ELED-Credentialing Data Profile McAuliffe
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Credentialing Data -- Table of Contents
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Sheet 1: EL Implementation Review - McAuliffe's Historical Data
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Sheet 2: Mastery of Skills and Knowledge Credentialing Data Set #1: Composite Performance Index
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Note: Through conversations with Mark Conrad, it was determined that McAuliffe could use the Massachusetts measure called "Composite Performance Index" in the credentialing data because this measure provides the most consistent comparision point over the last 4 years. Basically, the state conducted two different tests during the SY15 and SY16 school year (MCAS & PARCC) and PARCC was conducted by some schools on paper and by some on computer. Proficiency data is a less consistent comparison measure because of these variables. However, the state calculated a CPI (value of 0 - 100) for each school/district for each subject and grade to allow for comparison over time and between schools/districts that administered different tests. It is for these reasons that Mark Conrad agreed that the CPI was a reasonable measure to use, especially because it is derived directly from student performance. See below for a definition.
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Composite Performance Index (CPI): Massachusetts uses the 100-point Composite Performance Index (CPI) to measure progress towards the goal of narrowing proficiency gaps. The CPI assigns 100, 75, 50, 25, or 0 points to each student participating in PARCC, MCAS, and MCAS Alternate Assessment (MCAS-Alt) tests based on how close they came to scoring Proficient or Advanced. (For example, all students scoring Proficient or Advanced are assigned 100 CPI points; students with very low assessment scores are assigned 0 CPI points.) The CPI for a student group is calculated by dividing the total number of points by the number of students in the group. The result is a number between 0 and 100.
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Sheet 3: Student Character & Engagement Credentialing Data
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Sheet 4: High Quality Student Work Credentialing Data
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Sheet 5: Enrollment Demographics - Student Identifiers (ELL, Special Education, Low Income)
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Sheet 6: Enrollment Demographics - Race/Ethnicity
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