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The LAUSD's Local Control & Accountability Plan

 
 

The Los Angeles Unified School District would like to gather your input on the draft of District's Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP). We value your opinion and hope you share your thoughts on how we can improve our engagement efforts, materials, goals, and more. Also, let us know how you want to get involved with informing others on the District's goals and priorities. Please share your feedback in our Comments Box below. 
 
 
 
 
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New Releases... 

UPDATE 5/15/17
 
DRAFT LCAP
 
 
The LAUSD has released its annual LCAP Community Feedback Report, an initial analysis of the input received from parents, students, teachers, staff, and community members during the Fall and Spring of 2016-2017 LCAP engagement activities.
 
 
LCAP Scorecard Update
 
LCAP Investment List and Realigned Resources
LAUSD's LCAP Infographics
Take a look at the new LCAP infographics that break down the LCAP into a concise, user-friendly visual document.
 
 Infographic-Eng
 
 
SPN infographic
 

Announcing: Fall 2016 LCAP Community Input Sessions

Check out the Calendar tab to see a list of all LCAP Community Input Sessions being hosted across the Los Angeles Unified School District. Not able to attend an in-person event? View, download, and share the Fall 2016 LCAP Input Session Presentation "Achieving Student Success" and take the LCAP survey using the link above. 
 
LCAP slides  
 

An introduction to LCFF & LCAP

California’s 2013-14 Budget Act approved a new system that greatly simplifies the way schools are funded in California. This new method is known as the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) and represents a major shift in how California school districts were previously funded.
 
For nearly 40 years, California relied on a system that included general purpose funding, known as revenue limits, and more than 40 tightly defined categorical programs to provide state funding to school districts. Under LCFF, California funds school districts, charter schools and county offices of education equally per student, with adjustments based on grade levels and demographic characteristics. Furthermore it requires school districts to develop a Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP), to demonstrate how education funds are used to support students.

Watch an interactive video on LCFF and LCAP 

 
 
LCFF/LCAP Overview
 
To download a pdf. version, click here
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