Policy Development Materials
- Policy Development Process 2009
- Racially Isolated Schools 2009
- Interview Study of Meanings of Schooling, Diversity and Student Assignment 2010
- Designing Attendance Area Boundaries
- Developing the Census Tract Integration Preference (CTIP)
- Revising CTIP
Students have been enrolled using the current student assignment policy since the 2011-12 school year. Each year, staff develops and shares reports and analyses to help the Board evaluate how well the policy is achieving its intended goals.
- Ad Hoc Committee Presentations from the 2015-16 School Year
- Ad Hoc Committee Presentations from 2014-15 school year
- April 8, 2015
- Are our schools becoming more racially isolated?
- How does our current student assignment system, along with parental choice, shape the degree of racial isolation?
- How might modifications to the algorithm produce better results?
- What would it take to guarantee a spot for attendance area families in their attendance area school?
- What might happen if the attendance area was ranked higher than CTIP1?
- Do requests from CTIP 1 residents vary by race/ethnicity?
- How might we adjust the CTIP1 tiebreaker to get more targeted?
- April 24, 2014
- To what degree is SFUSD reversing the trend or racial isolation and the concentration of underserved students in the same school?
- Does the CTIP1 tiebreaker help reverse the trend of racial isolation and help provide equitable access?
- Do middle school feeders help reverse the trend of racial isolation and help provide equitable access?
- Do attendance areas have the capacity to accommodate kindergarten residents? Do kindergarteners request their attendance area school?
- April 17, 2013
- What percent of applicants submit their enrollment application on time, and does it vary by race/ethnicity?
- What is important to families when choosing schools?
- March 5, 2012
- School improvement; tiebreakers; CTIP1; designations/waiting pools/inter-district assignments; demographics of enrollment; participation rates; choice assignments; attendance area boundaries; proximity and enrollment; applicants and enrollment; school transfers.