Local Control and Accountability Plan 2013-2014

Report of Findings and Recommendations for SFUSD’s LCAP

The PAC collaborated with our community and district partners* to gather input from families across the district on the Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP), a requirement under California’s new funding model the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF). Together we reached a broad spectrum of parents, in particular families of English Language Learners, low-income students,  youth in foster care and students with special needs.  We heard from over 400 participants as result of our collective outreach efforts about what  families think is important and needed to support student success. Read our findings, recommendations and report that were presented to the S.F. Board of Education.

1. The link to our collective report:

  LCAP Report      在LCAP报告           Informe sobre el LCAP

2.  SFUSD’s Response in three languages

SFUSD Response:
Respuesta del SFUSD:

3. Link to SFUSD’s LCAP

*Community partners included Chinese for Affirmative Action, Coleman Advocates for Children and Youth, Parents for Public Schools, Second District PTA and Support for Families of Children with Disabilities. District partners were the District English Learner Advisory Council (DELAC), Office of Access and Equity, Office of Family and Community Engagement, Families and Youth In Transition and Foster Youth Services.