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California’s new approach to funding public schools represents the most significant education finance reform in four decades. Adopted in 2013, the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) streamlines the system and gives school districts more flexibility in how to spend their resources to promote student achievement.
Previously, districts received state funds per student based on a complicated “revenue limit” formula. In addition, much of the funding was restricted and earmarked for specific “categorical” programs.

Under LCFF, all local education agencies are funded using the same formula. It starts with a base amount per student that is adjusted for grade level and demographics. It also eliminates most of the restrictions on use of funds for categorical programs.


With the new funding system's increased flexibility comes a requirement that districts engage stakeholders, including parents, in developing a Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP). This is a three-year plan focused on state and local priorities that describes goals, actions, services and expenditures to support student achievement.

Rosemead High Schools' LCAP

January 6, 2015 LCAP Minutes