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TARGETING STUDENT PERFORMANCE BASEDSUCCESS MONITORING SYSTEM 2014-2015 ON TARGET Agenda - Morning Calendar State Preview PBMAS 101 Staging Interventions ISAM Application Resources

ON TARGET Agenda - Afternoon Technical Assistance Bilingual Education/English as a Second Language (BE/ESL) Indicators 1-10 Career and Technical Education (CTE) Indicators 1-9 No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Indicators 1-10 Special Education (SPED) Indicators 1-22 ON TARGET

Acronyms PMI - Program Monitoring and Interventions (Now part of the School Improvement Division of TEA) PBM Performance-Based Monitoring PBMAS Performance-Based Monitoring Analysis System DVM Data Validation Monitoring NCLB No Child Left Behind ISAM Interventions Stages and Activities Manager 4 ON TARGET

Acronyms SLR Student Level Review ICA Initial Compliance Analysis ICR Initial Compliance Review (NA Needs Assessment FDA (DA) Focused Data Analysis) CIP (IP) Continuous Improvement Plan CTE/CR - Career & Technology Education/Civil Rights (Review) RF Residential Facilities Tracker RFM Residential Facilities Monitoring 5 ON TARGET

2014 PBM Calendar PBM Product Date of 2013 release Projected date of 2014 release LEA reports posted on TEASE ACCT 08/30/13 LEA reports posted on TEASE ACCT 08/13/14 2014 PBMAS

(Masked reports) LEA reports posted on TEA web site 09/20/13 LEA reports posted on TEA web site 09/17/14 2014 PBMAS State and Region Reports State and region reports posted on TEA web site 10/18/13 State and region

reports posted on TEA web site 10/17/14 2014 PBMAS (Unmasked reports) When are data submitted by LEAs? Throughout the year, depending on the indicator When are data available for internal TEA use?

(blue = current projection) Data for all indicators available by early August 2014 Leaver Data Validation Indicators PEIMS Data Fall/Submission 1 March (but cannot be officially released until after August)

LEA reports posted on TEASE ACCT 11/01/13 LEA reports posted on TEASE ACCT 10/31/14 2014 Discipline Data Validation Indicators PEIMS Data Summer/Submission 3 October/November LEA reports posted on TEASE ACCT 12/06/13

LEA reports posted on TEASE ACCT 11/21/14 2014 Student Assessment Data Validation Indicators Spring Student Assessment Data June LEA reports posted on TEASE ACCT 02/21/14

LEA reports posted on TEASE ACCT 12/19/14 Note: PBM products always use the most current data available. 6 Copyright Texas Education Agency 2014. All rights reserved. ON TARGET 2014 PBMAS State Preview Indicator

(Preliminary) State Trend BE STAAR 3-8 Passing Rate: Mathematics BE STAAR 3-8 Passing Rate: Reading BE STAAR 3-8 Passing Rate: Science BE STAAR 3-8 Passing Rate: Social Studies BE STAAR 3-8 Passing Rate: Writing 7

Copyright Texas Education Agency 2014. All rights reserved. ON TARGET 2014 PBMAS State Preview Indicator (Preliminary) State Trend ESL STAAR 3-8 Passing Rate: Mathematics

ESL STAAR 3-8 Passing Rate: Reading ESL STAAR 3-8 Passing Rate: Science ESL STAAR 3-8 Passing Rate: Social Studies ESL STAAR 3-8 Passing Rate: Writing 8 Copyright Texas Education Agency 2014. All rights reserved. ON TARGET

2014 PBMAS State Preview Indicator (Preliminary) State Trend LNS STAAR 3-8 Passing Rate: Mathematics LNS STAAR 3-8 Passing Rate: Reading LNS STAAR 3-8 Passing Rate: Science LNS STAAR 3-8 Passing Rate: Social Studies

LNS STAAR 3-8 Passing Rate: Writing LNS = LEP Not Served 9 Copyright Texas Education Agency 2014. All rights reserved. ON TARGET 2014 PBMAS State Preview Indicator (Preliminary)

State Trend L YAE STAAR 3-8 Passing Rate: Mathematics L YAE STAAR 3-8 Passing Rate: Reading L YAE STAAR 3-8 Passing Rate: Science L YAE STAAR 3-8 Passing Rate: Social Studies L YAE STAAR 3-8 Passing Rate: Writing L YAE = LEP Year-After Exit 10

Copyright Texas Education Agency 2014. All rights reserved. ON TARGET 2014 PBMAS State Preview Indicator (Preliminary) State Trend LEP Annual Dropout Rate: Grades 7-12

LEP RHSP/DAP Diploma Rate LEP Graduation Rate 11 Copyright Texas Education Agency 2014. All rights reserved. ON TARGET 2014 PBMAS State Preview Indicator (Preliminary)

State Trend CTE Annual Dropout Rate: Grades 9-12 CTE RHSP/DAP Diploma Rate CTE Graduation Rate CTE NTC Males CTE NTC Females 12 Copyright Texas Education Agency 2014. All rights reserved.

ON TARGET 2014 PBMAS State Preview Indicator (Preliminary) State Trend T1 STAAR 3-8 Passing Rate: Mathematics TI STAAR 3-8 Passing Rate: Reading TI STAAR 3-8 Passing Rate: Science

TI STAAR 3-8 Passing Rate: Social Studies TI STAAR 3-8 Passing Rate: Writing T1 = Title I, Part A 13 Copyright Texas Education Agency 2014. All rights reserved. ON TARGET 2014 PBMAS State Preview Indicator

(Preliminary) State Trend T1 Annual Dropout Rate: Grades 7-12 T1 RHSP/DAP Diploma Rate T1 Graduation Rate 14 Copyright Texas Education Agency 2014. All rights reserved.

ON TARGET 2014 PBMAS State Preview Indicator (Preliminary) State Trend MIG STAAR 3-8 Passing Rate: Mathematics MIG STAAR 3-8 Passing Rate: Reading MIG STAAR 3-8 Passing Rate: Science

MIG STAAR 3-8 Passing Rate: Social Studies MIG STAAR 3-8 Passing Rate: Writing MIG = Migrant 15 Copyright Texas Education Agency 2014. All rights reserved. ON TARGET 2014 PBMAS State Preview Indicator

(Preliminary) State Trend MIG Annual Dropout Rate: Grades 7-12 MIG RHSP/DAP Diploma Rate MIG Graduation Rate 16 Copyright Texas Education Agency 2014. All rights reserved.

ON TARGET 2014 PBMAS State Preview Indicator (Preliminary) State Trend SPED STAAR 3-8 Passing Rate: Mathematics SPED STAAR 3-8 Passing Rate: Reading SPED STAAR 3-8 Passing Rate: Science

SPED STAAR 3-8 Passing Rate: Social Studies SPED STAAR 3-8 Passing Rate: Writing 17 Copyright Texas Education Agency 2014. All rights reserved. ON TARGET 2014 PBMAS State Preview Indicator

(Preliminary) State Trend S YAE STAAR 3-8 Passing Rate: Mathematics S YAE STAAR 3-8 Passing Rate: Reading S YAE STAAR 3-8 Passing Rate: Science S YAE STAAR 3-8 Passing Rate: Social Studies S YAE STAAR 3-8 Passing Rate: Writing S YAE = SPED Year-After Exit

18 Copyright Texas Education Agency 2014. All rights reserved. ON TARGET 2014 PBMAS State Preview Indicator (Preliminary) State Trend SPED STAAR Participation Rate

SPED STAAR Modified Participation Rate SPED STAAR Alternate Participation Rate 19 Copyright Texas Education Agency 2014. All rights reserved. ON TARGET 2014 PBMAS State Preview Indicator

(Preliminary) State Trend Placements in 40/41 (Ages 3-5) Regular Class 80% (Ages 6-11) Regular Class <40% (Ages 6-11) Regular Class 80% (Ages 12-21) Regular Class <40% (Ages 12-21) 20

Copyright Texas Education Agency 2014. All rights reserved. ON TARGET 2014 PBMAS State Preview Indicator (Preliminary) State Trend SPED Annual Dropout Rate: Grades 7-12

SPED RHSP/DAP Diploma Rate SPED Graduation Rate 21 Copyright Texas Education Agency 2014. All rights reserved. ON TARGET 2014 PBMAS State Preview Indicator (Preliminary)

State Trend SPED Representation SPED African American Representation SPED Hispanic Representation SPED LEP Representation 22 Copyright Texas Education Agency 2014. All rights reserved.

ON TARGET 2014 PBMAS State Preview Indicator (Preliminary) State Trend SPED Discretionary DAEP Placements SPED Discretionary ISS Placements SPED Discretionary OSS Placements

23 Copyright Texas Education Agency 2014. All rights reserved. ON TARGET Framework for Continuous District and School Improvement 24 PBMAS 101

ON TARGET PBMAS Guiding Principles 1. Positive Results for Students: The PBMAS is intended to assist school districts in achieving positive results for students by providing districts with performance and program effectiveness information at the district, region, and state level that they can use to identify areas

of strength as well as areas in need of improvement. ON TARGET PBMAS Guiding Principles 2. Annual Evaluation: Every district is monitored every year. 3. Maximum Inclusion: The PBMAS includes special types of analyses to ensure districts with small numbers of students are included in the system.

4. Indicator-Level Accountability: The PBMAS is structured to ensure low performance on one indicator cannot be offset by high performance on other indicators since each indicator is assigned a unique result specific to that indicator. ON TARGET PBMAS Guiding Principles 5. High Standards: The PBMAS

promotes high standards for all students. 6. Indicator Design: The PBMAS indicators reflect critical areas of student performance and program effectiveness. 7. Statutory Requirements: The PBMAS is designed to meet statutory requirements. ON TARGET PBMAS Guiding Principles

8. Public Input and Accessibility: The PBMAS is continually informed by public input. The performance and program effectiveness information PBMAS generates is available to the public. 9. System Evolution: The PBMAS is a dynamic system that evolves over time to meet new requirements or changes that occur outside the system. 10.Coordination: PBMAS is part of a coordinated TEA approach to evaluating districts and

ensuring positive results for students. ON TARGET Data Sources for PBMAS Student assessment data Dropout and graduation data PEIMS Calculations

are based on the most current data available. ON TARGET Focus of PBMAS PROGRAM EFFECTIVENESS ON TARGET What does an effective

program look like? ON TARGET BE/ESL English language learners are advancing academically and performing satisfactorily on state assessments. ELLs who have received BE or ESL services for 2 or more years are acquiring language skills and not be scoring at the beginning proficiency level on the TELPAS reading assessment. ELL students are graduating and not dropping out of school.

ELLs have access to higher level courses which permits them to get recommended diploma. Students who did not receive any BE or ESL services due to parental denials are advancing academically and performing satisfactorily on state assessments ON TARGET Special Education Students with disabilities are advancing academically and performing satisfactorily on state assessments. Students are taking the appropriate state assessment, based on the instruction they are receiving.

Students who have been exited from the program are advancing academically and performing satisfactorily on state assessments. ON TARGET Special Education Students are placed in the least restrictive environment and receiving the services they need. Students are graduating or staying until they age out of the program and not dropping out. Students with disabilities are not remove for discipline reasons more than other students. ON TARGET

Each indicator has a state standard. Some state standards are low standards and some are high depending on the indicator. ON TARGET State Standards Some state standards are:

% differences ON TARGET Performance Levels Is the result that occurs when a standard is applied to a districts performance on an indicator 0 1 2 3 0RI Not Assigned (NA) No data (ND) ON TARGET

Minimum Size Requirement Minimum size requirement (MSR) is incorporated into all indicators that are assigned a performance level. Must have at least 30 students in the relevant segment of the student population denominator to be evaluated on an indicator using standard analysis For some indicators, there must be at least 5, 10, or 30 students in the student population numerator. ON TARGET Special Analysis

MSR can be met either in the current year or through the aggregation of numerators and denominators over the most recent two years when previous years data are available. 2012-2013 Passed Tested 6 13 2011-2013 Passed Tested 11 22 35

ON TARGET PBMAS is a district report. However, it is important to know how each campus contributes to it! ON TARGET TELPAS Reading

Beginning Proficiency Level Rate Calculation ON TARGET Why cant I just use state accountabilit y information ? Whats the difference in the data?

ON TARGET PBMAS Manual 2014 Bilingual CTE NCLB SPED 44 ON TARGET PBM/RFM and Staging for Interventions

ON TARGET How to Read Your Report Choose an Indicator Find the PL column in your report Locate that Indicator in the Manual Read the critical information - standards, MSR, availability of SA ON TARGET

2013-2014 PMI Update Beware of NA indicators they can be deceiving! 47 ON TARGET ON TARGET Warning!

NA PL of 0 NA/SA should be carefully reviewed 0 RI met standards PL 1 should be carefully examined No Data should be monitored for accuracy ON TARGET ON TARGET Staging Each program area is staged separately. Cut points are determined for each individual stage within a program area. # of PL 3s

# of PL 2s Stage of Intervention 12 3 4 Bedrock ISD 9

5 4 Whoville ISD 4 2 3 Rocketville ISD 3

9 3 Big City Charter School Bluesville ISD 3 0 3 2

5 2 Dillion ISD 1 8 2 LEA Mayberry ISD

ON TARGET Bilingual/ESL Cutpoints ON TARGET NCLB ON TARGET CT E ON TARGET SPE

D ON TARGET Residential Facilities Calculations from RF Tracker Least Restrictive Environment % of RF students in instructional arrangements of 86, 96, 01, 02, 30, 43, 44, 84, 85, 94, 95 % of RF students receiving a full school day % of RF students receiving less than half of the full school day

ON TARGET Percentages for full school day are converted to a value.( 1-10) If % is: greater greater greater greater

greater greater than 49, but less than 59 =5 greater than 39, but less than 49 = 4 greater than 29, but less than 39 = 3 greater than 19, but less than 29 = 2 greater than 9, but less than 19 = 1 less than 9 = 0

than than than than than 99 = 10 points greater than 89, but less than 99 = 9 79, but less than 89 = 8 69, but less than 79 = 7 59, but less than 69 =6 ON TARGET Percentages for LRE and less than half a school day are converted to a value.

If % is: greater than 99 = 0 points greater than greater than 89, but less than 99 = 1 greater than 79, but less than 89 = 2 greater than 69, but less than 79 = 3 greater than 59, but less than 69 =4 greater than 49, but less than 59 =5 greater than 39, but less than 49 = 6 greater than 29, but less than 39 = 7 greater than 19, but less than 29 = 8 greater than 9, but less than 19 = 9 less than 9 = 10 ON TARGET Residential

Facilities Data Integrity Indicator If LEA completed end-of-year RF Tracker data entry by closing date and did not have to re-enter RFT to make corrections, district will receive 5 points. ON TARGET Residential Facilities % of RF Value Points Earned: LRE + Full School Day + Less Than School Day + Data Integrity

35 possible points ON TARGET Residential Facilities Students who reside in a facility where they cannot leave due to detention, corrections or security personnel and mechanical barriers such as cells, secured windows and doors, and/locked fences are not counted in the LRE calculation. For LEAs that have only facility where students are prevented from leaving, they will be monitored on a cyclical basis.

ON TARGET Intervention Activities All stages engage in the TAIS process: Analyzing data Assessing needs Developing targeted plan Implementing and monitoring plan SPED Stage 3 and 4 must also complete the compliance review. RF interventions as stated in RF Manual will be conducted and data analyzed with all other program areas and incorporated into the targeted

improvement plan ON TARGET Submissions LEAs who are only staged at 1 and/or 2retain all documents, submitting only if requested LEAs who have any program staged at 3 or 4 will submit the targeted improvement on or before November 21 ON TARGET

ON TARGET Data Analysis Summary PBM Questions In reviewing the summary page of the PBMAS report, what patterns and trends across program areas did the data reveal? What campus(es) is(are) contributing to each indicator with a PL of 2 or 3? How does each indicator rated PL 2 or 3 impact student performance? ON TARGET Data Analysis Summary PBM Questions

What other insights did the LEA identify related to student performance for PL 2s or 3s? How do the indicators rated PL 1, 0RI, or NA impact student performance? What does longitudinal PBMAS data from past 2 years reveal when compared to current years report? ON TARGET Data Analysis Summary RF Questions What patterns and trends do the data reveal regarding the performance of RF students?

How do the trends identified impact the performance of RF students? Based on the data, what are the strengths or weaknesses of the districts support for RF students? ON TARGET Framework for Continuous District and School Improvement 68 ON TARGET To access the

interventions and resources, click on one of the links below: http://www.tea.state.tx.us/pmi/ Region 4 Accountability Portal - PBMAS Folder ON TARGET Targeted Improvement PlanInstructions Tab Enter in all fields applicable Helpful tools/Reminders are available FAQ document will be available to assist LEAs/campuses ON TARGET

Targeted Improvement Plan- Instructions Tab Improvement Plan tips are included on the instructions tab Explanation and Screenshots are also included on the instructions tab List of Acronyms are included on the instructions tab ON TARGET Targeted Improvement PlanInstructions Tab LEAs/Campuses must complete a separate Targeted Improvement Plan Formulas carry over from the Data Analysis

tab to the Needs Assessment Summary and IP Reconstitution tab is to be completed by campuses who are 2nd year Improvement Required CAP tab must be completed by LEAs who have identified noncompliance ON TARGET Targeted Improvement Plan- Data Analysis Tab Remember to complete the appropriate Data Analysis depending on LEA/campus Please read the instructions, definition/purpose General Questions section is different depending on

ON TARGET Targeted Improvement Plan- Reminders/Help indicators Red font indicates helpful information Black font indicates Reminders Select boxes allows more than one selection choice if applicable Additional text boxes for explanations as needed ON TARGET Targeted Improvement Plan- Reminders/Help indicators

Additional Help information is available, please look for the circle with Red question mark Hover over the question mark to see the text available To view all comments at once, select the Review tab and then select Show All Comments ON TARGET Targeted Improvement Plan- Problem Statements and Root Causes

Problem Statements are carried over from Section V of the Campus Data Analysis or Section VI of the District Data Analysis tab. ON TARGET Targeted Improvement Plan- Needs Assessment and

IP Contact the support specialist assigned to the review if more than 10 Root Causes are needed Support Specialist will contact a member of the TASP team if additional Root Causes are needed Please remember to complete the Attestation Statement ON TARGET District Tab: PBM Questions ON TARGET

Residential Facilities Tracker ON TARGET Support Systems: Critical Success Factors ON TARGET Critical Success Factors ON TARGET Identification of Problem Statements ON TARGET

Problem Statements ON TARGET Needs Assessment Summary and Improvement Plan ON TARGET Root Cause ON TARGET Corrective Action Plan

ISAM Intervention, Stage, and Activity Manager Preparation for PBM Staging 2014-15 ON TARGET ISAM TEASE Access http://www.tea.state.tx.us/index2.aspx?id=2728 TEAL Access https://pryor.tea.state.tx.us/TSP/TEASecurePortal/Access/LogonServlet

Questions/Feedback related to ISAM [email protected] Questions/Feedback related to documents [email protected] Questions/Feedback related to TEASE/TEAL [email protected] ON TARGET

ISAM Campus User District/Charter School User External Reviewer- TDCSS role Nonpublic School User Regional Service Center User SSA User TEA Staff (PMI)- TEA Reviewer, Admin Tech, Manager TEA Staff (Outside of PMI)TEA Viewer TEA System Admin- ISAM Team

89 ON TARGET 90 ON TARGET 91 ON TARGET 92 ON TARGET

Assigning Program Contacts At least one contact must be assigned for each review before submissions are accepted by the system. If no contact is assigned, an error indicating that no contact is assigned will appear on the page. One program contact must be identified before documents may be submitted to the ISAM system. ON TARGET Assigning Program Contacts Current Contacts are listed on the Events Summary Page on the

right-hand side of the webpage under Program Contacts: 20142015. To add a contact from the Events Summary page, select Contacts to view a current contact or add a new contact. ON TARGET Assigning Program Contacts Enter all new contacts at the LEA level, then assign the contact to specific campus(es) and specific LEA program(s). All contacts that are expected to receive automated emails must have a profile setup in ISAM. Select Create New on the Contacts page to add a new contact. The page will refresh to a form to be completed.

ON TARGET Assigning Program Contacts Enter all contact information for the new program contact and click Save. Select the organization(s) associated with the contact. Select the appropriate position(s). Select the current to present year. Select the program

area(s) assigned to the contact. ON TARGET Assigning Program Contacts For previously-added contacts: Assign the contact to the review (Review Contacts link). Two-step process for new contacts: Add the contact to the list (Contacts link located on the Events Summary Page). Assign the contact to a review (Review Contacts link). ON TARGET

Updating Contact Information It is important that information in the Review Contacts box is correct in order to receive automated emails

Automated emails are sent to contacts once changes are made within ISAM. Contacts assigned to specific program areas will receive automated emails regarding only those program(s). ON TARGET Updating Contact Information From the Events Summary page,

select the Contacts link. Select the View link of the profile being edited. ON TARGET Contact Information Richard Blair Sr. Education Specialist PBMAS Accountability Solutions 713.744.6358 [email protected] Jerry Klekotta

Education Specialist PBMAS, RF Special Education Solutions 713.744.6393 [email protected] Edna Forte Education Specialist - NCLB Accountability Solutions 713.744.6578 [email protected] Monelle Rougeau Education Specialist - CTE Accountability Solutions 713.744.6581 [email protected]

Ana Llamo Education Specialist Bilingual/ESL Accountability Solutions 713.744.6883 [email protected] 100

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