About Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP)
In January 2012, Governor Brown’s budget proposed replacing most of California’s complex formulas with a weighted student formula. This concept was included in the 2013 budget as the Local Control Funding Formula or LCFF, which when fully implemented will allocate educational funds based on specific student needs and will allow maximum flexibility at the local level.
As part of the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF), school districts, COEs, and charter schools are required to develop, adopt, and annually update a three-year Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP).
The plan must describe the overall vision for students, annual goals and strategic actions needed to achieve the goals. In formulating the plan, each school district/county office must engage parents, employees, educators and the community in developing these plans.
The LCAP must demonstrate how the budget ensures alignment of projected spending and services to support the achievement of the goals. Each year the plan must provide data on how well the plan meets the overall goals and the goals for each numerically significant student subgroup.
Priorities and Accountability
The LCAP must include a description of:
- The district’s annual goals, for all students and for each subgroup, for each of the State priority areas and any additional local priorities areas; and
- The specific actions and strategies the district will use to achieve those goals.
The State has identified the following eight priority areas:
- Student Achievement
- Student Engagement
- Other Student Outcomes
- School Climate
- Parent Involvement
- Implementation of Academic Standards, including a focus on English Learners
- Course Access
- Basic Services, including facilities, qualified teachers, and instructional materials
Examples of measures that could be included in the LCAP out rates, performance on State and local assessments, English learner reclassification rate, percentage of students passing AP and IB exams, SAT participation and scores, attendance rates, suspension and expulsion rates, levels of parent participation and satisfaction, reports on facilities and availability of instructional materials, rate of teacher misalignment, level of implementation of CCSS, and student access and enrollment in college prep classes.
2017-2018 Draft RUSD LCAP Document
Please click here for LCAP document
RUSD LCAP Development Overview
LCAP Board of Education Meeting Updates
|Board of Education Meeting LCAP Program Update - Jan 17, 2017||Board of Education Meeting LCAP Advisory Committee Recommendations - Apr. 11, 2017|
Please click here to view the Redlands Unified School District LCAP Budget Update Summary.