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Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) and (LCAP)

Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP)


LCAP 2017-2020: Board Approved Plan


Parent Advisory Group - Comments on LCAP: 2018


Parent Advisory Group - Comments on LCAP: 2017

LCAP 2016-2019: Board Approved Plan

LCAP 2015 - 2018: Board Approved Plan

Parent Advisory Group - Comments on LCAP: 2016

LCAP Information 2015-2016

LCAP Annual Update: 2014

Parent Advisory Group - Comments on LCAP: 2015

Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF): Overview

District LCAP 3 meeting 2-20-2014 16 x 9 smaller.jpgLocal Control Funding Formula (LCFF): Overview

The 2013 – 2014 budget package replaces the previous K–12 finance system with a new Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF). For school districts and charter schools, the LCFF creates base, supplemental, and concentration grants in place of most previously existing K–12 funding streams, including revenue limits and most state categorical programs. For county offices of education (COEs), the LCFF creates separate funding streams for oversight activities and instructional programs.

The 2013 – 2014 Budget Act provides $2.1 billion for school districts and charter schools and $32 million for COEs to support the first-year implementation of the LCFF. Until full implementation, however, local educational agencies (LEAs) will receive roughly the same amount of funding they received in 2012–13 plus an additional amount each year to bridge the gap between current funding levels and the new LCFF target levels. The budget projects the time frame for full implementation of the LCFF to be eight years.  SOURCE: California Department of Education

Articles and Information about LCFF

Articles and Information about LCFF

Approved Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) 2014 - 2017 (.pdf)

LCAP Advisory Committee Overview - Board Presentation (12-12-13) (English.pdf) (Spanish.pdf) (Chinese.pdf)

Community Presentation #3-  Stakeholder Engagement   (2/4/2013) (English.pdf) (Spanish.pdf) (Chinese.pdf)

Community Presentation #2-  How will the LCAP and the Local Education Agency (LEA) Plan work together to support the goal of college and career readiness for all HLPUSD students?
(11/19/2013) (English.pdf) (Spanish.pdf) (Chinese.pdf)

Community Presentation #1- What are the Local Control Funding Formula and Accountability Plan? (10/16/2013) (English.pdf) (Spanish.pdf) (Chinese.pdf)

Local Control Funding Formula Update (9/26/13) (.pdf)

California Upends School Funding to Give Poor Kids a Boost

Beyond Proposition 30: Eight Challenges for California’s Education Future

If K-12 Matters Most, Why Doesn’t State Budget Reflect This?

School Funding Primer: A is for Alligator

The 8 State LCFF Budget Priorities (California School Boards Association)