What is an Accountability
In November of 1988, California
voters passed Proposition 98, the School Funding Initiative.
One of the components of this proposition is the requirement that
school districts annually prepare and distribute School
Accountability Reports for each school.
The main objective of the School
Accountability Report Card is to inform the members of the
community about the educational and environmental conditions of
the school and the progress being made at each local site.
The School Accountability Report
Cards are in .pdf form and can be viewed online using Adobe Acrobat Reader.
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