course science standards.This represents a four (4) percentage point increase from 2011, and a 10 percentage point increase since 2008.For the third consecutive year, the percent of students meeting or exceeding standards in end-of-course science increased for two (2) of the subjects tested. Three-year percent proficient increase: BiologyOne-year percent proficient increase: ChemistryPercent proficient decrease: Earth Science, Physics17

APR Primary Assessment STAR/CST Grade Level History / Social ScienceOverall, 47% of our students met or exceeded grade level history / social science standards.This represents no percentage point increase from 2011, and a 14 percentage point increase since 2008.18

APR Primary Assessment STAR/CST World HistoryOverall, 43% of our students met or exceeded end-of-course history / social science standards.This represents a three (3) percentage point increase from 2011, and a 15 percentage point increase since 2008.19

APR Primary Assessment CAHSEE Executive SummaryThe purpose of CAHSEE is to improve student achievement in public high schools and ensure that students who graduate from public high schools can demonstrate competency in reading, writing, and mathematics.

Results from Grade 10 first-time test-takers are used for high school accountability measures.20APR Primary Assessment CAHSEE ResultsA total of 81% of LUSD Grade 10 students passed the English Language Arts and Math sub-tests of the CAHSEE on their first attempt, representingA one (1) percentage point increase from 2011 for Math sub-test. No change in the percentage of students passing for English Language Arts.21APR Primary Assessment CAHSEE Results22

Accountability Progress ReportCalifornia Academic Performance Index (API)23Schools by 2012 Growth API Range24

API Trend: Non-Ethnic Student Subgroup25

Group1-Year Change4-Year ChangeAll Students+11+40English Learner+10+36Socioecon Disadv.+14+51Students with Disabilities+25+52API Trend: Ethnic Student Subgroup26

Group1-Year Change4-Year ChangeAll Students+11+40African American+17+41American Indian / Alaska Native-11-17Asian+14+50Filipino+18+45Hispanic or Latino+11+45Pacific Islander+11+61White+6+33Two or More+12N/AAPI Trend Comparison: Schools With Greater Growth Than District Average Since 200827School Name2008 Growth API2009 Growth API2010 Growth API2011 Growth API2012 Growth API1-Year Change4-Year ChangeHeritage Elementary59766869165271765 120 Liberty High4685515915715787 110 Clyde W. Needham Elementary65362866371174837 95 Christa McAuliffe Middle70573676476478420 79 BEAR CREEK HIGH70871373475677923 71 Millswood Middle70173072671377158 70 Plaza Robles Continuation High54458756957060838 64 Live Oak Elementary710736746795767(28)57 Delta Sierra Middle65569168570071212 57 RONALD E. MCNAIR HIGH65067168168670418 54 Morada Middle74674074677479521 49 Manlio Silva Elementary*80082884883084515 45 Wagner-Holt Elementary70971871374275412 45 Tokay Colony Elementary7537998007967971 44 Parklane Elementary631670664704675(29)44 Vinewood Elementary*81783184884585914 42 LODI UNIFIED72072973774976011 40 CAPS - SCHOOLS WITH HIGHER GROWTH API IN EACH OF PREVIOUS API CYCLES*School had 2008 Growth API equal or greater than 800.API Trend Comparison: (Year-to-Year Change in Growth API)28School Name2008 & 2009 Growth API Change2009 & 2010 Growth API Change2010 & 2011 Growth API Change2011 & 2012 Growth API Change1-Year Change4-Year ChangeHeritage Elementary++-+65 120 Liberty High++-+7 110 Clyde W. Needham Elementary-+++37 95 Christa McAuliffe Middle++SAME+20 79 BEAR CREEK HIGH++++23 71 Millswood Middle+--+58 70 Plaza Robles Continuation High+-++38 64 Live Oak Elementary+++-(28)57 Delta Sierra Middle+-++12 57 RONALD E. MCNAIR HIGH++++18 54 Morada Middle-+++21 49 Manlio Silva Elementary*++-+15 45 Wagner-Holt Elementary+-++12 45 Tokay Colony Elementary++-+1 44 Parklane Elementary+-+-(29)44 Vinewood Elementary*++-+14 42 LODI UNIFIED++++11 40 CAPS - SCHOOLS WITH HIGHER GROWTH API IN EACH OF PREVIOUS API CYCLES*School had 2008 Growth API equal or greater than 800.API Trend Comparison: Schools With Less Growth Than District Average Since 200829School Name2008 Growth API2009 Growth API2010 Growth API2011 Growth API2012 Growth API1-Year Change4-Year ChangeLODI UNIFIED72072973774976011 40 Sutherland Elementary6726566827037107 38 Middle College High*88489889190892113 37 GEORGE LINCOLN MOSHER78279679879981920 37 Ellerth E. Larson Elementary*8078148368368437 36 Westwood Elementary7257477197577603 35 Lois E. Borchardt Elementary7888038158158227 34 Creekside Elementary71771272272474925 32 Julia Morgan Elementary7918027918158205 29 Clairmont Elementary75978074577278816 29 Lodi High751753770791780(11)29 George Washington Elementary686718706717715(2)29 Beckman Elementary692690735723720(3)28 Lawrence Elementary647650669687674(13)27 Oakwood Elementary665663683690689(1)24 ELKHORN*9759819889929953 20 Lodi Middle686709718733703(30)17 Tokay High7267167147357405 14 Independence548558599605559(46)11 Erma B. Reese Elementary*8118158198198212 10 Lakewood Elementary7577887487607666 9 Leroy Nichols Elementary72672473772373411 8 Davis Elementary722731747748729(19)7 Victor Elementary7096976966927019 (8)Ansel Adams745740759749735(14)(10)John Muir Elementary*820831827816807(9)(13)Woodbridge78376377675976910 (14)Lockeford Elementary7887687617537618 (27)Houston751745751739720(19)(31)Henderson Community Day553533574577508(69)(45)CAPS - SCHOOLS WITH HIGHER GROWTH API IN EACH OF PREVIOUS API CYCLES*School had 2008 Growth API equal or greater than 800.API Trend Comparison: (Year-to-Year Change in Growth API)30School Name2008 & 2009 Growth API Change2009 & 2010 Growth API Change2010 & 2011 Growth API Change2011 & 2012 Growth API Change1-Year Change4-Year ChangeLODI UNIFIED++++11 40 Sutherland Elementary-+++7 38 Middle College High*+-++13 37 GEORGE LINCOLN MOSHER++++20 37 Ellerth E. Larson Elementary*++SAME+7 36 Westwood Elementary+-++3 35 Lois E. Borchardt Elementary++SAME+7 34 Creekside Elementary-+++25 32 Julia Morgan Elementary+-++5 29 Clairmont Elementary+-++16 29 Lodi High+++-(11)29 George Washington Elementary+-+-(2)29 Beckman Elementary-+--(3)28 Lawrence Elementary+++-(13)27 Oakwood Elementary-++-(1)24 ELKHORN*++++3 20 Lodi Middle+++-(30)17 Tokay High--++5 14 Independence+++-(46)11 Erma B. Reese Elementary*++SAME+2 10 Lakewood Elementary+-++6 9 Leroy Nichols Elementary-+-+11 8 Davis Elementary+++-(19)7 Victor Elementary---+9 (8)Ansel Adams-+--(14)(10)John Muir Elementary*+---(9)(13)Woodbridge-+-+10 (14)Lockeford Elementary---+8 (27)Houston-+--(19)(31)Henderson Community Day-++-(69)(45)CAPS - SCHOOLS WITH HIGHER GROWTH API IN EACH OF PREVIOUS API CYCLES*School had 2008 Growth API equal or greater than 800.Accountability Progress ReportFederal Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP)31Overview of Yearly AYP Targets32YearParticipation RatePercent Proficient English Language ArtsPercent Proficient MathematicsAPI or growth of at least 1 pointGraduation rate or average growth of at least 0.1 percentage point2002 to 20049512*12.8*56082.82005 to 20079523*23.7*59082.920089534*34.6*62083.020099545*45.5*65083.120109556*56.4*68090.020119567*67.3*71090.020129578*78.2*74090.020139589*89.1*77090.0201495100*100*80090.0*See Safe Harbor slideAdequate Yearly Progress Executive SummarySafe Harbor is a method of meeting the Annual Measurable Objectives (AMOs) by reducing the percentage of not proficient students. 33

AYP ELA Trend: Non-Ethnic Student Groups34

Group1-Year Change4-Year ChangeAll Students+2.3+9.3English Learner+2.6+8.1Socioecon Disadv.+3+11.8Students with Disabilities+2.5+9.3AYP Math Trend: Non-Ethnic Student Groups35

Group1-Year Change4-Year ChangeAll Students+1.2+6.2English Learner+1.7+7.6Socioecon Disadv.+1.4+8.5Students with Disabilities+1.2+5.5AYP ELA Trend: Ethnic Student Groups36

Group1-Year Change4-Year ChangeAll Students+2.3+9.3African American+2+10.1American Indian / Alaska Native-3.1-3.1Asian+3.3+10Filipino+3.6+13Hispanic or Latino+2.4+10.3Pacific Islander+8.5+14.6White+1.2+8.4Two or More+6.1N/AAYP Math Trend: Ethnic Student Groups37

Group1-Year Change4-Year ChangeAll Students+1.2+6.2African American+2.4+5.7American Indian / Alaska Native-0.3-...

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