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Accountability Progress Reporting Attachment to News Release #13-78.

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2012–13 Accountability Progress Reporting System: Summary of Results

Background
APR System Results
Key Differences Between the State and Federal Accountability Systems

Summary of 2013 Growth API Results

Schools At or Above the State Target of 800
The Achievement Gap

Summary of 2013 AYP Results

School Type

English-Language Arts

Mathematics

Elementary and Middle

89.2%

89.5%

High

88.9%

88.7%

Summary of 2013–14 PI Results

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Statewide Accountability:
Academic Performance Index 2013 Growth Results

Table 8: Percentage of Schools At or Above Target of 800 on Growth API Scores, 2002–2013

School Type

2002
–03

2003
–04

2004
–05

2005
–06

2006
–07

2007
–08

2008
–09

2009
–10

2010
–11

2011
–12

2012 –13

Change in Percentage Points 2003-13

Elementary

26%

27%

32%

35%

36%

41%

48%

51%

55%

59%

56%

30

Middle

14%

18%

21%

24%

25%

30%

36%

40%

43%

48%

50%

36

High

7%

8%

12%

14%

15%

17%

21%

25%

28%

30%

31%

24

All Schools

21%

23%

27%

30%

31%

36%

42%

46%

49%

53%

51%

30

Note: Table excludes schools in the Alternative Schools Accountability Model (ASAM), special education schools, and schools with fewer than 100 valid scores.

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Table 9: API Growth by Student Group Statewide, 2012–13

Program Participation

2012 Base API

2013 Growth API

2012–13 API Change

Socioeconomically Disadvantaged

740

745

5

English Learners

719

720

1

Students with Disabilities

610

615

5

Statewide and Race/Ethnicity

2012 Base API

2013 Growth API

2012–13 API Change

Statewide

791

789

-2

Black or African American

709

707

-2

American Indian or Alaska Native

745

742

-3

Asian

906

906

0

Filipino

870

866

-4

Hispanic or Latino

743

743

0

Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander

777

773

-4

White

855

852

-3

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Federal Accountability: 2013 Adequate Yearly Progress

Table 10: Percentage of All Schools and of Title I Schools Making AYP by Grade Span, 2012 and 2013

School Type

2012 All Schools

2013 All Schools

2012 Title I-Funded Schools Only

2013 Title I-Funded Schools Only

Elementary

27%

10%

20%

8%

Middle

18%

6%

15%

4%

High

28%

27%

23%

24%

Total Percent and Number of Schools

26%
(9,905)

14%
(9,861)

20%
(6,206)

10%
(6,135)*

Note: The number of Title I schools statewide for 2013 was taken from the 2012–13 Consolidated Application and Reporting System's winter submission. The number of Title I schools statewide for 2012 was updated using the 2012–13 Consolidated Application, Part 1. Each LEA is responsible for completing these submissions annually.

* The 2013 AYP data are not yet available for 71 year-round schools. These schools are not included in the numbers and calculations reported for 2013 in Table 10.

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Federal Accountability: 2013–14 Program Improvement

Table 11: 2013–14 Title I PI Status Statewide Summary of Schools

Year

New

Remain

Total

Exit

Year 1

741*

85

826

12

Year 2

731

79

810

  5

Year 3

776

51

827

  1

Year 4

503

21

524

  2

Year 5

413

   1,596**  

2,009

  8

Total

3,164

1,832

4,996

28

* These schools were newly identified for PI in 2013–14.

** The federal Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) does not allow for a school PI designation beyond Year 5. The 1,596 schools referenced above have been identified for PI for six or more years.

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Table 12: 2013–14 Title I PI Status Statewide Summary of LEAs

Year

New

Remain

Total

Exit

Year 1

88*

2

90

1

Year 2

57

0

57

0

Year 3

84

   335**

419

0

Total

229

337

566

1

* These LEAs were newly identified for PI in 2013–14.

** ESEA does not allow for an LEA PI designation beyond Year 3. The 335 LEAs referenced above have been identified for PI for four or more years.

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