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. The LCAP provides an opportunity for local educational agencies (LEAs) to share their stories of how, what, and why programs and services are selected to meet their local needs. All required components of the plan must be posted as one document using a template, which links below.
The components of the LCAP for the 2022–2023 LCAP year must be posted as one document assembled in the following order:
LCFF Budget Overview for Parents
Supplement to the Annual Update to the 2021–22 LCAP
Engaging Educational Partners
Goals and Actions
Increased or Improved Services for Foster Youth, English Learners, and Low-income students
The Budget Overview for Parents is a document that describes a district’s, or Local Educational Agency’s (LEA’s), revenues and expenses, especially as they pertain to Local Control Funding Formula and money targeted to support low-income students, English learners, foster and homeless youth. As much as is possible, the document should use language and graphs that all readers are able to understand.
In July 2021, Assembly Bill 130 was signed into law which prohibits the publication of state indicators on the 2021 Dashboard and requires reporting of specific state and local data. Therefore, the 2021 CA Dashboard will include:
Local educational agency (LEA) and school details (e.g., LEA/school address)
Student population data (e.g., enrollment data)
Local Indicator data without performance determinations (i.e. Met, Not Met, Not Met for Two or More Years)
A link to DataQuest or a CDE web page that reports available valid and reliable data collected in the California Longitudinal Pupil Achievement Data System (CALPADS ) that would have been included in the 2021 Dashboard (e.g. Graduation Rate, Chronic Absenteeism)
This virtual learning session focused on meaningful engagement with educational partners as a critical component of the strategic planning process. Participants will examine their current practices for collaborating with families and their communities and explore effective approaches to engage educational partners with a focus on student learning.
The session focused on:
Developing strategies and tools to overcome the challenges to engaging underserved and underrepresented families
Creating systemic conditions to foster authentic family and community engagement
Engaging families through trusting relationships with a connection to student learning
Building the capacity of families and educators to do work in partnership
This virtual learning session will focus on the use of data to drive the development of school plans and the implementation of actions. Participants will examine the data that is available and explore strategies for building knowledge and skills to use data to promote equity.
This session will focus on:
Clarifying expectations for the use of data to support the development of a data culture
Identifying state and local data that is available to measure progress toward LCAP goals
Making meaning of data to inform current practice and explore areas of inequity
Preparing and presenting data that is relevant and accessible to all families
This virtual learning session will focus on examining planned actions and their impact on progress toward goals and student outcomes. Participants will evaluate the design of actions, the effectiveness of actions, and the students the actions are intended to serve.
This session will focus on:
Using metrics and Year 2 Outcome data to analyze the effectiveness of goals and planned actions
Considering and prioritizing the needs of unduplicated pupils when developing and implementing actions
Revising goals and planned actions and documenting changes in the 2023-24 LCAP
Designing actions that identify who is the conducting the action, which students are receiving the service, and what outcomes are expected
SBCEO has planned an in-person meeting to support LEA writing teams as they develop their 2023-24 LCAP.
SBCEO LCAP Leads will review the required elements of the template and share strategies for developing a meaningful and accessible plan. District and charter teams will have the opportunity to revisit their plans and begin writing with support available from SBCEO LCAP Leads.
Topics to Include:
2023-24 LCAP template and statutory requirements
Goal Analysis of the 2022-23 LCAP
Triangulation of metrics, actions, and increased and improved services
Action Tables and the calculation of LCFF Carryover
Other LCAP development resources and support available