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1 Long Beach Unified School District Local Control Funding Formula August 28, 2013

2 Local Control Funding Formula Arguments for a new formula. Current system –Is too complex –Is not tied to student demographics –Is largely state-controlled –Lacks appropriate accountability measures.

3 Local Control Funding Formula Based on research that suggests three critical components of any weighted student formula: –Students living in poverty –Students who are English Language Learners –Additional funding if there is a concentration of needy students. Tipping point is 50% of population

4 Local Control Funding Formula English Language Learners

5 Local Control Funding Formula Students Living in Poverty

6 Local Control Funding Formula LCFF allocates $2.1 billion in additional funding to school districts and charter school. Plan is anticipated to be implemented over several years (eight years is based on current estimates). State economy may dictate a longer implementation period. Target for “Full Implementation” has been determined for each California school district and charter school. Combines Revenue Limit and 42 Categoricals into one revenue stream.

7 Most State Categorical Programs Rolled into LCFF Remaining State Categoricals include: –Special Education –After School Education & Safety –Lottery –Quality Education and Investment Act –Child Nutrition –Preschool Add-ons to LCFF include: –Transportation –Targeted Instruction Improvement Block Grant State Categoricals rolled into LCFF: –Economic Impact Aid –All Tier III Categoricals, including: Instructional Materials Arts and Music BG School and Library Improvement BG Gifted and Talented Education Deferred Maintenance

8 Most State Categorical Programs Rolled into LCFF Remaining State Categoricals include: –Special Education –After School Education & Safety –Lottery –Quality Education and Investment Act –Child Nutrition –Preschool Add-ons to LCFF include: –Transportation –Targeted Instruction Improvement Block Grant State Categoricals rolled into LCFF: –Economic Impact Aid –All Tier III Categoricals, including: Instructional Materials Arts and Music BG School and Library Improvement BG Gifted and Talented Education Deferred Maintenance

9 Most State Categorical Programs Rolled into LCFF Remaining State Categoricals include: –Special Education –After School Education & Safety –Lottery –Quality Education and Investment Act –Child Nutrition –Preschool Add-ons to LCFF include: –Transportation –Targeted Instruction Improvement Block Grant State Categoricals rolled into LCFF: –Economic Impact Aid –All Tier III Categoricals, including: Instructional Materials Arts and Music BG School and Library Improvement BG Gifted and Talented Education Deferred Maintenance

10 Most State Categorical Programs Rolled into LCFF Remaining State Categoricals include: –Special Education –After School Education & Safety –Lottery –Quality Education and Investment Act –Child Nutrition –Preschool Add-ons to LCFF include: –Transportation –Targeted Instruction Improvement Block Grant State Categoricals rolled into LCFF: –Economic Impact Aid –All Tier III Categoricals, including: Instructional Materials Arts and Music BG School and Library Improvement BG Gifted and Talented Education Deferred Maintenance

11 Local Control Funding Formula Base Grant allows for differences in Grade Spans –K-3 Funding: $6,845 per ADA –Grades 4-6: $6,947 per ADA –Grades 7-8: $7,154 per ADA –Grades 9-12: $8,289 per ADA Provides “Add-On” for additional programs –10.4% additional in Grades K-3 for class-size reduction –2.6% additional in Grades 9-12 for career tech ed. Provides a Supplemental and Concentration Grant for disadvantaged students. Targets are increased each year by COLA (1.565% in ).

12 Local Control Funding Formula Base Grant Grades K-3: $6,845 + $712 Grades 4-6: $6,947 Grades 7-8: $7,154 Grades 9-12: $8,289 + $216 Supplemental Grant Concentration Grant Additional 20 % of the Base Grant Additional 50 % of the Base Grant “Students in Need”

13 Local Control Funding Formula Base Grant $7,154 Supplemental Grant Concentration Grant $7,154 + $1,431 = $8,585 $7,154 + $1,431 + $3,577 = $12,165

14 Local Control Funding Formula Effect of Concentration Grant Increase due to Supplemental Funding Increase due to Supplemental AND Concentration Funding LBUSD % of EL/LI Students

15 Class Size Reduction Requires each school site to maintain an average class size from Kindergarten to Grade 3 of 24:1 by full implementation of LCFF Exception: If alternative ratio is agreed to in collective bargaining agreement

16 Implementation of LCFF

17 Target at Full Implementation Revenue Limit plus Categorical Funding NEED

18 Implementation of LCFF After Year One of Implementation Target at Full Implementation Revenue Limit plus Categorical Funding ADJUSTED NEED

19 Implementation of LCFF After Year Two of Implementation Target at Full Implementation Revenue Limit plus Categorical Funding ADJUSTED NEED

20 Implementation of LCFF After Year Three of Implementation Target at Full Implementation Revenue Limit plus Categorical Funding ADJUSTED NEED

21 Implementation of LCFF After Year Eight of Implementation FULL IMPLEMENTATION Revenue Limit plus Categorical Funding

22 Full Implementation Funding Los Angeles County Districts Median $10,700 Average $10,671

23 Full Implementation Funding Los Angeles County Districts Long Beach Unified 68.10% FRM $10,915

24 Full Implementation Funding Orange County Districts LA County Schools Median $10,700 Orange County Schools Median $10,019

25 Effect of LCFF on LBUSD’s Projected Unrestricted Fund Balance (in millions)

26 Accountability Local Control and Accountability Plan Areas of State Priority Student Achievement Other Student Outcomes Parental Involvement Common Core State Standards Student Engagement School Climate Basic Services (Williams) Access to a Broad Curriculum

27 Accountability Local Control and Accountability Plan Areas of State Priority Student Achievement Other Student Outcomes Parental Involvement Common Core State Standards Student Engagement School Climate Basic Services (Williams) Access to a Broad Curriculum

28 Accountability Local Control and Accountability Plan Student Engagement School Attendance Rates High School Graduation Rates High School Dropout Rates Chronic Absenteeism Rates Middle School Dropout Rates

29 Accountability Local Control and Accountability Plan Areas of State Priority Student Achievement Other Student Outcomes Parental Involvement Common Core State Standards Student Engagement School Climate Basic Services (Williams) Access to a Broad Curriculum

30 Accountability Local Control and Accountability Plan Areas of State Priority Student Achievement Other Student Outcomes Parental Involvement Common Core State Standards Student Engagement School Climate Basic Services (Williams) Access to a Broad Curriculum

31 Accountability Local Control and Accountability Plan Student Achievement

32 Accountability Local Control and Accountability Plan Student Achievement Performance on Standardized Tests % of Students that pass AP Exams with 3 or better English Learner Reclassification Rate % of ELs that become English proficient % of Students that are College and Career Ready Score on Academic Performance Index % of students prepared for college by the EAP

33 Accountability Local Control and Accountability Plan Areas of State Priority Student Achievement Other Student Outcomes Parental Involvement Common Core State Standards Student Engagement School Climate Basic Services (Williams) Access to a Broad Curriculum

34 Accountability Local Control and Accountability Plan Areas of State Priority Student Achievement Other Student Outcomes Parental Involvement Common Core State Standards Student Engagement School Climate Basic Services (Williams) Access to a Broad Curriculum

35 Accountability Local Control and Accountability Plan School Climate

36 Accountability Local Control and Accountability Plan School Climate Student Suspension Rates Other Local Measures Student Expulsion Rates

37 Accountability Local Control and Accountability Plan Areas of State Priority Student Achievement Other Student Outcomes Parental Involvement Common Core State Standards Student Engagement School Climate Basic Services (Williams) Access to a Broad Curriculum

38 Accountability Local Control and Accountability Plan Areas of State Priority Student Achievement Other Student Outcomes Parental Involvement Common Core State Standards Student Engagement School Climate Basic Services (Williams) Access to a Broad Curriculum

39 Accountability Local Control and Accountability Plan Basic Services (Williams)

40 Accountability Local Control and Accountability Plan Basic Services (Williams) Rate of Teacher Misassignment Facilities in Good Repair Student Access to Standards-Aligned Instructional Materials

41 Accountability Local Control and Accountability Plan Areas of State Priority Student Achievement Other Student Outcomes Parental Involvement Common Core State Standards Student Engagement School Climate Basic Services (Williams) Access to a Broad Curriculum

42 Accountability Local Control and Accountability Plan Areas of State Priority Student Achievement Other Student Outcomes Parental Involvement Common Core State Standards Student Engagement School Climate Basic Services (Williams) Access to a Broad Curriculum

43 Accountability Local Control and Accountability Plan Common Core State Standards

44 Accountability Local Control and Accountability Plan Common Core State Standards Implementation of CCSS for all students, including EL

45 Accountability Local Control and Accountability Plan Areas of State Priority Student Achievement Other Student Outcomes Parental Involvement Common Core State Standards Student Engagement School Climate Basic Services (Williams) Access to a Broad Curriculum

46 Accountability Local Control and Accountability Plan Areas of State Priority Student Achievement Other Student Outcomes Parental Involvement Common Core State Standards Student Engagement School Climate Basic Services (Williams) Access to a Broad Curriculum

47 Accountability Local Control and Accountability Plan Access to a Broad Curriculum

48 Accountability Local Control and Accountability Plan Access to a Broad Curriculum Student access and enrollment in all required areas of study

49 Accountability Local Control and Accountability Plan Areas of State Priority Student Achievement Other Student Outcomes Parental Involvement Common Core State Standards Student Engagement School Climate Basic Services (Williams) Access to a Broad Curriculum

50 Accountability Local Control and Accountability Plan Areas of State Priority Student Achievement Other Student Outcomes Parental Involvement Common Core State Standards Student Engagement School Climate Basic Services (Williams) Access to a Broad Curriculum

51 Accountability Local Control and Accountability Plan Parental Involvement

52 Accountability Local Control and Accountability Plan Parental Involvement Efforts to seek parent input Promotion of parental participation

53 Accountability Local Control and Accountability Plan Areas of State Priority Student Achievement Other Student Outcomes Parental Involvement Common Core State Standards Student Engagement School Climate Basic Services (Williams) Access to a Broad Curriculum

54 Accountability Local Control and Accountability Plan Areas of State Priority Student Achievement Other Student Outcomes Parental Involvement Common Core State Standards Student Engagement School Climate Basic Services (Williams) Access to a Broad Curriculum

55 Accountability Local Control and Accountability Plan Other Student Outcomes

56 Accountability Local Control and Accountability Plan Other Student Outcomes Other indicators of student performance in required areas of study. May include performance on other exams.

57 Accountability Local Control and Accountability Plan Areas of State Priority Student Achievement Other Student Outcomes Parental Involvement Common Core State Standards Student Engagement School Climate Basic Services (Williams) Access to a Broad Curriculum

58 Steps in Adopting and Updating the LCAP Consult Present Solicit Input Adopt

59 Steps in Adopting and Updating the LCAP Consult Present Solicit Input Adopt While developing the plan for the upcoming fiscal year, the District shall consult with: Teachers Principals Administrators Other School Personnel Parents Pupils

60 Steps in Adopting and Updating the LCAP Consult Present Solicit Input Adopt Before adoption, the superintendent shall present the LCAP or annual update to: Parent Advisory Committee English Learner Parent Adv. Comm. The superintendent must respond in writing to the comments received. Individual School Plans must be aligned to priorities in LCAP

61 Steps in Adopting and Updating the LCAP Consult Present Solicit Input Adopt Members of the public must be given notice of the opportunity to submit written comments regarding the actions and expenditures proposed to be included in the LCAP. The superintendent must respond in writing to the comments received. Board must hold at least one public meeting prior to adoption.

62 Steps in Adopting and Updating the LCAP Consult Present Solicit Input Adopt Adoption of LCAP at the same meeting as adoption of annual budget. Submitted to LACOE for approval. LCAP must be posted on District’s website LACOE will post LBUSD’s LCAP, or a link to our website

63 Summary of LCFF Will provide an additional $19M in funding to LBUSD in Full implementation will likely take eight or more years More flexibility in use of funds; more accountability to local stakeholders

64 Cautions about LCFF Funding for the LCFF beyond seven years is uncertain –Sales Tax component of Prop 30 is for 4 years –Income Tax component of Prop 30 is for 7 years There is no requirement for the State to fund the LCFF in any specific time frame. Structural Deficit still remains ($20+M) The economy runs in cycles. It is unlikely that California will have 11 consecutive years of “recovery”.


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