Escuela Popular/Center for TRN and Careers FAM Learning Dis


Summary:

Escuela Popular/Center for Training and Careers Family Learning is the sole public charter high school serving grades 9-12 in the Escuela Popular/Center for TRN and Careers FAM Learning Dis district located in San Jose, California. While the school aims to provide educational opportunities for its 528 Hispanic students, the data paints a concerning picture of its academic performance and student outcomes.

Despite the school's 100% Hispanic student population, it has consistently low academic achievement, with only 9.52% of 12th-grade students proficient or better on the CAST/Science exam, compared to the statewide average of 26.91%. The school's ranking has declined over the past few years, from 1604 out of 2123 schools in 2021-2022 to 1765 out of 2133 schools in 2018-2019, and it currently ranks 1632 out of 2335 California high schools with a 2-star rating from SchoolDigger. Equally troubling are the school's extremely low 4-year graduation rate of 0.8% and a high dropout rate of 98.7%, suggesting significant challenges in supporting student success and retention.

Further compounding these issues, Escuela Popular/Center for Training and Careers Family Learning also faces high chronic absenteeism, with 66.5% of students chronically absent. This, combined with the school's low test scores and declining rankings, raises concerns about the school's ability to effectively serve its student population and provide a high-quality education. Addressing the root causes of these challenges, such as equity and access issues, socioeconomic barriers, and student engagement, will be crucial for the school to improve its outcomes and better support the academic and personal growth of its students.

District Detail

 149 N. White Rd.
San Jose, CA 95127-1612

 (408) 275-7191

SchoolDigger Rank:
1182nd of 1560 California districts

See the 2023 California District rankings!
Grades served: 9-12
Students: 528

Primary Schools: 0
Middle Schools: 0
High Schools: 1
Alternative Schools: 0
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SchoolDigger data sources: National Center for Education Statistics, U.S. Department of Education, the U.S. Census Bureau and the California Department of Education.

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