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Testing Data

Detailed student score reports based on last Spring's state testing from the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) have been sent. Superintendent Yuster sent a letter discussing the report; another source of information to answer questions is the San Mateo County Office of Education (SMCOE). They released a Q&A document that should help answer additional questions. Cunha continues to implement Common Core best teaching practices in classrooms in order to better prepare students to succeed on, and with, the assessments. This includes continued technology infusion in content-lessons and learning, deeper knowledge in core content, interacting with content differently and through various mediums, and modeling formative and summative assessments after the computer-based experience.

 

For additional information on Cunha's CAASPP data from the Spring 2015, please see the Student Accountability Report Card.

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School Quality Snapshot (click to download): The School Quality Snapshot displays a broad series of data that can be used to help inform parents and policy leaders about the success of each school. This broader view of accountability includes not only state assessment data, but other important types of information demonstrating school performance.

CA STAR Test (click to download): The 2013 Standardized Testing and Reporting (STAR) Program includes four components:

  1. California Standards Tests
  2. California Modified Assessment
  3. California Alternate Performance Assessment
  4. Standards-based Tests in Spanish

Academic Performance Index (API): the cornerstone of California's Public Schools Accountability Act of 1999; measures the academic performance and growth of schools on a variety of academic measures.


3 - Year Average API School Report

Groups Number of Students
Included
in 2011
Growth API
2011
Growth
API
Number of Students
Included
in 2012
Growth API
2012
Growth
API
Number of Students
Included
in 2013
Growth API
2013
Growth
API
Non-Weighted
3-Year
Average
API*
Weighted
3-Year
Average
API*
Schoolwide 758 808 755 815 706 810 811 811
Black or African American 6   4   2      
American Indian or Alaska Native 3   3   1      
Asian 15 965 14 940 11 975 960 959
Filipino 20 876 17 874 10      
Hispanic or Latino 345 695 339 702 331 699 699 699
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 2   1   0      
White 350 907 365 914 339 904 908 908
Two or More Races 4   10   12 991    
Socioeconomically Disadvantaged 324 702 317 705 304 696 701 701
English Learners 265 641 270 647 269 668 652 652
Students with Disabilities 59 521 75 539 67 536 532 533

Blank cell – This indicates that the school or student group did not have a valid 2011, 2012, and/or 2013 Growth API. Therefore, a 3-Year average could not be calculated.