The Ed-Data website is designed to offer educators, policy makers, the Legislature, parents, and the public quick access to timely and comprehensive data about K-12 education in California. The data displayed on Ed-Data primarily comes from the California Department of Education, with the election data being compiled from a variety of sources.
Users of the site are free to:
- Read, print, share and reuse our articles, graphs and data tables free of charge.
- Download and use data tables as you would any other publicly available data set.
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Citing the information on Ed-Data:
Apart from the the local revenue elections data, all the information on Ed-Data comes from the California Department of Education. More specific information about the source of the data is available in the Source tab below each graph:
To cite the source of the data you find on Ed-Data we recommend the following language: Data from the California Department of Education, retrieved from Ed-Data.org on (and provide the date retrieved).
To cite the source of local revenue election data we recommend the following language: Bond and parcel tax election data are compiled by EdSource, retrieved from Ed-Data.org on (and provide the date retrieved).
You can also use the share functionality to create a link to a specific graph or data table to include with your citation. For more information on how to do this, please see: Using and Sharing Graphs on Ed-Data.