OUSD – Fast Facts 2013-2014

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DATA SOURCES: AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS – Public Profit; ALL DISTRICT STAFF – Human Resources Services & Support; ATTENDANCE – Quality, Accountability, and Analytics (QAA) Data & Analytics; BUDGET – 2013-14 First Interim Report; CENTRAL OFFICE STAFF – Human Resources Services & Support; CHARTER – QAA Office of Charter Schools; CHILD NUTRITION – Nutrition Services; GRADUATION – California Longitudinal Pupil Achievement Data System; EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION – Early Childhood Education Enrollment Center, QAA Data & Analytics, Human Resources Services & Support; ENGLISH LEARNERS – QAA Data & Analytics; ENROLLMENT – QAA Data & Analytics; FREE/REDUCED-PRICE LUNCH – Nutrition Services; GEOGRAPHIC – QAA Data & Analytics; HEALTH AND WELLNESS – Family, School and Community Partnerships; LANGUAGE – QAA Data & Analytics; LINKED LEARNING – QAA Data & Analytics; OTHER SCHOOL STAFF – Human Resources Services & Support, Accounting Office, Technology Services; SCHOOL – QAA Data & Analytics; SPECIAL EDUCATION – QAA Data & Analytics, Human Resources Services & Support; STUDENTS – QAA Data & Analytics; SUSPENSION – QAA Data & Analytics; TEACHERS – Human Resources Services & Support;

FOOTNOTES: 1) Enrollment and ethnicity data includes only OUSD schools and grades TK-12. 2) Some positions that are centrally funded are primarily school based. 3) Total number of OUSD schools excludes district-authorized charter schools. 4) Students are considered Long Term English Language Learners if they have been enrolled for more than 6 years in a US school without meeting criteria for reclassification. 5) Students who receive free/reduced-price breakfast/lunch can also receive after school snacks, if eligible. The rate is based on data as of 10/31/13 and will be updated by the end of the academic year. 6) Special Education enrollment includes students with disabilities enrolled in OUSD K-12 schools, Home and Hospital program and Young Adult Program. 7) Chronic Absence is defined as being absent 10% or more of school days for any reason. 8) Linked Learning students follow industry-themed pathways in a wide range of fields, such as engineering, arts and media, biomedicine and health. These pathways prepare high school students for career and a full range of postsecondary options. 9) Graduation numbers based on CalPADS, to be updated by California Department of Education in spring 2014. 10) Graphical icons are downloaded from http://icons8.com/