San José Unified School District Public Input Survey

The San José Unified School District (SJUSD) now receives per pupil funding per California's Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF). The LCFF provides SJUSD with a base grant for all students and a supplemental grant for students identified as English learners and/or low income. The Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) requires the Board of Education to adopt a plan for how the LCFF funds are spent and we want your input on spending priorities. The information you provide will assist staff and the Board of Education in planning for the 2014-2015 school year and beyond.

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Please rank the following SJUSD Strategic Plan Objectives, with your highest spending priority receiving a 1 and your lowest receiving a 5.

The position of the choices will automatically update based on your ranking. You can continue to update the ranking by changing the number next to the category.

High-Quality Academics: provide a high-quality and comprehensive instructional program.
Broader Community and Family Supports: ensure students, staff, parents and the community are both satisfied and engaged.
Aligned Resources/Efficient Operations: align resources to the strategic plan and equity policy and demonstrate cost-effective budget management.
High-Quality Staff: attract and recruit, support and retain a highly effective and diverse workforce.
Research-Based Accountability and Support: demonstrate effective, efficient, and exemplary practices in all divisions, departments, and schools.
Please feel free to share any comments you have on LCFF spending priorities.