In addition to the full report, this Executive Summary is a brief factsheet of the most critical pieces featured in the full report.
The third annual Public Education Progress Report was produced by the Oakland Achieves Partnership.
Attending School Every Day is the first deep dive report of the Oakland Achieves partnership. This report from 2013 looks at the progress and needed action to improve attendance in Oakland public schools.
This report, A Closer Look at Attendance of African American Males (AAM) in OUSD, examines data, best practices, and policies related to attendance and chronic absence and offers recommendations for reducing the levels of chronic absence for AAM in OUSD. The report analyzes one year of attendance data (2010-2011) for AAM in OUSD, looking at [...]
Produced for the African American Male Achievement Initiative, this data packet analyzes trends over time for African American male students in Oakland Unified School District in each of the goal areas of the initiative, including attendance, academic achievement, literacy, suspensions, middle school, incarceration, and graduation.
This research and the following spatial analysis reveals high levels of chronic absence in our district (Chronic Absence is defined as missing 10% or more of a school year- 18 days in California). Using 6th grade absence data we are able to accurately predict high school drop-out rates for poor children so this is a [...]