In 2013, with the state legislature’s passage of the Local Control Funding Formula, California embarked on a bold new funding model for its public schools. This new model requires us to shift our thinking from the traditional compliance model to one of empowerment, starting with local community involvement and based on performance, improvement, and equity among districts and students. In return for a more equitable distribution of funds, Local Education Agencies (LEAs) are required to complete Local Control and Accountability Plans (LCAPs), which strategically outline the goals and actions for improving students’ education as measured by conditions of learning, pupil achievement, and climate within schools and districts.
Leadership Support Services is committed to working alongside districts and schools within a continuous improvement framework in order to:
Additional services provided by the department include: