What is the Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP)?
The LCAP is an important component of the Local Control Funding Formula. Under the LCFF all LEAs are required to prepare an LCAP, which describes how they intend to meet annual goals for all pupils, with specific activities to address state and local priorities identified pursuant to EC Section 52060(d).
What are the 8 state priorities that must be addressed in the LCAP?
State Educational Priorities for LCFF (California Ed Code 52060)
1. Basic Services
a. Appropriately assigned teachers
b. Access to standards aligned instructional material
c. Facilities are maintained and in good repair
2. Implementation of California State Standards
3. Parental Involvement
a. Seek Parent Input
b. Promote Parent Participation
4. Student Achievement
a. Performance on Standardized Tests
b. API scores
c. College A- G and Career Readiness
d. English Learners moving towards English Proficient
e. English Language Reclassification Rates
f. Advanced Placement Pass Rate
g. Participation and college preparedness in the Early Assessment Program
5. Student Engagement
a. Attendance Rates
b. Chronic Absenteeism Rate
c. High School Dropout Rate
d. High School Graduation Rate
6. School Climate
a. Pupil Suspension Rate
b. Pupil Expulsion Rate
7. Course Access
8. Other Student Outcomes
a. Pupil Outcomes in English, Math, Social Sciences, Science, Visual and Performing Arts, Health, and PE
Who approves the LCAP and for how long?
By July 1 of each year, the governing board of each school district shall adopt a local control and accountability plan (LCAP) using a template adopted by the State Board, effective for three years with annual updates. It will include the LEA’s annual goals for all pupils and for each subgroup in regard to eight state priorities and any local priorities, as well as the plans for implementing actions to achieve those goals.
What are the current goals in South Pasadena Unified’s LCAP?
Goal 1: Enable Greater Achievement for All Students
Goal 2: Offer State-of-the-Art Curriculum & Instruction
Goal 3: Provide Parent Engagement Opportunities
Goal 4: Provide Facilities that Support Educational Excellence
What is the timeline for revision of the LCAP each year?
Time of Year
Leadership Team Annual Update Review and Input Sessions
SSC Review and Input Sessions
TASP Stakeholder Annual Update Review and Input Session
CSEA Stakeholder Annual Update Review and Input Session
Student Advisory Committee Annual Update Review and Input Session
Parent Advisory Committee (PAC) Annual Update Review and Input Sessions
DELAC Annual Update Review and Input Sessions
1st June Board Meeting: Public Hearing at Board Meeting with First Draft. The public has the opportunity to provide comments about the LCAP: its goals, actions, and expenditures.
2nd June Board Meeting: Final Draft Review and Approval