LCAP & LCFF: PLANNING FOR SUCCESS
As a critical component of the state Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF), every school district must engage parents and the community to create a Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP).
Watch and learn what goes into the LCAP to guarantee success for ALL students.
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Observe y aprenda qué incluye el LCAP para garantizar el éxito de TODOS los estudiantes.
WHAT IS THE LCAP FOR AND WHAT DOES IT NEED TO SHOW?
The LCAP is intended to be a comprehensive planning tool to help all students succeed.
Each three-year plan must describe:
- District-wide and school-wide goals, as well as specific actions to be taken to achieve the goals for all students, including specific subgroups of students, in each of the eight state priority areas, plus any locally identified priority areas.
- Expected progress toward meeting the goals, and as part of a district’s required annual update of the plan, the district must describe actual progress made toward meeting the goals and describe any adjustments to be made.
- Expenditures required to implement each of the goals and actions, including a description of how additional provided funds for low-income students, English learners, and foster or homeless youth will be used to increase or improve services for these students. These students are referred to as “unduplicated students” because even if they are in more than one priority group, they are only counted once.
- The process used to involve parents, students, community members, school employees, and other stakeholders in developing, reviewing, and supporting the implementation of the LCAP.