Funding Sources Glossary
Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) consists of base funds (depending on the students enrolled in the district), supplemental funds (based on the number of unduplicated students who are foster youth, English learners, or low-income), and concentration funds (if unduplicated students account for 55% or more of enrollment in the district).
Title I funds schools with high amounts of children from low-income families.
Title II funds teacher training on academic subjects and strategies.
Title III funding supports English learners (ELs) attainment of English language proficiency.
One-time funding is government funding to spend at any time over a defined period, such as the Effective Educator funding being available to districts for three years.
Grants are disbursed by a government department, corporation, or foundation, to local education agencies.
Fundraising or community support is the practice of raising money to support educational programs by schools or school groups.