About CASDAAP

 

The California Association of School Data, Assessment, and Accountability Professionals is a 501(C)3 non-profit California Corporation.  We are based in Los Angeles, CA and started operations in 2017.  

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Our Core Beliefs:

1. Unify

Bring together the resources needed to effectively run a California public school and ensure compliance with all those pesky (but important!) rules and regulations. We pull in CALPADS, ESSA, CNIPS, Tech news, CAASPP and other resources - anything we need to support the data needs of our schools.

 

2. Simplify

Turn confusing policies and regulations into easy-to-follow instructions and simple, actionable steps. Develop checklists, guides, and other support docs. Leverage web 2.0 tools to simplify document management.  Get help when you need it.

 

3. Multiply

Leverage the expertise of our members by tapping into assessment experts, vendors, teachers, parents, technology gurus, and others through our online community, our "leadership voices", and our resource area.  Build good resources ONCE and SHARE!

 

We welcome articles, blog posts, questions, and comments on the following topics:

  • Accountability
  • Administration
  • Assessment
  • Attendance Reporting
  • Back-office Automation
  • Benchmarks
  • California Dashboard
  • CALPADS
  • Career Development
  • CBEDS
  • CELDT / English Learners
  • Charter Schools
  • Civil Rights Data Collection (CRDC)
  • CNIPS
  • Data Analysis
  • ELPAC
  • Ethnicity Reporting
  • Formative Assessment
  • Best Practices / Headaches
  • Human Resources
  • Information Technology
  • Job Descriptions
  • K-12 Enterprise Systems
  • KPI's
  • Professional Development
  • SAT / ACT Tests
  • SBAC/CAASPP
  • Small Districts
  • Staff Assignments
  • Staff Demographics
  • Student Assessment Systems
  • Student Information Systems
  • Student Privacy
  • Student Programs
  • Summative Assessment
  • Systems Integration
  • Teacher Evaluation
  • Teaching/Curriculum
  • Technology Issues
  • Transcripts