Parkway School District
February 27, 2008
Dr. Chialin Hsieh
Academic Assessment Coordinator
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Acknowledgement
 Kathy Blackmore, Executive Director
 Curriculum and Development colleagues
 Dr. Malito, Superintendent
 Board of Education
 Curriculum Council
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Today…
 What do we believe?
 What are we held accountable for at the state level and
federal level?
 Who is Parkway?
 How are we doing? Where do we stand?
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Academic Achievement and
Engagement for All Students:
BOE Focus Areas 2006-2008
 Pre-K-12 guaranteed, viable, district curriculum that meets the educational
needs of all children
 Implement research-based instructional strategies that promote high levels
of student engagement
 Reading, writing, and vocabulary integrated into all content areas
 Seek partnerships and research strategies that increase achievement in
math and science with an emphasis on technology
 Integrate technology into the teaching and learning process
 Monitor, analyze, and seek continuous
improvement in Parkway/State/
National academic indicators
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Missouri School Improvement
Program (MSIP)
 MSIP Standard 6.2
 The district administers state-required tests and other
tests and uses disaggregated and longitudinal
assessment data to adjust its curriculum and
instruction.
 MSIP Standard 6.2.3
 The board annually reviews performance data
disaggregated based on race/ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic status, identified disability, migrant, and/or
LEP students in order to effectively monitor student
academic achievement and dropout/persistence-tograduation rates.
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What do we believe about
assessment in Parkway?
 Student Academic Assessment is integral to
the learning process to inform student’s
learning.
 It should involve multiple measures and
various question types from national, state,
district, and classroom assessments.
 Every student has a continuous capacity to
learn.
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Continuous Learning through
development, leadership, and service
Academic
Assessment
Professional
Development
Intervention/
Prevention
Maximize
Student
Learning and
Achievement
Technology
Integration
Parent
Involvement
Curriculum
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Logic Model
PLANNING: start with the end in mind
•Students
•Teachers
•Parents
•Leadership
•Finance
•…
•Professional
Development
•Prevention
•Intervention
•Technology
Integration
•Parent Involvement
•New Initiatives
(reading specialists,
math specialists, …)
•Lower class size
•…
What do you want to know?
•Student Achievement:
•NCLB/AYP
•MSIP/APR
•College Readiness
(ACT, PLAN, EXPLORE)
•Other Outcome Measures:
•Graduation rate
•Attendance rate
•Where our graduates
go
•Career path
•World class citizen
•…
How will you know it?
EVALUATION: check and verify
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What are we held accountable for?
NCLB: AYP
Subgroups
MSIP:
APR
Communication Arts
14 standards
Parkway:
Math
MAP
(6)Whole child
•Family
support
and involvement
Moving
target:
100%
ACT
•Student
family connectedness
kidsand
proficient
in
Advanced
Courses
•Challenging
and
engaging
2014 Ed Courses
Career
curriculum
College Placement
•Rich content and an engaging
Career Ed Placement
learning climate
Graduationteachers
Rate and
•High-quality
Attendance Rate
administrators
Achievement
•A Subgroup
safe, healthy,
orderly, and
trusting environment
•A climate that supports strong
relationships between adults and
students
•Character development
•Modeling of healthy behaviors
•Planning for the future
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•World class citizen
NCLB
AYP
MSIP
APR
Parkway
Whole Child: 2008 Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development
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Who are we?

Parkway is a
diverse school
district with a
total population
of 18,432 in 2007.
2007
Parkway
Missouri
Free/Reduced
Lunch
16.6%
41.1%
Students with
IEP
17.2%
14.3%
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How are we doing?
AYP
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AYP
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MAP Achievement Gap
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MAP Achievement Gap
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Stanford Achievement Test
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Interactive Chart
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Interactive Chart
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Interactive Chart
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Parkway EXPLORE
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Interactive Chart
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Parkway PLAN
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Interactive Chart
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Parkway ACT
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Parkway ACT
# & % of
students took
ACT
2006
2007
Parkway (#)
(%)
1187
83.2%
1296
84.7%
Missouri (%)
70%
70%
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Parkway ACT
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# & % of Graduates took
ACT
2007
Parkway (#)
(%)
1296
84.7%
Interactive Chart
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2007 AP National Report
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Parkway Advanced Placement
Program (AP)
http://www.collegeboard.com/student/testing/ap/about.html
Data source: AP
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Parkway Advanced Placement
Program (AP)
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Parkway Attendance Rate and
Dropout Rate
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Parkway Graduation Rate and
Followup
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DESE Graduate Analysis, 2003-2007
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Where Our Graduates Go
Parkway and Missouri
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Summary
 Overall, our students are doing well academically and
are above national and state average.
 The gaps between all students and subgroups are still
existing. It is also a state and a national trend.
However, the MAP gaps are closing.
 Parkway’s students also performed well in other
outcome measures .
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Any Questions?
Thank you for your time.
Dr. Chialin Hsieh
[email protected]
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