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EDUCATION CODE
SECTION 52335-52335.6



52335.  Commencing with the 1988-89 fiscal year, funds for regional
occupational centers and programs shall be apportioned in accordance
with this article.
   For purposes of this article, "ROC/P" means regional occupational
center or program.



52335.1.  From funds appropriated in the annual Budget Act for that
purpose, the Superintendent of Public Instruction shall apportion
funds for ROC/Ps according to the following priorities:
   (a) Apportionments for necessary small ROC/Ps pursuant to Section
52324.6.
   (b) Apportionments for ROC/P revenue limits pursuant to Section
52335.2.



52335.12.  (a) As a condition of receiving additional funding based
on average daily attendance, the regional occupational center or
program shall report annually to the department the academic and
workforce preparation progress of the secondary pupils enrolled in
the center or program. Indicators to measure that progress shall
include, but are not limited to, the Standardized Testing and
Reporting (STAR) Program, pursuant to Article 4 (commencing with
Section 60640) of Chapter 5 of Part 33; the high school exit
examination, pursuant to Chapter 9 (commencing with 60850) of Part
33; and other indicators of academic and workforce preparation
success, such as reduced dropout rates, workforce preparation,
increased matriculation into postsecondary educational institutions,
and other measures as determined by the department.
   (b) This section shall become effective only when the longitudinal
data on pupils enrolled in regional occupational centers and
programs can be disaggregated from the California longitudinal pupil
achievement data system (CALPADs) database, established pursuant to
Chapter 10 (commencing with Section 60900) of Part 33.
   (c) On or before October 1, 2007, the department shall submit to
the Department of Finance a detailed proposal for the implementation
of the outcome reports required in subdivision (a). The proposal
shall identify the specific data elements to be collected and the
costs associated with the data collection and preparation of the
report. The department shall consult with the Department of Finance
and the office of the Legislative Analyst during the development of
this proposal.



52335.2.  The Superintendent of Public Instruction shall calculate a
revenue limit for each ROC/P in the following manner:
   (a) Calculate a base revenue limit per unit of average attendance
for the current fiscal year as follows:
   (1) Divide the revenue limit for the prior year computed pursuant
to this section by the annual units of average daily attendance
funded in the prior year pursuant to subdivisions (c) and (d).
   (2) Increase the amount computed in paragraph (1) by the
percentage inflation adjustment specified in the Budget Act for the
current fiscal year multiplied by the statewide average ROC/P revenue
limit per unit of average daily attendance for the prior fiscal
year.
   (b) Calculate a revenue limit per unit of average daily attendance
for program growth by increasing the revenue limit per unit of
average daily attendance for program growth computed pursuant to this
subdivision for the prior fiscal year by the percentage inflation
adjustment specified in the Budget Act for the current fiscal year.
   (c) Multiply the amount computed pursuant to subdivision (a) by
the lesser of the ROC/P's annual units of average daily attendance
for the current fiscal year or the ROC/P's annual units of funded
average daily attendance for the prior fiscal year.
   (d) Subtract the ROC/P's annual units of funded average daily
attendance for the prior fiscal year from the ROC/P's annual units of
average daily attendance for the current fiscal year and multiply
the difference by the amount computed pursuant to subdivision (b). If
the product computed pursuant to this subdivision is negative, it
shall be deemed to be zero.
   (e) Except as provided in Section 52335.3, the Superintendent of
Public Instruction shall apportion to the ROC/P the sum of the
amounts computed pursuant to subdivisions (c) and (d).
   (f) The average daily attendance used for purposes of this section
shall not include the average daily attendance in schools receiving
funding pursuant to Section 52324.6.
   (g) Any state funds made available as a result of local property
tax revenues deducted pursuant to Section 52335.3 shall be allocated
to each ROC/P in an equal amount per unit of funded average daily
attendance and shall not be included in the calculation of the base
revenue limit made pursuant to subdivision (a) for the subsequent
fiscal year.
   (h) Before making the calculations described in subdivisions (c)
and (d) to determine the amount to be apportioned to each ROC/P
pursuant to subdivision (e) for the 1998-99 fiscal year, average
daily attendance for the 1997-98 fiscal year shall be adjusted by a
factor equal to the number one minus the quotient of the number of
units of that ROC/P's 1996-97 average daily attendance for absences
excused pursuant to subdivision (b) of Section 46010, as that
subdivision read on July 1, 1996, divided by that ROC/P's total
1996-97 average daily attendance.



52335.3.  The Superintendent of Public Instruction shall deduct from
the amount computed pursuant to subdivision (e) of Section 52335.2
for each ROC/P operated by a county office of education any local
revenue that would otherwise be deemed restricted and not available
for expenditure in the current fiscal year pursuant to subdivision
(e) of Section 2558. Any local revenue so deducted shall be used by
the county office for support of the ROC/P.



52335.4.  The Superintendent of Public Instruction shall determine
each ROC/P's share of funded growth average daily attendance by
computing the sum of subdivisions (a), (b), and (c):
   (a) Subtract the ROC/P's annual units of funded average daily
attendance for the prior year from the ROC/P's annual units of funded
average daily attendance for the second prior year. If the amount
computed pursuant to this subdivision is negative, it shall be deemed
to be zero.
   (b) Allocate 25 percent of the allowable growth average daily
attendance funded in the Budget Act to low participation ROC/P's,
pursuant to criteria established by the Superintendent of Public
Instruction.
   (c) (1) Subtract the statewide sum of the growth average daily
attendance computed pursuant to subdivisions (a) and (b) from the
allowable growth in average daily attendance funded in the Budget
Act. If the amount computed is negative, it shall be deemed to be
zero.
   (2) (A) Calculate the ROC/P's pro rata share of the funded growth
average daily attendance calculated pursuant to paragraph (1), based
on the prior year average daily attendance in grades 9 to 12,
inclusive, for the school districts served by the ROC/P in relation
to the total statewide prior year average daily attendance in grades
9 to 12, inclusive. For purposes of the calculation required by this
paragraph, the Superintendent of Public Instruction shall use the
average daily attendance reported for the second principal
apportionment of the prior year.
   (B) In calculating the pro rata share of funded growth average
daily attendance, the Superintendent of Public Instruction shall
ensure that each ROC/P is provided at least 10 units of allowed
growth average daily attendance pursuant to subdivisions (b) and (c).
   (d) (1) It is the intent of the Legislature that each ROC/P use
its share of funded growth average daily attendance provided pursuant
to this section to serve pupils in grades 9 to 12, inclusive, unless
the governing board or governing boards of the school district or
districts overseeing the ROC/P determine that the needs of pupils in
grades 9 to 12, inclusive, have been met.
   (2) It is the intent of the Legislature that, if a determination
is made pursuant to paragraph (1) that the needs of pupils in grades
9 to 12, inclusive, have been met, then the governing board or
governing boards of the school district or districts overseeing the
ROC/P may authorize the ROC/P to use its share of funded growth
average daily attendance provided pursuant to this section to serve
adults.



52335.5.  In the event that the funds appropriated for purposes of
this article are insufficient to fully fund the apportionments herein
authorized, the Superintendent of Public Instruction shall reduce
the amounts computed pursuant to Section 52335.2 for each ROC/P based
on equal amounts per unit of average daily attendance, consistent
with the following priorities:
   (a) First priority shall be given to fully funding average daily
attendance that is less than or equal to the average daily attendance
funded in the prior fiscal year.
   (b) Second priority shall be given to fully funding each ROC/P's
share of funded growth average daily attendance determined pursuant
to Section 52335.4.
   (c) Third priority shall be given to funding current year annual
average daily attendance that exceeds the sum of the average daily
attendance specified in subdivisions (a) and (b).




52335.6.  For purposes of allocating allowable growth average daily
attendance to low participation ROC/Ps, the Superintendent of Public
Instruction shall:
   (a) Calculate for each ROC/P the prior year average daily
attendance in grades 9 to 12, inclusive, for the school districts
served by the ROC/P.
   (b) Divide the funded average daily attendance of the ROC/P for
the prior year by the amount calculated in subdivision (a).
   (c) Divide the statewide funded ROC/P average daily attendance for
the prior year by the prior year statewide average daily attendance
in grades 9 to 12, inclusive.
   (d) For each ROC/P where the amount calculated in subdivision (b)
is less than the amount calculated in subdivision (c), calculate the
ROC/P's pro rata share of allowable growth daily attendance for low
participation ROC/Ps, based on the average daily attendance needed by
the ROC/P to be at the percentage of participation calculated in
subdivision (c) in relation to the total of average daily attendance
needed by low participation ROC/Ps for each ROC/P to be at the
percentage of participation calculated in subdivision (c).