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Title: Preliminary SAISD 2002 - 2003 TAKS Performance


1
Preliminary SAISD 2002 - 2003 TAKS
Performance
  • Board Report
  • June 2003

2
Elevating Assessment Standards Migrating from
TAAS to TAKS
  • The State of Texas recognized a need for more
    rigorous assessment standards because the TAAS
    exam no longer measured the full potential of our
    students or our schools.
  • State regulations prevented TAAS testing
    contractors from making TAAS questions more
    difficult over time.

3
Elevating Assessment Standards State Methodology
  • In 2003, Texas elevated testing standards by
  • Expanding the testing program to include more
    grades and subjects.
  • Making test questions harder through the
    introduction of a new test Texas Assessment of
    Knowledge and Skills (TAKS).

4
Elevating Assessment Standards Including More
Grades and Subjects

2003 Changes From TAAS to TAKS 2003 Changes From TAAS to TAKS
Subject Area Change
Reading Added in Grade 9
Writing Moved to Grade 7 deleted in Grade 10
Mathematics Added in Grades 9 and 11
English language arts Added in Grades 10 and 11 (including writing)
Science Added in Grades 5, 10, and 11 deleted in Grade 8
Social studies Added in Grades 10 and 11
5
Elevating Assessment Standards Making Test
Questions Harder
Test Duration
TABS 1980 - 1983 Texas Assessment of Basic Skills
TEAMS 1983 - 1990 Texas Educational Assessment of Minimum Skills
TAAS 1990 - 2002 Texas Assessment of Academic Skills
TAKS Present Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills
See the examples which follow.
6
Exit Level (11th Grade)
T A B S
  • Use basic operations
  • 7,001 A. 1,076
  • -6,325 B. 776
  • C. 676
  • D. 1,976

7
Exit Level (Grade 11)
TEAMS
  • Use basic operations to solve decimal problems
  • 26.05 X 20
  • 521
  • 42
  • 52.1
  • 53

8
Exit Level (Grade 10) Express
or solve problems using mathematical
representation
TAAS
The fare for riding in a taxi is a 2 fixed
charge and 0.10 per mile. The fare for a ride of
d miles is 3.50. Which equation could be used to
find d ?
  • 0.10(2 d) 3.50
  • (0.10)(2) d 3.50
  • 2(0.10d) 3.50
  • 2 0.10d 3.50
  • 2(0.10 d) 3.50

9
Exit Level (Grade 11) Prototype Item
TAKS
  • Formulate and use linear equations and
    inequalities
  • The equations of two lines are
  • 4x - 5y -15 and y 4 / 5x - 6
  • Which of the following describes their point of
    intersection?
  • (1.875, 4.5)
  • (-5, 1)
  • (10, -5)
  • No intersection

10
Grade 5 Mathematics Prototype Item
TAKS
  • Demonstrate an understanding of probability
    and statistics TEKS 5.12, 5.13
  • The chart shows the high temperature for
    todays date for five consecutive years.
  • Date Temperature
  • 1996 74F
  • 1997 80F
  • 1998 81F
  • 1999 76F
  • 2000 79F
  • What is the median high temperature in F for
    this date? Record your answer and fill in the
    correct bubbles on the answer document.

Item demonstrates that students now have some
questions in which the answer cannot be selected,
but must be calculated with precision.
11
Elevating Assessment Standards Making Test
Questions More Difficult
  • Like TAAS, the TAKS test also measures
    understanding of the Texas Essential Knowledge
    and Skills. However, the level of difficulty of
    questions is much harder. For example

Passing Standard if TAAS was still in place Passing Standard if TAAS was still in place Passing Standard for TAKS (Phase I 2003) Passing Standard for TAKS (Phase I 2003)
Exam Test Questions Questions Correct to Pass Test Questions Questions Correct to Pass
2003 Grade 7 Math TAKS Test 48 9 48 22
2003 Grade 8 Reading TAKS Test 48 15 48 28
12
Elevating Assessment Standards Benchmarking TAKS
Performance Measurement
  • The following slides outline our current
    performance in regard to TAKS.
  • It is counterproductive to measure current
    performance against TAAS, since this is an
    apples to oranges comparison.
  • Our best performance indicator is our relative
    performance in terms of state scores, which are
    currently available only at grade levels.

13
Preliminary 2002 2003 SAISD TAKS Results
Reading (Combining Reading and ELA, Grades 3-11)
District figures at nearest tenth. Grade level
rounded up at .5 and higher. Not a final
accountability document.
14
Preliminary 2002 2003 SAISD TAKS Results Math
(Grades 3- 11)
District figures at nearest tenth. Grade level
rounded up at .5 and higher. Not a final
accountability document.
15
Preliminary 2002 2003 SAISD TAKS Results
Writing (Grades 4 and 7)
District figures at nearest tenth. Grade level
rounded up at .5 and higher. Not a final
accountability document.
16
Preliminary 2002 2003 SAISD TAKS Results
Science (Grades 5, 10, and 11)
District figures at nearest tenth. Grade level
rounded up at .5 and higher. Not a final
accountability document.
17
Preliminary 2002 2003 SAISD TAKS Results
Social Studies (Grades 8, 10, and 11)
District figures at nearest tenth. Grade level
rounded up at .5 and higher. Not a final
accountability document.
18
Percentage Points of Difference Between SAISD and
the State on 2003 TAKS
Test Range of Difference
Reading/ELA From (- 4) at Grade 11 to (-12) at Grades 4 and 10
Math From (- 9) at Grades 3 and 10 to (-21) at Grade 7
Writing From (- 6) at Grade 4 to (-7) at Grade 7
Science From (-11) at Grade 5 to (-21) at Grade 10
Social Studies From (- 2) at Grade 8 to (-7) at Grade 10
19
Elevating Assessment Standards Statewide
Implications of TAAS to TAKS
  • The increase in item difficulty widened the gap
    between economically disadvantaged students and
    the all student group in most subjects at the
    state level this year. For example at Grade 5
    Science, economically disadvantaged students
    scored 17 percentage points below the all student
    group. This gap ranged from 12 to 14 percentage
    points for math at Grades 9, 10 and 11.
  • Since 90 of students in SAISD are economically
    disadvantaged, district scores are compared to
    the state in this area. In SAISD, economically
    disadvantaged scores are usually exactly the same
    as the all student group. (The only district
    variance was that in seven measures economically
    disadvantaged students were one percentage point
    lower. See grades noted with .)

20
SAISD TAKS 2003 Grade Level Reading Scores
Compared to State Economically Disadvantaged
(Including ELA at Grade 10 and 11, Grades 3 - 11)

Difference
-1 -5 -2
-4 -3 -1 0
-1 5
District figures at nearest tenth. Grade level
rounded up at .5 and higher. Not a final
accountability document.
21
SAISD TAKS 2003 Grade Level Math Scores Compared
to State Economically Disadvantaged
Difference
-5 -8 -5 -8
-10 -6 2 3
2
District figures at nearest tenth. Grade level
rounded up at .5 and higher. Not a final
accountability document.
22
SAISD TAKS 2003 Grade Level Writing Scores
Compared to State Economically Disadvantaged
(Grade 4 and Grade 7)
Difference
-1
-1
District figures at nearest tenth. Grade level
rounded up at .5 and higher. Not a final
accountability document.
23
SAISD TAKS 2003 Grade Level Science Scores
Compared to State Economically Disadvantaged
(Grade 5, 10, and 11)
Difference
0 -4
-1
District figures at nearest tenth. Grade level
rounded up at .5 and higher. Not a final
accountability document.
24
SAISD TAKS 2003 Grade Level Social Studies Scores
(Grade 8, 10, and 11)
Difference
2
1 2
District figures at nearest tenth. Grade level
rounded up at .5 and higher. Not a final
accountability document.
25
Elevating Assessment Standards Migrating from
TAAS to TAKS
  • SAISD and other districts are at the beginning of
    a new testing cycle with TAKS. The TAKS test
    will be phased in over a period of three years.
  • The number of questions needed to pass the test
    will go up over the next two years at every grade
    level and in every subject. This number varies
    across every test.
  • In 2005, we will be at the level of difficulty
    the state originally planned.
  • In the following graphs, the blue bar indicates
    where we are. The red striped bar indicates
    where we would be if there were no phase in
    period prior to 2005.

26
SAISD 2003 Percent Passing Reading Compared by
05 Panel Recommendation and Current 03
Standard
.
  • Blue Columns 2003 TAKS Results measured against
    the 2003 standard (2SEM) - the current measure
    in place.
  • Red Striped Columns 2003 TAKS Results measured
    against the 2005 standard - the future goal.
  • All scores are based on all students taking - raw
    score summary data (not an accountability
    subset).

27
SAISD 2003 Percent Passing Math Compared by 05
Panel Recommendation and Current 03 Standard
  • Blue Columns 2003 TAKS Results measured against
    the 2003 standard (2SEM) - the current measure
    in place.
  • Red Striped Columns 2003 TAKS Results measured
    against the 2005 standard - the future goal.
  • All scores are based on all students taking - raw
    score summary data (not an accountability
    subset).

28
SAISD 2003 Percent Passing Writing Compared by
05 Panel Recommendation and Current 03
Standard
  • Blue Columns 2003 TAKS Results measured against
    the 2003 standard (2SEM) - the current measure
    in place.
  • Red Striped Columns 2003 TAKS Results measured
    against the 2005 standard - the future goal.
  • All scores are based on all students taking - raw
    score summary data (not an accountability
    subset).

29
SAISD 2003 Percent Passing Science Compared by
05 Panel Recommendation and Current 03 Standard
  • Blue Columns 2003 TAKS Results measured against
    the 2003 standard (2SEM) - the current measure
    in place.
  • Red Striped Columns 2003 TAKS Results measured
    against the 2005 standard - the future goal.
  • All scores are based on all students taking - raw
    score summary data (not an accountability
    subset).

30
SAISD 2003 Percent Passing Social Studies
Compared by 05 Panel Recommendation and Current
03 Standard
  • Blue Columns 2003 TAKS Results measured against
    the 2003 standard (2SEM) - the current measure
    in place.
  • Red Striped Columns 2003 TAKS Results measured
    against the 2005 standard - the future goal.
  • All scores are based on all students taking - raw
    score summary data (not an accountability
    subset).

31
SAISD and Destination Exemplary
  • Our focus has changed this year to include a
    broader, conceptual approach to the TEKS.
  • Diagnostic data, now available, will be
    invaluable in guiding us toward excellence in the
    coming year.
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