SCHOOL ACCOUNTABILITY REPORT CARD (SARC)
This page provides links to a series of accountability reports about the state of our school for the school year(s) listed below. Under California law, as well as the No Child Left Behind Act, school districts must distribute a report card to show how every school and the district as a whole are performing. This report also must include data on how different groups of students are doing. The school reports tell you how your child’s school is doing compared to last year and to other schools.
CTE DATA REPORTS
API - California’s Academic Performance Index (API) uses state tests to score schools (and their student groups) on a scale of 200 to 1000. The state’s goal is that all schools and student groups increase their API each year and ultimately reach at least 800.
2012 Academic Performance Index (API) Report
AYP - The federal No Child Left Behind (NCLB) legislation sets academic targets called Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP). These targets are based on the percent of students reaching proficiency on state English and Math tests. At least 95% of students must participate in taking the tests. All districts, schools, and student groups throughout the state are expected to reach these targets. For AYP results based upon testing in spring 2009, the target is approximately 45% of students need to be proficient. These targets will increase by 11% each year, until 100% of students are expected to be proficient in 2014.
2012 Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) R eport
PI - Program Improvement (PI) are the sanctions described by NCLB for districts and schools that receive federal money (Title I) for poor and disadvantaged students but do not meet AYP for one or more student groups at least two years in a row in the same academic subject.