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AAV of SBE Item 21 Attachment 4


This page is the Accessible Alternative Version (AAV) of Item 21 Attachment 4 from the July 13-14, 2011 State Board of Education (SBE) meeting. The scanned Item 21 Attachment 4 (PDF; 414KB; 4pp.) version is considered to be the official version of the document.


State of California -- Department of Finance
Economic and Fiscal Impact Statement
(Regulations and Orders)

Department Name

Education

Contact Person

Linda M Lewis

Telephone Number

916-319-0658

Descriptive Title From Notice Register or Form 400

Charter Renewal (version 1-24-11)

Economic Impact Statement

Estimated Private Sector Cost Impacts

None

Fiscal Impact Statement

Fiscal Effect on Local Government

No additional costs or savings because this regulation makes only technical, non-substantive or clarifying changes to current law and regulations.

Fiscal Effect on State Government

Other The requirement to continue eligibility for CSR funding in the proposed regulations would create unknown and potentially significant state costs, the extent of which would be dependent on the number of charter school renewals by a different authorizer and charter school participation in the CSR program.

Fiscal Effect on Federal Funding of State Programs

No fiscal impact exists because this regulation does not affect any federally funded State agency or program.

Fiscal Officer Signature

(signed 2/11/2011)

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