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New Statewide Accountability Goes Beyond Test Scores

The California Department of Education has designed a new accountability system that gives a more robust view into the performance of schools. The Dashboard gives a more complete picture of how schools are serving our diverse student population.


Please click here to learn more about the Dashboard.

Posted by: Matthew Jennings, District Admin, Newport Mesa Unified School District Published:3/15/17
Audience: Eastbluff Elementary School, ~Demo: Newport Mesa School, Pomona Elementary School, Newport Coast Elementary, Andersen Elementary School, Harbor View Elementary School, Woodland Elementary School, Estancia High School, Adams Elementary School, Davis Magnet School, Ensign Intermediate School, Back Bay High School, Lincoln Elementary School, Costa Mesa High School, Kaiser Elementary School, Mariners Elementary School, Monte Vista High School, Newport Harbor High School, Rea Elementary School, TeWinkle Middle School, Whittier Elementary School, Early College High School, Killybrooke Elementary School, Corona del Mar Middle School, California Elementary School, Homepage, Newport Elementary School, Victoria Elementary School, Corona del Mar High School, Paularino Elementary School, Sonora Elementary School, Newport Heights Elementary, Homepage, College Park Elementary School, Wilson Elementary School and Costa Mesa Middle School