Each year, we share important facts about schools with parents, guardians, and the community at large. Early in the fall, we produce Fact Sheets that summarize key facts from the previous school year (the most recent year for which we have complete data). Later in the year, we produce longer reports that provide details about our students, teachers, facilities, financial resources, and educational programs.
The reports provided for each school links to a series of accountability reports about the state of our school for the school year(s) listed below. Under California law, as well as the No Child Left Behind Act, school districts must distribute a report card to show how every school and the district as a whole are performing. This report also must include data on how different groups of students are doing. The school reports tell you how your child’s school is doing compared to last year and to other schools. Hard copies of these reports are available at the school site or district office.
Alameda Unified School District's School Accountability Reports (redirects you to external website)