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Aislinn Walsh
15:07
Aislinn Walsh, Performance & Accountability Analyst, Colorado Charter School Institute
Rachel Matson
15:27
Hi Ryan, did you also enter the Meeting ID?
Rachel Matson
15:48
1-699-900-6833Meeting ID: 922-737-202
Ryan Marks
15:56
I did not. I just clicked on the link
Rachel Matson
16:48
Hi Ryan, please try 669, not 699
Rachel Matson
17:04
so 669 900 6833
Rachel Matson
20:38
Kevin & Ryan, is that number working for you?
Tammy Giessinger
22:29
Please make sure that you are using "All panelists and attendees" to send comments so everyone can see.
Rachel Matson
22:41
Great!
Ashley Johnston
28:25
I'm not seeing all comments.
Rachel Matson
30:29
Hi Ashley, if you just joined the chat, the Zoom will not show you previous comments. You should be able to see them here on out.
Karole Dachelet
30:59
Also, if at the 85% percentile is 6.7%, that again makes 5% seem aggressive - but for reporting consistency across different types of metrics, I understand interest from that communications perspective
Rachel Matson
34:20
Feel free to send any comments or questions through this chat. Thank you!
Ryan Marks
38:53
How are K-12 or 6-8 school treated in these analyses?
Ryan Marks
39:06
sorry - 6=12 schools
Ryan Marks
43:00
Can you share the distribution again?
Rachel Matson
44:16
The distribution of just the rates or the change in chronic absenteeism rates?
Ryan Marks
44:26
The percent of schools who be exceeds/meets etc based on the change rating
Ryan Marks
45:06
Thanks.
Rachel Matson
45:25
You are welcome!
Ryan Marks
46:18
Have you had conversations about how this relates to other accountability metrics where Meets is the 50th percentile. This would mean only 40% would meet/exceed, right?
Michelle Palmer
51:52
What would the distribution look like if the cuts were changed to meets 1%, approaching 1.1-3.9%, Does not meet 4% or higher
Michelle Palmer
54:27
I was just thinking that if we are using this to set the normal distribution there would need to be more schools meeting
Michelle Palmer
55:41
that would be closer to a normal distribution
Karole Dachelet
01:01:59
I think the cut points need a little adjusting, similar to Michelle's proposal
Kevin Leung
01:02:16
I agree with Michelle
Ryan Marks
01:08:36
I meant more that this is just for those with less than 5% chronic absenteeism.
Ryan Marks
01:08:55
Sorry. How does this fit then with those who have a rate above 5%?
Ashley Johnston
01:13:30
I am glad for this clarity - thank you.
Michelle Palmer
01:16:04
Sorry to interrupt DPS people will need to leave soon as we have an all hands on deck meeting at 3 for the closure
Rachel Matson
01:16:42
Thank you for letting us know, Michelle!
Kevin Leung
01:17:33
Michelle, good luck with your plan. We had a meeting this morning with our superintendent and this decision is not easy for any school districts.
Michelle Palmer
01:19:27
Thank you Kevin
Ryan Marks
01:25:01
Will three years of data be included? Or will you shift to just one once you have student-level data in 19-20?
Ashley Johnston
01:25:46
I'm sorry, I have to step away for the remainder of the session.
Rachel Matson
01:27:05
Thank you for joining, Ashley! Have a good weekend!
Kevin Leung
01:27:22
I think 50% is a good too
Michelle Palmer
01:27:31
I agree with 50%
Ryan Marks
01:27:48
So the inclusion/exclusion criteria is just for when/if you shift to student-level?
Rachel Matson
01:29:50
Please use the 1,2,3 system to vote on this. You may also use the Google form.
Karole Dachelet
01:30:09
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Karole Dachelet
01:31:41
Same here. Stay safe and healthy everyone!