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Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP)

Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP)

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Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP)

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  1. Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) Pieces of the Puzzle

  2. LCFF Regulations • Significant changes based on input and ideas shared by stakeholders • Calculation of proportionality percentageThree data sources –LCFF targets, prior year expenditures, and statewide implementation percentage • Clarification of “districtwide, countywide, charterwide, schoolwide”Threshold and explanation • Oversight and assignment of assistance by county offices of education for districts

  3. SCOPE • All LEAs • LCFF Funds apportioned on the basis of unduplicated pupils • LCAP shall demonstrate how services are provided to meet the needs of unduplicated pupils and improve the performance of all pupils in the state priority areas

  4. Requirements: County Oversight • Review descriptions of services directed towards meeting the goals for unduplicated students in the state priority areas to determine full demonstration of increasing or improving services for unduplicated students • IF the COE does not approve the LCAP the COE shall provide technical assistance to the LEA

  5. Basic Services (Williams) Implementation of Content Standards Parental Involvement Student Achievement Student Engagement School Climate Course Access Other Student Outcomes (COEs Only) 9. Expelled Pupils Coordination of Instruction 10. Foster Youth Coordination of Services Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) – Eight Areas of State Priority

  6. Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) – Eight Areas of State Priority A. Conditions of Learning: • Priority 1Basics: rate of teacher misassignment, student access to standards-aligned instructional materials, and facilities in good repair • Priority 2Implementation of CCSS: implementation of standards for all students, including ELs • Priority 7: Course access: student enrollment in all required areas of studyas applicable • Priority 9 and 10: (COEs only) B. Pupil Outcomes: • Priority 4 Student achievement: performance on standardized tests, score on API, share of students that are college and career ready, share of ELs that become English proficient, EL reclassification rate, share of students that pass AP exams with 3 or higher, share of students determined prepared for college by the Early Assessment Program (EAP) • Priority 8 Other student outcomes: other indicators of performance in required areas of study C. Pupil Engagement: • Priority 3 Parent involvement: efforts to seek parent input, promotion of parent participation • Priority 5 Student engagement: school attendance rates, chronic absenteeism rates, middle & high school dropout rates, and high school graduations rates • Priority 6 School climate: student suspension rates, student expulsion rates, other local measures including surveys of students, parents and teachers on the sense of safety and school connectedness

  7. LCAP Template • Comprehensive planning tool • Guiding questions for each section • One goal may address multiple priorities • Three Sections • Stakeholder Engagement • Goals and Progress Indicators • Actions, Services and Expenditures

  8. Resources LCFF Web page LCFF Channel LAO Report SCOE Website

  9. Examine all shifts together to create a whole picture of education.