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School Performance Score
Elementary School - October 2013
Assessment Points *
150
Advanced
i LEAP
i LEAP
125
Mastery
Grade 5
Grade 3
100
Basic
0
Approaching Basic
0
Unsatisfactory
LEAP
Grade 4
* Bonus Points - Up to 10 bonus points for
students identified as non-proficient on
previous state English language arts or math
exams and exceed growth expectations on
current year tests
School Performance Score
Middle School - October 2013
Dropout//Credit
Accumulation
Index
Assessment Points *
150
Advanced
125
Mastery
100
Basic
i LEAP
0
Approaching Basic
Grade 6
0
Unsatisfactory
LEAP
Credits Accumulation
Index Points
Points
Per Student
6
150
i LEAP
5.5
125
Grade 7
5
100
4.5
75
4
50
3.5
25
3 or less
0
3rd year 8th grade student
0
Dropout
0
Grade 8
* Bonus Points - Up to 10 bonus points for students identified as non-proficient on
2012 state English language arts or math exams and exceed growth expectations on
2013 tests
* End-of-Course Points – Additional points for middle school students scoring
Excellent (50) or Good (25) on EOC tests
Changes in Spring 2014 Tests
LEAP and i LEAP
Grades 3- 8 English Language Arts and Mathematics
- Alignment to Common Core Standards
- Grade Level Expectations (GLE) not used for test
development
- i LEAP changed to mirror LEAP structure
Grades 3 - 8 Science and Social Studies
- Alignment to Grade Level Expectations
- Open-ended tasks will test Grade Level Expectations
(GLE) and Common Core Literacy Standards
PRACTICE TEST http://www.louisianabelieves.com/resources/library/practice-tests
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English Language Arts – Test Changes for Spring 2014
Grades 3,5,6,7 i LEAP and Grades 4 & 8 LEAP
Changes by subtest include:
Writing: Read 1–2 passages and write evidence-based responses scored with a 12-point rubric
Research to Build Knowledge: Requires thorough reading
Reading & Responding: Responses to texts include extended response(s)
Language: Identify errors in writing samples and read short passages to improve writing
Points per Subtest
Grade
Writing
Research to Build
Knowledge
Reading &
Responding
Language
Totals
3
12
8
27
13
60
4
12
9
36
8
65
5
12
8
32
13
65
6
12
10
30
13
65
7
12
10
33
13
68
8
12
9
40
8
69
ASSESSMENT GUIDANCE :http://www.louisianabelieves.com/resources/library/assessment-guidance-2013-2014
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Mathematics – Test Changes for Spring 2014
Grades 3,5,6,7 i LEAP and Grades 4 & 8 LEAP
Changes include:
i LEAP constructed response format mirrors LEAP
Percent per Subtest
Grade
Operations and
Algebraic Thinking
Number and Operations
in Base 10
Number and
Operations - Fractions
Measurement and
Data
Geometry
3
35
10
25
20
10
4
20
25
30
15
10
5
10
25
45
15
5
Grade
Ratios and
Proportional
Relationships
The Number System
Expressions and
Equations
Geometry
Statistics and
Probability
6
15
30
30
15
10
7
25
20
25
15
15
Grade
The Number System
Expressions and
Equations
Functions
Geometry
Statistics and
Probability
8
5
30
25
25
15
ASSESSMENT GUIDANCE http://www.louisianabelieves.com/resources/library/assessment-guidance-2013-2014
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School Performance Score
High School October 2013
Graduation Index Points
150
Diploma + Advanced Placement with a
score of 3 or higher
110
Diploma + Dual Enrollment or Advanced
Placement with a score less than 3 or
Industry Based Certification
100
Diploma
75
5th Year Graduate
25
GED
Graduation Rate Points
Earn points for the percent of
students who graduate in four
years
ACT Points
150.4
100 to 147.6
Graduation
Index
25%
Graduation
Rate
25%
* Bonus Points – Up to 10 bonus points if students:
• were non-proficient on last state English language arts or math exams
• took PLAN test and have targets
• exceeded PLAN targets on ACT tests
0
ACT *
25%
End-ofCourse
Tests
25%
Score of 36
Score of 18 to 35
Score Less than 18
2.8 increase for each additional
ACT point between 18 – 36
EOC Test Points
150
Excellent
100
Good
0
Fair
0
Needs Improvement
Tests include Algebra I, Geometry,
English II, English III, and
Biology. U.S. History will be
included in the 2014 SPS
English II and III End-of-Course Test Changes for Spring 2014
Changes by English II subtests include:
Writing: Read 1 passage and write one expository essay using evidence to support a response
Reading & Research: Multiple choice questions focus on two areas:
- Reading with analysis of a diverse range of texts
- Measuring research skills with stand-alone items
Reading and Proofreading: Multiple choice questions measure grammar and usage skills
Changes by English III subtests include:
Writing: Read 2 informational passages and write an essay that takes a position using evidence from
both sources
Reading & Research: Multiple choice questions focus on two areas:
- Reading for analysis and evaluation of American literature
- Measuring research skills with stand-alone items
Reading and Proofreading: Multiple choice questions measure grammar and usage skills
Points per Subtest
Writing
Reading and Research
Reading & Proofreading
English II
12
24
22
English III
12
26
20
ASSESSMENT GUIDANCE :http://www.louisianabelieves.com/resources/library/assessment-guidance-2013-2014
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End-of-Course Test Changes for Spring 2014
(continued)
Algebra I and Geometry End-of-Course
- Alignment to Common Core Standards
Biology and United States History
- Open-ended tasks will test Grade Level Expectations
(GLE) and Common Core Literacy Standards
http://www.louisianabelieves.com/resources/classroom-support-toolbox/teacher-support-toolbox/end-of-year-assessments
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