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Schools Ranked in Deciles 1-3
Certain provisions of the Williams settlement legislation (i.e., funding for emergency facilities repairs and annual county superintendent visits and reviews) apply to schools ranked in deciles 1-3 as determined every three years by the Base Academic Performance Index (API). The most current list, posted below, was determined using the 2012 Base API. If a school did not receive a 2012 Base API, the 2011 Base API was used. California Education Code Section 1240(c)(2)(F) and (J) specifies that county superintendents must monitor decile 1-3 schools for: (1) sufficiency of instructional materials; (2) facilities deficiencies; (3) accuracy of data reported on the School Accountability Record Card (SARC) related to sufficiency of materials and facilities deficiencies; and (4) teacher misassignments and teacher vacancies. The following links will help you identify which schools are monitored annually under the Williams Settlement.
- 2012 List of Decile 1-3 Schools Subject to Williams Monitoring (XLS; Revised 30-May-2013)
Charter schools are exempt from monitoring, yet may elect to opt in by contacting Sandi Ridge in the Charter Schools Division at 916-322-1646 or by e-mail at email@example.com. The charter schools eligible to opt in to Williams monitoring are in the list posted below.
- 2012 List of Decile 1-3 Charter Schools (XLS; Revised 30-May-2013)