CalSCHLS Factsheets summarize the results of analyses of statewide data conducted on different topics. They provide context to help understand local survey results and the value of the data, as well as provide statewide norms for comparison with local results. Among the topics covered is how CHKS results vary based on race/ethnicity, the level of developmental support, and whether youth experience bias-related harassment, chronic sadness, and suicide ideation; are in foster care or attend continuation high schools; and are involved in alcohol, tobacco, or other drug use or other health risks.
Brief research reports based on the CHKS data
- Health Risks, Resilience, and the Academic Performance Index
- Student Tobacco Use and TUPE Competitive Grant Funding
- Are Student Health Risks and Low Resilience Assets an Impediment to the Academic Progress of Schools?
- Bias-related Harassment Among California Students
- Links Between Cigarette Smoking and Other Substance Use, Violence, and School Problems
- Substance use and Other Problems Among Youth in Foster and Relative Care
- Risk Behaviors and Problems Among Youth in Nontraditional Schools
- The Achievement Gap, School Well-Being, and Learning Supports
- Racial/Ethnic Differences in School Performance, Engagement, Safety, and Supports
- Harassment Among California Students, 2006-08
- Students Who Report Chronic Sadness, 2006-08
- Students Who Contemplated Suicide, 2009-10
- Racial/ethnic Differences in Student Achievement, Engagement, Supports & Safety: Are They Greater Within Schools or Between Schools in California?
- Racial and Ethnic Group Differences in Responses on the CHKS Closing the Achievement Gap Module (CTAG)
- LCAP Baseline Data on School Climate and Pupil Engagement
Brief research reports based on the CSSS data
- How School Climate Perceptions Vary by the Race and Ethnicity of Staff
- School Climate Perceptions of Staff in Schools with Different Racial/Ethnic Compositions
Additional factsheets reporting on CalSCHLS data related to school climate are available on the California Safe and Supportive Schools website. They explore relationships between the eight school climate domains assessed by CalSCHLS and important student- and school-level outcomes are explored.