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School Accountability Report Cards (SARC) are published annually and they provide information about each school's programs, student learning, API scores and standardized testing results, curriculum, instruction, graduation rates, and fiscal data. The School Accountability Report Card was established by Proposition 98, an initiative passed by California voters in 1988.
A one-page summary that highlights key facts about test scores, and accountability measures.
Reports contain detailed information about each school including their major achievements, focus for improvement, teachers, student performance and accountability measures, curriculum, buildings, school and district finances and other resources.
Key facts about facilities, textbooks and teaching assignments in accordance with the requirements of the Williams Act.
Shows trends about teachers, students, and accountability measures without commentary. Includes District-level data, school expenditures, teachers’ compensation and spending per student and District-level data, average class sizes and textbook lists.