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Assembly Bill 114, Effective Related Service Delivery Systems

Funding Description

Assembly Bill 114 made local educational agencies (LEAs) responsible for providing all related services required by students’ individualized education programs (IEPs), including mental health services. Previously, such mental health services were provided by mental health agencies. Consequently, LEAs have been required to expand their service delivery systems so that they are able to provide all required services to students with IEPs. This grant provides support to investigate the relative effectiveness of various designs of these related service delivery systems.


Eligible Applicants Local educational agencies
Required Eligibility Criteria The Butte County Office of Education is currently refining its related service delivery system, and is studying other service delivery systems in California to identify effective and efficient practices that can be replicated in Butte County.
Other Eligibility Considerations This grant will support Butte County Office of Education in determining the relative effectiveness of related service delivery systems around the state, and identifying the most effective and efficient system for Butte County for delivering related services to students with disabilities.
Eligible Grade Level(s) Not applicable
Eligible Age Level(s) Five to twenty–two.


Legal Authority Budget Item 6110-001-0890, Provision 34
Source / Type State / Grant
State Fiscal Year 2012-13
SACS Resource / Revenue Codes 5810 / 8182
Total Available $40,000
Recipient Amount $40,000
Match Requirement No
Allocation Formula Unavailable

Important Dates

Date Application Available Unavailable
Due Date Unavailable
Expected Notification Date July 15, 2013

Additional Information

Application Unavailable
Background Unavailable
Fiscal Unavailable
Funding ResultsAB114, Effective Related Service Delivery Systems []
Other Unavailable


Program Jim Alford, Education Programs Consultant, 916-327-8877,
Fiscal Beckie Robinson, Associate Governmental Program Analyst, 916-327-3530,
Division Special Education Division, 916-445-4613 (phone), 916-445-4108 (fax)
Last Modified: July 1, 2013

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