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State Report: Progress of Schools & Student Groups

Progress of Program Improvement (PI) and charter schools from 2009 to 2010 in English-language arts (ELA) and mathematics as required by the State Fiscal Stabilization Fund (SFSF).

SFSF requirements published in the Federal Register External link opens in new window or tab. (PDF) on November 12, 2009, 34 CFR Chapter II, pp 58484 and 58485 require states to report on the progress of PI and charter schools (Indicators (d)(1), (d)(2), (d)(9), and (d)(10)). This is a one-time reporting requirement to determine progress from 2009 to 2010 based on Adequate Yearly Progress results (i.e., Standardized Testing and Reporting in ELA and mathematics for grades two through eight and the California High School Exit Examination for grade ten).

Statewide and Student Group Progress


Progress is defined as meeting or exceeding the average statewide gains in the percent of students scoring proficient or above from 2009 to 2010, as reported in Adequate Yearly Progress, at the school level and for each numerically significant student group at the school. If the average statewide gains is equal to or less than zero, the gains of the school must be greater than zero.

The table below provides the statewide change in the percent proficient on Adequate Yearly Progress from 2009 to 2010 (progress was established using data as of January 13, 2011).

  ELA Mathematics
Statewide 2.0 2.2
American Indian or
Alaskan Native
2.3 2.6
Asian 2.4 1.8
Black or
African American
2.3 1.5
Filipino 2.7 1.8
Hispanic or Latino 2.6 2.8

Native Hawaiian or
Pacific Islander

1.7 1.7
White 1.1 1.6
Two or More Races 0.0 0.4
Socioeconomically Disadvantaged 2.8 2.8
English Learners 2.4 2.8
Students with Disabilities 2.4 3.3

Progress of Schools in Program Improvement (PI)


Includes all PI schools including local and direct-funded charters.

Statewide Data

Number of Schools in California: 9,863
Number of Title I Schools: 6,142
Title I as a Percent of all California Schools: 62.3%
Number of PI Schools: 3,162
PI Schools as a Percent of Title I Schools: 51.5%

PI Schools Making Progress

  ELA Mathematics ELA and
Mathematics
Total Number of Schools 3,162 3,162 3,162
Number of Schools Making Progress 738 926 396
Percent of Schools Making Progress 24.4% 30.6% 13.1%

Note: Excludes 134 schools with less than 11 valid ELA and/or mathematics scores.

Progress of Charter Schools

Statewide Data

Number of Schools in California: 9,863
Number of Charter Schools in California: 805
Percent of Schools that are Charters: 8.2%

Charter Schools Making Progress

  ELA Mathematics ELA and
Mathematics
Total Number of Schools 805 805 805
Number of Schools Making Progress 249 262 153
Percent of Schools Making Progress 36.7% 38.6% 22.6%

Note: Excludes 127 charter schools with less than 11 valid ELA and/or mathematics scores.

Progress of Schools by Local Educational Agency

Provided in Excel format.

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