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Closing the Connecticut Achievement Gap for Bloomfield Students

Closing the Connecticut Achievement Gap for Bloomfield Students
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Bethany Silver

on 13 July 2016

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Closing the Connecticut Achievement Gap in Bloomfield
We Nurture Data Use through Collaborative Practice
Our Collective pursuit of Excellence Requires
CAPT performance gaps continue between Bloomfield and Connecticut in Reading and Math

- Gaps:
Reading CAPT
Proficient: 11.1
percentage points
BPS Growth: 8.8
Reading CAPT
Goal: 24.0
percentage points
BPS Growth: 11.0
Math CAPT
Proficient: 17.2
percentage points
BPS Growth: 17.5
Math CAPT
Goal: 27.9
percentage points
BPS Growth: 8.6
Excellent use of data
Unwavering focus on high quality instruction.
CMT GAPs between Bloomfield and Connecticut in Reading and Math have been eliminated at Proficient and decreased to single year targets at Goal
- Reading CMT
Proficient: -.8
percentage points
BPS Growth: 10.6
- Reading CMT
Goal: 4.4
percentage points
BPS Growth: 12.3
- Math CMT
Proficient: -.1
percentage points
BPS Growth: 5.4
- Math CMT
Goal: 5.2
percentage points
BPS Growth: 9.7

Excellent use of data
An unwavering focus on high quality instruction.
The High School Achievement
Gap in Bloomfield: 2013
Elementary School Gaps in Bloomfield: 2013
Bloomfield

Engaging Authentic Partnerships with Teachers, Students, Families, Labor Groups, Community Organizations and the Connecticut State Department of Education
Bloomfield, among the most racially isolated districts in Connecticut, spends over $750,000 per year in compliance with Sheff v O'Neill
About us:
7 Schools
2 Magnets, 5 traditional
+/- 2200 Students
48.7% Free / Reduced Lunch
Student Heritage Groups
Black: 75.2%
White: 9.8%
Latino: 9.0%
All Schools Renovated / Like New in the last 6 years
SIG / Alliance District - 2011

Enrollment Over Time: Bloomfield

2011 CMT GAPs between Bloomfield and Connecticut in Reading and Math
- Reading CMT
Proficient: 9.8

percentage point gap
- Reading CMT
Goal: 16.7
percentage point gap
- Math CMT
Proficient: 5.3

percentage point gap
- Math CMT
Goal: 14.9
percentage point gap

We charted a course to close these gaps with excellent use of data and an unwavering focus on high quality instruction.
The Elementary School Gap in Bloomfield: 2011
2011 CAPT performance gaps between Bloomfield and Connecticut in Reading and Math

- Gaps:
Reading CAPT
Proficient: 19.1
percentage point gap
Reading CAPT

Goal: 35.0

percentage point gap
Math CAPT
Proficient: 34.7

percentage point gap
Math CAPT

Goal: 36.5
percentage point gap

We determined to close these gaps with excellent use of data, and an unwavering focus on high quality instructional leadership with content experts.
The High School Gap
in Bloomfield: 2011
Comprehensive Plan to
Nurture a Data Culture
Data Systems for
Student Information
Assessment Management
Benchmarks
CMT, CAPT, Performance Indices
Student Profiles
Staff Legacy Reports
Common Formative Assessment Bank
Reporting Flexibility
District, School, and Grade x Content Area
Online Computer Adaptive, CCSS Aligned, Nationally Normed Assessment Tool
Climate Survey System
Staff Evaluation System
Stakeholder Engagement
District Accountability Plan
School Accountability Plans aligned to District Plan
Performance Targets
Certified Staff Evaluation
Professional Development
Talent Management

Enrollment Over Time: CT


Bloomfield High School Graduation Rate Change
2010-11: 74.3 ------> 2012-13: 91.2
Bloomfield High School Performance Index Change
2009-10: 56.2 ------> 2012-13: 66.2
Award winning Board of Education
Redesign of Global Experience Magnet School
Creation of an Alternate Ed pathway for under-credit, over-age youth
Four Years of $0 budget increases
Effective Implementation of Teacher and Administer Evaluation Systems

Additional Data Points of Pride: 2013
CT Council for Ed Reform
March 6, 2014
Presentation prepared by Dr. Bethany Silver
Director of Assessment, Evaluation and Research for the Bloomfield Public Schools
Questions can be directed to
bsilver@blmfld.org


Interested in participating in a Data PLC? Follow this link:
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1x9gnpPxKyYLm9NZZFVqkdwjeLK5Fz3R_1Xb-t7odxeA/viewform
Tools
Processes
Strategies
Artifacts
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