By Richard Bammer
Vacaville Unified leaders on June 25 are expected to adopt the school district’s 2015-16 Local Control Accountability Plan, a document that guides district spending.
A key part of Gov. Jerry Brown’s Local Control Funding Formula, the LCAP is comprised of several key “priority areas,” from course access to parent involvement. It describes for the public how educators will meet annual goals for all students and identified subgroups, such as ethnic minorities and special needs students.
At the trustees’ May 21 meeting, Danielle Storey, the district’s assistant superintendent for educational services, told the seven-member governing board that the LCAP is a three-year projection and updated annually, “based on feedback” from stakeholders.