LCFF and LCAP Overview - DAC - Jurupa Unified School District

Report
LCFF Funding and LCAP Shift
Overview
District Advisory Committee (DAC)
Meeting
February 27, 2014
California Invests in Education
Budget Continues to Invest in Education
(Proposition 98 Dollars in Billions)
$75.0
$69.6
$70.0
$67.0
$64.5
$65.0
$60.0
$61.6
$58.3
$56.6
$56.8
$55.0
$50.0
$47.2
$45.0
$40.0
2007-08
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
Proposed
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2015-16
Estimated
2016-17
2017-18
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Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF)
Supplemental (20% x % eligible)
Concentration (50% x % eligible above 55%=25% for Jurupa)
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An Example of Gap Funding Per ADA
$192M Target 2020/21
Supplemental/
Concentration
Dollars per ADA
$145M
(28% proposed)
$127M
Total Gap
Supplemental/
Concentration
(12%)
Supplemental/
Concentration
Base Grant
Base
Grant
Base
Grant
2013-14
Funding
Target
2014-15
Funding
Supplemental and
Concentration Grants
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Base Grant
Complete Mind Shift of Governance and Planning
Empowerment Model
Community Involvement
Policy
Funding
Local Board Sets Policy
State Provides Funding
LCAP Implementation
Program Rules
Results Reported to Public
Local Board Implementation
Board
Revises Policy
School Site Performance
Focus on
Students
Audits and Compliance Reviews
Student Achievement
Compliance Model
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A New Way of Thinking
Focused on Outcomes
Student
Outcomes
What are our
expectations for
students?
What programs
and services are
achieving
desired results?
Goals &
Actions
Planning &
Assessment
What are our
achievement goals
and what must we
do to improve the
conditions of
learning, increase
engagement, and
improve school
climate?
Funding &
Implementation
What can we
accomplish in
three years?
How will we
measure our
progress?
Based on the
resources
available,
what actions
and activities
will we
implement
next year?
Program
Decisions
LCAP Requirements
• Three year plan, annually updated
• The LCAP must:
– Identify goals based on the 8 state priorities for all students, “numerically
significant subgroups”, students with disabilities, and eligible students
– List annual actions that the district will implement in accomplishing the goal
– Describe expenditures in support of the annual actions and where they can
be found in the district’s budget
• The LCAP is intended to be a comprehensive plan
– Single Plan for Student Achievement/School Plan must align with the LCAP
– LCAP may reference and describe actions and expenditures of other plans
• LCFF spending regulations require districts to increase or improve services for
eligible pupils in proportion to the increase in the funds apportioned to
supplemental and concentration grants and to demonstrate proportionality in
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the LCAP
Three Categories for Planning Purposes
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LCAP template groups the eight state priorities into three
categories for planning purposes
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2
Conditions of
Learning
Priority 1 – Basic Conditions
Priority 2 – Implementation
of CCSS
Priority 7 - Course Access
Pupil Outcomes
Priority 4 – Pupil
Achievement
Priority 8 – Other Pupil
Outcomes
3
Engagement
Priority 3 – Parent
Involvement
Priority 5 – Pupil
Engagement
Priority 6 - School Climate
“Engagement”
• District outlined districtwide initiatives and
available data sources.
• Identified an “Essential Question” based on
data requirements.
• Identified “Data” points that could be used to
support Essential Question.
• Number off into Three Group
• List Site-Based Needs to support Priority 3, 5,
and 6
LCAP Timeline
Begin needs
assessment
now
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2
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March - April
May 5 – June 16
LCAP draft
Commence public
comment period and
hold public hearing
3
4
5
By March 15
By April 30
By June 30
Involve parents,
school personnel,
pupils and bargaining
groups in plan
development
Inform parent
advisory groups
and other
stakeholders and
respond in writing
to comments
Adopt LCAP
and District
budget
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