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Indicators Of Program Effectiveness Woodlake Union High School District   

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Evaluation of Services to Compensatory Education Program Students

Effectiveness of the program will be measured against the following criteria:

1. Students who scored below 50 NCE on the standardized test (SAT9, SABE, etc.) will show results of 2-5 NCE's growth annually as measured by total math, total reading and total language assessment results.

2. A minimum of 70% of the compensatory education students will score at or above grade level on the district proficiency test for math and reading.

Evaluation of Services to LEP Students

English Language Development Student Performance

1. A minimum of 60% of each school's limited English proficient students at grade 9 and above will maintain a grade of "C" or better in their diagnosed level of English Language Development as measured by their final report card of each school year.

Academic Achievement Student Performance

1. Limited English proficient students in grades 9-12 will have an average total score of 30 NCE's on standardized tests which measure student performance in reading and mathematics. Spanish-speaking students diagnosed to need primary language instruction will be assessed using an appropriate standardized test. Students receiving specially designed academic instruction in English will be assessed using the SAT9 test.

2. A minimum of 60% of the limited English proficiency students in grades 9-12 who score below 30 NCE's on the standardized measurement will show a minimum growth of 1 point on a 6 point rubric in the Woodlake Public Schools Portfolio Assessment in the area of language arts. Writing samples will be done in English only.

Redesignated and Former LEP Student Performance

Effectiveness of the program will be measured against the following criteria:

1. The district will maintain a minimum annual redesignation rate of 20% for limited English proficient students who have received in the LEP program services for a minimum of four years.

2. A minimum of 60% of all former LEP students redesignated to FEP will maintain a minimum academic grade point average of "C".

3. A minimum of 70% of the limited English proficiency students in grades 4-8 who score below 40 NCE's on the standardized measurement will show a minimum growth of 1 point on a 5 point rubric in the Woodlake Public Schools Portfolio Assessment in the area of language arts. Writing samples may be either in English or in the primary language.

Redesignated and Former LEP Student Performance

Effectiveness of the program will be measured against the following criteria:

1. The district will maintain a minimum annual redesignation rate of 20% for limited English proficient students who have received in a LEP program services for a minimum of four years, not including kindergarten.

2. A minimum of 70% of all former LEP students redesignated to FEP will maintain a minimum academic grade point average of "C".

Evaluation of School Improvement/California Professional Development Program

1. Each site with either funding source shall annually submit to the board a report summarizing the relationship between the PQR recommendations, the site expenditure of program funds, and the outcomes.

2. Each school shall provide an annual evaluation which indicates the extent to which the school has accomplished or made significant progress toward achieving its school improvement or professional development goals as detailed in the school plan. The Staff Development Committee or Professional Development committee at each site is responsible for assessing the effectiveness of its staff development program. The report must include a summary of: the school's expected goals and outcomes and whether these have been achieved; assessment of staff satisfaction with training; and staff perception of the effectiveness of the training in positively impacting student performance.

Evaluation of Title VI

Instructional and Educational Materials

Each site purchasing computer software and/or hardware shall annually submit a report listing the new items purchased, detailing which areas of the curriculum they support, information on the use of software and/or hardware purchased, and a summary of teacher and/or student outcomes attributed to utilization of the new software and/or hardware.

WOODLAKE UNION SCHOOL DISTRICT

Regulation WOODLAKE UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT

approved: April 15, 1998 Woodlake, California