LCFF Resources: Priority 4 Student Achievement
Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) Priority 4 addresses test performance, getting college and career ready, English learners and reclassification, advanced placement exams and preparing for college by the Early Assessment Program.
Statement of Model Practices
LCFF Priority 4 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 4 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.
| Understanding Student Scores on the Smarter Balanced Assessments for California
|| Users can view sample test items for the Smarter Balanced Summative Assessments for English language arts/literacy (ELA) and mathematics by grade and achievement level (i.e., the kinds of questions that students, at different levels of achievement, would likely answer correctly), and track a student's scores.
| Test Results for the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP)
||Provides the CAASPP Results for students in ELA/Math, Science (CST, CMA, and CAPA) and Standards-based tests in Spanish (STS) for reading language arts, and California Alternate Assessment (CAA) Summary Results.
| English Language Proficiency Assessments for California (ELPAC)
|| The California Department of Education (CDE) is transitioning from the CELDT to the ELPAC as the state English Language Proficiency (ELP) assessment by 2018. This page provides links to resources for both parents and educators.
| Desired Results Access Project
|| Provides resources to measure the progress of children with Individualized Family Service Plans and Individualized Education Programs.
| High School Equivalency Exams
|| Provides information on the approved use of three high school equivalency tests (GED®, HiSET®, and TASC™) for students 18 years old and older for the purpose of receiving a California High School Equivalency Certificate.
| Migrant Education Resources
|| Provides resources to help students from migrant and seasonal farmworker backgrounds succeed in college.
| CompSAT–Competencies Self-Assessment Tool
|| Offers interactive and self-reflective activities that give guidance to early childhood professionals.
|Weekly California Assessment of Performance and Progress (CAASPP) Updates
|| The California Department of Education (CDE) CAASPP System Update is a regular e-mail for K–12 educators, including testing coordinators that reports on current and upcoming CAASPP activities. The Smarter Balanced assessments are a major component of the CAASPP System and are the primary focus of CAASPP Updates.
Completing courses that satisfy University of California or California State University entrance requirements/study that aligns with State Board approved career technical educational standards and framework
English learners who make progress toward English proficiency
The English learner reclassification rate
Students who have passed an advanced placement examination
|What is the AP?
||Provides resources on the advance placement (AP) test program developed by the College Board.
Subsequent assessment of college preparedness
| College/Career Indicator
|| The College/Career Indicator provides local educational agencies and the public with information on how students are prepared for college and/or career.
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Last Reviewed: Tuesday, May 5, 2020
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