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AB-486 Elementary and secondary education: omnibus bill.(2021-2022)



As Amends the Law Today


SECTION 1.

 Section 1703 of the Education Code is amended to read:

1703.
 The county superintendent of schools may, with the approval of the county board of education and in accordance with regulations of the Superintendent of Public Instruction which he  that the Superintendent  is authorized to adopt, employ qualified personnel to provide for the coordination of courses of study, guidance services, health services, school library services, special education, and attendance activities among the school districts under his  the county superintendent’s  jurisdiction. The regulations of the Superintendent of Public Instruction  adopted pursuant to this section shall be adopted with the advice of an advisory committee to include county superintendents of schools, which the Superintendent of Public Instruction is herewith authorized to  may by this provision  appoint.

SEC. 2.

 Section 1909 of the Education Code is amended to read:

1909.
 (a) From funds appropriated for allocation pursuant to Sections 2558 and 41841.5, for each county superintendent of schools who maintained schools or classes for adults in correctional facilities in the 1981–82 fiscal year pursuant to Section 1906, and who continues to maintain those schools or classes in each fiscal year thereafter, the Superintendent of Public Instruction  shall allow in the 1982–83 fiscal year and each fiscal year thereafter, an amount equal to the actual current expenses of the program, but not to exceed an amount determined as follows:
(1) Compute the prior year statewide average revenue limit  local control funding formula  per unit of average daily attendance for adults, increased by the amount specified in Section 52616.16 for the current fiscal year. a relevant cost-of-living allowance prescribed in the annual Budget Act. 
(2) Multiply the amount computed in paragraph (1) by the average daily attendance of the schools or classes in the current fiscal year.
(3) Multiply the product determined in paragraph (2) for each fiscal year by 0.8.
(b) Notwithstanding subdivision (a), for the 1993–94 and 1994–95 fiscal years, in no event shall the amount allowed to a county superintendent of schools for each unit of average daily attendance pursuant to that subdivision exceed the statewide average revenue limit at which adults in correctional facilities were funded in the 1992–93 fiscal year, as adjusted by any cost-of-living adjustment pursuant to Section 42238.1.

SEC. 3.

 Section 12501 of the Education Code is amended to read:

12501.
 The “designated state official” for this state shall be the Superintendent of Public Instruction. He  Superintendent. The Superintendent  shall enter into contracts pursuant to Article III of the agreement only with the approval of the specific text thereof  of the contract  by the State Board of Education. state board. 

SEC. 4.

 Section 14022.3 of the Education Code is amended to read:

14022.3.
 (a) For purposes of calculating “increases in enrollment” pursuant to paragraph (2) or (3) of subdivision (b) of Section 8 of Article XVI of the California Constitution, the term “enrollment” for school districts, community college districts, and state agencies providing direct elementary and secondary level instructional services means the sum of the following:
(1) Second principal apportionment regular average daily attendance for kindergarten and grades 1 to 12, inclusive, as defined in subdivision (b) of Section 42238.5, and as adjusted for any average daily attendance audit findings.
(2) Annual average daily attendance for county offices of education, as calculated pursuant to subdivision (c) (b)  of Section 41601, and as adjusted for any average daily attendance audit findings.
(b) Any determination or computation of enrollment for purposes of this section shall be based upon actual data from prior years. For the next succeeding year, any determination or computation of enrollment for purposes of this section shall be the estimated enrollment, adjusted as actual data become available.

SEC. 5.

 Section 17406 of the Education Code, as amended by Section 2 of Chapter 521 of the Statutes of 2016, is amended to read:

17406.
 (a) (1) Notwithstanding Section 17417, the governing board of a school district may let, for a minimum rental of one dollar ($1) a year, to a person, firm, or corporation real property that belongs to the school district if the instrument by which this property is let requires the lessee therein to construct on the demised premises, or provide for the construction thereon of, a building or buildings for the use of the school district during the term of the lease, and provides that title to that building shall vest in the school district at the expiration of that term. The instrument may provide for the means or methods by which that title shall vest in the school district before the expiration of that term, and shall contain other terms and conditions as the governing board of the school district may deem to be in the best interest of the school district.
(2) An instrument created pursuant to paragraph (1) shall be awarded based on a competitive solicitation process to the proposer providing the best value to the school district, taking into consideration the proposer’s demonstrated competence and professional qualifications necessary for the satisfactory performance of the services required. Before awarding an instrument pursuant to this section, the governing board of the school district shall adopt and publish required procedures and guidelines for evaluating the qualifications of proposers that ensure the best value selections by the school district are conducted in a fair and impartial manner. These procedures and guidelines shall be mandatory for the school district when awarding an instrument pursuant to this section. The required procedures shall include, at a minimum, the following:
(A) The school district shall prepare a request for sealed proposals from qualified proposers. The school district shall include in the request for sealed proposals an estimate of price of the project, a clear, precise description of any preconstruction services that may be required and the facilities to be constructed, the key elements of the instrument to be awarded, a description of the format that proposals shall follow and the elements they shall contain, the standards the school district will use in evaluating proposals, the date on which proposals are due, and the timetable the school district will follow in reviewing and evaluating proposals.
(B) The school district shall give notice of the request for sealed proposals in the manner of notice provided in Section 20112 of the Public Contract Code and in a trade paper of general circulation published in the county where the project is located, with the latest notice published at least 10 days before the date for receipt of the proposals.
(C) A proposer shall be prequalified in accordance with subdivisions (b) to (m), inclusive, of Section 20111.6 of the Public Contract Code in order to submit a proposal. If used, electrical, mechanical, and plumbing subcontractors shall be subject to the same prequalification requirements for prospective bidders described in subdivisions (b) to (m), inclusive, of Section 20111.6 of the Public Contract Code, including the requirement for the completion and submission of a standardized prequalification questionnaire and financial statement that is verified under oath and is not a public record. These prequalification requirements shall be included in an instrument created pursuant to paragraph (1).
(D) The request for sealed proposals shall identify all criteria that the school district will consider in evaluating the proposals and qualifications of the proposers, including relevant experience, safety record, price proposal, and other factors specified by the school district. The price proposal shall include, at the school district’s discretion, either a lump-sum price for the instrument to be awarded or the proposer’s proposed fee to perform the services requested, including the proposer’s proposed fee to perform preconstruction services or any other work related to the facilities to be constructed, as requested by the school district. The request for proposals shall specify whether each criterion will be evaluated pass-fail or will be scored as part of the best value score, and whether proposers must achieve any minimum qualification score for award of the instrument under this section.
(E) For each scored criterion, the school district shall identify the methodology and rating or weighting system that will be used by the school district in evaluating the criterion, including the weight assigned to the criterion and any minimum acceptable score.
(F) Proposals shall be evaluated and the instrument awarded under this section in the following manner:
(i) All proposals received shall be reviewed to determine those that meet the format requirements and the standards specified in the request for sealed proposals.
(ii) The school district shall evaluate the qualifications of the proposers based solely upon the criteria and evaluation methodology set forth in the request for sealed proposals, and shall assign a best value score to each proposal. Once the evaluation is complete, all responsive proposals shall be ranked from the highest best value to the lowest best value to the school district.
(iii) The award of the instrument shall be made by the governing board of the school district to the responsive proposer whose proposal is determined, in writing by the governing board of the school district, to be the best value to the school district.
(iv) If the selected proposer refuses or fails to execute the tendered instrument, the governing board of the school district may award the instrument to the proposer with the second highest best value score if the governing board of the school district deems it to be for the best interest of the school district. If the second selected proposer refuses or fails to execute the tendered instrument, the governing board of the school district may award the instrument to the proposer with the third highest best value score if the governing board of the school district deems it to be for the best interest of the school district.
(v) Notwithstanding any other law, upon issuance of a contract award, the school district shall publicly announce its award, identifying the entity to which the award is made, along with a statement regarding the basis of the award. The statement regarding the school district’s contract award and the contract file shall provide sufficient information to satisfy an external audit.
(G) The governing board of the school district, at its discretion, may reject all proposals and request new proposals.
(3) Following the award of an instrument created pursuant to paragraph (1), and if the price proposal is not a lump sum for the instrument awarded, the successful proposer shall provide the school district with objectively verifiable information of its costs to perform the services requested under the instrument and shall select subcontractors as set forth in paragraph (4). Once any preconstruction services are completed and subcontractors are selected, and upon approval of the plans and specifications for work on the site by the Department of General Services’ Division of the State Architect, if required, the successful proposer and the school district shall finalize the price for the services to be provided under the instrument. The successful proposer shall provide the school district with written rationale for the price, and the school district shall approve or reject the final price at a public meeting before the successful proposer may proceed with any further work under the instrument. The contract file shall include documentation sufficient to support the final price determination.
(4) (A) The school district, in the request for sealed proposals, may identify specific types of subcontractors that must be included in the proposal. All subcontractors that are identified in the proposal shall be afforded the protections of the Subletting and Subcontracting Fair Practices Act (Chapter 4 (commencing with Section 4100) of Part 1 of Division 2 of the Public Contract Code).
(B) Following the award of an instrument created pursuant to paragraph (1) and for subcontractors not identified in the proposal, the successful proposer shall proceed as follows in awarding construction subcontracts with a value exceeding one-half of 1 percent of the price allocable to construction work:
(i) Provide public notice of availability of work to be subcontracted in accordance with the publication requirements applicable to the competitive bidding process of the school district, including a fixed date and time on which qualifications statements, bids, or proposals will be due.
(ii) Establish reasonable qualification criteria and standards.
(iii) Award the subcontract either on a best value basis or to the lowest responsible bidder. The process may include prequalification or short-listing. The process shall not apply to subcontractors listed in the original proposal. Subcontractors awarded construction subcontracts under this subdivision shall be afforded all the protections of the Subletting and Subcontracting Fair Practices Act (Chapter 4 (commencing with Section 4100) of Part 1 of Division 2 of the Public Contract Code).
(5) Nothing in paragraph  Paragraph  (2) shall not  preclude a school district from segregating the request for proposals into a request for qualifications, followed by a request for proposals with price information from the proposers deemed most qualified by the school district, provided that the procedures specified in paragraphs (2), (3), and (4) are otherwise followed.
(b) (1) Notwithstanding Sections 17297 and 17402, for purposes of utilizing using  preconstruction services, a school district may enter into an instrument created pursuant to paragraph (1) of subdivision (a) before written approval by the Department of General Services’ Division of the State Architect only if the instrument provides that no work for which a contractor is required to be licensed in accordance with Article 5 (commencing with Section 7065) of Chapter 9 of Division 3 of the Business and Professions Code and for which Division of the State Architect approval is required can be performed before receipt of the required Division of the State Architect approval.
(2) Nothing in this subdivision waives This subdivision does not waive  the requirements of Section 17072.30 or Section 17074.16, or any other applicable requirements of Chapter 12.5 (commencing with Section 17070.10) of Part 10.
(c) A rental of property that complies with subdivision (a) as it reads on the day that the lease is entered into shall be deemed to have thereby required the payment of adequate consideration for purposes of Section 6 of Article XVI of the California Constitution.
(d) (1) This subdivision shall apply to a project for the construction, alteration, repair, or improvement of any structure, building, or other improvement of any kind that was leased through an instrument pursuant to this section before July 1, 2015. If at any time the instrument is determined to be invalid by a court of competent jurisdiction because it fails to fall within the competitive bidding exception pursuant to paragraph (1) of subdivision (a), as it read on December 31, 2016, the contractor who entered into the instrument with the school district may be paid the reasonable cost, specifically excluding profit, of the labor, equipment, materials, and services furnished by the contractor before the date of the determination that the instrument is invalid if all of the following conditions, as determined by the court, are met:
(A) The contractor proceeded with construction, alteration, repair, or improvement based upon a good faith belief that the instrument was valid.
(B) The school district has reasonably determined that the work performed is satisfactory.
(C) Contractor fraud did not occur in the obtaining or performance of the instrument.
(D) The instrument does not otherwise violate state law related to the construction or leasing of public works of improvement.
(2) In no event shall payment to the contractor pursuant to this section exceed either of the following:
(A) The contractor’s costs as included in the instrument plus the cost of any approved change orders.
(B) The lease payments made, less profit, at the point in time the instrument is determined to be invalid by a court of competent jurisdiction.
(3) Notwithstanding paragraph (1), this subdivision shall not affect any protest and legal proceedings, whether contractual, administrative, or judicial, to challenge the award of the public works contract, nor affect any rights under Section 337.1 or 337.15 of the Code of Civil Procedure.
(e) This section shall become inoperative on July 1, 2022, 2027,  and, as of January 1, 2023, 2028,  is repealed, unless a later enacted statute, that becomes operative on or before January 1, 2023, 2028,  deletes or extends the dates on which it becomes inoperative and is repealed.

SEC. 6.

 Section 17406 of the Education Code, as amended by Section 3 of Chapter 521 of the Statutes of 2016, is amended to read:

17406.
 (a) Notwithstanding Section 17417, the governing board of a school district may let, for a minimum rental of one dollar ($1) a year, to any person, firm, or corporation any real property that belongs to the school district if the instrument by which this property is let requires the lessee to construct on the demised premises, or provide for the construction thereon of, a building or buildings for the use of the school district during the term of the lease, and provides that title to that building shall vest in the school district at the expiration of that term. The instrument may provide for the means or methods by which that title shall vest in the school district before the expiration of that term, and shall contain other terms and conditions as the governing board of the school district may deem to be in the best interest of the school district.
(b) Any rental of property that complies with subdivision (a) shall be deemed to have thereby required the payment of adequate consideration for purposes of Section 6 of Article XVI of the California Constitution.
(c) This section shall become operative on July 1, 2022. 2027. 

SEC. 7.

 The heading of Chapter 7 (commencing with Section 19300) of Part 11 of Division 1 of Title 1 of the Education Code is amended to read:

CHAPTER  7. California State Library

SEC. 8.

 The heading of Article 1 (commencing with Section 19300) of Chapter 7 of Part 11 of Division 1 of Title 1 of the Education Code is amended to read:

Article  1. General Provisions

SEC. 9.

 Section 19301 of the Education Code is amended to read:

19301.
 There is in the State Department of Education a division  state government an agency  known as the California State Library.

SEC. 10.

 Section 19302 of the Education Code is amended to read:

19302.
 The division shall be in charge of a chief California State Library is under the control of an executive  who shall be a technically trained librarian and shall be known as the “State Librarian.”

SEC. 11.

 Section 19306 of the Education Code is amended to read:

19306.
 The State Librarian may appoint an assistant who shall be a civil executive officer. shall nominate a Deputy State Librarian to be appointed by, and hold office at the pleasure of, the Governor. 

SEC. 12.

 Section 19320 of the Education Code is amended to read:

19320.
 The State Librarian may do all of the following:
(a) Make rules and regulations, not inconsistent with law, for the government of the California  State Library.
(b) Appoint assistants as necessary. or employ civil service personnel as necessary to carry out the purposes of this chapter. 
(c) Sell or exchange duplicate copies of books.
(d) Keep in order and repair the books and property in the library. Purchase and maintain materials and equipment as necessary to carry out California State Library programs and services consistent with well-established library standards. 
(e) Prescribe rules and regulations permitting persons other than Members of the Legislature and other state officers to have the use of books from the library. California State Library. 
(f) Collect and preserve statistics and other information pertaining to libraries, which shall be available to other libraries within the state applying for the information.
(g) Establish, in his or her the State Librarian’s  discretion, deposit stations in various parts of the state, under the control of an officer or employee of the California  State Library. No A  book shall not  be kept permanently away from the main library, which may be required for official use. Books and other library  materials from public libraries and other cultural heritage institutions  of the state may be accepted for deposit, under agreements entered into by the State Librarian and the public  libraries or institutions  concerned, whereby materials that should be preserved but are rarely used in the region may be stored and made available for use under the same conditions that apply to materials in the State Library.  California State Library. Cultural heritage institutions include, but are not limited to, archives, galleries, historical societies, libraries, museums, and tribal nations. 
(h) Collect, preserve, and disseminate information regarding the history of the state. state, including materials that represent the stories of Californians in an equal, diverse, and inclusive manner. 
(i) Authorize the California  State Library to serve as regional library for the blind,  blind and print disabled,  in cooperation with the Library of Congress.
(j) Give advisory, consultive, and technical assistance with respect to public libraries to librarians and library authorities, and assist all other authorities, state and local, in assuming their full responsibility for library services.
(k) Authorize the California  State Library to serve as the central reference and research library for the departments of state government and maintain adequate legislative reference and research library services for the Legislature. Legislature, and to maintain and make accessible, through digital or physical means, the publications created by state government. 
(l) Acquire, organize organize,  and supply books and other library informational and reference materials to supplement the collections of other public libraries of the state with the more technical, scientific scientific,  and scholarly works, to the end that through an established interlibrary loan system, the people of the state shall have access to the full range of reference and informational materials.
(m) Make studies and surveys of public library needs and adopt rules and regulations for the allocation of federal funds to public libraries.
(n) Contract, at his or her the State Librarian’s  discretion, with other public libraries in the state to give public services of the types referred to in subdivisions (g) and ( (l), 
l
) of this section,    when service by contract appears to be a needed supplement to the facilities and services carried on directly by the California  State Library.
(o) Digitally preserve books and other physical materials and provide a digital platform to expand access to the California State Library’s collection.

SEC. 13.

 Section 19320.5 of the Education Code is amended to read:

19320.5.
 The State Librarian shall may  employ a consultant  consultants  to provide technical assistance to public libraries in the development and enhancement of library services to children and youth. services. 

SEC. 14.

 Section 19321 of the Education Code is amended to read:

19321.
 The State Librarian shall also do all of the following:
(a) Purchase books, maps, engravings, paintings, furniture, and other materials and equipment necessary to carry out California  State Library programs and services.
(b) Number and stamp all books and maps belonging to the library, or otherwise indicate ownership of them, and keep a catalog thereof.
(c) Have bound all books and papers that require binding.
(d) Keep a register of all books taken from the library.

SEC. 15.

 Section 19322 of the Education Code is amended to read:

19322.
 The Department of Education may: State Librarian may do both of the following: 
(a) Contract directly  with counties, cities, or districts within this state, agencies of the state, and agencies of the United States government for the purpose of providing library services.
(b) Establish and operate library service centers.

SEC. 16.

 Section 19323 of the Education Code is amended to read:

19323.
 The State Librarian shall make available in the state on a loan basis to legally blind  blind or print disabled  persons, or to persons with a disability that prevents them from reading conventional printed materials, audio recordings of books and other related materials. The materials to be made into  audio recordings shall be selected by the California State Library on the same basis as the California State Library’s general program for providing library materials to legally blind readers. collection development plan, which shall be posted on the California State Library’s internet website. 

SEC. 17.

 Section 19324 of the Education Code is amended to read:

19324.
 The State Librarian may duplicate any braille book master, other than textbook masters, presented by any legally blind person directly to the State Librarian for duplication. The State Librarian may duplicate any braille book master, other than textbook masters, presented by any other person or agency directly to the State Librarian for duplication. consider for rendering into embossed braille any print books and other materials, excluding textbooks, requested by an eligible patron with print disabilities. Consideration of the patron’s request shall be dependent upon available staffing, resources, and technical proficiency at the time of the request. Books and other materials rendered into embossed braille pursuant to this section may be placed in the California State Library’s circulating collection for use by all patrons with print disabilities. 

SEC. 18.

 Section 19325 of the Education Code is amended to read:

19325.
 The State Librarian may provide the following:
(a) Toll-free and local  telephone services for registered patrons of the federally designated regional libraries for the blind and physically handicapped, print disabled,  in order to enable those persons to have direct patron access to library services.
(b) Toll-free and local  telephone access to telephonic reading systems for individuals with print disabilities who are registered patrons of the federally designated regional libraries for the blind and physically handicapped. print disabled. 

SEC. 19.

 Section 19326 of the Education Code is amended to read:

19326.
 (a) The State Librarian may annually award a gold medal for excellence in the humanities and science to an individual or organization for publication of a work that has enriched the collection of the California  State Library and enriched the state by significantly contributing to the intellectual, cultural, and scientific knowledge of the people of the state.
(b) The award shall formally be known as the “California State Library Gold Medal for Excellence in the Humanities and Science.”
(c) To assist in making the selection of a recipient of the California State Library Gold Medal for Excellence in the Humanities and Science, the State Librarian shall consult an advisory panel consisting of one representative from each of the following:
(1) The Governor.
(2) The President pro Tempore of the Senate.
(3) The Speaker of the Assembly.
(4) The Chief Justice of the California Supreme Court.
(d) The State Librarian is authorized to  may  seek private contributions to defray the cost of awarding the California State Library Gold Medal for Excellence in the Humanities and Science and related expenses.

SEC. 20.

 Section 19330 of the Education Code is amended to read:

19330.
 Books may be taken from the library  California State Library  by the Members of the Legislature and by other state officers during regular office hours.

SEC. 21.

 Section 33004 of the Education Code is amended to read:

33004.
 The Superintendent of Public Instruction  shall be secretary and shall act as executive officer of the state  board. He  The Superintendent  shall have charge of all its correspondence and shall keep a record of its proceedings.

SEC. 22.

 Section 33501 of the Education Code is amended to read:

33501.
 The following definitions shall  apply to educational advisory bodies created by this chapter:
(a) An “educational policy advisory commission” is an advisory body to the State Board of Education  state board  composed of professional and lay members, as defined by this code. Such These  groups are established to advise the State Board of Education  state board  within the general policy areas to which they are charged. The Superintendent of Public Instruction or his  or the Superintendent’s  representative shall serve as executive secretary to each educational policy advisory commission.
(b) An “educational advisory committee” is an advisory body to the Superintendent of Public Instruction composed composed of any combination  of educational specialists, technical experts, or specially qualified members of the public, or any combination thereof. Such committees are  public that is  established to advise the Superintendent of Public Instruction  on the administration of programs with which he  the Superintendent  is charged, and such committees serve at his  serves at the Superintendent’s  pleasure.

SEC. 23.

 Section 35028 of the Education Code is amended to read:

35028.
 No A  person shall not  be eligible to hold a position as city superintendent, district superintendent, deputy superintendent, associate superintendent, or assistant superintendent of schools unless he  the person  is the holder of both a valid school administration certificate and a valid teacher’s certificate, but any unless the  person is  employed as a deputy, associate, or assistant superintendent in a purely clerical capacity shall not be required to hold any certificate. capacity. 

SEC. 24.

 Section 35143 of the Education Code is amended to read:

35143.
 (a)  The governing board of each school district shall hold an annual organizational meeting. In a year in which a regular election for governing board members is conducted, the meeting shall be held on a day within a 15-day period that commences with the date upon which a governing board member elected at that election takes office.  second Friday in December following the regular election.  Organizational meetings in years in which no such regular election for governing board members is conducted shall be held during the same 15-day period on the calendar.  on any date in December, but no later than December 20.  Unless otherwise provided by rule of the governing board, the day and time of the annual meeting shall be selected  selected, in a year in which a regular election for governing board members is conducted,  by the board at its regular meeting held immediately prior to  before  the first day of such 15-day period, and the board  or in a year in which no such regular election for governing board members is conducted, by the board at its last regular meeting held immediately before the organizational meeting. The board  shall notify the county superintendent of schools of the day and time selected. The clerk of the board shall, within 15 days prior to  before  the date of the annual meeting, notify in writing all members and members-elect of the date and time selected for the meeting.
(b)  If the board fails to select a day and time for the meeting, the county superintendent of schools having jurisdiction over the district shall, prior to  before  the first day of such 15-day period and after the regular meeting of the board held immediately prior to  before  the first day of such 15-day period, designate the day and time of the annual meeting. The day designated shall be within the 15-day period. He  The county superintendent of schools  shall notify in writing all members and members-elect of the date and time.
(c)  At the annual meeting the governing board of each high school district, union high school district, and joint union high school district shall organize by electing a president from its members and a clerk.
(d)  At the annual meeting each city board of education shall organize by electing a president from its members.
(e)  At the annual meeting the governing board of each other type of school district, except a community college district, shall elect one of its members clerk of the district.
(f)  As an alternative to the procedures set forth in this section, a city board of education whose members are elected in accordance with a city charter for terms of office commencing in December, may hold its annual organizational meeting required in this section between December 15 and January 14, inclusive, as provided in rules and regulations which that  shall be adopted by such board. At the annual meeting the city board of education shall organize by electing a president and vice president from its members who shall serve in such office during the period January 15 next to the following January 14, unless removed from such office by majority vote of all members of the city board of education.

SEC. 25.

 Section 35253 of the Education Code is amended to read:

35253.
 Whenever the destruction of records of a school  district is not otherwise authorized or provided for by law, the governing board of the district may destroy such those  records of the school  district in accordance with regulations of the Superintendent of Public Instruction which he is herewith authorized to adopt. that the Superintendent may by this provision adopt.  

SEC. 26.

 Section 41601 of the Education Code is amended to read:

41601.
 For the  purposes of this chapter, the governing board of each school district shall report to the Superintendent of Public Instruction  during each fiscal year the average daily attendance of the school  district for all full school months during (1) the period between July 1 and December 31, inclusive, to be known as the “first period” report for the first principal apportionment, and (2) the period between July 1 and April 15, inclusive, to be known as the “second period” report for the second principal apportionment. Each county superintendent of schools shall report the average daily attendance for the schools and classes maintained by him or her  the county superintendent of schools  and the average daily attendance for the county school tuition fund. Each report shall be prepared in accordance with instructions on forms prescribed and furnished by the Superintendent. Average daily attendance shall be computed in the following manner: 
Each report shall be prepared in accordance with instructions on forms prescribed and furnished by the Superintendent of Public Instruction. Average daily attendance shall be computed in the following manner:
(a) The average daily attendance in the regular elementary, middle, and high schools, including continuation schools and classes, opportunity schools and classes, and special day classes, maintained by the school districts shall be determined by dividing the total number of days of attendance allowed in all full school months in each period by the number of days the schools are actually taught in all full school months in each period, exclusive of  excluding  Saturdays or Sundays and exclusive of  excluding  weekend makeup classes pursuant to Section 37223.
(b) The attendance for schools and classes maintained by a county superintendent of schools and the county school tuition fund shall be reported in the same manner as reported by school districts. The average daily attendance in special education classes operated by county superintendents of schools shall be determined in the same manner as all other attendance under subdivision (a). The average daily attendance in all other schools and classes maintained by the county superintendents of schools shall be determined by dividing the total number of days of attendance in all full school months in the first period by a divisor of 70, in the second period by 135 135,  and at annual time by 175. For attendance in special classes and centers pursuant to Section 56364 or Section 56364.2, as applicable, the average daily attendance shall be reported by the county superintendents of schools, but credited for revenue limit  local control funding formula  purposes to the school  district in which the pupil resides.
(c) The days of attendance in classes for adults and regional occupational centers programs  in correctional facilities  shall be reported in the same manner as all other attendance under subdivision (a). The average daily attendance in those schools and classes for adults in correctional facilities  shall be determined by dividing the total number of days of attendance in all full school months in the first period by a divisor of 85 85,  in the second period by 135 135,  and at annual time by 175.

SEC. 27.

 Section 41608 of the Education Code is amended to read:

41608.
 For the  purposes of computation of allowances and apportionments from the State School Fund, whenever computations of apportionments based on average daily attendance are made for high school districts only the attendance in all classes of grades 9 to 12, inclusive, and in all types of ungraded classes, including classes for adults, which  classes that  have been reported as attached to, or as a part of, a school which that  maintains any of grades 9 to 12, inclusive, shall be included.

SEC. 28.

 Section 41840 of the Education Code is amended to read:

41840.
 A school district or county superintendent of schools may only claim average daily attendance for apportionment purposes for schools or classes maintained for adults in correctional facilities if those classes meet the requirements of Section 41976. In addition, any of those classes offered pursuant to paragraph (10) of subdivision (a) of Section 41976 shall meet the requirements of Section 51934, 51202, or 51203, as the case may be. 

SEC. 29.

 Section 41962 of the Education Code is amended to read:

41962.
 School districts may apply for severance aid as provided in this article on forms provided by the Superintendent of Public Instruction,  Superintendent,  and in accordance with regulations which he  that the Superintendent  is authorized to adopt.

SEC. 30.

 Section 41976 of the Education Code is amended to read:

41976.
 (a)  For purposes of this chapter, the following classes and courses are authorized to be offered by school districts and county superintendents of schools for the Adult Education Program, established pursuant to Article 9 (commencing with Section 84900) of Chapter 5 of Part 50 of Division 7 of Title 3,  apportionment purposes from the adult education fund:
(1) Adult programs in parenting, including parent cooperative preschools, and classes in child growth and development, parent-child relationships, and parenting.
(2) (a)  Adult programs  Programs for adults  in elementary and secondary basic skills and other courses and classes required for the high school diploma. Apportionments for these courses and classes may only be generated by students who do not possess  skills, including programs leading to  a high school diploma, except for remedial academic courses or classes in reading, mathematics, and language arts. diploma or a high school equivalency certificate. 
(3) Adult education programs in English as a second language.
(4) (b)  Adult education programs for immigrants  Programs for adult immigrants who are  eligible for educational services in citizenship, English as a second language, and workforce preparation classes in the basic skills of speaking, listening, reading, writing, mathematics, decisionmaking and problem solving skills, and other classes required for preparation to participate in job specific technical training. immigrant integration, and workforce preparation. 
(c) Programs for adults, including, but not limited to, older adults, that are primarily related to entry or reentry into the workforce.
(d) Programs for adults, including, but not limited to, older adults, that are primarily designed to develop knowledge and skills to assist and support elementary and secondary school pupils to succeed academically in school.
(5) (e)  Adult education programs  Programs  for adults with disabilities.
(6) (f)  Adult short-term  Programs for adults in  career technical education programs with high employment potential. Any reference to “vocational” education or programs in adult education means “career technical” education or programs in adult education. that are short term in nature and have high employment potential. 
(7) Adult programs for older adults.
(8) (g)  Programs for adults  offering pre-apprenticeship preapprenticeship  training activities conducted in coordination with one or more apprenticeship programs approved by the Division of Apprenticeship Standards for the occupation and geographic area.
(9) Adult programs in home economics.
(10) Adult programs in health and safety education.
(b) No state apportionment shall be made for any course or class that is not set forth in subdivision (a).

SEC. 31.

 Section 41976.2 of the Education Code is repealed.

41976.2.
 Notwithstanding Section 41976, a school district may offer adult education courses and classes if the school district received funding in the 1991–92 fiscal year to conduct programs through independent study for persons 21 years of age or older and persons 19 years of age or older who have not been continuously enrolled in kindergarten, or any of grades 1 to 12, inclusive, since their 18th birthday.

SEC. 32.

 Section 41976.5 of the Education Code is repealed.

41976.5.
 (a) Each school district or county superintendent of schools providing services in summer school programs for adults with disabilities in the 1977-78 school year shall continue in the 1980-81 fiscal year and each fiscal year thereafter to offer these programs.
(b) A school district or county superintendent of schools receiving apportionments from Section A of the State School Fund shall offer summer programs for graduating high school seniors in need of courses for graduation.

SEC. 33.

 Section 42238.5 of the Education Code is amended to read:

42238.5.
 (a) For purposes of Section 42238, the fiscal year average daily attendance shall be computed pursuant to paragraph (1) or (2).
(1) The second principal apportionment regular average daily attendance for either the current or prior fiscal year, whichever is greater. However, prior fiscal year average daily attendance shall be adjusted for any loss or gain of average daily attendance due to a reorganization or transfer of territory, or, commencing in the 1993–94 fiscal year, and each fiscal year thereafter, for any change in average daily attendance for pupils who are concurrently enrolled in adult programs and classes pursuant to Section 52616.17. territory. 
(2) Any school district that elects to receive funding pursuant to Article 4 (commencing with Section 42280) shall compute its units of average daily attendance for purposes of Section 42238 by subtracting the amount determined in subparagraph (B) from the amount determined in subparagraph (A).
(A) The units of average daily attendance computed pursuant to paragraph (1).
(B) The units of average daily attendance resulting from pupils attending schools funded pursuant to Article 4 (commencing with Section 42280).
(b) For purposes of this article, regular average daily attendance shall be the base revenue limit average daily attendance, excluding summer school average daily attendance.
(c) For purposes of this section, for the 1998–99 fiscal year only, the prior year average daily attendance shall be the 1997–98 regular average daily attendance, excluding absences excused pursuant to subdivision (b) of Section 46010, as that subdivision read on July 1, 1996.
(d) Commencing with the 2013–14 fiscal year, this section shall be used only for purposes of allocating revenues received pursuant to subparagraph (B) of paragraph (3) of subdivision (e) of Section 36 of Article XIII of the California Constitution.
(e) This section shall become inoperative on July 1, 2033, and, as of January 1, 2034, is repealed, unless a later enacted statute, that becomes operative on or before January 1, 2034, deletes or extends the dates on which it becomes inoperative and is repealed.

SEC. 34.

 Section 42639 of the Education Code is amended to read:

42639.
 (a)  The county auditor may examine each order and requisition on school district funds transmitted to him  the auditor  by the county superintendent of schools. If he  the auditor  allows the order and requisition, he  the auditor  shall endorse thereon “examined and allowed,” and shall date, number, and sign it, whereupon it shall become a warrant on the county treasurer. The auditor shall detach any bill attached to the requisition, and shall number the bill, giving it the same number which he  that the auditor  gives the warrant, and file it in his office. He  the auditor’s office. The auditor  shall thereupon return the order, requisition, and warrant to the county superintendent of schools who shall transmit it to the governing board of the school district for issuance to the payee or to his  the payee’s  order.
Any (b)  A  requisition of the county superintendent of schools, whether based upon written order of the governing board of a school district or authorized by law, shall constitute full authority for the signature for allowance thereof  of the requisition  by the county auditor as a warrant on the county treasurer, and no other authority shall be necessary or required for such action by the county auditor.
(c)  “Requisition,” as used in this section, includes any order or demand signed by the county superintendent of schools directing the county auditor to draw his  the auditor’s  warrant on the county treasurer.

SEC. 35.

 Section 44843 of the Education Code is amended to read:

44843.
 The county superintendent of schools shall be given immediate notice in writing by the governing board of the school  district of the employment of persons for positions requiring certification qualifications. The notice shall include include,  but not be limited to to,  such data as may be prescribed by the Superintendent of Public Instruction, in regulations he is herewith authorized to  Superintendent, in regulations that the Superintendent may by this provision  adopt.

SEC. 36.

 Section 45113 of the Education Code is amended to read:

45113.
 (a) The governing board of a school district shall prescribe written rules and regulations, regulations  governing the personnel management of the classified service, which  service. These written rules and regulations  shall be printed and made available to employees in the classified service, the public, and those concerned with the administration of this section, whereby these employees are designated as permanent employees of the school district after serving a prescribed period of probation that shall not exceed six months or 130 days of paid service, whichever is longer. However, a full-time peace officer or public safety dispatcher employed by a school district operating a dispatch center certified by the Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training, to be designated as a permanent employee of the school district, shall serve a probationary period of not less that one year of paid service from their date of appointment to that full-time position.  A permanent employee who accepts a promotion and fails to complete the probationary period for that promotional position, shall be employed in the classification from which the employee was promoted.
(b) An employee designated as a permanent employee shall be subject to disciplinary action only for cause as prescribed by rule or regulation of the governing board of the school district, but the governing board’s determination of the sufficiency of the cause for disciplinary action shall be conclusive.
(c) The governing board of a school district shall adopt rules of procedure for disciplinary proceedings that shall contain a provision for informing the employee by written notice of the specific charges against the employee, a statement of the employee’s right to a hearing on those charges, and the time within which the hearing may be requested that shall be not less than five days after service of the notice to the employee, and a card or paper, the signing and filing of which shall constitute a demand for hearing, and a denial of all charges. The burden of proof shall remain with the governing board of the school district, and any rule or regulation to the contrary is void.
(d) Disciplinary action shall not be taken for any cause that arose before the employee’s becoming permanent, nor for any cause that arose more than two years preceding the date of the filing of the notice of cause unless the cause was concealed or not disclosed by the employee when it could be reasonably assumed that the employee should have disclosed the facts to the employing school district.
(e) This section shall not be construed to prohibit the governing board of a school district, pursuant to the terms of an agreement with an employee organization under Chapter 10.7 (commencing with Section 3540) of Division 4 of Title 1 of the Government Code, from delegating its authority to determine whether sufficient cause exists for disciplinary action against classified employees, excluding peace officers as defined in Section 830.32 of the Penal Code, to an impartial third-party hearing officer. However, the governing board of the school district shall retain authority to review the determination under the standards set forth in Section 1286.2 of the Code of Civil Procedure.
(f) (1) A governing board of a school district shall delegate its authority to a judge, as defined in Section 44990, to determine whether sufficient cause exists for disciplinary action against a classified employee involving allegations of egregious misconduct, as defined in Section 44932, and involving a minor, as defined in Section 44990. The judge’s ruling shall be binding upon all parties.
(2) A judge authorized under this subdivision to conduct a hearing involving allegations as described in Section 44010 or 44011 of this code,  44011,  or as described in Sections 11165.2 to 11165.6, inclusive, of the Penal Code, shall conduct that hearing in accordance with Article 3.3 (commencing with Section 44990) of Chapter 4 and Section 49077 of this code. 49077. 
(3) The term “representative of the respondent,” within the meaning of Article 3.3 (commencing with Section 44990) of Chapter 4, shall include, but not necessarily be limited to, an exclusive labor representative.
(g) This section applies only to school districts not incorporating the merit system as outlined in Article 6 (commencing with Section 45240).
(h) To the extent that this section section,  as amended by Assembly Bill 1353  Chapter 542  of the 2019–20 Regular Session Statutes of 2019,  conflicts with a provision of a collective bargaining agreement entered into by a public school employer and an exclusive bargaining representative before January 1, 2020, pursuant to Chapter 10.7 (commencing with Section 3540) of Division 4 of Title 1 of the Government Code, the changes made to this section by Assembly Bill 1353  Chapter 542  of the 2019–20 Regular Session Statutes of 2019  shall not apply to the school district until expiration or renewal of that collective bargaining agreement.

SEC. 37.

 Section 45301 of the Education Code is amended to read:

45301.
 (a)  A person who has served an initial probationary period in a class not to exceed six months or 130 days of paid service, whichever is longer, as prescribed by the rules of the commission shall be deemed to be in the permanent classified service, except that the commission may establish a probationary period in a class not to exceed one year for classes designated by the commission as executive, administrative, or police classes. No employee shall attain permanent status in the classified service until he has completed a probationary period in a class. In any case the rules of the commission may provide for the exclusion of time while employees are on a leave of absence. The rights of appeal from disciplinary action prior to attainment of permanent status in the classified service shall be in accordance with the provisions of Section 45305. To receive permanent classified service status, each full-time peace officer and public safety dispatcher employed by a school district operating a dispatch center certified by the Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training shall serve in a probationary status for a period not less than one year from their date of appointment to that full-time position. 
(b) A employee shall not attain permanent status in the classified service until the employee has completed a probationary period in a class. In any case the rules of the commission may provide for the exclusion of time while employees are on a leave of absence. The rights of appeal from disciplinary action before attainment of permanent status in the classified service shall be in accordance with the provisions of Section 45305.

SEC. 38.

 Section 46190 of the Education Code is repealed.

46190.
 In classes for adults, a day of attendance is 180 minutes of attendance but no student shall be credited with more than 15 clock hours of attendance per school week, proportionately reduced for those school weeks having weekday holidays on which classes are not held unless he or she is enrolled in a class in elementary subjects, a class for which high school credit is given, a class in English for foreigners, a class in citizenship, or a class in a trade or industrial subject as trade or industrial subject is defined by the State Board of Education for grades 7 to 12, inclusive.

SEC. 39.

 Section 46192 of the Education Code is repealed.

46192.
 Each clock hour of teaching time devoted to the individual instruction of adults with physical disabilities who are patients in a tuberculosis ward or hospital maintained by one or more counties shall count as one day of attendance but no such adult shall be credited with more than one day of attendance in any calendar day.

SEC. 40.

 Section 46300.4 of the Education Code is repealed.

46300.4.
 If a pupil 21 years of age or older, or a pupil 19 years of age or older, has not been continuously enrolled in kindergarten or any of grades 1 to 12, inclusive, since his or her 18th birthday, any attendance credit for coursework he or she is pursuing through independent study shall be eligible for apportionment only if it is one or more of the types of courses set forth in paragraph (1) of subdivision (a) of Section 51225.3 or any course required by the governing board as a prerequisite to receiving a diploma of high school graduation.
This section shall become operative on July 1, 1990.

SEC. 41.

 Article 5 (commencing with Section 46351) of Chapter 3 of Part 26 of Division 4 of Title 2 of the Education Code is repealed.

SEC. 42.

 Section 49180 of the Education Code is amended to read:

49180.
 If upon inspection or investigation a supervisor of attendance, probation officer, or officer of the Superintendent of Public Instruction  determines that a person is in violation of any statutory provision or rule or regulation relating to the employment of minors, he  the Superintendent  shall report the violation to the Labor Commissioner. Such The  report shall be made within 48 hours, and shall be in writing, setting forth the fact that he  the Superintendent  has good cause to believe that such a  statutory provision or rule or regulation is being violated by the person. Upon receipt of the report of violation, the Labor Commissioner  Director of Industrial Relations  shall make an inspection or investigation of the violation and shall take such  action as is  provided in Section 1287 of the Labor Code.

SEC. 43.

 Section 49430.7 of the Education Code is amended to read:

49430.7.
 (a) For purposes of this section, the following terms have the following meanings:
(1) “Child development program” means a program operated pursuant to Chapter 2 (commencing with Section 8200) of Part 6 of Division 1 of Title 1.
(2) “School” means a school operated and maintained by a school district or county office of education, or a charter school.
(3) “School district” means a school district, charter school, or county office of education.
(b) As a condition of receipt of state meal reimbursement  funds pursuant to Section 49430.5, commencing with the 2007–08 fiscal year,  Article 10 (commencing with Section 49530),  for meals and food items sold as part of the free and reduced-price meal programs, a school or school district shall comply with all of the following requirements and prohibitions:
(1) Follow the United States Department of Agriculture meal pattern.
(2) Not sell or serve a food item that has in any way been deep fried, par fried, or flash fried by a school or school district.
(3) Not sell or serve a food item containing artificial trans fat. A food item contains artificial trans fat if it contains vegetable shortening, margarine, or any kind of hydrogenated or partially hydrogenated vegetable oil, unless the manufacturer’s documentation or the label required on the food, pursuant to applicable federal and state law, lists the trans fat content as less than 0.5 grams per serving.
(4) Not sell or serve a food item that, as part of the manufacturing process, has been deep fried, par fried, or flash fried in an oil or fat that is prohibited by this paragraph. Oils and fats prohibited by this paragraph include, but are not limited to, palm, coconut, palm kernel, and lard, typically solid at room temperature and are known to negatively impact cardiovascular health. Oils permitted by this paragraph include, but are not limited to, canola, safflower, sunflower, corn, olive, soybean, peanut, or a blend of these oils, typically liquid at room temperature and are known for their positive cardiovascular benefit.
(c) For meals and food items sold as part of the free and reduced-price meal programs, a child development program is encouraged to comply with all of the following guidelines:
(1) Meet developmentally and programmatically appropriate meal pattern and the United States Department of Agriculture meal pattern.
(2) Not sell or serve a food item that has in any way been deep fried, par fried, or flash fried by a school, school district, or child development program.
(3) Not sell or serve a food item containing artificial trans fat. A food item contains artificial trans fat if it contains vegetable shortening, margarine, or any kind of hydrogenated or partially hydrogenated vegetable oil, unless the manufacturer’s documentation or the label required on the food, pursuant to applicable federal and state law, lists the trans fat content as less than 0.5 grams per serving.
(4) Not sell or serve a food item that, as part of the manufacturing process, has been deep fried, par fried, or flash fried in an oil or fat prohibited by this paragraph. Oils and fats prohibited by this paragraph include, but are not limited to, palm, coconut, palm kernel, and lard, typically solid at room temperature and are known to negatively impact cardiovascular health. Oils permitted by this provision include, but are not limited to, canola, safflower, sunflower, corn, olive, soybean, peanut, or a blend of these oils, typically liquid at room temperature and are known for their positive cardiovascular benefit.
(d) As a condition of receipt of funds pursuant to Section 49430.5, Article 10 (commencing with Section 49530),  schools and school districts shall provide the department with an annual certification of compliance with the provisions of  this section.
(e) This section shall become operative only upon an appropriation for its purposes in the annual Budget Act or another statute.

SEC. 44.

 Section 49534 of the Education Code is amended to read:

49534.
 (a) The Department of Education shall  department may  formulate the basic elements of nutrition education programs for child nutrition entities participating in programs established under this article. Such programs shall may  coordinate classroom instruction with the food service program and shall may  be of sufficient variety and flexibility to meet the needs of pupils in the total spectrum of education, including early childhood, elementary and secondary schools, special education classes and programs programs,  and child development programs.
(b) Nutrition education programs shall may  be maintained on a project approval basis. The State Board of Education shall  state board may  establish rules and regulations for nutrition education projects. Such projects shall be approved by the State Board of Education upon recommendation of the Department of Education.  County offices of education may apply for and receive funds on behalf of school districts under their jurisdiction in order to implement projects.
(c)  Projects may include, but need not be limited to, innovative ways to coordinate the school meal service program with the nutrition education program; development of community resources for purposes of nutrition education; instructional programs for teachers, parents, food service employees; and training and utilization usage  of paraprofessionals to assist the instructional staff.

SEC. 45.

 Section 49556 of the Education Code is amended to read:

49556.
 The Superintendent of Public Instruction  shall supervise the implementation of this article and shall investigate acts of alleged noncompliance. In If  the event the Superintendent of Public Instruction  Superintendent  finds that a school district or county superintendent of schools has failed to comply with the provisions of  this article, the Superintendent of Public Instruction  shall certify such noncompliance to the Attorney General. The Attorney General shall conduct such investigations the noncompliance. The Superintendent shall conduct an investigation  as may be necessary to document the noncompliance. The Attorney General  Superintendent, in the Superintendent’s discretion,  shall seek injunctive relief to secure compliance with this article, when such action is requested by the Superintendent of Public Instruction. article. 

SEC. 46.

 Article 11.5 (commencing with Section 49565) of Chapter 9 of Part 27 of Division 4 of Title 2 of the Education Code is repealed.

SEC. 47.

 Section 51749.5 of the Education Code is amended to read:

51749.5.
 (a) Notwithstanding any other law, and commencing with the 2015–16 school year, a local educational agency  school district, charter school, or county office of education  may, for pupils enrolled in kindergarten and grades 1 to 12, inclusive, provide independent study courses pursuant to the following conditions:
(1) The governing board or body of the local educational agency  a participating school district, charter school, or county office of education  adopts policies, at a public meeting, that comply with the requirements of this section and any applicable regulations adopted by the state board.
(2) A signed learning agreement is completed and on file pursuant to Section 51749.6.
(3) Courses are taught under the general supervision of certificated employees who hold the appropriate subject matter credential pursuant to Section 44300 or 44865, or subdivision (l) of Section 47605, and are employed by the local educational agency  school district, charter school, or county office of education  at which the pupil is enrolled, or by a local educational agency  school district, charter school, or county office of education  that has a memorandum of understanding to provide the instruction in coordination with the local educational agency  school district, charter school, or county office of education  at which the pupil is enrolled.
(4) (A) Courses are annually certified, by local educational agency  school district, charter school, or county office of education  governing board or body resolution, to be of the same rigor, educational quality, and intellectual challenge substantially equivalent to in-person instruction and equivalent  rigor and educational quality as equivalent  classroom-based courses, and shall be aligned to all relevant local and state content standards. For high schools, this shall include access to all courses offered by the local educational agency for graduation and approved by the University of California or the California State University as creditable under the A-G admissions criteria. 
(B) This certification shall, at a minimum, include the duration, number of equivalent daily instructional minutes for each schoolday that a pupil is enrolled, number of equivalent total instructional minutes, and  number of course credits for each course, and a plan as described in subparagraph (C).  course.  This information shall be consistent with that of equivalent classroom-based courses.
(C) (i) For pupils in transitional kindergarten and grades 1 to 3, inclusive, a plan to provide opportunities for daily synchronous instruction for all pupils throughout the school year.
(ii) For pupils in grades 4 to 8, inclusive, a plan to provide opportunities for both daily live interaction and at least weekly synchronous instruction for all pupils throughout the school year.
(iii) For pupils in grades 9 to 12, inclusive, a plan to provide opportunities for at least weekly synchronous instruction for all pupils throughout the school year.
(5) Pupils enrolled in courses authorized by this section shall meet the applicable age requirements established pursuant to Sections 46300.1, 46300.4,  47612, and 47612.1.
(6) Pupils enrolled in courses authorized by this section shall meet the applicable residency and enrollment requirements established pursuant to Sections 46300.2, 47612, 48204, and 51747.3.
(7) (A) An individual with exceptional needs, as defined in Section 56026, shall not participate in course-based independent study, unless the pupil’s individualized education program developed pursuant to Article 3 (commencing with Section 56340) of Chapter 4 of Part 30 specifically provides for that participation. Certificated employees and each pupil shall communicate in person, by telephone, or by any other live visual or audio connection no less than twice per calendar month to assess whether each pupil is making satisfactory educational progress. 
(B) A temporarily disabled pupil shall not receive individual instruction pursuant to Section 48206.3 through course-based independent study.
(8) (A) Satisfactory educational progress shall be determined based on all of the following indicators:
(i) The pupil’s achievement and engagement in the independent study program, as indicated by the pupil’s performance on applicable pupil-level measures of pupil achievement and pupil engagement set forth in paragraphs (4) and (5) of subdivision (d) of Section 52060.
(ii) (B)  The  For purposes of this section, satisfactory educational progress includes, but is not limited to, applicable statewide accountability measures and the  completion of assignments, assessments, examinations,  or other indicators that evidence that the pupil is working on assignments. assignments, learning required concepts, and progressing toward successful completion of the course, as determined by certificated employees providing instruction. 
(iii) Learning required concepts, as determined by the supervising teacher.
(iv) Progressing toward successful completion of the course of study or individual course, as determined by the supervising teacher.
(B) (C)  If satisfactory educational progress in one or more courses  is not being made, certificated employees providing instruction shall notify the pupil and, if the pupil is less than 18 years of age, the pupil’s parent or legal guardian, and conduct an evaluation to determine whether it is in the best interest of the pupil to remain in the course or whether the pupil should be referred to an alternative program, which may include, but is not limited to, a regular school program. A written record of the findings of an evaluation made pursuant to this subdivision shall be treated as a mandatory interim pupil record. The record shall be maintained for a period of three years from the date of the evaluation and, if the pupil transfers to another California public school, the record shall be forwarded to that school.
(C) Procedures for tiered reengagement strategies for all pupils who are not making satisfactory educational progress in one or more courses, or who are in violation of the written learning agreement pursuant to Section 51749.6. These procedures shall include, but are not necessarily limited to, all of the following:
(i) Verification of current contact information for each enrolled pupil.
(ii) A plan for outreach from the school to determine pupil needs, including connection with health and social services as necessary.
(iii) A clear standard for requiring a pupil-parent-educator conference to review a pupil’s written learning agreement, and reconsider the independent study course’s impact on the pupil’s achievement and well-being.
(D) Written or computer-based evidence of satisfactory educational progress, as described defined  in subparagraph (A), (B),  shall be retained for each course and pupil. At a minimum, this evidence shall include a grade book or summary document that, for each course, lists all assignments, examinations, and associated grades.
(9) A plan to transition pupils whose families wish to return to in-person instruction from course-based independent study expeditiously, and, in no case, later than five instructional days.
(10) (8)  A proctor shall administer examinations.
(11) (9)  (A) Statewide testing results for pupils enrolled in any course authorized pursuant to this section shall be reported and assigned to the school or charter school at which the pupil is enrolled, and to any school district, charter school, or county office of education within which that school’s or charter school’s testing results are aggregated.
(B) Statewide testing results for pupils enrolled in a course or courses pursuant to this section shall be disaggregated for purposes of comparing the testing results of those pupils to the testing results of pupils enrolled in classroom-based courses.
(12) (10)  A pupil shall not be required to enroll in courses authorized by this section.
(13) (11)  The pupil-to-certificated-employee ratio limitations established pursuant to Section 51745.6 are applicable  apply  to courses authorized by this section.
(14) (12)  For each pupil, the combined equivalent daily instructional minutes for enrolled courses authorized by this section and enrolled courses authorized by all other laws and regulations shall meet the minimum instructional day requirements applicable to the local educational agency. Pupils enrolled in courses authorized by this section shall be offered the minimum annual total equivalent instructional minutes pursuant to Sections 46200 to 46208, inclusive, and Section 47612.5.
(15) (13)  Courses required for high school graduation or for admission to the University of California or California State University shall not be offered exclusively through independent study.
(16) (14)  A pupil participating in independent study shall not be assessed a fee prohibited by Section 49011.
(17) (15)  A pupil shall not be prohibited from participating in independent study solely on the basis that the pupil does not have the materials, equipment, or internet access that are necessary to participate in the independent study course.
(b) For purposes of computing average daily attendance for each pupil enrolled in one or more courses authorized by this section, the following computations shall apply:
(1) (A) For each schoolday, add the combined equivalent daily instructional minutes, as certified in paragraph (4) of subdivision (a), for courses authorized by this section in which the pupil is enrolled.
(B) For each schoolday, add the combined daily instructional minutes of courses authorized by all other laws and regulations in which the pupil is enrolled and for which the pupil meets applicable attendance requirements.
(C) For each schoolday, add the sum of subparagraphs (A) and (B).
(2) If subparagraph (C) of paragraph (1) meets applicable minimum schoolday requirements for each schoolday, and all other requirements in this section have been met, credit each schoolday that the pupil is demonstrating satisfactory educational progress pursuant to the requirements of this section, with up to one school day of attendance.
(3) (A) Using credited schoolday attendance pursuant to paragraph (2), calculate average daily attendance pursuant to Section 41601 or 47612, whichever is applicable,  applies,  for each pupil.
(B) The average daily attendance computed pursuant to this subdivision shall not result in more than one unit of average daily attendance per pupil.
(4) Notwithstanding any other law, average daily attendance computed for pupils enrolled in courses authorized by this section shall not be credited with average daily attendance other than what is specified in this section.
(5) If more than 10 percent of the total average daily attendance of a local educational agency  school district, charter school, or county office of education  is claimed pursuant to this section, then the amount of average daily attendance for all pupils enrolled by that school district, charter school, or county office of education in courses authorized pursuant to this section that is in excess of 10 percent of the total average daily attendance for the local educational agency  school district, charter school, or county office of education  shall be reduced by either (A) the statewide average rate of absence for elementary school districts for kindergarten and grades 1 to 8, inclusive, or (B) the statewide average rate of absence for high school districts for grades 9 to 12, inclusive, as applicable, as calculated by the department for the prior fiscal year, with the resultant figures and ranges rounded to the nearest 10th.
(c) For purposes of this section, “equivalent total instructional minutes” means the same number of minutes as required for an equivalent classroom-based course.
(d) This section does not  shall not be deemed to  prohibit the right to collectively bargain any subject within the scope of representation pursuant to Section 3543.2 of the Government Code.
(e) (1) The Superintendent shall conduct an evaluation of independent study courses offered pursuant to this section and report the findings to the Legislature and the Director of Finance no later than September 1, 2019. The report shall, at a minimum, compare the academic performance of pupils in independent study with demographically similar pupils enrolled in equivalent classroom-based courses.
(2) The requirement for submitting a report imposed under paragraph (1) is inoperative on September 1, 2023, pursuant to Section 10231.5 of the Government Code.
(3) A report to be submitted pursuant to paragraph (1) shall be submitted in compliance with Section 9795 of the Government Code.
(f) Commencing with the 2021–22 fiscal year Guide for Annual Audits of K–12 Local Education Agencies and State Compliance Reporting, the Controller shall incorporate verification of the ratios included in this section, including fiscal penalties for noncompliance as described in this section.
(g) The provisions of this section are not subject to waiver by the state board, by the Superintendent, or under any provision of Part 26.8 (commencing with Section 47600).

SEC. 48.

 Section 51796 of the Education Code is amended to read:

51796.
 (a) The Instructional School Gardens Program is hereby established for the promotion, creation, and support of instructional school gardens through the allocation of grants, and through technical assistance provided, to school districts, charter schools, or county offices of education. The program shall be administered by the State Department of Education. department. 
(b) The Superintendent shall may  convene an interagency working group on instructional school gardens that shall may  include, but not be limited to, representatives of the State Department of Education,  department,  the Department of Food and Agriculture, the State Department of Public Health, and the California Integrated Waste Management Board. The working group shall may  advise the Superintendent on all of  the following:
(1) Effective and efficient means of encouraging school districts, charter schools, and county offices of education to develop and maintain a quality instructional school garden program.
(2) The availability of state and nonstate resources and technical assistance to help school districts, charter schools, and county offices of education in establishing and maintaining instructional school gardens.
(3) Public and private partnerships available to assist school districts, charter schools, and county offices of education in using instructional school gardens to complement the academic program of participating schools.
(c) The Superintendent may establish an advisory group involving other agencies and groups with expertise in instructional school gardens, including, but not limited to, the California Environmental Education Interagency Network. The purpose of the advisory group is to support program efforts through technical assistance, resources, in-kind support, site visits, and other related efforts.
(d) (1) The Superintendent shall use existing resources to comply with subdivisions (b) and (c).
(2) The Department of Food and Agriculture, the State Department of Public Health, and the California Integrated Waste Management Board shall use existing resources to comply with subdivision (b).

SEC. 49.

 Section 51796.2 of the Education Code is amended to read:

51796.2.
 (a) A school district, charter school, or county office of education may apply to the Superintendent for funding for a three-year grant under this article in a manner determined by the Superintendent, in order to develop and maintain an instructional school garden. The application, at a minimum, shall indicate the school or schools at which the instructional school gardens are, or are to be, located; the grade level or grade levels to be targeted; the potential number of classes within the grade levels and number of pupils who would use the instructional school gardens; and the intended items of expenditure for any funds received. The application also shall include an explanation of the six-month reporting requirement specified in Section 51796.5.
(b) The Superintendent shall distribute the grants applied for pursuant to subdivision (a) to school districts, charter schools, or county offices of education as follows:
(1) (b)  The Superintendent shall distribute the grants applied for pursuant to subdivision (a) to school districts, charter schools, or county offices of education.  Each grant shall be not more than two thousand five hundred dollars ($2,500) per schoolsite, except that a district, charter school, or county office of education that applies on behalf of at least one schoolsite with an enrollment of 1,000 or more pupils may receive a grant of not more than five thousand dollars ($5,000) per schoolsite with an enrollment of 1,000 or more pupils.
(2) The receipt of a grant during the period from the 2006–07 fiscal year to the 2008–09 fiscal year, inclusive, for instructional school garden equipment or supplies by a school district, charter school, or county office of education shall not be dependent on the receipt of a grant for instructional school garden professional development by the same district, charter school, or county office.

SEC. 50.

 Section 51797 of the Education Code is amended to read:

51797.
 During its annual discretionary grant funding process, the California Integrated Waste Management Board shall may  give preferential consideration to providing an appropriate level of funding to the program established pursuant to this article.

SEC. 51.

 Section 52500.1 of the Education Code is amended to read:

52500.1.
 (a) Adult schools shall consist of programs, courses, and classes for adults. Minors may be admitted to those programs, courses, and classes pursuant to governing board policy and this section.
(b)  Eligibility of high school pupils for enrollment in adult education programs, courses, and classes shall be limited to pupils who meet all both  of the following conditions:
(a) (1)  High school pupils who enroll in adult education programs, courses, and classes pursuant to Section 41976, except that high school pupils shall not be counted for adult education apportionment purposes if those pupils are enrolled in programs, courses, or classes pursuant to paragraph (5), (7), (8), (9), or (10) of subdivision (a) of Section 41976. purposes. 
(b) (2)  High school pupils who have completed a counseling session that involved the pupil, a certificated representative of the high school, and the pupil’s parent or guardian, and who have a school record that contains written documentation of the session and a statement that the pupil is voluntarily enrolling in the adult education course  program, course,  or class, and that enrollment in an adult education program, course, or class will enhance the pupil’s progress toward meeting the educational requirements for graduation from high school. Commencing July 1, 1994, no a  school district shall not  enroll high school pupils pursuant to this subdivision unless the school district complies with the conditions set forth in this subdivision.
(c) Money for the Adult Education Program, established pursuant to Article 9 (commencing with Section 84900) of Chapter 5 of Part 50 of Division 7 of Title 3, shall not be used to support the costs of adult education programs, courses, and classes described in this section. A school district shall clearly demonstrate that the costs of instruction for persons under 18 years of age enrolled in an adult education program, course, or class described in this section are from another allowable fund source or sources.

SEC. 52.

 Section 52501 of the Education Code is amended to read:

52501.
 The governing board of any a  school district maintaining secondary schools shall have power with the approval of the department to establish and maintain classes for adults, except programs and classes in outdoor science education and conservation education, as the term is employed in Section 8760, for the purpose of providing instruction in civic, vocational, literacy, health, family and consumer sciences, technical, and general education. classes and courses defined in Section 41976. 

SEC. 53.

 Section 52501.5 of the Education Code is amended to read:

52501.5.
 (a)  Except as provided in subdivision (b), revenue   Revenue  derived from the average daily attendance of adult education programs  Adult Education Program, established pursuant to Article 9 (commencing with Section 84900) of Chapter 5 of Part 50 of Division 7 of Title 3,  shall not be expended for other than adult education purposes.
(b) When a district’s adult revenue limit as allowed by Section 52616 is composed of average daily attendance from both a regional occupational center or program and an adult education program, the adult revenue limit income may be allocated to each program in a proportion other than the amount of adult revenue limit per average daily attendance otherwise allocable thereto.

SEC. 54.

 Section 52502 of the Education Code is amended to read:

52502.
 The governing board of a high school district or unified school district may establish classes for adults. If such these  classes result in average daily attendance  enrollment  in any school year of 100 500  or more,  more students,  such districts shall establish an adult school for the administration of the program. program, if one is not established. This section shall not prohibit the governing board of a high school district or unified school district from establishing an adult school at an enrollment threshold in classes for adults lower than 500 students for any school year. 

SEC. 55.

 Section 52505 of the Education Code is amended to read:

52505.
 Such classes may be convened at such hours and for such length of time during the day or evening and at such period and for such length of time during the school year as may be determined by the governing authority. The governing board of any high school district or unified school district may provide for the maintenance of these classes. 

SEC. 56.

 Section 52510 of the Education Code is repealed.

52510.
 The governing board of each district maintaining an adult school and offering an elementary program shall prescribe requirements for eighth grade graduation from the adult school.

SEC. 57.

 Section 52511 of the Education Code is amended to read:

52511.
 (a)  Whenever the governing board of a school district maintaining an adult school or classes for adults is unable to maintain the school or classes in the school  district because of its inability to secure a teacher or teachers, or because of lack of facilities, the board may, with the approval of the county superintendent of schools and the Superintendent of Public Instruction,  Superintendent,  maintain the school or classes of the school  district elsewhere than within the school  district or contract for instruction of the students in such school or classes with the governing board of another school  district.
(b) Notwithstanding the provisions of subdivision (a) of this section, whenever the governing board of a school district offering automobile driver training in an adult school or classes for adults determines that such training cannot be conducted effectively wholly within the district’s boundaries, it may cause the training to be conducted outside the boundaries of the district.

SEC. 58.

 Section 52512 of the Education Code is repealed.

52512.
 Classes for adults may be maintained in conjunction with day or evening high schools, day or evening adult schools, or day or evening regional occupational centers.

SEC. 59.

 Section 52513 of the Education Code is repealed.

52513.
 The governing board of any high school district or unified school district may provide for the maintenance on Saturday and Sunday of classes for adults.

SEC. 60.

 Section 52515 of the Education Code is amended to read:

52515.
 State funds shall not be apportioned to a school district based on the attendance of students enrolled in adult schools,  unless the courses have been approved by the department pursuant to Section 41976.

SEC. 61.

 Section 52516 of the Education Code is repealed.

52516.
 The governing board of any school district maintaining an adult school shall have authority with the approval of the Department of Education to establish a prescribed course in elementary subjects appropriate to needs of adults.

SEC. 62.

 Section 52517 of the Education Code is amended to read:

52517.
 (a) A high school or unified school district shall report for attendance in a class if either of the following occurs:
(1) The school district receives full compensation for the class from any public or private agency, individual, or group of individuals, except fees authorized by Section 52612.
No high school or unified school district shall report for state apportionments average daily attendance in classes: (1) if the district receives full compensation for such class from any public or private agency, individual or group of individuals, except fees authorized by Section 52612; or  (2)  if such classes are  The class is  not located in facilities  a facility  clearly identified in such  a manner, and established by appropriate procedures, to insure ensure  that attendance in such classes the class  is open to the general public, except those  unless the class is  authorized pursuant to Section 52570 and those or located  in state hospitals. The State Board of Education may adopt such regulations as may be necessary to enforce this section. a state hospital. 
(b) The state board may adopt regulations as may be necessary to enforce this section.

SEC. 63.

 Section 52518 of the Education Code is repealed.

52518.
 No class for adults in dancing or recreational physical education shall be maintained by any district for which the district receives money from the State School Fund.

SEC. 64.

 Section 52519 of the Education Code is repealed.

52519.
 (a) The governing board of any high school district or unified school district shall, prior to establishing a vocational or occupational training program, conduct a job market study of the labor market area in which it proposes to establish the program. The study shall use the State-Local Cooperative Labor Market Information Program established in Section 10533 of the Unemployment Insurance Code, or if this program is not available in the labor market area, other available sources of labor market information. The study shall include a California Occupational Information System supply analysis of existing vocational and occupational education or training programs for adults maintained by high schools, community colleges, and private postsecondary schools in the area to ensure that the anticipated employment demand for the adults enrolled in the proposed program justifies the establishment of the proposed courses of instruction.
(b) Subsequent to completing the study required by this section and prior to establishing the program, the governing board of the high school or unified school district shall determine whether or not the study justifies the proposed vocational education program.
(c) If the governing board of the high school district or unified school district determines that the job market study justifies the initiation of the proposed program, it shall, by resolution, determine whether the program shall be offered through the district’s own facilities or through a contract with an approved private postsecondary school pursuant to Section 8092.

SEC. 65.

 Section 52520 of the Education Code is repealed.

52520.
 (a) Every vocational or occupational training program for adults offered by any high school district or unified school district shall be reviewed every two years by the governing board to assure that each program does all of the following:
(1) Meets a documented labor market demand.
(2) Does not represent unnecessary duplication of other manpower training programs in the area.
(3) Is of demonstrated effectiveness as measured by the employment and completion success of its students.
(b) Any program that does not meet the requirements of subdivision (a) and the standards promulgated by the governing board shall be terminated within one year.
(c) The review process required by this section shall include the review and comments by the local workforce investment board established pursuant to the federal Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (29 U.S.C. Sec. 3101 et seq.), and pursuant to Division 8 (commencing with Section 15000) of the Unemployment Insurance Code, which review and comments shall occur before any decision by the appropriate governing body.

SEC. 66.

 Section 52522 of the Education Code is repealed.

52522.
 (a) The Superintendent may approve school district plans for adult education innovation and alternative instructional delivery. School districts making an application under this section shall demonstrate how the needs of adults will be addressed by programs, including, but not limited to:
(1) Worksite adult basic education skills instruction.
(2) Distance learning, as defined in Section 51865.
(3) Home-based and community-based independent study approaches using instructional technologies.
(4) Tests of alternative reimbursement approaches other than average daily attendance to determine whether they are reasonable and feasible, to the extent that there is no decrease in the number of students served nor an increase in cost to the state.
(b) School districts approved to implement demonstration programs under this section may claim and expend up to 5 percent of their adult block entitlement for implementation of approved programs.
(c) In addition to subdivision (b), a school district may claim and expend more than 5 percent, but no more than 15 percent, of its adult block entitlement if the program is approved by the Superintendent pursuant to subdivision (a).
(1) The Superintendent shall not approve a claim for a program pursuant to this subdivision unless the school district maintains the following accountability mechanisms for the program that may be verified through annual audits:
(A) The school district maintains documentation of the hours of student attendance required for apportionment purposes.
(B) Instructional resources are available to students.
(C) Measurement of academic gains in knowledge and skills may be determined.
(D) Student-to-teacher ratios for each course offered do not exceed the average statewide ratio for similar adult education programs.
(2) An application for adult education innovation and alternative instructional delivery shall include, but is not necessarily limited to, all of the following information for each course:
(A) How contact between students and teachers, including manner, frequency, and rules for submission and review of student work, is accomplished, including, but not necessarily limited to, the form of contract to be used between students and the teacher of record.
(B) Methods of maintaining course and student data that document instructional time to ensure that claimed units of average daily attendance are based on the equivalent of 525 hours of student attendance under the supervision of the teacher of record, that shall include the manner in which the school district does all of the following:
(i) Determines beginning and ending dates of course enrollments.
(ii) Documents student-teacher meeting time.
(iii) Documents the value of student work that is not accomplished in the presence of the teacher of record.
(C) The specific instructional resources that are available to students to complete course requirements, and how those resources are provided and accessed.
(D) The methods of assessing the academic gains of each student, including pre- and post-test systems.
(E) The number of students assigned to each teacher of record, and how the planned student-to-teacher ratio will be maintained for open entry and exit course scheduling.
(d) School districts implementing programs under this section shall report expenditures to the Superintendent in an annual fiscal report, as specified in regulations adopted by the Superintendent. Funds reported under this section and approved by the Superintendent shall continue to be allocated as part of the district’s adult block entitlement in subsequent fiscal years.
(e) The Superintendent shall adopt rules and regulations for the administration of this section to include:
(1) Allowable expenditures.
(2) The range of expenditures per pupil enrolled in the program.
(3) Reporting requirements.
(4) Program evaluation.

SEC. 67.

 Section 52522.2 of the Education Code is repealed.

52522.2.
 It is the intent of the Legislature that the State Department of Education vigorously monitor the compliance of school districts regarding the programs and funding requirements for adult education. Therefore, not later than January 1, 1996, the State Department of Education shall report to the Governor and the fiscal committees and the education policy committees of both houses of the Legislature on the implementation of the adult education program and the fiscal aspects of the adult education program for the period of July 1, 1993, to June 30, 1995. The report shall identify, by school district, any abuses of the letter or intent of the statutes pertaining to adult education, and the report shall contain recommendations for the modification, if necessary, of the funding formulas used to calculate the adult block entitlement or for program improvements to adult education.

SEC. 68.

 Section 52523 of the Education Code is amended to read:

52523.
 Adult education programs, courses, and classes shall not be used to supplant the regular high school curriculum for high school pupils enrolled in adult education. Adult education shall supplement and enrich the high school pupil’s educational experiences. Therefore, adult education, at a minimum, shall meet the following criteria:
(a) All programs, courses, and classes conducted as adult education shall be open to adults and listed in the school  district’s catalog of adult education classes provided to the public and shall be under the supervision and jurisdiction of the adult education administrator as determined by the school district governing board.  governing board of the school district.  Adults shall have priority over other students for admission to any adult education class if those adults enroll not later than the regular enrollment period for those classes. The enrollment period shall be published in the course catalog. No A  course required by the school district for high school graduation or necessary for pupils to maintain satisfactory academic progress shall not  be offered exclusively through the adult education program. An adult for purposes of this section is a person 18 years of age or older or other person who is not concurrently enrolled in a regular high school program.
(b) Each adult education teacher, whether part time or full time, under contract status or in an hourly position, shall be part of the adult school faculty and shall be under the direct supervision of the authorized adult education administrator.
(c) Enrollment of high school pupils shall be voluntary on the part of the pupil taking the class. Prior to  Before  enrollment by a high school pupil in an adult education program, class, or course, the pupil shall have documentation of the counseling session held pursuant to subdivision (b) of Section 52500.1.
(d) Enrollment of a high school pupil in an adult education program, course, or class shall be for sound educational purposes, including, but not limited to, the following:
(1) The adult education program, course, or class is not offered in the regular high school curriculum.
(2) The adult education program, course, or class is needed by the pupil to make up deficient credits for graduation from high school.
(3) The adult education program, course, or class allows the pupil to gain vocational and technical skills beyond that provided by the regular high school’s vocational and technical education program.
(4) The adult education program, course, or class, class  supplements and enriches the high school pupil’s educational experience.
(e) A high school pupil shall not be enrolled for apportionment purposes in an adult education program, course, or class that would be considered any of the following:
(1) Physical education.
(2) Driver’s training and education.
(3) Visual and performing arts.
(4) Band.
(5) Preparation of a school yearbook or school newspaper.
(6) Training for, or participation in, athletic camps, cheerleading or spirit organizations, student government, or extracurricular student clubs.
(f)  The Superintendent of Public Instruction  shall issue a program advisory that further defines the purposes set forth in subdivision (d) and the courses set forth in subdivision (e). The superintendent Superintendent  is authorized to issue, at any time, rules and regulations instead of the program advisory.
(g) Money under the Adult Education Program, established pursuant to Article 9 (commencing with Section 84900) of Chapter 5 of Part 50 of Division 7 of Title 3, shall not be used to support the costs of an adult education program, course, and class described in subdivision (e). A school district shall clearly demonstrate that the costs of instruction for pupils under 18 years of age enrolled in an adult education program, course, or class described in subdivision (e) are from another allowable fund source or sources.
(f) (h)  Students enrolled in adult education programs, courses, and classes shall be assigned a statewide student identifier consistent with the identifiers assigned to pupils in K–12 education programs, if the student is not already identified by a social security number in the data system of the adult school or other local educational agency providing the adult education programs, courses, or classes. Adult schools shall share the assigned identifiers with the California Community Colleges for inclusion in the student data system.

SEC. 69.

 Section 52525 of the Education Code is repealed.

52525.
 The Legislature finds and declares all of the following:
(a) A healthy state economy is dependent on an educated and well-prepared workforce. Career technical education plays a critical role in developing the workforce necessary for the economic viability of the state, keeping pupils engaged in the educational process, and providing meaningful skills that translate to productive careers.
(b) Data and projections from the Employment Development Department reveal that between the years of 2000 and 2006, approximately 711,290 jobs that do not require a college degree will need to be filled.
(c) The United States Department of Labor indicates that only about 20 percent of the jobs in the workforce require a baccalaureate degree.
(d) The State Department of Education reports that over 75 percent of the “industrial technology education,” which includes, but is not limited to, automotive, construction, and manufacturing programs in California’s schools have closed since the mid-1970s.
(e) The Employment Development Department and other sources reveal that current course offerings and enrollments are insufficient to fill the projected need of the state’s future labor market. Existing courses provide only 65 percent of the projected course requirements.

SEC. 70.

 Article 2 (commencing with Section 52530) of Chapter 10 of Part 28 of Division 4 of Title 2 of the Education Code is repealed.

SEC. 71.

 Section 52540 of the Education Code is amended to read:

52540.
 Upon application of 20 or more persons above the age of  18 years of age  residing in a high school district who cannot speak, read, or write the English language to a degree of proficiency equal to that required for the completion of the eighth  grade 8  of the elementary schools, the governing board of the high school district shall establish classes in English. These classes may be offered directly by the high school district or in partnership with another public adult education provider. 

SEC. 72.

 Section 52541 of the Education Code is repealed.

52541.
 Application for classes shall be made in time to permit the board to arrange to meet the expenses of the classes.

SEC. 73.

 Section 52542 of the Education Code is repealed.

52542.
 The board may establish the classes without demand and with a lesser number of students.

SEC. 74.

 Section 52543 of the Education Code is repealed.

52543.
 The classes shall be held at least twice a week for a two-hour period.

SEC. 75.

 Section 52544 of the Education Code is repealed.

52544.
 If the enrollment in any class falls to 10 or less for a one-month period, the governing board may discontinue the class for that year.

SEC. 76.

 Section 52552 of the Education Code is amended to read:

52552.
 Upon application of 25 or more persons desiring training for citizenship and residing in a high school district, the governing board of the high school district  shall establish special classes in training for citizenship. Upon demand demand,  the board  governing board of the high school district  may establish the classes with a lesser number of applicants. These classes may be offered directly by the high school district or in partnership with another public adult education provider. 

SEC. 77.

 Section 52553 of the Education Code is repealed.

52553.
 Application for classes shall be made in time to permit the governing board to arrange to meet the expenses of the classes.

SEC. 78.

 Section 52554 of the Education Code is repealed.

52554.
 Upon satisfactory evidence that any school district required to do so has failed to establish and maintain classes in training for citizenship, the Superintendent of Public Instruction and county superintendent of schools may withhold 5 percent of state and county apportionments until the district has complied with the provisions of this article.

SEC. 79.

 Section 52556 of the Education Code is repealed.

52556.
 The classes shall be held at least twice a week for three months. At the close of this period, if the enrollment in any class has fallen to 10 or less for the month, the governing board of the district may discontinue the class for that year.

SEC. 80.

 Section 52570 of the Education Code is amended to read:

52570.
 The governing board of any a  school district maintaining secondary schools or a county superintendent of schools, shall have the power, with the approval of the department, to establish special classes for adults designed to serve the educational needs of adults with disabilities. These classes shall be directed to providing instruction in civic, vocational, literary, family and consumer sciences, technical, and general education and  civic education, career technical education, work readiness, independent living skills, community access and integration, communication and social skills, literacy, and academics. These classes  shall conform to standards of attendance, curriculum, and administration established by the department. Attendance of adults with disabilities in such classes established by the county superintendent of schools shall be included for purposes of apportionments to the county school service fund. 

SEC. 81.

 Section 52571 of the Education Code is repealed.

52571.
 Special classes for adults with disabilities may be conducted under the direction of the governing board of the school district in workshop and training facilities provided by nonprofit organizations, or in public school facilities. These facilities may include those where part-time paid work education and training is conducted and where less than the state minimum wage is paid.

SEC. 82.

 Section 52572 of the Education Code is amended to read:

52572.
 The governing board of any a  school district or the county superintendent of schools authorized by this article to establish special classes for adults designed to serve the educational needs of adults with disabilities may contract for the providing of  to provide  those classes by any adjacent high school district or unified school district, subject to the approval of the Superintendent. For purposes of apportionments, the average daily attendance in classes conducted pursuant to the contract shall accrue to and be reported by the district in which the student resides.  Any contract entered into pursuant to this section shall be for a term of not to exceed one year but may be renewed or revised and renewed annually.

SEC. 83.

 Section 52610.5 of the Education Code is amended to read:

52610.5.
 Notwithstanding Section 52610, any minor, regardless of age, who is pregnant or is a parent actively engaged in raising one or more of his or her  the minor’s  children, is eligible to enroll in any adult education course or class described in subdivision (a) of Section 41976 or in Section 52616.2. The attendance of that pupil in that  Section 41976. Money under the Adult Education Program, established pursuant to Article 9 (commencing with Section 84900) of Chapter 5 of Part 50 of Division 7 of Title 3, shall not be used to support the costs of adult education courses or classes described in Section 41976. A school district shall clearly demonstrate that the costs of instruction for persons under 18 years of age enrolled in an adult education  course or class shall be counted for adult education apportionment purposes, except that no district shall be entitled to claim average daily attendance for apportionment purposes in excess of the amount authorized by subdivision (b) of Section 52616. In addition, no district may count the attendance of any pupil toward the computation of both adult average daily attendance, as computed pursuant to Section 41601, and regular average daily attendance, as computed pursuant to Section 46300. described in Section 41976 are from another allowable fund source or sources. 

SEC. 84.

 Section 52614 of the Education Code is repealed.

52614.
 The governing board of the district shall designate an employee or employees of the district to have custody of the incidental expense account, or accounts, who shall be responsible for the payment into the account, or accounts, of all moneys required to be paid into the account or accounts, and for all expenditures therefrom, subject to such regulations as the governing board prescribes.

SEC. 85.

 Section 52615 of the Education Code is repealed.

52615.
 The regulations of the governing board may provide for the sale of materials purchased from the incidental expense account to pupils in classes for adults, for use in connection with such classes. The proceeds of all such sales shall be deposited in that account and shall be available for the purposes of that account.

SEC. 86.

 Section 52616 of the Education Code is amended to read:

52616.
 (a) Notwithstanding any other law, commencing July 1, 1993, the Superintendent shall determine an adult block entitlement, to be paid from appropriations to Section A of the State School Fund as part of the principal apportionment to school districts, for those school districts that maintain education programs for adults by multiplying the adult education revenue limit per unit of average daily attendance determined pursuant to Section 52616.16 and the adult education average daily attendance determined pursuant to Section 52616.17.
(b) Money  The adult block entitlement   derived under the Adult Education Program, established pursuant to Article 9 (commencing with Section 84900) of Chapter 5 of Part 50 of Division 7 of Title 3,  shall be deposited in a separate fund of the school district to be known as the “adult education fund.” Money in an  the school district’s  adult education fund shall be expended only for adult education purposes. Except for moneys received pursuant to the local control funding formula, moneys received for programs other than adult education for specifically designated pupils  shall not be expended for adult education.

SEC. 87.

 Section 52616.2 of the Education Code is repealed.

52616.2.
 For purposes of calculating the adult block entitlement under Section 52616 for any school district that maintains education programs for adults, as described under subdivision (a) of Section 41976, the Superintendent of Public Instruction shall include the average daily attendance for any parenting programs offered by the district for parents of high-risk pupils, as defined in Section 54721, between the ages of 5 and 18 years, inclusive, which programs shall include, but not necessarily be limited to, instruction in the value of the following pupil objectives:
(a) Completion of the educational process leading to the granting of a diploma of graduation from high school.
(b) Study and learning in conjunction with other pupils.
(c) Fulfillment of school homework requirements.
(d) School attendance and participation as preparation for employment and other activities.

SEC. 88.

 Section 52616.4 of the Education Code is amended to read:

52616.4.
 (a) Money in the Adult Education Fund of a school district may be expended only for the following charges:
(1) Direct instructional costs relating directly to the adult education program, including, but not limited to, the salaries and benefits of adult education teachers and aides, textbooks, instructional supplies, travel and conference expenses for employees who work in the adult education program, and repair, maintenance, acquisition, and replacement of instructional equipment used in the adult education program.
(2) (A)  Direct support costs for the adult education program. For the  purposes of this section, “direct support costs” means:
(A) (i)  Instructional administration and instructional media costs that are supported by auditable documentation. For purposes of this paragraph, subparagraph,  instructional administration costs include the documented costs of individuals who, regardless of specific job title, administer the district’s adult education program.
(B) (ii)  School administration and pupil services costs that are supported by auditable documentation and that represent the activities of individuals whose employment by the school district is exclusively in support of the adult education program, or school administration and pupil services costs that are supported by auditable documentation and that meet all of the following conditions:
(i) (I)  Those costs are able to be identified in a separate contract with the adult education program.
(ii) (II)  The administration and services are provided exclusively to adult students and only for the period identified in the contract made pursuant to clause (i). subclause (I). 
(iii) (III)  The services are provided during a time that is different than when services to pupils in kindergarten and grades 1 to 12, inclusive, are provided, and the administration is provided after 4:00 p.m.
(iv) (IV)  The persons who provide the services and administration to adult students report to the adult education director during the period of the contract made pursuant to clause (i). subclause (I). 
(v) (V)  The person providing the administration immediately supervises the adult school personnel.
(C) (iii)  Plant maintenance and operations costs, including costs for facilities that are used to provide child care  childcare  services to the children of the students attending the adult education program at a particular site as follows:
(i) (I)  For facilities that exclusively house adult education programs, the costs that are supported by auditable documentation. For purposes of this subparagraph, clause,  a facility that houses an adult education program and a regional occupational center or program or a child care  childcare  program, or both, is a facility that exclusively houses an adult education program.
(ii) (II)  For facilities that are used by more than one program, including the adult education program, a district may charge the Adult Education Fund for an amount attributable to the adult education program, but this charge shall not exceed the amount derived from the following calculation:
(I) (ia)  Calculate, according to the general description in the California School Accounting Manual, the prorated number of classroom units that the adult education program uses for instructional and child care  childcare  purposes.
(II) (ib)  Calculate the total number of classroom units in the district.
(III) (ic)  Divide the amount calculated in (I)  sub-subclause (ia)  by the amount calculated in (II). sub-subclause (ib). 
(IV) (id)  Multiply the quotient calculated in (III)  sub-subclause (ic)  by the district’s total plant maintenance and operations costs.
(D) (iv)  Facilities costs for nondistrict-owned facilities that exclusively house adult education programs, including, but not limited to, costs of facilities that are used to provide child care  childcare  services to the children of the students attending the adult education program at the same site. For purposes of this paragraph, subparagraph,  a facility that houses an adult education program and a regional occupational center or program or a child care program, or both, is a facility that exclusively houses an adult education program.
(E) (v)  Facilities costs for the acquisition of facilities originally acquired by adult education programs, or for the restoration of those facilities, including costs for debt service for the acquisition or restoration of a facility, including the costs of facilities that are used to provide child care  childcare  services to the children of the students attending the adult education program at the same site.
(B)  For the  purposes of this paragraph, subparagraph (A),  “auditable documentation” means time reports and other contemporaneous records that establish the time that individual employees spend working for the adult education program, and the documentation that supports nonpersonnel costs substantiating that the adult education program received the service, supply, or equipment. That documentation shall comply with the documentation requirements set forth in the California School Accounting Manual published pursuant to Section 41010.
(3) Indirect costs of the adult education program. For the purposes of this paragraph, “indirect costs” means the lesser of the school district’s prior year indirect cost rate as approved by the State Department of Education or the statewide average indirect cost rate for high school and unified school districts for the second prior fiscal year.
(4) As an alternative to charging the costs in both paragraphs (2) and (3) to the adult education program, a school district may transfer not more than 8 percent of the annual revenue deposited in the district’s Adult Education Fund to the district’s general fund for expenditures the district incurs in operating its adult education program.
(b) If the State Department of Education  department  and the Department of Finance concur that a school district has violated this section, the Superintendent of Public Instruction  shall direct that school district to transfer double the amount improperly transferred to the school  district’s general fund from that fund to the school  district’s Adult Education Fund for the subsequent fiscal year, which amount shall be used for the improvement of the school  district’s adult education program. If the school district fails to make that transfer as directed, the superintendent Superintendent  shall reduce the school district’s regular apportionment determined pursuant to Section 42238 and increase the district’s adult block entitlement determined pursuant to Section 52616 42238.02, as implemented by Section 42238.03,  by that amount, which amount and that  shall be used for improvement of the school  district’s adult education program.
(c) It is the intent of the Legislature in enacting this section that responsible school district officials be held fully accountable for the accounting and reporting of adult education programs and that minor and inadvertent instances of noncompliance be resolved in a fair and equitable manner to the satisfaction of the Superintendent of Public Instruction  and the Department of Finance.
(d) The Superintendent of Public Instruction,  Superintendent,  with the approval of the Department of Finance, may waive up to the full transfer amount in subdivision (b) if he or she  the Superintendent  determines that the noncompliance involved is minor or inadvertent, or both.

SEC. 89.

 Section 52616.5 of the Education Code is repealed.

52616.5.
 (a) Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 52616.4, the Merced Union High School District may use money in its Adult Education Fund to purchase up to 20 existing district-owned classrooms for the exclusive use of its adult education program.
(b) The Adult Education Fund money used by the Merced Union High School District to purchase existing district-owned classrooms for the exclusive use of its adult education program shall be placed in a separate account after the purchase is completed.
(c) The money in the separate account established pursuant to subdivision (b) shall be used by the Merced Union High School District solely for the purpose of purchasing classrooms for use by students in grades 9 to 12, inclusive. The school district shall purchase, with the funds in the separate account, an equal number of classrooms for use by students in grades 9 to 12, inclusive, as the number of classrooms purchased for the adult education program pursuant to subdivision (a).
(1) If the funds in the separate account are insufficient to purchase an equal number of classrooms for use by students in grades 9 to 12, inclusive, then the school district may use district general fund money to complete the purchase of the classrooms.
(2) If there are funds remaining in the separate account after the purchase of an equal number of classrooms for use by students in grades 9 to 12, inclusive, those funds shall be transferred back to the Adult Education Fund.
(d) The classrooms purchased pursuant to this section shall meet the structural standards imposed by law for earthquake safety pursuant to Article 3 (commencing with Section 39140) and Article 6 (commencing with Section 39210) of Chapter 2 of Part 23.
(e) Any classrooms purchased pursuant to subdivision (a) shall not be included in the area of adequate school construction existing in the school district pursuant to Section 17742.7.
(f) This section shall not expand the Merced Union High School District’s eligibility for funding pursuant to the Public Education Facilities Bond Act of 1996 (Part 66 (commencing with Section 100000)).

SEC. 90.

 Section 52616.16 of the Education Code is repealed.

52616.16.
 (a) For the 1993–94 fiscal year, each school district’s adult education revenue limit per unit of average daily attendance shall be determined as follows:
(1) (A) Add the total apportionment the school district received for the 1991–92 fiscal year for its adult education program and the portion of its state apportionment that represents the funding for those secondary school pupils concurrently enrolled in adult education.
(B) Add the school district’s average daily attendance funded for the annual apportionment for the 1991–92 fiscal year for adult education and the portion of the district’s funded regular average daily attendance for secondary school pupils concurrently enrolled in adult education.
(C) Divide subparagraph (A) by subparagraph (B) to determine the school district’s adult education revenue limit per unit of average daily attendance.
(2) (A) For a school district offering adult education courses and classes pursuant to Section 41976.2, multiply the funded average daily attendance for the second principal apportionment made in the 1991–92 fiscal year for independent study pupils 21 years of age or older and pupils 19 years of age or older who have not been continuously enrolled in kindergarten or any of grades 1 to 12, inclusive, since their 18th birthday, as calculated pursuant to Section 46300.1, as that section read on January 1, 1992, by the statewide average funded adult education revenue limit for the 1992–93 fiscal year. This amount shall be added to the amount calculated pursuant to subparagraph (A) of paragraph (1) of this subdivision.
(B) Determine the funded average daily attendance made in the second principal apportionment for the 1991–92 fiscal year for independent study pupils 21 years of age or older and pupils 19 years of age or older who have not been continuously enrolled in kindergarten or any of grades 1 to 12, inclusive, since their 18th birthday, as calculated pursuant to Section 46300.1, as that section read on January 1, 1992. This amount shall be added to the amount calculated pursuant to subparagraph (B) of paragraph (1) of this subdivision.
(3) If the amount determined in paragraph (1) is between one thousand seven hundred seventy-five dollars ($1,775) and two thousand fifty dollars ($2,050), that amount shall be the district’s adult education revenue limit per unit of average daily attendance for the 1993–94 fiscal year.
(4) If the amount determined in paragraph (1) is greater than two thousand fifty dollars ($2,050), the difference between that amount and two thousand fifty dollars ($2,050) shall be multiplied by 0.67 and that product shall be added to two thousand fifty dollars ($2,050). That amount shall be the district’s adult education revenue limit per unit of average daily attendance for the 1993–94 fiscal year.
(5) If the amount determined in paragraph (1) is less than one thousand seven hundred seventy-five dollars ($1,775), the difference between that amount and one thousand seven hundred seventy-five dollars ($1,775) shall be multiplied by .67 and that product shall be subtracted from one thousand seven hundred seventy-five dollars ($1,775). That amount shall be the district’s adult education revenue limit per unit of average daily attendance for the 1993–94 fiscal year.
(6) Any school district that establishes a new adult education program and receives a state apportionment for adult education on or after July 1, 1993, shall have an adult education revenue limit per unit of average daily attendance equal to the statewide average adult education revenue limit for the 1993–94 fiscal year.
(b) For the 1994–95 fiscal year, each school district’s adult education revenue limit per unit of average daily attendance shall be determined as follows:
(1) (A) Add the total apportionment the school district received for the 1991–92 fiscal year for its adult education program and the portion of its state apportionment that represents the funding for those secondary school pupils concurrently enrolled in adult education.
(B) Add the school district’s average daily attendance funded for the annual apportionment for the 1991–92 fiscal year for adult education and the portion of the district’s funded regular average daily attendance for secondary school pupils concurrently enrolled in adult education.
(C) Divide subparagraph (A) by subparagraph (B) to determine the school district’s adult education revenue limit per unit of average daily attendance.
(2) (A) For a school district offering adult education courses and classes pursuant to Section 41976.2, multiply the funded average daily attendance for the second principal apportionment made in the 1991–92 fiscal year for independent study pupils 21 years of age or older and pupils 19 years of age or older who have not been continuously enrolled in kindergarten or any of grades 1 to 12, inclusive, since their 18th birthday, as calculated pursuant to Section 46300.1, as that section read on January 1, 1992, by the statewide average funded adult education revenue limit for the 1992–93 fiscal year. This amount shall be added to the amount calculated pursuant to subparagraph (A) of paragraph (1) of this subdivision.
(B) Determine the funded average daily attendance for the second principal apportionment made in the 1991–92 fiscal year for independent study pupils 21 years of age or older and pupils 19 years of age or older who have not been continuously enrolled in kindergarten or any of grades 1 to 12, inclusive, since their 18th birthday, as calculated pursuant to Section 46300.1, as that section read on January 1, 1992. This amount shall be added to the amount calculated pursuant to subparagraph (B) of paragraph (1) of this subdivision.
(3) If the amount determined in paragraph (1) is between one thousand seven hundred seventy-five dollars ($1,775) and two thousand fifty dollars ($2,050), that amount shall be the district’s adult education revenue limit per unit of average daily attendance for the 1994–95 fiscal year.
(4) If the amount determined in paragraph (1) is greater than two thousand fifty dollars ($2,050), the difference between that amount and two thousand fifty dollars ($2,050) shall be multiplied by 0.33 and that product shall be added to two thousand fifty dollars ($2,050). That amount shall be the district’s adult education revenue limit per unit of average daily attendance for the 1994–95 fiscal year.
(5) If the amount determined in paragraph (1) is less than one thousand seven hundred seventy-five dollars ($1,775), the difference between that amount and one thousand seven hundred seventy-five dollars ($1,775) shall be multiplied by .34 and that product shall be subtracted from one thousand seven hundred seventy-five dollars ($1,775). That amount shall be the district’s adult education revenue limit per unit of average daily attendance for the 1994–95 fiscal year.
(6) Any school district that establishes a new adult education program and receives a state apportionment for adult education on or after July 1, 1993, shall have an adult education revenue limit per unit of average daily attendance that is equal to the statewide average adult education revenue limit for the 1994–95 fiscal year.
(c) For the 1995–96 fiscal year the adult education revenue limit per unit of average daily attendance shall be one of the following:
(1) The amount determined in paragraph (1) of subdivision (a).
(2) Two thousand fifty dollars ($2,050) for any district that had a 1993–94 fiscal year adult education revenue limit per unit of average daily attendance determined pursuant to paragraph (4) of subdivision (a).
(3) One thousand seven hundred seventy-five dollars ($1,775) for any district that had a 1993–94 fiscal year adult education revenue limit per unit of average daily attendance determined pursuant to paragraph (5) or paragraph (6) of subdivision (a).
(d) Commencing July 1, 1996, an inflation adjustment shall be calculated for each district so that over time the adult education revenue limit per unit of average daily attendance shall be the same for all districts. A school district’s adult education revenue limit per unit of average daily attendance shall be the district’s prior fiscal year’s adult education revenue limit per unit of average daily attendance increased by a dollar amount calculated as follows:
(1) Determine the dollar amount by multiplying the statewide average funded adult education revenue limit per unit of average daily attendance for the prior fiscal year by the inflation adjustment used to increase revenue limits for unified school districts pursuant to Section 42238.1.
(2) Determine a factor as follows:
(A) Multiply the highest funded adult education revenue limit per unit of average daily attendance in the state for the prior fiscal year by 1.02.
(B) Divide the amount determined in subparagraph (A) by the funded adult education revenue limit per unit of average daily attendance of the school district for the prior fiscal year.
(C) If the number determined in subparagraph (B) is greater than 1.10, that result shall be reduced to 1.10. If the number determined in subparagraph (B) is less than 1.02, that result shall be increased to 1.02.
(D) Subtract 1.0 from the number determined in subparagraph (C).
(E) Divide the number determined in subparagraph (D) by the inflation adjustment used to increase revenue limits for a unified school district pursuant to Section 42238.1.
(3) Multiply the dollar amount determined in paragraph (1) by the factor determined in paragraph (2).
(4) Add the amount determined in paragraph (3) to the funded adult revenue limit per unit of average daily attendance of the school district for the prior fiscal year. In no case shall any revenue limit per unit of average daily attendance be increased above the amount calculated in subparagraph (A) of paragraph (2).
The Superintendent of Public Instruction shall reallocate any amounts calculated for a district in excess of the amount calculated in subparagraph (A) of paragraph (2) to augment the inflation adjustments of other districts.
If the amount of funds needed to provide inflation adjustments calculated pursuant to this subdivision exceeds the amount appropriated in the annual Budget Act for adult education program inflation adjustments, the superintendent shall prorate the amounts calculated pursuant to this subdivision.
(e) When each district’s adult education revenue per unit of average daily attendance is the same, each district, notwithstanding paragraphs (1) and (2) of subdivision (d), shall receive the same inflation adjustment calculated pursuant to the inflation adjustment used to increase revenue limits for unified school districts pursuant to Section 42238.1.
(f) If there is an average daily attendance audit adjustment for any of the 1990–91, 1991–92, or 1992–93 fiscal years, for purposes of calculating the district’s adjusted adult education revenue limit pursuant to this section, the superintendent, with the approval of the Department of Finance, may waive the average daily attendance audit adjustment if the superintendent determines that the audit exception was minor or inadvertent, or both.

SEC. 91.

 Section 52616.17 of the Education Code is repealed.

52616.17.
 Commencing July 1, 1993, the Superintendent of Public Instruction shall determine an authorized limit of adult education average daily attendance for all high school districts and unified school districts that operated and claimed adult education state apportionment for the 1992–93 fiscal year, as follows:
(a) For the 1993–94 fiscal year, the district’s authorized adult education average daily attendance shall be one of the following:
(1) The district’s adult education average daily attendance added to the district’s average daily attendance for concurrently enrolled high school pupils in adult education programs that was certified for the annual principal apportionment report and for which state apportionment for the 1991–92 fiscal year was received.
(2) If the district’s average daily attendance for concurrently enrolled high school pupils in adult education used in paragraph (1) exceeds 10 percent of the district’s total average daily attendance for all pupils in grades 9 to 12, inclusive, for the same reporting period, the district’s authorized adult education average daily attendance pursuant to paragraph (1) shall be reduced by multiplying the amount of certified average daily attendance for concurrently enrolled high school pupils in adult education that exceeds 10 percent by 0.33 and subtracting that amount from the district’s authorized adult education average daily attendance pursuant to paragraph (1).
(3) For a school district offering adult education courses and classes pursuant to Section 41976.2, add to the amount calculated pursuant to paragraphs (1) or (2) the number of units of average daily attendance claimed by that district for the second principal apportionment made in the 1991–92 fiscal year for independent study pupils 21 years of age or older and pupils 19 years of age or older who have not been continuously enrolled in kindergarten or any of the grades 1 to 12, inclusive, since their 18th birthday, as calculated pursuant to Section 46300.1, as that section read on January 1, 1992.
(b) For the 1994–95 fiscal year, the district’s authorized adult education average daily attendance shall be one of the following:
(1) The district’s adult education average daily attendance added to the district’s average daily attendance for concurrently enrolled high school pupils in adult education programs that was certified for the annual principal apportionment report and for which state apportionment for the 1991–92 fiscal year was received.
(2) If the district’s average daily attendance for concurrently enrolled high school pupils in adult education used in paragraph (1) exceeds 10 percent of the district’s total average daily attendance for all pupils in grades 9 to 12, inclusive, for the same reporting period, the district’s authorized adult education average daily attendance pursuant to paragraph (1) shall be reduced by multiplying the amount of certified average daily attendance for concurrently enrolled high school pupils in adult education that exceeds 10 percent by 0.67 and subtracting that amount from the district’s authorized adult education average daily attendance pursuant to paragraph (1).
(3) For a school district offering adult education courses and classes pursuant to Section 41976.2, add to the amount calculated pursuant to paragraphs (1) or (2) the number of units of average daily attendance claimed by that district for the second principal apportionment made in the 1991–92 fiscal year for independent study pupils 21 years of age or older and pupils 19 years of age or older who have not been continuously enrolled in kindergarten or any of the grades 1 to 12, inclusive, since their 18th birthday, as calculated pursuant to Section 46300.1, as that section read on January 1, 1992.
(c) For the 1995–96 fiscal year, the district’s authorized adult education average day attendance shall be one of the following:
(1) The district’s adult education average daily attendance added to the district’s average daily attendance for concurrently enrolled high school pupils in adult education programs that was certified for the annual principal apportionment report and for which the state apportionment for the 1991–92 fiscal year was received.
(2) If the district’s average daily attendance for concurrently enrolled high school pupils in adult education used in paragraph (1) exceeds 10 percent of the district’s total average daily attendance for all pupils in grades 9 to 12, inclusive, for the same reporting period, the district’s authorized adult education average daily attendance pursuant to paragraph (1) shall be reduced by multiplying the amount of certified average daily attendance for concurrently enrolled high school pupils in adult education that exceeds 10 percent by 1.00 and subtracting that amount from the district’s authorized adult education average daily attendance pursuant to paragraph (1).
(3) For a school district offering adult education courses and classes pursuant to Section 41976.2, add to the amount calculated pursuant to paragraph (1) or (2), whichever is applicable, the number of units of average daily attendance claimed by the district for the second principal apportionment for the 1991–92 fiscal year for independent study pupils 21 years of age and older and pupils 19 years of age or older who have not been continuously enrolled in kindergarten, or any of grades 1 to 12, inclusive, since their 18th birthday, as calculated pursuant to Section 46300.1, as that section read on January 1, 1992.
(d) For the 1996–97 fiscal year, and each fiscal year thereafter, a school district’s adult education average daily attendance for apportionment purposes shall be its authorized adult education average daily attendance for the prior fiscal year multiplied by 1.025.
(e) Commencing July 1, 1996, a school district shall not certify for apportionment purposes, that portion of any average daily attendance in adult education programs generated by pupils who are concurrently enrolled for apportionment purposes in high school that exceeds 10 percent of the district’s average daily attendance for all pupils in grades 9 to 12, inclusive, for the same reporting period.
(f) It is the intent of the Legislature that, commencing July 1, 1993, each school district that conducted programs in the 1991–92 fiscal year through independent study for pupils 21 years of age or older and pupils 19 years of age or older who have not been continuously enrolled in kindergarten or any of grades 1 to 12, inclusive, since their 18th birthday, as calculated pursuant to Section 46300.1, as that section read on January 1, 1992, continue to serve at least the same number of units of average daily attendance through adult education for high school diploma programs in all subsequent years as were funded through those independent study programs in the 1991–92 fiscal year, unless the school district governing board determines that meeting this service requirement would incur costs in excess of the revenue received.

SEC. 92.

 Section 52616.18 of the Education Code is amended to read:

52616.18.
 (a) Commencing July 1, of each fiscal year, notwithstanding that a school district was not authorized to operate an adult education program pursuant to Section 41976, a school district may apply to the department for initial program approval and funding to begin any adult education programs specified in Section 41976 provided the school  district meets both of  the following criteria:
(1) The school  district did not operate nor claim state apportionment for an adult education program in the prior fiscal year.
(2) The district enters into a written delineation of function agreement pursuant to Chapter 3 school district has participated in the appropriate local adult education consortium, approved pursuant to Article 9  (commencing with Section 8500) of Part 6 for the fiscal year for which initial funding is authorized between the applicant school district and the community college district in the same geographical area. 84900) of Chapter 5 of Part 50 of Division 7 of Title 3, and the applicable adult education plan approved pursuant to that article for adult education activities and services. 
(b) The Superintendent of Public Instruction  may approve the program and state apportionment  funding on the basis of the school district’s documented need for adult education programs. The superintendent Superintendent  shall issue a program advisory that sets forth the criteria of need that a school  district is required to document.
(c) A school district that receives state funding under this section shall ensure that priority for program service is given to persons applying for the district’s adult education programs authorized by paragraphs (2), (3), and (4) of subdivision (a) of Section 41976.
(d) A school district that maintains a current delineation of function agreement with a community college district pursuant to Chapter 3 (commencing with Section 8500) of Part 6 are authorized to divide the responsibility for offering courses pursuant to Section 41976 by mutual agreement of the boards of those districts.
(e) This section shall be operative to the extent that the superintendent determines that funds are available pursuant to Section 52616.19 to implement the section on or after July 1, of each fiscal year.

SEC. 93.

 Section 52616.19 of the Education Code is repealed.

52616.19.
 (a) Commencing with the 1993–94 fiscal year, and each fiscal year thereafter, the only funding available for purposes of Sections 52616, 52616.16, 52616.17, and 52616.18 shall be the following:
(1) Funds that would have been apportioned for purposes of Section 52616, as that section read on June 30, 1993.
(2) Funds that would have been apportioned for purposes of concurrently enrolled average daily attendance pursuant to Section 42238.5, as that section read on June 30, 1993.
(3) Funds that would have been available for purposes of adult elementary and secondary independent study average daily attendance pursuant to Section 46300.1, as that section read on June 30, 1993.
(b) In the 1993–94 fiscal year, up to four million two hundred fifty thousand dollars ($4,250,000) shall be available for the start up of new adult education programs pursuant to Section 52616.18. In the 1994–95 fiscal year, up to eight million five hundred thousand dollars ($8,500,000) shall be available for the startup of new adult education programs and the continuation of programs started and funded in the 1993–94 fiscal year. Four million two hundred fifty thousand dollars ($4,250,000) of that amount shall only be available for new adult education programs if there is no deficit applied pursuant to subdivision (c). It is the intent of the Legislature that, commencing in the 1995–96 fiscal year, those adult education programs started and funded in the 1993–94 and 1994–95 fiscal years shall continue to be funded.
(c) If the funds available pursuant to subdivision (a) are not sufficient to fully fund Sections 52616, 52616.16, 52616.17, and 52616.18, the Superintendent of Public Instruction shall reduce the adult education apportionment for each district that received funding pursuant to Section 52616.16.
(d) If the funds available pursuant to subdivision (a) exceed the amount needed to fund the purposes specified in Sections 52616, 52616.16, 52616.17, 52616.18, and 52617, the Superintendent shall allocate those excess funds on a one-time basis to a school district operating adult education programs that have exceeded its number of units of authorized adult education average daily attendance in proportion to the excess units of average daily attendance served by each school district for that fiscal year. The Superintendent may not allocate an amount of funds to a school district pursuant to this subdivision that exceeds the total number of units of authorized adult education average daily attendance served by the school district multiplied by the appropriate funding rate per unit of average daily attendance.

SEC. 94.

 Section 52616.20 of the Education Code is repealed.

52616.20.
 For purposes of calculating a school district’s authorized adult education average daily attendance pursuant to Section 52616.17, average daily attendance for concurrently enrolled high school pupils in adult education programs for districts that currently are party to an adult education joint powers agreement established prior to January 1, 1963, shall be based upon the aggregate average daily attendance of all participating districts’ pupils in grades 9 to 12, inclusive. Notwithstanding this section, the average daily attendance for concurrently enrolled high school pupils in the Covina-Valley Unified School District, operated by the Tri-Community Adult Education joint powers authority, shall not exceed the average daily attendance for concurrently enrolled high school pupils in the Covina-Valley Unified School District for the 1992-93 fiscal year.

SEC. 95.

 Section 52616.21 of the Education Code is repealed.

52616.21.
 Notwithstanding subdivision (a) of Section 46300 or any other law, a county office of education may administer an adult education program and each eligible school district, as specified in subdivision (e), within its jurisdiction may participate in the program. A county office of education administering that adult education program may report the average daily attendance of each school district participating in the adult education program for the purpose of receiving apportionments pursuant to Sections 52616.18 and 52616.19. The Superintendent of Public Instruction shall make apportionments pursuant to those sections to a county office of education administering that adult education program provided the following conditions are met:
(a) The county office of education has a current, valid, written mutual delineation agreement with the local community college located in the geographic area in which the adult education program is offered.
(b) The attendance of students reported is attendance while engaged in educational activities required of those students under the immediate supervision and control of a certificated employee of a school district that is under the jurisdiction of the county office of education.
(c) The county office of education serves an area of large geographic expanse that is sparsely populated and geographically isolated, as determined by the Superintendent of Public Instruction.
(d) The average daily attendance reported is only for those school districts that have agreed to participate in the county-administered adult education program.
(e) At least 5 percent of the average daily attendance reported by the school districts served by the county office of education is attributable to the school districts participating in the county-administered adult education program for the purposes of apportionments pursuant to Sections 52616.18 and 52616.19.

SEC. 96.

 Section 52616.24 of the Education Code is repealed.

52616.24.
 In the event that a school district is found, pursuant to an audit, to have incorrectly reported adult education or concurrently enrolled average daily attendance to the State Department of Education, the Superintendent of Public Instruction shall recalculate the average daily attendance for purposes of determining the adult block entitlement pursuant to Section 52616.

SEC. 97.

 Section 52617 of the Education Code is repealed.

52617.
 (a) (1) Commencing in the 2006–07 fiscal year, and in each fiscal year thereafter, the Superintendent shall, after making adjustments pursuant to subdivision (d) of Section 52616.17, and based on data reported to the department by local educational agencies on or before July 15 of each fiscal year, adjust the allocation of apportionments for adult education average daily attendance as follows:
(A) For a school district operating an adult education program with fewer than 100 units of authorized adult education average daily attendance, as determined pursuant to Section 52616.17, in the two prior fiscal years, and which served or exceeded its adult education average daily attendance authorized limit in the two prior fiscal years, the Superintendent shall grant to the school district up to 30 additional units of authorized adult education average daily attendance made available after he or she performs the adjustments pursuant to subparagraph (C) upon the request of the district. A school district that receives additional units may not exceed 100 total units. If available units are insufficient to provide for this adjustment, the school district shall receive a prorated amount, relative to the units of authorized adult education average daily attendance of the school district.
(B) For a school district operating an adult education program with 100 or more units of authorized adult education average daily attendance, as determined pursuant to Section 52616.17, in the two prior fiscal years, and which served or exceeded its units of authorized adult education average daily attendance for the school district in the two prior fiscal years, the school district shall receive a prorated amount of units available, as specified in paragraph (2), after the Superintendent performs the adjustment required by subparagraphs (A) and (C), relative to the adult education average daily attendance authorized limit of the school district.
(C) For a school district operating an adult education program that failed to serve its units of authorized adult education average daily attendance for the school district in the two prior fiscal years, the units of authorized adult education average daily attendance of the school district shall be reduced by an amount equal to one-half of the lowest level of unearned adult education average daily attendance in either of the two prior fiscal years. The Superintendent shall notify a school district that its units of authorized adult education average daily attendance for the school district are reduced pursuant to this paragraph.
(2) The Superintendent may not perform adjustments pursuant to paragraph (1) that result in a total statewide apportionment of units of authorized adult education average daily attendance that exceeds the amount funded in the annual Budget Act.
(3) (A) A school district that receives additional units of authorized adult education average daily attendance pursuant to paragraph (1) shall provide a number of career technical education courses that is equal to the percentage of average daily attendance of adults attending those courses in the prior three fiscal years without regard to units of authorized adult education average daily attendance added pursuant to paragraph (1).
(B) A school district shall use funds derived from an adjustment performed pursuant to paragraph (1) for the purpose of providing access to, or direct instruction in, career technical education courses.
(C) “Career technical education courses” means those included within the career and technical education curriculum framework developed pursuant to Section 51226.1.
(b) (1) The following school districts are not eligible for an increase in the additional units of authorized adult education average daily attendance, as specified in Section 52616.17, or for additional units of authorized adult education average daily attendance pursuant to subdivision (a), for the 2005–06 fiscal year:
(A) Alhambra Unified School District.
(B) Azusa Unified School District.
(C) Banning Unified School District.
(D) East Side Union High School District.
(E) El Monte Union High School District.
(F) Grant Joint Union High School District.
(G) Madera Unified School District.
(H) Montebello Unified School District.
(I) Perris Union High School District.
(J) Santa Maria Joint Union High School District.
(K) Ventura Unified School District.
(2) The following school districts are not eligible for an increase in the additional units of authorized adult education average daily attendance, as specified in Section 52616.17, or for additional units of authorized adult education average daily attendance pursuant to subdivision (a), for the 2005–06 and 2006–07 fiscal years:
(A) Amador County Unified School District.
(B) Dublin Unified School District.
(C) Manteca Unified School District.
(D) Martinez Unified School District.
(E) Novato Unified School District.
(F) Oakdale Joint Unified School District.
(G) Pittsburg Unified School District.
(H) Salinas Union High School District.
(I) Baldwin Park Unified School District.
(3) (A) Notwithstanding paragraph (1) or (2), for the 2005–06 and 2006–07 fiscal years, a school district specified by paragraph (1) or (2) is eligible for an increase in the units of authorized adult education average daily attendance equal to one-half of one percent of the units of authorized adult education average daily attendance of the school district for the sole purpose of the creation of new average daily attendance within a new or existing nursing preparation program.
(B) A school district that receives an increase pursuant to subparagraph (A) shall maintain at least the amount of nursing preparation average daily attendance that is equal to the average daily attendance generated by the school district in nursing preparation programs for the prior three fiscal years to be eligible for the increase specified in subparagraph (A).
(4) It is the intent of the Legislature that this subdivision resolves disputed claims for adult education average daily attendance made for the 1990–91 and 1991–92 fiscal years.

SEC. 98.

 Section 52653 of the Education Code is amended to read:

52653.
 School districts that receive funding pursuant to Section 52656 shall provide the following:
(a) Classes and courses offered pursuant to paragraph (4) of subdivision (a) subdivision (b)  of Section 41976.
(b) Services that were reimbursable under the provisions of SLIAG in the 1991–92 fiscal year, including including,  but not limited to, instruction in English as a second language, citizenship, basic skills, and ancillary services such as outreach and counseling.
(c) Services to develop the work and educational skills needed by the immigrant in the workplace, including, but not limited to, the communication, computational, problem solving, and interpersonal skills needed to succeed in the workplace.
(d) Services that enable immigrants to access educational services and economic development services available to all Californians.

SEC. 99.

 Section 52656 of the Education Code is amended to read:

52656.
 (a) Notwithstanding any other provision of  law, school districts that received apportionment for extraordinary needs in English as a second language and basic skills from Provision (4) of Schedule (a) of Item 6110-156-001 of the Budget Act of 1991 for the 1991–92 fiscal year shall continue to receive those funds in the school district’s adult block entitlement in the 1992–93 fiscal year, and each fiscal year thereafter.
(b) Commencing in the 1993–94 fiscal year, school districts that receive an apportionment from subdivision (a) shall give priority to eligible immigrants in need of courses pursuant to paragraphs (2), (3), and (4) of subdivision (a) of  subdivisions (a) and (b) of  Section 41976 and Section 52653 of the Education Code. 52653. 
(c) School districts are not restricted by this chapter from providing classes for immigrants pursuant to paragraph (4) of subdivision (a) subdivision (b)  of Section 41976 of the Education Code  with other funds for adult education that are available to the district.

SEC. 100.

 Section 56333 of the Education Code is amended to read:

56333.
 A pupil shall be assessed as having a language or speech disorder which makes him or her  that makes the pupil  eligible for special education and related services when he or she  the pupil  demonstrates difficulty understanding or using spoken  language to such an extent that it adversely affects his or her  the pupil’s  educational performance and cannot be corrected without special education and related services. In order to be eligible for special education and related services, difficulty in understanding or using spoken  language shall be assessed by a language, speech, and hearing specialist  speech-language pathologist  who determines that such difficulty results from any of the following disorders:
(a) Articulation disorders, such that  Speech sound disorder, characterized by deficits in  the pupil’s production of speech sounds that  significantly interferes with communication and attracts adverse attention.
(b) Abnormal voice, Voice disorder,  characterized by persistent, defective  deficits in  voice quality, pitch, or loudness. An appropriate  intensity, or resonance. A  medical examination shall be conducted, where appropriate.
(c) Fluency difficulties which result in an abnormal  disorder, characterized by persistent deficits in the  flow of verbal expression to such a degree that these difficulties adversely affect communication between the pupil and listener.
(d) Inappropriate  Language disorder, characterized by inappropriate  or inadequate acquisition, comprehension, or expression of spoken  language such that the pupil’s language performance level is found to be significantly below the language performance level of his or her  the pupil’s  peers.
(e) Hearing loss which  impairment or deafness that contributes to or  results in a language or speech disorder and significantly affects educational performance.

SEC. 101.

 Section 84906 of the Education Code is amended to read:

84906.
 (a) (1) Commencing with the 2019–20 fiscal year, as a condition of receipt of an apportionment of funds from this program for a fiscal year, the members of a consortium shall have a consortium-approved three-year adult education plan that addresses a three-year fiscal planning cycle. The plan shall be updated at least once each year based on available data pertaining to the requirements of subdivision (b).
(2) For the 2018–19 fiscal year, as a condition of receipt of an apportionment of funds from this program, the members of a consortium shall have a consortium-approved adult education plan that satisfies subdivision (c).
(3) (A) Before establishing a career technical education training program, each member of a local adult education consortium shall conduct a job market study of the labor market area in which it proposes to establish the career technical education training program. The study shall use local labor market information and consider a supply analysis of existing career technical education training programs for adults maintained by high schools, community colleges, and other postsecondary educational institutions in the geographic area to ensure that the anticipated employment demand for adults enrolled in the proposed training program justifies the establishment of the proposed courses of instruction.
(B) After completing the job market study and before establishing the career technical education training program, the local adult education consortium shall determine if the job market study justifies the proposed career technical education program.
(b) An adult education plan shall include all of the following:
(1) An evaluation of the educational needs of adults in the region.
(2) A list of the following:
(A) Entities that provide education and workforce services to adults in the region.
(B) Entities that are impacted by, or that have a fundamental interest in, the provision of those services.
(3) A description of the services provided by entities listed pursuant to paragraph (2).
(4) An evaluation of current levels and types of education and workforce services for adults in the region.
(5) An evaluation of the funds available to the members of the consortium and the entities listed pursuant to paragraph (2), including funds other than those apportioned pursuant to this article.
(6) Actions that the members of the consortium will take to address the educational needs identified pursuant to paragraph (1).
(7) Actions that the members of the consortium will take to improve the effectiveness of their services.
(8) Actions that the members of the consortium, the entities listed pursuant to paragraph (2), and other interested parties will take to improve integration of services and to improve transitions into postsecondary education and the workforce, including actions related to all of the following:
(A) Placement of adults seeking education and workforce services into adult education programs.
(B) Alignment of academic standards and curricula for programs across entities that provide education and workforce services to adults.
(C) Qualifications of instructors, including common standards across entities that provide education and workforce services to adults.
(D) Collection and availability of data.
(9) A description of the alignment of adult education services supported by this program with those described in other education and workforce plans guiding services in the region, including plans pertaining to the building of career pathways and the employment of workforce sector strategies and those required pursuant to the federal Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (Public Law 113-128).
(10) A description of the ways in which each of the entities identified in paragraph (2) contributed to the development of the plan.
(c) For the 2015–16, 2016–17, 2017–18, and 2018–19 fiscal years, a regional plan developed pursuant to Section 84830 shall satisfy the requirements of this section.

SEC. 102.

 Section 131052 of the Health and Safety Code is amended to read:

131052.
 In implementing the transfer of jurisdiction pursuant to this article, the State Department of Public Health succeeds to and is vested with all the statutory duties, powers, purposes, responsibilities, and jurisdiction of the former State Department of Health Services as they relate to public health as provided for or referred to in all of the following provisions of law:
(1) Sections 550, 555, 650, 680, 1241, 1658, 2221.1, 2248.5, 2249, 2259, 2259.5, 2541.3, 2585, 2728, 3527, 4017, 4027, 4037, 4191, 19059.5, 19120, 22950, 22973.2, and 22974.8 of the Business and Professions Code.
(2) Sections 56.17, 1812.508, and 1812.543 of the Civil Code.
(3) Sections 8286, 8803, 17613, 32064, 32065, 32066, 32241, 49030, 49405, 49414, 49423.5, 49452.6, 49460, 49464, 49565, 49565.8,  49531.1, 56836.165, and 76403 of the Education Code.
(4) Sections 405, 6021, 6026, 18963, 30852, 41302, and 78486 of the Food and Agricultural Code.
(5) Sections 307, 355, 422, 7572, 7574, 8706, 8817, and 8909 of the Family Code.
(6) Sections 1786, 4011, 5523, 5671, 5674, 5700, 5701, 5701.5, 7115, and 15700 of the Fish and Game Code.
(7) Sections 855, 51010, and 551017.1 of the Government Code. For purposes of subdivision (s) of Section 6254 of the Government Code, the term “State Department of Health Services” is hereby deemed to refer to the State Department of Public Health.
(8) (A) Sections 475, 1180.6, 1418.1, 1422.1, 1428.2, 1457, 1505, 1507.1, 1507.5, 1570.7, 1599.2, 1599.60, 1599.75, 1599.87, 2002, 2804, 11362.7, 11776, 11839.21, 11839.23, 11839.24, 11839.25, 11839.26, 11839.27, 11839.28, 11839.29, 11839.30, 11839.31, 11839.32, 11839.33, 11839.34, 17920.10, 17961, 18897.2, 24185, 24186, 24187, 24275, 26101, 26122, 26134, 26155, 26200, and 26203.
(B) Chapters 1, 2, 2.05, 2.3, 2.35, 2.4, 3.3, 3.9, 3.93, 3.95, 4, 4.1, 4.5, 5, 6, 6.5, 8, 8.3, 8.5, 8.6, 9, and 11 of Division 2.
(C) Articles 2 and 4 of Chapter 2, Chapter 3, and Chapter 4 of Part 1, Part 2 2,  and Part 3 of Division 101.
(D) Division 102, including Sections 102230 and 102231.
(E) Division 103, including Sections 104145, 104181, 104182, 104182.5, 104187, 104191, 104192, 104193, 104316, 104317, 104318, 104319, 104320, 104321, 104324.2, 104324.25, 104350, 105191, 105251, 105255, 105280, 105340, and 105430.
(F) Division 104, including Sections 106615, 106675, 106770, 108115, 108855, 109282, 109910, 109915, 112155, 112500, 112650, 113355, 114460, 114475, 114650, 114710, 114850, 114855, 114985, 115061, 115261, 115340, 115736, 115880, 115885, 115915, 116064, 116183, 116270, 116365.5, 116366, 116375, 116610, 116751, 116760.20, 116825, 117100, 117924, and 119300.
(G) Division 105, including Sections 120262, 120381, 120395, 120440, 120480, 120956, 120966, 121155, 121285, 121340, 121349.1, 121480, 122410, and 122420.
(H) Part 1, Part 2 excluding Articles 5, 5.5, 6, and 6.5 of Chapter 3, Part 3 and Part 5 excluding Articles 1 and 2 of Chapter 2, Part 7, and Part 8 of Division 106.
(9) Sections 799.03, 10123.35, 10123.5, 10123.55, 10123.10, 10123.184, and 11520 of the Insurance Code.
(10) Sections 50.8, 142.3, 144.5, 144.7, 147.2, 4600.6, 6307.1, 6359, 6712, 9009, and 9022 of the Labor Code.
(11) Sections 4018.1, 5008.1, 7501, 7502, 7510, 7511, 7515, 7518, 7530, 7550, 7553, 7575, 7576, 11010, 11174.34, and 13990 of the Penal Code.
(12) Section 4806 of the Probate Code.
(13) Sections 15027, 25912, 28004, 30950, 41781.1, 42830, 43210, 43308, 44103, and 71081 of the Public Resources Code.
(14) Section 10405 of the Public Contract Code.
(15) Sections 883, 1507, and 7718 of the Public Utilities Code.
(16) Sections 18833, 18838, 18845.2, 18846.2, 18847.2, 18863, 30461.6, 43010.1, and 43011.1 of the Revenue and Taxation Code.
(17) Section 11020 of the Unemployment Insurance Code.
(18) Sections 22511.55, 23158, 27366, and 33000 of the Vehicle Code.
(19) Sections 5326.9, 5328, 5328.15, 14132, 16902, and 16909, and Division 24 of the Welfare and Institutions Code. Payment for services provided under the Family Planning, Access, Care, and Treatment (Family PACT) Waiver Program pursuant to subdivision (aa) of Section 14132 and Division 24 shall be made through the State Department of Health Care Services. The State Department of Public Health and the State Department of Health Care Services may enter into an interagency agreement for the administration of those payments. This paragraph, to the extent that it applies to the Family PACT Waiver Program, shall become inoperative on June 30, 2012.
(20) Sections 13176, 13177.5, 13178, 13193, 13390, 13392, 13392.5, 13393.5, 13395.5, 13396.7, 13521, 13522, 13523, 13528, 13529, 13529.2, 13550, 13552.4, 13552.8, 13553, 13553.1, 13554, 13554.2, 13816, 13819, 13820, 13823, 13824, 13825, 13827, 13830, 13834, 13835, 13836, 13837, 13858, 13861, 13862, 13864, 13868, 13868.1, 13868.3, 13868.5, 13882, 13885, 13886, 13887, 13891, 13892, 13895.1, 13895.6, 13895.9, 13896, 13896.3, 13896.4, 13896.5, 13897, 13897.4, 13897.5, 13897.6, 13898, 14011, 14012, 14015, 14016, 14017, 14019, 14022, 14025, 14026, 14027, and 14029 of the Water Code.