The School Information Branch (SIB) serves as a link between school and technical staff to provide meaningful data analysis by collecting and validating student and school level data; providing analysis and interpretation of federal, state, and district policies to ensure compliance with legal mandates; and facilitating access, us, and reporting of data.
R30 Language Census
The school-level Language Census Reports indicates the number of English Learners (EL), EL receiving special services, qualified teachers providing primary language instruction, reclassification rates, etc. at the school of your choice.
Every K-12 public school in California is required by state law to publish a School Accountability Report Card (SARC) each year. The SARC contains information about the condition and performance of each school.
The School Profile will provide you with detailed information including the history of its Racial & Ethnic Composition, Student Attendance information, number of certificated teachers and their years of experience.
The Adequate Yearly Progress report will tell you if the District has demonstrated progress in its: API scores, graduation rates, assessment participation rates, and in the academic areas of Language Arts and Mathematics.
The District Accountability Report Card (DARC) will help you find District-wide sub-group results on the STAR and California Standards Test as well as District-wide demographics and a message from the Superintendent.
No Child Left Behind (NCLB) requires an annual statewide summary report of student assessment results, high school graduation rates, teacher qalifications, and other indicators. View the State Accountability Report Card from the California Department of Education.