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Legislators, however, rejected it, perhaps viewing the policy as too "governor-driven." Thus, with the LCFF policy, success required developing a broader base of support by engaging with diverse stakeholders.
In a study published last month, Berkeley public policy school professor Rucker Johnson and Sean Tanner, a senior researcher at the Learning Policy Institute, confirmed the wisdom of the LCFF approach.
As was stated earlier in this report, it seemed appropriate, given the restrictions of LCFF, to develop and test a comprehensive, well-designed induction program, one that used online methodologies as its primary delivery system.
Additionally LCFF has served 370 children through free tutorial programs in schools and churches, with 75 percent showing academic improvement.
The district reports 95% of the student population is disadvantaged, incrementally boosting revenue growth during LCFF's recent implementation, but revenue will closely follow enrollment trends in future years.
Solid gains in state per-pupil school funding through California's Local Control Funding formula (LCFF) are expected to outpace the impact of the district's relatively modest declines in enrollment.
In recent years, state aid has been expanding due to improvements in the state's economy and the Local Control Funding Formula's (LCFF) focus on providing additional funds for targeted students.
Approximately three-quarters of the district's revenues are allocated through the state of California's Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF).
The district is dependent on the State of California Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) and other state funding for about 80% of its revenues.
As for most districts in the state, California's Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) determines a significant amount of district general fund revenues.
It expects a trend of slow revenue growth given recent and near-term projected modest declines in enrollment and the state's Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) at full implementation.
The district depends on the state of California's Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) for the majority of its general fund revenues.
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