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Teacher Assignment Monitoring Outcomes


Videos to support use of the Teacher Assignment Monitoring Outcome (TAMO) data and reports for local educational agencies (LEAs) purposes, including but not limited to investigating educator shortages, retention, and recruitment. These resources are part of the Promoting Equitable Access to Teachers Program.


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Overview: Teacher Assignment Monitoring Outcome External link opens in new window or tab. (Video; 20:49)

This is an overview of the Teacher Assignment Monitoring Outcome (TAMO) data and reports available from the California Department of Education’s Dataquest site. This overview includes background, key terms, uses and limitations of the reports, as well as complementary resources from the department.

Topic 1: Legal Assignments Versus Out-of-Field & Ineffective Teachers External link opens in new window or tab. (Video; 13:33)

This is the first video from the Teacher Assignment Monitoring Outcomes (TAMO) Data and Reports Video Series to support the local educational agencies (LEAs) to understand and analyze their TAMO data. This video explains the difference between legal assignments recognized in the California Statewide Assignment Accountability System (CalSAAS) and those same assignments under Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) definitions.

Topic 2: Full-Time Equivalency Versus Individual Teacher Counts External link opens in new window or tab. (Video; 6:34)

This is the second video from the Teacher Assignment Monitoring Outcomes (TAMO) Data and Reports Video Series to support the local educational agencies (LEAs) to understand and analyze their TAMO data. This video explains that the TAMO reports are based on full-time equivalency and not individual teacher counts.

Topic 3: Incomplete, Not Applicable, and Unknown Data External link opens in new window or tab. (Video; 12:53)

This is the third video from the Teacher Assignment Monitoring Outcomes (TAMO) Data and Reports Video Series to support the local educational agencies (LEAs) to understand and analyze their TAMO data. This video explains why there are Incomplete, Not Applicable, and Unknown Data included in the TAMO reports and how to create better data in the future.

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Last Reviewed: Tuesday, September 6, 2022
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