LCFF

State Audit: Local Control Funding Needs More Oversight

“We are particularly concerned that the state does not explicitly require districts to spend their supplemental and concentration funds on the intended student groups or to track their spending of those funds,” Howle’s report reads. “Without a means of tracking how districts use (LCFF) funds, state and local policymakers and other local stakeholders lack adequate information to assess the impact of those funds on the outcomes of intended student groups."

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Tuesday, November 24, 2020 - 04:34

Despite a global pandemic and ensuing recession that has crippled revenue in California, the Legislative Analyst’s Office is expecting a “dramatic rebound” in K-12 and community college funding nex