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Appendix B Student Achievement and Attainment Indicators Collected by DC and Three Other Districts 165
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TABLE B-1 Student Achievement and Attainment Indicators Collected by DC and Three Other Districts 166 Processes and Indicators Atlanta Boston Chicago DC Student Achievement and Attainment Grade Level Performance on State Mandated Tests (G3–G11) ü ü ü ü (math, reading/English language arts, & science) Achievement Gap Among Subgroups ü ü ü (by racial/ethnic group, linguistic background, poverty, & disability status) Adequate Yearly Progress Status ü ü ü ü (for district and individual schools) Comparative Performance on State Tests and Other Exams ü ü ü (NAEP & TUDA) Progress Over Time/Growth ü ü ü ü Participation in Advanced Courses ü ü ü (Advanced Placement or International Baccalaureate participation) Progress to Graduation Measures ü ü ü (promotion rates or “ontrack” to graduate measures) Graduation Rates ü ü ü ü College Readiness Measures ü ü ü (PSAT, SAT, & ACT) Postsecondary Outcomes ü ü ü (college enrollment rates or employment rates) Teaching and Curriculum Teacher quality indicators ü ü ü ü Alignment among standards, curriculum, and instruction ü Recruitment and professional development programs and investments ü ü ü ü Student and parent perspectives on curriculum and instruction ü
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School and District Climate Demographic information ü ü ü ü Measures of professional culture Student perceptions of climate ü Parent and community perceptions of climate ü ü School and class size ü ü ü ü Family and Community Engagement Communication and outreach efforts ü ü Family and community participation and involvement ü ü ü Resources Revenues disaggregated by source ü ü ü ü Spending patterns ü ü ü ü Per pupil expenditure ü ü ü ü Financial audits ü ü ü ü Central Office Operations Facilities, transportation, food services, etc. ü ü ü Central Office service feedback ü ü ü NOTE: Check marks denote indicators for which data are gathered and reported. Magnifying glasses denote indicators for which data are gathered but not publicly reported. SOURCE: Information compiled from Turnbull and Arcaira (2009). 167
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