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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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Logo for One System of Connected Resources & Supports

Each ray in the circle represents one LCFF priority. Click at the top of the ray of the priority you are interested in to get a list of resources and supports.

The star in the middle of the circle represents the whole child (from Cradle to Career) surrounded by those who want to ensure that ALL students are healthy, safe, engaged, challenged, and supported. Click in the middle of the star to get a list of the whole child resources.

Continuous Improvement Resources

These resources provide information about how local educational agencies and schools can support the needs of California’s diverse student population.

Whole Child Resources

  • Whole Child resources that support schools in creating an environment where all students are safe, engaged, supported, challenged and healthy.

LCFF Resources by Priority

Questions:   One System/Whole Child Integration |
Last Reviewed: Monday, August 29, 2022
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