Presentation on theme: "LCAP and Accountability Meeting January 23, 2015"— Presentation transcript:
1 LCAP and Accountability Meeting January 23, 2015 J Jesus ContrerasAccountability and Compliance CoordinatorAccountability – Innovation - ResultsAnne
2 AGENDA 1. LCAP: > Annual Update > Goals; Expenditures; CORE Program2. Accountability:> LCAP; LEAP; SPSA Alignment and Other Plans Alignment> Goals; Expenditures; CORE Program and Federal Revenue (T1)> State and Federal Accountability3. Calendar Updates:> LCAP TimelineGary
3 Resources: Episode 9 and 10 – SBE NEW Template videos/California Department of Education (CDE) LCFF web page at:
4 Resources:Please note that the date for LCAP Webinar Part 3 has recently changed. The most up-to-date information is below.The LCAP Webinar Part 3 – Making Data Meaningful in the LCAP will be presented from 3:30-4:30 p.m. on Monday, February 2, 2015.You may view the latest post at
5 LCFF-LCAP - MindsetThe revision/update of the Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) will continue to be rooted in the principles for EQUITY established in the Local Control funding Formula (LCFF) statute:Improved student outcomes & elimination of subgroup gapsSubsidiarity – LCAP Goals, Actions and Services ResultsTransparencyStakeholder Engagement
6 LCFF/LCAP State Priorities Here you can see the 8 district and 2 County Office of Education priorities in the LCAP groups. Each of these priorities must be addressed in the LCAP. Districts and COEs may also have additional local priorities that they add to the required state priorities.
7 8 State Priorities and Related Data Elements Needs Assessment Goals Resource Alignment Services OutcomesStudent AchievementPerformance on assessmentsAcademic Performance IndexCollege and Career ReadinessEnglish learners becoming reclassified and proficientAdvanced Placement Exams passagePrepared through Early Assessment ProgramSchool ClimateStudent suspension ratesStudent expulsion ratesOther local measuresStudent EngagementSchool attendance ratesChronic absenteeism ratesMiddle School dropout ratesHigh School dropout ratesHigh School graduation ratesImplementation of CCSSCCSS implementation results for all students, including English learnersParental InvolvementEfforts to seek parent inputPromotion of parental participation and leadershipBasic ServicesRate of teacher mis-assignmentsStudent Access to standards-aligned instructional resources and materialsFacilitiesOther Student OutcomesOther indicators of student performance in courses of study. May include performance and other exams.Course AccessStudent access and enrollment in courses of study
8 2015-16 Revised LCAP Section 1: Stakeholder Engagement Section 2: Goals, Actions, Expenditures, and Progress indicatorsAnnual UpdateSection 3: Use of Supplemental and Concentration Grant Funds and Proportionality
9 “New” LCAP Section 2 (2015-16) GOAL: Related State and/or Local Priorities:1__ 2__ 3__ 4__ 5__ 6__ 7__ 8__COE only: 9__ 10__Local : Specify _____________________Identified Need :Goal Applies to:Schools:Applicable Pupil Subgroups:LCAP Year 1: xxxx-xxExpected AnnualMeasurable Outcomes:Actions/ServicesScope of ServicePupils to be served within identified scope of serviceBudgetedExpenditures__ALLOR:__Low Income pupils __English Learners__Foster Youth __Redesignated fluent English proficient __Other Subgroups:(Specify)________________________
10 Revised LCAP Section 1: Stakeholder Engagement Section 2: Goals, Actions, Expenditures, and Progress indicatorsAnnual UpdateLet’s begin a more detailed look at the Annual Update section of the revised template.Section 3: Use of Supplemental and Concentration Grant Funds and Proportionality
11 Annual UpdateAnnual Update Instructions: For each goal in the prior LCAP year, review the progress toward the expected annual outcome(s) based on, at a minimum, the required metrics pursuant to Education Code sections and The review must include an assessment of the effectiveness of the specific actions. Describe any changes to the actions or goals the LEA will take as a result of the review and assessment. In addition, review the applicability of each goal in the LCAP.
12 Annual Update-Guiding Questions How do we need to report to ALL stakeholders about the Goals, Actions and Services included in the LCAP?Provide evidence to stakeholders
13 Annual UpdateThis section of the template is new. For each goal, you will complete a table like this. For this year, the Annual Update will be based upon the LCAP.Complete a copy of this table for each of the LEA’s goals in the prior year LCAP. Duplicate and expand the fields as necessary.
15 Annual UpdateImportant for business and program staff to work together for Estimated Actual Annual Expenditure column.Complete a copy of this table for each of the LEA’s goals in the prior year LCAP. Duplicate and expand the fields as necessary.
16 Annual Update Considerations Update is completed in conjunction with the next year’s LCAPGather data on actions and services that are being provided to share with stakeholdersReview data as measured by required and locally determined by required and locally determined metricsBe ready to communicate which quantitative and qualitative data/metrics were examined to review progress on LCAP goalsWhat goals, actions/services need to be calibrated?
17 Annual Update Considerations Create opportunities for stakeholders to gain capacity in understanding data/metricsMake sure to provide clear information on:- Services and actions that have been provided- Services and actions that are yet to be provided- Estimated Actual Annual Expenditures- Availability and Use of Metrics> Use the LCAP Annual Update Appendices to communicate
18 What Constitutes the District’s Base- Program? Base-Program and MPPWhat Constitutes the District’s Base- Program?Supplement v. Supplant in the era of LCAPState v. Federal Resources
19 Minimum Proportionality Percentage MPP is the lowest level of increased or improved services forunduplicated studentsA minimum, not a maximumServices funded with LCFFNot federal or other restrictedServices are above those provided for all students (base program)Not above services in prior yearNot a maintenance of effort calculationIn the LCAP yearNot the current yearCan calculate additional years for transition planning
20 Minimum Proportionality Percentage At full LCFF implementation The MPP calculation is:%MPPSupplemental& ConcentrationGrantsAll Other LCFFFunding**Less TIIG and Transportation(add-ons)
21 LCAP 3A-Describe Expenditures Key Changes – 5 CCR 15496Funded – Added to the requirement to identify those services that are being funded in addition to identifying services being provided on a districtwide and schoolwide basisPrincipally – Added to section related to describing how districtwide and schoolwide services are principally directed towards meeting the district’s goals for its unduplicated pupilsAnd are effective in – Added to related to describing how districtwide and schoolwide services are effective in meeting the district’s goals for its unduplicated pupilsProvide basis for this determination – Added to the requirement that the description provided for districtwide and schoolwide services provide the basis for this determination, including, but not limited to, any alternatives considered and any supporting research, experience, or educational theory
22 LCAP 3A – Describe Expenditures LOW-INCOME PUPILSDescribe how LEA is expending S&C funds in the LCAP YearIf DISTRICTWIDE,SCHOOLWIDE,COUNTYWIDE, orCHARTERWIDEENGLISHLEARNERSFOSTER YOUTHFOSTERYOUTHREDESIGNATEDFLUENT ENGLISHPROFICIENTOTHER SUBGROUPS
23 LCAP 3A – Describe Expenditures Clearly defining base to determine services above and beyond what is provided to all studentsWhat an LEA would provide to all students if no S&C funds receivedStarting point for determining services above and beyond what is provided to all studentsWill look different for most districts
24 District-wide Use of Funds Less than 55%**Identify services funded andprovidedDescribe how services are:Principally directed toward(local discretion)Effective in meeting goals forunduplicated studentsDescribe how services are most effective:Include basis for determinationAny alternatives consideredSupporting research, experience,or educational theory55% + Unduplicated Students*Identify services funded andprovidedDescribe how services are:Principally directed toward(local discretion)Effective in meeting goals forunduplicated students*Note: Current or prior year**Note: Current year only
25 School-wide Use of Funds Less than 40%**Identify services funded andprovidedDescribe how services are:Principally directed toward(local discretion)Effective in meeting goals forunduplicated studentsDescribe how services are most effective:Include basis for determinationAny alternatives consideredSupporting research, experience,or educational theory40% + Unduplicated Students*Identify services funded andprovidedDescribe how services are:Principally directed toward(local discretion)Effective in meeting goals forunduplicated students*Note: Enrollment in current or prior year**Note: Current year enrollment only
26 What about Federal Revenue? Requires Clear Definition of the District’s Base-Program?Supplement v. SupplantFPM and Federal Resources Accountability – On-Site Reviews
27 LCAP; SPSA; and LEA Plans Relationship and Timeline Jesus:
29 (Education Code Section 64001) SSC ResponsibilitiesDevelop SPSA, monitor SPSA, and evaluate the activities and expenditures for Con App programs operated at the school to improve student achievement, andAdded legal responsibilities by state and federal legislatures.(Education Code Section 64001)
30 Suggested Timeline for 2014-15 July – December 2014Identify and consult stakeholdersReview LCAP goals, actions and services for needed adjustmentsUpdate progressReview available data for Annual ReportDevelop timeline for data collection and reportingReport demographic information via CALPADSReview alignment of district & site plans with LCAPJanuary - March 2015Consult stakeholdersContinue modification of LCAP and updating progress on Annual ReportReview proposed state budget ( ) and local implicationsSubmit 2nd Interim Budget reportApril - June 2015Consult stakeholders Review May revision of proposed State budget ( ) and local implicationsInvite public comment on draft LCAP Present draft LCAP to PACs Respond to comments in writing Finalize Annual Report Hold LCAP and budget public hearing Receive local board approval Submit to SMCOE Receive LCAPs from charter schoolsGary
31 Suggested Local Accountability Calendar - 1 Goals/Metrics RefinementDistrict Plan(s) AlignmentSMCOE Feedback IntegrationLCAP RefinementNov./Dec. 2014Site plan-LCAP alignmentDocument/report on federal fundsIdentify LCAP implicationsSPSA Alignment and RevisionDec Feb. 2015LCAP refinement based on Site Plan inputLCAP/2nd Interim submitted to local board for approvalLCAP & 2nd Interim Budget ReportingMarch15, 2014
32 Suggested Local Accountability Calendar - 2 SPSA data update to sitesSite-based LCAP input/feedback garneredSPSA Monitoring & ReportingMarch/April 2015Aggregated data reportSite input/feedback integrationLCAP refinment (as needed) & District-wide committee engagementsLCAP Refinment April./May 2015LCAP/Final Budget submitted to board for approvalLCAP/Final BudgetJune 30, 2015
33 Resources for Stakeholder Engagement The QSF is a new resource available from CDE. Keep checking back for new resources to be added.If you plan to share this resource with stakeholders, you might want to provide an introduction on its use.