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Senate Bill 609 – Requires LEAs Post Their Approved Local Control Accountability Plan For The School Year On The Performance Overview Portion Of The California School Dashboard
Existing law requires the governing board of a school district and county board of education to adopt local control accountability plans using the State template. Existing law requires a superintendent of a school district, a county superintendent of schools, and the Superintendent of Public Instruction to post local control and accountability plans to various websites.
SB 609 eliminate the provision that requires the Superintendent of Public Instruction to post local control and accountability plans. Instead, the bill requires that each school district, county office of education, and charter school (LEA) post the current school years local control accountability plan adopted by the governing board and approved by the county superintendent of schools on the performance overview portion of the California School Dashboard.
The bill requires the State Department of Education notify each LEA of their obligation under this bill and ensure compliance with the requirements.
(SB 609 amends Section 52065 of the Education Code.)