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 Student Teacher Accountability Reporting System 11/05/09 Student Teacher Accountability Reporting System 11/05/09

Why STARS. . . § ADS (Accountability Data System) was State’s education data and Why STARS. . . § ADS (Accountability Data System) was State’s education data and reporting system § ADS designed in 1995, piloted in 1997 § ADS addressed educational data reporting requirements circa 1995 – Federal and State requirements significantly evolved – 2001 No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act § A series of LFC independent audits were conducted on ADS: - 2001 -2004: Audit of Data Used in Accountability Program, Special Education, Bilingual Education Program, Federal Requirements Compliance, CCSSO NM Case Study and Accountability & Indicators Report 2

 What the Audits and Reports found . . . § The system was What the Audits and Reports found . . . § The system was “broken”, data was suspect § PED needed new system for State & Federal reporting req’ts § Need to address LFC data audit findings § PED needed to change how it did business: One-Way Data Flow School Budget controlled IT system “Accounting” system was for SEG Program bureaus did not focus on data District data was not certified System could not address NCLB reporting req’ts Internal Business Processes required Re-engineering 3

 What is STARS § New Mexico’s K-12 Data Warehouse & Statewide Longitudinal Data What is STARS § New Mexico’s K-12 Data Warehouse & Statewide Longitudinal Data System (SLDS) – we collect, review, correct, and report required education data § Districts and PED Program Bureaus review & use data § Data Warehouse: > 4. 2 M student records > 5. 8 M program enrollments > 1 M student assessment records > 5. 8 M special education records > 9. 8 course enrollments > 440 K staff assignment records § NMSBA Data – 3 Years 4

Today, New Mexico can, and other states cannot. . . • • Calculate and Today, New Mexico can, and other states cannot. . . • • Calculate and Report HQT Determine and Report OSEP Indicators Develop and Report the State’s CSPR Submit most federally required data through EDEN / EDFacts Districts can now: • Review their data prior, during, and after submissions • Submit state and federal required data into a single data warehouse • Tie student to staff to financial data to use to improve student and staff performance 5

 STARS achievements are. . . • Over 1, 000 reports • Data Quality STARS achievements are. . . • Over 1, 000 reports • Data Quality has improved • Improved Business Rules & Processes • 12 OLAP Cubes (ad-hoc reporting) have been developed • Trend / Gap analysis reports on NMSBA data • EDEN/EDFacts reports are automated through warehouse • PED staff currently develop new STARS reports • Centralized & Geographically-placed trainings 6

 SLDS - DQC’s 10 Essential Elements § 1. Statewide Student Identifier § 2. SLDS - DQC’s 10 Essential Elements § 1. Statewide Student Identifier § 2. Student-Level Enrollment Data § 3. Student-Level Test Data § 4. Information on Untested Students § 5. Statewide Teacher Identifier with a Teacher-Student Match § 6. Student-Level Course Completion (Transcript) Data § 7. Student-Level SAT, ACT, and AP Exam Data § 8. Student-Level Graduation and Dropout Data § 9. Ability to Match Student-Level P-12 and Higher Ed Data § 10. A State Data Audit System

 Legislation & Executive Order § Extend the Unique Student ID to all Public Legislation & Executive Order § Extend the Unique Student ID to all Public Post. Secondary Educational Institutions and “adopt the format to report individual student data into” the common STARS data warehouse § Establish a “uniform statewide Teacher Accountability Reporting System to: • Measure and track teacher candidates from pre-entry to post-graduation to benchmark their productivity • Create accountability of New Mexico’s teacher workforce § Create P-20 oversight and extension beyond Education 8

 Longitudinal Data Systems § Follow Students’ academic progress from grade to grade § Longitudinal Data Systems § Follow Students’ academic progress from grade to grade § Determine value-added and effectiveness of specific schools and programs § Identify consistently higher-performing schools to learn from best practices § Evaluate the effect of teacher preparation & training programs on student achievement § Focus school systems on preparing more students for success in rigorous high school courses, college & challenging jobs

 Objective § Create a unified P-20 State Longitudinal Data System (SLDS) • track Objective § Create a unified P-20 State Longitudinal Data System (SLDS) • track every student from EC to post-secondary education (& into the workforce) • Coordinated with HED, DWS, CYFD & other agencies § Student data will be ‘keyed’ using the Unique student ID § Extend the New Mexico Unique Student ID • To Public Post-Secondary Educational Institutions • Student identifier will supplement, not replace, student IDs used by public postsecondary educational institutions’ student information systems § Develop additional requirements and data collection processes for a system that generates and maintains a statewide identifier for teachers 10

Recent Education Legislation § $300 M Dollars since 2003: - Unique Student ID (HED Recent Education Legislation § $300 M Dollars since 2003: - Unique Student ID (HED – 2008) - Full-day Kindergarten - PE / Breakfast for Elementary School Students - Charter Schools Act - TEARS - High School Redesign - Dual Credit, Distance Learning, AP, Honors - English (4 credits), Math (4 credits) - P-20 Data Warehouse Council

Electronic Student Management System Carve Your Path • High School, College and Career Management Electronic Student Management System Carve Your Path • High School, College and Career Management System Carve. Your. Path. org is a collaborative project of the NM Public Education Department, the NM Higher Education Department, NM Workforce Solutions and the College Success Network.

ESMS-CYP Milestones 13 ESMS-CYP Milestones 13

Agency Module Alignments PED HED CSN • Scholarship Management • Outreach Resources • Intervention Agency Module Alignments PED HED CSN • Scholarship Management • Outreach Resources • Intervention • College Access Program • Professional Development • Best Practice Toolkits • Corporate Relations • List. Serv DWS CSN Career Assessment, Planning & Pathways 14

 Carve Your Path 1. Establish a formal New Mexico College Outreach Collaborative 1. Carve Your Path 1. Establish a formal New Mexico College Outreach Collaborative 1. College Success Network of New Mexico 2. PED - HED - DWS 2. Design and develop a comprehensive marketing campaign centralized around a college statewide web portal 1. Carve Your Path 2. Gaming Interface 3. Common Application Process 3. Increase number of HS students who apply to community college and universities by 10%

 ESMS - CYP 16 ESMS - CYP 16

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