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English Learner Progress Reports

Created for Riverside County Office of Education

By Key Data Systems,

Ekaterina P. Forrester, Ph.D.

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Riverside County Office of Education

County Wide EL, FEP, and Reclassified EL Enrollment

LEA/School Name

Count of English Learners

Count of Fluent English Prof.

Count of Reclassified Students

Percent of English Learners in the County

Percent Fluent English Prof. in the County

Percent Reclassified in the County

Reclassification Rate

RCOE Alt. Ed.

1012

522

1

1.1%

0.7%

0.0%

0.1%

Perris Union High

1962

3291

30

2.2%

4.4%

0.3%

1.5%

Menifee Union Elementary

1097

632

38

1.2%

0.9%

0.4%

3.5%

Nuview Union

647

427

23

0.7%

0.6%

0.3%

3.6%

Murrieta Valley Unified

1376

2311

74

1.6%

3.1%

0.8%

5.4%

Perris Elementary

3043

421

164

3.4%

0.6%

1.8%

5.4%

Temecula Valley Unified

1788

2720

101

2.0%

3.7%

1.1%

5.6%

Beaumont Unified

1276

1023

78

1.4%

1.4%

0.9%

6.1%

Coachella Valley Unified

10104

5022

679

11.4%

6.8%

7.4%

6.7%

Alvord Unified

7445

3052

507

8.4%

4.1%

5.5%

6.8%

Hemet Unified

3025

2995

228

3.4%

4.0%

2.5%

7.5%

Palm Springs Unified

8049

4915

680

9.1%

6.6%

7.4%

8.4%

Jurupa Unified

6996

4012

682

7.9%

5.4%

7.5%

9.7%

Desert Sands Unified

6944

5532

817

7.8%

7.5%

8.9%

11.8%

Palo Verde Unified

347

298

44

0.4%

0.4%

0.5%

12.7%

Corona-Norco Unified

7280

10443

974

8.2%

14.1%

10.6%

13.4%

San Jacinto Unified

2389

1881

320

2.7%

2.5%

3.5%

13.4%

Riverside Unified

7134

7605

1001

8.0%

10.2%

10.9%

14.0%

Banning Unified

892

771

130

1.0%

1.0%

1.4%

14.6%

Moreno Valley Unified

7586

6603

1163

8.6%

8.9%

12.7%

15.3%

Romoland Elementary

861

522

142

1.0%

0.7%

1.6%

16.5%

Lake Elsinore Unified

3047

4274

508

3.4%

5.8%

5.6%

16.7%

Val Verde Unified

4368

4932

765

4.9%

6.6%

8.4%

17.5%

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English Learner “At-Risk” of Becoming a Long-Term English Learner (“At-Risk”):

An English learner (EL) student to which all of the following apply: (1) is enrolled on Census Day (the first Wednesday in October) in grades 3 to 12, inclusive; and (2) has been enrolled in a U.S. school for four or five years; and (3) has scored at the intermediate level or below on the prior year administration of the CELDT; and (4) for students in grades 4 to 9, inclusive, has scored in the fourth or fifth year at the “Standard Not Met” level on the prior year administration of the CAASPP-ELA. In addition, please note the following: (1) students for whom one or more of the required testing criteria are not available are categorically determined to be “At-Risk”; and (2) the assessment component of “At-Risk” determination for students in grades 10 – 12, inclusive, is based solely on the CELDT criteria outlined above; and (3) the CAASPP-ELA component of “At-Risk” determination is not applied to students in grade 3

Long-Term English Learner (LTEL): An English learner (EL) student to which all of the following apply: (1) is enrolled on Census Day (the first Wednesday in October) in grades 6 to 12, inclusive; and (2) has been enrolled in a U.S. school for six or more years; and (3) has remained at the same English language proficiency level for two or more consecutive prior years, or has regressed to a lower English language proficiency level, as determined by the CELDT; and (4) for students in grades 6 to 9, inclusive, has scored at the “Standard Not Met” level on the prior year administration of the CAASPP-ELA. In addition, please note the following: (1) students for whom one or more of the required testing criteria are not available are categorically determined to be an LTEL; and (2) the assessment component of LTEL determination for students in grades 10 – 12, inclusive, is based solely on the CELDT criteria outlined above

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Riverside County Office of Education

Long-Term English Learners (LTEL) by District

Name

EL Students

EL Students for 6+ Years

EL for 6+ Years as

LTEL Students

LTEL as Percent

(Grades 6-12)

(Grades 6-12)

Percent of All ELs

(C)

of EL for 6+ Years

(A)

(B)

(A/B)

 

(C/B)

Nuview Union

159

153

96.20%

62

40.50%

Perris Elementary

432

413

95.60%

170

41.20%

Menifee Union Elementary

261

238

91.20%

128

53.80%

Temecula Valley Unified

632

465

73.60%

251

54.00%

Corona-Norco Unified

2,297

1870

81.40%

1052

56.30%

Alvord Unified

3261

3049

93.50%

1776

58.20%

Romoland Elementary

197

184

93.40%

107

58.20%

Palo Verde Unified

158

139

88.00%

82

59.00%

Riverside Unified

2,536

2152

84.90%

1274

59.20%

Jurupa Unified

2887

2730

94.60%

1620

59.30%

Beaumont Unified

449

413

92.00%

247

59.80%

Desert Sands Unified

2274

2054

90.30%

1232

60.00%

Hemet Unified

1,249

1135

90.90%

709

62.50%

Murrieta Valley Unified

340

250

73.50%

157

62.80%

Lake Elsinore Unified

795

668

84.00%

423

63.30%

Perris Union High

1941

1791

92.30%

1170

65.30%

Val Verde Unified

1,303

1140

87.50%

751

65.90%

Palm Springs Unified

2663

2379

89.30%

1573

66.10%

Coachella Valley Unified

3,467

3131

90.30%

2080

66.40%

Moreno Valley Unified

2415

2195

90.90%

1480

67.40%

Banning Unified

273

242

88.60%

164

67.80%

San Jacinto Unified

766

711

92.80%

485

68.20%

RCOE Alt. Ed.

510

487

95.50%

376

77.20%

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Riverside County Office of Education

English Learners “At-Risk” of Becoming LTEL by District

Name

EL Students

EL Students for 4 or 5 Years

EL for 4 or 5 Years as

"At-Risk" EL Students

"At-Risk" ELs as Percent of EL

(Grades 3-12)

(Grades 3-12)

Percent of All ELs

(C)

for 4 or 5 Years

(A)

(B)

(A/B)

 

(C/B)

Temecula Valley Unified

1,234

348

28.20%

137

39.40%

Murrieta Valley Unified

813

328

40.30%

141

43.00%

Alvord Unified

5,311

1397

26.30%

666

47.70%

Menifee Union Elementary

679

260

38.30%

128

49.20%

Desert Sands Unified

4,507

1357

30.10%

714

52.60%

Beaumont Unified

834

233

27.90%

123

52.80%

Palm Springs Unified

5,280

1641

31.10%

889

54.20%

Perris Elementary

1728

837

48.40%

464

55.40%

Nuview Union

417

164

39.30%

91

55.50%

Corona-Norco Unified

4454

1283

28.80%

713

55.60%

San Jacinto Unified

1,480

422

28.50%

239

56.60%

Perris Union High

1962

55

2.80%

32

58.20%

RCOE Alt. Ed.

691

96

13.90%

59

61.50%

Jurupa Unified

4862

1261

25.90%

796

63.10%

Moreno Valley Unified

4,860

1528

31.40%

978

64.00%

Hemet Unified

2173

567

26.10%

365

64.40%

Banning Unified

555

152

27.40%

100

65.80%

Riverside Unified

4584

1300

28.40%

863

66.40%

Val Verde Unified

2,708

762

28.10%

515

67.60%

Lake Elsinore Unified

1841

524

28.50%

366

69.80%

Palo Verde Unified

246

56

22.80%

41

73.20%

Coachella Valley Unified

6798

2150

31.60%

1612

75.00%

Romoland Elementary

507

188

37.10%

144

76.60%

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Riverside County Office of Education

County Wide CELDT Performance

Grade

Overall

00

01

02

03

04

05

Data Year

2015

2016

2015

2016

2015

2016

2015

2016

2015

2016

2015

2016

2015

2016

Performance Level

1

7.25%

7.92%

14.81%

13.05%

7.35%

8.45%

6.93%

8.14%

9.67%

9.14%

7.45%

7.92%

4.73%

5.35%

2

13.11%

13.12%

23.00%

24.24%

14.73%

14.59%

20.02%

19.46%

17.98%

17.84%

10.46%

11.35%

7.85%

8.38%

3

36.52%

36.28%

40.64%

40.65%

38.61%

37.92%

40.34%

40.15%

40.76%

41.31%

40.71%

39.81%

31.72%

33.07%

4

32.91%

32.77%

18.40%

18.93%

31.63%

30.90%

26.47%

25.84%

24.10%

23.38%

29.66%

30.14%

40.83%

39.78%

5

10.21%

9.90%

3.15%

3.12%

7.67%

8.15%

6.23%

6.41%

7.49%

8.34%

11.71%

10.79%

14.87%

13.42%

Grade

06

07

08

09

10

11

12

Data Year

2015

2016

2015

2016

2015

2016

2015

2016

2015

2016

2015

2016

2015

2016

Performance Level

1

6.76%

6.49%

6.00%

6.91%

5.26%

6.61%

7.01%

8.38%

6.59%

7.87%

6.90%

7.33%

8.23%

10.86%

2

12.43%

11.11%

9.55%

9.72%

7.98%

7.51%

11.68%

11.17%

10.28%

10.76%

7.74%

9.68%

8.11%

9.56%

3

38.04%

35.25%

31.44%

29.30%

30.86%

29.55%

37.33%

36.71%

34.34%

33.87%

28.36%

30.23%

24.73%

29.09%

4

34.38%

36.40%

39.76%

41.41%

42.19%

41.30%

35.73%

36.53%

38.57%

39.08%

41.97%

40.10%

39.52%

36.92%

5

8.39%

10.75%

13.26%

12.65%

13.72%

15.02%

8.24%

7.20%

10.22%

8.42%

15.04%

12.67%

19.42%

13.58%

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Riverside County Office of Education

County Wide CEDLT Performance by District

District Code

LEA/School Name

Making Annual Progress in Learning English

Number of Annual CELDT Takers

Number in Cohort

Percent with Prior CELDT Scores

Number Making Progress

Percent Making Progress

66977

Alvord Unified

6,631

6,629

100%

4,285

64.60%

66985

Banning Unified

794

793

99.90%

388

48.90%

66993

Beaumont Unified

1,019

1,019

100%

659

64.70%

73676

Coachella Valley Unified

8,226

8,219

99.90%

4,044

49.20%

67033

Corona-Norco Unified

5,985

5,984

100%

3,796

63.40%

67058

Desert Sands Unified

6,087

6,035

99.10%

3,613

59.90%

67082

Hemet Unified

2,481

2,481

100%

1,444

58.20%

67090

Jurupa Unified

6,202

6,202

100%

3,764

60.70%

75176

Lake Elsinore Unified

2,433

2,433

100%

1,468

60.30%

67116

Menifee Union Elementary

935

935

100%

598

64.00%

67124

Moreno Valley Unified

6,055

6,055

100%

3,320

54.80%

75200

Murrieta Valley Unified

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

67157

Nuview Union

442

437

98.90%

285

65.20%

67173

Palm Springs Unified

6,691

6,691

100%

3,942

58.90%

67181

Palo Verde Unified

293

293

100%

92

31.40%

67199

Perris Elementary

2,532

2,527

99.80%

1,485

58.80%

67207

Perris Union High

1,473

1,470

99.80%

817

55.60%

10330

RCOE Alt. Ed.

481

465

96.70%

169

36.30%

67215

Riverside Unified

6,027

6,023

99.90%

3,340

55.50%

67231

Romoland Elementary

700

623

89%

369

59.20%

67249

San Jacinto Unified

1,763

1,763

100%

950

53.90%

75192

Temecula Valley Unified

1,556

1,556

100%

991

63.70%

75242

Val Verde Unified

3,725

3,722

99.90%

2,037

54.70%

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Sample District Report

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Long-Term English Learners (LTEL) by District

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English Learners “At-Risk” of Becoming LTEL by District

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ELI Model

Previous

CELDT

Overall Level Current CELDTOverall Level BeginningEarly Intermediate

Early Intermediate

Low Intermediate

Low Intermediate

High Intermediate

High Intermediate

Early Advanced

Early Advanced or

Adv

Not Proficient

Early

Advanced or

Adv

Proficient

Early Advanced or

Adv

Proficient

Early Advanced or

Adv

Proficient

+

RFEP Students*

*Students who are reclassified in the prior year (e.g., July

1, 2013 to June 30,

2014)

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ELI Model (Cont.)

Status:

Status is the percent of ELs that moved up a performance level plus prior year RFEP

Change: Change is the difference in Status from current year to prior year:

Prior Year Status Results

 

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Status Cut Points

Status:

The following table provides the proposed cut points for each status level:

Status

Level

Status Cut Point

Very Low

Less

than 60% of EL students increased at least one level or were

RFEP’d

Low

60% to less than 67%

of EL

 

students

increased at least one CELDT level or were

RFEP’d

Median

67% to less than 75%,

of EL

 

students

increased at least one CELDT level or were

RFEP’d

High

75% to

less than 85% EL

 

students

increased at least one CELDT level or were

RFEP’d

Very High

85% or more EL students

increased at least one CELDT level or were

RFEP’d

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Change Cut Points

Change:

The following table provides the proposed cut points for each change level:

Change

Level

Change Cut Point

Declined

Significantly

ELI declined by

more than 10%

Declined

ELI declined 1.5% to 10%

Maintained

ELI declined or increased

by less than 1.5%

Increased

ELI increased by 1.5% to less than 10%

Increased Significantly

ELI increased by 10% or more

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Created for Riverside County Office of Education By Key Data Systems Ekaterina P Forrester PhD 2 Riverside County Office of Education County Wide EL FEP and Reclassified EL Enrollment LEASchool Name ID: 801034 Download

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