School District Type of Goal Goals Metrics Funding 14-15 Funding 15-16 Funding 16-17
Los Angeles
Dedicated Foster Care Funding Foster Care All Foster Youth will have a comprehensive academic assessment and each middle or high school student will have an annual Individual Graduation Plan, as grad appropriate, and offered the services and supports to implement the plan. Eligible Foster Youth will have an Independent Living Plan as age appropriate.

Increase the percent of students attending 173-180 days each year (96% attendance rate)

Decrease students missing 16 days or more each school year.

Decrease the number of suspensions for all students

Leverage existing student governance and engagement programs and new technology to develop student leadership, voice, and engagement, increasing district accountability for student outcomes.

Increase students scoring proficient and above on the CCSS/SBAC benchmark English Language arts scores established in 2014-2015

Increase students scoring proficient and above over CCS/SBAC benchmark Mathematics scores established in 2014-15

Increase percentage of parents trained on academic initiatives by providing a minimum of four workshops at each school annually.

Increase graduation rates for all students.

Increase secondary students completing an annual Individual Graduation Plan
Elementary Foster Youth - Elementary Academic Assessment; Middle - Individual Culmination Planl High - Individual Graduation Plan: Year 1: 65%; Year 2 - 85%; Year 3 - 100%

High - Independent Living Plan - 100% (all years)

Foster Youth Attendance over 96%: Year 1 - 55%; Year 2 - 58%; Year 3 - 61%

Foster Youth Chronic Absent: Year 1 - 20%; Year 2 - 18%; Year 3 - 16%

Foster Youth Suspensions: Year 1 - 517; Year 2 - 491; Year 3 - 466

Foster Youth - Establish Benchmark and Data Source; Conduct biannual student climate surveyl conduct needs assessment; assess infrastructure to carry out work; Map existing resources to carry out work; Establish benchmarks by subgroup

Establish testing benchmark and data source; Increase by 1% in Year 2; by 3% in Year 3

Foster Youth guardians - Establish benchmark and targets.

Foster youthGraduation Rate: Year 1 - 46%; Year 2 - 48%; Year 3 - 50%

Foster Youth IGP Rate: Establish benchmark and Data Source
Foster Youth Support Plan and Family Source Centers, including augmentations to counselors, psychiatric social workers, behavior specialists, pupil services & attendance counselor aides, and pupil services and attendance counselors specifically spporting foster youth. Individualized Learning Plan for each foster student. Develop MOUs regarding foster youth school transfers, implement tracking infrastructure, and identify baseline data necessary to minimize foster youth transfer rate.

$9. 9M
PSA Counselors
Psychiatric Social Workers
Lead Counselor
Coordinator
Foster Youth Support Plan and Family Source Centers, including augmentations to counselors, psychiatric social workers, behavior specialists, pupil services & attendance counselor aides, and pupil services and attendance counselors specifically spporting foster youth. Individualized Learning Plan for each foster student. Develop MOUs regarding foster youth school transfers, implement tracking infrastructure, and identify baseline data necessary to minimize foster youth transfer rate.

$10. 9M
PSA Counselors
Psychiatric Social Workers
Lead Counselor
Coordinator
Foster Youth Support Plan and Family Source Centers, including augmentations to counselors, psychiatric social workers, behavior specialists, pupil services & attendance counselor aides, and pupil services and attendance counselors specifically spporting foster youth. Individualized Learning Plan for each foster student. Develop MOUs regarding foster youth school transfers, implement tracking infrastructure, and identify baseline data necessary to minimize foster youth transfer rate.

$11. 9M
PSA Counselors
Psychiatric Social Workers
Lead Counselor
Coordinator
 2014 - 15 $9.9 M Attendance Increase the percent of students attending 173-180 days each year (96% attendance rate)

Decrease students missing 16 days or more each school year.
Attendance Rate
All Students - Year 1: 70%; Year 2 - 71%; Year 3 - 72%
Low-Income Students - Year 1 - 71%; Year 2 - 73%; Year 3 - 75%
English Learners - Year 1 - 55%; Year 2- 58%;  Year 3 - 74%
Foster Youth: Year 1 - 55%; Year 2 - 58%; Year 3 - 61%
African American Students - Year 1 - 59%; Year 2 - 62%; Year 3 - 65%
Students w/ Disabilities: Year 1 - 64%; YEar 2 - 67%; Year 3: 70%

Chronic Absenteeism
All students: Year 1 - 11:%; Year 2 - 10%; Year 3 - 9%
Low Income Students: Year 1 - 11:%; Year 2 - 10%; Year 3 - 9%
English Learners: Year 1 - 11:5; Year 2 - 9%; Year 3 - 7%
Foster Youth: Year 1 - 20%; Year 2 - 18%; Year 3 - 16%
African American Students: Year 1 - 19%; Year 2 - 17%; Year 3 - 15%
Students w Disabilities: Year 1 - 15%; Year 2 - 13%; Year 3 - 11%
Student Health and Human Services
- Nursing Services
- Asthma Program
- Communicable Disease/Immunization Program
- City Partnerships ‐ Youth WorkSource Centers/Family Source Centers
- Neglected, Delinquent, At‐Risk Youth Program
- Attendance Improvement Program- The Diploma Project
- School Mental Health
- Crisis Counseling and Intervention Services
- Threat Assessment, Suicide Prevention, Trauma Services, Disaster
Recovery
- Mental Health Clinics
- Nutrition Education Obesity Program
- Wellness Centers and School‐based Health Centers
- Medical Services
- Healthy Start
- ChildrenŐs Health Access and Medi‐Cal Program
- School Enrollment, Placement, and Assessment Center

$25.3 M
Student Health and Human Services
- Nursing Services
- Asthma Program
- Communicable Disease/Immunization Program
- City Partnerships ‐ Youth WorkSource Centers/Family Source Centers
- Neglected, Delinquent, At‐Risk Youth Program
- Attendance Improvement Program- The Diploma Project
- School Mental Health
- Crisis Counseling and Intervention Services
- Threat Assessment, Suicide Prevention, Trauma Services, Disaster
Recovery
- Mental Health Clinics
- Nutrition Education Obesity Program
- Wellness Centers and School‐based Health Centers
- Medical Services
- Healthy Start
- ChildrenŐs Health Access and Medi‐Cal Program
- School Enrollment, Placement, and Assessment Center

$25.3 M
Student Health and Human Services
- Nursing Services
- Asthma Program
- Communicable Disease/Immunization Program
- City Partnerships ‐ Youth WorkSource Centers/Family Source Centers
- Neglected, Delinquent, At‐Risk Youth Program
- Attendance Improvement Program- The Diploma Project
- School Mental Health
- Crisis Counseling and Intervention Services
- Threat Assessment, Suicide Prevention, Trauma Services, Disaster
Recovery
- Mental Health Clinics
- Nutrition Education Obesity Program
- Wellness Centers and School‐based Health Centers
- Medical Services
- Healthy Start
- ChildrenŐs Health Access and Medi‐Cal Program
- School Enrollment, Placement, and Assessment Center

$25.3 M
2015 - 16 $10.9 M Leveraging Opportunity Increase students scoring proficient and above on the CCSS/SBAC benchmark English Language arts scores established in 2014-2015

Increase students scoring proficient and above over CCS/SBAC benchmark Mathematics scores established in 2014-15

Increase percentage of parents trained on academic initiatives by providing a minimum of four workshops at each school annually.

Increase graduation rates for all students.

Increase secondary students completing an annual Individual Graduation Plan


Decrease the number of suspensions for all students
Low Income Students ELA and Math Scores; Students w Disabilities -
Establish testing benchmark and data source; Increase by 1% in Year 2; by 3% in Year 3

Parents of Low Income Students & Parents of Students w/ Disabilities- Engagement with Academics: Establish Benchmark and Data Source; Conduct biannual student climate surveyl conduct needs assessment; assess infrastructure to carry out work; Map existing resources to carry out work; Establish benchmarks by subgroup

Low Income Students Graduation Rates;: Year 1 - 71%; Year 2 - 73%; Year 3 - 75%
Students w Disabilities Graduation Rates: Year 1 - 45%; Year 2 - 48%; Year 3 - 51%

Low Income Students IGP Rates: Year 1 - 59%; Year 2 - 60%; Year 3 - 61%

Low Income Students Suspensions: Year 1 - 9,108; Year 2 - 8,653; Year 3 - 8,220
African American Student Suspensions: Year 1 - 3,068; Year 2 - 2,915; Year 3 - 2,769
Students w Disabilities Suspensions: Year 1 - 2,634; Year 2 - 2,502; Year 3 - 2,377
Increase Support Sites with High Turnover and high concentrations of unduplicated students. Supports include staffing, professional development augmentations and recruitment and retention enhancemens. Also includes new teacher support and assistance (BTSA).
$27.5 million

Assistant Principals, Psychiatric Social, Workers, Class Size, Reduction,, Administrative and Clerical, Nurses, Librarians, Arts, Custodial and Maintenance, Professional Development

Ensuring the Success of Students with Disabilities: General Fund Support for Special Education services serving all students, inclusive of unduplicated students
$452.6 M
Teachers, Aides, Physical Therapists, Psychologists, Psychiatric Social Workers, Special Ed Centers, Targeted Programs and Supports, Transportation (list not exhaustive)

Augmentation to Special Education Services addressing over-referral and identification of students
$22.4 M
Training and support to schools and staff

Focus on School Climate and Student Engagement at campuses of highest need, based on unduplicated student concentrations
$57.3 M
 Providing socio-behavioral, psychiatric, behavioral and other supports.
Increase Support Sites with High Turnover and high concentrations of unduplicated students. Supports include staffing, professional development augmentations and recruitment and retention enhancemens. Also includes new teacher support and assistance (BTSA).
$23.3 million

Assistant Principals, Psychiatric Social, Workers, Class Size, Reduction,, Administrative and Clerical, Nurses, Librarians, Arts, Custodial and Maintenance, Professional Development
Ensuring the Success of Students with Disabilities: General Fund Support for Special Education services serving all students, inclusive of unduplicated students
$452.6 M
Teachers, Aides, Physical Therapists, Psychologists, Psychiatric Social Workers, Special Ed Centers, Targeted Programs and Supports, Transportation (list not exhaustive)

Augmentation to Special Education Services addressing over-referral and identification of students
$22.4 M
Training and support to schools and staff

Focus on School Climate and Student Engagement at campuses of highest need, based on unduplicated student concentrations
$115.8 M
 Providing socio-behavioral, psychiatric, behavioral and other supports.
Increase Support Sites with High Turnover and high concentrations of unduplicated students. Supports include staffing, professional development augmentations and recruitment and retention enhancemens. Also includes new teacher support and assistance (BTSA).
$23.4 million
Assistant Principals, Psychiatric Social, Workers, Class Size, Reduction,, Administrative and Clerical, Nurses, Librarians, Arts, Custodial and Maintenance, Professional Development
Ensuring the Success of Students with Disabilities: General Fund Support for Special Education services serving all students, inclusive of unduplicated students
$452.6 M
Teachers, Aides, Physical Therapists, Psychologists, Psychiatric Social Workers, Special Ed Centers, Targeted Programs and Supports, Transportation (list not exhaustive)

Augmentation to Special Education Services addressing over-referral and identification of students
$22.4 M
Training and support to schools and staff

Focus on School Climate and Student Engagement at campuses of highest need, based on unduplicated student concentrations
$127.8 M
 Providing socio-behavioral, psychiatric, behavioral and other supports.
2016 - 17 $11.9 M Leveraging Opportunity Ensure effective and fair handling of student behavior by promoting positive solutions through the reform of student discipline policies and practices All Students
Out of classroom referrals by subgroup; Non-Academic options program referrals, Student persistence
Year 1 - Establish benchmark and data source
Professional Development
Positive Behavior Support Systems; Student Discipline Training kit
(some portion of) $4.9 M
Professional Development
Positive Behavior Support Systems
(some portion of) $4.9 M
Professional Development
Positive Behavior Support Systems
(some portion of) $4.9 M