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Version Release Notes, FY 2009-10

Principal apportionment revenue software release notes for fiscal year (FY) 2009-10.
Center for Advance Research and Technology (CART)

A new report was added for the Center for Advance Research and Technology (CART) in the Principal Apportionment Revenue Software, to calculate the CART funding. A new CART funding line was also added on the School District Revenue Limit report.

Charter Schools

The Charter School Revenue Limit calculation has again been disabled. County and District calculations will not reflect the Charter School Revenue Limit calculation dependencies in their respective programs and calculations.

See Attendance and Revenue Software help file for additional information on Economic Impact Aid Funding for Continuing and Newly Operational charter schools.

Class Size Penalties Calculation

The Small School tab has been removed from the Class Size Penalties (CSP) school district data entry screen. This data is no longer collected for the CSP calculation.

Community Day School Revenue Limit
Programs Funded Pursuant to Education Code Section 42605

Education Code Section 42605 provides that amounts appropriated for the Adult Education Program, Community Day School Additional Funding, GATE, Regional Occupational Centers and Programs (ROC/P), and Supplemental Instruction Programs be apportioned to local educational agencies (LEA) in the same relative proportion as the LEA received for the programs in a base year. This base-year formula supersedes previous funding formulas. As such, a number of fields have been disabled and the help file has been updated to reflect the changes made. The following table shows program data that will not be collected in the Principal Apportionment Revenue/Attendance Software.

Entry Screen Field No. Descriptions
Attendance School District

B-1

B-2, B-3, and B-4

C-3

C-4

C-8 and C-9

C-10 and C-11

Regional Occupational Centers/Programs

Adult Education

ROC/P CalWORKS

Adults CalWORKS

All Other Community Day School Pupils

After-School Supervised Attendance

Attendance Supplement School District

B-1

B-2, B-3, and B-4

Regional Occupational Centers/ Programs

Adult Education

Basic Aid “Choice”/Court-Ordered Voluntary Pupil Transfer

B-1

B-2, B-3, and B-4

Regional Occupational Centers/Programs

Adult Education

Attendance COE

A-16 and A-17

A-18 and A-19

B-1

B-4

B-5

B-6

All Other Community Day School Pupils

After-School Supervised Attendance

Regional Occupational Centers/ Programs

Adult Education

ROC/P CalWORKS

Adults CalWORKS

Attendance COE Charter School-Revenue Limit

A-29 to A-32 and D-31 to D-34

A-33 and A-34

B-1, B-2, D-35, and D-36

B-7, B-8, D-41, and D-42

B-9, B-10, D-43, and D-44

B-11, B-12, D-45, and D-46

All Other Community Day School Pupils

After-School Supervised Attendance

Regional Occupational Centers/ Programs

Adult Education

ROC/P CalWORKS

Adults CalWORKS

District Revenue Limit Adjustments

B-19

B-20

Approved Adult CalWORKS ADA

Additional Approved Adult CalWORKS ADA

County Revenue Limit Adjustments

A-2


A-3




B-6

B-7

CBEDS COE Community School Enrollment, October Prior Year

CBEDS Los Angeles County High School For the Arts Enrollment, Community School Enrollment, October Prior Year

Approved Adult CalWORKS ADA

Additional Approved Adult CalWORKS ADA

Small ROC/P – Small High School ROC/P ADA

All Fields

 
Supplemental Instructional Hours

All Fields

 

Funding calculations for Adult Education Program, Community Day School Additional Funding, GATE, Regional Occupational Centers and Programs, and Supplemental Instruction Programs are not available in the Revenue Software, but will be displayed in the 2009-10 Principal Apportionment exhibits.

Taxes

Pursuant to Assembly Bill 26 of the Fourth Extraordinary Session, Chapter 21, Statutes of 2009 (ABX4 26), county auditors must allocate amounts that are remitted by redevelopment agencies and deposited in the county Supplemental Educational Revenue Augmentation Fund (SERAF) to school districts within the county. As such, a new line, A-13, was added to the Taxes data entry screen to collect SERAF allocation data. SERAF amounts should be reported as a positive number. ABX4 26 requires county auditors to reduce certain other taxes that are apportioned to districts by the total amount of SERAF moneys the district receives. Property taxes should be reported net of these reductions.

Questions: Zandra Black | zblack@cde.ca.gov | 916-324-4547 
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