School and District Report Cards
School and District Report Cards for 2012-2013
Oregon Growth Model
Oregon Growth Model
As part of the
Oregon adopted and implemented a new Growth Model that measures year-to-year progress of students on the reading and mathematics statewide assessments. This page provides details on the growth model, which is based on the Colorado Growth Model. This model was used to help determine the lists of
Priority, Focus, and Model
schools that were required as part of the ESEA Waiver. It will be incorporated into school
ratings beginning with the 2012-2013 report cards.
Oregon Growth Model Overview
This presentation provides an overview of the student Growth Model that Oregon used to help identify Priority, Focus, and Model schools.
Growth Targets WebEx - October 2013
10/25/2013 (626.56 KB)
You may watch a recording of this WebEx at
Growth Targets for 2013-14
10/24/2013 (151 KB)
This spreadsheet contains approximate reading and math growth targets for 2013-14 for 4th to 11th grade students.
Growth Targets for 2012-13
12/05/2012 (90.50 KB)
This spreadsheet contains approximate reading and math growth targets for 2012-13 for 4th to 8th grade students. It has been updated to provide typical growth for 11th grade students.
Next Generation Accountability Policy and Technical Manual 2012
08/31/2012 (930.93 KB)
Student Growth Percentiles
Student Growth Percentiles - An Introduction
04/15/2013 (91.72 KB)
This document provides a very brief overview of student growth percentiles.
Student Growth Percentiles FAQ
04/15/2013 (72.53 KB)
This document addresses some of the frequently asked questions about the new student growth model.
Related Web Pages
Federal Flexibility Waiver
Priority, Focus, and Model Schools
Oregon has identified 95 Oregon schools which will receive additional supports and interventions from the state to help increase student achievement and close persistent achievement gaps.
Next Generation Accountability Detail Sheets
The detail sheets on this page provide additional information about each school in the areas of academic achievement, academic growth, subgroup growth, and (for high schools) graduation and subgroup graduation rates.
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Accountability and Reporting - Research Analyst
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