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As students strive to learn and their parents and teachers work to help them succeed, school administrators make sure that they all have the materials, facilities, and resources that they need. This page helps administrators find what they need.

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Torlakson meets with administrators and community members at the Public Safety Academy in Fairfield.

A Message to California School and District Administrators

Principals and superintendents are responsible for the “big picture” of their schools and districts. This might include anything from budget management to staff training and working directly with students and parents. It’s critical work that is full of opportunities to help students and families in California succeed. I hope the information gathered in these pages helps you stay up to date, maximize your resources, and connect with colleagues. —Tom Torlakson, State Superintendent of Public Instruction

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Last Reviewed: Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Recently Posted for Administrators

  • Charter School Data Reporting Options Letter (added 25-May-2018)
    This annual letter provides information about charter school data reporting options for student and teacher data in two state-level reporting systems: the California Longitudinal Pupil Achievement Data System (CALPADS) and the California Basic Educat
  • CA Dyslexia Guidelines Rollout FY2017/18 (added 21-May-2018)
    Funding information for the California Dyslexia Guidelines Rollout grant for fiscal year 2017/18.
  • RFA: Consolidated Application (ConApp) (added 15-May-2018)
    Consolidated Application 2018-19 Request for Application
  • Title III EL and Immigrant Eligibility Letter (added 11-May-2018)
    The 2018-19 Title III English Learner and Immigrant Student Program Subgrant Administration and Eligibility letter.
  • CALPADS Update FLASH #136 (added 11-May-2018)
    Topics include: End-of-Year (EOY) submission; new 4-year Adjusted Cohort Graduation Rate (ACGR) process; 1-year graduate counts versus 4-year ACGR; new ACGR timeline.