On March 15, 2017, a new system called the California School Dashboard went live to show how districts and schools are performing over time on about a dozen state and local school district indicators. The statewide measurements include academic scores for students in English and math, rates for suspensions, graduation, English learner progress and college/career readiness. Local indicators include school climate, parent engagement and implementation of the new state curriculum standards.
A two-minute illustrated video on the California School Dashboard, developed by the Association of California School Administrators, is available at: Video by ASCA - CA School Dashboard.
The Dashboard is the next step in series of major shifts in public education as a result of 2013's Local Control Funding Formula. California has raised the bar for student learning, transformed testing and placed the focus on equity for all students.
Here is the link for San Jacinto Unified's dashboard report: CA School Dashboard - SJUSD.