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11 Statewide Comparison Counties2006-2007 High School Graduation Rate                                                     ...
11 Statewide Comparison Counties    2006-2011 High School Graduation Rate                           2006-07           2007...
Number of Riverside County           comprehensive high schools with              graduation rates between:               ...
11 Statewide Comparison Counties         2006-07 High School Dropout Rate                                                 ...
11 Statewide Comparison Counties             2006-11 High School Dropout Rate                          2006-07            ...
TEAM 569    Vinayak Pillai, Jordan Niell, Erik Ruiz, Kevin Cruz, Harrison Chea, Matthew DeNava, Grady Quinn, Roger Scherer...
11 Statewide Comparison Counties             2011-12 CTE and ROP Career Readiness                              Total Stude...
11 Statewide Comparison Counties  Adult Education Levels: High School Diploma                                             ...
11 Statewide Comparison Counties   Adult Education Levels: Postsecondary Degrees         County                 Adults wit...
11 Statewide Comparison Counties                       College Enrollment                              (Public and Private...
Education and Earnings                                2010 Federal Census                                        Average A...
11 Statewide Comparison Counties                              EAP ELA – College Ready                                     ...
CST English-language Arts Results  (percent proficient and above)                                    43
2012 ELA           Data from sample Riverside County school district                                                      ...
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11 County CST Advanced & EAP Alignment - ELA                              2012 EAP ELA                                    ...
11 County CST Advanced & EAP Alignment - Math                                    EAP                         Grade 11 Grad...
Number of Schools/Percentage Students      CST ELA Advanced = EAP College Ready  ElementaryGrades 2nd79-70% =   169-60% = ...
Number of Schools/Percentage Students      CST ELA Advanced = EAP College Ready  ElementaryGrades 2nd         5th79-70% = ...
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Walk to LeadIMPACTING SCHOOL LEADERSHIP    IN RIVERSIDE COUNTY
Number of Schools/Percentage Students   CST Math Advanced = EAP College Ready   Elementary                 Middle         ...
Number of Schools/Percentage Students      CST Math Advanced = EAP College Ready      Elementary                 Middle   ...
11 Statewide Comparison Counties                           College Enrollment                                  (Public and...
11 Statewide Comparison Counties                           College Enrollment                                  (Public and...
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Riverside County Superintendent of Schools Kenneth M. Young delivered the 2013 Riverside County State of Education address Thursday, March 21, 2013, to nearly 400 education, business and community leaders at the Palm Springs Convention Center.

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  1. 1. 2011-12 Riverside County Student Demographic Comparison Data % Total % % % % % % African Enrollment Asian Hispanic White NSLP EL SWD AmericanRiverside Co 425,651 6.7% 2.8% 60% 24.9% 60% 20.7% 10.2%Data Source: California Department of Education, DataQuest (2011-2012).
  2. 2. 2011-12 Riverside County Student Demographic Comparison Data Total % African % % % % % % Asian Hispanic White NSLP EL SWD Enrollment American Murrieta Corona- Moreno Corona- Perris District Valley Norco Coachella Temecula Elementary Coachella Hemet Norco Highest 53,467 18% 8% 97% 47% 92% 56% 14%Riverside Co 425,651 6.7% 2.8% 60% 24.9% 60% 20.7% 10.2% Lowest 20 0% 0% 31% 2% 19% 3% 6% District Desert Coachella Coachella Temecula Coachella Temecula Murrieta Nuview Center NuviewData Source: California Department of Education, DataQuest (2011-2012).
  3. 3. 2011-12 Riverside CountyStudent Demographic Comparison Data % Total % % % % % % Enrollment African Asian Hispanic White NSLP EL SWD American Murrieta Corona- Moreno Corona- Perris District Norco Norco Coachella Temecula Elementary Coachella Hemet Valley Highest 53,467 18% 8% 97% 47% 92% 56% 14%Riverside Co 425,651 6.7% 2.8% 60% 24.9% 60% 20.7% 10.2% Lowest 20 0% 0% 31% 2% 19% 3% 6% Desert District Center Coachella Coachella Temecula Coachella Temecula Murrieta Nuview NuviewData Source: California Department of Education, DataQuest (2011-2012).
  4. 4. 2011-12 Riverside County Student Demographic Comparison Data Total % African % % % % % % Enrollment Hispanic White NSLP EL SWD American Asian Murrieta Corona- Moreno Corona- Perris District Norco Valley Coachella Temecula Elementary Coachella Hemet Norco Highest 53,467 18% 8% 97% 47% 92% 56% 14%Riverside Co 425,651 6.7% 2.8% 60% 24.9% 60% 20.7% 10.2% Lowest 20 0% 0% 31% 2% 19% 3% 6% Desert District Center Coachella Coachella Temecula Coachella Temecula Murrieta Nuview NuviewData Source: California Department of Education, DataQuest (2011-2012).
  5. 5. 2011-12 Riverside County Student Demographic Comparison Data Total % African % % % % % % Enrollment Asian White NSLP EL SWD American Hispanic Murrieta Corona- Moreno Corona- Perris District Norco Valley Norco Coachella Temecula Elementary Coachella Hemet Highest 53,467 18% 8% 97% 47% 92% 56% 14%Riverside Co 425,651 6.7% 2.8% 60% 24.9% 60% 20.7% 10.2% Lowest 20 0% 0% 31% 2% 19% 3% 6% Desert District Center Coachella Coachella Temecula Coachella Temecula Murrieta Nuview NuviewData Source: California Department of Education, DataQuest (2011-2012).
  6. 6. 2011-12 Riverside County Student Demographic Comparison Data Total % African % % % % % % Enrollment Asian Hispanic NSLP EL SWD American White Murrieta Corona- Moreno Corona- Perris District Norco Valley Norco Coachella Temecula Elementary Coachella Hemet Highest 53,467 18% 8% 97% 47% 92% 56% 14%Riverside Co 425,651 6.7% 2.8% 60% 24.9% 60% 20.7% 10.2% Lowest 20 0% 0% 31% 2% 19% 3% 6% Desert District Center Coachella Coachella Temecula Coachella Temecula Murrieta Nuview NuviewData Source: California Department of Education, DataQuest (2011-2012).
  7. 7. 2011-12 Riverside County Student Demographic Comparison Data Total % African % % % % % % Enrollment Asian Hispanic White EL SWD American NSLP Murrieta Corona- Moreno Corona- Perris District Norco Valley Norco Coachella Temecula Coachella Hemet Elementary Highest 53,467 18% 8% 97% 47% 92% 56% 14%Riverside Co 425,651 6.7% 2.8% 60% 24.9% 60% 20.7% 10.2% Lowest 20 0% 0% 31% 2% 19% 3% 6% Desert District Center Coachella Coachella Temecula Coachella Temecula Murrieta Nuview NuviewData Source: California Department of Education, DataQuest (2011-2012).
  8. 8. 2011-12 Riverside County Student Demographic Comparison Data Total % African % % % % % % Enrollment American Asian Hispanic White NSLP EL SWD Murrieta Corona- Moreno Corona- Perris District Norco Valley Norco Coachella Temecula Elementary Coachella Hemet Highest 53,467 18% 8% 97% 47% 92% 56% 14%Riverside Co 425,651 6.7% 2.8% 60% 24.9% 60% 20.7% 10.2% Lowest 20 0% 0% 31% 2% 19% 3% 6% District Desert Center Coachella Coachella Temecula 166,000 students come from Coachella Temecula Murrieta Nuview Nuview homes where English is not the primary language spokenData Source: California Department of Education, DataQuest (2011-2012).
  9. 9. 2011-12 Riverside County Student Demographic Comparison Data Total % African % % % % % % Enrollment Asian Hispanic White NSLP EL American SE Murrieta Corona- Moreno Corona- Perris District Norco Valley Norco Coachella Temecula Elementary Coachella Hemet Highest 53,467 18% 8% 97% 47% 92% 56% 14%Riverside Co 425,651 6.7% 2.8% 60% 24.9% 60% 20.7% 10.2% Lowest 20 0% 0% 31% 2% 19% 3% 6% Desert District Center Coachella Coachella Temecula Coachella Temecula Murrieta Nuview NuviewData Source: California Department of Education, DataQuest (2011-2012).
  10. 10. Annual Total High County Student School Enrollment Cohort Los Angeles 1,589,390 125,098 Orange 502,895 43,114 San Diego 497,916 40,040 Riverside 425,019 33,415 San Bernardino 417,202 33,339 Santa Clara 266,256 20,301 Sacramento 237,567 19,106 Alameda 216,194 14,823 Fresno 193,671 14,562 Kern 173,733 13,468 Contra Costa 168,228 11,213 11 Statewide Comparison Counties0-11 High School Graduation Cohort Data
  11. 11. 11 Statewide Comparison Counties2006-2007 High School Graduation Rate 2006-07 2006-07 County Rate Rank Orange 91.4% 1 Contra Costa 85.7% 2 Alameda 84.5% 3 Alameda 84.5% 4 San Diego 82.4% 5 Statewide 80.6% Riverside 80.5% 6 Sacramento 80.4% 7 Fresno 78.8% 8 Los Angeles 76.3% 9 San Bernardino 74.5% 10 Kern 73.5% 11Data Source: California Department of Education, DataQuest (2006-2011).
  12. 12. 11 Statewide Comparison Counties 2006-2011 High School Graduation Rate 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2010-11 County Rate Rate Rate Rate Rate Rank Orange 91.4% 89.9% 87.9% 82.6% 85.6% 1 Contra Costa 85.7% 84.1% 83.8% 79.9% 83.1% 2 Santa Clara 82.6% 81.9% 81.5% 80.5% 80.0% 3 Riverside 80.5% 80.5% 80.0% 77.7% 79.9% 4 Alameda 84.5% 82.8% 79.1% 75.8% 78.0% 5 San Diego 82.4% 81.6% 79.4% 74.9% 77.5% 6 Statewide 80.6% 80.2% 78.6% 74.7% 76.7% Kern 73.5% 73.5% 72.9% 74.0% 75.3% 7 Sacramento 80.4% 78.8% 77.9% 72.3% 74.3% 8 San Bernardino 74.5% 74.3% 73.0% 70.4% 74.3% 8 Fresno 78.8% 76.4% 75.1% 69.1% 74.1% 10 Los Angeles 76.3% 77.8% 75.7% 70.5% 72.4% 11Data Source: California Department of Education, DataQuest (2006-2011).
  13. 13. Number of Riverside County comprehensive high schools with graduation rates between: 95.1% - 98.8% = 7 90.0% - 95.0% = 18 80.0% - 89.9% = 19 70.0% - 79.9% = 5 68.4% - 69.9% = 2Data Source: California Department of Education, DataQuest (2010-2011)
  14. 14. 11 Statewide Comparison Counties 2006-07 High School Dropout Rate 2006-07 2006-07 County Rate Rank Orange 10.0% 1 Santa Clara 15.7% 2 Alameda 17.1% 3 Contra Costa 19.2% 4 San Diego 20.3% 5 Riverside 20.4% 6 Statewide 21.1% Sacramento 23.5% 7 Los Angeles 24.2% 8 Kern 25.2% 19 Fresno 25.5% 10 San Bernardino 26.3% 11Data Source: California Department of Education, DataQuest (2006-2011).
  15. 15. 11 Statewide Comparison Counties 2006-11 High School Dropout Rate 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2010-11 County Rate Rate Rate Rate Rate Rank Orange 10.0% 10.9% 14.3% 12.3% 9.5% 1 Contra Costa 19.2% 16.0% 15.9% 13.8% 10.6% 2 San Diego 20.3% 17.1% 20.2% 13.1% 11.0% 3 Riverside 20.4% 17.3% 21.9% 15.1% 13.5% 4 Santa Clara 15.7% 14.4% 16.1% 13.9% 14.2% 5 Statewide 21.1% 18.9% 21.5% 16.6% 14.7% Alameda 17.1% 16.7% 26.7% 17.1% 15.1% 6 San Bernardino 26.3% 22.5% 21.6% 19.1% 15.7% 7 Sacramento 23.5% 21.4% 23.3% 18.2% 16.0% 8 Los Angeles 24.2% 21.0% 24.3% 18.9% 16.5% 9 Kern 25.2% 26.9% 25.9% 17.9% 16.6% 10 Fresno 25.5% 24.0% 23.7% 21.5% 17.3% 11Data Source: California Department of Education, DataQuest (2006-2011).
  16. 16. TEAM 569 Vinayak Pillai, Jordan Niell, Erik Ruiz, Kevin Cruz, Harrison Chea, Matthew DeNava, Grady Quinn, Roger Scherer, Jordan Petersen and Vishakh Pillai, DevinCatron, Devin Bailey, Jenna Patton, Peter Cerbu, Ryan Berger, Dylan DaPra, Bryce Longacre and Noah Ekstrom
  17. 17. 11 Statewide Comparison Counties 2011-12 CTE and ROP Career Readiness Total Student Total CTE/ROP CTE/ROP 50% CTE/ROP CTE & ROP County Enrollment Enrollment Enrolled Completion Completion Grades 9-12 Grades 9-12 Rate Rate Rate San Bernardino 133,820 71,861 53.7% 34.8% 24.4% San Diego 161,207 101,238 62.8% 33.0% 18.9% Contra Costa 52,978 26,966 50.9% 31.3% 18.4% Orange 166,736 74,698 44.8% 25.1% 16.8% Riverside 135,590 72,812 53.7% 27.3% 14.7% Los Angeles 517,304 242,098 46.8% 25.1% 13.2% State 1,979,678 938,367 47.4% 24.5% 12.9% Kern 53,830 19,809 36.8% 13.7% 8.8% Alameda 66,996 18,156 27.1% 12.4% 5.6% Santa Clara 79,555 29,833 37.5% 14.3% 4.4% Fresno 58,968 18,575 31.5% 14.0% 3.4% Sacramento 73,870 28,735 38.9% 10.2% 3.4%Data Source: California Department of Education, Perkins Data (2011-2012).
  18. 18. 11 Statewide Comparison Counties Adult Education Levels: High School Diploma Adults with Statewide County High School Diploma Rank Contra Costa 88.2% 1 Santa Clara 85.7% 2 San Diego 85.4% 3 Alameda 85.2% 4 Sacramento 85.1% 5 21% do not have a high Orange 83.2% school diploma6 Riverside 79.3% 7 San Bernardino 77.9% 8 Los Angeles 75.9% 10 Kern 73.4% 9 Fresno 71.9% 11Data Source: 2010 United States Census
  19. 19. 11 Statewide Comparison Counties Adult Education Levels: Postsecondary Degrees County Adults with Rank Adults with Rank Adults with Rank Bachelors Degrees Graduate Degrees All Degrees Santa Clara 44.0% 1 19.1% 1 63.1% 1 Alameda 40.2% 2 16.0% 2 56.2% 2 Contra Costa 37.6% 3 13.1% 3 50.7% 3 San Diego 34.6% 5 12.6% 4 47.2% 4 73% do not have a college degree Orange 34.8% 4 12.2% 5 47.0% 5 Los Angeles 28.7% 6 9.7% 6 38.4% 6 Sacramento 27.4% 7 8.5% 7 35.9% 7 Riverside 19.7% 9 7.1% 8 26.8% 8 Fresno 19.8% 8 6.8% 9 26.6% 9 San Bernardino 18.6% 10 6.1% 10 24.7% 10 Kern 18.5% 11 6.0% 11 24.5% 11Data Source: 2010 United States Census
  20. 20. 11 Statewide Comparison Counties College Enrollment (Public and Private, In-State and Out-of-State) Total Counties College Rate RankContra Costa 77.7% 1Sacramento 75.5% 2Santa Clara 74.8% 3Orange 74.5% 4Alameda 70.9% 5San Diego 68.9% 6Los Angeles 67.6% 7San Bernardino 64.7% 8Fresno 62.3% 9Riverside 56.8% 10Kern 32.1% 11Data Source: California Department of Education, DataQuest (2008-2009).
  21. 21. Education and Earnings 2010 Federal Census Average Adult Incremental Increase Over LifetimeEducation Level Annual Income Increase HS Graduate IncreaseHigh School Diploma/GED $31,283 $10,260AA Degree/Certification $39,509 $ 8,226 $ 8,226 $386,622Bachelor’s Degree $58,613 $19,104 $27,330 $1,229,850Master’s Degree $70,856 $12,243 $39,573 $1,741,212Doctorate/Professional Deg $99,697 $28,841 $68,414 $2,804,974(Ph.D. / JD / DDS / MD / Ed.D.)Data Source: US Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics,California Labor and Workforce Development Agency
  22. 22. 11 Statewide Comparison Counties EAP ELA – College Ready ELA College Ready Rate 2012 County Participation Rank Rate 2010 2011 2012 Contra Costa 88% 26% 30% 32% 1 Santa Clara 92% 29% 32% 32% 1 Orange 89% 27% 29% 30% 3 Alameda 91% 27% 29% 29% 4 San Diego 82% 24% 26% 26% 5 Statewide 87% 21% 23% 23% Sacramento 84% 20% 22% 23% 6 Los Angeles 87% 17% 20% 20% 7 Riverside 91% 17% 19% 19% 8 San Bernardino 91% 15% 16% 17% 9 Fresno 90% 16% 17% 16% 10 Kern 82% 15% 16% 16% 10Data Source: California State University, Early Assessment Program for College Readiness Results (2010-2012).
  23. 23. CST English-language Arts Results (percent proficient and above) 43
  24. 24. 2012 ELA Data from sample Riverside County school district CST Proficient andDistrict Grade Enrollment NSLP DI Above AA HI EL WH Rate USD 19,741 4% 77% 12 71% 44% 10% 2 1,541 51% 5 1,653 54% 8 1,536 54% 11 1,060 42% 42% of 11th grade CST participants scored Proficient or Above in ELA
  25. 25. 2012 ELA EAP CST Proficient ParticipationDistrict Grade Enrollment AA HI EL DI Rate College and Above WH NSLP Ready Rate Rate USD 19,741 4% 77% 12% 71% 44% 10% 2 1,541 51% 5 1,653 54% 8 1,536 54% 11 1,060 99% 16% 42% 16% of participants scored College Ready on the EAP in ELA
  26. 26. 2012 ELA EAP CST College Participation Advanced ProficientDistrict Grade Enrollment AA HI EL DI Ready WH NSLP Rate Rate Rate Rate USD 19,741 4% 77% 12% 71% 44% 10% 2 1,541 20% 31% 5 1,653 20% 34% 8 1,536 25% 29% 11 1,060 99% 16% 16% 26% 16% of participants scored Advanced on the CSTs in ELA
  27. 27. 11 County CST Advanced & EAP Alignment - ELA 2012 EAP ELA Grade 11 CST Grade 11 CST 2012 EAP ELA # of County ELA Proficient ELA Advanced College Rank Graduates Participation Rate Rate Ready Rate Rate Santa Clara 16,682 92% 24% 32% 32% 1 Contra Costa 11,302 88% 25% 28% 32% 1 Orange 37,371 89% 28% 29% 30% 3 Alameda 14,014 91% 24% 27% 29% 4 San Diego 34,142 82% 27% 25% 26% 5 Statewide 410,476 87% 26% 22% 23% Sacramento 15,790 84% 25% 21% 23% 6 Los Angeles 102,037 87% 26% 20% 20% 7 Riverside 27,560 91% 27% 19% 19% 8 San Bernardino 27,350 91% 25% 17% 17% 9 Fresno 11,644 90% 24% 16% 16% 10 Kern 11,003 82% 24% 15% 16% 10
  28. 28. 11 County CST Advanced & EAP Alignment - Math EAP Grade 11 Grade 11 EAP 2012 EAP EAP MATH MATH CST CST MATH # of MATH Participation County MATH MATH College Rank Graduates Eligible Rate of Total Participation Proficient Advanced Ready Rate 11th Graders Rate Rate Rate Rate Santa Clara 16,682 67% 82% 55% 26% 20% 27% 1 Alameda 14,014 68% 82% 56% 21% 14% 22% 2 Orange 37,371 62% 85% 53% 30% 16% 22% 2 Contra Costa 11,302 60% 85% 51% 24% 12% 19% 4 Statewide 410,476 56% 83% 46% 23% 10% 15% Sacramento 15,790 51% 80% 41% 24% 8% 15% 5 Los Angeles 102,037 60% 80% 48% 20% 9% 14% 6 San Diego 34,142 61% 79% 48% 24% 9% 14% 6 Kern 11,003 45% 86% 38% 20% 6% 10% 8San Bernardino 27,350 48% 89% 43% 21% 6% 10% 8 Fresno 11,644 54% 91% 49% 19% 6% 9% 10 Riverside 27,560 50% 89% 44% 22% 6% 9% 10
  29. 29. Number of Schools/Percentage Students CST ELA Advanced = EAP College Ready ElementaryGrades 2nd79-70% = 169-60% = 359-50% = 1349-40% = 2539-30% = 5129-20% = 7019-10% = 89 9 - 0% = 27
  30. 30. Number of Schools/Percentage Students CST ELA Advanced = EAP College Ready ElementaryGrades 2nd 5th79-70% = 1 79-70% = 069-60% = 3 69-60% = 659-50% = 13 59-50% = 1049-40% = 25 49-40% = 3239-30% = 51 39-30% = 5229-20% = 70 29-20% = 7919-10% = 89 19-10% = 81 9 - 0% = 27 9 - 0% = 16
  31. 31. Number of Schools/Percentage Students CST ELA Advanced = EAP College Ready Elementary MiddleGrades 2nd 5th 8th79-70% = 1 79-70% = 0 79-70% = 069-60% = 3 69-60% = 6 69-60% = 259-50% = 13 59-50% = 10 59-50% = 349-40% = 25 49-40% = 32 49-40% = 1339-30% = 51 39-30% = 52 39-30% = 1829-20% = 70 29-20% = 79 29-20% = 2519-10% = 89 19-10% = 81 19-10% = 17 9 - 0% = 27 9 - 0% = 16 9 - 0% = 0
  32. 32. Number of Schools/Percentage Students CST ELA Advanced = EAP College Ready Elementary Middle HighGrades 2nd 5th 8th 11th79-70% = 1 79-70% = 0 79-70% = 0 79-70% = 069-60% = 3 69-60% = 6 69-60% = 2 69-60% = 059-50% = 13 59-50% = 10 59-50% = 3 59-50% = 049-40% = 25 49-40% = 32 49-40% = 13 49-40% = 039-30% = 51 39-30% = 52 39-30% = 18 39-30% = 1029-20% = 70 29-20% = 79 29-20% = 25 29-20% = 1219-10% = 89 19-10% = 81 19-10% = 17 19-10% = 26 9 - 0% = 27 9 - 0% = 16 9 - 0% = 0 9 - 0% = 5
  33. 33. Number of Schools/Percentage Students CST ELA Advanced = EAP College Ready Elementary Middle High EAPGrades 2nd 5th 8th 11th 11th79-70% = 1 79-70% = 0 79-70% = 0 79-70% = 0 79-70% = 069-60% = 3 69-60% = 6 69-60% = 2 69-60% = 0 69-60% = 059-50% = 13 59-50% = 10 59-50% = 3 59-50% = 0 59-50% = 049-40% = 25 49-40% = 32 49-40% = 13 49-40% = 0 49-40% = 139-30% = 51 39-30% = 52 39-30% = 18 39-30% = 10 39-30% = 829-20% = 70 29-20% = 79 29-20% = 25 29-20% = 12 29-20% = 1419-10% = 89 19-10% = 81 19-10% = 17 19-10% = 26 19-10% = 24 9 - 0% = 27 9 - 0% = 16 9 - 0% = 0 9 - 0% = 5 9 - 0% = 6
  34. 34. Number of Schools/Percentage Students CST Math Advanced = EAP College Ready Elementary Middle High EAPGrades 2nd 5th 8th 11th 11th79-70% = 2 79-70% = 3 79-70% = 0 79-70% = 0 79-70% = 069-60% = 7 69-60% = 4 69-60% = 0 69-60% = 0 69-60% = 059-50% = 26 59-50% = 20 59-50% = 0 59-50% = 0 59-50% = 049-40% = 44 49-40% = 39 49-40% = 0 49-40% = 0 49-40% = 039-30% = 64 39-30% = 58 39-30% = 1 39-30% = 0 39-30% = 029-20% = 79 29-20% = 86 29-20% = 9 29-20% = 0 29-20% = 119-10% = 44 19-10% = 56 19-10% = 37 19-10% = 2 19-10% = 19 9 - 0% = 12 9 - 0% = 10 9 - 0% = 31 9 - 0% = 51 9- 0% = 33
  35. 35. Number of Schools/Percentage Students CST ELA Advanced = EAP College Ready Elementary Middle High EAPGrades 2nd 5th 8th 11th 11th79-70% = 1 79-70% = 0 79-70% = 0 79-70% = 0 79-70% = 069-60% = 3 69-60% = 6 69-60% = 2 69-60% = 0 69-60% = 059-50% = 13 59-50% = 10 59-50% = 3 59-50% = 0 59-50% = 049-40% = 25 49-40% = 32 49-40% = 13 49-40% = 0 49-40% = 139-30% = 51 39-30% = 52 39-30% = 18 39-30% = 10 39-30% = 829-20% = 70 29-20% = 79 29-20% = 25 29-20% = 12 29-20% = 1419-10% = 89 19-10% = 81 19-10% = 17 19-10% = 26 19-10% = 24 9 - 0% = 27 9 - 0% = 16 9 - 0% = 0 9 - 0% = 5 9 - 0% = 6
  36. 36. Number of Schools/Percentage Students CST Math Advanced = EAP College Ready Elementary Middle High EAPGrades 2nd 5th 8th 11th 11th79-70% = 2 79-70% = 3 79-70% = 0 79-70% = 0 79-70% = 069-60% = 7 69-60% = 4 69-60% = 0 69-60% = 0 69-60% = 059-50% = 26 59-50% = 20 59-50% = 0 59-50% = 0 59-50% = 049-40% = 44 49-40% = 39 49-40% = 0 49-40% = 0 49-40% = 039-30% = 64 39-30% = 58 39-30% = 1 39-30% = 0 39-30% = 029-20% = 79 29-20% = 86 29-20% = 9 29-20% = 0 29-20% = 119-10% = 44 19-10% = 56 19-10% = 37 19-10% = 2 19-10% = 19 9 - 0% = 12 9 - 0% = 10 9 - 0% = 31 9 - 0% = 51 9- 0% = 33
  37. 37. Walk to LeadIMPACTING SCHOOL LEADERSHIP IN RIVERSIDE COUNTY
  38. 38. Number of Schools/Percentage Students CST Math Advanced = EAP College Ready Elementary Middle High EAPGrades 2nd 5th 8th 11th 11th79-70% = 2 79-70% = 3 79-70% = 0 79-70% = 0 79-70% = 069-60% = 7 69-60% = 4 69-60% = 0 69-60% = 0 69-60% = 059-50% = 26 59-50% = 20 59-50% = 0 59-50% = 0 59-50% = 049-40% = 44 49-40% = 42 49-40% = 0 49-40% = 0 49-40% = 039-30% = 64 39-30% = 58 39-30% = 1 39-30% = 0 39-30% = 029-20% = 79 29-20% = 86 29-20% = 9 29-20% = 0 29-20% = 119-10% = 44 19-10% = 56 19-10% = 37 19-10% = 2 19-10% = 19 9 - 0% = 12 9 - 0% = 10 9 - 0% = 31 9 - 0% = 51 9- 0% = 33
  39. 39. Number of Schools/Percentage Students CST Math Advanced = EAP College Ready Elementary Middle High EAPGrades 2nd 5th 8th 11th 11th99-90% = 0 99-90% = 3 99-90% = 4 99-90% = 1 99-90% = 189-80% = 5 89-80% = 16 89-80% = 9 89-80% = 1 89-80% = 279-70% = 41 79-70% = 54 79-70% = 12 79-70% = 7 79-70% = 669-60% = 56 69-60% = 66 69-60% = 18 69-60% = 10 69-60% = 859-50% = 75 59-50% = 56 59-50% = 13 59-50% = 11 59-50% = 949-40% = 53 49-40% = 48 49-40% = 10 49-40% = 9 49-40% = 1039-30% = 35 39-30% = 21 39-30% = 9 39-30% = 8 39-30% = 929-20% = 9 29-20% = 14 29-20% = 2 29-20% = 4 29-20% = 519-10% = 1 19-10% = 1 19-10% = 1 19-10% = 2 19-10% = 3 9 - 0% = 4 9 - 0% = 0 9 - 0% = 0 9 - 0% = 0 9 - 0% =0
  40. 40. 11 Statewide Comparison Counties College Enrollment (Public and Private, In-State and Out-of-State)      Total Counties  College Rate Rank Contra Costa 77.7% 1Sacramento 75.5% 2Santa Clara  74.8% 3Orange 74.5% 4Alameda 70.9% 5San Diego 68.8% 6Los Angeles 67.6% 7San Bernardino 64.7% 8Fresno 62.3% 9Riverside 56.8% 10Kern 42.1% 11 Data Source: California Department of Education, DataQuest (2008-2009).
  41. 41. 11 Statewide Comparison Counties College Enrollment (Public and Private, In-State and Out-of-State)      Total Counties  College Rate Rank Riverside 77.9% 1Contra Costa 77.7% 2Sacramento 75.5% 3Santa Clara  74.8% 4Orange 74.5% 5Alameda 70.9% 6San Diego 68.8% 7Los Angeles 67.6% 8San Bernardino 64.7% 9Fresno 62.3% 10Kern 42.1% 11 Data Source: California Department of Education, DataQuest (2008-2009).

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