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Equity and Inclusion Dashboard

Overview of HBCSD's DashboardLogo
 
The District's Equity and Inclusion Dashboard compiles district data in an objective way and allows for reporting in disaggregation format. This data allows for comparison across various student characteristics or attributes. The Equity Dashboard is intended as a tool to assist in understanding where inequities may exist.
 
The three areas of focus on the district's dashboard align with the 2021-22 LCAP Goals:
  • Achievement for All
  • Diversity and Inclusion
  • Social Emotional Wellness 
 
The data collected for the HBCSD comes from various sources: student surveys, diagnostic assessments, formative assessment, summative assessment and district administered benchmarks.
 
To learn more about the data shared in this dashboard you may view the following presentations:
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HBCSD 2021 Demographics
 
Student Group Total Percentage
English Learners 23 1.9%
Foster Youth 1 0.1%
Homeless 1 0.1%
Socioeconomically Disadvantaged 69 5.8%
Students with Disabilities 123 10.3%
 
Race/Ethnicity Total Percentage
African American 17 1.4%
American Indian 5 0.4%
Asian 68 5.7%
Filipino 2 0.2%
Hispanic 153 12.8%
Two or More Races 141 11.8%
Pacific Islander 6 0.5%
White 804 67.1%
 
Data taken from the California Dashboard
Attendance Rates for 2021-22 School Year
 
  Tk-2nd Grades 3rd-5th Grades 6th-8th Grade
Trimester 1 96% 95% 96%
Trimester 2 95% 96% 95%
Trimester 3      
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Achievement for All
2021-2022 iReady Diagnostic Data 
ELA at or above grade level
 
Math at or above grade level
 
Diagnostic assessment:  iReady Diagnostic provides teachers with a complete picture of student performance related to their grade level and national norms. 
2021-2022 iReady Diagnostic : Overall Achievement by Demographics
 
ELA Demographics
 
Demographics Math
Diagnostic assessment:  iReady Diagnostic provides teachers with a complete picture of student performance related to their grade level and national norms
CAASPP Summative Assessment: Data 2018-2019
CAASPP Math
CAASPP Reading
Summative Assessment: The CAASPP  is used to evaluate student learning, skill acquisition and academic achievement at the conclusion of a defined instructional period (i.e.. end of the year).
Fountas and Pinnell Formative Reading Assessment
 
F&P School Year 2021-2022
Formative Reading Assessment:  The F&P benchmark assessment system is a formative reading assessment that measures decoding, fluency, vocabulary and comprehension skills for students: determining student's developmental reading levels for the purpose of instruction
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Diversity and Inclusion Data
Panorama Survey
This survey measures how diverse, integrated and fair school is for students from different races, ethnicities and cultures.
Diversity and Inclusion
Percent Favorable= Represented the percentage of respondents who selected a favorable or "positive" answer
choice.
 
*Note: for the 2020-21 school year, students in grades 6-8 were surveyed in February 2021 and students in grades 3-5 were surveyed in April 2021.  Therefore, we do not have a district-wide favorable score for the 2020-21 school year.
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Social Emotional Wellness Data
Panorama Social Emotional Learning Survey: Sense of Belonging
This survey measures how much students feel that they are a valued member of the school community.
 
Sense of Belonging
 
Percent Favorable= Represented the percentage of respondents who selected a favorable or "positive" answer
choice.
 
*Note: for the 2020-21 school year, students in grades 6-8 were surveyed in February 2021 and students in grades 3-5 were surveyed in April 2021.  Therefore, we do not have a district-wide favorable score for the 2020-21 school year.
California Health Kids Survey (CHKS): February 2022
 
HBCSD administered the Core Module to student 5th-7th grade students which consists of key questions that are considered most important for school to guide improvement of academic, health, and prevention programs and promote student achievement, positive development, and well-being.    
 
Below you will find results that focus on school climate, connectedness, and learning environment.
 
School supports
Notes:

+ Average percent of respondents reporting “Yes, most of the time” or “Yes all the time”

# The scale was based on five survey questions for in-school respondents
 
You may review the CHKS data in its entirety:
 
To learn more about CHKS please click here.