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                                            For each student in one of those three categories, districts receive what is known in the LCFF as a “supplemental grant.” Districts that
                                         in the state; Districts receive additional funding based on the unduplicated count of students who qualify in one of those three groups.
                                       language learners (ELL), low-income (LI) students and foster youth (FY). In addition to a “base grant”, that is the same for all districts
                                              have more than 55% of their students in one of those three categories also receive a “concentration grant.”  The Orange USD only
                                                           goals to the defined priorities, set targets for improvement based on data and link expenditures to the District’s goals. In creating the
                                                        describe how they intend to meet annual goals for all students and address state and local priorities. The accountability plan must align
                                                      In enacting the LCFF, the Legislature also approved the Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP), which mandates that districts
                                    funding that is generated through the LCFF is dedicated to improving the learning outcomes for three groups of students: English
                          in 2013 approved Governor Jerry Brown’s plan for the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF). The LCFF has brought an increase in
                       After more than 40 years of funding schools according to a calculation known as the “Revenue Limit,” the California State Legislature
                             funding to the Orange Unified School District. The LCFF eliminated most “categorical” programs—restricted funds that could be used
                                  and concentration funding based on the number of students who are English language learners, low-income or foster youth. The new
                               only for specific purposes. State funding now comes with a “base grant” that is the same for all school districts as well as supplemental
                                                             LCAP requirement, the California legislature established priorities that must be included in the plan. These include:

                                                 receives Supplemental Funding due to the 50% unduplicated count of students.

              Introduction to the Local Control and Accountability Plan

                                                                     • Conditions of Learning  –Basic: Williams Settlement Criteria  – Implementation of Common Core State Standards   – Course Access   • Pupil Outcomes   – Pupil Achievement  – Other Student Outcomes   • Engagement   – Parent Involvement   – Pupil Engagement   – School Climate
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