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2010 -11 Accountability Progress Reporting (APR)


School Content Area Weights
2011 Growth
Academic Performance Index (API) Report

California Department of Education
Analysis, Measurement &
Accountability Reporting Division
8/13/2012

California Department of Education




    2011 Growth API Links:
School:  Paradise Valley/Machado Elementary



(An LEA is a school district or county office of education.)
LEA:  Morgan Hill Unified
County:  Santa Clara
CDS Code:  43-69583-6098271
School Type:  Elementary
   
 
Direct Funded Charter School:  No

Grades 2-8   Grades 9-11   School Content Area Weights
(C+F)/
(Total C + Total F)
Content Areas Test Weights
A
Valid Scores
B
Weight x Scores
C
  Test Weights
D
Valid Scores
E
Weight x Scores
F
 
CST in English-Language Arts (ELA) 0.48 405 194.400   0.30 0 0.000   57.1 %
CST in Mathematics 0.32 404 129.280   0.20 0 0.000   37.9 %
CST in Science - End of Course  -   -   -    0.22 0 0.000   0.0 %
CST in Science - Grades 5, 8, and 10 0.20 85 17.000   0.10 0 0.000   5.0  %
CST in History-Social Science (HSS) 0.20 0 0.000   0.23 0 0.000   0.0 %
CAHSEE ELA  -   -   -    0.30 0 0.000   0.0 %
CAHSEE Mathematics  -   -   -    0.30 0 0.000   0.0 %
Assignment of 200 CST in Mathematics 0.10 0 0.000   0.10 0 0.000   0.0 %
Assignment of 200 CST in Science  -   -   -    0.05 0 0.000   0.0 %
Total 340.68   0.00   100.00%

CST = California Standards Test (California Alternate Performance Assessment [CAPA] results also are included for CST in ELA and CST in Mathematics and (California Modified Assessment [CMA] and CST in science grades 5, 8, and 10.)
CAHSEE = California High School Exit Examination

CST in Science - End of Course includes grades 9-11 only
CST in Life Science includes grade 10 only
CST in HSS includes grades 8 and 9-11 only
CAHSEE ELA and CAHSEE Mathematics include grades 10 - 12 only

Note on Assignment of 200: This methodology is used to account for students who do not take CSTs in Mathematics (grades 8-11) and in Science (grades 9-11). In these cases, the student record is assigned the lowest value of 200 points (Far Below Basic) in the school, local educational agency (LEA), or subgroup API calculation.