1. Meeting and Exceeding LCFF Public Engagement Requirements -October 7 2014 Alisa MacAvoy and Peter Wright


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    Local agencies across the state have been working towards implementing the new Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) requirements. Your community worked toward diverse, inclusive public engagement during your first LCFF effort – but are you looking for ways to take your engagement activities to the next level? With the first year behind you, this webinar will reflect on lessons learned and discuss opportunities for the future. During the webinar, panelists discuss: -A brief overview of the new policy and public engagement, -Public engagement designs from the first year of LCFF implementation, -Tips on how to better engage parents and community members moving forward, and -Opportunities to engage and build trust with members of your community that you may not have easily reached in the past. Panelists for this webinar are: -Alisa Greene MacAvoy, Trustee, Redwood City School District and President, San Mateo County School Boards Association -Peter Wright, Policy and Programs Officer with California School Boards Association and Faculty, University of San Francisco Thank you to our audience who asked helpful questions, panelists Alisa MacAvoy and Peter Wright, and the California School Boards Association for their tremendous support in making this webinar possible. The Institute for Local Government also thanks its Panel of Advisors as well as the James Irvine Foundation for its support of the Public Engagement program.

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    • Hal Conklin on ILG's Resources


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      Hal Conklin, ILG board member and former Mayor of Santa Barbara describes how ILG's resources make a difference for local officials.

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