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Report
Local Control Accountability Plan
(LCAP)
Connecting the Pieces
Presented by
Mary Stires
Director School Support, SCOE
1/21/2014
Objectives for the Day
1. Provide technical assistance and guidance to
districts.
2. Update on LCFF Regulations and LCAP Template
3. Review components of district plans (Strategic,
LEA, EL, Title III, CCSS etc.) and how they align.
4. Planning for the future.
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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
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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
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Key Definitions
• Prior year means one fiscal year immediately
preceding the fiscal year for which an LCAP is
approved
• Improve services means to grow services in
quality
• Increase services means to grow services in
quantity
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Requirements
• Provide evidence in the LCAP to demonstrate
how funding…is used to support unduplicated
pupils as compared to services provided to all
pupils in proportion to the increase in funds
• Conditions under which funds may be
apportioned districtwide, schoolwide,
countywide or charterwide
• County oversight in demonstration of
proportionality
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Requirement: Evidence
• Formula provided in regulations
• Sample scenario provided
• Amount of funds expended in 2013-2014 shall
be no less than the amount of EIA funds the
LEA expended in 2012-2013
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Requirements: Districtwide
– Enrollment of unduplicated students in excess of 55%
• Identify in the LCAP those services being provided on a
districtwide basis
• Describe in the LCAP how such services are directed towards
meeting goals for unduplicated students in the state priority areas
– Enrollment of unduplicated students less than 55%
• Identify in the LCAP those services being provided on a
districtwide basis
• Describe in the LCAP how such services are directed towards
meeting goals for unduplicated students in the state priority areas
• Describe how these services are the most effective use of the
funds to meet the goals of unduplicated pupils in the state priority
areas
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Requirements: Schoolwide
– Enrollment of unduplicated students in excess of 40%
• Identify in the LCAP those services being provided on a schoolwide
basis
• Describe in the LCAP how such services are directed towards
meeting goals for unduplicated students in the state priority areas
– Enrollment of unduplicated students less than 40%
• Identify in the LCAP those services being provided a schoolwide
basis
• Describe in the LCAP how such services are directed towards
meeting goals for unduplicated students in the state priority areas
• Describe how these services are the most effective use of the
funds to meet the goals of unduplicated pupils in the state priority
areas
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Requirements:
Countywide/Charterwide
– Identify in the LCAP those services being provided
a countywide or charterwide basis
– Describe in the LCAP how such services are
directed towards meeting goals for unduplicated
students in the state priority areas
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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
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Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) –
Eight Areas of State Priority
1. Basic Services (Williams)
2. Implementation of Content Standards
3. Parental Involvement
4. Student Achievement
5. Student Engagement
6. School Climate
7. Course Access
8. Other Student Outcomes
(COEs Only)
9. Expelled Pupils Coordination of Instruction
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Foster Youth Coordination of Services
Local Control Accountability Plan
• Encourages telling a story of support, impact,
and improvement
• Emphasis on good planning, communication,
and engagement
• Organization
– Stakeholder Engagement
– Goals and Progress Indicators
– Actions, Services, and Expenditures
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Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) –
Eight Areas of State Priority
A. Conditions of Learning:
• Priority 1 Basics: rate of teacher misassignment, student access to standards-aligned
instructional materials, and facilities in good repair
• Priority 2 Implementation of CCSS: implementation of standards for all students, including
ELs
• Priority 7: Course access: student enrollment in all required areas of study as 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
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school connectedness
Local Educational Agency Plan (LEAP)
Five Performance Goals:
1. All students will reach high standards, at a minimum attaining
proficiency or better in ELA and mathematics by 2013-14.
2. All limited-English-proficient students will become proficient in
English and reach high academic standards, at a minimum attaining
proficiency or better in ELA and mathematics.
3. By 2005-06, all students will be taught by highly-qualified teachers.
4. All students will be educated in learning environments that are safe,
drug-free, and conducive to learning.
5. All students will graduate from high school.
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Title III Plan
• 2A: AMAO 1– Annual Progress Learning English
• 2B: AMAO 2– English Language Proficiency
• 2C: AMAO 3– AYP for EL Subgroup (ELA & math)
• 2D: High-Quality Professional Development
• 2E: Parent and Community Participation
• 2F: Parental Notification
• 2G: Providing High-Quality Instruction and Support to Immigrant
Students
• 5A:
Increasing Graduation Rates
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LEAP and LCAP Alignment
LEAP
LCAP: 8 Areas of State Priority
1. All students will reach high standards, at a
1.
minimum attaining proficiency or better in reading
and mathematics, by 2013-14.
2.
2.
3.
4.
5.
All limited-English-proficient students will
become proficient in English and reach high
academic standards, at a minimum attaining
proficiency or better in reading/language arts and
mathematics.
Student Achievement (Goals 1-2, 5)
Student Engagement (Goal 4-5)
3.
Other Student Outcomes
4.
School Climate (Goals 4-5)
5.
Parental Involvement
6.
Basic Services (Goal 4)
All students will be educated in learning
environments that are safe, drug-free, and
conducive to learning.
7.
Implementation of Content Standards
(Goal 1-2)
All students will graduate from high school.
8.
Course Access (Goal 5)
By 2005-06, all students will be taught by
highly-qualified teachers.
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Title III and LCAP Alignment
Title III – Goals 2 and 5
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2A: AMAO 1 – Annual Progress Learning
English
2B: AMAO 2 – English Language Proficiency
LCAP: 8 Areas of State Priority
1. Student Achievement (Goals 2A-C, and
5A)
2. Student Engagement (Goals 5A)
1. Other Student Outcomes
•
2C: AMAO 3 AYP for EL Subgroup
2. School Climate (Goals 5A)
•
2D: High-Quality Professional Development
•
2E: Parent and Community Participation
1. Basic Services
•
2F: Parental Notification
2. Implementation of Content Standards
(Goal 2D)
•
2G: Providing High-Quality Instruction and
Support to Immigrant Students
3. Course Access (Goal 5A)
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5A:
Increasing Graduation Rates
3. Parental Involvement (Goal 2E)
District
Plan/Objectives
Goal 1
Goal 2
LEA Plan
LCAP
(Federal)
(State)
Goal 3
Goal 4
Goal 5
Title III Plan
EL Master
Plan
Title III Plan
Goals 2A-2G,
and 5
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Increase
Graduation
Rate
So…What are the Pieces?
1.
Comprehensive needs assessment, based on data and information from Stake
Holder Groups, ELSSA, DataQuest,
2.
Revision of the LEA and School Plans, e.g. Title III Plan
3.
4.
5.
6.
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CCSS- ELA and mathematics
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New ELD Standards
Reallocation of resources
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Critical to ensure that revised plans are sustainable and able to be faithfully
implemented.
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Align resources to meet identified needs.
Professional development and support for staff
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Include sufficient professional development and support for staff in the revised plans.
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Is your plan actually “do-able”; don’t fill your plan with great strategies that are
impossible to implement. Plan out over a period of time, e.g. 3 year implementation.
Faithful implementation of the revised plans
Ongoing monitoring, analysis, and support for improvement plans
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LCAP Template
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Comprehensive planning tool
Guiding questions for each section
One goal may address multiple priorities
Three Sections
1. Stakeholder Engagement
2. Goals and Progress Indicators
3. Actions, Services and Expenditures
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Possible Next Steps
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Working groups
Peer review
Engaging stakeholders
Single Plan for Student Achievement
Alignment
• Spring dates
• Other?
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Resources
LCFF Web page
http://www.cde.ca.gov/fg/aa/lc/
LCFF Channel
http://lcff.wested.org/lcff-channel/
LAO Report
http://www.lao.ca.gov/reports/2013/edu/lcff/lcff-072913.pdf
SCOE Website
http://www.stancoe.org/scoe/hum_fisc/business_servs/district_se
rvs/lcff.html.
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• California Department of Education
• Fermín Jaramillo, Curriculum Coordinator, San Bernardino County Superintendent
of Schools. Local Educational Accountability (LEA), Title III, and Local Control
Accountability Plans (LCAP): Connecting the Pieces PPT.
• Merced County Office of Education
• WestEd – Janelle Kubinec
• Stanislaus County Office of Education – Mary Stires, Director, School Support
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