Project: California's New School Finance Law: Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) Date: June 24, 2015…
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The district can amend its plan over the summer, provided it holds public hearings before doing so. But summer is a difficult time for parents and students to attend meetings, and so a coalition of community groups from West Contra Costa will attend the Board meeting tonight to ask the Board to make sure parents and students have a meaningful opportunity to comment on the Board’s allocations. Thanks to legislation passed in 2013 creating a new planning process, school boards must take local priorities into account when allocating funding. The coalition hopes to ensure that WCCUSD will act in a spirit of transparency and listen to the needs of the community.
- Who: Parents, Students, ACLU Berkeley/North East Bay Chapter, Healthy Richmond, The Latina Center, Public Counsel, Public Advocates, The California Endowment, Youth Together
- What: West Contra Costa County USD Board Meeting at DeJean Middle School
- When: Wednesday, June 24; 6:30PM
- Where: DeJean Middle School, 3400 Macdonald Ave, Richmond, CA 94805
- Why: Pressure the WCCUSD Board to act in a spirit of transparency and adopt a plan to allocate $4.3 million in unspent funding for high-needs students according to local priorities