Charter Currents: New LCAP Template Expands Fiscal Focus

Published January 28, 2020 12:17

On Wednesday, January 9, the State Board of Education approved a new Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) template, officially kicking off the first year of the 2020-2022 LCAP cycle. Charter and non-charter administrators alike have often completed LCAPs without fully understanding the document’s structure and key points of compliance. With LCAPs receiving more attention, and now at the start of a new three-year cycle, CSDC recommends that charter school leaders take a closer look at this key document. This article briefly describes the new template, based on CSDC’s understanding of how the new LCAP will function, and provides a “big picture” look at issues related to the template.


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