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Crosswalk to LCAP

This web page contains the English Learner Roadmap Crosswalk between the CA EL Roadmap principles and the eight state priority areas.

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EL Roadmap Principles and LCAP Priorities Principle One

Assets-Oriented and Needs-Responsive Schools

Principle Two

Intellectual Quality of Instruction and Meaningful Access

Principle Three

System Conditions that Support Effectiveness

Principle Four

Alignment and Articulation Within and Across Systems

LCAP One

Basic (Conditions of Learning) Teachers, Materials, Facilities

Elements

A, C & E

Elements

A, B, & D

Elements

B & D

Elements

A, B, & C

LCAP Two

State Standards (Conditions of Learning)

Elements

A, B & E

Elements

A, B, F, & G

Elements

B & D

Elements

B & C

LCAP Three

Parental Involvement (Engagement)

Elements

B, D & E

Element

D

Element

D

Element

C

LCAP Four

Pupil Achievement (Pupil Outcomes)

Element

C

Elements

A, B, & C

Elements

A & B

Elements

B & C

LCAP Five

Pupil Engagement (Engagement)

Elements

B, C, & D

Elements

E & F

Element

D

Element

C

LCAP Six

School Climate (Engagement)

Elements

A & D

Elements

A & D

Element

D

Element

C

LCAP Seven

Course Access (Conditions of Learning)

Elements

B & D

Elements

D, E, & G

Element

C & D

Elements

B & C

LCAP Eight

Other Pupil Outcomes (Pupil Outcomes)

Not Applicable Not Applicable

Elements

A, C, & D

Elements

A & C

For a printable version of the Crosswalk to LCAP, download the version below.

Three-Way Crosswalk (DOCX)
This crosswalk between the California EL Roadmap Policy Principles, Special Education Annual Performance Report Indicators, and the eight Local Control Funding Formula priority areas can help facilitate alignment of local goals and policies with the mission, vision, and principles of the EL Roadmap Policy.

Questions:   English Learner Support Division | ELROADMAPPROJECT@cde.ca.gov | 916-319-0938
Last Reviewed: Thursday, September 10, 2020
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