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1 Overall MMR calculations 1. A school s Multiple Measurement Rating (MMR) is a percentage and is calculated by adding up the number of points out of a possible 25 the school earned in each applicable domain (e.g., Proficiency, Growth, Achievement Gap Reduction and Graduation Rate) and dividing by the total possible applicable points. a. Graduation Rate is not applicable for Elementary Schools and Middle Schools. b. Domains that do not have an identified minimum number of students are not applicable (20 for Proficiency, Growth and Achievement Gap Reduction, 40 for Graduation Rate). c. Points in the Proficiency, Growth and Achievement Gap Reduction domains are calculated as total number of points for both the MCA Math and MCA Reading tests. - An Elementary School earned points out of 25 in the Proficiency domain (based on test data for 100 students), points out of 25 in the Growth domain (based on test data for 54 students) and 5.73 points out of 25 in the Achievement Gap Reduction domain (based on test data for 24 students). - Since the school is an Elementary School, the Graduation Rate domain would not be applicable. - Scores in each of the other 3 domains are based on test data for at least 20 students, so each of those domains does have an applicable score. - The total number of points earned in the 3 applicable domains = = To get the MMR, you then divide the total points earned by the total points possible in the applicable domains total points earned divided by 75 possible points = an MMR of 56.21%.

2 MMR Domain point calculations 1. Calculating Domain scores a. Proficiency Domain i. A school s score in this domain is the percent of subgroup cells (e.g., All Students, student receiving Special Ed, students receiving Free/Reduced Price Lunch, White students, Black students, etc.) whose total number of AYP index points is equal to or greater than the statewide AYP target for that subgroup cell weighted by the size of the subgroup cell. 1. As mentioned above, only subgroup cells with 20 or more students are counted. 2. Current statewide AYP targets were calculated to meet the goal of Minnesota s NCLB Waiver: to close the statewide achievement gap by 50% in 6 years. 3. AYP Index Points are earned when students Partially Meet, Meet or Exceed Standards on the MCA Math or Reading tests. - An Elementary School has 3 subgroup cells with 20 or more students: All students, White students and students receiving Free/Reduced Price Lunch. - The total number of AYP index points students in each of these subgroup cells earned was equal to or greater than the statewide AYP target for that subgroup cell. - The weighted percent of subgroup cells reaching target then is 100%. b. Growth Domain i. A school s score in this domain is the average of each of the individual student growth z-scores for all students who have a 2012 and prior year MCA Math or Reading score. ii. Individual student growth scores are calculated by comparing the number of MCA scale score points a student gained from the previous to current year and comparing that number to the average number of scale score points students who started at the same previous scale score gained over the same period of time.

3 iii. The score is expressed as a z-score, which represents the difference in number of standard deviations between the individual student s scale score gain and the average scale score gain of all other students across the state that started at the same previous scale score. iv. All individual student growth scores are averaged to calculate a school s average growth z-score for this domain. v. A score of 0 means the average growth of students in the school was the same as the average growth of students across the state. A positive score means the average growth of students in the school was higher than that of state. A negative score means the average growth of students in the school was lower than that of the state. - An Elementary School earned an average growth z-score of This means that the average scale score point growth of their students was.1452 standard deviations higher than the average growth of students across the state each starting at the same previous scale score as each of them did. c. Achievement Gap Reduction i. This domain compares the growth of students in any one of the special population subgroup cells (any cells except All or White students) to the growth of students statewide in the comparable majority subgroup cells (e.g., students receiving Special Ed services in your district are compared to students at the state level not receiving Special Ed services). ii. It measures the degree to which the growth of students in those special population subgroup cells closes the gap between their performance and the performance of their majority subgroup cell peers across the state. iii. The Achievement Gap Score for this domain is calculated by 1. Subtracting the average growth z-score for each of your school s special population subgroups from the average growth z-score for their statewide comparable majority subgroup. 2. Calculating an average of all of those scores across all special population subgroups, weighted by the size of the subgroup.

4 3. A score of 0 means that special population subgroups in your district are neither increasing nor decreasing the achievement gap with their statewide comparable majority subgroup peers. A positive score means they are increasing the achievement gap. A negative score means they are decreasing the achievement gap. - An Elementary School earned an Achievement Gap Score of This means that the growth of their special population subgroup students is increasing the achievement gap with their statewide majority subgroup peers by.2256 standard deviations.

5 2. Converting Domain Scores to Percentile Ranks and Domain Points a. To convert a school s score in each of the domains to a point value out of 25 possible points that can then be used to calculate the school overall MMR rating as described above: i. The school s score in each domain is compared to the scores of all other schools across the state in the same age level category (e.g., Elementary Schools are compared to Elementary Schools, Middle Schools to Middle Schools, High Schools to High Schools) and the school is assigned a state percentile rank. ii. The decimal associated with that percentile rank (e.g.,.995 for 99.5 percentile) is then multiplied by the 25 total possible points for that domain to come up with the total points the school earned in that domain. - For the Elementary School in the example above, o The 100% Proficiency score would correspond to a Percentile Rank of 99 th. That Percentile Rank would then convert to a Domain Point total of.99 X 25 possible or Proficiency Domain points earned. o The.1452 Growth score would correspond to a Percentile rank of 46 th. That Percentile Rank would then convert to a Domain Point total of.46 X 25 possible points or Growth Domain points earned. o The.2256 Achievement Gap Reduction score would correspond to a Percentile Rank of 23 rd. That Percentile Rank would then convert to a Domain Point total of.23 X 25 possible points or 5.73 Achievement Gap Reduction Domain points earned.

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