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Local Control Accountability Plan




Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP)

Updated: August 23, 2023

Local Control Accountability Plan 2023-2024

As required by Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) Education Codes 42103, 42127, and 52062, all school districts must develop a three year Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP).  The LCAP must be updated every year, be aligned to eight areas identified as state priorities, and describe  the school district's overall vision for students, annual goals and specific actions the district will take to achieve the vision and achievement targets.  In addition, the LCAP describes how the district's budget will help achieve the goals, and how the district will assess each year how well the strategies in the plan were able to improve outcomes.  Mt. Diablo's LCAP addresses college and career readiness, professional learning, engaging parents and community members, and the targeting of support for special populations.  These students include foster youth, English learners, low income, and students with disabilities.  Over the past 6 months, Council members, advisory groups, and school sites have facilitated meetings with key stakeholder groups providing opportunities for staff, students and community members to provide input on the district's instructional program.

A public hearing was held on June 14 , 2023 to solicit public comment and the document was approved by the Board of Education on June 28, 2023.  

Input and feedback responses are available below the approved plans.
2023-24 Approved LCAP English.pdf

2023-24 Approved LCAP Spanish.pdf

2023-24 Feedback Responses English

2023-24 Feedback Response Spanish

Questions about the LCAP or LCFF

For more information regarding the LCAP, please refer to the California Department of Education website "Frequently Asked Questions"   

Visit the CDE Website or ED100 website for more information. This resource explains the 8 priority areas that all LCAP plans must cover and much more about how this plan intersects with school site plans and the complexities of state funding.