2010-11 Class Size Diminishment Information Accumulation Sean Millard sean.millard@fldoe.


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2002-03 to 2009-10 Survey 2 Team Teaching Classes. CS Team-Teaching Adjustment Formula ... various classes reported in one room, Team showing reported ...
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2010-11 Class Size Reduction Data Collection Sean Millard sean.millard@fldoe.org

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Presentation Purposes i. Survey 2010-11 Legislative Changes ii. Survey Recent Class Size information, e.g., normal patterns, consistence, rate of schools and classes over maximums, and so on iii. Survey ventures in figuring of class midpoints. iv. Disclose how to precisely report class size information.

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2010-11 Legislative Changes Bill No. CS/HB 5101 (2010) 1003.03 Maximum Class Size. - (2) IMPLEMENTATION. - The Department of Education should yearly figure class size measures … based upon the October understudy enrollment study. Before the selection of the area school spending plan for 2010-2011, every locale school board should hold open hearings and give data to guardians on the region\'s site, and through whatever other means by which the region gives data to guardians and the general population, on the region\'s techniques to meet … [class size] prerequisites. 1. Recognize for every evaluation gather, the quantity of classes in which the quantity of understudies surpasses the greatest and the aggregate number of understudies which surpasses the most extreme for all classes.

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2010-11 Legislative Changes Cont., Charter Schools 1002.33 (16) (b) 3., "Area 1003.03, identifying with the greatest class size, aside from that the figuring for consistence as per s. 1003.03 might be the normal at the school level."

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Senate Joint Resolution 2/Amendment 8 The 2010 Florida Legislature passed SJR 2 which will be on the poll as Amendment 8 for the November 2010 general race. In the event that endorsed by the voters by an edge more prominent than 60 percent, the 2002 sacred arrangement for decreasing the measure of classes would be changed. Starting with the 2010-11 school year, the most extreme class size would be the school normal number of understudies who can be doled out to every educator in the accompanying evaluation groupings: 18 understudies grades K-3; 22 understudies in evaluations 4-8; and 25 understudies in evaluations 9-12. The most extreme number of understudies who might be appointed to an instructor, yet not surpassing the school level midpoints is: 21 understudies in evaluations K-3; 27 understudies in evaluations 4-8; and 30 understudies in evaluations 9-12.

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Trends in Class Size Reduction – Traditional Schools Only

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Trends in Class Size Reduction – Charter Schools Only

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2009-10, Percent of Regular and Charter Schools with a School Average Greater than the Class Size Maximum, by Grade Group

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2009-10, Percent of Schools That Did Not Comply (Pre-Appeals), By Grade Group

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2009-10, Percent of Traditional and Charter Schools with no less than One Class Over the Class Size Maximum, by Grade Group

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Core Classroom Teachers Needed for Classroom Level Compliance in 2010-11 Traditional Schools: 9,492 Charter Schools: 791 Total: 10,283

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Student Course Schedule Format District Number, Current Enrollment School Number, Current Enrollment District Number, Current Instruction/Service School Number, Current Instruction/Service Student Number Identifier, Florida Course Number Section Number Period Number Grade Level Term Day of Week Scheduled, Monday Day of Week Scheduled, Tuesday Day of Week Scheduled, Wednesday Day of Week Scheduled, Thursday Day of Week Scheduled, Friday Day of Week Scheduled, Saturday Day of Week Scheduled, Date Certain Class Minutes, Weekly Formats/Elements Used In Class Size Processing

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Teacher Course Format District Number, Current Enrollment School Number, Current Enrollment District Number, Current Instruction/Service School Number, Current Instruction/Service Social Security Number (Teacher) Term/Survey Indicator Course Number Section Number Period Number Facility Type Classroom Identification (FISH) Number Scheduling Method Certification/Licensure/Qualification Status Team Teacher Training Formats/Elements Used In Class Size Processing, proceeded with

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Staff Experience Format Experience Type Experience Length Formats/Elements Used In Class Size Processing, proceeded with

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Other Important Tables Master School ID table - to recognize Department of Juvenile Justice Facilities, Charter Schools, and the Florida Virtual School and its establishments Core Courses for Class Size Reduction – Appendix S/DPS.DISTRICT.GQ.F70554.Yyyyy Mathematics, Language Arts/Reading, Science, Social Studies, Foreign Language, English for Speakers of Other Languages, Exceptional Student Education, and courses educated in customary independent primary school classrooms.

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Term/Survey Indicator Term 3 will dependably be Y, Term 1 will dependably be Y in Survey Period 2, and Term 2 will dependably be Y in Survey Period 3. For the same Classroom/Course/Period/Section, if Term 6 is Y, Term 7 must be N and if Term 8 is Y, Term 9 must be N. For the same Classroom/Course/Period/Section, stand out of Terms J, K, L might be Y in Survey Period 2, and one and only of Terms M, N, O might be Y in Survey Period 3. For the same Classroom/Course/Period/Section, one and only of Terms E, F, G, H, I might be Y in Survey Period 2 or 3. For the same Classroom/Course/Period/Section, stand out of Terms B, C, D might be Y in Survey Period 2 or 3 For the same Classroom/Course/Period/Section, one and only of Terms T, U, V, W, X might be Y in Survey Period 2 or 3

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Steps in Calculation 1) Count the quantity of understudies in every class (term/course/period) in every room. 2) Determine the primary course educated in every class in light of the dominant part of understudies. * If the same number of understudies are in a center and non-center course, then the principle course is center. 3) Determine principle grade instructed in every class in view of the larger part of understudies in that evaluation in the fundamental course. * If the same number of understudies are in two or more evaluations and in the same room, the most astounding single evaluation (not review bunch) with the most understudies is resolved to be the principle grade. (Affirmed for 0910) * Example: in the primary course, there are i. two 2 nd grade understudies ii. two 3 rd grade understudies iii. three 4 th grader understudies Main evaluation = 4 th grade

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Steps in Calculation, proceeded with 4) Identify the classes in which the fundamental course is a "center" course. (Just these blends are utilized as a part of the rest of the strides.) 5) Count the quantity of understudies in every class.

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Every one of a kind classroom must be doled out a Classroom ID/FISH number DPSdd.GQ.F70393.YyyyyS – Reported Facilities List File design rundown of offices from FISH database (format DPS.District.Format.Y0304(F70393) Is made consequently by DOE twice per day (once in the morning and once toward the evening.) The morning run incorporates the overhauls handled overnight. The evening run incorporates overhauls since 12 twelve. The documents are: DPS##.GQ.F70393.Y0607.BATCH.FISH (PM record) and DPS##.GQ.F70303.Y0607.INITIAL.FISH (AM record)

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MSID Exclusions School Types 05 (Adult), 07 (Other, e.g., Migrant Non-Enrolled, Superintendent\'s Office, McKay, and so on) School Function Setting = D (DJJ) School Number, Current Instruction starts with an alpha character (showing postsecondary schools, schools, or colleges). Florida Virtual School Franchises (school number 7004) Course Number starts with an alpha character Facility Type is 09 (Facility worked or possessed by an office or other supplier other than the school locale in which instructional administrations or classes are led).

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Exclusions, proceeded with Duplicate understudies in the same class Note: understudies selected in both an Inclusion and avoidance course are dropped from the avoidance course. Period Number NN88 (where NN is numeric) Days of the Week Scheduled not equivalent to Friday Term/Survey Indicator = "N"

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Exclusions, proceeded with Student Course Schedule records with no coordinating Teacher Course record Based on the FTE keys: Year, Survey, District of Instruction, School of Instruction, Term, Period, Course, Section. Instructor Course records with no coordinating Student Course Schedule records Based on the FTE keys: Year, Survey, District of Instruction, School of Instruction, Term, Period, Course, Section.

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Scheduling Special Situations: Multi-Use Classroom or Pods Multi-Use Classroom or Pod (Scheduling Method M) = More than one class meets amid the same time frame in a space assigned by one FISH number yet isolated by transitory "dividers." Each educator who is the essential instructor for every gathering of understudies ought to be coded with Scheduling Method "M". The majority of the understudies in the "case" will be included and after that partitioned by the aggregate number of instructors coded "M."

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Scheduling Special Situations: Team-Teaching Team-showing = (i) Co-educating (Scheduling Method "C"): "two or more educators alloted to a gathering of understudies and every educator is in charge of the majority of the understudies amid the whole class time frame. With a specific end goal to be considered co-educating every instructor is in charge of arranging, conveying and assessing guideline for all understudies in a class or subject for the whole class time frame." (HB 7081, 2007) OR (i) Inclusion-instructing (Scheduling Method "I"): "two or more educators are doled out to a gathering of understudies however one of the instructors is in charge of one understudy or a little gathering of understudies in the classroom." (HB 7081, 2007)

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2002-03 to 2009-10 Survey 2 Team Teaching Classes

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CS Team-Teaching Adjustment Formula Co-Teaching ("C"): # of "C" understudies in the class/# of "C" instructors in the class. Incorporation ("I"): # of "I" understudies in the class/# of non-I educators in the class + 1. Note: the result of this change is added to whatever remains of the understudies in the class. * Example: in a class there are 3 "I" understudies (with 1 "I" instructor) and 17 "S" understudies (with 1 "S" educator). Conformity steps: a. 3/2 = 1

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