The San Diego County Office of Education's
2016-17 LCAP Guide is a year of supports to help guide school districts through the Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) process – an integral piece of the new state and federal accountability system. SDCOE has also developed and collected a variety of
LCAP and LCFF materials and toolkits to support your district's process.
Aligned to 2016-17 data releases, accountability changes, and the new LCAP eTemplate –professional learning and supports include:
Click to download the printable version of the
2016-17 LCAP Guide
New this year, Putting It All Together, a five-session series, ties the key actions necessary throughout the school year for a successful LCAP with professional learning and networking. The series is designed for district teams made up of district and site administrators, LCAP leads, and program, data, student support, business, and human resources specialists.
Registration includes admission to all five dates (with one alternate start date). District teams of three receive a 20 percent discount.
Nov. 10 (SDCOE) 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Day two of the series will review the state LCAP template and new accountability measures. Continue building LCAP strength with best practices for foster youth and homeless students, highlights from a local district, and resources to build effective stakeholder communication and design an executive summary.
Jan. 26 (SDCOE) 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Day three of the series strengthens the LCAP annual update and budgeting process by helping district teams break down CELDT data and identify how to use formative, interim, and summative assessments to support the LCAP goals and outcomes. It also includes LCAP eTemplate support and best practices in stakeholder engagement.
March 21 (SDCOE) 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Day four of the series supports districts as they disaggregate student demographic data for the LCAP and in aligning and connecting the LCAP to other plans, such as Title III, SPSA, and technology. The session includes best practices from local districts, as well as expert support on suspension and attendance practices.
March 28 (SDCOE) 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Make-up Day
May 11 (SDCOE) 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The final day lives up to the series' name with expert support as districts finalize the LCAP writing, align the LCAP to business and programs, and ensure the plan includes measurable outcomes, stakeholder involvement, and budget support. Putting It All Together also includes setting the stage for the 2017-18 LCAP process.
Writing the LCAP
Roll up your sleeves and be ready to tackle your LCAP draft plans for the 2017-18 school year. You've done the work, now get the details into your plan, because the final document is due in June. These work sessions are planned so LEAs can bring in their draft LCAPs to ask questions and receive feedback from the SDCOE LCAP team. Session will be available regionally, or by district groups, if requested.
Mar. 7 (SDCOE) 9 to 12 p.m.
Mar. 22 (NCREC) 1 to 3 p.m.
LCAP Draft Work Sessions
District teams bring their draft LCAP to ask questions and get feedback from SDCOE LCAP business and program staff. The district's LCAP for the 2017-2018 through the 2019-2020 school year will be on a new template with some new requirements so SDCOE is here to help with that transition. Register below to attend one or more of the available sessions.
March 29 (SDCOE) 9 to 11 a.m.
April 4 (NCREC) 10 to 12 p.m. Registration
Apr. 18 (SDCOE) 9 to 11 a.m.
May 2 (SCREC) 1 to 3 p.m.
May 16 (SDCOE) 9 to 11 a.m.
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Designed to help districts meet the needs of students who are classified as English learners, low income, foster youth, and homeless. Also, how those efforts can be woven into a district's LCAP.
POSTPONED Parent LCAP Leadership Network
NEW Date TBD
We regret to inform you this event has been postponed. Please look for future communication with the new date. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Parents are invited to learn more about the LCAP and LCFF and how to be involved in the process for their students and make a positive impact in their community. Input from parents, community leaders, and district and school employees is critical to success in a district's LCAP, school, and student achievement.
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POSTPONED eTemplate Support
Due to delays in the release of the LCFF Accountability Rubrics and the LCAP eTemplate we need to postpone two meetings that are coming up. Get the latest news in LCAP and ESSA following the state Board of Education meeting in November.
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California Accountability and Dashboard Workshop
Get the latest news about LCFF and ESSA Accountability. Practice using the new California School Dashboard, and learn how to incorporate information from the Dashboard into the district LCAP and the Continuous Improvement process.
CANCELLED: 2016-17 Certificate in Urban Teaching
We regret to inform you this event is cancelled due to low registration. Expect to see information on upcoming offerings for this professional learning. We apologize for any inconvenience
The National Center for Urban School Transformation and the San Diego County Office of Education are partnering to offer the first-ever Certificate in Urban Teaching. This certificate program is designed for teams of teachers, coaches, and instructional leaders who want to work together to develop expertise in research-based teaching practices that improve student achievement. Based on the book Teaching Practices from America's Best Urban Schools: A Guide for School and Classroom Leaders, by Joseph Johnson, Lynne Perez, and Cynthia Uline, the certificate program shares teaching practices from high-performing urban schools that lead all students to excellent and equitable learning outcomes.
This program is a blended learning offering with two onsite meetings on
Jan. 24 and April 20. The cost is $685 for teams of three or more and $725 for individuals.