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The 2013-14 School Report Card is Available

We are pleased to announce the publication of the seventh annual School Report Card. Paper versions were delivered to parents' homes during the month of January. Parents and guardians should contact their children's school if they did not receive a School Report Card for that school. Electronic versions are also available for any school. Click here to search for a report card now.

In partnership with the Parent Community Services Branch, the United Way of Greater Los Angeles, and dozens of parent organizations across the city, we are working hard to ensure that parents in LAUSD know how the School Report Card can help them partner with their schools. Scroll down to view training materials. Please contact the School Report Card team with any questions you have or to request materials you can’t find here.

Download the school level data for the School Report Card

Download the School Report Card data file for all schools in Excel format by clicking the link above.

Training Materials

 Download Frequently Asked Questions about the School Report Card.
 This PowerPoint presentation outlines key information about the 2013-14 School Report Cards.
 How to Download a School Report Card This PowerPoint walks users step-by-step in English and Spanish.
 What can I do about bullying at my child's school?
 What should I know about my school's discipline policy?
 What are your student's plans after high school?
 For what special education services might my student be eligible?
 What is the Achievement Gap?
 ¿Qué puedo hacer sobre el abuso escolar en la escuela de mi hijo?
 ¿Qué debería saber sobre la política de la disciplina de mi escuela?
 ¿Cuáles son los planes de su hijo después de la preparatoria?
 ¿Para qué servicios de educación especial califica mi hijo?
 ¿Qué es la “brecha en el rendimiento?"