California School Dashboard

California's new 

accountability system

The California School Dashboard is an online tool that helps school stakeholders understand the progress their schools and districts are making in a variety of important areas. The Dashboard shows how well a school or district is doing, and whether or not they are improving, on multiple measures of student progress instead of relying entirely on test scores. The Dashboard emphasizes equity by showing the progress of all student groups and makes direct connections to the Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP), which helps educators, parents, and community members make more effective decisions to help all students succeed.


To View Getting to Know the California Dashboard click here: Getting to Know the Dashboard

To view District Dashboard click here:  California School Dashboard

To view California Five-By-Five Report:  Five-By-Five Report


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Mobile Experience

No need to download an app! To view the mobile experience, please shrink your browser window by undocking the browser in order to make it resizable then resize the browser to be the size of an iPad then an iPhone.

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Mobile Navigation

When your browser’s width conforms to a tablet or mobile phone, the menu bar changes to be mobile optimized.

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Login to view additional information on features available to registered users.

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Login to view additional information on features available to registered users.

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By clicking on your name, you find your personal tools including a combined calendar, feed and more.

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By clicking on your name, you find your personal tools including a combined calendar, feed and more.

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Admin Button

This admin button appears wherever you have rights to alter a set of blocks. To add a block, click “Add Block” to see the options.

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SchoolBlocks offers a unique and powerful personalized search system. A member of the public, searching for "homework" might see an announcement from the school as the first result. However, if the user is logged in, they would see their teacher’s latest homework assignment as the top result.

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