This section provides a variety of tools that allow you to explore education data at the local, state and national level.
Explore our map showing the percentage of homeless students as reported by California's more than 10,000 schools.
Nearly 15,000 children living in shelters, motels, cars or "doubled up" with other families
Over a quarter of the state’s nearly 10,500 schools report zero homeless students meaning homeless students in those districts aren't receiving the specialized assistance required by state and federal law.
Now's not the time to expand experimentation with school accountability measures, staff tells CORE Districts.
Use EdSource's interactive budget map to see where new education funds are being allocated in California's 2017-18 budget.
New data provides the percentage of vaccinated kindergarten students by school in the 2016-17 and 2015-16 school years
The numbers vary among ethnic groups, school districts and individual high schools.
The national test results show scores from 4th- and 8th-graders.
Check out our comprehensive database of vaccine data for about 9,000 kindergarten-level public, private and charter schools going back to the 2008-09 school year.
Users can select which data elements they see and export those results to Excel.
The data focuses on student performance in the state's priority areas.
Fourteen interactive charts that explain how economic and social changes over the past fifty years have affected California's investment in education compared to other states.