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A Report Card on District Achievement: How Low-income, African-American, and Latino Students Fare in California School Districts

A Report Card on District Achievement: How Low-income, African-American, and Latino Students Fare in California School Districts

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Today, The Education Trust—West launches its California District Report Cards website featuring a new online tool and releases an accompanying publication titled, A Report on District Achievement: How Low-income, African-American, and Latino Students Fare in California School Districts.  Both provide grades and rankings for the state’s largest unified districts on four indicators that reveal how well they are serving their Latino, African-American, and low-income students.  Through this unique online tool, the public can look up any one of the 146 largest unified school districts across the state to learn more about the overall performance, improvement over time, size of achievement gaps, and college readiness rates for these students.
 

 

Publication date: 
April 27 2011
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ETW Report Card on District Achievement.pdf3.72 MB
2010 District Report Cards - Peer Group Rankings Compendium Report.pdf2.12 MB