Assembly Bill (AB) 568 (effective October 12, 1997) requires local educational agencies (LEAs) with access to the Internet to make their School Accountability Report Card (SARC) accessible on the Internet. Senate Bill 1632 (effective September 30, 2000) requires LEAs that make SARCs available on the Internet to report the uniform resource locators (URLs) to the California Department of Education (CDE). AB 1061 (effective October 12, 2007) requires the CDE to maintain the school's reported URLs in order to provide parents and the public with easy access to SARCs maintained on the Internet and to monitor compliance.
The CDE interprets “easy access” as each school, direct funded charter school, and non-public non-sectarian school providing the CDE with a URL that provides links to each school’s SARC. Schools can report their URL to the CDE by entering data into the fields below and clicking the “Submit” button. This ensures easy parent and public access to SARCs available on the Internet. These Internet reports will facilitate compliance monitoring with state law.
Use the fields below to submit a change or correction to your school's SARC Web site address.
California Department of Education
1430 N Street
Sacramento, CA 95814