EdSource publishes and reports on data from every aspect of California education, from student health and school closures to gradation rates, test scores, and school finance. Our interactive maps, searchable databases, charts, and reports make this data accessible to the public – as easy as possible to navigate and interpret.
An EdSource analysis found far fewer low-income students have returned for in-person instruction and large variations by region.
An interactive project that tracks California students' back-to-school progress using data from the California Department of Public Health.
Most California community colleges show drops in enrollment from fall 2019 to fall 2020
See how the over $15 billion in new federal aid to California’s K-12 schools will be spent using this interactive database.
The funds are included in Newsom's proposed budget for the coming fiscal year, and will cover the first year of a what is expected to take 5 years to fully build out the system.
California will get about one-eighth of the $54 billion Congress appropriated in coronavirus aid for K-12 schools.
California will receive $6.8 billion in Covid-19 relief funding for K-12 schools. This database shows the distribution of that money.
This map gives a broad indication of the kind of instruction offered by all or most public school districts in a particular county — whether via in-person or distance learning, or a mixture of the two — as of Dec. 16, 2020.
Black students far more likely to face disciplinary measures for missing school, statewide data shows.
High school graduates are putting off going to college as students and families cope with the financial challenges of the pandemic, a new national study shows.
Sort and visually compare dropout rates by demographic data across the CSU system.
View public and private schools in LA County who have approved waivers to open with this interactive map.
See the counties where schools have moved to mostly in-person learning, counties where instruction is mixed, and counties where most students are still learning remotely.
When California voters in 1996 rejected affirmative action, CSU and UC could no longer consider race and ethnicity in admissions, making a huge impact on the public universities.
How Proposition 209 affected freshmen enrollment at UC and CSU in graphs.