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Student Readiness and Wellness Related Data Briefs and Reports

Universal Pre-Kindergarden

An assessment of young children in San Bernardino County who participate in Head Start or State Preschool programs revealed that only 67% of children ages 3 to 5 were “school ready” in terms of language and literacy development in 2015.

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Reading Proficiency

Only 37% of third graders in the county met or exceeded standards on the 2016 California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress test for English Language Arts, compared with 43% statewide.

Data Briefs: 

3rd Grade Reading
5th Grade Reading
 8th Grade Reading

Math Proficiency

Results from the 2015-2016 school year, reflect that 28% of all San Bernardino County students met standards on the 2016 California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress test for math compared with 37% statewide. 

Data Briefs:

5th Grade Math
8th Grade Math

Task Force for African American Student Achievement Report

After several months of research and study, the Task Force for Study Model for African American Student Achievement has been completed with recommendations on identifying effective school practices to improve student achievement.

Executive Summary


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.

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Cradle to Career RoadmapThe 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. 

Explore the Cradle to Career Roadmap