2017 - 2020 LCAP Summary
(Preliminary Renewal Petition language for submission for charter renewal 2021 - 2026)
What is an LCAP?
The LCAP is a three-year plan that describes the goals, actions, services, and expenditures to support positive student outcomes that address state and local priorities. ... Goals and Actions. Increased or Improved Services for Foster Youth, English Learners, and Low-income students.
Why is the LCAP important?
The LCAP was established in 2013 under a state law called the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF). ... Community input is important because parents, students and stakeholders can use the LCAP process to advocate for funds to meet their specific school site needs, such as additional counselors, programs and tutors.
What is the LCAP survey?
The LCAP is a critical part of the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF), which requires school districts to gather input from students, teachers, parents, community members, and public agencies to determine the goals, actions, and budget priorities for the district.
What is the difference between LCFF and LCAP?
Under LCFF, California has shifted the responsibility to the school districts and charters for how the money will be spent. ... Working with stakeholders, the LCAP outlines actions and services that will lead to attainment of the district goals and eight priorities for all students.
What can LCFF funds be used for?
LCFF allows funds to be spent for any educational purpose but requires districts to develop Local Control and Accountability Plans (LCAPs) that detail district goals and document how districts plan to measure their progress toward those goals.