# SRA AnalysisExit this survey

## 1. SRA Analysis

New Jersey Department of Education,
Division of Educational Standards and Programs
Office of State Assessments
2008-2009
SRA Analysis

Due: NOVEMBER 16, 2009

Faye Alease Frieson Ball, Ph.D.
SRA Coordinator
Office of State Assessments - NJDOE
PO Box 500, 100 Riverview Plaa
Trenton, NJ 08625-0500
faye.ball@doe.state.nj.us
609-984-1970
Contact Information
 Contact Information   County Code County Name District Code District Name School Code School Name Superintendent's Name Preparer of SRA Analysis
Question 1
 Question 1   A) How many students were in the graduating class of 2009? B) How many students in the graduating class of 2009 used the SRA in whole or in part to satisfy their graduation test requirement? C) How many students in the graduating class of 2009 satisfied their graduation test requirement through the HSPA? D) How many seniors in the class of 2009 did not graduate? E) How many seniors in the class of 2009 did not graduate because they failed to complete the SRA process successfully?
Question 2
A) How many of your Class of 2009 SRA graduates successfully completed the following courses:
 Question 2 A) How many of your Class of 2009 SRA graduates successfully completed the following courses:   Algebra I Geometry Algebra II Pre-calculus/Trigonometry Calculus Biology Chemistry Physics Composition Enrichment English CP English 9 CP English 10 CP English 11 CP English 12 Advanced English Honors English AP English
B) How many of your Class of 2009 HSPA graduates successfully completed the following courses:
 B) How many of your Class of 2009 HSPA graduates successfully completed the following courses:   Algebra I Geometry Algebra II Pre-calculus/Trigonometry Calculus Biology Chemistry Physics Composition Enrichment English CP English 9 CP English 10 CP English 11 CP English 12 Advanced English Honors English AP English
Question 3
A) On average, how many days of school did your Class of 2009 SRA graduates miss during the following years:
 Question 3 A) On average, how many days of school did your Class of 2009 SRA graduates miss during the following years:   2007-2008 2008-2009
B) On average, how many days of school did your Class of 2009 HSPA graduates miss during the following years:
 B) On average, how many days of school did your Class of 2009 HSPA graduates miss during the following years:   2007-2008 2008-2009
Question 4
 Question 4   A) How many of your Class of 2009 SRA graduates were in the district continuously since the eighth grade? B) How many of your Class of 2009 SRA graduates were enrolled in the district for less than one year?
Question 5
 Question 5   A) How many of your class of 2009 SRA graduates previously failed to demonstrate proficiency on the Grade Eight Proficiency Assessment (GEPA/NJ ASK 8)? B) How many of these had been in the district continuously since the eighth grade?
Question 6
A) Describe the vertical articulation between the high school and middle school(s)?
B) How does the high school use NJASK data to address educational needs of incoming ninth graders?
Question 7
A) Describe the type of ongoing support or programs in place for at-risk students (i.e., at risk of not passing the HSPA). Provide any statistical evidence that shows that the program is working and any results or trends that indicate that the number of students undergoing the SRA will decrease.
B) How long have you used this program?
Are there other indicators in addition to a partially proficient NJ ASK8 score which you use to identify at-risk students? What are they?
Question 8
Do you expect the percentage of students graduating in the Class of 2010 through the SRA to be less than 10 percent? Please describe your plans for increasing the percentage of students who demonstrate proficiency on state standards by means of the HSPA.
Question 9
Did the school use long-term substitutes or inappropriately certified teachers during the 2008-2009 school year? If so, discuss the degree to which these circumstances contribute to the high SRA usage rate.