What is the LCAP? - Tehama County Department of Education

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Education Code
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 Section 52060 – 52077
 52060 “On or before July 1, 2014 the governing
board of each school district shall adopt a local
control and accountability plan using a
template adopted by the state board.”
 52066 “On or before July 1, 2014 each county
superintendent of schools shall develop, and
present to the county board of education for
adoption, a local control and accountability
plan using a template adopted by the state
board.”
What is the LCAP?
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 The Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) is
an important component of the Local Control
Funding Formula (LCFF).
 Under the LCFF all LEAs are required to prepare
an LCAP, which describes how they intend to
meet annual goals for all pupils, with specific
activities to address state and local priorities
identified.
LCAP
LCFF
LCAP
Tehama County
Department of Education
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District
Services and
School
Services
Curriculum
Services
SERRF
Preschool
“To provide a
world class
education for all
students from early
childhood to
adulthood.”
Prevention
Svcs.
Instructional
Technology
Special Schools
and Programs
Administration
Bus,, HR, Trans..M&O
Then and Now

Past
Present
 Programs generated
funding that was specific
and created gaps
 Cuts in public education
 Operate in silos and
isolation
 Create plans for
compliance rather than
purpose
 Difficult to know if $ made
a difference
 Funding generates
opportunity to
restore/improve services for
all students.
 Opportunity to build and
strengthen commitments we
have on behalf of students.
 Make transparent
investments with our
resources under new finance
system.
 Complimentary
relationship exists.
Steps Along the Way
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*Making Community Wide
Commitments and Seek Input
*Establish/Review Goals
*Adopt, Monitor and Revise Plan
*Provide Supports
Making Community Wide Commitments and
Seek Input
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Parent advisory groups
Business partners and community collaborative
Establish /Review Goals

How do our goals align with our overall
county mission statement?
In what ways will they restore or increase
services for students?
What else is needed?
Adopt, Monitor and Revise
Plan

 If plans are meaningful they will need to be
monitored, revised and understood by all.
 Revisions throughout the year are possible.
Provide Supports

 Technical assistance and feedback
 Seek clarification
INFORMATION FOR SCHOOL
DISTRICTS
LOCAL CONTROL ACCOUNTABILITY
PLAN OVERVIEW
When Will They Be Required?

The governing board of each LEA shall adopt an
LCAP on or before July 1, 2014. The law requires the
SBE to adopt the LCAP template for LEA use before
March 31, 2014.
What Needs To Be Included
On The LCAP?
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Course
Access
Student
Achievement
School
Climate
Student
Engagement
AREAS
Eight OF
Areas of
Parental
STATE
Involvement
State
Priority
PRIORITY
Other Student
Outcomes
Implementation
of CCSS
Basic
Services
How Districts Measure Success
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STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT
PERFORMANCE ON STANDARDIZED TESTS
SCORE ON API
% OF STUDENTS COLLEGE AND CAREER READY
% OF ENGLISH LEARNERS THAT BECOME
PROFICIENT IN ENGLISH.
• % OF STUDENTS THAT PASS AP EXAMS W/”3” OR
HIGHER.
• % OF STUDENTS DETERMINED PREPARED FOR
COLLEGE BY THE EARLY ASSESSMENT PROGRAM
•
•
•
•
How Districts Measure Success Cont.
STUDENT ENGAGEMENT
•
•
•
•
•
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SCHOOL ATTENDANCE RATES
CHRONIC ABSENTEEISM RATES
MIDDLE SCHOOL DROPOUT RATES
HIGH SCHOOL DROPOUT RATES
HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION RATES
OTHER STUDENT OUTCOMES
•
OTHER INDICATORS OF STUDENT PERFORMANCE IN
REQUIRED AREAS OF STUDY. MAY INCLUDE
PERFORMANCE ON OTHER EXAMS.
How Districts Measure Success Cont.
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SCHOOL CLIMATE
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STUDENT SUSPENSION RATES
STUDENT EXPULSION RATES
OTHER LOCAL MEASURES
PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT
•
•
EFFORTS TO SEEK PARENT INPUT
PROMOTION OF PARENTAL PARTICIPATION.
How Districts Measure Success Cont.
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BASIC SERVICES
 RATE OF TEACHER MISASSIGNMENT
 STUDENT ACCESS TO STANDARDS-ALIGNED
INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS
 FACILITIES IN GOOD REPAIR.
IMPLEMENTATION OF CCSS
 IMPLEMENTATION OF CCSS FOR ALL STUDENTS (ALL MEANS
“ALL”.)
How Districts Measure Success Cont.

COURSE ACCESS
•
STUDENT ACCESS AND ENROLLMENT IN ALL REQUIRED
AREAS OF STUDY.
Timeline for
Implementation
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 Jan. 31, 2014 - SBE adopts regulations for use of supplemental
and concentration grant funds.
 March 31, 2014 – SBE adopts LCAP template.
 July 1, 2014 – School Districts must adopt their LCAP for 2014-15.
 October 8, 2014 – County office of education must approve or
make recommendations regarding each school district’s LCAP.
 July 1, 2015 – School districts must adopt their LCAP annual
update.
 October 1, 2015 – SBE must adopt 3 evaluation rubrics for LCAPs.
 July 1, 2016 – School districts must adopt their LCAP annual
update.
Role Clarification
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 Meet the needs of students in your district and
Tehama County.
Summary

In summary, under the requirements for LCAP, school
districts are required to:
 Adopt LCAPs that include annual goals for all pupils,
incorporate state priorities, and are updated each
year.
 Present LCAP to the parent advisory committee and
English Learner parent advisory for review, and
provide the public an opportunity to comment on
the plan.
 Use the template adopted by SBE to develop the
school district’s LCAP and post it on the school
district’s Internet Web site.
 File the LCAP with the County Superintendent of
Schools for review and approval.
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November
LCAP PURPOSE AND OVERVIEW
December
DEPARTMENT VISION/GOAL SETTING
January
LCFF GUIDELINES OUT
February
GATHER EVIDENCE
March
LCAP TEMPLATE OUT
April
BEGIN WRITING
May
COMMUNITY FORUM – “EXPECT MORE
TEHAMA”
June
July
LCAP BOARD OVERVIEW
LCAP ADOPTION AND SUBMIT TO COUNTY
August
RESPONSE
September
POST
October
DUE TO STATE
Local Control Funding Formula
Overview
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http://www.cde.ca.gov/fg/aa/lc/lcffoverview.asp
http://lcff.wested.org/
http://www.sscal.com/tools_resources.cfm

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