Thursday, January 15, 2015

Local Control and Accountability Plan implementation continues

Students doing schoolwork As the development of the 2015-16 budget begins, San Diego Unified continues to implement its Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) that aligns with Vision 2020 and the 12 indicators of a quality school in every neighborhood.
Through this first year, district staff has been monitoring the implementation of the actions and strategies included in the LCAP, as well as gathering data on outcomes. Superintendent Marten has been reporting monthly to the Board of Education and the public on the progress of the LCAP implementation. The reports have included the following:
 Month LCAP Goal Metric
September Safe & Well Maintained Facilities 2013 Suspension and Expulsion Data
October Broad & Challenging Curriculum A-G Data
November Broad & Challenging Curriculum Advanced Placement and College, Career & Technical Education (CCTE) Course Completion
December Professional Learning for All and Supportive Environments that Value Diversity Professional Development and Cultural Proficiency Training
Following Supt. Marten's reports at Board meetings, input and feedback from the community is sought at cluster meetings, the District Advisory Council, the District English Learner Advisory Committee, other advisory committees, and the San Diego Unified Council PTA. Individuals may also view the monthly superintendent presentation updates and submit feedback online or find additional information about the district’s LCAP by visiting .

This month, the district held the first in a series of LCAP planning team meetings for the 2015-2016 budget process. Additional updates will be provided in the months ahead.
If you have questions or want to give feedback, please email .