Changes in Student Assessment and School Accountability for 2011-12

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Changes in Student Assessment and School Accountability for 2011-12. Student Assessment. FCAT 2.0 in Reading and Mathematics Measures the Next Generation Sunshine State Standards (NGSSS) with new cut scores Grade 6 and 10 Reading on the Computer End-of-Course Exams on the Computer - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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2011 Assessment Changes

Changes in Student Assessment and School Accountability for 2011-12

1FCAT 2.0 in Reading and Mathematics

Measures the Next Generation Sunshine State Standards (NGSSS) with new cut scores

Grade 6 and 10 Reading on the Computer

End-of-Course Exams on the Computer

Algebra Geometry BiologyU.S. History Civics

Student Assessment2

Impact of New Cut ScoresREADINGChange in Percent of Students Proficient3

Impact of New Cut ScoresMATHEMATICSChange in Percent of Students Proficient4

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School Grades 1999-20096Requires End of Course Assessments taken by students on computers in:AlgebraGeometry Biology US HistoryCivics

For High Schools50% of the schools grade will be based on FCAT-related factors and the remaining 50% will be based on factors that include:

Graduation rate for the school & the at-risk groupPerformance and participation in AP, IB, Dual Enrollment, AICE, and industry-certificationPost-secondary readiness as measured by the SAT, ACT, or PERTPerformance on End of Course assessments

Senate Bill 1908 and 4

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72011-12 Proposed Changes to School Grades

More Weight in ReadingPoints in proficiency and gains will be increased Performance in Algebra EOCPoints in proficiency and gains will include Algebra8Different Grading Scale

School Grading Scale TriggerEvery time the percentage of A and B schools reaches 75% in a current year, the minimum required points for grades of A, B, C, and D would be increased.

2011-12 Proposed Changes to School GradesDifferent Grading ScaleOldNewElementary Schools800840Middle Schools8001040Senior High Schools160016009School Grades 2011-12

10The state's changes in both individual student and school accountability will likely result in a decline in school performance grades even if student scores increase.The Bottom Line

20112012

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