ACSA, in partnership with InnovateEd, is pleased to provide California school districts with a series of one-day workshops that will outline a process for strategically designing and assessing the impact of LCAP as a district builds capacity for continuous improvement.
It is clear that school districts are in different places in the development of their Local Control and Accountability Plans. The most important success indicator is the extent to which LCAP will close student achievement gaps through high quality instruction and student academic behavior support. Strengthening these two systems are paramount for attaining growth in all LCAP outcomes.
School district teams will be guided through a framework that defines a systems approach for successful LCAP implementation using a three-step process.
1. Analyze the strategic focus of district LCAP and other accountability plan priorities using a data-driven, systems approach to assess the impact on closing student achievement gaps.
2. Clarify strengths and constraints of district systems to align accountability plan priorities with high leverage action steps.
3. Define capacity-building focus areas that will strengthen district systems and improve implementation of high leverage practices.
The LCAP workshops will be held March 24 at the Sacramento ACSA office, March 25 at the Ontario ACSA office, March 26 at El Monte UHSD, March 27 in Saddleback Valley USD, March 28 at NCPDF, San Marcos, and April 9 at Shasta UHSD, Redding.
Individuals are invited to attend, but to ensure success, it is suggested that a district team of four individuals attend with representatives from instructional services, human resources and business services. Space is limited, so register soon.
Fees are $125 per individual or $400 for a team of four. There is an additional $50 fee for non-members. Register here.