Disaggregated Performance Data

DPI maintains disaggregated performance data on their website. This data can help you determine specific groups that need attention.

Website:

2014-15: http://www.ncpublicschools.org/accountability/reporting/

2013-14: http://www.ncpublicschools.org/accountability/reporting/

2012-13: http://www.ncaccountabilitymodel.org

Previous Years: http://accrpt.ncpublicschools.org/app/2012/amo/


This website contains the Raw Scores to Scale Score Achievement Level Tables for Achievement Levels 1-5.

http://www.ncpublicschools.org/accountability/testing/technicalnotes

Cut Scores: ELA Math Science



This document contains the cut scores adopted October 2013 and state-wide average proficiency rate information.




Sister School Analysis







Questions:
Which subject area was stronger? Which was weaker? Is this consistent among all subgroups or among all grade levels? What implications does this have for each of the subgroups or grade levels?

Were there any particular programs or strategies used (or not used) with those subgroups that might explain their performance?

Considering that the students have now advanced to the next grade level, what implications does each grade level’s performance have for their current teachers? What implications does it have for how the teachers in that grade level might better work with each of the subgroups?

Instructional Planning Protocol

After you have examined your school's data you can complete the appropriate Instructional Analysis Protocol to help identify strengths, weaknesses and trends. Your school's administrators and data gurus have access to all of the data that you need to help complete these documents.

2014-15 Documents





2013-14 Documents






2012-13 Document- renorming year




2011-12 Documents






Achievement Gap Analysis

As part of the ESEA waiver, schools are designated as "Focus School" based on the achievement gaps. To examine the achievement gaps that exist at you school complete the "Achievement Gap Analysis Worksheet" using these websites:

http://www.ncaccountabilitymodel.org