California's method of assessing local school and district progress is known as the California School Dashboard.
The Dashboard is part of the state accountability and continuous improvement system that moves California from a single score to multiple measures and from a focus on the average of all students’ performance to equitable outcomes for each student group. The Dashboard is essentially a report card for local schools and districts that takes a more holistic look at the many performance areas that are key to preparing students for college and career after 12th grade.
ACOE has created a series of videos to assist school communities and families in better understanding the indicators measured in the Dashboard.
STATE INDICATORSAcademic Performance
español 粤语Graduation Rate español 粤语Suspension Rate español 粤语Chronic Absenteeism español 粤语English Learner Progress español 粤语College and Career español 粤语LOCAL INDICATORSImplementation of Academic Standards español 粤语Parent Engagement español 粤语Basic Conditions español 粤语School Climate español 粤语Broad Course of Study español 粤语
Video: What is the California School Dashboard?
California School Dashboard (information from the California Department of Education)
California School Dashboard Navigator (an interactive map of Dashboard performance by district and school, from the California Department of Education)
Dashboard Mobile Application (from the California Department of Education)
Search data from California School Dashboard (information from EdSource)