Resources help decipher the new education funding formula

The Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) has spawned an array of resources to help parents, teachers, principals, school board members and district officials make sense of the new law.

The material ranges from basic explainers to cloud-based software that helps districts craft their draft Local Control Accountability Plans.

Below is a list of resources compiled by EdSource reporters.

Do you know of a resource that should be on this list? Let EdSource know at edsource@edsource.org with the subject line “LCFF resources.”

Primers (LCFF basics and links to more resources)

 

Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) how-tos and checklist

Resources for engaging parents

LCAP builders

School Facilities and the LCFF

 

This report is part of EdSource’s Following the School Funding Formula project, tracking the implementation of the Local Control Funding Formula in selected school districts around the state

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  1. Don on Jun 3, 2014 at 5:34 pm06/3/2014 5:34 pm

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    That fact that we need all these resources to “make sense of the new law” ought to give us a sense of just how grassroots this new local control really is.

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