Required LCAP Plan Development Process
One of the key components outlined in the Education Code is that districts must consult various stakeholders in the development of the LCAP, and allow them to review it and comment on it. The figure below outlines the process a district must follow in adopting its LCAP. One of the main procedural requirements is that a district consults with its school employees, local bargaining units, parents, and students. As part of this consultation process, CRPUSD must present their proposed plans to a parent advisory committee and a separate EL parent advisory committee. The advisory committees can review and comment on the proposed plan. Ed. Code also requires districts to respond in writing to the comments of the advisory committees and to notify members of the public that they may submit written comments regarding the specific actions and expenditures proposed in the LCAP.