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Doug Wiedeman

Cleveland, OH

#31737 Jul 18, 2014
Doug Wiedeman wrote:
Post 31728 about the results for the Class of 2018 in the spring of their 7th grade year.
The results demonstrate the results generated by 7 years of math education in our Springboro school district.
Less than 1 out of 4 students is able to master 75% of the material according to the results posted by the state.
Less than 1 out of 4 is receiving an adequate math education in our school district after 7 years of instruction.
PROFICIENT is defined in the 7th grade as scoring 34%- 56% on the Ohio Achievement Assessment math test.
PROFICIENT equals FAILURE
Censorship reigns supreme if you post something the union does not care for on this blog.

That one did not last very long. I wonder the union does not wish to trumpet its "success"
educating our children?

Mr. Malone enjoys blowing the horn about the joys of PROFICIENT.

But then again when question what constituted PROFICIENT, Mr. Malone stated he did not know that sort of thing.

Let us all remind him that in the 7th grade PROFICIENT on the Ohio Achievement Assessment tests is 34%-56%.

Make it a point to tell him how proud you are to have a child who after 7 years in the math program in Springboro is grasping less than half of the material.

Fewer than 1 out of 4 in the Class of 2018 scored better than 75%

1 out of 4 students scored better than 75% on the state standardized math test for 7th grade.

PROFICIENT equals FAILURE
Doug Wiedeman

Cleveland, OH

#31738 Jul 18, 2014
Post #31739 will be the results for the Class of 2018 for the 7th grade Ohio Achievement Assessment tests.

If you do not see the results, you will know the union got there before you did.
Doug Wiedeman

Cleveland, OH

#31740 Jul 18, 2014
I put the data up for the Class of 2018 regarding their math test results on the Ohio Achievement Assessment tests in 7th grade.

That would be post numbers 31738 and 31739

Less than 1 out of 4 managed to score 75% or better

The same students spent a year with a new math program from Pearson's that we were trial testing as an ebook.

For all of the hoopla attended to this program an individual may be tempted to believe it would be a raving success.

Au contraire, the Class of 2018's math test results from this years Ohio Achievement Assessment test reveals better than a 30% drop in students able to score at least 75% on the basic standardized math test.

Fewer than 1 out of 6 is now able to master at least 75% of the material.

Fewer than 1 out of 6 after one more year in our math program can now score 75% or better on a state standardized math test in the 8th grade.

PROFICIENT equals FAILURE
Doug Wiedeman

Cleveland, OH

#31741 Jul 18, 2014
The fault is not in our children, they are merely reflecting the results generated by our program of studies.

Out of 500 plus kids in the Class of 2018 that just spent two years at the junior high school, we find fewer than 100 of them that are able to score at least 75% on the basic state math test administered across the state.

For some districts perhaps these are numbers to rave about. In the community of Springboro I believe we have a solid set of higher expectations.

This is not a cause of needing more money for ever more teachers to help.
We have plenty of resources available to manage the needs of our children at hand.

This is a matter of allocation of those resources from areas of less need to areas of greater need.

It is also a matter of too much reliance on the fads of the day rather than the boring mastery of times and division tables through rote memorization.
An example is that most working people know their social security number, how did they learn that number? Most generally from rote usage while filling out job applications or other forms calling for the information. Sooner or later after you have filled it out for the umpteenth time you come to know the number by heart.

While some of this may be less exciting to the actual instructors, it remains a highly effective model of information transfer. It also provides the children with the ability to quickly master a needed skill. Possessing the ability to regurgitate necessary correct answers is a skill sorely lacking in many of today's high school graduates that were PROFICIENT, thus limiting them in participation in the work force of tomorrow.

Reply

Springboro, OH

#31742 Jul 18, 2014
Doug Wiedeman wrote:
The fault is not in our children, they are merely reflecting the results generated by our program of studies.
Out of 500 plus kids in the Class of 2018 that just spent two years at the junior high school, we find fewer than 100 of them that are able to score at least 75% on the basic state math test administered across the state.
For some districts perhaps these are numbers to rave about. In the community of Springboro I believe we have a solid set of higher expectations.
This is not a cause of needing more money for ever more teachers to help.
We have plenty of resources available to manage the needs of our children at hand.
This is a matter of allocation of those resources from areas of less need to areas of greater need.
It is also a matter of too much reliance on the fads of the day rather than the boring mastery of times and division tables through rote memorization.
An example is that most working people know their social security number, how did they learn that number? Most generally from rote usage while filling out job applications or other forms calling for the information. Sooner or later after you have filled it out for the umpteenth time you come to know the number by heart.
While some of this may be less exciting to the actual instructors, it remains a highly effective model of information transfer. It also provides the children with the ability to quickly master a needed skill. Possessing the ability to regurgitate necessary correct answers is a skill sorely lacking in many of today's high school graduates that were PROFICIENT, thus limiting them in participation in the work force of tomorrow.
Mr. Wiedeman,
If you are so unhappy with Springboro schools and the District, you do have other options available to you! You can send your children to private schools (and complain there), home school or send your children to another district that has 'open enrollment'.
BUT for the love of God get a life and stop tearing down our district and the incredible and dedicated teachers that we have.
This district has too many positive things going for it!
My children have received nothing but the best as far as teachers and their instruction and my children have the grades and test scores to prove it.
Stop with the rants - move on to something else that matters!
Doug Wiedeman

Cleveland, OH

#31743 Jul 18, 2014
Reply wrote:
<quoted text>
Mr. Wiedeman,
If you are so unhappy with Springboro schools and the District, you do have other options available to you! You can send your children to private schools (and complain there), home school or send your children to another district that has 'open enrollment'.
BUT for the love of God get a life and stop tearing down our district and the incredible and dedicated teachers that we have.
This district has too many positive things going for it!
My children have received nothing but the best as far as teachers and their instruction and my children have the grades and test scores to prove it.
Stop with the rants - move on to something else that matters!
Congratulations on your children being in the 1 out of 6 who received a good education.

I am glad you got yours, but what about all of the children who received less than a full education?

Shall we just ignore their plight? After all, they are not your or my kids.

Exactly how will that help the children who are not receiving the education which the taxpayers of this school district are funding?

If our incredible and dedicated teachers were so concerned with our children perhaps they would join me in finding solutions to the problems that we face. Historical data collected and tabulated by the state of Ohio suggest that this in not a new problem but one that has been ongoing for well over a decade.

Perusing the results of our historical data for our school district we find history continually repeating itself. At what point do we begin doing something that educates all of our children rather than merely employ adults?

I am more concerned about educating all of our children, raising our educational standards to levels that befit our community, and ensuring that as many children as possible matriculate with a real education rather than one sustained by excuses.

Your solution to shut up and go away will not serve those children who are not receiving the education they were promised, they deserve, and the taxpayers are generously funding.

If you wish to deride my interpretation of the data, please feel free to point out where I am incorrect in my assertions and your reasons for believing such.

As I have noted in the past, no one has yet to debate the real points of contention.

For more info click on the link below. You can click on public districts for whichever grade you wish to investigate, then it breaks it down by county.

http://education.ohio.gov/Topics/Testing/Ohio...

For definitions of each state prescribe level of educational attainment, Advanced, Accelerated, Proficient, Basic, or Limited for each grade level and each year click on this link, this will break down the tests, what they cover, what each score parents receive means, and what the various cut scores are for each sector of achievement.

http://education.ohio.gov/Topics/Testing/Stat...
Doug Wiedeman

Cleveland, OH

#31744 Jul 18, 2014
Reply wrote:
<quoted text>
Mr. Wiedeman,
If you are so unhappy with Springboro schools and the District, you do have other options available to you! You can send your children to private schools (and complain there), home school or send your children to another district that has 'open enrollment'.
BUT for the love of God get a life and stop tearing down our district and the incredible and dedicated teachers that we have.
This district has too many positive things going for it!
My children have received nothing but the best as far as teachers and their instruction and my children have the grades and test scores to prove it.
Stop with the rants - move on to something else that matters!
PROFICIENT still equals FAILURE

34-56% on a standardized 7th grade math test administered by the state of Ohio is not passing.
Follow The Truth

Springboro, OH

#31745 Jul 18, 2014
On second thought wrote:
<quoted text>Maybe its you or one of your followers deleting these posts to stir the pot and make the board majority backers look bad?
As for me and my household of voters, we choose to Follow The Truth; elections come and go, but only the Truth will set Springboro families free of the SEA campaign enslavement of FEAR (false evidence appearing real) fighting AGAINST our school children and taxpaying homeowners.

Our Springboro community will always have a voter population who will never vote AGAINST our strong principals of Truth and Freedom, even amongst a Majority of Losers blindly following Dr. Ron Malone (who has been an insanely popular SHS principal
and known emotional manipulator of our Springboro students) as proven in the November 2013 school board election, all in the name of his own praise and glory as professional educator with 41 years experience. Truth is, everything that is popular is not RIGHT; and everything that is RIGHT is not popular.

IF our Springboro schools belong to the "public" and IF we are all in this together as ONE community, as our MVP suggests, then why are some followers of Insane Popularity in our community always lashing out at others to "get out" ....BUT, don't forget to leave your MONEY behind for the greedy SEA union activists for SURE to greedily profit from by "silencing the truth?"
MoreRon Status Quo

Springboro, OH

#31746 Jul 18, 2014
On second thought wrote:
<quoted text>Maybe its you or one of your followers deleting these posts to stir the pot and make the board majority backers look bad?
Just thinking that some Springboro Stakeholders will always Follow the Truth, fighting for Strong PRINCIPLES vs those for SURE fighting for the insanely popular
status quo failed practices of the past SHS moreRON PRINCIPAL.
Pray It Forward

Springboro, OH

#31747 Jul 18, 2014
Reply wrote:
<quoted text>
Mr. Wiedeman,
If you are so unhappy with Springboro schools and the District, you do have other options available to you! You can send your children to private schools (and complain there), home school or send your children to another district that has 'open enrollment'.
BUT for the love of God get a life and stop tearing down our district and the incredible and dedicated teachers that we have.
This district has too many positive things going for it!
My children have received nothing but the best as far as teachers and their instruction and my children have the grades and test scores to prove it.
Stop with the rants - move on to something else that matters!
But For the Love of God, Read John 3:16:

"For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosever believes in Him shall not perish, but have everlasting life."
On second thought

Springboro, OH

#31748 Jul 18, 2014
Reply wrote:
<quoted text>
Mr. Wiedeman,
If you are so unhappy with Springboro schools and the District, you do have other options available to you! You can send your children to private schools (and complain there), home school or send your children to another district that has 'open enrollment'.
BUT for the love of God get a life and stop tearing down our district and the incredible and dedicated teachers that we have.
This district has too many positive things going for it!
My children have received nothing but the best as far as teachers and their instruction and my children have the grades and test scores to prove it.
Stop with the rants - move on to something else that matters!
On second thought - stop with the rants of how incredible and dedicated are teachers that we have, and move on to something else that matters, such as:

-Moving forward with merit pay increases based on teacher performance, not longevity
-Bringing public service union members' insurance dues in line with private sector expenses
-Requiring Springboro school teachers to work for their "daily bread" in the same rigorous manner in which are expected of community members in the private sector.
-Stop wasting taxpayers money sitting around "on the job" plotting against Springboro families who hold beliefs that are different from those of Union Solidarity - including beliefs that it is wrong for the local government to overtax its citizens.
-Stop the rants of Many Voices Project costing taxpayers $12,000 for our school superintendent to "hear" from Springboro residents; during which time the Board of Education President, Charles Anderson, refuses to respond to his Constitutents' questions regarding important school district issues.

What is your REPLY to your thoughts on these Matters?

OR, will these Matters just be ignored and deleted, along with other Truths that are being deleted on this public blog?
Boro parent

Springboro, OH

#31749 Jul 18, 2014
Reply wrote:
<quoted text>
Mr. Wiedeman,
If you are so unhappy with Springboro schools and the District, you do have other options available to you! You can send your children to private schools (and complain there), home school or send your children to another district that has 'open enrollment'.
BUT for the love of God get a life and stop tearing down our district and the incredible and dedicated teachers that we have.
This district has too many positive things going for it!
My children have received nothing but the best as far as teachers and their instruction and my children have the grades and test scores to prove it.
Stop with the rants - move on to something else that matters!
I very much disagree with you.
Mr. Wiedeman's points are completely valid. Springboro's students aren't all that much better off than the average US public educated student. Now compare the US versus the world. Of course there isn't an argument. US students are lagging behind.

What does all this boil down to? I believe Wiedeman's argument in a nutshell is that in order to improve OAA/OGT test scores, the state continues to quietly lower its bar of expectations. This is a political nut-and-shell game to hang as many "A" for "Excellent" banners in as many district windows as possible. Why might they do that, and intentionally damage the future of our children? The answer's relatively simple:
Even when things aren't going especially well, there's a lot of (weak) people in this (and other) communities who like to be comforted, and TOLD things are going well for them

Personally as a Boro parent, I believe K-12 kids are better than any other age group in dealing with stressful adversity, such as preparing for especially difficult tests. Most certainly, they're a lot better at it than a select group of Boro teachers that are too liberally opinionated in front of our children in the classrooms, much too underqualified, and/or much too burnt out in their careers to effectively teach children any longer!
ditch digger

Dayton, OH

#31750 Jul 18, 2014
no one should be surprised how the union goons have started their levy campaign as soon as their school Nazi henchmen got elected...
And Vice Versa

Springboro, OH

#31751 Jul 18, 2014
Reply wrote:
<quoted text>
Mr. Wiedeman,
If you are so unhappy with Springboro schools and the District, you do have other options available to you! You can send your children to private schools (and complain there), home school or send your children to another district that has 'open enrollment'.
BUT for the love of God get a life and stop tearing down our district and the incredible and dedicated teachers that we have.
This district has too many positive things going for it!
My children have received nothing but the best as far as teachers and their instruction and my children have the grades and test scores to prove it.
Stop with the rants - move on to something else that matters!
IF our incredible and dedicated teachers are so-o-o-o unhappy with the Respect they receive from Springboro taxpayers providing employment in our school district--a G-R-E-A-T place to live, learn, work, play sports, and pray it forward-- then why not stop tearing down our school district with their word of words against Springboro families; and just find themselves Secure employment contracts in other school districts FOR their love of more money? Wouldn't that be great?

Could it be that only wine and cheese grow better with Aging; while the constant Whining of
How Great We Are from old professional educators should possibly be thrown out; for failure to adapt to new reforms in budgeting for our children's education; with Priority of Living Within Our Means?
Truth That Hurts Kids

Springboro, OH

#31752 Jul 18, 2014
.....And their ongoing effort is to unseat this Board in November with a slate of pro-education candidates...

That's What Solidarity Looks Like submitted by Scott Maney, Springboro Education Association President, and Marla Bell, OEA/LRC
http://www.ohea.org/this-is-what-solidarity-l...

Stay Alert Voters - Our slate of pro-education, Anti-Children First,
SEA union controlled board majority members are now in full swing of their ongoing effort to protect Ron Malone's insane popularity by hiding the facts of his poor leadership performance as SHS principal, who ran the high school like a union shop, making up classes with scant demand to ensure employment for those whose skills were not in demanded. This tactic robbed resources from areas of greater need in the district. Those who suffered the most were the gifted and those in need of early intervention.

Mr. Malone has proven that he can successfully run a 2 year campaign against our Children First and garner over 5000 votes to be elected second most popular board member in November 2013; however Mr. Malone cannot hide from his public record of past failures; inquiring minds are now asking IF insane popularity is enough in the Boro to garner enough votes among 10,000 plus households to pass a new levy for Springboro Education Association "payback" for SURE support,
silencing the voices of opposition to ONE community of union solidarity radical rule?
DATA ANALYSIS

Maineville, OH

#31753 Jul 18, 2014
Doug Wiedeman wrote:
To be considered a top tier student in the state of Ohio you need to score at least 72% on the Ohio Achievement Assessment test.
72% correct on the state math test is all it takes to become one of the top students in the state.
This is a basic 7th grade math test, there is no calculus, derivatives, trigonometry, or any other higher level of math on this test.
It comprises all of the material one would have expected a 7th grader to have learned up to that point in their education.
72% is all it takes to become a top student.
That bar is unacceptably low for this community.
From the Ohio Dept of Education:

Springboro 8th Grade OAA

Pct. Proficient of Above (includes Advanced and Accel population):

Reading: 96.4
Math: 93.2
Science: 86.1

Pct Advanced: Reading: 33.3
Math: 20.4
Science: 32.3

Pct Accel:
Reading: 36.3
Math: 35.1
Science: 23.1

Pct Proficient:
Reading: 26.9
Math: 37.7
Science: 30.7

Pct Basic:
Reading: 3
Math: 4.6
Science: 13.2

Pct Limited:
Reading: 0.6
Math: 2.2
Science: 0.8

OHIO DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
OHIO ACHIEVEMENT ASSESSMENTS - PRELIMINARY RESULTS
GRADE 8 - PUBLIC DISTRICTS
May 2014 TEST ADMINISTRATION

http://webapp1.ode.state.oh.us/proficiency_re... ?
filename=SP14_OAA_Public_Schoo ls_Grade_8.csv&county=warr en&Go=Go

Proficient: Eighth grade students performing at the Proficient level use their fundamental
understanding of word structure, context clues and text structures to determine the
meaning of complex words. They typically show an overall understanding of literary
elements and informational features and structures.

Advanced: Eighth grade students performing at the Advanced level have a thorough
understanding of word structure, context clues, text structure and authorís style to
show a complete understanding of a variety of texts. They have a firm grasp of the
literary and informational techniques used by authors to communicate meaning and
can make sound judgments on the appropriateness of text

Accelerated:.Eighth grade students performing at the Accelerated level use their understanding of word structure, context clues, text structure and authorís style to show a complete understanding of a variety of texts. They show a complete understanding of literary
elements and informational features and structures.

Basic: Eighth grade students performing at the Basic level can generally define unknown or
compound words through contextual clues and can identify resources to define more
complex words. They demonstrate some understanding of textual information.

Limited: Eighth grade students performing at the Limited level struggle with, or are unable to
perform, simple reading tasks and do not yet have the skills identified at the Basic
level.

http://education.ohio.gov/getattachment/Topic...

Understanding the definition of the terminology used and what you are actually measuring in the data analysis gives a more clear picture.
Doug Wiedeman

Cleveland, OH

#31754 Jul 18, 2014
PROFICIENT on the 8th grade math Ohio Achievement Assessment test in 2013 ranged from 35%-59% correct answers.

ACCELERATED on the 8th grade math OAA test in 2013 ranged from
61%- 78% correct answers

ADVANCED on the 8th grade math OAA test in 2013 ranged from
80%- 100% correct answers.

ITEM DISTRIBUTION

Items are distributed among three item formats on each form of the test according to the following guidelines:
ē Each of the five standards is assessed by multiple-choice items and at least one constructed-response item on every form of the test.
ē The number of points from constructed-response items will be no greater than 50% of the total points for the standard.

LEVEL OF COMPLEXITY OF QUESTIONS

Characteristics.......... of Points

Low...... Requires recall of facts and definitions or performing
routine, specified procedures.......... 25 - 35%

Moderate..... Requires some interpretation or multi-step problem
solutions......... 40 - 50%

High...... Requires analysis of or justifying reasoning and solution
for more complicated problem situations........ 15 - 25%

Students will be permitted access to scientific calculators during test administration.
Doug Wiedeman

Cleveland, OH

#31755 Jul 18, 2014
Want to debate the fact that in 2013 the 8th grade test results in math showed 263 students out of 386 that were not able to master 75% of the basic state math test?

In 2012 the number of 8th graders not able to master 75% of the test was
347 students out of 436 that year.

In 2011 the number of 8th graders not able to master 75% of the basic standardized math test administered by the state was 314 students out of 393 that year.

In 2010 the number of 8th graders not able to master 75% of the basic standardized math test administered by the state was 324 out of 408.

Who is failing here?

If we have the 40% gifted students in this school district that is so continually claimed, the the answer is clear.

The system is broke and no amount of money thrown at the problem will change the results until we have the courage to change the system.

Who among us actually believe that 70-80% of our children, year after year, are not able to grasp basic math concepts?

What will the 2014 Ohio Achievement Assessments reveal about our program of study?
Doug Wiedeman

Cleveland, OH

#31756 Jul 18, 2014
DATA ANALYSIS wrote:
<quoted text>
From the Ohio Dept of Education:
Springboro 8th Grade OAA
Pct. Proficient of Above (includes Advanced and Accel population):
Reading: 96.4
Math: 93.2
Science: 86.1
Pct Advanced: Reading: 33.3
Math: 20.4
Science: 32.3
Pct Accel:
Reading: 36.3
Math: 35.1
Science: 23.1
Pct Proficient:
Reading: 26.9
Math: 37.7
Science: 30.7
Pct Basic:
Reading: 3
Math: 4.6
Science: 13.2
Pct Limited:
Reading: 0.6
Math: 2.2
Science: 0.8
OHIO DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
OHIO ACHIEVEMENT ASSESSMENTS - PRELIMINARY RESULTS
GRADE 8 - PUBLIC DISTRICTS
May 2014 TEST ADMINISTRATION
http://webapp1.ode.state.oh.us/proficiency_re... ?
filename=SP14_OAA_Public_Schoo ls_Grade_8.csv&county=warr en&Go=Go
Proficient: Eighth grade students performing at the Proficient level use their fundamental
understanding of word structure, context clues and text structures to determine the
meaning of complex words. They typically show an overall understanding of literary
elements and informational features and structures.
Advanced: Eighth grade students performing at the Advanced level have a thorough
understanding of word structure, context clues, text structure and authorís style to
show a complete understanding of a variety of texts. They have a firm grasp of the
literary and informational techniques used by authors to communicate meaning and
can make sound judgments on the appropriateness of text
Accelerated:.Eighth grade students performing at the Accelerated level use their understanding of word structure, context clues, text structure and authorís style to show a complete understanding of a variety of texts. They show a complete understanding of literary
elements and informational features and structures.
Basic: Eighth grade students performing at the Basic level can generally define unknown or
compound words through contextual clues and can identify resources to define more
complex words. They demonstrate some understanding of textual information.
Limited: Eighth grade students performing at the Limited level struggle with, or are unable to
perform, simple reading tasks and do not yet have the skills identified at the Basic
level.
http://education.ohio.gov/getattachment/Topic...
Understanding the definition of the terminology used and what you are actually measuring in the data analysis gives a more clear picture.
Check out this website link to discover how your child actually performed on the basic Ohio Achievement Assessment test.

This site breaks down the various grades and how many questions a child must get correctly to be included in what group. It provides the raw scores that match up with that baffling 3 digit score the state provides on the report they send to each child's home by grade and subject.

See for yourself what all of those numbers actually mean.

Fancy euphemisms for failure still represent failure.

http://education.ohio.gov/Topics/Testing/Stat...
Doug Wiedeman

Cleveland, OH

#31758 Jul 18, 2014
Class of 2017

2010-2011 Ohio Achievement Assessment Math test results

6th Grade 2010-2011 Ohio Achievement Assessment Tests Results.
.
Math .......50 possible points on the test
.
.
State Rating System and distribution of students for the 6th grade
.
Limited..........14 Students
Limited.......... 23% was the Average score for this group
Limited..........definition--0 -14 correct answers =(0-28% correct)
.
Basic..........13 Students
Basic ..........35% was the Average score for this group
Basic..........definition--15 - 19 correct answers =(30-38% correct)
.
Proficient........83 Students
Proficient........50% was the Average score for this group
Proficient.........definition- -20-28 correct answers =(40-56% correct)
.
Accelerated.....76 Students
Accelerated.....62% was the Average score for this group
Accelerated.....definition--29 -33 correct answers =(58-66% correct)
.
Advanced........181 Students
Advanced........79% was the Average score for this group
Advanced........definition--34 -50 correct answers =(68-100% correct)
.
Applying Mr. Malone's grading system he used for assigning percentages to grades earned in the college credit program (PSEO)
.
F.....Below 62.99% correct answers.......156 Students
Percentage of Students.....43% receiving F
D..... 63%- 74.99% correct answers......97 Students
Percentage of Students.....16% receiving D
C......75%- 84.99% correct answers........76 Students
Percentage of Students.....20% receiving C
B..... 85%- 92.99% correct answers........32 Students
Percentage of Students.....9% receiving B
A..... 93% correct answers and above.....6 Students
Percentage of Students....2% receiving A

In 6th grade Class of 2017 we find

PASSING 75% or better - 31%

FAILING 74% and below - 69%

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