Students in grades 3-8 participate in the CAASPP testing anually.
    The state evaluates the data and school progress in several ways.  One way, is using the California School Dashboard and state and local indicators.  You can find information on these: California School Dashboard
    There are ten priorities the state looks at:
    Priority 1    Basic Conditions of Learning
    Priority 2    State Standards 
    Priority 3    Parental Involvement
    Priority 4    Pupil Achievement
    Priority 5    Pupil Engagement
    Priority 6    School Climate
    Priority 7    Course Access
    Priority 8    Other Pupil Outcomes
    Priority 9    Expelled Pupils (For county offices ONLY)
    Priority 10  Foster Youth (For county offices ONLY)