1 High School Results: Summary Data (Part I) October 27, 2015 Dr. Gregory E. Thornton CEO, Baltimore City Public Schools Theresa D. Jones Chief Achievement and Accountability Officer
2 HS Data Summary Graduation and Dropout Rates 2015 Senior HSA Results 2015 Advanced Placement (AP) Results 2015 Sophomore and Junior PSAT Results 2015 Senior SAT Results 2015 Senior ACT Results
3 2014: Graduation and Dropout Rates 3 The 2014 is comprised students who began high school in the school year and completed four years later in June or August 2014 or in five years in June Of the 5,512 students in the 2014, 4,130 students (74.9%) graduated in five years, 603 students (10.9%) dropped out within four years, and 592 students (10.7%) remained enrolled at the end five years. The results for the 2014 continue the positive City Schools trend increasing graduation rates and decreasing dropout rates. Note: While the ficial graduation rate reflects the 5-year cohort, MSDE reports dropout rates for the 4-year cohort. Among the 2014, a total 790 students dropped out over the5-year span.
4 2014: 4- and 5-Year Graduation Rates Continue to Increase Y E A R G R A D U A T E S 5 - Y E A R G R A D U A T E S 1 Yr Pt. 1 Yr Pct. 4 Yr Pt. 4 Yr Pct % % 1 Yr Pt. 1 Yr Pct. 4 Yr Pt. 4 Yr Pct % % N= (6,432) (6,128) (6,288) (5,987) (5,513) (6,444) (6,187) (6,305) (5,976) (5,512) Note: 4-and 5-year graduation rates are based on entering cohorts 9 th grade students. The 4-year graduation rate includes summer graduates; the 5- year graduation rate does not. For example, the class 2014 entered 9 th grade in Four-year graduates graduated by August 2014; five-year graduates graduated by June 2015.
5 3,953 4, : Numbers 4- and 5-Year Graduates 4,181 4,101 3, Y E A R G R A D U A T E S 5 - Y E A R G R A D U A T E S 1 Yr # 1 Yr Pct. 4 Yr # 4 Yr Pct % % 1 Yr # 1 Yr Pct. 3 Yr # 3 Yr Pct % % 4,295 4,369 4,523 4,390 4,130 N= (6,432) (6,128) (6,288) (5,987) (5,513) (6,444) (6,187) (6,305) (5,976) (5,512) Note: 4-and 5-year graduation rates are based on entering cohorts 9 th grade students. The 4-year graduation rate includes summer graduates; the 5- year graduation rate does not. For example, the class 2014 entered 9 th grade in Four-year graduates graduated by August 2014; five-year graduates graduated by June 2015.
6 2014 Results: 4-Year Dropout Rate Continue to Decrease 6 1 Yr Pt. 1 Yr Pct. 4 Yr Pt. 4 Yr Pct % % N= (6,432) (6,128) (6,288) (5,987) (5,513) Note: Results are based on the 4-Year Cohort Dropout Rates. Students who re-enroll in high school are not counted as dropouts.
7 2014 Number Dropouts by Year in High School 7 1 Yr # 1 Yr Pct. 4 Yr # 4 Yr Pct % % 1 Yr # 1 Yr Pct. 4 Yr # 4 Yr Pct % % 1 Yr # 1 Yr Pct. 4 Yr # 4 Yr Pct % % 1 Yr # 1 Yr Pct. 4 Yr # 4 Yr Pct % % 1 Yr # 1 Yr Pct. 4 Yr # 4 Yr Pct % % 1,530 1, st Year Dropouts 2nd Year Dropouts 3rd Year Dropouts 4th Year Dropouts Total N= (6,432) (6,128) (6,288) (5,987) (5,513) Note: Results are based on the 4-Year Adjusted Cohort Dropout Rates. Students who re-enroll in high school are not counted as dropouts.
8 Measures Academic Achievement: HSA, AP, PSAT HSA Results The proportion seniors passing all HSA exams continued to increase, rising 2 percentage points between 2014 and The proportion seniors who passed by combined HSA score decreased slightly from 2014, while the proportion completing HSA by Bridge was almost unchanged from the previous year. AP Results The proportion AP exams passed by City Schools students increased in 2015 to nearly 29 percent, up from 27.3 percent in 2014, Overall, 26.2 percent students who took at least one AP exam earned a passing score in , up from 23 percent three years earlier. PSAT Results 8 The number sophomore PSAT takers remained relatively the same from 2014 to However, junior PSAT takers increased nearly 7 percent. On average, PSAT scores were slightly lower in 2015 than in 2014.
9 Measures Academic Achievement (continued): SAT, ACT 9 SAT Results City Schools SAT scores increased slightly between 2014 and Scores in Maryland and the nation declined slightly. Compared to 2014, there was a 5-point increase in average Reading scores (from 383 to 388) and in average Writing scores (from 368 to 373). Average Math scores climbed 7 points (from 375 to 382). ACT Results In 2015, ACT participation and performance increased over 2014.
10 10 HSA Results
11 Trends in 12 th Grade Students Satisfying HSA Requirements (%) 11 P A S S I N G A L L * P A S S I N G B Y C O M B I N E D H S A S C O R E P A S S I N G H S A BY B R I D G E Pct. Pt. Pct Pct. Pt. Pct % % Pct. Pt. Pct Pct. Pt. Pct % % Pct. Pt. Pct Pct. Pt. Pct % % (4,623) (4,461) (4,321) (3,875) (4,623) (4,461) (4,321) (3,875) (4,623) (4,461) (4,321) (3,875) * Note: Passing All means students passed either 3 (Algebra, Biology, and English) or 4 (Algebra, English, Biology, Government) HSA exams to complete graduation requirements, excluding students who passed by combined score. The Government HSA was not required for graduation, though students may have taken it. Students also can receive a waiver, exempting them from HSA graduation requirements. 0.1% 12 th graders received a waiver in 2015.
12 Trends in 12 th Grade Students Passing HSAs in Specific Subjects (%) 12 Pct. Pt. Pct Pct. Pt. Pct % % Pct. Pt. Pct Pct. Pt. Pct % % Pct. Pt. Pct Pct. Pt. Pct % % (4,392) (4,268) (4,160) (3,693) (4,409) (4,497) (4,351) (3,757) (4,478) (4,338) (4,191) (3,748) Algebra English Biology Note: Information for each subject reflects students status as the end that year and does not indicate that they took the test in a particular year. The Government HSA was not required for graduation, though students may have taken it. N counts below the bar charts indicate the number students who had taken each exam.
13 13 AP Results
14 2015 AP Results: AP Course Enrollment and Exam Participation 14 1 yr Pct. 3 yr Pct. 1 yr Pct. 3 yr Pct. -5.6% -12.3% -3.9% -12.7% 2,945 2,790 2,736 2,584 2,549 2,175 2,315 2,225 AP Course Enrollment Number Exams Taken Note: Information on AP Course Enrollment is from SMS. Results for number exams taken are from the College Board District Integrated Summaries.
15 2015 AP Results: Number AP Exams Taken and Passed 15 1 yr Pct. 3 yr Pct. change -3.9% -12.7% 1 yr Pct. 3 yr Pct. change +1.6% +5.4% 2,549 2,175 2,315 2, Number Exams Taken Number Exams Passed Note: Ns reflect the number tests taken. Results are from the College Board District Integrated Summaries. A score 3 or higher reflects a passing AP score.
16 AP Exam Pass Rates: City Schools/State/National Comparison, C I T Y S C H O O L S M A R Y L A N D N A T I O N 16 Pct. Pt. Pct Pct. Pt. Pct % % Pct. Pt. Pct Pct. Pt. Pct % % Pct. Pt. Pct Pct. Pt. Pct % % 61.3% 60.3% 60.9% 61.1% 57.2% 56.9% 57.1% 55.9% 23.9% 27.8% 27.3% 28.9% (2,549) (2,178) (2,315) (2,225) (102,774) (108,471) (109,279 (108,218) (3,170,978) (3,379,482) (3,595,705) (3,858,200) City Schools Maryland National Note: Ns reflect the number tests taken. Results are from the College Board District Integrated Summaries. A passing score is a 3 or above.
17 The Number Students Taking and Passing AP Exams 17 1 yr Pct. 3 yr Pct. change -5.8% -11.3% 1 yr Pct. 3 yr Pct. change -3.6% -0.7% 1,852 1,599 1,743 1, Number Exam Takers Number Students Passing Note: Results are from the College Board District Integrated Summary for A score 3 or higher reflects a passing AP score.
18 18 PSAT Results
19 PSAT Participation Trends Over Time 19 S O P H O M O R E S Percent 2010 to % 2014 to % J U N I O R S Percent 2010 to % 2014 to % 3,676 3,910 3,597 3,724 3,756 3,738 3,606 3,415 3,478 3,336 3,140 3, Note: Data are from the District Integrated Summary. City Schools provides the PSAT at no cost to all sophomores and juniors in the district.
20 Sophomore PSAT Scores, R E A D I N G 1 yr change 2 yr change % % M A T H 1 yr change 2 yr change % % W R I T I N G 1 yr change 2 yr change % % (3,724) (3,756) (3,738) (3,724) (3,756) (3,738) (3,724) (3,756) (3,738) Data are from the District Integrated Summary Report by the College Board.
21 Junior PSAT Scores, R E A D I N G 1 yr change 2 yr change % % M A T H 1 yr change 2 yr change % % W R I T I N G 1 yr change 2 yr change % % (3,478) (3,129) (3,336) (3,478) (3,129) (3,336) (3,478) (3,129) (3,336) Data are from the District Integrated Summary Report from the College Board.
22 22 SAT Results for Seniors
23 Number SAT Test Takers 23 Percent 2012 to % 2014 to % 3,543 3,277 3,112 2,943 Note: Results are from the College Board District Integrated Summary SY14-15
24 Proportion Seniors Taking SAT, Percent Pt to to % 66.4% 66.6% 65.7% 2012 (N=5,089) 2013 (N=4,937) 2014 (N=4,672) 2015 (N=4,472) Note: Results are from the College Board District Integrated Summary SY14-15
25 2015 SAT Results by Subject 25 R E A D I N G % % M A T H % % W R I T I N G % (3,543) (3,277) (3,112) (2,943) (3,543) (3,277) (3,112) (2,943) (3,543) (3,277) (3,112) (2,943) Note: Results are from the College Board District Integrated Summary SY14-15
26 In 2015, Critical Reading Mean SAT Scores Increased Among Black and White Students 26 B L A C K H I S P A N I C W H I T E % % % % % % (2,675) (2,505) (2,434) (2,279) (72) (68) (94) (79) (193) (183) (204) (176) Data are from the District Integrated Summary Report by the College Board.
27 In 2015, Math Mean SAT Scores Increased Slightly Among All Students 27 B L A C K H I S P A N I C W H I T E % % % % % % (2,675) (2,505) (2,434) (2,279) (72) (68) (94) (79) (193) (183) (204) (176) Data are from the District Integrated Summary Report by the College Board.
28 In 2015, Writing Mean SAT Scores Increased Among Black and White Students 28 B L A C K H I S P A N I C W H I T E % % % % _+9 1.9% % (2,675) (2,505) (2,434) (2,279) (72) (68) (94) (79) (193) (183) (204) (176) Data are from the District Integrated Summary Report by the College Board.
29 Mean SAT Scores: City Schools/State/National Comparison, C I T Y S C H O O L S M A R Y L A N D N A T I O N Critical Reading Mathematics Writing Skills Note: Data are extracted from the College Board s 2015 College-Bound Seniors: District Highlights Report. The Nation group includes students attending both public and non-public schools.
30 Percent students meeting SAT College Readiness Benchmarks: City Schools and Maryland 30 C I T Y S C H O O L S G A I N S / L O S S E S F R O M t o M A R Y L A N D G A I N S / L O S S E S F R O M t o Critical Reading Math Writing Overall Critical Reading Math Writing Overall The SAT Benchmark Scores are: 500 on Critical Reading, 500 on Math, 500 in Writing, and 1550 Overall. The Overall is the sum scale scores in Critical Reading, Math, and Writing. A benchmark score is the minimum score needed on the SAT to indicate sufficient preparedness for college-level work in the subject areas tested.
31 31 ACT Results for Seniors
32 Average ACT Subject Test and Composite Scores, In 2015, 78 more students took the ACT, and scores increased across all subject areas English Reading Science Math Composite N = (332) (279) (357) Note: ACT Scores range from 1 to 36.
33 Percent students meeting ACT College Readiness Benchmarks: City Schools and Maryland 33 C I T Y S C H O O L S G A I N S / L O S S E S F R O M t o M A R Y L A N D G A I N S / L O S S E S F R O M t o English Math Science Reading Meeting All Four English Math Science Reading Meeting All Four The Benchmark Scores are: 18 on ACT English (predicts college English Composition); 22 on ACT Reading (predicts college Social Science); 23 on ACT Science (predicts college Biology); and 22 on ACT Math (predicts college Algebra). A benchmark score is the minimum score needed on the ACT subject-area test to indicate a 50 percent chance obtaining a B or higher or about a 75 percent chance obtaining a C or higher in the corresponding credit-bearing college courses
34 Upcoming HS Data Releases 34 PARCC Results HS Completion Status, Graduation and Dropout Rates ( 2015) Career and Technology Education Results
35 35 Board School Commissioners Marnell Cooper, Chair Tina Hike-Hubbard, Vice-Chair Lisa Akchin Cheryl Casciani Linda Chinnia Martha James-Hassan Peter Kannam Jonathan Townes, Student Commissioner A.J. Bellido de Luna, Board Executive Officer Senior Management Team Gregory Thornton, Chief Executive Officer Naomi Gubernick, Chief Staff Linda Chen, Chief Academic Officer Theresa Jones, Chief Achievement and Accountability Officer Donald Kennedy, Sr., Chief Financial Officer Karl Perry, Sr., Chief School Supports Officer Keith Scroggins, Chief Operations Officer Deborah Sullivan, Interim Chief Human Capital Officer Kenneth Thompson, Chief Technology Officer Tammy Turner, Chief Legal Officer
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