The CA Dashboard mobile app provides easy access for parents and educators on school and district progress so they can participate in decisions to improve student learning.
Californians can use the CA Dashboard mobile app to easily access information based on the California School Dashboard. The Dashboard is California’s new accountability system and helps parents and educators identify strengths and areas for improvement. Through the Dashboard, California reports how districts, schools (including alternative schools serving high-risk students), and student groups are performing across state measures and responding to local indicator measures.
The CA Dashboard allows for easy access to the state and local indicators through tabbed navigation which include the following three tab buttons:
- English Language Arts
- English Learner Progress
- Implementation of State Standards
- Chronic Absenteeism
- Graduation Rate
- Access to a Broad Course of Study
- Coordination of Services for Foster Youth (limited to county offices of education)
- Suspension Rate
- Basics: Teachers, Instructional Materials, Facilities
- Parent Engagement
- Local Climate Survey
- Coordination of Services for Expelled Youth (limited to county offices of education)
Funding to support the development and launch of the CA Dashboard mobile app was provided to the San Joaquin County Office of Education through the 2018–19 (Assembly Bill 99, Sec. 77) State Budget trailer bill.
For more information on the Dashboard, contact the California Department of Education Academic Accountability Unit by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.