Waiver of Open Enrollment List WaiversThe following is an example of language that has previously been used when state board has considered open enrollment list waivers.
Education Code 48352. For purposes of this article, the following definitions apply:
a) "Low-achieving school" means any school identified by the Superintendent pursuant to the following: (1) Excluding the schools, and taking into account the impact of the criteria in paragraph (2), the Superintendent annually shall create a list of 1,000 schools ranked by increasing API with the same ratio of elementary, middle, and high schools as existed in decile 1in the 2008-09 school year. (2) In constructing the list of 1,000 schools each year, the Superintendent shall ensure each of the following: (A) A local educational agency shall not have more than 10 percent of its schools on the list. However, if the number of schools in a local educational agency is not evenly divisible by 10, the Superintendent shall round up to the next whole number of schools. (B) Court, community, or community day schools shall not be included on the list. (b) "Parent" means the natural or adoptive parent or guardian of a dependent child.
(C) Charter schools shall not be included on the list.
(c) "School district of enrollment" means a school district other than the school district in which the parent of a pupil resides, but in which the parent of the pupil nevertheless intends to enroll the pupil pursuant to this article.
(d) "School district of residence" means a school district in which the parent of a pupil resides and in which the pupil would otherwise be required to enroll pursuant to Section 48200.
The strike-outs on the preceding Education Code 48352 (a)(1), (a)(2), (a)(2)(A), (a)(2)(B), and (a)(2)(C) indicate the exact language being waived but is still valid.
Title 5 CCR 4701. Identification of Open Enrollment Schools.
a) The State Superintendent of Public Instruction (SSPI) shall annually construct a list of 1,000 schools for the Open Enrollment Act that maintains the same ratio of elementary, middle, and high schools as existed in decile 1 of the 2009 Base Academic Performance Index (API) file and retains only “10 percent” of a local educational agency's (LEA's) schools pursuant to the following methodology: (1) the list of 1,000 schools shall include 687 elementary schools, 165 middle schools, and 148 high schools;
(2) the list of 1,000 schools shall exclude the following:
(A) schools that are court, community, or community day schools;
(B) schools that are charter schools;
(C) schools that are closed; and
(D) schools that have fewer than 100 valid test scores.
3) an LEA shall have on the list no more than 10 percent of its total number of schools that are not closed. However, when that total number of schools is not evenly divisible by 10, the 10 percent number of the LEA's schools shall be rounded up to the next whole number; and (4) to produce the final list of 1,000 schools, the SSPI shall apply the following process: (A) create a pool of schools: 1. for the purpose of constructing the Open Enrollment Schools List for transfer during the 2010-2011 school year, this pool shall be created by selecting all schools from the 2009 Base API file.
The strike-out on the preceding Title 5 CCR 4701 indicates the exact language being waived but is still valid.