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Albany City Unified (Alameda County, CA)

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Overview:

The College/Career Indicator (CCI) is based on the students in the graduation rate. For comprehensive high schools, the combined graduation rate (i.e., current four-year graduation cohort plus fifth year graduates from prior cohort) is used. For Dashboard Alternative School Status (DASS) schools, the DASS grade 12 graduation rate is used. The CCI includes both college and career measures to evaluate how well districts and schools are preparing students for success after high school. (Note: For LEAs serving both comprehensive and DASS high schools, their CCI is based on both the combined graduation rate and DASS graduation rate.)

This report displays the number and percent of graduates who met each of the measures in the CCI Prepared and Approaching Prepared Levels. Students can meet more than one measure in each CCI level. As a result, the tables contain duplicative counts.

More information on the CCI measures is provided in the Dashboard Technical Guide located on the California School Dashboard and System of Support Web page.

The following symbols are used throughout this report:

  • A double dash (--) is used when a student group is not represented in the graduation cohort (i.e., the denominator of the student group is zero).
  • A zero (0) is used when there are no students in the numerator of the calculated percentage.
  • An asterisk (*) indicates that the student group consists of 1-10 students which is below the minimum size for any reporting.

Students in the Combined Cohort or DASS Graduation Rate by Student Group

CohortAll StudentsAfrican AmericanAmerican IndianAsianFilipinoHispanicPacific IslanderWhiteTwo or More RacesEnglish LearnersSocio-economic DisadvantagedStudents with DisabilitiesFoster StudentsHomeless Students
Cohort Totals30214187853210034341002813

Percentage of Students by CCI Level for each Student Group

CCI LevelAll StudentsAfrican AmericanAmerican IndianAsianFilipinoHispanicPacific IslanderWhiteTwo or More RacesEnglish LearnersSocio-economic DisadvantagedStudents with DisabilitiesFoster StudentsHomeless Students
Percentage Prepared62.6%35.7%*73.6%*47.2%*65.0%64.7%29.4%46.0%14.3%**
Percentage Approaching Prepared13.2%14.3%*9.2%*17.0%*11.0%20.6%23.5%21.0%14.3%**
Percentage Not Prepared24.2%50.0%*17.2%*35.8%*24.0%14.7%47.1%33.0%71.4%**
The combined cohort and/or DASS graduation rate is used as the denominator to calculate the percentages.

Number and Percent of Prepared Students In the Cohort by Race/Ethnicity and Program Participation

Student Group - PreparedPercent Prepared# Students Prepared
All Prepared Students100.0%189
African American2.6%5
American Indian or Alaska Native**
Asian33.9%64
Filipino**
Hispanic13.2%25
Two or More Races11.6%22
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander**
White34.4%65
English Learners5.3%10
Socioeconomically Disadvantaged24.3%46
Students with Disabilities2.1%4
Foster Youth**
Homeless**
Asian (33.9%) * Not Reported (4.2%) Two or More Races (11.6%) Hispanic (13.2%) African American (2.6%) White (34.4%) Asian (33.9%) * Not Reported (4.2%) Two or More Races (11.6%) White (34.4%)
Pie Chart of Percent of Prepared English Learners Pie Chart of Percent of Prepared English Learners Pie Chart of Percent Prepared for Socio-economically Disadvantaged Students Pie Chart of Percent Prepared for Socio-economically Disadvantaged Students Pie Chart of Percent Prepared for Students with Disabilities Pie Chart of Percent Prepared for Students with Disabilities Pie Chart of Percent Prepared for Foster Youth Pie Chart of Percent Prepared for Homeless
The total number of prepared students is used as the denominator to calculate the percentages in the above table and graphs.


How Students Met Prepared


The table below displays the number and percent of students assigned to Prepared Levels for each CCI measure by student group. The four shades (or levels) represent four percentile ranges (as shown in the legend below) to help identify which measures have a high percentage (darker shade) or low percentage (lighter shade) of students meeting the criteria. Students can meet more than one measure. As a result, the tables contain duplicative counts.

Met via Career Technical Education Pathway Completion

Career Technical Education (CTE) pathway completion with a C- or better in the capstone course plus one of the following criteria:
  • Smarter Balanced Summative Assessments: At least a level 3 “Standard Met” on English language arts (ELA) or mathematics and at least a level 2 “Standard Nearly Met” on the other subject area.
  • One semester, two quarters, or two trimesters of college coursework with grade C- or better in academic/CTE subjects where college credit is awarded.
    • Note: If the CTE capstone course and CTE college credit course are completed in the SAME YEAR, they must be in DIFFERENT CTE Pathways for the CTE college credit course to count toward Prepared. If the CTE capstone course and the CTE college credit course are completed in DIFFERENT YEARS, they may be in the SAME CTE Pathways for the CTE college credit course to count toward Prepared.

Met via Smarter Balanced Assessment

At least a Level 3 "Standard Met" on the Smarter Balanced Summative Assessments for both ELA and Mathematics.

Met via College Credit Course

Completion of two semesters, three quarters, or three trimesters of college coursework with a grade of C- or better in academic/CTE subjects where college credit is awarded.

Met via Advanced Placement

A score of 3 or higher on two Advanced Placement (AP) Exams.

Met via International Baccalaureate

A score of 4 or higher on two International Baccalaureate (IB) Exams.

Met via a-g Completion

Completion of courses that meet the University of California (UC) or California State University (CSU) a–g criteria with a grade of C or better, plus one of the following criteria:
  • CTE pathway completion with a C- or better in the capstone course
  • Smarter Balanced Summative Assessments: At least a level 3 “Standard Met” on ELA or Mathematics and at least a level 2 “Standard Nearly Met” on the other subject area.
  • One semester, two quarters, or two trimesters of college coursework with a grade of C- or better in academic/CTE subjects where college credit is awarded.
  • A score of 3 or higher on one AP exam or a score of 4 or higher on one IB exam.

Met via State Seal of Biliteracy

Earned the State Seal of Biliteracy and scored level 3 "Standard Met" or higher on the ELA Smarter Balanced Summative Assessment.

Met via Leadership/Military Science

Completed at least two years of Leadership/Military Science and Scored level 3 “Standard Met” or higher on ELA or Mathematics and at least a level 2 “Standard Nearly Met” in the other subject area.
LEGEND for
Percent Prepared
(0.1% - 25.0%)
(L1)
(25.1% - 50.0%)
(L2)
(50.1% - 75.0%)
(L3)
(75.1% - 100%)
(L4)
MeasureAll StudentsAfrican AmericanAmerican IndianAsianFilipinoHispanicPacific IslanderWhiteTwo or More RacesEnglish LearnersSocio-economic DisadvantagedStudents with DisabilitiesFoster StudentsHomeless Students
CTE Pathway Completion
9.0%
(17)

(L1)
20.0%
(1)

(L1)
*
9.4%
(6)

(L1)
*
12.0%
(3)

(L1)
*
4.6%
(3)

(L1)
18.2%
(4)

(L1)
30.0%
(3)

(L2)
15.2%
(7)

(L1)
25.0%
(1)

(L1)
**
Smarter Balanced Assessment
82.0%
(155)

(L4)
60.0%
(3)

(L3)
*
82.8%
(53)

(L4)
*
84.0%
(21)

(L4)
*
81.5%
(53)

(L4)
81.8%
(18)

(L4)
50.0%
(5)

(L2)
73.9%
(34)

(L3)
75.0%
(3)

(L3)
**
College Credit Course
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
*
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
*
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
*
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
**
Advanced Placement
55.0%
(104)

(L3)
20.0%
(1)

(L1)
*
76.6%
(49)

(L4)
*
28.0%
(7)

(L2)
*
52.3%
(34)

(L3)
40.9%
(9)

(L2)
70.0%
(7)

(L3)
41.3%
(19)

(L2)
25.0%
(1)

(L1)
**
International Baccalaureate
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
*
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
*
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
*
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
**
a-g Completion
87.8%
(166)

(L4)
100.0%
(5)

(L4)
*
89.1%
(57)

(L4)
*
80.0%
(20)

(L4)
*
83.1%
(54)

(L4)
100.0%
(22)

(L4)
60.0%
(6)

(L3)
80.4%
(37)

(L4)
50.0%
(2)

(L2)
**
State Seal of Biliteracy
30.2%
(57)

(L2)
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
*
43.8%
(28)

(L2)
*
36.0%
(9)

(L2)
*
23.1%
(15)

(L1)
13.6%
(3)

(L1)
30.0%
(3)

(L2)
28.3%
(13)

(L2)
25.0%
(1)

(L1)
**
Leadership/Military Science
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
*
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
*
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
*
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
**

To calculate the percentages, the total number of prepared students in each student group is used as the denominator (e.g., total number of English learners who met the CTE criteria divided by the total number of English learners who are prepared).

Number and Percent of Approaching Prepared Students in the Cohort by Race/Ethnicity and Program Participation


Student Group - Approaching PreparedPercent Approaching Prepared# Students Approaching Prepared
All Approaching Prepared Students100.0%40
African American5.0%2
American Indian or Alaska Native**
Asian20.0%8
Filipino**
Hispanic22.5%9
Two or More Races17.5%7
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander**
White27.5%11
English Learners20.0%8
Socioeconomically Disadvantaged52.5%21
Students with Disabilities10.0%4
Foster Youth**
Homeless**
Asian (20%) White (27.5%) African American (5%) * Not Reported (7.5%) Two or More Races (17.5%) Hispanic (22.5%) Asian (20%) White (27.5%) * Not Reported (7.5%) Two or More Races (17.5%)
Pie Chart of Percent of Approaching Prepared English Learners Pie Chart of Percent of Approaching Prepared English Learners Pie Chart of Percent Approaching Prepared for Socio-economically Disadvantaged Students Pie Chart of Percent Approaching Prepared for Socio-economically Disadvantaged Students Pie Chart of Percent Approaching Prepared for Students with Disabilities Pie Chart of Percent Approaching Prepared for Students with Disabilities Pie Chart of Percent Approaching Prepared for Foster Youth Pie Chart of Percent Approaching Prepared for Homeless
The total number of approaching prepared students is used as the denominator to calculate the percentages in the above table and graphs.


How Students Met Approaching Prepared

The table below displays the number and percent of students assigned to Approaching Prepared Levels for each CCI measure by student group. The four shades (or levels) represent four percentile ranges (as shown in the legend below) to help identify which measures have a high percentage (darker shade) or low percentage (lighter shade) of students meeting the criteria. Students can meet more than one measure. As a result, the tables contain duplicative counts.

Met via Career Technical Education Pathway Completion

Career Technical Education (CTE) pathway completion with a C- or better in the capstone course.

Met via Smarter Balanced Assessment

Scored at least level 2 "Standard Nearly Met" on both the English language arts (ELA) and Mathematics Smarter Balanced Summative Assessments.

Met via College Credit Course

Completion of one semester, two quarters, or two trimesters of college coursework with a grade of C- or better in academic/CTE subjects where college credit is awarded.

Met via a-g Completion

Completion of courses that meet the University of California (UC) or California State University (CSU) a-g criteria with a C or better.

Met via Leadership/Military Science

Completion of at least two years of Leadership/Military Science.
LEGEND for
Percent Approaching Prepared
(L1)
(0.1% - 25.0%)
(L2)
(25.1% - 50.0%)
(L3)
(50.1% - 75.0%)
(L4)
(75.1% - 100%)
MeasureAll StudentsAfrican AmericanAmerican IndianAsianFilipinoHispanicPacific IslanderWhiteTwo or More RacesEnglish LearnersSocio-economic DisadvantagedStudents with DisabilitiesFoster StudentsHomeless Students
CTE Pathway Completion
5.0%
(2)

(L1)
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
*
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
*
11.1%
(1)

(L1)
*
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
12.5%
(1)

(L1)
4.8%
(1)

(L1)
25.0%
(1)

(L1)
**
Smarter Balanced Assessment
62.5%
(25)

(L3)
100.0%
(2)

(L4)
*
62.5%
(5)

(L3)
*
66.7%
(6)

(L3)
*
54.5%
(6)

(L3)
57.1%
(4)

(L3)
75.0%
(6)

(L3)
52.4%
(11)

(L3)
75.0%
(3)

(L3)
**
College Credit Course
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
*
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
*
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
*
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
**
a-g Completion
40.0%
(16)

(L2)
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
*
50.0%
(4)

(L2)
*
33.3%
(3)

(L2)
*
45.5%
(5)

(L2)
42.9%
(3)

(L2)
12.5%
(1)

(L1)
47.6%
(10)

(L2)
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
**
Leadership/Military Science
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
*
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
*
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
*
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
0.0%
(0)

(L1)
**
To calculate the percentages, the total number of approaching prepared students in each student group is used as the denominator (e.g., total number of English learners who met the CTE criteria divided by the total number of English learners who are approaching prepared).

Number and Percent of Not Prepared Students In the Cohort by Race/Ethnicity and Program Participation


Student Group - Not PreparedPercent Not Prepared# Students Not Prepared
All Not Prepared Students100.0%73
African American9.6%7
American Indian or Alaska Native**
Asian20.5%15
Filipino**
Hispanic26.0%19
Two or More Races6.8%5
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander**
White32.9%24
English Learners21.9%16
Socioeconomically Disadvantaged45.2%33
Students with Disabilities27.4%20
Foster Youth**
Homeless**
Asian (20.5%) White (32.9%) African American (9.6%) * Not Reported (4.1%) Two or More Races (6.8%) Hispanic (26%) Asian (20.5%) White (32.9%) * Not Reported (4.1%) Two or More Races (6.8%)
Pie Chart of Percent of English Learners - Not Prepared Pie Chart of Percent of English Learners - Not Prepared Pie Chart of Socio-economically Disadvantaged Students - Not Prepared Pie Chart of Socio-economically Disadvantaged Students - Not Prepared Pie Chart of Students with Disabilities - Not Prepared Pie Chart of Students with Disabilities - Not Prepared Pie Chart of Homeless Students - No Prepared
The total number of not prepared students is used as the denominator to calculate the percentages in the above table and graphs.