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AAV of the 2013–14 Annual LCFF Fingertip Facts

Local Control Funding Formula data summarized at the statewide level for 2013–14 Annual.

Accessible Alternative Version (AAV) of the LCFF Statewide Fingertip Facts (PDF). Statewide data obtained from 2013–14 Annual Apportionment Certified funding exhibits for all active LEAs for the complete fiscal year.

I. 2013–14 AT A GLANCE
LCFF Funding Sources Amount

State General Fund

$23 Billion

EPA (Proposition 30)

$6.3 Billion

Local Revenue

$13.3 Billion

TOTAL

$42.6 Billion

LCFF Funding Recipients Amount
County Offices of Education
$1.0 Billion

School Districts

$38.2 Billion

Charter Schools

$3.4 Billion

TOTAL

$42.6 Billion

LCFF Funding Detail
Sources (in dollars) County Offices of Education (COEs) School Districts Charter Schools Statewide Total

LCFF State Aid before Minimum State Aid (MSA)

$ 463,056,226

$ 20,385,877,665

$ 1,959,691,637

$ 22,808,625,528

Additional State Aid for MSA Guarantee

       29,834,669

       154,612,989

       3,050,075

      187,497,733

Adjusted LCFF State Aid (subtotal)

    492,890,895

 20,540,490,654

1,962,741,712

  22,996,123,261

Education Protection Account (EPA) State Aid

       68,213,225

    5,679,873,636

    536,151,769

6,284,238,630

Local Revenue/In-Lieu of Property Taxes*

       463,159,555

 12,019,214,099

     849,119,823

  13,331,493,477

Total LCFF Funding Sources

$ 1,024,263,675

$ 38,239,578,389

$ 3,348,013,304

$ 42,611,855,368

*Amount does not include excess local revenue.

Sources (percentage) COE Funding School District Funding Charter School Funding
Adjusted LCFF State Aid

48.12%

53.72%

58.63%

Local Revenue

45.22%

31.43%

25.36%

EPA

6.66%

14.85%

16.01%

Determination of Statewide Remaining Need for LCFF Full Transition
Remaining Need Calculation COEs School Districts Charter Schools Total

2013–14 LCFF Target Entitlement

$837,759,565

$52,587,318,122

$4,588,118,510

$58,013,196,197

Less LCFF Floor OR LCFF Target Amount for LEAs Funded at the LCFF Target*

   (782,355,548)

(36,036,307,873)

(3,175,033,318)

(39,993,696,739)

Less Current Year Gap Funding (Based on Statewide Gap Rate of 63.32% for COEs; 12.00% for Districts and Charters)

       (35,079,428)

  (1,986,401,889)

(169,594,180)

(2,191,075,497)

Statewide Remaining Need

$20,324,589

$14,564,608,360

$1,243,491,012

$15,828,423,961

*COEs may be funded above LCFF Target based on “hold harmless” provisions of Education Code Section 2575(g)(2).

II. COUNTY OFFICE OF EDUCATION DATA
LCFF Funding Summary
LCFF Floor and Gap vs. Hold Harmless Number of COEs Amount
Funding Based on LCFF Floor and Gap (based on Statewide Gap Rate of 63.32%) per Education Code Section 2575(g)(1)
22
$ 259,048,151
Funding Based on “Hold Harmless” provisions of Education Code Section 2575(g)(2)
36
$ 735,159,779

 

Minimum State Aid (MSA) Number of COEs Amount
Number of COEs Receiving Additional State Aid for MSA Guarantee
14
N/A
Amount of Additional State Aid for MSA Guarantee
N/A
$ 29,834,669

 

LCFF Target Entitlement Calculation
LCFF Target Components Number of COEs
Represented
Amount

Base Grant Funding

56

$ 250,981,558

Supplemental Grant Funding

54

     78,597,766

Concentration Grant Funding

53

     34,906,101

Alternative Education Grant (subtotal)

N/A

$ 364,485,425

Operations Grant Funding

58

    439,804,204

Add-on Funding

37

       33,469,936

Total LCFF Target Entitlement

N/A

$ 837,759,565

Alternative Education Grant ADA
Type of ADA ADA

Non-Juvenile Court School ADA

13,285.26

Juvenile Court School ADA

9,088.23

Total County Funded ADA

22,373.49

Unduplicated Pupil Percentage (UPP)
Component Percentage

COEs’ Average UPP (Non-Juvenile Court School)

75.21%

Lowest non-zero UPP (Non-Juvenile Court School)

24.75%
III. SCHOOL DISTRICT AND CHARTER SCHOOL DATA
LCFF Transition Entitlement - School District
LCFF Transition Components Number % of All Districts Amount

LCFF Floor Entitlement

910

  96%

$ 35,990,665,344

Current Year Gap Funding

910

  96%

1,986,401,889

LCFF Target Entitlement

  39

    4%

      45,642,529

Economic Recovery Target Payments

122

  13%

7,399,524

State Aid for MSA Guarantee

186

  20%

154,612,989

Miscellaneous Adjustment
14
1%
1,115,429
Total LCFF Transition Entitlement    
$ 38,185,837,704*

*Total LCFF Transition Entitlement is less than Total LCFF Funding Sources (shown on page 1) due to EPA State Aid minimum guarantee.

LCFF Transition Entitlement - Charter School
LCFF Transition Components Number % of All Charters Amount

LCFF Floor Entitlement

1,103

99%

$ 3,170,329,059

Current Year Gap Funding

1,103

99%

169,594,180

LCFF Target Entitlement

       3

<1%

         4,704,259

Economic Recovery Target Payments

     25

  2%

255,490

State Aid for MSA Guarantee

     27

  2%

3,050,075

Total LCFF Transition Entitlement    
$ 3,347,933,063*

*Total LCFF Transition Entitlement is less than Total LCFF Funding Sources (shown on page 1) due to EPA State Aid minimum guarantee.

LCFF Transition Entitlement - Total
LCFF Transition Components Number of LEAs Amount

LCFF Floor Entitlement

2,013

$ 39,160,994,403

Current Year Gap Funding

2,013

2,155,996,069

LCFF Target Entitlement

     42

          50,347,001

Economic Recovery Target Payments

   147

7,655,014

State Aid for MSA Guarantee

   213

157,663,064

Miscellaneous Adjustment
14
1,115,429
Total LCFF Transition Entitlement  
$ 41,533,770,767

*Total LCFF Transition Entitlement is less than Total LCFF Funding Sources (shown on page 1) due to EPA State Aid minimum guarantee.

LCFF Target Entitlement Calculation - School District
LCFF Target Components Number % of All Districts Amount

Base Grant Funding

908

  96%

$ 42,647,373,321

Supplemental Grant Funding

949

100%

   5,389,395,279

Concentration Grant Funding

565

  60%

     3,146,618,384

Necessary Small School Allowance

118

  12%

         100,003,113

Add-on Funding

904

  95%

      1,303,928,025

Total LCFF Target Entitlement    
$ 52,587,318,122
LCFF Target Entitlement Calculation - Charter School
LCFF Target Components Number % of All Charters Amount

Base Grant Funding

1,106

100%

$ 3,894,663,700

Supplemental Grant Funding

1,102

  99%

      468,435,224

Concentration Grant Funding

   593

  54%

   225,019,586

Total LCFF Target Entitlement    
$ 4,588,118,510
LCFF Target Entitlement Calculation - Total
LCFF Target Components Number of LEAs Amount

Base Grant Funding

2,014

$ 46,542,037,021

Supplemental Grant Funding

2,051

     5,857,830,503

Concentration Grant Funding
1,158
  3,371,637,970
Necessary Small School Allowance
118
100,003,113
Add-on Funding
904
1,303,928,025
Total LCFF Target Entitlement  
$57,175,436,632
Total Funded Average Daily Attendance (ADA) by Grade Span (includes NSS ADA)
LEA Type Number of LEAs TK/K-3 4-6 7-8 9-12 TOTAL ADA

School Districts

   949

1,736,216.11

1,261,971.54

828,648.33

1,674,856.45

5,501,692.43

Charter Schools

1,106

   138,312.82

      99,809.80

   78,278.90

   180,590.65

   496,992.17

TOTAL

2,055

1,874,528.93

1,361,781.34

906,927.23

1,855,447.10

5,998,684.60

Unduplicated Pupil Percentage (UPP)
Component Data

School Districts’ Average UPP

59.54%

Districts with UPP of 100%

8

Districts with UPP of zero

0

Charter Schools’ Average UPP

60.99%

Charters with UPP of 100%

15

Charters with UPP of zero

4

School Districts' and Charter Schools' UPP Range
Unduplicated Pupil Percentage Range (%) Number of Districts Number of Charters

0-10

36

44

11-20

46

74

21-30

72

103

31-40

83

92

41-50

98

98

51-60

118

103

61-70

126

98

71-80

122

115

81-90

145

152

91-100

103

227

Total

949

1,106

Ten Largest School Districts (based on ADA)
School District Name ADA Target per ADA* UPP

Los Angeles Unified

493,104.22

$11,297

84.61%

San Diego Unified

106,131.85

$9,696

62.47%

Long Beach Unified

77,973.60

$9,647

70.02%

Fresno Unified

66,226.93

$10,439

86.89%

Elk Grove Unified

59,531.99

$8,724

55.96%

Santa Ana Unified

52,095.98

$10,711

93.28%

Corona-Norco Unified

51,863.56

$8,558

45.75%

San Francisco Unified

51,130.39

$10,067

67.01%

Capistrano Unified

49,223.46

$8,247

23.98%

San Bernardino City Unified

47,220.81

$11,173

94.92%

*LCFF Target per ADA is determined by dividing LCFF Target Entitlement by Funded ADA. This amount does not represent actual funding. Target per ADA rates vary due to differences in UPP, the distribution of ADA between the grade spans, and other components of the Target Entitlement.

Ten Largest Charter Schools (based on ADA)
Charter School Name ADA Target per ADA* UPP

River Springs Charter

5,165.71

$8,234

40.75%

Visions In Education

4,542.22

$8,832

54.57%

Granada Hills Charter High

4,166.05

$9,544

52.45%

Options for Youth-Victorville Charter

3,974.53

$11,086

81.84%

Opportunities for Learning - Baldwin Park II

3,922.65

$11,478

87.50%

California Virtual Academy @ Los Angeles

3,715.46

$8,612

55.15%

El Camino Real Charter High

3,515.10

$9,089

26.11%

Grover Cleveland Charter High

3,099.05

$10,420

68.76%

Birmingham Community Charter High

2,932.10

$11,394

85.50%

California Virtual Academy @ San Diego

2,909.93

$8,632

52.28%

* LCFF Target per ADA is derived by dividing LCFF Target Entitlement by Funded ADA. This amount does not represent actual funding. Target per ADA rates vary due to differences in UPP, the distribution of ADA between the grade spans, and other components of the Target Entitlement.

DATA SOURCE: 2013–14 Annual Apportionment certified funding exhibits for all active LEAs for the complete fiscal year.

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Last Reviewed: Wednesday, February 19, 2020
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