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LOCAL CONTROL
FUNDING FORMULA (LCFF)
&
LOCAL CONTROL
ACCOUNTABILITY PLAN (LCAP)
LEGISLATURE ENACTED AB 97 - LCFF
AB 97, as amended by SB 91 and SB 97 enacted LCFF
Equity & additional resources for students with greater needs:
 Low-income students
 English learners
 Foster youth
Local Decision-Making
Accountability
Transparency
Budget Alignment with Accountability Plan
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FLEXIBILITY VS. TARGETING
It’s the Local Control Funding Formula!
But, it also targets funding to specific student characteristics and needs
Both flexibility and resource “equity” are core tenets of the LCFF and both are
supported by research and practice
State Board tasked with maintaining the right balance
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LCFF Funds No More Restrictive Than Title I (E.C.
42238.07) – “Currently a Debated Topic at SBE”
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LOCAL CONTROL FUNDING FORMULA
(LCFF)
LCFF simply gets us to a target of 2007/08 funding over an eight year period.
There will be many disparities among different districts.
Comparability with other districts will be difficult to determine as some districts
receive significantly more and others significantly less.
Each District needs to determine what they can afford to remain solvent.
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STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
REVIEW TIMELINE
LCFF
LCAP
Jan 1, 2014
Jan 30, 2014
Updated standards & criteria for
use by LEAs in the adoption of
local budgets (E.C. 33127).
Align with LCAP requirements.
Public School Accountability Act
Advisory Committee (PSAA)
recommendations regarding the
API,
Jan 31, 2014
Spending regulations that clarify
how expenditures should be
managed to demonstrate
compliance.
March 31, 2014
LCAP templates
Oct 1, 2015
LCAP Evaluation rubrics that
provide a “holistic multidimensional
assessment” (E.C. 52064.5)
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LOCAL CONTROL
ACCOUNTABILITY PLAN (LCAP)
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Student Engagement
8 LCAP
PRIORITIES
Student Achievement
Other Student Outcomes
School Climate
Parent Involvement
Credentials/
Materials
Implementation of Common
Core Standards
Course Access
8 LCAP PRIORITIES
PRIORITY AREA
Credentials/Materials
DEFINITION
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Compliance with Williams Criteria
Instructional Materials
Teacher Credentials & Assignments
Facilities
Common Core State Standards (CCSS) • Implementation of CCSS
• EL Access to CCSS
• ELD Standards
Parental Involvement
• Efforts to seek parent input on
district and school decisions
• Promotion of parental participation
in programs for unduplicated pupils
and students with exceptional
needs
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8 LCAP PRIORITIES CONTINUED…
PRIORITY AREA
Pupil Achievement
DEFINITION
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Statewide Assessments
API
Completion of A-G Requirements
CTE Sequences & AP Courses
EL Progress Towards Proficiency
College Preparation
Pupil Engagement
• Attendance, Dropout, & Graduation Rates
School Climate
• Suspension & Expulsion Rates
• Etc.
Course Access
• Access to a broad course of study in specified
subject areas for all students, including
subgroups & special needs
Other Student Outcomes
• Pupil outcomes in specified subject areas
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LCAP TEMPLATE
E D ITA B LE T E M PLAT E
FO R M AT
Can be downloaded &
posted on your LEA
website
Organized into sections
with guiding questions
for analysis, data, &
findings
Online tool to pre-populate
data
GUIDING PRINCIPALS
Simple: Avoids plan duplication &
non-essential information
Transparent: Necessary
information to demonstrate
how LCFF funding supports
student performance
outcomes
Local: Contextual sharing of local
story
Performance-Focused:
Emphasizes student
performance outcomes
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SAMPLE LCAP CONTENT DESCRIPTION
TEMPLATE – “DRAFT”
Element – Purpose
Instructions & Guiding
Questions
Other Considerations
Stakeholder
Engagement
Needs Analysis
Goals
Performance
Services
Budget Information
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LCFF & LCAP DEFINITION OF SERVICES
Includes, but are not limited to, services associated with the delivery of instruction,
administration, facilities, technology, and other general infrastructure necessary to
operate & deliver educational instruction & related services
(E.C. 42238.07).
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LCAP DEVELOPMENT PROCESS
I N VO LV E M E N T
The Board of Trustees must
consult with:
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Teachers
Principals
School Personnel
Pupils
Local Bargaining Groups
Present for Review &
Comment:
 Parent Advisory Committees
 Superintendent must respond in
writing to comments received
TRANSPARENCY
Notify public of written
comment opportunity
Public meetings throughout
the District boundaries
Hold 2 Public Hearings:
 Recommendations & Comments
 1 at Budget public hearing
 Reminder – 1 Public Hearing is
also required for the one-time
CCSS funds
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LOCAL CONTROL ACCOUNTABILITY PLAN TIMELINE
Action Steps
1.
DSLT Meeting
Educate & Consult w/ Stakeholders on LCFF &
LCAP
2.
Date
Jan. 28, 2014
DSLT Meeting
Create Sub-Committees based on 8
Priorities:
- Teachers, Principals, Staff, Pupils, Bargaining Groups
- Parent Advisory Committee
DELAC/SAC/SSC
3. DSLT Meeting
Analyze Student Achievement Data & Existing
Program Services
Review LCAP Template
4. DSLT Meeting
Establish LCAP Goals
5. DSLT Meeting
Align LCAP Goals w/ Budget
Review/Revise Draft of LCAP
6. Publish on District Website LCAP Draft & Written
Comment Opportunity
7. 2 Public Hearings
May = LCAP draft
June = Final LCAP
Feb. 24, 2014
March 6, 2014
March 27, 2014
April 8, 2014
April 24, 2014
May 9, 2014
May 19, 2014
May 14, 2014
June 18, 2014
COUNTY & STATE OVERSIGHT OF
SCHOOL DISTRICT LCAP PROGRESS
County Office of Education
 Aug 15 – Districts Send COE
LCAP
 Oct 8 – COE Approves District
LCAP or…
State Superintendent of
Public Instruction
Intervention IF…
 District fails to improve
outcomes for 3 or more
subgroups 3 out of 4
consecutive years THEN…
 Identifies strengths &
weaknesses
 Appoint academic trustee
 Assigns academic expert/team
 Stay & rescind Board action
 Requests SPI assign the
California Collaborative for
Educational Excellence (CCEE) to
provide assistance
 Impose budget revisions
 Make changes to LCAP
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