AWG-Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Aislinn Walsh, Performance & Accountability Analyst, Colorado Charter School Institute
Hi Ryan, did you also enter the Meeting ID?
1-699-900-6833Meeting ID: 922-737-202
I did not. I just clicked on the link
Hi Ryan, please try 669, not 699
so 669 900 6833
Kevin & Ryan, is that number working for you?
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I'm not seeing all comments.
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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
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How are K-12 or 6-8 school treated in these analyses?
sorry - 6=12 schools
Can you share the distribution again?
The distribution of just the rates or the change in chronic absenteeism rates?
The percent of schools who be exceeds/meets etc based on the change rating
You are welcome!
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?
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
I was just thinking that if we are using this to set the normal distribution there would need to be more schools meeting
that would be closer to a normal distribution
I think the cut points need a little adjusting, similar to Michelle's proposal
I agree with Michelle
I meant more that this is just for those with less than 5% chronic absenteeism.
Sorry. How does this fit then with those who have a rate above 5%?
I am glad for this clarity - thank you.
Sorry to interrupt DPS people will need to leave soon as we have an all hands on deck meeting at 3 for the closure
Thank you for letting us know, Michelle!
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.
Thank you Kevin
Will three years of data be included? Or will you shift to just one once you have student-level data in 19-20?
I'm sorry, I have to step away for the remainder of the session.
Thank you for joining, Ashley! Have a good weekend!
I think 50% is a good too
I agree with 50%
So the inclusion/exclusion criteria is just for when/if you shift to student-level?
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Same here. Stay safe and healthy everyone!