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  • ACT Exams, SAT Exams, Advanced Placement &

    International Baccalaureate Course Participation and Exams

    Class of 2016

    Advanced Academics Participation and

    Performance

  • ACT District Highlights

  • CISD ACT Participation Trends #

    of C

    IS D

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    511 496

    832 847 849

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    2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

  • 5 Year ACT Trends ACT Composite Scores

    25.1 25.2 22.9 23.8

    24.9

    20.8 20.9 20.9 20.9 20.921.1 20.9 21 21 21

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    5

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    15

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    2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

    CISD State Nation

  • Five Year Trends College Readiness Benchmarks

    89 86

    76

    54 51

    90

    80

    67 65

    52

    77

    63

    53 49

    38

    80

    63 60 58

    45

    81

    69 70

    45 53

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    English Mathematics Reading Science All Four

    CISD

    2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

  • Average ACT Scores by Race/Ethnicity

    24.9

    20

    25

    22.4

    27.5 26.3

    23.3

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    15

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    25

    30

    All Learners Black/African American

    White Hispanic/Latino Asian Two or More Races

    No Response

  • Average ACT Score by Level of Preparation

    24.5 25.7 25.3 24.9 25.2

    21.2 23.1 23.3 22.7 22.7

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    English Mathematics Reading Science Composite

    Core or More Less Than Core

  • Average ACT Scores by Gender Co

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    sit e

    Sc or

    es

    23.7

    25.7

    24.8 25 24.9

    25.6 25.4

    26.3

    24.8

    25.7

    22

    22.5

    23

    23.5

    24

    24.5

    25

    25.5

    26

    26.5

    English Mathematics Reading Science Composite

    Male Female

  • Instructional Targets Based on ACT Data

    English Benchmark for College Readiness is 18. • 11% of learners are scoring in the 16-19 range Mathematics Benchmark for College Readiness is 22. • 31% of learners are scoring in the 16-23 range Reading Benchmark for College Readiness is 22. • 33% of learners are scoring in the 16-23 range Science Benchmark for College Readiness is 23. • 39% of learners are scoring in the 16-23 range

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  • Career and Educational Aspirations Planned Educational Major Percent

    Business 19%

    Undecided 8%

    Health Science and Technologies 16%

    Engineering 9%

    Sciences: Biological and Physical 6%

    Communications 4%

    Education 3%

    Arts: Visual and Performing 7%

    No Response 6%

  • Post-Secondary Educational Aspirations

    Educational Degree Aspirations Percent

    Voc-Tech or 2 Yr College Degrees 2%

    Bachelors Degree 41%

    Graduate Study 14%

    Professional Level Degree 28%

    Other or No Response 7%

  • Score Report Preferences University Number

    Texas A&M 108

    University of Texas at Austin 106

    University of Texas at Dallas 59

    Baylor 52

    Texas Tech 44

    University of North Texas 43

    University of Oklahoma 41

    University of Arkansas 27

    University of Texas at Arlington 25

  • Next Steps

    • Continued action planning a curriculum alignment to address areas where learners are not meeting the College Readiness Benchmark

    • District-Wide ACT Administration scheduled for Tuesday, February 28, 2017 for all juniors at Coppell High School and New Tech High @Coppell.

  • CISD District Highlights

  • CISD SAT Participation Trends #

    of C

    IS D

    Le ar

    ne rs

    651

    693

    717

    637

    660

    580

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    660

    680

    700

    720

    740

    2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

  • SAT Critical Reading Mean Scores 554 553 559 564 567

    474 477 476 470 466 496 496 497 495 494

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    2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

    CISD Texas Total Group

  • SAT Mathematics Mean Scores

    596 589 594 591 598

    499 499 495 486 478 514 514 513 511 508

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    2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

    CISD Texas Total Group

  • SAT Writing Mean Scores 546 542 551 554 552

    461 461 461 454 449

    488 488 487 484 482

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    2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

    CISD Texas Total Group

  • Demographic Performance

    607

    666

    602

    489 504 467

    536 550 521 557

    578 540

    562 560

    497

    626 663

    596 557 572

    509

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    Critical Reading Mathematics Writing

    Asian Black or African American Hispanic White Two or More Races Other No Response

  • Gender Performance M

    ea n

    Sc or

    e

    571

    613

    548

    563

    583

    556

    500

    520

    540

    560

    580

    600

    620

    Critical Reading Mathematics Writing

    Male Female

  • SAT Subject Test Participation Sc

    al e

    Sc or

    e

    665 672 618

    711 743

    691 697 715 719 728

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  • Institutions That Received the Highest Percentages of Score Reports

    University Percent of Score Senders University of Texas at Austin 44.6% Texas A&M University 38.8% University of Texas at Dallas 28.7% University of North Texas 23.4% Baylor University 21.7% Texas Tech University 20.8% University of Arkansas 17.4% University of Oklahoma 15.4% Southern Methodist University 12.9% University of Texas at Arlington 12.2%

  • Advanced Placement May of 2016

  • Advanced Placement Students

    880 782

    951

    1220 1314

    1408

    1593

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    Number of CISD Learners Taking AP Exams

  • Advanced Placement Exams

    1817

    1390

    1758

    2375 2535

    2888 3000

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    2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

    Number of AP Exams Taken

  • Advanced Placement Exams

    612

    771

    955 950

    1139

    1288

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    2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

    Number of CISD Learners Scoring 3+

  • CHS

    82 79

    74

    82 82

    51 51 52 50 50

    61 61 61 61 60

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    2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

    % of Total AP Learners with Scores of 3+

    CHS Texas Global

  • NTH@C

    66 71

    48

    65

    56 51 51 52 50 50

    61 61 61 61 60

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    2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

    % of Total AP Learners with Scores of 3+

    NTH@C Texas Global

  • 2016 AP Highlights • 13 AP Exams had 90-100% of learners score a 3 or higher:

    – Art History (33 learners tested) – BC Calculus (100 learners tested) – Chinese Language and Culture (3 learners tested) – European History (4 learners tested) – Macroeconomics (118 learners tested) – Microeconomics (44 learners tested – 97%) – Psychology (228 learners tested) – Spanish Language and Culture (54 learners tested) – Statistics (215 learners tested) – Studio Art 2-D Design (27 learners tested – 100%) – Studio Art 3-D Design (7 learners tested – 100%) – Studio Art Drawing (10 learners tested – 100%)

  • Exam Participation by Grade Level • 355 Freshman sat for AP exams

    • 416 Sophomores sat for AP exams

    • 443 Juniors sat for AP exams

    • 328 Seniors sat for AP exams

  • 2016 AP Highlights

    Exam Scores • 807 exams received a score of 5 (26.9%) • 802 exams received a score of 4 (26.7%) •