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Title: SAISD Gold Performance Acknowledgements


1
SAISD Gold Performance Acknowledgements
  • SAISD Board Report
  • Office of Research and Evaluation

2
Purpose of Gold Performance Acknowledgements
  • The Texas Education Agency (TEA) issues Gold
    Performance Acknowledgements to campuses and
    districts which have exceeded standards set at
    the highest levels in areas not addressed in the
    basic accountability system.
  • TEA uses a new method of scoring with the Texas
    Assessment of Knowledge and Skills (TAKS) test.
    The use of a scale score helps determine how
    students are doing. TAKS is more difficult than
    the former Texas Assessment of Academic Skills
    (TAAS) test, so we have a better measure for
    students scoring at the highest levels.
  • A scale score of 2200 (with a 3 on writing or the
    writing portion of the English Language Arts
    exam) is considered on track for "college
    readiness.
  • A scale score of 2400 earns a Commended score,
    a very high standard.

3
2003 2004 Gold Performance Acknowledgements
Announced
  • The Texas Education Agency announced districts
    and campuses given Gold Performance
    Acknowledgements for outstanding performance on a
    variety of indicators in December 2004.
  • The San Antonio Independent School District was
    acknowledged because we graduated 77.3 of the
    Class of 2003 under the Recommended High School
    Program. The state graduated only 63.7 on this
    more advanced academic schedule. The 77.3 was a
    13 point increase over the 63.8 rate for the
    Class of 2002.
  • 43 of the 88 or 49 of regular SAISD campuses
    received acknowledgments (53 of campuses
    statewide earned these awards) with most campuses
    receiving recognition in two or more areas. The
    District also received an acknowledgement for the
    Recommended High School Program.

4
2003 2004 Gold Performance Acknowledgement
Standards
  • Advanced Course Completion In 2002 03, 25 or
    more of 9th 12th graders received credit for at
    least one Advanced Course (All students and by
    group). This award is based on students
    receiving dual credit by enrolling in a course
    which acquires both high school and college
    credit, Advanced Placement Courses, International
    Baccalaureates courses, or various other high
    level courses such as Calculus or fourth year
    foreign language.
  • Attendance Rate In 2002 03 elementary schools
    had an attendance rate of 97 or higher
    districts, multi-level schools, and middle
    schools had an attendance rate of 96 or higher
    and high schools had an attendance rate of 95 or
    higher (All students).
  • Recommended High School Program In 2002 03 50
    or more of graduates met or exceeded the
    requirements for the Recommended High School
    Program or the Distinguished Achievement Program.
  • Commended At least 20 or more of students
    scored at the Commended Level on TAKS in a
    given subject (All students and by group).

5
2003 2004 Gold Performance Acknowledgement
Standards
  • Commended Performance Reading/ELA 26 of
    campuses statewide received this acknowledgement,
    while 22 (19) campuses in SAISD were
    acknowledged.
  • Commended Performance Mathematics 16 of
    campuses statewide received this acknowledgement,
    while 13 (11) campuses in SAISD were
    acknowledged.
  • Commended Performance Writing 21 of campuses
    statewide received this acknowledgement, while
    11 (10) campuses in SAISD were acknowledged.
  • Commended Performance Science 10 of campuses
    statewide received this acknowledgement, while 1
    (1) campus in SAISD was acknowledged.
  • Commended Performance Social Studies 7 of
    campuses statewide received this acknowledgement,
    while 2 (2) campuses in SAISD were acknowledged.

6
Percentage of SAISD and State Students at
Commended 2003 - 2004
3 4 5 5 6 9 3 6
5 8 SAISD Growth/ State Growth
7
Percentage of SAISD and State Students
(Economically Disadvantaged) at Commended 2004
8
SAISD 2003 2004 Gold Performance
Acknowledgements
Secondary Campuses Secondary Campuses Secondary Campuses
High School Recommended High School Program Advanced Courses
Brackenridge
Burbank
Edison
Fox Tech
Highlands
Houston
Jefferson
Lanier
Brackenridge was one of only 112 (1.4) of
schools statewide that qualified for this
acknowledgement.
9
SAISD 2003 2004 Gold Performance
Acknowledgements
Secondary Campus        
Middle Schools Attendance Commended Reading Commended Writing Commended Social Studies
Connell        
Cooper        
Harris        
Lowell        
Rhodes        
10
SAISD 2003 2004 Gold Performance
Acknowledgements
Elementary Campuses  Elementary Campuses       
Elementary Schools Attendance Commended Reading Commended Writing Commended Math Science
Austin        
Baskin        
Brewer        
Briscoe        
Cameron        
Hawthorne
Miller        
11
SAISD 2003 2004 Gold Performance
Acknowledgements
Elementary Campuses  Elementary Campuses       
Elementary Schools Attendance Commended Reading Commended Writing Commended Math Science
Arnold
Ball
Barkley/Ruiz
Bonham
Fenwick
Franklin
Graebner
Highland Park
Huppertz
Japhet
Kelly
12
SAISD 2003 2004 Gold Performance
Acknowledgements
Elementary Campuses  Elementary Campuses       
Elementary Schools Attendance Commended Reading Commended Writing Commended Math Science
King
Knox        
Lamar        
Madison        
Margil        
Maverick        
Ogden
Pershing        
Rogers
Schenck
Steele
Tynan
13
In Summary
  • Approximately 50 of eligible SAISD schools
    earned a Gold Performance Acknowledgement.
  • At the District level we are making gains in the
    number of students scoring at the Commended
    Level. We matched performance with the state for
    economically disadvantaged students with one
    percentage point more gain in writing and social
    studies than the state, and one percentage point
    less gain in math.
  • When compared to urban districts San Antonio did
    well in math, writing, science, and social
    studies. San Antonio was below the midpoint of
    scores only in reading, despite our much larger
    ratio of economically disadvantaged students.

14
In Summary
  • The District and District high schools made
    significant progress toward the Recommended High
    School Diploma standard, with both considerable
    growth over prior year and higher percentages of
    students in this standard than the state.
  • A number of schools showed top performance for
    20 or more of the tested population, and the
    District compares favorably with the state
    economically disadvantaged population.
  • Brackenridge High School has achieved an
    extraordinary acknowledgement with 29.5 of
    students acquiring credit in advanced classes,
    while only 19.7 of students statewide achieved
    this status.
  • Arnold Elementary earned Gold Performance
    Acknowledgements in every eligible category.
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