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  What is the Local Control and Accountability Plan?







Each local educational agency (e.g. a school district. charter school, or county office of education) in California is required by law to develop a Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) document, containing locally generated goals that are in alignment with eight state priorities. From the inception the State Board of Education required these goals to be achieved within a three-year time period. In past years, school boards were required to review and, if necessary, amend their goals annually. Beginning in the 2017-2018 school year, the California State Board of Education transitioned to true three-year goals, in which the goals would remain unchanged over the three-year period, as districts measure progress toward meeting the goals. The intermediate goals, or actions and services, and the measures of success, or metrics, are reviewed annually and adjusted as necessary. Riverside Unified School District is currently in Year 1 of our three year plan.


LCAP Infographic
LCAP Infographic
LCAP Infographic
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Goal One
Goal One
Engage students in high quality learning by a diverse, highly qualified staff

Goal Two
Goal Two
Provide students choices that prepare them for college and career pathways

Goal Three
Goal Three
Involve the whole family and community in student learning and well-being

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