Bill Summary for H 884 (2013-2014)

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Jul 30 2014
S.L. 2014-104

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View NCGA Bill Details2013-2014 Session
House Bill 884 (Public) Filed Thursday, April 11, 2013
AN ACT TO PROVIDE FOR A DROPOUT PREVENTION AND RECOVERY PILOT PROGRAM WITH A CHARTER SCHOOL AND TO REQUIRE THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION TO REPORT ON UTILIZATION OF PERSONNEL CONTRACTS.
Intro. by Jeter, R. Moore, Blackwell, Cotham.

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Senate amendment deletes provisions for an alternative funding model for the charter school participating in the Dropout Prevention and Recovery Pilot Program and requires the allotments to be adjusted on the basis of the average daily membership in the fifth month of the school year.

The deleted provision directed the State Board of Education to provide additional funding from the Average Daily Membership Contingency Reserve for the participating charter school if its average daily membership (ADM) in the fifth month exceeded its ADM in the first month by at least 20 percent and directed that the Pilot Program charter school receive a one-time payment in an amount calculated based on the difference between the ADM over the first five months of the school year and the first month ADM multiplied by the average per pupil allocation for ADM from the local school administrative allotments in which the Pilot Program charter school is located, multiplied by 56 percent.

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