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.
This map shows what percentage of each community college’s students transfer for a bachelor's degree within six years. Each dot represents one of the state’s 114 community college campuses.
Fewer districts will require help from county offices, but colors tell a bigger story; disparities among student groups persist.
Search and compare all California public schools, districts, cities and counties for data from the state's school accountability dashboard.
Search broadband internet speeds in your school district with this map of internet subscriptions statewide for 2018.
California’s largest school district published academic growth data, which measure how students improve from year to year.
California’s CORE districts have the option of publishing growth data. Los Angeles will join Fresno, Long Beach and Oakland in doing so.
The district is suspending implementation of the School Performance Framework but plans to use some of its elements.
Readers can access results for California’s Smarter Balanced tests taken by students in the spring in nearly 10,000 school statewide.
Use our interactive graphic to see what school districts are spending compared to how much researchers say it would take to provide adequate funding.
Researchers say the concentrations of black and Hispanic students in high-poverty schools should still be a focus of education reform.
Survey confirms that non-tuition costs in California pose obstacles to students pursuing higher education.
Helping black, Latino and low income students to graduate and succeed in college and beyond requires a new strategy that is getting major funding from the Gates Foundation.
See vaccination and medical exemption rates at your school - and every California school with data.
View EdSource's interactive map showing the chronic absenteeism rates for school districts across California. The highest rates - higher than 10 percent - are clustered in rural areas.
The Learning Policy Institute found that fully prepared teachers mattered more than overall spending and low teacher-student ratios in raising test scores.