CALPADS

In 2009-10, the state of California implemented a new statewide data collection, reporting, and analysis framework – the California Longitudinal Pupil Achievement Data System (CALPADS). CALPADS has been designed to collect student demographics, course data, discipline, assessments, discipline, staff assignments, and other data for state and federal reporting.

The No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act of 2001 mandated increased accountability for student achievement. Schools must be able to show adequate yearly progress (AYP) in academic achievement and increases in graduation rates. California has adopted rigorous academic standards and developed assessments to track whether students are achieving the standards set for them. To fully comply with federal accountability requirements, however, California must be able to track individual student enrollment history and achievement date over time.

To enable California to meet the federal requirements, Education Code (EC) sections 49084 and 60900 were enacted in September 2002 to require: (1) the assignment of a Statewide Student Identifier (SSID) as an individual, yet non-personally identifiable number to each K-12 student enrolled in a California public school; and (2) the establishment of the California Longitudinal Pupil Achievement Data System (CALPADS) that includes statewide assessment data, enrollment data, teacher assignment data, and other elements required to meet federal NCLB reporting requirements. In 2006, Senate Bill 1614 was also enacted, establishing the California Longitudinal Teacher Integrated Data Education System (CALTIDES) to facilitate teacher assignment monitoring through automation and enable monitoring of Highly Qualified Teacher requirements under NCLB.

Every student who attends a California public school will be tracked using a unique Statewide Student Identifier (SSID).

To learn more about CALPADS visit the California Department of Education website.

CBEDS

The California Basic Educational Data System(CBEDS) Online Reporting Application (ORA) is used to report the County/District Information Form (CDIF) and School Information Form (SIF) data to the California Department of Education (CDE). The files accessed on this page are the results of the 2010-2011 CBEDS-ORA reporting for Fort Bragg Unified School District.

The CDIF and SIF report the following information:

CDIF (District)

  • Classified Staff Total
  • Estimated Number of Teacher Hires
  • High School Graduation Requirements

SIF (School)

  • Classified Staff Total
  • Education Calendar
  • Educational Options Enrollment Total
  • Computer count
  • Parental Exception Waiver Count
  • Bilingual Paraprofessionals Count