Use the data reports and tools below to explore where progress is being made, root causes and underlying challenges, gaps and bright spots for Oakland students on the path to reading achievement.
Oakland Reads launched with an ambitious goal, to double the percentage of Oakland third grade students reading at grade-level to 85 percent by the year 2020. Getting there will require our community to move the needle on a number of contributing factors, including school readiness, school attendance, and summer learning.
Data Tools and Reports
A comprehensive dashboard of Oakland early literacy resources in district-run child development centers and district and charter elementary schools. Includes maps, program and school profiles, and a customizable and downloadable spreadsheet.
OUSD Data Dashboards
Access interactive dashboards of OUSD student data, including key assessments, attendance and discipline, enrollment, English Language learners and more.
An annual progress report on Oakland public education, including district-run and charter school student outcomes.
Oakland Reads Progress Update
looks at key indicators from the Oakland Reads 2020 levers for Reading Success: School Readiness, Attendance, Summer Learning, and Family Engagement.
Oakland Reads Baseline Report
An examination of the pathway to third grade reading in Oakland from 2010 to 2013
The Baseline Report focuses on third grade reading success as well as the four Oakland Reads levers: school readiness, school attendance, summer learning, & family engagement.