The State Board of Education is soliciting feedback on the proposed amendments to Rule 6A-1.099812, which will finalize the implementation of the DJJ Accountability Rating System. The proposed rule language can be found at the following link: https://web02.fldoe.org/Rules/doc/6A-1.099812_716.pdf.


Please use the survey below to record your comments and recommendations regarding the proposed amendments. Your input will be summarized with others received and provided to the Commissioner and the State Board of Education.

We appreciate you for taking the time to complete this survey. If you have any questions or concerns regarding these questions or the development of this rule, please contact the Bureau of Accountability Reporting at Accountability@fldoe.org. 

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* 1. The grade advancement component will measure students who returned to public school and improved their grade level following their attendance in a DJJ education program, or students who earned a standard high school diploma or equivalent in the cohort year or the subsequent year. Do you agree with the proposed language, or do you have an alternative proposal?

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* 2. The WIN Learning Gains for reading/English Language Arts component will look at students with both a pre-test and a post-test, only including tests on which at least six questions are answered, and will look for a greater percentage in the post-test. Do you agree with the proposed language, or do you have an alternative proposal?

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* 3. The WIN Learning Gains for mathematics component will look at students with both a pre-test and a post-test, only including tests on which at least six questions are answered, and will look for a greater percentage in the post-test. Do you agree with the proposed language, or do you have an alternative proposal?

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* 4. The data integrity component will look at students that are in the program for at least 40 days for the denominator. If the students have both pre- and post-test data, the student will be included in the numerator. In addition, any student not in the program for at least 40 days who still has data for both tests will be included in the numerator and denominator. Do you agree with the proposed language, or do you have an alternative proposal?

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* 5. The methodology for calculating a final rating will no longer rely on classification scores. Rather, it will rely on a set of cut scores based on the final percentage of points based on each program type. Do you agree with the proposed language, or do you have an alternative proposal?

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* 6. Please provide any additional comments or concerns you may have below.

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