DESE Accountability Reports - Worcester Public Schools

DESE Accountability Reports - Worcester Public Schools

Worcester Accountability Results Report of the Superintendent November 1, 2018 School Types Non-High Schools Serving a combination of grades 3-8 Administering Next-Generation MCAS tests High Schools Serving a combination of grades 9-12 Administering legacy MCAS tests in grade 10 Middle/High or K-12 Schools Serving grade 10 and at least one other grade 3-8 Administering a combination of NextGeneration and legacy MCAS tests in grades 3-8 and 10

2 Indicators for Schools & Districts Indicators for Non-High School Grades ELA average composite scaled score Mathematics average composite scaled score Science CPI ELA SGP Mathematics SGP Progress toward English proficiency Chronic absenteeism Indicators for High School Grades

ELA CPI Mathematics CPI Science CPI ELA SGP Mathematics SGP Progress toward English proficiency Four-year cohort graduation rate Extended engagement rate Annual dropout rate Chronic absenteeism Advanced coursework completion 3 Setting Targets Indicator ELA achievement Math achievement Science achievement ELA SGP Math SGP Four-year cohort graduation rate Extended engagement rate Annual dropout rate EL progress Chronic absenteeism Advanced coursework completion Non-High Schools All

Lowest Performing Students Students - - High Schools All Lowest Performing Students Students

- 4 Target percentage Category Points Target % Reported Declined No change 0 1 Improved Met target Exceeded target 2 3 4 0% 25% 50%

Partially Meeting Targets 75% 100% Met Targets 5 Sample Criterion-Referenced Non-High School Percentages Indicator ELA scaled score Math scaled score Science CPI Achievement total ELA SGP Math SGP Growth total EL progress Chronic absenteeism Weighted total Percentage of possible points Criterion-referenced target percentage All Students (50%) Points Total Possible Earned Points 3 4

2 4 2 4 7 12 4 4 3 4 7 8 2 4 3 4 6.1 9.6 63.5% Weight 60% 20% 10% 10% - Lowest Performing Students (50%) Points Total Possible Weight Earned

Points 2 4 2 4 4 8 67.5% 4 4 4 4 8 8 22.5% 4 4 10% 4.9 7.6 64.5% - 64% Partially Meeting Targets 6 Sample Criterion-Referenced High School Percentages All Students (50%)

Indicator ELA CPI Math CPI Science CPI Achievement total ELA SGP Math SGP Growth total 4-year cohort graduation rate Extended engagement rate Annual dropout rate High school completion total EL progress Chronic absenteeism Advanced coursework completion Additional indicators total Weighted total Percentage of possible points Criterion-referenced target percentage Points Earned Total Possible Points 3 2 2 7 4 3

7 3 4 3 10 2 3 3 6 7.0 4 4 4 12 4 4 8 4 4 4 12 4 4 4 8 10.0 70.0% Lowest Performing Students (50%) Weight

40% 20% 20% 10% 10% - Points Earned Total Possible Points 2 2 1 5 4 4 8 4 4 5.6 4 4 4 12 4 4 8 4

4 10.3 62% Partially Meeting Targets 54.1% Weight 67.5% 22.5% 10% 7 Major takeaways from year one of the accountability system First year of the accountability system and DESE will look to see if any changes or refinements are necessary Not naming any new Underperforming or Chronically Underperforming schools Four schools have been released from Underperforming status at the commissioners discretion 68% of Massachusetts schools were shown to be improving or better under the new system DESE designated 52 schools as Schools of Recognition 8 2018 State Accountability Data Summary Overall accountability classification for schools 74% designated as Not requiring assistance or

intervention 14% designated as Requiring assistance or intervention 12% designated as Insufficient Data Overall accountability classification for districts 90% designated as Not requiring assistance or intervention 9 2018 State Accountability Data Summary Accountability categories for schools 31% categorized as Meeting targets 53% categorized as Partially meeting targets 14% categorized as In need of focused/targeted support 2% categorized as In need of broad/comprehensive support 52 schools also received a School of Recognition label for high achievement, high growth or exceeding targets 10 2018 State Accountability Data Summary

Accountability categories for districts 17% categorized as Meeting targets 75% categorized as Partially meeting targets 7% categorized as In need of focused/targeted support 1% categorized as In need of broad/comprehensive support 11 Accountability report 12 Sample School Reportoverall & subgroup data 13 Sample School Reportoverall & subgroup data 14 Sample School Reportdetailed data 15 Sample School Reportdetailed data 16 Sample School Reportdetailed data 17

Accountability data dos & donts Do not: Compare 2018 accountability data to historical accountability results (percentiles, performance against targets, etc.) Additional indicators, fewer years of data, different comparison groups Equate 2018 accountability categories with historical accountability & assistance levels No crosswalk between categories & levels 18 Worcester Accountability Data District Results District Results District Results- ELA Nonhigh school District Results- ELA High School District Results- Math Non-High school District Results- Math High School District Results- Science NonHigh School

District Results- Science High School Urban District Progress Toward Targets District Name Progress toward improvement targets (%) Classification Worcester 57 Boston Subgroup Results (%) Eco. Dis SWD EL Not requiring assistance or intervention 38

35 30 58 Needs SpED assistance 43 42 31 Brockton 38 Needs SpED Intervention 33 36 19 Chicopee 43 Not requiring assistance or intervention

49 46 23 Fall River 42 Not requiring assistance or intervention 40 36 29 Holyoke 58 In need of broad/comprehensive support- chronically underperforming; Needs substantial SpED Intervention 56 43 38

Lawrence 32 In need of broad/comprehensive support- chronically underperforming; Needs substantial SpED Intervention 28 12 24 Lowell 58 Not requiring assistance or intervention 65 50 48 Lynn 45 Needs SpED assistance 29

23 23 New Bedford 40 In need of focused/targeted support-low graduation rate; Needs SpED intervention 46 33 48 Springfield 58 Needs SpED intervention 56 39 48 Urban District Achievement Data

District Name ELA Non-High School (composite scaled score) Math Non-High School (composite scaled score) ELA High School (CPI) Math High School (CPI) Worcester 491.7 488.1 92.3 80.1 Boston 491.1 489.0

92.9 83.6 Brockton 487.0 484.2 91.7 76.0 Chicopee 495.0 495.3 95.3 85.9 Fall River 491.4 489.0 89.8

74.5 Holyoke 480.0 475.4 92.3 74.2 Lawrence 487.0 488.1 89.6 73.9 Lowell 492.8 492.3 92.6 82.3

Lynn 492.3 490.5 87.2 76.2 New Bedford 490.4 488.9 78.7 68.8 Springfield 489.1 486.0 88.5 71.8 School Overall Classification: Requiring assistance or intervention

Reason for School Classification: In need of focused/targeted support School Name Grades Served Criterion2018 Reason for School October 2018 Accountability Referenced Target Classification Type Enrollment Percentile Percentage (%) Performance Burncoat Middle School 07,08 MS 623 4 18 Sullivan Middle 06,07,08 MS

865 4 19 Worcester East Middle 06,07,08 MS 821 5 25 North High Grafton Street Columbus Park Vernon Hill School Burncoat Senior High Clark St Community Canterbury 09,10,11,12 K,01,02,03,0 4,05,06 PK,K,01,02,0 3,04,05,06 PK,K,01,02,0

3,04,05,06 HS 1279 6 48 ES 325 6 63 ES 374 7 47 ES 410 9

50 09,10,11,12 PK,K,01,02,0 3,04,05,06 PK,K,01,02,0 3,04,05,06 HS 1018 9 70 ES 186 10 79 ES 301 19 45

2018 Reason for Classification Participation Low subgroup performance Low subgroup performance Low subgroup performance Low subgroup performance Low subgroup performance Low subgroup performance 2018 Low Performing Subgroup(s) White -Economically disadvantaged -High needs Asian -Students w/disabilities Economically disadvantaged Hispanic/Latino -High needs White -Students w/disabilities Low participation rate White

Afr. Amer./Black -Students w/disabilities -Hispanic/Latino -EL and former EL White White Low participation rate Low subgroup performance 2018 Low Participation Groups Students w/disabilities White Worcester School Categorization School of Recognition Francis McGrath Wawecus Road Meeting Targets Partially Meeting Targets Belmont Street Community

Chandler Magnet City View Elm Park Community Flagg Street Goddard School/Science Technical Jacob Hiatt Magnet Lincoln Street May Street Midland Street Quinsigamond Tatnuck West Tatnuck Woodland Academy Worcester Arts Magnet School Burncoat Street Claremont Academy Doherty Memorial High Forest Grove Middle Gates Lane Heard Street Lake View Nelson Place Norrback Avenue Rice Square Roosevelt South High Community Thorndyke Road Union Hill School University Pk Campus Worcester Technical High

In Need of Focused/Targeted Support Insufficient Data Burncoat Middle School Chandler Elementary Burncoat Senior High Head Start Canterbury Clark St Community Columbus Park Grafton Street North High Sullivan Middle Vernon Hill School Worcester East Middle Thank You

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