The San Diego County Office of Education's 2017-18 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 2017-18 data releases, accountability changes, and the new State and Federal Technical assistance – professional learning and supports include:
LCAP GUIDE 2017-18
Putting It All Together is back and better than ever. Due to last year's success, we are taking this series to the next level with new topics and activities designed to dig deeper into the continuous improvement process surrounding LCAP development. The series is designed for district teams made up of district and site administrators, LCAP leads, and data specialists, program staff and business staff.
All sessions 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Registration includes admission to all six sessions (with one alternate start date). District teams of three receive discount.
Sept. 6 or Oct. 16 (SDCOE)
The opening session will focus on building understanding of the Integrated State and Federal Accountability system, along with setting the stage for the series focus on promising practices for Students with Disabilities and English Learners.
Take a look at the fall 2017 Dashboard, review English learner data, and prepare for the LCAP annual update with a look at monitoring for improvement.
Feb. 15 (SDCOE)
Review health, fitness, and special education data, and continue work on the annual update and monitoring for improvement.
Mar. 9 (SCREC)
Review best practices for measuring effectiveness of actions and services, and aligning your plan.
Apr. 19 (SDCOE)
Disaggregate student data on suspension, dropouts, and graduation, and gain support on the budget process.
May 18 (SDCOE)
Bring in your LCAP for feedback from SDCOE staff specializing in business and student programs.
Designed to bring together LCAP district and charter leaders to share promising practices and harness collective expertise. Meetings are facilitated by SDCOE staff members who also are available to provide support on LCAP technical writing.
Oct. 25 - SDCOE from 9 - 11:30 a.m.
Dec. 5 - SCREC from 9 - 11:30 a.m.
Feb. 27 - SDCOE from 1 - 3:30 p.m.
Apr. 17 - SDCOE from 12:30 - 3 p.m.
LCAP stakeholder engagement should involve input from parents, including parents of unduplicated pupils. For Foster Youth this includes engagement with other community agencies which represent Foster Youth parents and guardians, such as court appointed special advocates, child welfare agencies, COE foster youth programs, etc...
The Foster Youth Services Coordinating Program at SDCOE organizes a Stakeholder Engagement event each year where districts can get input from foster youth agencies and representatives to strengthen and enhance services to students in foster care.
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District teams bring their draft LCAP to ask questions and get feedback from SDCOE LCAP business and program staff. Register to attend one or more of the available sessions in 2018.
April 17 - SDCOE
April 25 - NCREC
May 2 - SCREC
May 9 - SDCOE
Possible 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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