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Academic Performance Reports

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Alameda Unified School District uses a variety of measures to evaluate how well the district is serving the needs of its students. The below report is just a snapshot of the variety of performance measures we use and provides a closer look at the achievements and accomplishments of Alameda students.

AUSD School Accountability Report Cards (SARC's)

California API and Similar School Rankings

Similar School Rankings and School API scores

The API reports include a similar schools rank.   This information shows where a school ranks academically on a scale of 1-10, compared with 100 other schools with similar demographic characteristics.  The similar schools ranks allow schools to look at their academic performance compared to other schools with some of the same opportunities and challenges.

The comparison of similar schools is required by the PSAA, Education Code Section 52056(a), and provides additional information about schools beyond that provided by APIs and statewide ranks.  The PSAA also requires that similar school comparisons be based on specified demographic school characteristics.

Schools API scores are ranked separately within school type: elementary, middle, and high schools. For each of the three categories, schools' API scores are first sorted from lowest to highest statewide and then divided into ten equal groups (or deciles) ranked from lowest (one) to highest (ten). This first process produces the statewide ranks. A second process produces the similar schools ranks.

For more information on API scores click here


Decile Ranks  and  API Scores

 

 2007

 

2008

 

2009

  2010  

2010

 

State

Similar

State

Similar

State

Similar

State

 Similar

API

Bay Farm

10 6

10

4

10

5

10

3

942

Earhart

10

9

10

8

10

9

10

9

948

Edison

10

7

10

5

10

8

10 

7

940

Franklin

10

10

10

9

9

8

6

897

Haight

8

9

7

7

7

6

814

Lum

8

4

8

5

8

5

8

867

Otis

9

7

10

7

9

4

886

Paden

8

6

8

5

8

6

7

5

836

Ruby Bridges

6

8

6

8

6

8

6

 9

816

Washington

7

8

5

6

5

4

794

         

 

       

Lincoln

10

5

10

3

10

5

10 

901

Wood

7

7

6

2

6

3

 3

784

         

 

       

Alameda

9

4

9

4

9

2

820

Encinal

5

6

5

4

6

9

10 

766