Proposed Student Outcome Goals and Goal Progress Measures

Proposed Student Outcome Goals and Goal Progress Measures

Goal 1:  The percentage of all District students achieving the STAAR Percent at the Masters (Advanced) Standard for All Grades on All Subjects will increase from 9% to 27% by 2021.

Spring 2016

Spring 2017

Spring 2018

Spring 2019

Spring 2020

Spring 2021

9%

13%

16%

20%

23%

27%

 

GPM 1.1:  The percentage of all District students (Grades K-8) achieving 80% proficiency or above on curriculum-based assessments for Reading/Writing will increase from 12% to 21% by the end of 2017-2018.

GPM 1.2:  The percentage of District students (Grades 3-8) achieving 80% proficiency or above on STAAR-aligned District benchmarks and curriculum-based assessments for Mathematics will increase from 17% to 23% by the end of 2017-2018.

GPM 1.3:  The percentage of District economically disadvantaged students (Grades K-8) achieving 80% proficiency or above on curriculum-based assessments for Reading/Writing will increase from 10% to 20% by the end of 2017-2018.

Goal 2:  The percentage of District economically disadvantaged students who meet the STAAR Postsecondary Readiness  Standard or Above for All Grades on Two or More Subjects will increase from 27% to 45% by Spring 2021.

Spring 2016

Spring 2017

Spring 2018

Spring 2019

Spring 2020

Spring 2021

20%

24%

27%

31%

34%

38%

 

GPM 2.1:  The gap between the percentage of District African American students and the percentage for the highest performing student group meeting the State minimum size criteria who demonstrate proficiency or above on curriculum-based assessments for Reading will decrease from 33% to 20% by the end of 2017-2018.

GPM 2.2:  The gap between the percentage of District ELL students and the percentage for the highest performing student group meeting the State minimum size criteria who demonstrate proficiency or above on curriculum-based assessments for Reading will decrease from 36% to 22% by the end of 2017-2018.

GPM 2.3:  The gap between the percentage of District students served through Special Education and the percentage for all District students who demonstrate proficiency or above on curriculum-based assessments for Reading will decrease from 29% to 17% by the end of 2017-2018.

Goal 3:  The percentage of students on Improvement Required campuses performing at the Meets (Postsecondary Readiness) Standard or Above for All Grades on Two or More Subjects will increase from an average of 14% to 60% by Spring 2021.

Spring 2016

Spring 2017

Spring 2018

Spring 2019

Spring 2020

Spring 2021

14%

23%

32%

42%

51%

60%

 

GPM 3.1:  The percentage of students at Improvement Required campuses who demonstrate proficiency or above on curriculum-based assessments for each grade tested on Reading will increase from 35% to 60% by the end of 2017-2018.

GPM 3.2:  The percentage of students at Improvement Required campuses who demonstrate proficiency or above on curriculum-based assessments for each grade tested on Mathematics will increase from 39% to 60% by the end of 2017-2018.

GPM 3.3:  The percentage of students at Improvement Required campuses who demonstrate proficiency or above on curriculum-based assessments for each grade tested on Writing will increase from 40% to 60% by the end of 2017-2018.

Goal 4:  The percentage of District students graduating based on the 4-year Longitudinal Rate (Grade 9-12) will increase from 84.3% to 92% by 2021.

Spring 2016

Spring 2017

Spring 2018

Spring 2019

Spring 2020

Spring 2021

84.3%

85.8%

87.4%

88.9%

90.5%

92.0%

 

GPM 4.1:  The percentage of students in grade 9 attaining the expected number of credits each semester will increase from 73% to 82% by the end of 2017-2018.

GPM 4.2:  The percentage of students in grade 6 failing any core subject area each six weeks  (without duplication) will decrease from 30% to 15% by the end of 2017-2018.

GPM 4.3:  The percentage of students in grades 6-10 with more than one office referral will decline from 15% to 8% by the end of 2017-2018.

 

 For more information, please contact Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent Holly Anderson at handerson@nacisd.org