HCOE/DNCOE Data Dashboard

Explore data visualizations that help tell your story.

Visualizations & Reports

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The CA Schools Dashboard is California’s accountability and continuous improvement system, which provides information about how local educational agencies and schools are meeting the needs of California’s diverse student population.  In addition to the CA Schools Dashboard, Humboldt and Del Norte Counties are collaborating to provide public and private dashboards using data provided to the CDE to give insight to the opportunities and challenges we face as a rural county.  Our goal is to create an environment where improvement-based conversations can center around common data sources which provide actionable results.

The state and local indicators are organized into three categories:

 

Academic Performance

Mathematic and ELA Academic Performance Indicators

The Academic indicator for Math and ELA are based on the Smarter Balanced Summative Assessment results and the California Alternate Assessement (CAAs), and applies to LEAs and schools with grades three through eight and grade eleven. Participation Rate:  LEAs, schools and student groups that have 11 or more students enrolled during the testing window will have the participation calculated for both ELA and Mathematics. Distance from Standard:  LEA’s, schools and student groups that have 30 or more students continuously enrolled will have a Status, Change and a performance level (color) for this indicator.

View the CAASPP Mathematics Dashboard

View the CAASPP ELA Dashboard

College and Career

The College/Career measure shows how well LEAs and schools are preparing students for likely success after graduation.

View the College & Career Readiness Page

Academic Engagement

Chronic Absenteeism

The California Department of Education created the Chronic Absenteeism Indicator, which is a metric indentified as a part of Priority 5 (pupil engagement) under the LCFF.  All LEAs and schools with students in grades kindergarten through grade eight and have 30 or more students who are eligible enrolled (enrolled at least 31 instructional days) in kindergarten through grade eight in both the current and prior years will receive a performance level (color) for this indicator on the CA Schools Dashboard.

View the Chronic Absenteeism Dashboard

Conditions and Climate

Suspension Rate

Viz of the Month

Small School District Demographics presented at the 2019 SSDA Conference
by Ronda Stemach, HCOE & DNCOE

CA Dashboard Indicators by Steve Ayon, Data & Analytics Administrator
at Riverside County Office of Education (RCOE)

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