Academic Excellence Indicator System Report For SAISD 2001-2002 Mr. Robert Alfaro, Sr. Assistant Superintendent Accountability, Technology and Management Information Systems San Antonio ISD Iris Amon, Ed.

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Academic Excellence Indicator System
Report For SAISD 2001-2002
Mr. Robert Alfaro, Sr.
Assistant Superintendent
Accountability, Technology and Management Information Systems
San Antonio ISD
Iris Amon, Ed. D
Director for Research and Evaluation
San Antonio ISD
November 2002
Agenda
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Presentation Focus
Campus Performance Ratings
District TAAS Participation Rates
TAAS Performance Over Time
TAKS Performance Predictions
Attendance
Annual Dropout Rates
Completion Rates
Recommended Program Participation
College Entrance Exam Participation
College Entrance Exam Performance
Summary of Disciplinary Actions
AEIS Report Summary
11/6/2015
Presentation Focus
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The Texas Education Code Chapter 39.053 requires the publication of an annual
report on the District’s educational performance. San Antonio ISD’s Academic
Excellence Indicator System Report will be highlighted in this presentation.
Accountability Rating
Academically
Acceptable
Gold Performance Acknowledgements
Recommended High School Program
Class of 2001
Special Education Compliance Status
Site Visit Determined District
100% Compliant
AEIS Report Summary
11/6/2015
SAISD Accountability Rating History
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SAISD has consistently improved school ratings.
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In 2002, Exemplary rated schools increased to 10, up from 0 in 1997.
The number of Recognized schools has increased from 5 in 1997 to 33 in 2002.
Acceptable schools decreased to 38 in 2002, down from 78 in 1997.
The number of Low Performing schools has ranged from 0 to 8 over the 6 year period.
Count of Campus Ratings
80
78
33
60
40
30
40
38
20
20
10
10
0
5
6
0
1997
Exemplary
8
1998
1999
2000
Recognized
Represents Traditional campuses only. Does not include schools rated under the Alternative
Education Accountability System or schools who were Not Rated due to small numbers.
Acceptable
2001
0
2002
Low Performing
AEIS Report Summary
11/6/2015
SAISD TAAS Participation Rates
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SAISD has tested students at a rate similar to the state over the last two test
administrations.
SAISD TAAS Participation
(Grades 3-8, & 10)
91.1% 90.9%
89.4% 86.6%
1998
1999
State
90.2%
96.2% 95.8%
96.2% 95.7%
85.9%
2000
2001
District
2002
AEIS Report Summary
11/6/2015
SAISD Performance: TAAS Reading
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SAISD students’ Reading test performance continues to improve, gaining 27
percentage points to reach its highest level in 2002.
Percent Passing Among All Students
56%
57%
59%
1994
1995
1996
66%
1997
72%
1998
73%
1999
77%
78%
83%
2000
2001
2002
AEIS Report Summary
11/6/2015
SAISD Performance: TAAS Math
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SAISD students’ Math test performance has dramatically increased with a total
gain of 49 percentage points, going from 35% in 1994 to 84% in 2002.
Percent Passing Among All Students
72%
77%
81%
84%
2001
2002
65%
58%
50%
35%
1994
39%
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
AEIS Report Summary
11/6/2015
SAISD Performance: TAAS Writing
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SAISD student Writing test performance has reached a plateau at around the
80% passing rate. The District has gained 20 percentage points since 1994.
Percent Passing Among All Students
61%
64%
68%
1994
1995
1996
72%
1997
76%
80%
81%
80%
81%
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
AEIS Report Summary
11/6/2015
Predicted SAISD TAKS Performance
Using the 2001 – 2001 TAAS performance data and applying the higher TAKS
standard, SAISD students are predicted to perform at levels lower than current
TAAS performance.
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Percent of Students That Would Meet Minimum
Expectations At Higher Standard by Test and Grade Level
77%
82%
75%
77%
77%
77%
72%
72%
68%
55%
62%
54%
Grade 3
4
5
6
7
Reading
8
3
4
Math
5
6
48%
7
51%
8
4
Writing
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SAISD Attendance Rates
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After leveling off at around 94% since 1996, SAISD’s attendance rate climbed to
an all-time-high of 94.9% in 2001 and remained at this high level in 2002.
Accountability Attendance Rate
For Grades 7 – 12 Among All Students
96%
94.9%
94.1%
94.0%
93.9%
94.1%
94.2%
94.7%
94.1%
94%
92.4%
92%
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
AEIS Report Summary
11/6/2015
SAISD Annual Dropout Rate
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Among All Students, the annual dropout rate has decreased from 2.5% in 1998
to a current 1.2%.
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African American students experienced the largest percentage point decrease (1.6 points).
Consistently, Economically Disadvantaged students have experienced a lower dropout rate
than students in total.
Annual Accountability Dropout Rate
Among Grades 7 – 12 by Student Demographics
2.9%
3.0%
2.5%
2.5%
2.2%
2.1%
2.0%
2.6%
2.5%
2.0%
2.0%
1.8%
1.8%
1.8%
1.7%
1.4%
1.5%
1.2%
1.2%
1.3%
1.2%
1.0%
1.0%
1.0%
0.9%
0.5%
0.0%
All
Economically
Disadvantaged
1998
Hispanic
1999
Dropout rate: # of students who dropped out during the school year divided by the cumulative
membership.
White
2000
African American
2001
AEIS Report Summary
11/6/2015
SAISD Completion Rates
SAISD Completion Rates peaked in 1998 at 86% and has since decreased,
remaining at 74% in 2001 and 2002.
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SAISD’s completion rate has consistently measured below state levels.
Percent Graduated Among All Students
Based on State Calculated Completion Rates
89% 82%
88%
91% 86%
80%
75%
81%
70%
1996
1997
1998*
State
1999
74%
2000
81%
74%
2001
District
*Calculation method changed from previous year.
Current measurement: Percentage of students who graduate “on time” determined by their original 9th
Grade class, including students who transfer into the District.
AEIS Report Summary
11/6/2015
SAISD Recommended High School Program Participation
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In 2002, SAISD received a Gold Performance Acknowledgement for the
increase in students participating in the more rigorous course of study under
the Recommended High School Program.
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In 2001, 48% of SAISD students, graduated under either the Distinguished Achievement
Program or the Recommended High School Program.
Recommended High School Program Participation
(Among All Students)
48%
26%
2000
2001
AEIS Report Summary
11/6/2015
SAISD Student College Entrance Exam Participation
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SAISD students have taken college entrance exams at levels similar to those in
the state.
SAISD Students Taking College Entrance Exams
(Percent of All Students)
62%
62%
61%
1999
2000
State
64%
63%
60%
2001
District
AEIS Report Summary
11/6/2015
SAISD Student College Entrance Exam Performance
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On average, SAISD students consistently score below state levels on both the
SAT and ACT college entrance exams.
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The rigor of the new TAKS exams at the high school level is expected to reverse the trend of
declining SAT and ACT scores.
Mean Scores
990
989
987
800
797
803
SAT
1999
20.2
17.1
2000
20.3
16.9
2001
20.2
16.5
ACT
State
District
1999
2000
2001
AEIS Report Summary
11/6/2015
SAISD Disciplinary Actions
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In 2002, the majority of the District’s disciplinary incidents resulted in
suspensions while fewer than 1000 students were ultimately expelled or placed
in alternative educational settings.
2001-2002 Disciplinary Action Summary
(Number of Students)
Total Students 57,421
Students
47,974
Disciplinary
Students
9,447
Out-of-School
Suspension
5,921
Expulsion
99
DAEP
843
In-School
Suspension
6,110
According to Chapter 37 of the Texas Education Code, Sec. 37.020, the district must report information
concerning DAEP placement and expulsion. Pursuant to the reauthorized Individuals with Disabilities
Education Act (IDEA), districts must also report information concerning in-school and out-of-school
suspensions.
AEIS Report Summary
11/6/2015