as amended, Committee on Budget.
begin deleteBudget Act of 2016. end delete
This bill would express the intent of the Legislature to enact statutory changes relating to the Budget Act of 2016.end delete
begin deleteno end delete.
Fiscal committee: begin deleteno end delete.
State-mandated local program: no.
The people of the State of California do enact as follows:
The Legislature finds and declares that it is in the
4interest of the people of the state to
begin delete insureend delete that all people
5have free and convenient access to all library resources and services
6that might enrich their lives, regardless of where they live or of
7the tax base of their
begin delete local government.end delete
9This finding is based on the recognition that:end delete
10(a) The public library is a primary source of information,
11recreation, and education to persons of all ages, any location, or
12any economic circumstance.
13(b) The expansion of knowledge and the increasing complexity
14of our society
begin delete create needsend delete for materials and
begin delete goend delete beyond the ability of any one library to
17(c) The public libraries of California are supported primarily
18by local taxes. The ability of local governments to provide adequate
19service is dependent on the taxable wealth of each local jurisdiction
20and varies widely throughout the state.
21(d) Public libraries are unable to bear the greater costs of
22meeting the exceptional needs of many residents, including people
23with disabilities, non-English-speaking and
24limited-English-speaking persons, those who are confined to home
25or in an institution, and those who are economically disadvantaged.
P14 1(e) The effective sharing of resources and services among the
2 libraries of California requires an ongoing commitment by the
begin delete compensate libraries for services beyond their clientele.end delete
5(f) The sharing of services and resources is most efficient when
6a common database is available to provide information on where
7materials can be found.
In adopting this chapter, the Legislature declares that
11its policy shall
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12(a) To reaffirm the principle of local control of the government
13and administration of public libraries, and to affirm that the
14provisions of this chapter apply only to libraries authorized by
15their jurisdictions to apply to participate in the programs authorized
16by this act.
17(b) To require no library, as a condition for receiving funds or
18services under this chapter, to acquire or exclude any specific book,
19periodical, film, recording, picture, or other material, or any
20specific equipment, or to acquire or exclude any classification of
21books or other material by author, subject matter, or type.
22(c) To encourage adequate financing of libraries from local
23sources, with state aid to be furnished to supplement, not supplant,
25(d) To encourage service to the underserved of all ages.
26(e) To encourage and enable the sharing of resources between
28(f) To reimburse equitably any participating library for services
29it provides beyond its jurisdiction if a public library, or, if not a
30public library, beyond its normal clientele.
32 To ensure public participation in carrying out the intent of
As used in this chapter, unless the context otherwise indicates or
38unless specific exception is made:
P15 1(a) “Academic library” means a library established and
2maintained by a college or university to meet the needs of its
3students and faculty, and others by agreement.
4(b) “Act” means the California Library Services Act.
5(c) “Cooperative library system” means a public library system
6that consists of two or more jurisdictions entering into a written
7agreement to implement a regional program in accordance with
8this chapter, and
begin delete which,end delete as of the effective date of this chapter,
9was designated a library system under the Public Library Services
10Act of 1963 or was a successor to
begin delete such aend delete library system.
11(d) “Direct loan” means the lending of a book or other item
12directly to a borrower.
13(e) “Equal access” means the right of the residents of
14jurisdictions that are members of a cooperative library system to
15use on an equal basis with one another the services and loan
16privileges of any and all other members of the same system.
17(f) “Independent public library” means a public library
18 not a member of a system.
19(g) “Interlibrary loan” means the lending of a
book or other item
20from one library to another as the result of a user request for the
22(h) “Interlibrary reference” means the providing of information
23by one library or reference center to another library or reference
24center as the result of a user request for the information.
26 “Jurisdiction” means a county, city and county, city, or any
27district that is authorized by law to provide public library services
28and that operates a public library.
30 “Libraries for institutionalized persons” means libraries
31maintained by institutions for the purpose of serving their resident
33(k) “Net imbalance” means the disproportionate cost incurred
34under universal borrowing or equal access when a library directly
35lends a greater number of items to users from outside its
36jurisdiction than its residents directly borrow from libraries of
P16 1 “Public library” means a library, or two or more libraries,
2that is operated by a single public jurisdiction and that serves its
3residents free of charge.
5 “School library” means an organized collection of printed
6and audiovisual materials that satisfies all of the following criteria:
7(1) Is administered as a unit.
8(2) Is located in a designated place.
9(3) Makes printed, audiovisual, and other materials as well as
10necessary equipment and services of a staff accessible to
11elementary and secondary school pupils and teachers.
13 “Special library” means one maintained by an association,
14government service, research institution, learned society,
15professional association, museum, business firm, industrial
16enterprise, chamber of commerce, or other organized
begin delete group,end delete the greater part of their collections being in a specific field or
begin delete e.g.,end delete natural sciences, economics, engineering,
19law, and history.
21 “Special Services Programs” means a project establishing
22or improving service to the underserved of all ages.
24 “State board” means the California Library Services Board.
26 “System” means a cooperative library system.
28 “Underserved” means any population segment with
29exceptional service needs not adequately met by traditional library
begin delete patterns;end delete including, but not limited to, those
31persons who are geographically isolated, economically
32disadvantaged, functionally illiterate, of non-English-speaking or
begin delete shut-in,end delete or
34institutionalized, or who are persons with disabilities.
36 “Universal borrowing” means the extension by a public
37library of its direct loan privileges to the eligible borrowers of all
38other public libraries.
The duties of the state board shall be to adopt rules,
2 regulations, and general policies for the implementation of this
3chapter. In addition, the state board, consistent with the terms and
4provisions of this chapter, shall have the following powers and
6(a) To direct the State Librarian in the administration of this
8(b) To review for its approval all annual proposals submitted
9under this chapter.
10(c) To annually submit budget proposals as part of the annual
11budget of the Department of Education.
13 To expend the funds appropriated for the purpose of
14implementing the provisions of this chapter.
16 To require participating libraries and systems to prepare and
17submit any reports and information
begin delete whichend delete are necessary to
18carry out the provisions of this chapter, and to prescribe the form
19and manner for providing
begin delete suchend delete reports and information.
20(f) To develop formulas for the equitable allocation of
21reimbursements under Sections 18731, 18743, 18744, and 18765.
22Such formulas shall be submitted to the Department of Finance
25 To require that any public library participating in programs
26authorized by this chapter provide access to its bibliographic
27records and materials location information consistent with the
28legislative policy of encouraging the sharing of resources between
begin delete Anyend delete California public library may participate in
begin delete Public librariesend delete participating
34in universal borrowing
begin delete mayend delete not exclude the residents of any
35jurisdiction maintaining a public library.
begin delete Public libraries that incur
36a net imbalance shall be reimbursed for the handling costs of the
37net loans according to the allocation formula developed pursuant
38to subdivision (f) of Section 18724. Reimbursement shall be
39incurred only for imbalances between:end delete
40(a) System member libraries and independent public libraries.end delete
P18 1(b) Independent public libraries with each other.end delete
2(c) Member libraries of one system with member libraries of
If two or more public library jurisdictions wish to
6consolidate their libraries into a single library agency, an
7establishment grant in the annual maximum amount of
8twenty-thousand dollars ($20,000) shall be made to the newly
9consolidated library jurisdiction for each of two years, provided
10that notice of such consolidation is filed with the State Librarian
11within one year after the consolidation.
Each member library of a system shall provide equal
15access to all residents of the area served by the system.
begin delete Member
16libraries that incur a net imbalance shall be reimbursed through
17the system for the handling costs of the net loans according to the
18allocation formula developed pursuant to subdivision (f) of Section
Each member library of a system shall be reimbursed
22through the system to cover handling costs, excluding
23communication and delivery costs, of each interlibrary loan
24between member libraries of the system according to the allocation
25formula developed pursuant to subdivision (f) of Section 18724.
Each system shall annually apply to the state board for
29funds for intrasystem communications and
begin delete delivery.end delete Proposals shall be based upon the most
31cost-effective methods of exchanging materials
32and information among the member libraries.
When any system or systems consolidate, a grant of
35ten thousand dollars ($10,000) for each of the two years following
36the consolidation shall be made to the newly consolidated system.
Each California library eligible to be reimbursed under
39this section for participation in the statewide interlibrary loan
40program shall be reimbursed according to the allocation formula
P19 1developed pursuant to subdivision (f) of Section 18724 to cover
2the handling costs of each interlibrary loan whenever the borrowing
3library is a public library, except for the interlibrary loans made
4between members of a cooperative library system as provided in
5Section 18744. Libraries eligible for interlibrary loan
6reimbursement under this section shall include public libraries,
7libraries operated by public schools or school districts, libraries
8operated by public colleges or universities, libraries operated by
9public agencies for institutionalized persons, and libraries operated
10by nonprofit private educational or research institutions. Loans to
11eligible libraries by public libraries shall also be reimbursed
12according to the allocation formula developed pursuant to
13subdivision (f) of Section 18724.
The state board shall establish and maintain a statewide
17communications and delivery network
18between and among systems, state reference centers, independent
begin delete librariesend delete and all other libraries participating in the
20programs authorized by this act.
(a) For each academic year, the commission shall
23determine an amount sufficient, when combined with other federal,
24state, or institutionally administered student grants or fee waivers
25received by eligible students from other sources, to provide
26scholarships to eligible students in the amounts described in
27paragraphs (2) and (3) of subdivision (a) of Section 70022. The
28University of California and the California State University shall
29provide the commission with any financial aid data that are
30necessary for the determination of these amounts.
31(b) The commission shall annually determine if the amounts
32appropriated under this section in each fiscal year are sufficient to
33cover the costs of the scholarships as projected to be awarded
34pursuant to the program. If those amounts are not sufficient for
35this purpose, the scholarships shall be reduced proportionately by
36an equal percentage for all recipients of scholarships under this
38(c) The commission may adopt regulations necessary to carry
39out the purposes of this article under subdivision (b) as emergency
40regulations in accordance with Chapter 3.5 (commencing with
P22 1Section 11340) of Part 1 of Division 3 of Title 2 of the Government
2Code. For purposes of the Administrative Procedure Act, including
3Section 11349.6 of the Government Code, the adoption of those
4regulations shall be deemed to be an emergency and necessary for
5the immediate preservation of the public peace, health and safety,
6or general welfare, notwithstanding subdivision (e) of Section
711346.1 of the Government Code. Notwithstanding subdivision
8(e) of Section 11346.1 of the Government Code, any regulation
9adopted pursuant to this section shall not remain in effect more
10than 180 days unless the commission complies with all provisions
11of Chapter 3.5 (commencing with Section 11340) of Part 1 of
12Division 3 of Title 2 of the Government Code, as required by
13subdivision (e) of Section 11346.1 of the Government Code.
14(d) The unencumbered balance, as of June 30 of each fiscal
15year, of the amount appropriated from the Middle Class Scholarship
16Fund pursuant to paragraph (1) of subdivision (e) shall revert to
17the General Fund.
18(e) (1) Upon order of the Director of Finance, the following
19amounts shall be transferred from the General Fund to the Middle
20Class Scholarship Fund, and are hereby appropriated to the
21commission for allocation pursuant to this article:
22(A) For the 2014-15 fiscal year, one hundred seven million
24(B) For the 2015-16 fiscal year, eighty-two million dollars
26(C) For the 2016-17 fiscal year,
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27 million dollars
begin delete ($116,000,000).end delete
28(D) For the 2017-18 fiscal year and for each fiscal year
29thereafter, one hundred
begin delete fifty-nineend delete million dollars
begin delete ($159,000,000).end delete
31(2) An annual appropriation to the commission is hereby
32established in the amounts and for the fiscal years described in
33paragraph (1) to carry out the purposes of this section and Section
35(3) It is the intent of the Legislature that any savings realized
36from changes made to the allocations under this subdivision by a
37bill providing for appropriations related to the Budget Bill for the
382015-16 fiscal year shall be used to support higher education.
39(4) The funds transferred and appropriated pursuant to paragraph
40(1) shall only be available for encumbrance in the fiscal year in
P23 1which they are transferred, and the General Fund shall have no
2liability or any obligation beyond the transfers explicitly authorized
3in paragraph (1) unless a subsequent transfer or allocation is
4required pursuant to statute.
5(5) In any fiscal year, additional appropriations may be enacted
6pursuant to statute to carry out the purposes of this article.
7(6) (A) Beginning with the Governor’s Budget proposal for the
82014-15 fiscal year, and in the Governor’s Budget for each fiscal
9year thereafter, the Department of Finance shall include a fund
10condition statement for the Middle Class Scholarship Fund for the
11fiscal year of the proposed budget and the two immediately
12preceding fiscal years prepared in accordance with existing law.
13(B) Upon order of the Director of Finance and commencing
14with the 2013-14 fiscal year, if the May Revision projects a budget
15deficit for the next fiscal year, the amount specified in paragraph
16(1) for the fiscal year for which the budget deficit is projected may
17be reduced by up to 33 percent.
18(f) Subject to an appropriation in the annual Budget Act for its
19purposes, the commission may begin implementation of, and
20establish outreach services relating to, this article.
(a) Notwithstanding Section 84750.5, the board of
24governors shall provide the San Francisco Community College
25District with revenues, as specified in subdivision (b), if, on the
26effective date of the act that adds this section, both of the following
27conditions are satisfied:
28(1) The board of governors finds that the community college
29district or a campus of the community college district is in
30imminent jeopardy of losing its accreditation.
31(2) The board of governors has exercised its authority pursuant
32to Section 84040 of this code and Section 58312 of Title 5 of the
33California Code of Regulations as that regulation read on April
35(b) If the number of full-time equivalent students (FTES) of the
36community college district decreases from the number in the
372012-13 fiscal year, the board of governors shall provide revenues
38to the community college district, as follows:
39(1) For the 2014-15 fiscal year, an amount not less than the
40total amount that the community college district would receive if
P28 1the level of attendance of FTES was the same level of attendance
2as in the 2012-13 fiscal year.
3(2) For the 2015-16 fiscal year, an amount not less than 95
4percent of the total amount that the community college district
5would receive if the level of attendance of FTES was the same
6level of attendance as in the 2012-13 fiscal year.
7(3) (A) For the 2016-17 fiscal year, an amount not less than 90
8percent of the total amount that the community college district
9would receive if the level of attendance of FTES was the same
10level of attendance as in the 2012-13 fiscal year.
11(B) Funds shall be provided under this paragraph only if the
12Fiscal Crisis Management Assistance Team makes a finding no
13sooner than April 1, 2016, that the San Francisco Community
14College District is meeting or exceeding all of the following
16(i) Effective fiscal controls and systems are in place.
17(ii) The City College of San Francisco has, and is adhering to,
18prudent fiscal policies and practices, as corroborated by an analysis
19of multiyear projections of no less than three fiscal years
20commencing with the 2016-17 fiscal year.
21(iii) The City College of San Francisco is applying resources
22in accordance with a budget plan approved by the special trustee.
23(iv) The City College of San Francisco is maintaining
24appropriate fiscal reserves.
25(v) The City College of San Francisco has, and is adhering to,
26a viable plan to address long-term liabilities including, but not
27necessarily limited to, “other postemployment benefits,” as that
28term is used in accordance with generally accepted accounting
29principles defined by the Governmental Accounting Standards
30Board as of April 15, 2014.
31(c) The amounts calculated in paragraphs (1) to (3), inclusive,
32of subdivision (b) shall be adjusted by the chancellor to reflect
33cost-of-living adjustments, deficits in apportionments, or both, as
34appropriate for the applicable fiscal years.
35(d) Subdivision (b) shall only be used to
36apportionment funding to be allocated to the San Francisco
37Community College District. In computing statewide entitlements
38to funding based upon the attendance of FTES, the San Francisco
39Community College District shall not be credited with more FTES
40than were actually enrolled and in attendance.
P29 1(e) Subdivision (b) shall only be operative for a fiscal year in
2which the San Francisco Community College District is in
3compliance with Section 51016 of Title 5 of the California Code
4of Regulations as that regulation read on April 15, 2014.
5(f) It is the intent of the Legislature that any amounts necessary
6to make the apportionments required pursuant to subdivision (b)
7be drawn from the state general apportionment revenues for
8community college districts.
9(g) (1) The Chancellor of
the City College of San Francisco
10shall submit all of the following to the appropriate policy and fiscal
11committees of the Legislature, the office of the Governor, the
12Legislative Analyst’s Office, and the Department of Finance on
13or before April 15, 2015:
14(A) An overview of the college’s current accreditation status,
15including a description of any identified accreditation deficiencies
16and activities underway to address those deficiencies.
17(B) Enrollment totals for the current and prior years.
18(C) Updated enrollment projections for the two subsequent fiscal
20(D) The number of course sections offered in the current and
21prior fiscal years.
22(E) A thorough explanation of the district’s
level of budgetary
23reserves and sources of revenue.
24(F) A thorough multiyear budget plan that explains, at a
25minimum, both revenue sources and areas of expenditure.
26(2) The Chancellor of the City College of San Francisco shall
27submit updates to the report submitted under paragraph (1) on or
28before the following dates:
29(A) October 15, 2015.
30(B) April 15, 2016.
31(C) October 15, 2016, but only if funding is provided pursuant
32to paragraph (3) of subdivision (b).
33(D) April 15, 2017, but only if funding is provided pursuant to
34paragraph (3) of subdivision (b).
The chancellor and the Superintendent, with the advice
4of the executive director, shall approve, for each consortium, rules
5and procedures that adhere to all of the following conditions:
6(a) Any community college district, school district, or county
7office of education, or any joint powers authority consisting of
8community college districts, school districts, county offices of
9education, or a combination of these, located within the boundaries
10of the adult education region shall be permitted to join the
11consortium as a member.
12(b) As a condition of joining a consortium, a member shall
13commit to reporting any funds available to that member for the
14purposes of education and workforce services for adults and the
15uses of those funds.
16(c) A member of the consortium shall be represented only by
17an official designated by the governing board of the member.
18(d) (1) Decisionmaking procedures are specified that ensure
19that all of the following conditions are satisfied:
20(A) All members of the consortium shall participate in any
21decision made by the consortium.
22(B) A proposed decision is considered at an open, properly
23noticed public meeting of the consortium at which members of the
24public may comment.
25(C) The consortium has provided the public with adequate notice
26of a proposed decision and considered any comments submitted
27by members of the public, and any comments submitted by
28members of the public have been distributed publicly.
29(D) (i) The consortium has requested comments regarding a
30proposed decision from other entities located in the adult education
31region that provide education and workforce services for adults.
32(ii) The consortium has considered and responded to any
33comments submitted by entities pursuant to clause (i).
34(iii) For purposes of this subparagraph, entities that provide
35education and workforce services to adults include, but are not
36necessarily limited to, local public agencies, departments, and
37offices, particularly those with responsibility for local public safety
38and social services; workforce investment boards; libraries; and
7 A decision is final.
8(2) For purposes of this subdivision, a decision includes approval
9of an adult education plan pursuant to Section 84906 and approval
10of a distribution schedule pursuant to Section 84913.
11(e) The members of the consortium may decide to designate a
12member to serve as the fund administrator to receive and distribute
13funds from the program.
(a) To inform actions taken by the Governor and the
22Legislature related to adult education, the chancellor and the
begin delete submitend delete to the Director of Finance, begin delete toend delete
24 the State Board of Education, and, in conformity with Section 9795
25of the Government Code,
begin delete toend delete the begin delete Legislature, by September 30 and outcomes for adults statewide and in each
26following any fiscal year for which funds are appropriated for the
27program, a report about the use of these fundsend delete
30adult education region. The report shall include at least all
36of the following:
37(1) A summary of the adult education plan operative for each
39(2) The distribution schedule for each consortium.
P32 1(3) The types and levels of services provided by each
3(4) The effectiveness of each consortium in meeting the
4educational needs of adults in its respective region.
5(5) Any recommendations related to delivery of education and
6workforce services for adults, including recommendations related
7to improved alignment of state programs.
8(b) (1) The chancellor and the Superintendent may require a
9consortium, as a condition of receipt of an apportionment, to submit
10any reports or data necessary to produce the report described in
12(2) The chancellor and the Superintendent shall align the data
13used to produce the report described in subdivision (a) with data
14reported by local educational agencies for other purposes, such as
15data used for purposes of the federal Workforce Opportunity and
16Innovation Act (Public Law 113-128).
17(3) The Employment Development Department and the
18California Workforce Investment Board shall provide any
19assistance needed to align delivery of services across state and
20regional workforce, education, and job service programs.
(a) To the extent that one-time funding is made
24available in the Budget Act of 2015, consistent with the provisions
25of Section 84917, the chancellor and the Superintendent shall
26identify common measures for determining the effectiveness of
27members of each consortium in meeting the educational needs of
28adults. At a minimum, the chancellor and the Superintendent shall
29accomplish both of the following:
30(1) Define the specific data each consortium shall collect.
31(2) Establish a menu of common assessments and policies
32regarding placement of adults seeking education and workforce
33services into adult education programs to be used by each
34consortium to measure educational needs of adults and the
35effectiveness of providers in addressing those needs.
8 It is the intent of the Legislature that both of the following
10(1) That the educational needs of adults in the state be better
11identified and understood through better sharing of data across
13(2) That, at a minimum, the chancellor and the Superintendent
14shall enter into agreements to share data related to effectiveness
15of the consortia between their agencies and with other state
16agencies, including, but not necessarily limited to, the Employment
17Development Department and the California Workforce Investment
20 The chancellor and the Superintendent shall identify, no
21later than January 1, 2016, the measures for assessing the
22effectiveness of consortia that will be used in the report
begin delete that,end delete pursuant to Section begin delete 84917, is to be submitted by These measures shall include, but not
24September 30, 2016.end delete
25necessarily be limited to, all of the following:
26(1) How many adults are served by members of the consortium.
27(2) How many adults served by members of the consortium
28have demonstrated the following:
29(A) Improved literacy skills.
30(B) Completion of high school diplomas or their recognized
32(C) Completion of postsecondary certificates, degrees, or
34(D) Placement into jobs.
35(E) Improved wages.
36(d) No later than November 1, 2015, the chancellor and the
37Superintendent shall submit to the Director of Finance, the state
38board, and the appropriate policy and fiscal committees in the
39Legislature a report of its progress in meeting the requirements of
40subdivisions (a) and (b).
P34 1(e) The chancellor and the Superintendent shall apportion the
2funds appropriated for purposes of this section in the Budget Act
3of 2015 in accordance with both of the following:
4(1) Eighty-five percent of these funds shall be used for grants
5to consortia to establish systems or obtain data necessary to submit
6any reports or data required pursuant to subdivision (b) of Section
8(2) Fifteen percent of these funds shall be used for grants for
9development of statewide policies and procedures related to data
10collection or reporting or for technical assistance to consortia, or
12(f) The chancellor and the Superintendent shall provide any
13guidance to the consortia necessary to support the sharing of data
14included in systems established by consortia pursuant to this section
This part shall become inoperative on July 1,
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19 and, as of January 1,
begin delete 2017,end delete is repealed, unless a later
20enacted statute that becomes operative on or before January 1,
begin delete 2017,end delete deletes or extends the dates on which it becomes
22inoperative and is repealed.
(a) The California State University shall report
34biennially to the Legislature and the Department of Finance, on
35or before October 1, 2014, and on or before October 1 of each
36even-numbered year thereafter, on the total costs of education at
37the California State University.
38(b) The report prepared under this section shall identify the costs
39of undergraduate education, graduate academic education, graduate
40professional education, and research activities. All four categories
P54 1listed in this subdivision shall be reported in total and disaggregated
2separately by health sciences disciplines, disciplines included in
begin delete (10)end delete of subdivision (b) of Section 89295, and all
4other disciplines. The university shall also separately report on the
5cost of education for postbaccalaureate teacher education programs.
6For purposes of this report, research for which a student earns
7credit toward his or her degree program shall be identified as
8undergraduate education or graduate education, as appropriate.
9(c) The costs shall also be reported by fund source, including
10all of the following:
11(1) State General Fund.
12(2) Systemwide tuition and fees.
13(3) Nonresident tuition and fees and other student fees.
14(d) For any report submitted under this section before January
151, 2017, the costs shall, at a minimum, be reported on a systemwide
16basis. For any report submitted under this section on or after
17January 1, 2017, the costs shall be reported on both a systemwide
18and campus-by-campus basis.
26 A report to be submitted pursuant to this section shall be
27submitted in compliance with Section 9795 of the Government
30 Pursuant to Section 10231.5 of the Government Code, the
31requirement for submitting a report under this section shall be
32inoperative on January 1, 2021, pursuant to Section 10231.5 of
33the Government Code.
(a) The University of California shall report biennially
37to the Legislature and the Department of Finance, on or before
38October 1, 2014, and on or before October 1 of each
39even-numbered year thereafter, on the total costs of education at
40the University of California.
P55 1(b) The report shall identify the costs of undergraduate
2education, graduate academic education, graduate professional
3education, and research activities. All four categories listed in this
4subdivision shall be reported in total and disaggregated separately
5by health sciences disciplines, disciplines included in paragraph
begin delete (10)end delete of subdivision (b) of Section 92675, and all other
7disciplines. For purposes of this report, research for which a student
8earns credit toward his or her degree program shall be identified
9as undergraduate education or graduate education.
10(c) The costs shall also be reported by fund source, including
11all of the following:
12(1) State General Fund.
13(2) Systemwide tuition and fees.
14(3) Nonresident tuition and fees and other student fees.
15(4) University of California General Funds, including interest
16on General Fund balances and the portion of indirect cost recovery
17and patent royalty income used for core educational purposes.
18(d) For any report submitted under this section before January
191, 2017, the costs shall, at a minimum, be reported on a systemwide
20basis. For any report submitted under this section on or after
21January 1, 2017, the costs shall be reported on both a systemwide
22and campus-by-campus basis.
30 A report to be submitted pursuant to this section shall be
31submitted in compliance with Section 9795 of the Government
34 Pursuant to Section 10231.5 of the Government Code, the
35requirement for submitting a report under this section shall be
36inoperative on January 1, 2021, pursuant to Section 10231.5 of
37the Government Code.
This article shall become inoperative on June 30, 2017,
16and, as of January 1, 2018, is repealed, unless a later enacted statute
17that is enacted before January 1, 2018, deletes or extends the dates
18on which it becomes inoperative and is repealed.
(a) This chapter shall not apply to intellectual
22property or intellectual property related agreements administered
23by the Regents of the University of California, the subcontractors
24of the Regents of the University of California, and the Trustees of
25the California State University. This chapter shall apply to a
26funding agreement from a state agency for the performance of
27research, and these funding agreements shall be subject to the
28model contract provisions developed pursuant to Chapter 14.27
29(commencing with Section 67325) of Part 40 of Division 5 of Title
303 of the Education Code.
31(b) This chapter shall not apply to intellectual property
32agreements governed by the California Stem Cell Research and
33Cures Bond Act (Chapter 3 (commencing with Section 125290.10)
34of Part 5 of Division 106 of the Health and Safety Code).
(a) Except as provided by subdivision (b), state
29agencies shall secure at least three competitive bids or proposals
30for each contract.
31(b) Three competitive bids or proposals are not required in any
32of the following cases:
33(1) In cases of emergency where a contract is necessary for the
34immediate preservation of the public health, welfare, or safety, or
35protection of state property.
36(2) When the agency awarding the contract has advertised the
37contract in the California State Contracts Register and has solicited
38all potential contractors known to the agency, but has received less
39than three bids or proposals.
P66 1(3) (A) The contract is with another state agency, a local
2governmental entity, an auxiliary organization of the California
3State University, an auxiliary organization of a California
4community college, a foundation organized to support the Board
5of Governors of the California Community Colleges, or an auxiliary
6organization of the Student Aid Commission established pursuant
7to Section 69522 of the Education Code. These contracts, however,
begin delete mayend delete not be used to circumvent the competitive bidding
9requirements of this article.
10(B) Notwithstanding subparagraph (A), until January 1,
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11 an interagency agreement that is in effect pursuant to
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12 amount appropriated to the Office of Planning and Research
begin delete under including a contract between the Office of Planning and
13Item 0650-001-0001 of the Budget Act of 2014,end delete
15Research, the Regents of the University of California, or an
16auxiliary organization of the California State University, may
17include a subcontract not subject to any competitive bidding
18requirements of this article for the limited purpose of researching
19or developing precision medicine.
20(4) The contract meets the conditions prescribed by the
21department pursuant to subdivision (a) of Section 10348.
22(5) The contract has been awarded without advertising and
23calling for bids pursuant to Section 19404 of the Welfare and
25(6) Contracts entered into pursuant to Section 14838.5 of the
27(7) Contracts for the development, maintenance, administration,
28or use of licensing or proficiency testing examinations.
29(8) The contract is for services for the operation, maintenance,
30repair, or replacement of specialized equipment at facilities of the
31State Water Resources Development System, as defined in Section
3212931 of the Water Code, and meets the conditions established by
33the Department of Water Resources for those contracts.
34(9) The contract meets the conditions prescribed by the
35Department of Water Resources for contracts subject to Section
37(10) Contracts entered into by the Commission on Peace Officer
38Standards and Training or the Office of Emergency Services solely
39for the services of instructors for public safety training. For the
40purpose of this paragraph, “public safety training” includes, but
P67 1is not limited to, training related to law enforcement, emergency
2medical response, emergency volunteers, and fire responders.
3(c) Any agency
begin delete whichend delete has received less than three bids or
4proposals on a contract shall document, in a manner prescribed by
5the department, the names and addresses of the firms or individuals
6it solicited for bids or proposals.
6870-101-0001--For local assistance, Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges (Proposition 98)
5670023-Apprenticeship Training and Instruction
5675015-Student Success for Basic Skills Students
5675019-Student Financial Aid Administration
5675031-Student Services for Cal WORKs Recipients
5675035-Foster Care Education Program
5675039-Student Success and Support Program
5675061-Academic Senate for the Community Colleges
5675069-Equal Employment Opportunity
5675073-Part-Time Faculty Health Insurance
5675077-Part-Time Faculty Compensation
5675081-Part-Time Faculty Office Hours
5675099-Telecommunications and Technology Infrastructure
5675123-Transfer Education and Articulation
5675023-Extended Opportunity Programs and Services
5675115-Fund for Student Success
5675150-Campus Childcare Tax Bailout
5675156-Nursing Program Support
5670035-Expand the Delivery of Courses through Technology
5675133-Physical Plant and Instructional Support
The funds appropriated in this item are for transfer by the Controller during the 2015-16 fiscal year to Section B of the State School Fund.
The funds appropriated in Schedule (1) shall be allocated using the budget formula established pursuant to Section 84750.5 of the Education Code. The budget formula shall be adjusted to reflect the following:
|(1)||Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (1), $156,457,000 shall be used to increase statewide growth of full-time equivalent students (FTES) by 3 percent.|
|(2)||Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (1), $61,022,000 shall be used to reflect a cost-of-living adjustment of 1.02 percent.|
Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (1) $266,692,000 shall be used to adjust the budget formula pursuant to Section 84750.5 of the Education Code to recognize increases in operating costs and to improve instruction.
Funds allocated to a community college district from funds included in Schedule (1) shall directly offset any mandated costs claimed for the Minimum Conditions for State Aid (02-TC-25 and 02-TC-31) program or any costs of complying with Section 84754.5 of the Education Code.
|(d)||Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (1):|
|(1)||$100,000 is for a maintenance allowance, pursuant to Section 54200 of Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations.|
|(2)||Up to $500,000 is to reimburse colleges for the costs of federal aid repayments related to assessed fees for fee waiver recipients. This reimbursement only applies to students who completely withdraw from college before the census date pursuant to Section 58508 of Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations.|
|(e)||(1)||Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (1), $62,320,000 is for increasing the number of full-time faculty within the community college system. Notwithstanding, Subchapter 1 (commencing with Section 51025) of Chapter 2 of Division 6 of Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations, the Chancellor of the California Community Colleges shall allocate these funds to all districts on a per FTES basis by modifying each district’s budget formula pursuant to Section 84750.5 of the Education Code. Any revisions to the budget formula made for the purposes of this subdivision shall be made and reported consistent with the requirements of subdivision (f) of Section 84750.5 of the Education Code.|
|(2)||Utilizing the data from the full-time faculty obligation report for the 2014-15 fiscal year, the chancellor shall rank, from the lowest to the greatest full-time faculty percentage, each community college district within quintiles so that each quintile has approximately equal numbers of full-time equivalent students. The chancellor shall adjust the faculty obligation number for each district as follows:|
|(A)||An increase of one for every $73,057 received for districts in the lowest quintile (quintile 1).|
|(B)||An increase of one for every $80,000 received for districts in the second quintile (quintile 2).|
|(C)||An increase of one for every $95,000 received for districts in the third quintile (quintile 3).|
|(D)||An increase of one for every $110,000 received for districts in the fourth quintile (quintile 4).|
|(E)||An increase of one for every $125,000 received for districts in the fifth quintile (quintile 5).|
|(F)||If the number of full-time faculty increased pursuant to subparagraphs (A) through (E) results in a district exceeding the 75-percent standard, the Chancellor shall increase the number of the full-time obligation to a point that leaves the district as close as possible to, but not in excess of, the 75-percent standard, consistent with paragraph (5) of subdivision (c) of Section 51025 of Subchapter (1) of Chapter 2 of Division 6 of Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations.|
|(3)||To the extent that the increased faculty obligation number calculated in paragraph (2) does not result in an obligation to hire additional full-time faculty, it is the intent of the Legislature that districts use these funds to enhance student success through the support of part-time and full-time faculty, including, but not limited to, part-time faculty office hours.|
The funds appropriated in Schedule (2) shall be available pursuant to Article 3 (commencing with Section 79140) of Chapter 9 of Part 48 of Division 7 of Title 3 of the Education Code.
Pursuant to Section 79149.3 of the Education Code, the reimbursement rate shall be $5.46 per hour.
Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (2), $15,000,000 shall be used for the purposes of Section 79148 of the Education Code.
The funds appropriated in Schedule (3) shall be available pursuant to Article 8 (commencing with Section 8150) of Chapter 1 of Part 6 of Division 1 of Title 1 of the Education Code.
Pursuant to Section 8152 of the Education Code, the reimbursement rate shall be $5.46 per hour.
Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (4):
$1,209,000 shall be used for faculty and staff development to improve curriculum, instruction, student services, and program practices in basic skills and English as a Second Language (ESL) programs. The Chancellor of the California Community Colleges (chancellor) shall select a district, using a competitive process, to carry out these activities.
$18,828,000 shall be allocated by the chancellor to community college districts to improve outcomes of students who enter college needing to complete at least one course in ESL or basic skills.
Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (5):
|(1)||Not less than $16,772,000 is available to provide $0.91 per unit reimbursement to community college districts for the provision of board of governors (BOG) fee waiver awards pursuant to paragraph (2) of subdivision (m) of Section 76300 of the Education Code.|
|(2)||Not less than $16,955,000 is available for the Board Financial Assistance Program to provide reimbursement of 2 percent of total waiver value to community college districts for the provision of BOG fee waiver awards pursuant to paragraph (2) of subdivision (m) of Section 76300 of the Education Code.|
$2,800,000 shall be allocated to a community college district to conduct a statewide media campaign to promote the following message: (A) the California Community Colleges are affordable, (B) financial aid is available to cover fees and help with books and other costs, and (C) an interested student should contact his or her local community college financial aid office. The campaign should target efforts to reach low-income and disadvantaged students who must overcome barriers in accessing postsecondary education. The community college district awarded the contract shall consult regularly with the chancellor and the Student Aid Commission.
|(4)||Not more than $37,200,000 shall be for direct contact with potential and current financial aid applicants. Each California Community College campus shall receive a minimum allocation of $50,000. The remainder of the funding shall be allocated to campuses based upon a formula reflecting FTES weighted by a measure of low-income populations demonstrated by BOG fee waiver program participation within a district. Of the amount allocated pursuant to this paragraph, $3,000,000 is available on a one-time basis to support the administration of Cal Grant B Access Award distributions to students pursuant to Item 6870-102-0001.|
Funds allocated to a community college district pursuant to paragraphs (1) and (2) shall supplement, not supplant, the level of funds allocated for the administration of student financial aid programs during the 2001-02 or 2006-07 fiscal year, whichever is greater.
Funding allocated to a community college district pursuant to paragraphs (1) and (2) shall directly offset any costs claimed by that district for any of the following mandates: Enrollment Fee Collection (99-TC-13), Enrollment Fee Waivers (00-TC-15), Cal Grants (02-TC-28), and Tuition Fee Waivers (02-TC-21).
|(7)||Notwithstanding subdivision (m) of Section 76300 of the Education Code or any other provision of law, the amount of funds appropriated for the purpose of administering fee waivers for the 2015-16 fiscal year shall be determined in this act.|
The funds appropriated in Schedule (6) shall be used to assist districts in funding the excess direct instructional cost of providing special support services or instruction, or both, to disabled students enrolled at community colleges and for state hospital programs, as mandated by federal law.
Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (6):
At least $3,945,000 shall be used to address deficiencies identified by the United States Department of Education Office for Civil Rights.
At least $943,000 shall be used to support the High Tech Centers for activities, including, but not limited to, training of district employees, staff, and students in the use of specialized computer equipment for the disabled.
At least $9,600,000 shall be allocated to community college districts for sign language interpreter services, real-time captioning equipment, or other communication accommodations for hearing-impaired students. A community college district is required to spend $1 from local or other resources for every $4 received pursuant to this paragraph.
$1,000,000 shall be allocated for state hospital adult education programs at the hospitals served by the Coast and Kern Community College Districts.
The funds appropriated in Schedule (7) shall be allocated pursuant to Article 5 (commencing with Section 79200) of Chapter 9 of Part 48 of Division 7 of Title 3 of the Education Code.
Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (7):
$9,188,000 is for child care, except that a community college district may request that the chancellor approve use of funds for other purposes.
No less than $4,900,000 shall be used to provide direct workstudy wage reimbursement for students served under this program, and $613,000 is available for campus job development and placement services.
A community college district is required to spend $1 from local or other resources for every $1 received pursuant to this provision, except for any funds received pursuant to paragraph (1) of subdivision (b).
The funds appropriated in Schedule (8) shall be allocated to community college districts to provide foster and relative/kinship care education and training pursuant to Article 8 (commencing with Section 79240) of Chapter 9 of Part 48 of Division 7 of Title 3 of the Education Code. A community college district shall ensure that education and training required pursuant to Sections 1529.1 and 1529.2 of the Health and Safety Code and Section 16003 of the Welfare and Institutions Code receives priority.
The funds appropriated in Schedule (9) shall be used for the purposes of Article 1 (commencing with Section 78210) of Chapter 2 of Part 48 of Division 7 of Title 3 of the Education Code.
Of the amount included in Schedule (9):
$285,183,000 shall be allocated pursuant to Section 78216 of the Education Code.
(A) $155,000,000 shall be allocated to community college districts to implement student equity plans pursuant to Article 1.5 of Chapter 2 of Part 48 of Division 7 of Title 3 of the Education Code. These plans shall be coordinated with the Student Success and Support Program plans, pursuant to Section 78216 of the Education Code, and the Student Success Scorecard, pursuant to Section 84754.5 of the Education Code.
(B) These funds shall be allocated by the chancellor to community college districts using a methodology that ensures that districts with a greater proportion or number of students who have high needs receive more resources to provide services to these students. The chancellor shall ensure that the allocation methodology reflects the inclusion of foster youth within the proportion or number of high-needs students.
|(C) Consistent with the intent of Chapter 771 of the Statutes of 2014 and within the funds allocated to community college districts pursuant to this paragraph, the chancellor shall enter into agreements with up to 10 community college districts to provide additional services in support of postsecondary education for foster youth. Up to $15 million of the funds allocated to community college districts pursuant to this paragraph shall be prioritized for services pursuant to Chapter 771 of the Statutes of 2014. Further, the chancellor shall ensure that the list of eligible expenditures developed pursuant to subdivision (d) of Section 78221 of the Education Code includes expenditures that are consistent with the intent of Chapter 771 of the Statutes of 2014.|
|(D) Nothing in this provision prevents existing student-equity related categorical programs or campus-based programs from accessing student equity plan funds.|
(A) $5,500,000 may be used by the chancellor to provide technical assistance to community college districts that demonstrate low performance in any area of operations. It is the intent of the Legislature that technical assistance providers be contracted in a cost-effective manner, that they primarily consist of experts who are current and former employees of the California Community Colleges, and that they provide technical assistance consistent with the vision for the California Community Colleges.
(B) Technical assistance funded pursuant to this paragraph that is initiated by the chancellor may be provided at no cost to the district. If a community college district requests technical assistance, the district is required to spend at least $1 from local or other resources for every $2 received as determined by the chancellor.
|(4)||(A) 12,000,000 may be used by the chancellor to provide regional and online workshops and trainings to community college personnel to promote statewide priorities, including, but not limited to: strategies to improve student achievement; strategies to improve community college operations; and system leadership training to better coordinate planning, implementation, and outcomes of statewide initiatives. To the extent possible, the chancellor shall partner with existing statewide initiatives with proven results of improving student success and institutional effectiveness. Beginning in the 2016-17 fiscal year, the Chancellor of the California Community Colleges shall submit a report on the use of these funds in the prior year to the Department of Finance and the Joint Legislative Budget Committee no later than October 1 of each year.|
|(B) Funding available pursuant to this paragraph may be utilized by the chancellor to coordinate with community college districts to develop and disseminate effective practices through the establishment of an online clearinghouse of information. The development of effective practices shall include, but not be limited to, statewide priorities such as the development of educational programs or courses for the incarcerated adults in prisons and jails, and the formerly incarcerated, educational programs or courses for California Conservation Corps members, and other effective practices.|
|(C) It is the intent of the Legislature to encourage the chancellor to facilitate the development of local community college courses for the California Conservation Corps and the incarcerated adults in prisons and jails, and the formerly incarcerated. The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation and the California Conservation Corps are encouraged to partner with the chancellor’s office in the development and dissemination of local community college courses and effective practices pursuant to this subparagraph and subparagraph (B).|
|(D) It is the intent of the Legislature that the Chancellor identify one or multiple community college districts that would be willing to utilize at least a total of $5,000,000 of their combined funding for the purpose of developing and providing effective education programs for incarcerated adults in prisons and jails, and the formerly incarcerated. These funds shall be utilized to receive a 1 to 3 match of state to private funds that could be available for these purposes. Any private funds received would be allocated to the identified community colleges based on their proportion of the combined funding match, as determined by the Chancellor.|
|(E) Funds appropriated pursuant to this paragraph shall be available for encumbrance and expenditure until June 30, 2018.|
Up to $14,000,000 may be used for e-transcript, e-planning, and common assessment tools. Any remaining funds shall be used pursuant to paragraph (1).
The funds in Schedule (13) shall be allocated to increase compensation for part-time faculty. Funds shall be allocated to districts based on the total actual number of FTES in the previous fiscal year, with an adjustment to the allocations provided to small districts. These funds shall be used to assist districts in making part-time faculty salaries more comparable to full-time salaries for similar work, as determined through collective bargaining in each community college district. If a community college district achieves parity between compensation for full-time faculty and part-time faculty, funds received pursuant to this provision may be used for any other educational purpose.
Of the funds provided in Schedule (15):
$19,890,000 shall be allocated by the chancellor on a competitive basis, for the following purposes:
Provision of access to statewide multimedia hosting and delivery services for state colleges and districts.
Provision of systemwide Internet, audio bridging, and telephony.
Technical assistance and planning, cooperative purchase agreements, and faculty and staff development.
Ongoing support for the California Virtual Campus Distance Education Program.
Ongoing support for programs designed to use technology in assisting accreditation and the alignment of curricula across K-20 segments in California.
Support for technology pilots and ongoing technology programs and applications that serve to maximize the utility and economy of scale of the technology investments of the community college system toward improving learning outcomes.
Ongoing support of the California Partnership for Achieving Student Success (Cal-PASS) program.
The remaining funds shall be available for allocations to districts to maintain technology capabilities.
Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (16), the following shall apply:
Up to 10 percent may be allocated for state-level technical assistance, including statewide network leadership, organizational development, coordination, and information and support services.
All remaining funds shall be allocated for
Funds applied to performance-based training shall be matched by a minimum of $1 contributed by private businesses or industry for each $1 of state funds. The chancellor shall consider the level of involvement and financial commitments of business and industry in making awards for performance-based training.
The funds appropriated in Schedule (17) shall be used to support transfer and articulation projects and common course numbering projects.
Funding provided to community college districts shall directly offset any costs claimed by community college districts to be mandates pursuant to Chapter 737 of the Statutes of 2004.
Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (18):
$107,570,000 shall be used pursuant to Article 8 (commencing with Section 69640) of Chapter 2 of Part 42 of Division 5 of Title 3 of the Education Code. Funds provided in this item for Extended Opportunity Programs and Services shall be available to students on all campuses within the California Community Colleges system.
$15,619,000 shall be used for funding, at all colleges, the Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education program in accordance with Article 4 (commencing with Section 79150) of Chapter 9 of Part 48 of Division 7 of Title 3 of the Education Code. The chancellor shall allocate these funds to local programs on the basis of need for student services.
Of the amount allocated pursuant to subdivision (a), no less than $4,972,000 shall be available to support additional textbook assistance grants to community college students.
The funds appropriated in Schedule (19) shall be used for the following purposes:
$1,183,000 shall be used for the Puente Project to support up to 75 colleges. These funds are available if matched by $200,000 of private funds and if the participating community colleges and University of California campuses maintain their 1995-96 fiscal year support level for the Puente Project. All funding shall be allocated directly to participating districts in accordance with their participation agreement.
Up to $1,515,000 is for the Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement (MESA) program. A community college district is required to spend $1 from local or other resources for every $1 received pursuant to this subdivision.
No less than $1,094,000 is for the Middle College High School Program. With the exception of special part-time students at the community colleges pursuant to Sections 48802 and 76001 of the Education Code, student workload based on participation in the Middle College High School Program shall not be eligible for community college state apportionment.
The funds appropriated in Schedule (20) shall be allocated by the chancellor to community college districts that levied child care permissive override taxes in the 1977-78 fiscal year pursuant to Sections 8329 and 8330 of the Education Code in an amount proportional to the property tax revenues, tax relief subventions, and state aid required to be made available by the district to its child care and development program for the 1979-80 fiscal year pursuant to Section 30 of Chapter 1035 of the Statutes of 1979, increased or decreased by any cost-of-living adjustment granted in subsequent fiscal years. These funds shall be used only for the purpose of community college child care and development programs.
Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (21):
$8,475,000 shall be used to provide support for nursing programs.
$4,903,000 shall be used for diagnostic and support services, preentry coursework, alternative program delivery model development, and other services to reduce the incidence of student attrition in nursing programs.
The funds appropriated in Schedule (22) shall be allocated to the chancellor to increase the number of courses available through the use of technology and to provide alternative methods for students to earn college credit. The chancellor shall ensure, to the extent possible, that the following conditions are satisfied:
These courses can be articulated across all community college districts.
These courses are made available to students systemwide, regardless of the campus at which a student is enrolled.
Students who complete these courses are granted degree-applicable credit across community colleges.
These funds shall be used for those courses that have the highest demand, fill quickly, and are prerequisites for many different degrees.
|20.||(a)||Any funds appropriated in Schedule (23) are available for the following purposes:|
|(1)||Scheduled maintenance and special repairs of facilities. The Chancellor of the California Community Colleges shall allocate funds to districts on the basis of actual reported FTES, and may establish a minimum allocation per district. As a condition for receiving and expending these funds for maintenance or special repairs, a district shall certify that it will increase its operations and maintenance spending from the 1995-96 fiscal year by the amount it allocates from this appropriation for maintenance and special repairs. The question of whether a district has complied with its resolution shall be reviewed under the annual audit of that district.|
|(2)||Hazardous substances abatement, cleanup, and repairs.|
|(3)||Architectural barrier removal projects that meet the requirements of the federal Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (42 U.S.C. Sec. 12101 et seq.) and seismic retrofit projects limited to $400,000.|
|(4)||Water conservation projects to reduce water consumption in cooperation with the Governor’s Executive Order B-29-15. Projects may include any of the following:|
|(A)||Replacement of water intensive landscaping with drought tolerant landscaping, synthetic turf, provided that the turf is used only in nonathletic areas, and other nonplant materials.|
|(B)||Drip or low-flow irrigation systems.|
|(C)||Building improvements to reduce water usage.|
|(D)||Installation of meters for wells to allow for monitoring of water usage.|
|(b)||Any funds appropriated in Schedule (23) are available for replacement of instructional equipment and library materials. The funds provided for instructional equipment and library materials shall not be used for personal services costs or operating expenses. The chancellor shall allocate funds to districts on the basis of actual reported FTES and may establish a minimum allocation per district. The question of whether a district has complied with its resolution shall be reviewed under the annual audit of that district.|
|(c)||Any funds appropriated in Schedule (23) shall be available for one-time use until June 30, 2017.|
(a) The sum of thirty-three million one hundred
26thousand dollars ($33,100,000) is hereby appropriated from the
27General Fund to the Board of Governors of the California
28Community Colleges, in augmentation of Schedule (2) (10.10.020
29Basic Skills and Apprenticeship) of Item 6870-101-0001 of the
30Budget Act of 2007 (Chapters 171 and 172 of the Statutes of 2007).
31(b) These funds shall be available for the following purposes:
32(1) The sum of one million six hundred thousand dollars
33($1,600,000) for faculty and staff development to improve
34curriculum, instruction, student services, and program practices
35in the areas of basic skills and English as a Second Language (ESL)
36programs. The Office of the Chancellor shall select a district,
37utilizing a competitive process, to carry out these faculty and staff
38development activities. All colleges receiving funds pursuant to
39paragraph (2) shall be provided with the opportunity to participate
40in the faculty and staff development programs specified in this
P84 1paragraph. The Chancellor shall report on the use of these funds
2by the selected district to the Legislative Analyst and the
3Department of Finance not later than September 1, 2008.
4(2) The sum of thirty-one million five hundred thousand dollars
5($31,500,000) for allocation by the Chancellor to community
6college districts for improving outcomes of students who enter
7college needing at least one course in ESL or basic skills, with
8particular emphasis on students transitioning from high school.
9(A) Funds allocated pursuant to this paragraph shall be expended
10for program and curriculum planning and development, student
11assessment, advisement and counseling services, supplemental
12instruction and tutoring, articulation, instructional materials and
13equipment, and any other purpose directly related to the
14enhancement of basic skills, ESL instruction, and related student
15programs. The allocated funds shall supplement, and not supplant,
16current expenditures by districts for matriculation and assessment
17services, basic skills, ESL instruction, and related student programs.
18(B) To be eligible to receive funds pursuant to this paragraph,
19a district must submit to the Office of the Chancellor an application
20containing a certification that the college will, within the fiscal
21year, (i) complete an assessment of its programs and activities
22serving basic skills and ESL students utilizing the assessment tool
23developed pursuant to paragraph (1) of Item 6870-493 of Section
242.00 of the Budget Act of 2006 (Chapters 47 and 48 of the Statutes
25of 2006), and (ii) submit to the Office of the Chancellor an action
26and expenditure plan for funds received under this paragraph.
27(C) The Office of the Chancellor shall work jointly with the
28Department of Finance and the Legislative Analyst to develop
29annual accountability measures for this program. It is the intent of
30the Legislature that annual performance accountability measures
31for this program utilize, to the extent possible, data available as
32part of the accountability system developed pursuant to Section
3384754.5 of the Education Code. By November 1, 2008, the
34Chancellor shall submit a report to the Governor and Legislature
35on the annual accountability measures developed pursuant to this
37(D) The Chancellor shall distribute funds to districts on the basis
38of the following two factors, with equal weight given to each: (i)
39the number of full-time equivalent students generated in basic
40skills and ESL courses in the preceding fiscal year; and (ii) the
P85 1number of full-time equivalent students generated in basic skills
2and ESL courses by students transitioning from high schools in
3the preceding fiscal year. For purposes of distributing these funds,
4the Chancellor may establish a minimum allocation of one hundred
5thousand dollars ($100,000) per college.
It is the intent of the Legislature to enact statutory
40changes relating to the 2016 Budget Act.
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