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2016 AdvancED Accreditation Evidence Hub: 5. Using Results for Continuous Improvement

Overall Standard Rating Average : 3.8

Internal Rating:3.6

Indicator 5.1: The school establishes and maintains a clearly defined and comprehensive student assessment system.

Indicator 5.1: Overall Rating Average 4
Internal Rating 3.5

 

Sub-indicator 5.1.1:  School personnel maintain and use an assessment system that produces data from multiple assessment measures, including locally developed and standardized assessments about student learning and school performance.

Sub-indicator Rating: 3.5

 

Evidence

  • Student Learning Assessment Measures:

Standardized Testing

  • College Admissions Data (p. 33)

  • MAP Scores (p. 19-21)

  • Stanford Scores (p. 21-22

  • SABER Scores (p. 23, 29-30)

  • High School SAT Scores (p. 25-27)

  • PSAT Scores (p. 28)

Locally Developed Assessments - samples of classroom assessments and the corresponding data extracted from the school-wide SpotFire data system.


 

 

Sub-indicator 5.1.2: The system ensures consistent measurement across all classrooms and courses.

 

Sub-indicator Rating: 3.36

 

Evidence

 

 

Sub-indicator 5.1.3: Some assessments, especially those related to student learning, are proven reliable and bias free.

 

Sub-indicator Rating: 2.93

 

Evidence

 

Sub-indicator 5.1.4: The system is regularly evaluated for reliability and effectiveness in improving instruction, student learning and the conditions that support learning.

 

Sub-indicator Rating: 3.43

 

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Indicator 5.2: Professional and support staff continuously collect, analyze and apply learning from a range of data sources, including comparison and trend data about student learning, instruction, program evaluation and organizational conditions

Indicator 5.2: Overall Rating Average 4

Internal Rating 3.7

 

Sub-indicator 5.2.1:  Systematic processes and procedures for collecting, analyzing and applying learning from multiple data sources are used consistently by professional and support staff.

 

Sub-indicator Rating: 3.0

Evidence:

 

Sub-indicator 5.2.2: Data sources include comparison and trend data that provide a complete picture of student learning, instruction, the effectiveness of programs and the conditions that support learning.

 

Sub-indicator Rating: 3.93

 

Evidence:

 

Sub-indicator 5.2.3: School personnel use data to design, implement and evaluate continuous improvement plans to improve student learning, instruction, the effectiveness of programs and organizational conditions.

 

Sub-indicator Rating: 3.29

 

Evidence:

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Indicator 5.3: Professional and support staff are trained in the evaluation, interpretation and use of data

Indicator 5.3 Overall Rating Average 3

Internal Rating : 3

 

 

Sub-indicator 5.3.1: Most professional and support staff members are assessed and trained in a professional development program related to the evaluation, interpretation and use of data.

 

Sub-indicator Rating: 3.0

 

Evidence:

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Indicator 5.4: The school engages in a continuous process to determine verifiable improvement in student learning, including readiness and success at the next level

Indicator 5.4 :Overall Rating Average 4

Internal Rating 4

 

Sub-indicator 5.4.1:  Policies and procedures describe a process for analyzing data that determine verifiable improvement in student learning, including readiness for and success at the next level.

 

Sub-indicator Rating: 3.07

 

Evidence:

  • Physical Education Data Use Protocol - student performance during P.E. Assessments analyzed in this document.

  • CNG Assessment Protocol - evaluation policies and procedures set forth the grading process as well as strategies designed to help each child to succeed in school. Students are expected to meet the standards of the school as evidenced by the assessment process.

  • Miscue Analysis Document - reading records used by teachers, students in the Primary School are assessed and monitored in levels A through K. Teachers analyze the most common mistakes to plan for instruction.

  • HS Academic Guide

    • promotion policy

    • failed-course policy

    • remediation policy

    • incomplete work policy

    • life-skills rubric

 

Sub-indicator 5.4.2: Results indicate mixed levels of improvement, and school personnel sometimes use these results to design, implement and evaluate the results of continuous improvement action plans related to student learning, including readiness for and success at the next level.

 

Sub-indicator Rating: 2.31

 

Evidence:

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Indicator 5.5: Leadership monitors and communicates comprehensive information about student learning, conditions that support student learning and the achievement of school improvement goals to stakeholders.

Indicator 5.5: Overall Rating Average 4

Internal Rating 4

 

Sub-indicator 5.5.1:  Leaders monitor comprehensive information about student learning, conditions that support student learning and the achievement of school improvement goals.

Sub-indicator Rating: 3.57

Evidence:

Sub-indicator 5.5.2: Leaders regularly communicate results using multiple delivery methods to all stakeholder groups.

Sub-indicator Rating: 3.46

    

Evidence:

  • Annual Reports - Results of all student assessments and surveys showing five-year trends.  School Improvement Plan Goals - both short and long term - are communicated to all stakeholders based on the analysis of the data presented.

Delivery method: printed publication and via our online Mail to Parents (communication and marketing tool:Constant Contact)

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