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Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP)

The Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) is a plan that describes the goals, actions, services, and expenditures to support positive student outcomes that address state and local priorities. The LCAP provides an opportunity for local educational agencies (LEAs) to share their stories of how, what, and why programs and services are selected to meet their local needs.

The state’s new accountability system was created to assist stakeholders in engaging with Tustin Unified in productive conversations around the LCAP. The new system requires districts to align academic programs and district services with their spending plans. Performance on these multiple measures will be reported through the California School Dashboard.

Board Adopted 2022-23 Local Control and Accountability Plan

2022-23 Local Control and Accountability Plan

2022-23 LCAP Draft Review

The Draft 2022-23 TUSD LCAP was presented to the Tustin Unified Board of Education in a public hearing at the June 13, 2022 meeting. 

The Draft 2022-23 TUSD LCAP Materials are now available for review and comment.  To review a copy of the 2022-23 LCAP Draft, please click the link below:

2022-23 Draft Local Control Accountability Plan

Comments can be submitted by using this online feedback form, or via hard copy to the Tustin Unified School District Educational Services office.

The Local Control and Accountability Plan 2022-23 (LCAP) is an important district planning document that includes the district’s big goals and the actions and services the district will implement to achieve those goals. The LCAP also details the LCFF funding that the district will spend on the actions and services, and the measurable outcomes that will be used to evaluate success.

Under LCFF, districts receive:

  • LCFF Base Funding: Money provided for each student served and based on average daily attendance
  • LCFF Supplemental Funding: Money provided based on the number of Unduplicated Students (English Learners, Foster Youth, Homeless Youth, and Low-Income students)

A key part of the LCAP is describing how the district is using targeted funds (LCFF Supplemental Funding) to meet the needs of English Learners, Foster Youth, Homeless Youth, and Low-Income students.

The 2022-23 LCAP Draft will be presented for proposed adoption at the second board meeting in June on June 27, 2022.