Accountability PartnershipsBy using accountability as a tool for equity, Accountability Partnerships provides differentiated supports to districts and schools by:
Using data to drive decisions
Removing barriers in order to implement policies with rigor
Improving systems to minimize pain points and build capacity for quality teaching and learning
Our goal is to empower districts and schools to close achievement gaps through a focus on supporting the most vulnerable students.
ACOE POPULATION OUTCOMES
The Alameda County Office of Education has adopted a set of indicators to measure the success of outcomes supporting all students, birth to career. The Population Outcomes shown on the dashboard highlight seven indicators that cover early childhood, school success and college & career readiness.
Population Outcomes Home
Indicator 1 - 4 Year Olds in TK
Indicator 2 - 3rd Graders meeting ELA Standard
Indicator 3 - 7th Graders Connect to School
Indicator 4 - 8th Graders Meeting Math Standard
Indicator 5 - 9th Graders Connected to School
Indicator 6 - Students College & Career Ready
Indicator 7 - High School graduates Entering College
Charter Leaders Network
Statewide & Regional
Geographic Leads PageIRB request process
Chief of Accountability Partnerships
Scott Figgins, M.Ed.
Director of Analytics
Director of Strategic District and School Support
Shirley Clem, Ed.D.
Director of Continuous Improvement
Research & Evaluation
District & School Support
Data, Visualization & Analytics
School Performance Framework