By Richard Bammer
While some California school districts recently received below-average marks for their Local Control Accountability Plans, Vacaville Unified’s was not among them and administrators are already working on the next phase of an ever-evolving plan.
“We’re busy collecting data” for this year’s revision, said Danielle Storey, the district’s assistant superintendent for education services, who largely crafted last year’s plan and submitted it to the Solano County office of Education for approval by July 1.
“The LCAP is never a final document,” she added. “It’s in constant revision of what we’re going to do over the years.”
A key element of Gov. Jerry Brown’s Local Control Funding Formula, LCAPs, which project what a district will do in the coming three years, lay out in detail what educators, governing boards and teachers must do to educate students and how they are going to measure results.