Local Control & Accountability Plan (LCAP)
The Local Accountability Plan (LCAP) is a three-year plan for Lodi USD. The LCAP identifies actions and services to increase student achievement for all students and identifies specific actions and services for English Learners, former English Learners reclassified as English Proficient, foster youth, students from low-income families, and special education students. Input was obtained from students, parents, community members, and employees.
El Plan Local de Rendición de Cuentas (LCAP) es un plan de 3 años del Distrito Escolar Unificado de Lodi. El LCAP identifica acciones y servicios para aumentar el logro estudiantil para todos los estudiantes e identifica acciones específicas y servicios para los estudiantes de inglés, antes los Aprendices del Inglés eran reclasificado como Proficiente en Inglés, Jóvenes Foster, estudiantes de familias de bajos ingresos y estudiantes de Educación Especial. La participación fue obtenida de los estudiantes, padres, miembros de la comunidad y empleados.
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School districts that receive Economic Impact Aid (EIA)/State Compensatory Education (SCE) are required to establish a District Advisory Committee (DAC) and a School Advisory Committee (SAC). The purpose of these committees are to advise the District and schools on compensatory education programs. A school may designate a school site council establishment, pursuant to California Education Code(EC) Section 52852, to function as the school advisory council.
Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations (CCR) Section 4423 sets forth the obligation that districts who receive SCE funds must establish a DAC.
Section 4423 states: Each participating school district shall establish a district advisory council and shall also establish a school advisory council at each participating school. Advisory councils established pursuant to this article shall comply with the ESEA, Title I, law and regulations pertaining to advisory councils.