The FUSD Accountability Policy is to improve student learning by establishing a system of accountability that focuses on the total student experience including learning, teaching, safety, culture, and leadership. Effective accountability is achieved via the shared leadership of students, parents, teachers, staff, and community. Accountability flows in multiple directions: from the district to the school; from principal to teacher; from teacher to student; from school site to parent.
The Dashboard contains reports that show the performance of our district, schools, and student groups on a variety of state and local measures to assist our district leaders in identifying strengths, weaknesses, and areas of improvement.
The California Department of Education’s web-based data reporting system for publicly reporting information about California students, teachers, and schools. DataQuest provides access to a wide variety of reports, including school performance, test results, student enrollment, English learner, graduation and dropout, school staffing, course enrollment, and student misconduct data.
Fresno Unified students take several mandated statewide tests. These tests provide parents/guardians, teachers, and educators with information about how well students are learning and becoming college and career ready. The test results may be used for local, state, and federal accountability purposes. The annual assessment notification letter is provided to parents/guardians to inform them about the required assessments. The letter is provided here in English, Spanish, and Hmong”
District and School Accountability
A partnership of the California Department of Education, EdSource, and the Fiscal Crisis & Management Assistance Team/California School Information Services (FCMAT/CSIS) designed to offer quick access to comprehensive data about K–12 education in California.
Information of how our district and schools performed on the four CAASPP student assessments: 1) Smarter Balanced English language arts/literacy and mathematics (SBAC), 2) California Alternate Assessments for English language arts, mathematics, and science (CAA), 3) California Science Tests (CST), and 4) Standards-based Tests in Spanish