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Local Control Accountability Plan. STAKEHOLDER FORUMS NOVEMBER – DECEMBER 2013. Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF). The Local Control Funding Formula is California’s new school finance model to allocate funding from the state to local school districts.

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local control accountability plan

Local Control Accountability Plan

STAKEHOLDER FORUMS

NOVEMBER – DECEMBER 2013

local control funding formula lcff
Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF)
  • The Local Control Funding Formula is California’s new school finance model to allocate funding from the state to local school districts.
  • In the past, funds were allocated to specific purposes. Local districts had very little discretion in how to use the funds.
what is different
What Is Different?
  • The LCAP provides districts with greater discretion in allocating state funding.
  • The LCAP provides additional dollars for low-income children, English learners, and foster youth.
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Local Control Accountability Plan
  • Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) is a plan adopted by the district, in concert with the adoption of the budget.
  • The plan is to be focused on District goals and actions to improve student performance.
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Local Control Accountability Plan
  • The LCAP reflects the goals that will be pursued based on the 8 state priorities outlined in the LCFF legislation, along with any locally adopted priorities.
  • The LCAP is to be created after input has been obtained from stakeholders including students, parents, teachers, and staff.
eight state priorities that must be included in lcap
Eight State Priorities That Must Be Included in LCAP
  • Student Achievement (1,3,4,5)
  • Student Engagement (3,4,5)
  • Student Outcomes (2,4,5)
  • School Climate (4,5)
  • Parental Involvement (5)
  • Basic Services
  • Implementation of Common Core State Standards (2,3,4,5)
  • Course Access (3,4,5)
lcap development adoption process
LCAP Development & Adoption Process
  • Gather input from stakeholders
  • Develop proposed plan
    • Present proposed plan to parent advisory committee for review and comment
    • Solicit recommendations and comments from the public in a hearing
    • Solicit written comment on proposed plan from public
    • Respond in writing to comments of parents advisory committee
  • Adopt plan in public hearing
  • Submitplan to County for review and approval.
cvusd strategic plan goals
CVUSD Strategic Plan Goals
  • The Board of Educatoin adopted the 2014-2017Strategic Plan on November 7 and goals are:
  • Each student will gain at least one proficiency level each year as the result of highly skilled instruction and the use of instructional technology.
  • All students receive skilled instruction based on the common core standards, which will lead to graduation and success in college and career.
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CVUSD Strategic Plan Goals
  • High school students will have the opportunity to participate in one of two well-developed pathways.
  • All students and staff will possess the 21st century skills required to access and use appropriate technology to increase student academic achievement.
  • Students, parents, staff and the community will receive ongoing and timely communication through a variety of formats.
capturing your perspective
Capturing Your Perspective
  • Three 20 minute rounds.
  • Rotate to new table.
  • Jot your thoughts as you talk!
  • Your perspective and advice – What are your 3-5 top priority LCAP ideas?
three options to choose from on how to serve high needs students
Three Options To Choose From on How to Serve High Needs Students
  • At this time, the proposed regulations require districts to choose one of the three ways to satisfy the requirement of providing increased services or programs:

Spend more: demonstrated by increasing funding spent

on high needs students

Provide more: demonstrated through added or

improved services for high needs students

Achieve more: demonstrated through annual growth on

the state priorities for high needs students