Dublin USD Office of Accountability coordinates the implementation and accountability of the District’s state and federal categorical programs, along with ensuring compliance with state and federal regulations and laws. The following federal and state programs are monitored by Dublin USD Educational Services staff members: Consolidated Application, Local Control Accountability Plan (including Tile I – Improving the Academic Achievement of Economically Disadvantaged Students), Title III English Language Learner Plan, Title IV, and School Accountability Report Card.
Consolidated Application (Con App)
The Consolidated Application (Con App) is a two-part application and reporting process for multiple state and federal, formula-driven, categorical program funds submitted by county offices, school districts, and direct-funded charter schools. The Con App is used by the California Department of Education to distribute categorical funds from various state and federal programs to county offices, school districts, and direct funded charter schools throughout California.
2017-18 Consolidated Application (Spring Release)
Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP)
The LCAP is a three year plan for local educational agencies to set goals, actions, and services, to support positive student outcomes that address state and local priorities.
Local Education Agency Plan (LEAP)
The purpose of the LEA Plan is to develop an integrated, coordinated set of actions that LEAs will take to ensure that they meet certain programmatic requirements, including student academic services designed to increase student achievement and performance, coordination of services, needs assessments, consultations, school choice, supplemental services, services to homeless students, and others as required.
Title III English Language Learner Plan
Title III is officially known as the Language Instruction for English Learner and Immigrant Students Act. The overarching purpose is to ensure that English learner (EL) students, including immigrant children and youth, attain English language proficiency and meet the same challenging state academic standards that other students are expected to meet. LEAs must use Title III funds to supplement state language instruction educational programs, designed to assist EL students’ achievement goals.
Title IV, funds are intended to increase the capacity of local educational agencies (LEAs) and schools to meet the goals of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) by (1) providing all students with the access to a well-rounded education, (2) improving school conditions for student learning, and (3) improving the use of technology in order to improve the academic achievement and digital literacy of all students.
This is the first year for applying for Title IV funding and a plan will be available for posting in March 2018.
School Accountability Report Card
2017-2018 School Accountability Report Card (SARC) is published during the 20178-19 School Year
Each year, we share important information about schools with parents, guardians, and the community at large. Early in the fall, we produce Fact Sheets that summarize key facts from the previous school year (the most recent year for which we have complete data). Later in the year, we produce the SARCs which provide details about our students, teachers, facilities, financial resources, and educational programs.