Source: Education Dive

California’s Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) allows districts to better meet local needs and improve services for low-income students, children in foster care and English learners. But three-fourths of the superintendents responding to a new survey say the basic level of funding from the state is not adequate for them to make the improvements they say are needed, according to results released today. The findings also show that 90% of the 350 superintendents who responded wish they could have even more flexibility to use the funds to support programs targeting other groups of students not identified by LCFF, such as students of color.