Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP)
2020-21 Learning Continuity and Attendance Plan
Approved Learning Continuity and Attendance Plan by the Board of Education on September 22, 2020.
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Senate Bill 98 established that the Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) and an annual update to the LCAP are not required for the 2020–21 school year and that the California Department of Education (CDE) shall not publish the California School Dashboard in December 2020 based on performance data on the state and local indicators. SB 98 supersedes the requirement to develop and adopt an LCAP by December 15, 2020, which was established by Executive Order N-56-20, which was published in April 2020.
SB 98 also separates the development and adoption of the Budget Overview for Parents from the development and adoption of the LCAP for the 2020–21 school year. The legislation also requires that the Budget Overview for Parents be developed and adopted by December 15, 2020. The requirements to hold a separate public hearing and adoption at a public local governing board meeting consistent with California Education Code (EC) Section 52064.1 of the Budget Overview for Parents remains.
SB 98 establishes California EC Section 43509 and the Learning Continuity and Attendance Plan (Learning Continuity Plan) requirements for the 2020–21 school year. MPUSD's draft Learning Continuity and Attendance Plan is attached in English and Spanish. Staff will provide a high level overview of the plan this evening as part of the public hearing.
The Learning Continuity and Attendance Plan (Learning Continuity Plan) is a key part of the overall budget package for K-12 that seeks to address funding stability for schools while providing information at the local educational agency (LEA) level for how student learning continuity will be addressed during the COVID-19 crisis in the 2020–21 school year. The provisions for the plan were approved by the Governor and Legislature in June in SB 98 and can be found in EC Section 43509.
The Learning Continuity Plan is intended to balance the needs of all stakeholders, including educators, parents, students and community members, while both streamlining engagement and condensing several pre-existing plans. In particular, it was important to combine (1) the intent behind Executive Order N-56-20, published in April 2020,which envisioned an off cycle Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) due December 15th, and (2) the ongoing need for LEAs to formally plan to return to school in the midst of the uncertainty and of COVID-19, without requiring two plans. The Learning Continuity Plan replaces the LCAP for the 2020–21 school year.
The Learning Continuity Plan adoption timeline of September 30, 2020 is intended to ensure the Learning Continuity Plan is completed in the beginning of the 2020–21 school year. Additionally, the timeline is intended to allow for communication of decisions that will guide how instruction will occur during the 2020–21 school year. This includes in-person instruction, according to health guidance, and distance learning, while providing critical opportunities for stakeholder engagement.
The Learning Continuity Plan template memorializes the planning process already underway for the 2020–21 school year and includes descriptions of the following: addressing gaps in learning; conducting meaningful stakeholder engagement; maintaining transparency; addressing the needs of unduplicated pupils, students with unique needs, and students experiencing homelessness; providing access to necessary devices and connectivity for distance learning; providing resources and supports to address student and staff mental health and social emotional well-being; and continuing to provide school meals for students.
The Learning Continuity Plan Template developed by the CDE, in consultation with the executive director of the State Board of Education (SBE), was made available to LEAs on August 1, 2020. LEAs have by September 30, 2020 to adopt the Learning Continuity Plan by September 30, 2020 in a public meeting. Prior to its adoption, the Learning Continuity Plan shall be presented at a public hearing (September 8, 2020 - this meeting) of the governing board/body of the LEA for review and comment by members of the public.
2019-20 Local Control Accountability Plan
- Final Approved 2019-20 Local Control Accountability Plan (English)
- 2019-20 Budget Overview for Parents (English)
- Plan de Responsabilidad de Control Local 2019-20 (español)
- 2019-20 Resumen de presupuesto para padres (español)
- 2018-19 Local Control Accountability Plan - Approved June 26, 2018 by the Board of Education
- BORRADOR 2018-19 Plan de Responsabilidad de Control Local - Español
What is the Local Control Accountability Plan?
The Local Control Accountability Plan (also referred to as LCAP) is Monterey Peninsula Unified School District's three-year plan outlining the allocation of state funds provided to school districts to improve learning for all students, and supplemental funds devoted to help students from low-income families, students who are learning English as a second language, and foster youth.
The LCAP includes three sections:
- Goals and Measurable Outcomes (also referred to as Progress Indicators)
- Stakeholder Engagement (a stakeholder is defined as someone who is involved with, interested in, employed or affected by MPUSD. Stakeholders may include certificated or classified staff, students, parents, community members, business leaders, elected officials.
- Actions, Services and Expenditures
The Local Control Funding Formula is California's formula for determining the level of state funding provided to school districts. The funding, also referred to as supplemental and concentration funding, helps to improve learning for all students, and supplemental funds are devoted to helping students from low-income families, students who are learning English as a second language, and foster youth.
The state's eight priority areas where these funds must align include:
- Student Achievement
- Student Engagement
- Parent Involvement
- School Climate
- Common Core State Standards
- Access to a Broad Curriculum
- Basic Services
- Other Student Outcomes
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