District Certification of Student Level Data

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District Certification of Student Level Data . Technology Training Seminars February-March 2013 . Agenda. Vision and Goals The five Accountability Data Certification Projects TLE Roster Verification A-F Report Cards SMART Report (October 1 Reporting)
District Certification of Student Level Data Technology Training SeminarsFebruary-March 2013 Agenda
  • Vision and Goals
  • The five Accountability Data Certification Projects
  • TLE Roster Verification
  • A-F Report Cards
  • SMART Report (October 1 Reporting)
  • Historical Adjusted Cohort Graduation Rate
  • Assessment Post-Code
  • Next Steps
  • Vision and Goals
  • Background
  • Develop Early Warning Indicator System (EWIS)
  • Improve Districts Reporting of Needed EWIS Data Objects (see Data Pipeline Survey)
  • CPSI Roadmap and Gap Analysis
  • Develop School Partner Data Tool (SPDT)
  • Accountability Data Certification
  • Begin Ed-Fi and PM Village Pilot
  • 2012 Data Pipeline Survey Results: Districts Need from the SDE and OMES
  • Better management of existing processes and documentation
  • Better communication, specifically about changes to data requirements, new tools, and upcoming plans
  • Fewer last minute changes to collections
  • Better prioritization and better pacing of major changes that occur simultaneously
  • More transparency about processes and governance
  • More engagement from the field to ensure process and communication management meets LEA needs
  • Partnership and clear definition of roles and responsibilities between SDE, OMES and LEAs
  • Questions for the Five Accountability Data Certification Projects
  • Why these five projects?
  • What does SDE’s plan mean for districts (or schools or teachers)?
  • Based on existing systems/procedures, what is new/different this year and going forward?
  • How will SDE and OMES support districts?
  • What is the timeline? When will the 30-day data certification windows occur?
  • How do these five projects intersect?
  • The Five Accountability Data Certification Projects Are InterrelatedVoluntary yet Valuable!TLE Roster Verification
  • The SDE is offering Roster Verification (to link teachers with student data) via BFK*Link as a service to school districts in the spring 2013.
  • This will be voluntary, yet extremely valuable
  • The SDE will run a NO-STAKESvalue-added analysis with spring assessment data, using either data from the BFK*Linkor the Wave alone.
  • The BFK*Linkwill offer more accurate – and therefore more valuable – data than the Wave.
  • Roster Verification DataFor tested grades and subjects only…
  • Which students the teacher taught
  • How long the teacher taught those students
  • Whether the teacher had sole responsibility or shared responsibility with another (co-)teacher
  • Other parts of the roster verification process
  • Data staff to review and correct Wave data
  • Principals/superintendents to “close out” process
  • Next Steps for Volunteer Districts
  • Learn more about Roster Verification at http://ok.gov/sde/oklahoma-teacher-leader-effectiveness-tle
  • District Superintendents (with TLE Leaders) decide whether or not to participate this year.
  • Communicate (using Battelle for Kids facilitation guide and videos) with data coordinators and teachers
  • Watch for communications from OSDE on upcoming Roster Verification trainings.
  • TLE Roster Verification Timeline
  • March 11-15: OMES will provide training to district data staff for data review/correction.
  • March 25-29: SDE will provide training to district superintendents and administrators.
  • April 1-5: SDE will provide training to teachers.
  • April 10-May 30: Roster Verification Window for Teachers
  • June 14: Roster Verification Close Out for administrators.
  • A-F Report Cards 2013 A-F Report Cards
  • What the SDE will ask districts to do and how it is different from last year
  • For performance and growth – see “Post Code”
  • For whole school improvement, student level v. school level
  • What support districts will need from the SDE/OMES
  • “Rolling” Certification v. Verifying Calculations
  • How the SDE will use the certified student-level A-F report card data?
  • 2013 A-F: Student v. School Level
  • Student Level Data
  • Advanced course work participation
  • Advanced Coursework Performance
  • Cohort Graduation Rate
  • Drop Out Report
  • School Level Data
  • College Remediation
  • College Entrance Exams
  • Student Attendance
  • Parent & Community Engagement
  • Using the Wave to Certify A-F DataDifferent Data Processes for A-F Report Cards
  • Data to Certify
  • Data to Review
  • Data to Submit
  • Connections with other accountability data certification projects
  • Historical Adjusted Cohort Graduation Rate
  • Assessment Post-Code
  • A-F Data to Certify in the Wave
  • Advanced Course Work
  • Data Elements: Course, Instructional Level and Final Grade
  • Process: Use, Correct or Replace Course Data in Wave
  • Tentative Certification Window (end of year)
  • Mid-May through Mid-June
  • Attendance (ADA/ADM)
  • Process: unchanged from last year
  • A-F Data Review (as Available)
  • College Remediation from Higher Ed Regents
  • SAT and AP results from the College Board
  • ACT results from ACT
  • 5-Year Graduation Rate
  • High School Graduation Rate for low-performing 8th Graders
  • ACE Participation
  • Data to Submit
  • Parent and Community Engagement
  • Tentative Submission Window (Spring): mid-March through late April
  • A-F Calculations
  • The SDE will share in advance A-F Report Cards to verify calculations.
  • The SDE will develop an A-F Simulator.
  • “Supplemental Membership Annual Reporting Totals” (SMART Report)October 1 and “Subsidiary” Reports
  • What October 1 and “Subsidiary” Reports are and what they mean for districts
  • SMART, Dropout, Exit (including Graduation/ACE)
  • How do these reports fit together and relate to the Cohort Graduation Rate?
  • What support districts will need from the SDE/OMES
  • How the SDE proposes to move forward/ expand the student count/federal reporting
  • Tentative Timeline for October 1 and “Subsidiary” ReportsFederal Adjusted Cohort Graduation RateThe Federal Four-year Adjusted Cohort Graduation Rate (Oct. 2008)
  • The number of students who graduate in four years with a regular high school diploma divided by the number of students who entered high school four years earlier.
  • Adjusted for transfers in and out, émigrés and deceased students:
  • To remove a student from a cohort, a school or district must confirm in writing that a student has transferred out, emigrated to another country, or is deceased.
  • For students who transfer out of a school, the written confirmation must be official and document that the student has enrolled in another school or in an educational program that culminates in a regular high school diploma.
  • DEADLINE: states must implement the adjusted cohort graduation rate by the 2010–11 school year.
  • Cohort Graduation Rate
  • What the federal Adjusted Cohort Graduation Rate is and what it means for districts
  • How districts can certify a cohort retrospectively
  • What does the SDE proposal mean for the 2012 cohort? For the 2013-2016 cohorts?
  • Which data for which students in which grades
  • What support districts will need from the SDE/OMES
  • Historical Adjusted Cohort Plan: Class of 2012
  • Until the October 1 and “Subsidiary” Reports catch up, the SDE will use available data from 2011-2012:
  • Certified Graduates from the Class of 2012.
  • Certified Drop-Out Reports from the past 5 years
  • Districts will be asked to certify (tentatively) from end of May through the end of June
  • Cohort Year
  • Demographics
  • Assessment “Post Code”Assessment “Post Code”
  • What SDE means by “Post Code” and what it means for districts
  • What the SDE will ask districts to do and how it is different from past years
  • What support districts will need from the SDE/OMES
  • How the SDE will use the “Post Code” assessment data
  • “Post-Code” Clean Up
  • Mid-June through Mid-July
  • Certify Demographics and Testing Status Data, such as:
  • Race/Ethnicity
  • Gender
  • English Language Learners
  • Economically disadvantaged
  • IEP status
  • Accommodations
  • 1st time test takers
  • Across the Five Accountability Data Certification ProjectsPhases of WorkIntegrated Timelines for DistrictsEngagement Opportunities and Challenges
  • Communications between the SDE and districts
  • Method (e.g., email, website, partnerships)
  • Timing (including when and how often)
  • Recipients (who needs to know what)
  • Follow Up (including gathering feedback)
  • Under the SLDS Committee, the role of the Accountability Work Group/Focus Groups
  • Membership: Tech staff and district administrators
  • Priorities: Which projects? How often?
  • Next Steps
  • Survey: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/ OSDEDistrictDataTrainingSurvey.
  • New Information on the SDE Website:http://www.ok.gov/sde/student-information-system
  • REAC3H Accountability Work-/Focus-Group
  • Data Use:
  • Ed-Fi (Dell)
  • PM Village (Edvance Research)
  • Questions?Contact InformationJohn KramanExecutive Director, Student Information Oklahoma State Department of Educationjohn.kraman@sde.ok.gov
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