San Bernardino CountySuperintendent of schools Open Data Portal
The San Bernardino Countywide Education Open Data Portal is a public platform for exploring, visualizing and analyzing data in multiple ways to build awareness and engagement, inform decision making and improve educational outcomes for all students.
California School Dashboard Report 2019
The California School Dashboard website that shows how local educational agencies and schools are performing on the indicators included in California’s school accountability system.
The County Superintendent of Schools (SBCSS) is committed to working with school districts, other agencies, families and the community at large by providing services, information, advocacy and leadership – always with a focus on students. The County Superintendent of Schools provides educational leadership to the school districts in San Bernardino County; advocates locally, statewide and nationally for policies and resources that are in the best interest of students; and serves as a spokesperson for the educational needs of students throughout the county and statewide.
Build partnerships to promote health and wellness and support healthy schools throughout San Bernardino County. As families and schools work together to ensure that kids eat right and have active play at home and school, stakeholders can support school health, and ensure kids have access to healthy food and physical activity in their neighborhoods. Reading and Math proficiency are important indicators to measure student progress.
The Cradle to Career Roadmap was developed for the Countywide Vision, a collective impact model that identifies key milestones in a child's academic, personal, social and career readiness, encouraging partnerships with all sectors of the community to support the goal of meeting the educational needs of all students from cradle to career.
The A-G requirements are a sequence of 15 courses that are required for admission to the California State University (CSU) and University of California systems. The number of grads meeting A-G requirements has increased in 5 of the past 6 years, rising 9.5 percentage points, from 24.3% in 2009-10 to 33.8% in 2014-15.
Students in a 4-year cohort who graduated in four years or less with a high school diploma or have passed the California High School Proficiency Exam (CHSPE).The graduation rate has improved in each of the last five reporting years — increasing a total of 10.3 percentage points from 70.4% in 2009-10 to 80.7% in 2014-15.