Equity

The Coronado Unified School District and its Governing Board believe that the diversity that exists among the district's community of students, staff, parents/guardians, and community members are integral to the district's vision, mission, and goals. Addressing the needs of every child, every day requires recognition of the inherent value of diversity, equity, and inclusion and acknowledgment that educational excellence requires a commitment to equity in the opportunities provided to students and the resulting outcomes. We believe that in order for every child, every day to be successful, CUSD must create conditions where all members of our school community feel safe, valued, and respected while in our care.

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Equity Committee 

CUSD has established an Equity Committee to serve as an advisory resource to the Superintendent and Governing Board. The Committee is made up of parents, students, and CUSD staff members. Meeting dates and materials are linked below.

  

November 19, 2020

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December 16, 2020 

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January 28, 2021

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February 25, 2021

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March 18, 2021

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April 21, 2021

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May 13, 2021

TBD

Resources

      Click on the photo in the left column, or the link in the description to be taken away from the CUSD page to resources. 

The Equity Conference 2021 was held on January 19 - 22, 2021. Equity is Love in Action; where hundreds of educators, policymakers, advocates, parents, and community members met to advance educational equity for California’s most vulnerable students. Some of the presentations from the conference can be found HERE.  
         No Place for Hate® is an organizing framework and ADL partnership program for K-12 schools committed to creating sustainable change that leads to an improved school climate. CUSD is working to ensure all schools are "NP4H" as of 2020.
    

Equity, Disproportionality & Design (ED&D) Project  - San Diego County Office of Education (SDCOE) employees at the South County Special Education Local Plan Area (SELPA) are working to give all special education students the opportunity to live up to their full academic and social potential as part of the Equity, Disproportionality & Design project. The team is focused on raising awareness about equity and disproportionality and enlisting key stakeholders, including parents/guardians, educators, and community partners, to help design solutions and services.  Learn about the ED&D Project here.   Watch ED&D's video about disproportionality by clicking this HERE

The Ways 2 Equity Playbook is a navigation tool that can be used to identify equity needs throughout organizations with a primary focus on looking at equity through a systems lens to ensure improved student outcomes.
   San Diego County Board of Education is committed to providing educational opportunities and support to district and school leaders, teachers, and other stakeholders so that all students, including our historically underserved students, are served well and are successful. 

CUSD Data 

School Accountability Report Card (SARC) The purpose of the report card is to provide parents and the community with important information about each public school. A SARC can be an effective way for a school to report on its progress in achieving goals. The public may also use a SARC to evaluate and compare schools on a variety of indicators.

CA School Dashboard The Dashboard is a key part of California’s commitment to transparency and continuous improvement. California’s future success depends on tapping into the potential of all students, so they graduate ready for college, careers and life. For schools to reach this goal, teachers, parents and the community need clear and useful measures of progress. As an accountability tool, the Dashboard will help the state identify schools (including charter schools) and districts needing targeted assistance.

Ed Data Fiscal, Demographics, and Performance Data on California K-12 Schools; CDE/EdSource/FCMAT  

DataQuest provides meaningful data and statistics about California's K-12 public education system that supports a wide variety of informational, research, and policy needs. Summary and detailed data reports are available for multiple subject areas at the school, district, county, and state levels.

The CalSCHLS system was created by the California Department of Education (CDE) in 1997 to efficiently and cost-effectively provide school districts and their partner communities with quality local data which can be used to improve student academic performance and social-emotional, behavioral, and physical health of all youth. It assesses key indicators linked to success in school, career, and life. The majority of districts in California now use CalSCHLS data as Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) indicators.