Districts designated for assistance

The following districts are designated by the state to receive assistance for the student subgroups indicated.

Source: California Department of Education / EdSource

DistrictCountyNo. of SubgroupsStudent Subgroups
Konocti UnifiedLake5African American, American Indian, Homeless Students, Socioeconomically Disadvantaged, White
Oakland UnifiedAlameda4African American, English Learner, Homeless Students, Students With Disabilities
Del Norte County UnifiedDel Norte4American Indian, Foster Students, Homeless Students, Students With Disabilities
Palmdale ElementaryLos Angeles4African American, Foster Students, Homeless Students, Students With Disabilities
Salinas Union HighMonterey4African American, English Learner, Homeless Students, Students With Disabilities
Sacramento City UnifiedSacramento4African American, Foster Students, Homeless Students, Students With Disabilities
Twin Rivers UnifiedSacramento4African American, Foster Students, Homeless Students, Students With Disabilities
Victor Valley Union HighSan Bernardino4English Learner, Foster Students, Multi-racial, Students With Disabilities
Esparto UnifiedYolo4English Learner, Latino, Socioeconomically Disadvantaged, Students With Disabilities
Hayward UnifiedAlameda3Foster Students, Homeless Students, Students With Disabilities
Antioch UnifiedContra Costa3American Indian, Foster Students, Homeless Students
Mt. Diablo UnifiedContra Costa3African American, Foster Students, Homeless Students
Pittsburg UnifiedContra Costa3African American, Homeless Students, Students With Disabilities
Fresno UnifiedFresno3African American, Foster Students, Students With Disabilities
Willows UnifiedGlenn3English Learner, Homeless Students, Students With Disabilities
Lost Hills Union ElementaryKern3English Learner, Latino, Socioeconomically Disadvantaged
Bonita UnifiedLos Angeles3African American, Foster Students, Students With Disabilities
Anaheim Union HighOrange3English Learner, Foster Students, Students With Disabilities
Hemet UnifiedRiverside3African American, Foster Students, Students With Disabilities
Moreno Valley UnifiedRiverside3African American, Foster Students, Students With Disabilities
Perris Union HighRiverside3African American, English Learner, Foster Students
San Juan UnifiedSacramento3African American, Foster Students, Students With Disabilities
Hesperia UnifiedSan Bernardino3African American, Foster Students, Students With Disabilities
East Side Union HighSanta Clara3Foster Students, Homeless Students, Students With Disabilities
Vallejo City UnifiedSolano3Foster Students, Homeless Students, Students With Disabilities
Santa Rosa City SchoolsSonoma3Foster Students, Homeless Students, Students With Disabilities
Red Bluff Joint Union HighTehama3English Learner, Homeless Students, Students With Disabilities
Alpaugh UnifiedTulare3English Learner, Latino, Socioeconomically Disadvantaged

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