California is home to the nation’s fifth largest Black population, and though Black students today are more likely to graduate from high school and college than they were a decade ago, persistent opportunity gaps exist in college access and success and completion outcomes are still too low. These troubling findings are a result of funding, policy and institutional weaknesses rather than...| More >
Local Control Accountability Plans (LCAPs) are adopted every three years. In between these years, school districts must complete annual updates.
- A listing and description of expenditures on LCAP actions currently being implemented.
- A listing and description of expenditures targeting high-need students and reclassified...
California’s Landmark Local Control Funding Formula dramatically changed the way the state funds its school districts, directing greater resources to districts serving large numbers of low-income students, English learners, and students in foster care. LCFF also shifted substantially more control over spending decisions to school districts and communities.
In a series of case studies,...| More >