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1 OECD Test For Schools January 15, 2015 PRESENTATION TO THE SCHOOL COMMIT TEE

2 Talking Points Develop a deeper understanding of the OECD Test for Schools and the type of questions tested Unpack the school report Engage in a data dialogue protocol to analyze district data Determine next steps and plan for the use of school data

3 Overview The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) Test for Schools data is comparable to existing Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) scales. The OECD Test for Schools was piloted in 2013 in 105 schools across the US. 247 schools across the US took the assessment in The age of the student who takes the assessment is 15. Students are selected from a random sample. 64 BHS students took the assessment in February The international PISA results are published every 3 years and is used as the comparative benchmark.

4 Overview Students respond to approximately 3 hours of test questions in reading, mathematics and science and answer a 30 minute student questionnaire that is an important part of the assessment. Besides the mean average score, schools receive information about the percentage of students who performed in each of the 6 proficiency levels. Mean Performance BHS 2014 USA 2014 OECD Countries Reading Math Science

5 Outcomes Provides student comparisons to same-age students in the United States and internationally while considering socioeconomic factors Assesses critical thinking, problem-solving and written communication skills Offers insight into student mindsets and the teaching and learning environment at your school

6 Unpacking the School Report Academic Reports Reading Mathematics Science Student Engagement & Learning Environment Disciplinary Climate Teacher-Student Relations Reading Habits Motivation & Self-Efficacy Academic Comparisons Within the United States Internationally

7 How Does Barrington Compare? Results in reading show that Barrington High School performed above the mean of all six of the PISA test s top-ranked nations (Shanghai-China, Korea, Finland, Hong Kong-China, Singapore, and Canada) and ranked significantly above the United States mean. In math, BHS delivered performed above the mean of the five of the top-ranked nations (Korea, Finland, Hong Kong-China, Singapore, and Canada) and significantly above the U.S. mean. In science BHS performed above the mean of the five of the six top-ranked nations (Korea, Finland, Hong Kong-China, Singapore, and Canada) and significantly above the U.S. mean.

8 Reporting of Scores Reporting is shown in two ways: a. Mean score b. Proficiency Level

9 Analyzing District Data Student Performance Local Context National and International Context Reader Profile Learning Environment Teacher-Student Relationships

10 District Data Student Performance Barrington Proficiency Levels

11 The Impact of Climate and Culture on Performance

12 District Data Learning Environment

13 Survey Scores indicate school climate and students attitudes & performance

14 Survey Scores indicate school climate and students attitudes & performance

15 Survey Scores indicate student motivation & performance

16 Survey Scores indicate student self-efficacy & performance

17 Survey Scores indicate student motivation & performance

18 District Data Relations

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21 Comparisons within the United States

22 District Data Student Performance Barrington Mean Performance Scores

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26 Public School Vs Private School Comparisons within the United States

27 District Data Private School Comparisons Reading

28 District Data Private School Comparisons Math

29 District Data Private School Comparisons Science

30 International Comparisons

31 District Data International Reading Comparisons

32 District Data International Math Comparisons Shanghai-China Barrington High School (RI) Singapore Hong Kong-China Korea, Republic of Chinese Taipei Finland Liechtenstein Switzerland Japan Canada Netherlands Macao-China New Zealand Belgium Australia Germany Estonia Iceland Denmark Slovenia Norway France Slovak Republic Austria OECD Average Poland Sweden Czech Republic United Kingdom Hungary Luxembourg United States

33 District Data International Science Comparisons Shanghai-China Barrington High School (RI) Finland Hong Kong-China Singapore Japan Korea, Republic of New Zealand Canada Estonia Australia Netherlands Chinese Taipei Germany Liechtenstein Switzerland United Kingdom Slovenia Macao-China Poland Ireland Belgium Hungary United States

34 Data Focus for High School Categories Academic & Environment Patterns Data connections and causal relationships Trends that are emerging Inferences, explanations and possible conclusions

35 February 2015, OECD Assessment at BHS April 2015, Barrington High School presents reading results, as an aspirational district to the OECD community

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