VUSD board hears draft accountability plan – The Reporter

By Richard Bammer

Vacaville Unified leaders on Thursday heard and reviewed the first draft of a new document that largely will serve as a roadmap for teaching and testing in the 12,500-student district for years to come.

After months of work and meetings, a panel of district administrators, led by Assistant Superintendent Danielle Storey, presented the district’s Local Control Accountability Plan during a governing board meeting in the Educational Services Center.

LCAPs, as they are called for short, lay out what educators, governing boards, and teachers must do to educate students and how they are going to measure results.

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