Lake Washington School District middle school students put their math skills to the test and fared very well in the Math is Cool and MathCounts competitions.
Measures for End Results
Policy code: ER-1, 2, 3-E1
- End Results 1 (ER-1) will be monitored annually in April.
- End Results 2 and 3 (ER-2 and ER-3) will be monitored annually as follows:
- Literacy - October
- Mathematics - November
- Science - December
Accordingly, the CEO shall:
- Establish, monitor, and assure progress toward board-approved performance targets aligned with the Student Learning Milestones:
- Early Literacy and Reading Skill Development;
- 3rd Graders on Track for Success;
- 5th Graders’ Overall Readiness for Middle School;
- 8th Graders’ Overall Readiness for High School; and,
- High School Students on Track for Graduation.
- Monitor and assure that current year student performance exceeds average student performance in Washington State and is comparable to student performance in other high performing, neighboring districts.
- Monitor and assure that current year student performance shows progress relative to progress shown in comparable districts.
- Monitor and assure that achievement/opportunity gaps are closing.
- Monitor and assure the progress of students participating in special district programs.
- Monitor and assure that student growth exceeds average student growth in Washington State and is comparable to student growth in other high performing, neighboring districts.
- Monitor and assure that the district’s instructional program focus enables student to learn the skills attributes, and content knowledge specified within the district’s Student Profile and supports the accomplishment of performance targets for the indicators associated with the Student Learning Milestones.
- Monitor and assure that each school’s Continuous Improvement Process Plan supports the accomplishment of the performance targets for the indicators associated with the Student Learning Milestones.
- Be disaggregated by groups (ethnic, free and reduced lunch, gender, program);
- Include the length of time the measure has been reported;
- Be reported district wide, built upon actual individual student performance data; and,
- Where appropriate show a progression of class performance over time and show a progression of cohort data over time.
Specific Data for End Results 1 (ER-1) includes:
- On-time student graduation rate; all students graduation rate; number of non grads with reasons and dropout rate, as measured by district data;
- Entrance exam test data measured by ACT and SAT by content area;
- AP pass rate measured by data from the College Board;
- College credit earned prior to graduation, as measured by district data;
- State High School Assessment pass rates by class measured by OSPI data;
- Remediation rates in college measured by Washington State Follow Along Study, when available;
- Wages measured by Washington State Follow Along Study, when available;
- Student attendance by college type (two year, four year, public, private), measured by National Student Clearinghouse Data; and,
- Multi-year College graduation rates measured by National Student Clearinghouse Data.
Specific Data for End Results 2 (ER-2) and End Results 3 (ER-3) used as leading indicators of performance includes:
- Multi-year report card score data for each interdisciplinary content presented as percent of students at standard (elementary 3 and above and secondary C) available through the data dashboard;
- Multi-year report card score data for each interdisciplinary skill and attribute available through the data dashboard;
- Multi-year by class data on large scale measures which measure the content area;
- Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills (DIBELS);
- District assessment;
- Multi-year agreement data between district and large scale measures, as those become available;
- Percent of class in Advanced Placement (AP) in each area;
- Percent of class in Running Start; and
- Progress toward meeting credit-based graduation requirements.