BILL ANALYSIS                                                                                                                                                                                                    

                                                                  AB 1713
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          Date of Hearing:   April 14, 2010

                                Felipe Fuentes, Chair

                  AB 1713 (Furutani) - As Amended:  March 18, 2010 

          Policy Committee:                              Higher  

          Urgency:     No                   State Mandated Local Program:  
          No     Reimbursable:               


          This bill streamlines legislative reporting requirements for the  
          California Community Colleges (CCC).  Specifically, this bill:

          1)Combines separate reports on concurrent enrollment and special  
            admits into one annual report and changes the due date from  
            November 1 to March 1.

          2)Changes the due date from May 1 to July 1 for the report on  
            the number of full-time equivalent students (FTES) claimed by  
            each district for career development and college preparation  
            courses and classes.

          3)Requires the report on the number of students served by the  
            Extended Opportunity Program and Services (EOPS) be submitted  
            biennially instead of annually.

          4)Removes three obsolete reporting requirements.

           FISCAL EFFECT  

          Minor savings to the Chancellor's Office of the CCC and to the  


           Background and Purpose  .  AB 1182 (Brownley)/Chapter 386 of 2009,  
          eliminated, restructured, and reorganized 45 reports to the  
          Legislature that are required of the University of California  
          (UC), the California State University (CSU), and/or the CCC.  AB  
          1182 was the product of a work group comprised of legislative  


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          staff, the Department of Finance, the Legislative Analyst's  
          Office, and the California Postsecondary Education Commission  
          and included the work group's consensus recommendations on the  
          reporting requirements provided by UC, CSU, and CCC, as well as  
          the concerns raised by the governor in his veto in 2008 of a  
          similar bill (AB 1821, Brownley).  The CCC Chancellor's Office  
          is sponsoring AB 1713 to further consolidate reporting  
          requirements and to delete obsolete requirements.

           Analysis Prepared by  :    Chuck Nicol / APPR. / (916) 319-2081