Changes would make the document better organized but not easier to track expenditures.
The California Collaborative for Educational Excellence will spread the word on new metrics and work with pilot districts.
Unclear regulations and inconsistent enforcement undermine oversight of the LCAP process.
The shortfall for students with the highest needs will grow to $450 million, the complaint says.
Career and college readiness measures won't be on initial list.
Three reports cite a lack of transparency in local accountability plans.