The first few kilometres along the water are also covered slowly and carefully, as if not to disturb the swollen Grey River that has more than once inundated the town.
An act to amend Sections Existing law requires that the priority objective of those visits be the determination of whether each school has sufficient textbooks, as defined. This bill would revise the definition of sufficient textbooks for the —09 and —10 fiscal years and, during those fiscal years, would require a county superintendent of schools to use that revised definition to determine whether a school has sufficient textbooks.
The bill would make these provisions inoperative on July 1,and repeal them on January 1, Existing law reduces the revenue limit for each county superintendent of schools for the —09 fiscal year by a deficit factor of 4.
This bill would instead reduce the revenue limit for each county superintendent of schools for the —09 fiscal year by a deficit factor of 7. This bill would make this report requirement inoperative for the —09 to —13 fiscal years, inclusive.
The moneys transferred are required to be used for the purpose of addressing emergency facilities needs. This bill, for the —10 fiscal year, would reduce the amount required to be transferred pursuant to the requirement above to zero.
The bill would prohibit funds provided to school districts from the School Facilities Emergency Repair Account for the purpose of emergency repair grants from being used either to supplant funds provided to local educational agencies for the deferred maintenance of school facilities pursuant to specified statutes or for deposit into a school district deferred maintenance fund for expenditure for specified purposes.
Existing law makes that provision inapplicable to the fiscal years between the —93 and —09, inclusive. This bill would make that provision inapplicable to the —10 fiscal year. The Superintendent of Public Instruction and the Director of Finance, by January 1,are required to jointly determine the outstanding balance of the minimum funding obligation to school districts and community college districts pursuant to the California Constitution for the —96 to —04 fiscal years, inclusive.
Existing law cancels that annual appropriation for the —09 fiscal year. Existing law reduces the revenue limit for each school district for the —09 fiscal year by a deficit factor of 4. This bill would instead reduce the revenue limit for each school district for the —09 fiscal year by a deficit factor of 7.
This bill would instead reduce by a percentage, calculated as specified, the appropriations made in the Budget Act of to school districts and county offices of education in enumerated items that fund specified categorical education programs.
The bill would authorize school districts, for the —09 to —13 fiscal years, inclusive, to use the funds received pursuant to any of those budget items, with specified exceptions, for any educational purpose, to the extent permitted by federal law. The school districts and county offices of education would be required, at a regularly scheduled, open, public hearing, to take testimony from the public, discuss, and approve or disapprove the proposed use of funding, and to report to the State Department of Education, in the existing annual Standardized Accounting System reporting process, the purposes for which the funds were used and the amounts used for each of those purposes.
The department would be required to collect and provide this information to the appropriate legislative policy and budget committees and the Department of Finance by February 28, If a school district or county office of education receives funding for a class but fails to reduce the size of that class to 20 pupils, the school district or county office of education suffers a reduction in its next principal apportionment of state funds.
This bill would reduce the amount of this penalty for the —09, —10, —11 and —12 fiscal years, as specified. This bill would delete the condition related to the increase in revenue limit funding so that school districts would be subject to the requirements when they receive funds for instructional materials from any state source.
This bill, until July 1,would exempt school districts from that requirement. This bill would state the intent of the Legislature that no new General Fund augmentation be made available for contributions to the University of California Retirement Plan.
This bill would repeal this provision. This appropriation reflects the June principal apportionment that is deferred to July The funds appropriated would be applied toward the minimum funding requirements for school districts and community college districts imposed by Section 8 of Article XVI of the California Constitution for the —10 fiscal year.
The funds appropriated would be applied toward the minimum funding requirements for school districts and community college districts imposed by Section 8 of Article XVI of the California constitution for the —10 fiscal year.
This bill would add the categorical block grant for charter schools to the list of programs not receiving a cost-of-living adjustment for the —09 fiscal year.
This bill would reduce or eliminate specified appropriations made in that Budget Act. This bill would reduce specified General Fund appropriations made in that Budget Act for those purposes. The bill would provide that, for purposes of satisfying the minimum annual funding obligation for school districts required by the California Constitution, the appropriated funds are General Fund revenues appropriated for school districts and community college districts for the —11 fiscal year.
Existing law requires the Controller to draw warrants on the State Treasury in favor of the county treasurer of each county in each month of each year during the fiscal year from the State School Fund to the school districts under the jurisdiction of the county superintendent of schools of the county, to the county school service fund, and to the county school tuition fund of the county.
For the —09 fiscal year only the entire amount of the July warrant for the county school service fund and a specified percentage of the amount of the July warrant for school district apportionments, county school service fund apportionments for classes maintained by the county superintendent of schools, and county school tuition fund apportionments are deferred to the warrants drawn in September.
The bill would defer until July the disbursal of those funds. The bill would provide that, for purposes of satisfying the minimum annual funding obligation for community college districts required by the California Constitution, those funds are General Fund revenues appropriated for community college districts for the —11 fiscal year.
These revenues, after certain deductions for nonhighway fuel uses, are deposited in the Highway Users Tax Account. This bill would modify the apportionment of fuel tax revenues designated for street and highway and guideway purposes for the —10 and —11 fiscal years.Ryerson University Sociology Social Class and Inequality Fall The goal of this course is to introduce students to one central and dominant themes in sociology: inequality.
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BUS-F Financial Decision Making (3 cr.) P: BUS-F , BUS-K Application of financial theory and techniques of analysis in the search for optimal solutions to financial management problems.
Application of financial theory and techniques of analysis in the search for optimal solutions to financial management problems.
Held within the Steamrail compound of Melbourne’s Newport railway workshops on Saturday 28 July was the first of what might hopefully become a series of special railway photography events under Newtel Productions’ Rail Scene Photography banner.
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