School District Type of Goal Goals Metrics Funding 14-15 Funding 15-16 Funding 16-17
Baldwin Park
Dedicated Foster Care Funding Attendance Decrease the number of students with chronic absences Decrease number of students absent more than 10% of the school year by 2% annually $857,397 - Explore support staff
$23,649 - AVID
$76,214 - GATE
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 2014 - 15 $0 Attendance Decrease BPUSD dropout rate to at or below the county average 14-15: Decrease number of middle school dropouts from 10.2% to 8.2%
15-16: Decrease number of middle school dropouts by 2%
16-17: Decrease number of middle school dropouts by 2%
$44,600 - credit recovery $44,600 - credit recovery $44,600 - credit recovery
2015 - 16 $0 Leveraging Opportunity Transition to CCSS assessment system to inform instruction, establish priorities for professional learning, and provide accountability tools 14-15: Establish baseline scores for performance of all subgroups, including foster youth
15-16: Improve student scores
16-17: Improve student scores
$15,000 - substitutes  $15,000 - substitutes  $15,000 - substitutes 
2016 - 17 $0 Leveraging Opportunity Increase percentage of students graduating with A-G requirements Increase percentage of students graduating with A-G requirements by 5% annually $44,600 - credit recovery $44,600 - credit recovery $44,600 - credit recovery
    Leveraging Opportunity Increase percentage of students proficient in ELA and math TBD based on CDE baseline measures on SBAC $1,500,000 - Professional development plan
$796,000 - SES Tutoring for low income/low achieving
$100,000 transition to online assessments
$790,000 - SES Tutoring for low income/low achieving
$1,650,000 transition to online assessments
$780,000 - SES Tutoring for low income/low achieving
$700,000 transition to online assessments
    Leveraging Opportunity Collaborate with parents and guardians to integrate 21st Century Student Outcomes 14-15: Establish baseline number of parents attending meetings
15-16: - Increase number of parents attending meetings
- Increase number of contacts with "barely visible" parents
16-17: - Increase number of parents attending meetings
- Increase number of contacts with "barely visible" parents
$435,649 - Effective collaboration and training for parents $414,000 - Effective collaboration and training for parents $393,000 -  Effective collaboration and training for parents
    Leveraging Opportunity Collaborate with government officials, postsecondary, business communities and for profit and non-profit organizations to ensure that all students are prepared for success in college and career Increase by 3% annually the number of students exempt in ELA and math on the Early Assessment Program $44,600 - credit recovery
$550,000 - ROP
$2,172,412 - counseling for students at risk of not graduating
$44,600 - credit recovery
$2,300,000 - counseling for students at risk of not graduating
$44,600 - credit recovery
$2,500,000 - counseling for students at risk of not graduating
    Leveraging Opportunity Maintain or increase graduation rates 14-15: Increase graduation rate from 93.2% to 95.2%
15-16: Increase graduation rate by 2%
16-17: Increase graduation rate by 2%
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    Leveraging Opportunity District will create an environment of support, understanding, and emotional safety Maintain or reduce suspension and expulsion rates -- -- --