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The California School Dashboard provides parents and educators with meaningful information on school and district progress so they can participate in decisions to improve student learning. 

The Dashboard contains reports that display the performance of local educational agencies (LEAs), schools, and student groups on a set of state and local measures to assist in identifying strengths, challenges, and areas in need of improvement. The CA Dashboard Mobile App is now available. The mobile App allows parents and educators an easier way to access their school and district Dashboards, all at their fingertips. Download the CA Dashboard Mobile App today!

Or access to search the most recent results for Lake Elementary's Dashboard can be found here

Background

California's accountability system is based on multiple measures that assess how local educational agencies (LEAs) and schools are meeting the needs of their students. Performance on these measures is reported on the California School DashboardExternal link opens in new window or tab. (Dashboard).

System of Support

California's system of support is one of the central components of California’s accountability and continuous improvement system. The goal is to help LEAs and their schools meet the needs of each student they serve, with a focus on building local capacity to sustain improvement and to effectively address disparities in opportunities and outcomes.

LEAs are eligible for assistance through the System of Support based on Dashboard results. Beginning with the 2019 Dashboard, Charters are eligible for identification under the Local Control Funding Formula for support. The process for determining charter school eligibility is available here LCFF Criteria for Differentiated Assistance (PDF).

The Dashboard

The Dashboard is a powerful online tool to help districts and schools identify strengths and weaknesses and pinpoint student groups that may be struggling. It reports performance and progress on both state and local measures:

  • State measures apply to all LEAs, schools, and student groups and are based on data that is collected consistently across the state.
  • Local measures apply at the LEA and charter school level and are based on data collected at the local level.