Item 10 Attachment 5 of SBE Agenda March 2018
This page contains information entered to a STD. 399, Economic and Fiscal Impact Statement form. To obtain a scanned copy of the submitted form, contact the California State Board of Education Office at email@example.com or at 916-319-0827.
Economic and Fiscal Impact Statement
(Regulations and Orders)
User entries from STD. 399 (REV. 12/2013) form of the State of California Department of Finance.
Department Name: California Department of Education
Contact Person: Amy Tang-Paterno
E-mail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone Number: 916-322-6630
Descriptive Title From Notice Register Or From 400: California Education for a Global Economy Initiative
Notice File Number: Z
Economic Impact Statement
Section A. ESTIMATED PRIVATE SECTOR COST IMPACTS (Include calculations and assumptions in the rulemaking record.)
Section A.1. Check the appropriate box(es) below to indicate whether this regulation:
- Selected option is G: Impacts Individuals
Section A.2. The California Department of Education (Agency/Department) estimates that the economic impact of this regulation (which includes the fiscal impact) is: Below $10 million
- Enter the total number of businesses impacted: None
- Describe the types of businesses (Include nonprofits): None
- Enter the number or percentage of total businesses impacted that are small businesses: None
- Enter the number of businesses that wlll be created: 0
- Enter the number of businesses that wlll be eliminated: 0
- Explain: The only private sector impacts are benefits to Individuals.
Section A.5. Indicate the geographic extent of Impacts:
- Selected option is: Statewide
- Enter the number of jobs created: 0
- Enter the number of jobs eliminated: 0
- Describe the types of jobs or occupations impacted: N/A
Section A.7. Will the regulation affect the ability of California businesses to compete with other states by making it more costly to produce goods or services here? No
Section B. ESTIMATED COSTS. Include calculations and assumptions in the rulemaking record.
Section B.1. What are the total statewide dollar costs that businesses and individuals may incur to comply with this regulation over its lifetime? $0
- Section B.1.a. Initial costs for a small business: $0, Years: Ongoing
- Section B.1.b. Initial costs for a typical business: $0, Years: Ongoing
- Section B.1.c. Initial costs for an individual: $0, Years: Ongoing
Section B.2. If multiple industries are impacted, enter the share of total costs for each industry: N/A
Section B.3. If the regulation imposes reporting requirements, enter the annual costs a typical business may incur to comply with these requirements. Include the dollar costs to do programming, record keeping, reporting, and other paperwork, whether or not the paperwork must be submitted. $0
Section B.4. Will this regulation directly impact housing costs? No
Section B.5. Are there comparable Federal regulations? No
- Explain the need for State regulation given the existence or absence of Federal regulations: See attached Amendments ... 20 U.S.C. Section 1703.
Section C. ESTIMATED BENEFITS. Estimation of the dollar value of benefits is not specifically required by rulemaking law, but encouraged.
Section C.1. Briefly summarize the benefits of the regulation, which may include among others, the health and welfare of California residents, worker safety and the State's environment:
- Regulations will ensure Input from and information to parents and communities on provision of language acquisition and language programs at their schools.
Section C.2. Are the benefits the result of. Selected answer is: specific statutory requirements,
- Explain: Improve implementation and outcomes of the CA Ed.G.E. initiative
Section C.3. What are the total statewide benefits from this regulation over its lifetime? $ Unknown
Section C.4. Briefly describe any expansion of businesses currently doing business within the State of California that would result from this regulation:
- No expansion of businesses is expected
Section D. ALTERNATIVES TO THE REGULATION. Include calculations and assumptions in the rulemaking record. Estimation of the dollar value of benefits is not specifically required by rulemaking law, but encouraged.
Section D.1. List alternatives considered and describe them below. If no alternatives were considered, explain why not:
- There were no alternatives provided to or considered by the Department.
Section D.2. Summarize the total statewide costs and benefits from this regulation and each alternative considered:
- Regulation Benefit: $ Unknown, Cost: $ N/A
Section D.3. Briefly discuss any quantification issues that are relevant to a comparison of estimated costs and benefits for this regulation or alternatives:
- Total benefits and total costs too uncertain to quantify for this regulation.
Section D.4. Rulemaking law requires agencies to consider performance standards as an alternative, if a regulation mandates the use of specific technologies or equipment, or prescribes specific actions or procedures. Were performance standards considered to lower compliance costs? No
- Explain: Alternatives were not provided or considered with this rulemaking
Section E. MAJOR REGULATIONS. Include calculations and assumptions in the rulemaking record.
California Environmental Protection Agency (Cal/EPA) boards, offices and departments are required to submit the following (per Health and Safety Code section 57005). Otherwise, skip to E4.
Section E.1. Will the estimated costs of this regulation to California business enterprises exceed $10 million? (If YES, complete E2. and E3, If NO, skip to E4): No
Section E.4. Will the regulation subject to OAL review have an estimated economic impact to business enterprises and individuals located in or doing business in California exceeding $50 million in any 12-month period between the date the major regulation is estimated to be filed with the Secretary of State through12 months after the major regulation is estimated to be fully implemented? No
Section E.5. Briefly describe the following:
- The increase or decrease of investment in the State: None
- The incentive for innovation in products, materials or processes: None
- The benefits of the regulations, including, but not limited to, benefits to the health, safety, and welfare of California residents, worker safety, and the state's environment and quality of life, among any other benefits identified by the agency: Benefits to parents, students, and communities from improved implementation of the CA Ed.G.E. Initiative.
Fiscal Impact Statement
Section A. FISCAL EFFECT ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT (Indicate appropriate boxes1 through 6 and attach calculations and assumptions of fiscal impact for the current year and two subsequent Fiscal Years.)
- Selected option is 2. Additional expenditures in the current State Fiscal Year which are NOT reimbursable by the State. (Approximate) (Pursuant to Section 6 of Article XIII B of the California Constitution and Sections 17500 et seq. of the Government Code).
- Selected option is 2.c. Implements a mandate of the people of this State expressed in their approval of Proposition No. 58. Date of Election: November 8, 2016
- Selected option is 6. Other. Explain. See attached. Implementing the requirements of these regulations.
Section B. FISCAL EFFECT ON STATE GOVERNMENT. Indicate appropriate boxes 1 through 4 and attach calculations and assumptions of fiscal impact for the current year and two subsequent Fiscal Years.
- Selected option is 1. Additional expenditures in the current State Fiscal Year. (Approximate). $ Unknown
- Selected option is 1.a. Absorb these additional costs within their existing budgets and resources.
- Selected option is 4. Other. Explain. See Attached. To the extent that the Commission on State Mandates determines.
Section C. FISCAL EFFECT ON FEDERAL FUNDING OF STATE PROGRAMS. Indicate appropriate boxes 1 through 4 and attach calculations and assumptions of fiscal impact for the current year and two subsequent Fiscal Years.
- Selected option is 3. No fiscal impact exists. This regulation does not affect any federally funded State agency or program.
Fiscal Officer Signature: Signed by Amy Tang-Paterno dated January 29, 2018
The signature attests that the agency has completed the STD.399 according to the instructions in the State Administrative Manual (SAM) sections 6601-6616, and understands the impacts of the proposed rulemaking. State boards, offices, or department not under an Agency Secretary must have the form signed by the highest ranking official in the organization.
Agency Secretary: Contains signature dated January 30, 2018
Finance approval and signature is required when SAM sections 6601-6616 require completion of Fiscal Impact Statement in the STD. 399.
Department of Finance Program Budget Manager: Contains signature dated February 2, 2018
Attachment (5a) to the Economic Fiscal Impact Statement
California Education for a Global Economy Initiative (CA Ed.G.E.)
B. ESTIMATED COSTS
Section B-5 (Page 2): Amendments necessary to implement the CA Ed.G.E. Initiative consistent with 20 U.S.C. Section 1703.
A. FISCAL EFFECT ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Section A-6 (Page 4): Implementing the requirements of these regulations will likely create costs for local educational agencies. To the extent that the Commission on State Mandates determines that any of the requirements in these regulations exceed the requirements of or are not necessary to implement to the CA Ed.G.E. Initiative and constitute a reimbursable state mandate, these regulations could result in annual local costs that would be required to be reimbursed by the state.
B. FISCAL EFFECT ON STATE GOVERNMENT
Section B-4 (Page 5): To the extent that the Commission on State Mandates determines that any of the requirements in these regulations exceed the requirements of or are not necessary to implement the CA Ed.G.E. Initiative and constitute a reimbursable state mandate, the state will be required to provide affected local educational agencies Proposition 98 General Fund resources to fund the required activities as noted in the Fiscal Effect on Local Government section (A-6).