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Wolfson High School Curriculum Issue Report
Transcript of Wolfson High School Curriculum Issue Report
SAI Funds (Saturday School) Professional Develpment:
3-4 ELA developed the curriculum on saturday
Every Tuesday all ELA and reading teachers met in a department meeting and reviewed the lessons which would be taught on Thursday. Schedule Modifications:
Curriculum Manager had to create smaller underclassmen homerooms.
ELA teachers taught new homerooms (all 9th and 10th grade)
1st and 2nd period classes were cut short.
FCAT Blitz was an hour long. Program Success Previous Interventions DATA Percent of Passing Students: (Reading)
Overall Mean Scale 100-500 (Reading)
Percent of Students by Achievement Level:
Year # Of Students Tested Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5
2007 438 43% 31% 14% 5% 7%
2008 463 41% 33% 16% 4% 6%
2009 441 37% 32% 16% 5% 9% Overall the program met the basic needs of our school however, we needed to find a way to reach the lowest quartile of students. Our AYP numbers and percentages could not increase because the lowest quartile students' needs were not being met. Many of the students skipped this portion of the day or failed to do any work because they were not with their classroom teacher. Effect on the School Douglas Fisher, & Nancy Frey. (2007). Implementing a Schoolwide Literacy Framework: Improving Achievement in an Urban Elementary School. The Reading Teacher, 61(1), 32-35,37-43. Retrieved April 14, 2010, from Research Library. (Document ID: 1330789941). www.fldoe.org http://www.duvalschools.org/reseval/SPAR/2009/NCLBSPAR2009.asp?Schnum=224 Summary What's next??