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Power Point Presentation CASH 2010 Fall Conference


This is an Accessible Alternative Version of the Power Point Presentation: Update on the California Department of Education, School Facilities Planning Division (PPT) that was presented at the Coalition for Adequate School Housing, Fall Conference. The Power Point Presentation should be the preferred version for downloading.

California Department of Education
Coalition for Adequate School Housing
Fall Conference
October 12-13, 2010

Kathleen J. Moore, Director
School Facilities Planning Division

1. Topics
2. SFPD Policy and Standards Unit

Establish school siting and plan standards, California Education Code Section 17251

3. SFPD Policy and Standards Staff
4. SFPD Field Services Staff

California Department of Education (CDE) approval of sites and plans, California Education Code Section 17070.50

5. Special Education Working Group

The purpose and goals are:

6. Special Education Working Group

Membership includes representatives of:

Quarterly meetings in 2010

7. Special Education Working Group

Outcomes

8. Special Education Working Group

Procedure Overview:

  1. Discussion of why facility is needed with consideration of:
    • Continuum of placement
    • Peer group interaction and LRE
    • Transition plan for students to the general population
    • Placement on general education site
  2. CDE Special Education and Facility staff review and may request additional information from the District/County Office of Education (COE)
  3. If CDE does not approve, District/COE may request hearing before Special Education Advisory Committee
  4. Approval of the Superintendent of Public Instruction

Next steps:

9. Qualified School Construction Bonds (QSCB) Overview
10. Qualified School Construction Bond Tax-Credit Authorization
11. Qualified School Construction Bond Tax-Credit Authorization

Direct allocated districts

  1. Bakersfield City Elementary - $15,102,000
  2. Compton Unified - $16,893,000
  3. Fresno Unified - $39,773,000
  4. Long Beach Unified - $34,501,000
  5. Los Angeles Unified - $290,180,000
  6. Oakland Unified - $23,960,000
  7. Sacramento City Unified - $19,342,000
  8. San Bernardino City Unified - $25,294,000
  9. San Diego City Unified - $36,093,000
  10. San Francisco Unified - $12,957,000
  11. Santa Ana Unified - $17,539,000
  12. Stockton City Unified - $14,934,000
12. Qualified School Construction Bond Legislation
13. Qualified School Construction Bond 2010 CDE Allocations
14. Qualified School Construction Bond 2010 CDE Administrative Process

Minimum - Maximum

Applications

NO OTHER FORM OF DELIVERY WILL BE ACCEPTED

15. Qualified School Construction Bond 2010 CDE Administrative Process
16. Qualified School Construction Bond 2010 CDE Administrative Process

Application Criteria:

17. Qualified School Construction Bond 2010 CDE Administrative Process

Unused Authorization:

18. Qualified School Construction Bond

Oversubscription:

19. Qualified School Construction Bond Webinar
20. Educational Specifications
21. Internet Application for Plans and Sites (IAPS)

Objective:

22. Internet Application for Plans and Sites (IAPS)

Process:

23. Pipeline Protocol
24. Pipeline Protocol

Recent pipeline events:

Next steps:

25. SFPD Advisory Committee

Purpose

Membership

26. SFPD Advisory Committee

Topics discussed include:

27. Resources
28. Resources
29. Contact Information

Kathleen J. Moore, Director
School Facilities Planning Division
916-445-2144
kmoore@cde.ca.gov

Questions:   Kathleen J. Moore | kmoore@cde.ca.gov | 916-322-2470
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