Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) resources for this priority includes (1) Teachers are assigned and fully credentialed, (2) Students have access to the standards-aligned instructional materials, and (3) school facilities are maintained.
Statement of Model Practices
LCFF Priority 1 Statement of Model Practices
The Statements of Model Practices are intended to support LEAs and their stakeholders in the LCAP development process. The Statements can help LEAs identify strategies and practices to meet their specific needs and potential areas of growth and may serve as good starting points for LEAs to begin dialogues with their stakeholders in each priority area.
Top resources aligned to LCFF Priority 1 are provided below. Select a priority link to display resources for that subject or select the Expand All link to display all the resources. The resources are organized in relation to key areas that are critical to the LCFF priority as outlined by statue.
The Superintendent's QPLS present the elements of a quality professional learning system that supports educators in building individual and collective capacity to meet professional, school, and student performance expectations.
This site includes the California Standards for the Teaching Profession. The California Standards for the Teaching Profession (CSTP) comprise a set of standards for the teaching profession in six interdependent domains of practice.
California Department of Education (CDE)/Early Childhood Education (ECE) Faculty Initiative Project aligns and integrates essential content and competencies of key CDE's Early Education and Support Division's materials and initiatives with core early childhood education curriculum of the California Community College and California State University systems.
LCFF Priorities/Whole Child Resource Map This map provides Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) priorities and whole child resources and supports to help local educational agencies, schools, and families serve the needs of the whole child.
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