County superintendents are required to annually collect data and monitor educator assignments for California's lowest performing schools ranked in Deciles 1, 2 and 3 of the base Academic Performance Index (API), excluding charter schools. Additionally, one-quarter of all educator assignments within each county are annually monitored and reported. At the end of a four-year cycle all educator assignments in California are monitored. This data dashboard summary page provides trend data on educator misassignments and additional data collection on classrooms with a significant population of English learner students.

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Trend lines reflect the decline in the number of educator misassignments identified in California's lowest performing schools by decile rank based on the Academic Performance Index (API) for school years 2005-06 through 2012-13.

Accessible Data: Data Definition file

This trend line depicts the consistent decline in the number of classrooms with a significant population of students who are identified as English learners in California's lowest performing schools without access to a teacher appropriately authorized or prepared to provide specialized instruction for school years 2004-05 through 2012-13.

Accessible Data: Raw Data | Data Definition file
This trend line illustrates an increase in the number of initial misassignments identified for all educators in California public schools for report cycles 1992-1995 through 2007-2011. The significant increase between the 1999-2003 and 2007-2011 monitoring cycles are attributed to a more focused monitoring of teachers for students identified for English learner and special education specialized academic instruction.

Accessible Data: Raw Data | Data Definition file

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Updated March 22, 2017