Child Trend has published a review and analysis of state statutes and regulations related to the
video series that explores tools and resources that can help in evaluating programs and expanding stakeholder networks to help promote academic success and social, emotional, and physical wellbeing.
2015-2017 County Reports.
The 2015-17 Countywide CHKS Reports have been uploaded
. These two-year aggregated reports encompass all schools that administered the CHKS within 2015-2017.
CalSCHLS Data Dashboard updated with 2017-2018 data.
The CalSCHLS data visualization dashboard
has been updated to include 2017-18 district data and 2013-15 statewide data from the Biennial CHKS. The dashboard can be used to interactively examine trends over time and subgroup disparities on key indicators of school engagement & supports, school climate & safety, and student mental health & substance use.
Connecting School and Afterschool SEL.
Sacramento City USD strives to bring better coherence and alignment to SEL implementation between regular day and expanded learning through a professional learning community. For more information contact Mai Xi Lee
, SEL Director, SCUSD.
The California Department of Education has updated its Local Control Funding Formula Priority 6 (School Climate)
Statements of Model Practices. These include implementing school climate improvement schoolwide, conducting a school climate survey like the CHKS, building capacity for staff support and wellness, and providing student supports to promote engagement and safety.
Chronic absenteeism in California schools is up slightly, new state data show
. Two PACE reports examine chronic absence performance levels, the effects of chronic absence, and what we have learned and need to know about how schools measure and reduce absenteeism.
A program aimed at helping adolescents get out of abusive relationships
is in demand in Orange County’s middle schools.
Supporting Immigrant Students.
Read now California schools help unaccompanied immigrant students
combat trauma and language barriers.