Overview Of 2016 School, District And State

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Overview of2016 School, District and StateMCAS/PARCC ResultsSchool Committee MeetingSeptember 29, 2016Catherine C. Latham, Superintendent2016 MCAS Results September 29, 2016Page 1

State, District and School Level Statusfor TI3LYNN3Lynn English3Lynn ssonSTATETracyWashington112152-2016 MCAS Results September 29, 2016Reason for Level StatusNot meeting gap narrowing goalsAmong lowest performing 20% of schools andsubgroupsFocus on Students w/disabilities -ELL and formerELLNot meeting gap narrowing goalsAmong lowest performing 20% of schoolsNot meeting gap narrowing goalsAmong lowest performing 20% of schools andsubgroupsFocus on Students w/disabilities -ELL and formerELLAmong lowest performing 20% of schoolsAmong lowest performing 20% of schoolsMeeting gap narrowing goalsAmong lowest performing 20% of schoolsPersistently low graduation rate for one or moregroupsFocus on High needs -All students Very low assessment participation (Less than 90%)Focus on Economically disadvantaged -High needs All studentsAmong lowest performing 20% of schoolsMeeting gap narrowing goalsNot meeting gap narrowing goalsAmong lowest performing 20% of schoolsNot meeting gap narrowing goalsAmong lowest performing 20% of schoolsPersistently low graduation rate for one or moregroupsFocus on Students w/disabilitiesOne or more schools classified in Level 3Among lowest performing 20% of subgroupsFocus on Students w/disabilities Persistently low graduation rate for one or moregroupsFocus on Students w/disabilities -ELL and formerELLMeeting gap narrowing goalsAmong lowest performing 20% of schoolsPersistently low graduation rate for one or moregroupsFocus on Students w/disabilitiesMeeting gap narrowing goalsMeeting gap narrowing goalsNot meeting gap narrowing goalsMeeting gap narrowing goalsOne or more districts classified in Level 5Not meeting gap narrowing goalsInsufficient dataPage 2

8 Year ELA CPI ResultsFor State, District, and SchoolsRanked by 2016 CPILynn WoodsSewell-AndersonLVTIClassicalLynn e 3 only **Grades 3 and 4 only2016 MCAS Results September 29, 2016Page 3

8 Year Math CPI ResultsFor State, District, and SchoolsRanked by 2016 CPISewell-AndersonLynn acyLynn 41.7LevelSchool2016 MCAS Results September 29, 2016Page 4

8 Year Science CPI ResultsFor State, District, and SchoolsRanked by 2016 CPISissonAbornLynn WoodsHoodClassicalLVTISTATESewell-AndersonLynn 82016 MCAS Results September 29, 2016Page 5

2009 through 2016 ELA CPI Results for Commissioner’s ynnLowellWorcesterFall RiverBrocktonBostonNew .52009 through 2016 Math CPI Results for Commissioner’s SSTATELowellLynnLawrenceBostonFall RiverNew 68.166.058.82009 through 2016 Science CPI Results for Commissioner’s DistrictsDistrictSTATELynnFall RiverWorcesterBrocktonLowellBostonLawrenceNew S78.366.165.164.461.760.358.153.059.756.152.82016 MCAS Results September 29, 57.554.8Page 6

2016 Assessment & Accountability Results – Lynn Public SchoolsResults from the 2016 PARCC / MCAS Assessments indicate significant positive gains in English LanguageArts, Mathematics and Science after two years of relatively flat data. Students in Lynn continue to perform athigher rates than students in the other nine Commissioner’s districts in the state as evidenced by the CPI scoresover the last five years. The Composite Performance Index (CPI) is an indicator of progress towards allstudents earning scores in proficient or advanced.ELA Composite Performance IndexMath Composite Performance ommissioner's 201462.461.120152016Commissioner's District2016 MCAS Results September 29, nn2013201420152016Commissioner's DistrictState*English Language Arts: The results inELA are the highest they have ever been,with a CPI in the 80’s for the first time.Science Composite Performance 9State*Mathematics: Lynn schools increasedby 3.2 CPI points from the previous year,compared to a 0.5 increase for theCommissioner’s Districts. Also, markingthe first time math CPI has been in the70’s.*Science: The gap between the State’sScience MCAS scores and Lynn’s scoreshas closed dramatically over the past fewyears, from a gap of 10.8 in 2014 to 6.4 in2016. In addition, Lynn’s science scoresare more than 10 CPI points higher thanthe average of the other Commissioner’sDistricts.Page 7

Student GrowthA student growth percentile (SGP) measures student progress by comparing one student’s progress to theprogress of other students with similar MCAS/PARCC performance histories. Every student who has at least 2years of MCAS or PARCC data are placed in a cohort of similar academic peers and a growth percentile iscalculated for each student. A median SGP is calculated at the grade, school, and district level for EnglishLanguage Arts and Mathematics. A median SGP of 50 is considered meeting target.For the first time, growth data in Lynn met target of 50 or higher in both ELA and Mathematics!Multi-year summary of median SGP in ELA and 0122013ELA2016Math2016 MCAS/PARCC Results Highlights:Grade 5 ELA had the largest percent of students earning scores in the highest categories of PARCC (meeting orexceeding expectations) with 53%.Students in Grade 6 demonstrated the steepest trajectory of success in ELA increasing the percent in the highestperformance categories by 9% from the previous year, while decreasing the percent of students in lowestcategory by 14%. The student growth percentile (SGP) for grade 6 has also had the greatest gain from a medianSGP of 35 in 2015 to a median SGP of 62 this year!Every grade level increased the CPI score from 2015, in both subjects, except Grade 4 ELA.In Grade 8, both ELA and Math scores have dramatic increases over the past few years. In ELA, CPI hasconsistently increased each year, to a high of 85.3 in 2016, a four-year increase of 6.4. In addition, the medianSGP increased 15, from 41 to 56. Math scores have increased from a CPI of 57.4 in 2012 to 70.3 in 2016 – anincrease of 12.9! The median SGP in Grade 8 math was the highest of all grade levels and subject areas, withan SGP of 67.Science and Technology/Engineering results in the secondary schools improved significantly from theprevious year with CPI gains in Grade 8 of 6.5 and Grade 10 increased by 5.6 as compared to the state resultswhich declined by 0.9 in grade 8, and improved only slightly (0.7) in Grade 10.2016 MCAS Results September 29, 2016Page 8

Classical HS, Breed, and Harrington had the greatest increases in Math CPI with gains of 8.1, 7.4 and 7.5 CPIpoints respectively. Brickett showed the most gains in ELA with 6.9 CPI point increase from 2015.In Science, Breed ( 12.2), LVTI ( 10.3), Sisson ( 8.9), and Classical ( 8.1) all increased CPI scoressignificantly from the previous year.2016 MCAS Results September 29, 2016Page 9

2016 MCAS Results September 29, 2016 Page 4 8 Year Math CPI Results For State, District, and Schools Ranked by 2016 CPI School el 2009 Math MCAS 2010 Math MCAS 2011 Math MCAS 2012 Math MCAS 2013 Math MCAS 2014 Math MCAS 2015 Math MCAS 2016 Math PARCC Sewell-Anderson 1 80.0 78.7 76.7 84.2 88.3 89.0 89.3 92.5

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