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STAAR 3-8 SCE Eco Dis Report

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Summary: This report compares 2 years of STAAR 3-8 grade level achievement results by subject for economic disadvantage compared to not economic disadvantage populations with a gap breakdown and percentage difference between the two.

Usage: Information aids with State Compensatory Education (SCE) evaluation preparation to TEA when staged for improvement.

Data Sources: STAAR 3-8 Records

Definitions:

  • Eco Dis/Not Eco Dis based on STAAR Administration
    • Eco Dis = Codes 1, 2, 9
    • Not Eco Dis = Blank or Code 0

Calculations:

  • Eco Dis Percentage = Number of Eco Dis students reaching particular achievement / Number of Eco Dis students taking subject grade level test
  • Non Eco Dis Percentage = Number of Not Eco Dis students reaching particular achievement / Number of Not Eco Dis students taking subject grade level test
  • Gap = Not Eco Dis percentage – Eco Dis Percentage
  • % Diff = Most Recent Year percentage or gap – Prior Year percentage or gap
    • Highlighting indicates positive or negative movement
      • Green-positive movement
        • Note: negative numbers can be shaded green if the movement is in the right direction; For example negative numbers in the Gap % Diff for all achievements except for Did Not Meet are positive since the gap is closing
      • Red-negative movement
        • Note: positive numbers can be shaded red if the movement is in the wrong direction; For example positive numbers in the Did Not Meet % Diff on Eco Dis vs Not Eco Dis are negative movement since a higher number of students are failing

Features:

  • Year indicates base year of comparison to one year prior (Default most recent year of STAAR 3-8 results)
  • Multi-select Campus (Default All Campuses summarized)
  • Toggle Details/Toggle Summary (Default Toggle Summary)
    • Click Toggle Details
      • Review numerators and denominators used to calculate percentages
      • Drill down on numerators and denominators to view detailed student lists
Updated on 07/28/2022

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