2011-2012 2nd Interim Report

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Transcript 2011-2012 2nd Interim Report

We believe kids can…..
Connecting is key…..
Learning unlocks opportunities…..
Introduction to
Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF)
& Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP)
• Equity – More money to high needs students
• Simplicity – Easy to understand
• Funding Increases for K-12 – Goal of $18 billion over
the implementation period
• Phased In: 2013-14 to 2020-2021
• Maximum Flexibility: Local communities decide how
best to spend resources
• District Accountability: Academic outcomes tied to
Fiscal resources
• Source Governor’s Budget Summary 2013-2014
Local Control Funding Formula
(LCFF) How does it work?
STATE FUNDING before
LOCAL CONTROL FUNDING FORMULA
(LCFF)
39
Categorical
Program
Entitlements
K-3
CSR
Revenue
Limit
$ Per ADA
STATE FUNDING AFTER
LOCAL CONTROL FUNDING FORMULA
(LCFF)
K-3 CSR &
9-12 CTE
Concentration
&
Supplemental
Grants
Base
Grant
•$ PER ADA
Shifts Made by
Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF)
Before LCFF
After LCFF
Revenue Limits per ADA
Base Funding differentiated by grade
spans –
K-3, 4-6, 7-8, 9-12
39 State Categorical programs
Supplemental & Concentration grants
for Economically Disadvantaged
Students (free & reduced lunch
eligible), Foster Youth and English
Learners
State Categorical programs reports as
“restricted” funds:
Economically Disadvantaged/Limited English
Proficient, Transportation, School Based
Coordinated Program (SBCP)
These programs now reported as “unrestricted”,
but rules will still apply. Efforts to serve the
“targeted” student populations will need to be
tracked and reported.
K-3 Class Size Reduction (CSR)
Funding
K-3 Class Size Reduction –
(Since 2008-09 districts have had the option to
flex this funding to high priority needs rather
than operate the specified programs)
(Since 2008-09 districts received some funding
regardless of class size)
Target of 24:1 or locally bargained agreement,
DUSD’s has a locally bargained agreement
Shifts Made by
Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF)
Before LCFF
After LCFF
Accountability and performance plans Local Control Accountability Plans
separate from funding
required to tie specific district goals
to funds expended
School Site level consultation on state District level consultation on state
revenue expenditure plan
revenue expenditure plan
UNCHANGED
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Financial Audits
Compliance with Williams Settlement
School Accountability Report Cards
All federal funding, planning and accountability requirements
LCFF Funding Rates
Per ADA in CALPADS
Base funding
rate for all
students:
K-3
4-6
7-8
9-12
$6,952
$7,056
$7,266
$8,419
LCFF Additional Grade Span
Adjustments
9-12 CTE = $219
Supplemental & Concentration Grants
plus Add-Ons
Summary of LCFF Funding Formula
Targets to be reached by
2020-2021
Grade
Levels
Base
Grade Span
Adjustments
Supplemental
Concentration
K-3
$6952
4-6
$723
$1227
$957
$9,859
$7056
$1128
$879
$9,063
7-8
$7266
$1161
$906
$9,333
9-12
$8419
$1381
$1077
$11,096
$219
Total
STATE FUNDING before
LOCAL CONTROL FUNDING FORMULA
(LCFF)
39
Categorical
Program
Entitlements
$6.4M
K-3 CSR
$1.1 M
Revenue
Limit
$33M
$ Per ADA –approximately $6,577
STATE FUNDING AFTER
LOCAL CONTROL FUNDING FORMULA
(LCFF)
K-3 CSR &
9-12 CTE
$200K
Concentration
&
Supplemental
Grants $1.5M
Base Grant
$41M
• $ PER ADA $ 6,979
Millions
Growth toward Target = Gap Funding
70
65
60
55
50
45
40
35
30
LCFF Target
Gap Funding
Maintenance of Effort
Required for:
Home to School Transportation
Adult Education
Regional Occupation Programs or TCOVE
Districts must demonstrate they are continuing to expend an
amount equal to the annual apportionment (Transportation),
and the amount expended in the 2012-2013 Fiscal Year for
some projrams(Adult Ed and ROP) in the current year.
Risk to LCFF Funding Model
Local Control Accountability Plan
(LCAP)
A Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) must be developed through
consultation with stakeholder groups and Board adopted. The Plan must
tie LCFF expenditures to academic goals.
The Plan is to include:

Annual goals for ALL district students in each of the state’s eight
priority areas;

Annual goals for any additional local priorities;

Specific actions the school district will take during each year to
achieve the goals.
8.Student
Achievement
1.Student
Engagement
2.Other
Student
Outcomes
7.School
Climate
3.Parental
Involvement
6.Basic
Services
5.Common
Core State
Standards
4.Course
Access
1.
Achievement Data
2.API
3.Percentage of students college & career ready
4.Percentage of EL’s becoming English proficient
5.EL Reclassification Rate
6.Percentage of Advanced Placement Students
7.Percentage of students scoring proficient on Early
Assessment Programs
1.Other indicators of student
performance
2.May include performance on other
exams
1.School Attendance Rates
2.Percentage of Chronic Absenteeism
3.Middle school dropout rates
4.High school dropout rates
5.High school graduation rates
1.Suspension Rates
2.Expulsion Rates
3.Other local measures
Rate of teacher misassignment
Student access to standards-aligned
instructional materials
Facilities in good shape
Efforts to seek parent input
Promotion of parental participation
Implementation of Common Core
State Standards for all students,
including EL’s
1.Student access and enrollment in a
broad course of study
March 31, 2014
State Board of Education to provide LCAP
template . The State BOE has indicated they
plan to make it available by the end of
January, 2014.
May – June, 2014
Public hearing on LCAP Plan at local board
meeting
May – June, 2014
Local board adoption of LCAP Plan
Must be at a meeting subsequent to the
public hearing
June 2014
Local board adoption of district budget
aligned with LCAP plan
July 1, 2014
LCAP due to Tulare County Office of
Education
October 2014
LCAP scoring rubric released
1. Review current strategic goals and alignment
to state priorities
2. Seek input from stakeholder groups
3. Identify core program
4. Prioritize additional local priorities beyond
the core program
5. Align budget to core program and local
priorities
December
16, 2013
• Introduce LCFF & LCAP to Budget Standards Committee
and school site parent representatives
• Public forum to solicit input on LCAP plan
January
8, 2014
• Dinuba High School Cafeteria, 4:00 – 5:30 pm
• Public forums
January
14, 2014
Various
dates in
January
• Lincoln School Cafeteria, 3:30 – 4:30 pm
• Jefferson School Cafeteria, 6:00 – 7:30 pm (combined
w/DELAC)
• Meet with district staff for input
February
2014
March 17,
2014
May 8,
2014
June 12,
2014
• Draft LCAP
• Draft LCAP presented to Budget Standards Committee
for input (other stakeholders invited as well)
• Public Hearing on LCAP
• Adoption of LCAP
• Adoption of district budget for 2014-2015