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  • WESTERN ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES / CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

    FOCUS ON LEARNING

    2008-2009 SELF-STUDY

    OAKLAND TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL 4351 Broadway

    Oakland, California 94611 (510) 879-3050

    Sheilagh Andujar

    Principal

  • TABLE OF CONTENTS OAKLAND UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PERSONNEL..................................................................................6 OAKLAND TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL STAFF ..............................................................................................7 CHAPTER I: STUDENT/COMMUNITY PROFILE—DATA AND FINDINGS.................................................8

    DEMOGRAPHIC DATA ................................................................................................................................................8 1. Community ...................................................................................................................................................8

    a. Brief description of community ................................................................................................................................ 8 b. Family and community trends ................................................................................................................................ 10 c. State/federal program mandates .............................................................................................................................. 10 d. Parent/community organizations............................................................................................................................. 11 e. Community foundation programs ........................................................................................................................... 11 f. School/business relationships .................................................................................................................................. 11

    2. WASC accreditation history for Oakland Tech ..........................................................................................12 3. School purpose and schoolwide learning goals .........................................................................................12 4. Status of school in terms of student performance.......................................................................................14 5. Enrollment..................................................................................................................................................15

    a. Grade level, Gender, and Ethnicity ......................................................................................................................... 16 b. Predominant primary languages ............................................................................................................................. 19 c. Title I ...................................................................................................................................................................... 20 d. Special needs and other programs........................................................................................................................... 20 1) Programs for Exceptional Children ........................................................................................................................ 20 2) GATE Enrollment .................................................................................................................................................. 21 3) AVID Enrollment ................................................................................................................................................... 22 4) Academies .............................................................................................................................................................. 22 i. Health Academy ...................................................................................................................................................... 23 ii. Computer Academy................................................................................................................................................ 23 iii. Engineering Academy ........................................................................................................................................... 24 5) Integrated Humanities Programs: Paideia and California Studies .......................................................................... 25 6) Summer Algebra Academy .................................................................................................................................... 28

    6. Language proficiency—English language learners (EL); Fluent-English proficient (FEP); Redesignated FEP (RFEP).......................................................................................................................................................29 7. Attendance..................................................................................................................................................30

    a. Mobility or transient rate......................................................................................................................................... 30 b. Average daily rate of attendance............................................................................................................................. 30

    8. Suspension and expulsion rates..................................................................................................................31 9. Socioeconomic status .................................................................................................................................31

    a. Free/reduced lunch status........................................................................................................................................ 31 b. Parent education level............................................................................................................................................. 32

    10. Description of safety conditions, cleanliness, and school facilities..........................................................32 11. Staff ..........................................................................................................................................................33

    a. Staff categories ....................................................................................................................................................... 33 b. Highly qualified teachers; National Board certified teachers.................................................................................. 34

    12. Staff development .....................................................................................................................................34 13. Co-curricular and extra-curricular activities ..........................................................................................34 14. District policies & school financial support.............................................................................................37

    a. Expenditures per pupil ............................................................................................................................................ 37 b. Other funding sources............................................................................................................................................. 37

    STUDENT PERFORMANCE DATA ..............................................................................................................................37 1. Academic Performance Index (API)...........................................................................................................37

    a. Past performance..................................................................................................................................................... 37 b. Current API growth report ...................................................................................................................................... 39 c. School ranking and similar school rankings............................................................................................................ 39

    2. California Standards Test (CST) ................................................................................................................39 a. Grade level scores ................................................................................................................................................... 39 b. Significant group scores.......................................................................................................................................... 40

    3. California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE)...........................................................................................51 a. Numbers tested and percent passing ....................................................................................................................... 51

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  • b. ELA and Math ........................................................................................................................................................ 52 Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) ..................................................................................................................53 4. ........................................................................................................................................................................53 5. California English Language Development Test (CELDT)...................................

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