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AAV of Item 26 Attachment 4

Accessible Alternative Version (AAV) of Item 26 Attachment 4 for the January 2016 SBE Meeting Agenda.

This page is the Accessible Alternative Version (AAV) of Item 26 Attachment 4 from the California State Board of Education (SBE) Meeting Agenda for January 2016. The scanned Item 26 Attachment 4 (PDF) version is considered to be the official version of the document.


Economic and Fiscal Impact Statement

(REGULATIONS AND ORDERS). User entries from the STD. 399 (REV. 12/2013) Form.

Department Name: Education

Contact Person: Linda Hakala

E-mail Address: lhakala@cde.ca.gov

Telephone Number: 916-319-0658

Descriptive Title From Notice Register Or From 400: Procedures for Reviewing Proposed Revisions to Adopted Instructional Materials (dated January 6, 2015)

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 H: None of the above (Explain below)
  • Option H explanation: The regulations align to Education Code and would not impose additional private sector costs.

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 6: Other. Explain. The regulations do not impose any additional costs as they further define the Education Code related to publisher-proposed revisions to adopted instructional materials.

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 4: Other. Explain. The regulations do not impoase any additional costs as they concur with existing regulations and serve only to define the procedure, including assessment of fees, for publisher-proposed revisions to adopted instructional materials as provided in the Education Code.

Section C. FISCAL EFFECT ON FEDERAL FUNDING OF STATE PROGRAMS (Indicate appropriate boxes1 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 Linda Hakala dated February 10, 2015

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 February 19, 2015

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: No signature.


Economic and Fiscal Impact Analysis
Proposed Amendments of Title 5, CCR, Regulations
Procedures for Reviewing Proposed Revisions to Adopted Instructional Materials

The Fiscal Policy Office has reviewed for economic and fiscal impact the proposed regulations adding section 9526 to Article 2, Subchapter 1, Chapter 9, Division 1, of Title 5, of the California Code of Regulations, relating to the procedures for reviewing proposed revisions to State Board adopted instructional materials.

What would the proposed regulations do?

The proposed regulations are necessary to facilitate the review of publisher-proposed revisions to the adopted instructional materials. The regulations establish the revision review process, including the assessment of a fee as stipulated in statute.

ECONOMIC IMPACT STATEMENT
  1. ESTIMATED PRIVATE SECTOR COST IMPACTS
    None. The proposed regulations impose no additional costs upon the private sector.

FISCAL IMPACT STATEMENT
  1. FISCAL EFFECT ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
    None. The proposed regulations impose no additional costs upon local government.

  2. FISCAL EFFECT ON STATE GOVERNMENT
    None. The proposed regulations would impose no additional costs upon the state. The fees imposed upon the publishers will cover the cost of the review incurred by the state.

  3. FISCAL EFFECT ON FEDERAL FUNDING OF STATE PROGRAMS
    None. The proposed regulations have no impact on a state program with federal funding.

Signed by Linda Hakala, Consultant, Government Affairs Division, dated February 10, 2015

Signed by Monique Ramos, Director, Government Affairs Division, dated February 13, 2015

Questions: State Board of Education | sbe@cde.ca.gov | 916-319-0827 
Last Reviewed: Friday, June 7, 2019
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