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LCFF State Priorities Snapshot

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General School Information

District NameAlameda Unified
CountyAlameda
Address2060 Challenger Dr
Alameda, CA 94501
Grade SpanK-12
Enrollment9,499
CDS Code01-61119-0000000

2014–15 Enrollment by Race/Ethnicity

SubgroupEnrollmentPercent
All Students9,499100.0%
American Indian or Alaska Native300.3%
Asian2,79729.4%
Black or African American8539.0%
Filipino7327.7%
Hispanic or Latino1,51616.0%
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander890.9%
Two or More Races7718.1%
White2,70528.5%


SubgroupEnrollmentPercent
English Learners1,78318.8%
Foster Youth200.2%
Socioeconomically Disadvantaged2,99731.6%
Students with Disabilities9329.8%

Percent of English Learner (EL) Students Who Made Progress Toward English Proficiency

Level201320142015
District72%75%74%
State57%58%58%

Percent of EL Students Who Were Reclassified

Level201320142015
District19%15%10%
State12%12%11%

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Smarter Balanced Assessments Grades 3-8 Results

YearLevelSubjectSubgroupStandard Not MetStandard Nearly MetStandard MetStandard Exceeded
2015DistrictELAALL STUDENTS17%20%33%30%
2015DistrictELAAmerican Indian or Alaska Native--------
2015DistrictELAAsian12%16%36%35%
2015DistrictELABlack or African American41%25%24%9%
2015DistrictELAEL24%26%34%16%
2015DistrictELAFilipino16%25%34%25%
2015DistrictELAFY--------
2015DistrictELAHispanic or Latino24%30%28%18%
2015DistrictELAHM50%32%14%4%
2015DistrictELANative Hawaiian or Pacific Islander29%31%26%14%
2015DistrictELASED33%28%28%11%
2015DistrictELASWD59%22%13%6%
2015DistrictELATwo or More Races13%20%30%36%
2015DistrictELAWhite12%16%36%36%
2015DistrictMATHALL STUDENTS18%25%27%29%
2015DistrictMATHAmerican Indian or Alaska Native--------
2015DistrictMATHAsian10%21%29%40%
2015DistrictMATHBlack or African American49%29%14%8%
2015DistrictMATHEL23%32%27%19%
2015DistrictMATHFilipino16%33%28%24%
2015DistrictMATHFY--------
2015DistrictMATHHispanic or Latino30%34%23%14%
2015DistrictMATHHM68%25%7%0%
2015DistrictMATHNative Hawaiian or Pacific Islander26%31%24%19%
2015DistrictMATHSED34%31%23%12%
2015DistrictMATHSWD59%22%12%7%
2015DistrictMATHTwo or More Races11%27%29%33%
2015DistrictMATHWhite13%21%30%35%
2015StateELAALL STUDENTS33%25%27%15%
2015StateELAAmerican Indian or Alaska Native44%26%22%8%
2015StateELAAsian13%16%33%38%
2015StateELABlack or African American49%26%19%6%
2015StateELAEL50%27%17%6%
2015StateELAFilipino15%22%38%25%
2015StateELAFY60%24%13%3%
2015StateELAHispanic or Latino42%28%22%7%
2015StateELAHM49%27%19%5%
2015StateELANative Hawaiian or Pacific Islander35%29%26%10%
2015StateELASED43%28%22%7%
2015StateELASWD69%17%10%4%
2015StateELATwo or More Races20%21%32%27%
2015StateELAWhite19%22%34%24%
2015StateMATHALL STUDENTS37%29%19%15%
2015StateMATHAmerican Indian or Alaska Native48%30%15%7%
2015StateMATHAsian12%19%25%44%
2015StateMATHBlack or African American56%28%12%5%
2015StateMATHEL52%29%13%6%
2015StateMATHFilipino18%29%29%24%
2015StateMATHFY65%25%8%2%
2015StateMATHHispanic or Latino47%32%15%6%
2015StateMATHHM53%30%13%4%
2015StateMATHNative Hawaiian or Pacific Islander39%33%18%9%
2015StateMATHSED48%31%15%6%
2015StateMATHSWD71%17%8%5%
2015StateMATHTwo or More Races22%27%26%25%
2015StateMATHWhite22%28%27%23%
"- -" : Data not available or the student group had less than 30 students or less than 15 students designated as homeless or foster youth.

Note: The first administration of the Smarter Balanced Assessments in ELA and mathematics occurred in the spring of 2015. Therefore, only one year of Smarter Balanced data are available.

All grade eleven students who participate in the Smarter Balanced Assessments receive EAP results. For grade eleven, the Smarter Balanced EAP results are contained in the EAP tables. "Ready” on the EAP is equivalent to scoring "Standard Exceeded" on Smarter Balanced. Similarly, "Conditionally Ready" on the EAP is "Standard Met" and "Not Ready" on the EAP is "Standard Nearly Met" or "Standard Not Met" on Smarter Balanced.


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Percent of 4-Year Cohort that Completed "a-g" Requirements

Level201320142015
District42%44%48%
State34%36%38%

Percent of 4-Year Cohort that Completed At Least 1 Career and Technical Education (CTE) Pathway

Level201320142015
District3%2%3%
State15%17%17%

Percent of Students Who Passed an AP Exam with a Score of 3 or Higher

Level201320142015
State67%63%62%
District73%65%69%

Grade 10-12 Enrollment and Percent of Students Who Tool at Least 1 AP Exam

Level201320142015
District892 (35.6%)858 (36.1%)763 (37.1%)
State879,370 (20.5%)906,377 (21.2%)986,808 (23.4%)

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Percent of Students Who Demonstrated College Readiness on the Early Assessment Program (EAP) for English Language Arts (ELA) & Math

LevelYearELA ReadyELA Conditionally ReadyELA Not ReadyMATH ReadyMATH Conditionally ReadyMATH Not Ready
District201533%33%34%21%53%53%
District201440%18%42%18%33%33%
District201336%17%47%17%27%27%
State201522%32%46%11%71%71%
State201425%15%61%11%49%49%
State201323%15%63%15%40%40%

Grade 11 Enrollment and Percent of Students Who Took the EAP ELA

Level201320142015
District621 (78.2%)641 (78.2%)633 (91.1%)
State384,075 (79.8%)329,653 (69.1%)430,339 (93.9%)

Grade 11 Enrollment and Percent of Students Who Took the EAP Math

Level201320142015
State212,771 (44.2%)209,293 (43.9%)427,272 (93.2%)

4-Year Cohort High School Graduation Rate

Level201320142015
District85%86%90%
State80%81%82%

4-Year Cohort High School Dropout Rate

Level201320142015
District14%15%14%
State22%21%18%

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Middle Grade Dropout Number and Rate

Level201320142015
District2 (0.4%)0 (0.0%)0 (0.0%)
State2,870 (0.6%)1,185 (0.3%)1,262 (0.3%)

Number and Percent of Students Suspended

Level201320142015
District469 (4.12%)385 (3.38%)322 (2.81%)
State329,370 (5.07%)279,383 (4.36%)243,603 (3.80%)

Number and Percent of Students Expelled

Level201320142015
District4 (0.04%)0 (0.00%)7 (0.06%)
State8,266 (0.13%)6,611 (0.10%)5,692 (0.09%)

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Percent of 4-Year Cohort that Completed "a-g" Requirements by Student Groups

LevelSubgroup201320142015
DistrictAll Students42%44%48%
DistrictBlack or African American12%19%23%
DistrictAmerican Indian or Alaska Native50%----
DistrictAsian59%61%67%
DistrictFilipino35%32%45%
DistrictHispanic or Latino16%22%27%
DistrictNative Hawaiian or Pacific Islander25%7%25%
DistrictWhite49%49%50%
DistrictTwo or More Races11%25%30%
DistrictEnglish Learners19%28%35%
DistrictSocioeconomically Disadvantaged30%34%33%
DistrictStudents with Disabilities10%2%5%
DistrictFoster Youth------
StateAll Students34%36%38%
StateBlack or African American22%23%26%
StateAmerican Indian or Alaska Native21%21%24%
StateAsian63%66%68%
StateFilipino51%54%57%
StateHispanic or Latino24%27%29%
StateNative Hawaiian or Pacific Islander29%30%30%
StateWhite43%44%45%
StateTwo or More Races41%44%44%
StateEnglish Learners13%15%17%
StateSocioeconomically Disadvantaged24%26%29%
StateStudents with Disabilities8%8%10%
StateFoster Youth----9%
"- -" : Data not available or the student group had less than 30 students or less than 15 students designated as foster youth.

Percent of 4-Year Cohort that Completed at Least 1 CTE Pathway by Student Groups

LevelSubgroup201320142015
DistrictAll Students3%2%3%
DistrictBlack or African American1%3%5%
DistrictAmerican Indian or Alaska Native0%----
DistrictAsian2%1%2%
DistrictFilipino0%2%5%
DistrictHispanic or Latino5%4%3%
DistrictNative Hawaiian or Pacific Islander13%0%25%
DistrictWhite5%4%2%
DistrictTwo or More Races0%0%3%
DistrictEnglish Learners2%2%2%
DistrictSocioeconomically Disadvantaged2%2%3%
DistrictStudents with Disabilities2%2%5%
DistrictFoster Youth------
StateAll Students15%17%17%
StateBlack or African American11%14%14%
StateAmerican Indian or Alaska Native13%15%16%
StateAsian17%18%17%
StateFilipino15%17%17%
StateHispanic or Latino15%17%18%
StateNative Hawaiian or Pacific Islander16%17%16%
StateWhite16%18%18%
StateTwo or More Races14%15%15%
StateEnglish Learners13%16%17%
StateSocioeconomically Disadvantaged15%17%17%
StateStudents with Disabilities13%15%16%
StateFoster Youth----10%
"- -" : Data not available or the student group had less than 30 students or less than 15 students designated as foster youth.

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Percent of Student Groups that Passed the AP Exam with a Score of 3 or Higher
(Percent is based on students that took an AP Exam)

LevelSubgroup201320142015
DistrictAll Students73%65%69%
DistrictBlack or African American40%42%45%
DistrictAmerican Indian or Alaska Native50%--0%
DistrictAsian75%64%66%
DistrictFilipino58%47%50%
DistrictHispanic or Latino74%58%67%
DistrictNative Hawaiian or Pacific Islander0%0%100%
DistrictWhite78%77%81%
DistrictTwo or More Races75%77%71%
DistrictEnglish Learners57%53%45%
DistrictSocioeconomically Disadvantaged66%51%55%
DistrictStudents with Disabilities70%50%--
StateAll Students67%63%62%
StateBlack or African American42%38%36%
StateAmerican Indian or Alaska Native58%56%57%
StateAsian77%75%74%
StateFilipino58%55%55%
StateHispanic or Latino58%53%52%
StateNative Hawaiian or Pacific Islander51%47%44%
StateWhite75%72%71%
StateTwo or More Races72%69%69%
StateEnglish Learners58%61%60%
StateSocioeconomically Disadvantaged56%51%50%
StateStudents with Disabilities55%54%47%
"- -" : Data not available or the student group had less than 30 students.

EAP College Rediness Results for ELA and Mathematics

LevelYearSubgroupELA ReadyELA Conditionally ReadyELA Not ReadyMATH ReadyMATH Conditionally ReadyMATH Not Ready
District2015All Students33%33%34%21%53%53%
District2015Black or African American10%27%63%1%84%84%
District2015American Indian or Alaska Native0%0%0%0%0%0%
District2015Asian43%31%27%37%33%33%
District2015Filipino35%35%29%15%54%54%
District2015Hispanic or Latino19%31%50%6%81%81%
District2015Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander20%30%50%0%73%73%
District2015White38%39%24%16%55%55%
District2015Two or More Races25%42%33%18%46%46%
District2015English Learners8%28%64%8%71%71%
District2015Socioeconomically Disadvantaged19%31%51%14%66%66%
District2015Students with Disabilities6%14%81%0%90%90%
District2015Foster Youth0%0%100%0%100%100%
District2014All Students40%18%42%18%33%33%
District2014Black or African American31%23%46%5%53%53%
District2014American Indian or Alaska Native0%0%0%0%0%0%
District2014Asian45%18%37%25%18%18%
District2014Filipino18%28%55%9%54%54%
District2014Hispanic or Latino25%10%65%7%57%57%
District2014Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander0%40%60%33%67%67%
District2014White53%20%27%19%31%31%
District2014Two or More Races46%7%46%15%35%35%
District2014English Learners1%3%96%14%46%46%
District2014Socioeconomically Disadvantaged28%16%56%12%38%38%
District2014Students with Disabilities7%4%89%22%67%67%
District2014Foster Youth0%0%0%0%0%0%
District2013All Students36%17%47%17%27%27%
District2013Black or African American15%17%68%0%53%53%
District2013American Indian or Alaska Native0%0%100%0%0%0%
District2013Asian36%21%43%24%19%19%
District2013Filipino28%9%63%7%43%43%
District2013Hispanic or Latino28%13%59%8%41%41%
District2013Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander20%0%80%0%75%75%
District2013White55%17%29%17%21%21%
District2013Two or More Races20%20%60%0%0%0%
District2013English Learners3%14%83%14%33%33%
District2013Socioeconomically Disadvantaged23%19%59%19%30%30%
District2013Students with Disabilities8%11%81%0%69%69%
District2013Foster Youth0%0%0%0%0%0%
State2015All Students22%32%46%11%71%71%
State2015Black or African American10%27%63%3%87%87%
State2015American Indian or Alaska Native16%30%54%6%80%80%
State2015Asian47%30%23%39%34%34%
State2015Filipino33%40%27%16%55%55%
State2015Hispanic or Latino13%32%55%4%83%83%
State2015Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander15%32%53%7%80%80%
State2015White32%35%33%16%60%60%
State2015Two or More Races33%35%33%17%59%59%
State2015English Learners2%14%83%3%92%92%
State2015Socioeconomically Disadvantaged13%31%56%5%82%82%
State2015Students with Disabilities3%11%86%1%95%95%
State2015Foster Youth5%17%78%1%95%95%
State2014All Students25%15%61%11%49%49%
State2014Black or African American15%13%72%3%67%67%
State2014American Indian or Alaska Native22%16%63%7%55%55%
State2014Asian48%15%37%31%21%21%
State2014Filipino34%19%47%10%38%38%
State2014Hispanic or Latino15%13%72%4%61%61%
State2014Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander18%13%69%6%58%58%
State2014White37%17%46%13%40%40%
State2014Two or More Races38%17%46%14%39%39%
State2014English Learners1%2%98%5%80%80%
State2014Socioeconomically Disadvantaged15%13%72%6%58%58%
State2014Students with Disabilities4%4%93%4%78%78%
State2014Foster Youth9%9%82%2%71%71%
State2013All Students23%15%63%15%40%40%
State2013Black or African American12%12%76%4%60%60%
State2013American Indian or Alaska Native18%16%67%8%45%45%
State2013Asian44%16%40%36%16%16%
State2013Filipino31%19%50%13%31%31%
State2013Hispanic or Latino13%13%75%6%52%52%
State2013Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander16%15%70%9%47%47%
State2013White34%18%48%17%32%32%
State2013Two or More Races33%18%49%18%32%32%
State2013English Learners1%2%98%6%72%72%
State2013Socioeconomically Disadvantaged13%13%75%8%50%50%
State2013Students with Disabilities4%5%91%6%71%71%
State2013Foster Youth0%0%0%0%0%0%
"- -" : Data not available or the student group had less than 30 students or less than 15 students designated as foster youth.

4-Year Cohort High School Graduation Rate by Student Groups

LevelSubgroup201320142015
DistrictAll Students85%86%90%
DistrictAmerican Indian or Alaska Native100%50%*
DistrictAsian91%89%93%
DistrictBlack or African American73%77%79%
DistrictFilipino91%88%91%
DistrictHispanic or Latino70%76%86%
DistrictNative Hawaiian or Pacific Islander63%86%75%
DistrictNot Reported----*
DistrictTwo or More Races56%88%92%
DistrictWhite89%89%92%
StateAll Students80%81%82%
StateAmerican Indian or Alaska Native73%71%73%
StateAsian92%92%93%
StateBlack or African American68%68%71%
StateFilipino92%92%93%
StateHispanic or Latino76%77%79%
StateNative Hawaiian or Pacific Islander78%80%82%
StateNot Reported46%63%58%
StateTwo or More Races85%86%86%
StateWhite88%88%88%
"- -" : Data not available or the student group had less than 30 students or less than 15 students designated as foster youth.

4-Year Cohort High School Dropout Rate by Student Groups

LevelSubgroup201320142015
DistrictAll Students14%15%14%
DistrictAmerican Indian or Alaska Native0%0%*
DistrictAsian6%6%4%
DistrictBlack or African American17%12%14%
DistrictFilipino7%8%6%
DistrictHispanic or Latino18%15%7%
DistrictNative Hawaiian or Pacific Islander13%7%13%
DistrictNot Reported----*
DistrictTwo or More Races22%13%3%
DistrictWhite3%7%3%
StateAll Students22%21%18%
StateAmerican Indian or Alaska Native17%19%18%
StateAsian5%5%5%
StateBlack or African American20%20%19%
StateFilipino5%4%4%
StateHispanic or Latino14%14%13%
StateNative Hawaiian or Pacific Islander14%12%12%
StateNot Reported34%32%38%
StateTwo or More Races10%8%9%
StateWhite7%8%7%
"- -" : Data not available or the student group had less than 30 students or less than 15 students designated as foster youth.

Middle Grade Dropout Counts by Student Groups

LevelSubgroup201320142015
DistrictAll Students2 (0.4%)0 (0.0%)0 (0.0%)
DistrictAmerican Indian or Alaska Native0 (0.0%)0 (0.0%)0 (0.0%)
DistrictAsian0 (0.0%)0 (0.0%)0 (0.0%)
DistrictBlack or African American1 (2.0%)0 (0.0%)0 (0.0%)
DistrictEnglish Learners0 (0.0%)0 (0.0%)0 (0.0%)
DistrictFilipino1 (2.9%)0 (0.0%)0 (0.0%)
DistrictFoster Youth0 (0.0%)0 (0.0%)--
DistrictHispanic or Latino0 (0.0%)0 (0.0%)0 (0.0%)
DistrictNative Hawaiian or Pacific Islander0 (0.0%)0 (0.0%)0 (0.0%)
DistrictSocioeconomically Disadvantaged2 (1.1%)0 (0.0%)0 (0.0%)
DistrictStudents with Disabilities0 (0.0%)0 (0.0%)0 (0.0%)
DistrictTwo or More Races0 (0.0%)0 (0.0%)0 (0.0%)
DistrictWhite0 (0.0%)0 (0.0%)0 (0.0%)
StateAll Students2,870 (0.6%)1,185 (0.3%)1,262 (0.3%)
StateAmerican Indian or Alaska Native26 (0.8%)28 (0.9%)13 (0.5%)
StateAsian151 (0.4%)47 (0.1%)48 (0.1%)
StateBlack or African American478 (1.5%)176 (0.6%)239 (0.8%)
StateEnglish Learners432 (3.5%)198 (0.3%)232 (0.3%)
StateFilipino47 (0.4%)15 (0.1%)16 (0.1%)
StateFoster Youth0 (0.0%)20 (50.0%)--
StateHispanic or Latino1,211 (0.5%)556 (0.2%)565 (0.2%)
StateNative Hawaiian or Pacific Islander23 (0.9%)15 (0.6%)8 (0.3%)
StateSocioeconomically Disadvantaged1,561 (0.6%)744 (0.3%)0 (0.0%)
StateStudents with Disabilities304 (0.6%)140 (0.3%)177 (0.3%)
StateTwo or More Races72 (0.8%)18 (0.2%)28 (0.3%)
StateWhite808 (0.7%)309 (0.3%)315 (0.3%)
"- -" : Data not available or the student group had less than 30 students or less than 15 students designated as foster youth.

Downloadable Data File

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