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Accountability Progress Reporting (APR)

California's integrated accountability system that provides reports for the state Academic Performance Index (API), the federal Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP), and Program Improvement (PI).

GreatSchools, Inc. is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing the best, most comprehensive information about public, charter, and private schools in all 50 states. features detailed school profiles for schools in California, Arizona and Texas, tools to help visitors search for and compare schools, and content designed to help people understand, support and improve schools.

Identify Program Elements to Improve Student Achievement (AOP Form)

The Analysis of Process (AOP) worksheet will assist you in the identification of elements of a school program that can help you improve student achievement. This tool is referenced in the article "A Data-Driven Organization's Approach to Assessing The Quality of Program Delivery" written by Jim Cox and available online in Portical's Expert Opinion area. A template for the worksheet and a sample are available in HTML and PDF formats.

Organize and Chart Student Scores

An Excel template that can be used to enter and analyze student assessment data. For more information on how this template was first developed and used, see Using Technology to Make Sense of Data by Dan Ryder, here on the Portical web site.

RubiStar-Create Rubrics for your Project-Based Learning Activities

Is authentic assessment a challenge for your teachers? RubiStar is an online tool that takes the stress out of creating rubrics. These templates were created by classroom teachers in a variety of content areas and/or projects. Teachers can customize the rubrics to meet their specific needs.

Using Technology to Make Sense of Data

Using scores from a district-wide writing assessment as an example, Dan Ryder explains how to use a simple database and spreadsheet to manage and analyze student assessment data.
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