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Report School Evaluation Composites, School South Park Elementary, District Shelby County (New), Test TCAP (Grades 4-8)/EOC/Early Grades (Grade 3)

2018-2019 Composite Trends
Composite TypeOne-Year Trend*
IndexEffectiveness Level
Overall2.875
Literacy and Numeracy2.875
Literacy2.435
Numeracy1.874
*Year Trend
Educators using school composites for the growth component in the Tennessee Educator Acceleration Model (TEAM) select a school composite from the available options; all school composites use data from the most recent year (2018-19).

TDOE Policy
School TVAAS Composites are scores that assess growth at the school level. For 2018-19, school composites are used for the evaluation of educators who require school reporting. Scores will be reported on a 1-5 scale. The table above reports the 2018-19 school composites.

Note: The subjects listed for the CTE concentrator and CTE student composite include all the EOC subjects with value-added estimates. Some of these subjects might be excluded from CTE concentrator and CTE student composite if there were not enough CTE participants to produce a reliable estimate.

Descriptions of Composite Types
Composite TypeComposite Might Include
TestSubject
OverallGrades 3-8English Language Arts, Math
Literacy and NumeracyGrades 3-8English Language Arts, Math
LiteracyGrades 3-8English Language Arts
NumeracyGrades 3-8Math
Rules for Determining Effectiveness Level
Level 5, Most Effective: Significant evidence that the school's students made more growth than expected (the school's index is 2 or greater).
Level 4, Above Average Effectiveness: Moderate evidence that the school's students made more growth than expected (the school's index is between 1 and 2).
Level 3, Average Effectiveness: Evidence that the school's students made growth as expected (the school's index is between -1 and 1).
Level 2, Approaching Average Effectiveness: Moderate evidence that the school's students made less growth than expected (the school's index is between -2 and -1).
Level 1, Least Effective: Significant evidence that the school's students made less growth than expected (the school's index is less than -2).
Note: When an index falls exactly on the boundary between two levels, the higher level is assigned.