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STAAR EOC Academic Performance to Discipline Correlation

Summary: This report displays 3 years of longitudinal disciplinary data along with STAAR EOC achievement levels for Algebra I, English I, English II, Biology, and U.S. History with breakdowns by gender, ethnicity, and special programs (at risk, special education, economic disadvantage, emergent bilingual). Students must have a STAAR EOC in the appropriate subject to be included.
Note: Same report exists under the Assessment>STAAR End-of-Course>STAAR EOC & PEIMS folder and the Student>Student Custom Reports>Disciplinary Reports>Action Summary folder.

Usage: Use this report to analyze correlations between STAAR achievement levels and disciplinary incidents. Also includes students who have no discipline records for further comparative analysis.

Special Notes:

  • Counts are based on students having a STAAR EOC achievement level in the appropriate subject
  • Both STAAR EOC and PEIMS Summer Discipline files must be loaded in order for counts to display

Data Source(s):

  • STAAR EOC
    • Algebra I
    • English I
    • English II
    • Biology
    • U.S. History
  • PEIMS Fall
    • 40100 – Student Extension
      • E0919 At Risk Indicator Code
  • PEIMS Summer
    • 40100 – Student Extension
      • E0785 Economic Disadvantage Code
      • E0790 Emergent Bilingual Indicator Code
    • 40110 – Student Program Extension
      • E0794 Special Ed Indicator Code
    • 44425 – Discipline Action Extension
      • E1005 Disciplinary Action Code
    • 44425 – Discipline Incident Extension
      • E1016 Disciplinary Incident Number

Definitions:

  • Base file is STAAR EOC students
  • # Disciplinary Students = Unique count of students for appropriate disciplinary action codes (E1005)
  • # Disciplinary Incidents = Unique count on student id/disciplinary incident number (E1016) for appropriate disciplinary action codes (E1005)
    • Note: If multiple students associated with single incident, each student is counted once
  • # Non-Disciplinary Students = Unique count on student id of students who do not have a disciplinary incident
  • Gender and Ethnicity breakout columns are based on summer PEIMS enrollment
  • At Risk (Fall) = E0919 At Risk Indicator Code = 1
  • Special Education = E0794 Summer Special Ed Indicator Code = 1
  • Economic Disadvantage = E0785 Summer Economic Disadvantage Code > 00
  • Emergent Bilingual = E0790 Summer Emergent Bilingual Indicator Code = 1

Calculations:

  • STAAR EOC Subjects Percentage by Achievement Level
    • # Disciplinary students / Number of disciplinary students in each achievement level
    • # Non-Disciplinary Students / Number of non-disciplinary students in each achievement level
      • Note: Retesters count in highest level achieved

Features:

  • Filter on:
    • Single select Discipline Action Groups
      • Total (Default) – All action codes
      • ISS – E1005 Disciplinary Action Code = 06 or 26
      • OSS – E1005 Disciplinary Action Code = 05 or 25
      • DAEP – E1005 Disciplinary Action Code = 03, 04, 07, 08, 10, 14, 52, 53, 55 or 57
      • JJAEP – E1005 Disciplinary Action Code = 02, 12, 13, 15, 60, or 61
      • Note: Non-Disciplinary Students’ values will remain the same no matter what action group is chosen
    • Multi-select Student Category (Default All)
      • Total
      • Gender
      • Ethnicity
      • At Risk
      • Special Education
      • Economic Disadvantage
      • Emergent Bilingual
    • Multi-select Year (Default most recent 3 years based on STAAR)
    • Single select Campus
      • Based on STAAR EOC Campus
      • District (Default) – All campuses summed together
      • Individual Campus
    • Multi-select Grade
      • Based on STAAR Grade Level Code (08-12)
      • All Grades (Default) – All grades summed together
  • Drill down on discipline, non-discipline, or STAAR achievement levels for detailed student lists

Updated on 02/08/2022

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