School Accountability Report Card

The district"s Standards, Assessment and Accountability department annually prepares the School Accountability Report Card (SARC) for every school in San Diego Unified. Information in the SARC allows the public to evaluate and compare schools for student achievement, environment, resources and demographics. Williams legislation specifically requires reporting in the areas of instructional materials, school facilities and teachers to ensure:

  1. Every pupil is provided with sufficient instructional materials in the four core subject areas, pupils enrolled in health and foreign language classes have sufficient instructional materials and the availability of adequate science and laboratory equipment for science courses in grades 9-12;
  2. School facilities are evaluated and rated "good", "fair" or "poor";
  3. Vacant teacher positions or misassignments are identified.