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California's accountability system is based on a multiple measures system that assesses how local educational agencies (LEAs) and schools are meeting the needs of their students. Performance on these measures is reported through the California School Dashboard (Dashboard). The Dashboard is a powerful online tool designed to help parents and communities understand performance information for K–12 schools and districts across the state.
Dashboard Measures

Dashboard Measures

The California School Dashboard displays the performance of districts, schools, and student groups on a specific set of state and local measures.
State measures are based on student data that are annually collected across the state and applied to all districts, schools, and student groups. To learn more about a state measure, select from the list below:
Local measures are based on data collected at the local level and apply to all districts and charter schools.