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  • CALIFORNIA EDUCATION CODE
  • TABLE OF CONTENTS
  • TITLE 1. GENERAL EDUCATION CODE PROVISIONS
  • DIVISION 1. GENERAL EDUCATION CODE PROVISIONS
  • PART 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS
  • CHAPTER 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS
  • Article 1. Construction of Provisions .......................... 1-11
  • Article 2. Continuation of Rights and Duties ................... 20-23
  • Article 3. Language of Instruction ............................ 30-30.5
  • Article 5. General Provisions, Public Schools .................. 50-53
  • Article 6. Administration and Certification of Oaths ........... 60
  • Article 7. Definitions ......................................... 70-95
  • CHAPTER 2. EDUCATIONAL EQUITY
  • Article 1. Declaration of Purpose ............................. 200-201
  • Article 2. Definitions ........................................ 210-214
  • Article 3. Prohibition of Discrimination .................... 220-221.1
  • Article 4. Sex Equity in Education Act .................... 221.5-231.5
  • Article 5. Hate Violence Prevention Act ..................... 233-233.8
  • Article 5.5. Safe Place to Learn Act ........................ 234-234.5
  • Article 6. Alternative Schools, Charter Schools, and School
  • Choice .............................................. 235
  • Article 7. Instructional Materials ............................ 240-241
  • Article 8. Compliance ......................................... 250-253
  • Article 9. Enforcement ...................................... 260-262.4
  • Article 10. Athletes' Bill of Rights .......................... 270-271
  • Article 11. The Bill Bradley Human Relations Pilot Project .... 280-283
  • CHAPTER 3. ENGLISH LANGUAGE EDUCATION FOR IMMIGRANT CHILDREN
  • Article 1. Findings and Declarations ........................... 300
  • Article 2. English Language Education ......................... 305-306
  • Article 3. Parental Exceptions ................................ 310-311
  • Article 3.5. English Language Proficiency Assessment ........... 313
  • Article 4. Community-Based English Tutoring ................... 315-317
  • Article 5. Legal Standing and Parental Enforcement ............. 320
  • Article 6. Severability ........................................ 325
  • Article 7. Operative Date ...................................... 330
  • Article 8. Amendment ........................................... 335
  • Article 9. Interpretation ...................................... 340
  • CHAPTER 5. ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNER ACQUISITION AND
  • DEVELOPMENT PILOT PROGRAM ........................... 420-421
  • CHAPTER 6. ENGLISH LEARNER AND IMMIGRANT PUPIL FEDERAL
  • CONFORMITY ACT ...................................... 430-446
  • PART 2. COUNTY EDUCATIONAL AGENCIES
  • CHAPTER 1. COUNTY BOARDS OF EDUCATION
  • Article 1. Election, Jurisdiction, Organization and Procedure 1000-1017
  • Article 2. Duties and Responsibilities ...................... 1040-1047
  • Article 3. Transfer of Duties and Functions to County Board
  • of Education ..................................... 1080-1082
  • Article 4. Salaries and Expenses ............................ 1090-1097
  • CHAPTER 2. COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTS OF SCHOOLS
  • Article 1. Appointment, Qualifications, Salary and Expenses 1200-1209
  • Article 2. Duties, Responsibilities, and General Powers ..... 1240-1281
  • Article 3. Staff ............................................ 1290-1302
  • Article 4. Classified County School Employees ............... 1310-1319
  • Article 5. Unemployment Insurance .............................. 1330
  • Article 6. Tax-Sheltered Annuities ............................. 1340
  • Article 7. Retiree Benefit Funds ............................... 1350
  • CHAPTER 3. COUNTY BOARDS OF SUPERVISORS ......................... 1400
  • CHAPTER 4. EXPENSES
  • Article 1. Expenses Payable From County School Service Fund .... 1500
  • Article 2. Expenses Payable From County General Fund ........... 1510
  • CHAPTER 5. COUNTY SCHOOL SERVICE FUND
  • Article 1. County School Service Fund ....................... 1600-1606
  • Article 2. County Office of Education Budget Approval ....... 1620-1630
  • CHAPTER 6. COUNTY SCHOOL SERVICE FUND PROGRAMS AND SERVICES
  • Article 1. General Provisions ............................... 1700-1704
  • Article 3. Preparation of Courses of Studies ................ 1720-1723
  • Article 4. Supervision of Instruction ....................... 1730-1732
  • Article 5. Supervision of Attendance ........................ 1740-1742
  • Article 6. Supervision of Health ............................ 1750-1754
  • Article 7. Provision of Guidance Services ................... 1760-1762
  • Article 8. Provision of Library Services .................... 1770-1775
  • Article 9. Conservation and Training Program ................ 1780-1784
  • Article 10. Technical, Agricultural and Natural Resource
  • Conservation Schools ............................ 1790-1809
  • Article 11. Provision of Audiovisual Services ............... 1830-1836
  • Article 14.5. Education of Prisoners ...................... 1900-1909.5
  • Article 14.7. Youth and Adult Offender Education ............... 1915
  • Article 15. Emergency Schools ............................... 1920-1924
  • Article 17. Miscellaneous ................................... 1940-1946
  • CHAPTER 6.5. COUNTY COMMUNITY SCHOOLS ........................ 1980-1986
  • CHAPTER 7. COUNTY SCHOOL TUITION FUND
  • Article 1. Aid for Attendance in Adjoining States ........... 2000-2011
  • CHAPTER 10. APPORTIONMENT OF COUNTY FOREST RESERVE SCHOOL MONEY 2300
  • CHAPTER 11. COUNTY SCHOOL SUPPLY REVOLVING FUND .............. 2400-2403
  • CHAPTER 12. COUNTY TAX RATES, COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTS
  • Article 1. Maximum Tax Rates ................................... 2509
  • Article 3. Computation of Revenue Limits .................. 2550-2558.6
  • Article 3.5. Revenue Limit Equalization ..................... 2560-2568
  • Article 4. Allocation of Property Tax Revenues .............. 2570-2573
  • CHAPTER 13. SCHOOL DISTRICT BOUNDARIES ....................... 2600-2603
  • PART 3. COUNTY ADMINISTRATION OF DISTRICT ORGANIZATION
  • CHAPTER 1. OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
  • Article 1. County Committees on School District Organization 4000-4014
  • Article 2. Transfer of Duties of County Committee to County
  • Board of Education ............................... 4020-4024
  • PART 4. ELECTIONS
  • CHAPTER 1. ELECTION OF SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBERS
  • Article 1. Elections ........................................ 5000-5033
  • Article 3. Vacancies ........................................ 5090-5095
  • CHAPTER 2. BOARDS OF EDUCATION
  • Article 1. Districts Governed ............................... 5200-5208
  • Article 2. Elections ........................................ 5220-5231
  • CHAPTER 3. CONDUCT OF ELECTIONS
  • Article 1. General Provisions ............................... 5300-5304
  • Article 2. Order and Call of Elections ...................... 5320-5329
  • Article 3. Consolidation of Elections ....................... 5340-5345
  • Article 4. Election Notice .................................. 5360-5363
  • Article 5. Precinct Election Officers .......................... 5380
  • Article 6. Voters and Election Procedure ....................... 5390
  • Article 8. Cost of Elections ................................ 5420-5426
  • Article 9. Miscellaneous Provisions ......................... 5440-5442
  • PART 5. PUBLIC SCHOOL PERSONNEL
  • CHAPTER 1. PERSONNEL GENERAL PROVISIONS
  • Article 1. Health and Welfare Benefits ...................... 7000-7008
  • Article 2. Political Activities of School Officers and
  • Employees ........................................ 7050-7058
  • PART 6. EDUCATION PROGRAMS--STATE MASTER PLANS
  • CHAPTER 1. CAREER TECHNICAL EDUCATION
  • Article 1. Career Technical Education Staff and Reports ..... 8006-8008
  • Article 3. Local Advisory Committees ........................... 8070
  • Article 4. Expansion of Cosmetology Courses ................. 8080-8083
  • Article 5. Career Technical Education Contracts ............. 8090-8093
  • Article 6. Approval of Courses ................................. 8100
  • Article 8. Apprenticeship Education ......................... 8150-8156
  • CHAPTER 2. CHILD CARE AND DEVELOPMENT SERVICES ACT
  • Article 1. General Provisions ............................... 8200-8209
  • Article 2. Resource and Referral Programs ................... 8210-8216
  • Article 3. Alternative Payment Programs ..................... 8220-8227
  • Article 6. Migrant Child Care and Development Programs ...... 8230-8233
  • Article 7. California State Preschool Programs .............. 8235-8239
  • Article 8. General Child Care and Development Programs ...... 8240-8244
  • Article 8.5. Family Child Care Home Education Networks ...... 8245-8247
  • Article 9. Child Care and Development Services for Children
  • with Special Needs ............................... 8250-8252
  • Article 10. Administration ................................ 8255-8264.8
  • Article 11. Reimbursement Rates ............................. 8265-8272
  • Article 12. Allocations and Expenditures .................. 8275-8279.7
  • Article 13. Legislative Report
  • Article 13.5. Transfer of Information .......................... 8282
  • Article 14. Advisory Committee ................................ 8286
  • Article 15. Local Programs .................................. 8320-8331
  • Article 15.2. Child Care Subsidy Plan for the City and
  • County of San Francisco ..................... 8335-8335.7
  • Article 15.3. Individualized County Child Care Subsidy Plan 8340-8346
  • Article 15.5. Child Care for Recipients of the CalWORKs
  • Program ..................................... 8350-8359.1
  • Article 16. Child Development Program Personnel
  • Qualifications .................................. 8360-8370
  • Article 16.5. Fraud And Overpayments ........................... 8385
  • Article 17. Infant Care and Development Services ............ 8390-8397
  • Article 18. Administrative Review ........................... 8400-8409
  • Article 19. 21st Century High School After School Safety and
  • Enrichment for Teens Program .................... 8420-8428
  • Article 20. Direct Service Contract Procedure ............. 8440-8447.5
  • Article 21. Direct Service Contract Audit Requirements ...... 8448-8450
  • Article 22.5. After School Learning and Safe
  • Neighborhoods Partnerships Program ........ 8483.3-8484.5
  • Article 22.5. After School Learning and Safe
  • Neighborhoods Partnerships Program ........ 8483.3-8484.5
  • Article 22.5. After School Education and Safety Program ... 8482-8484.6
  • Article 22.6. 21st Century Community Learning Centers ... 8484.7-8484.9
  • Article 23. Child Supervision Programs ...................... 8485-8488
  • Article 24. Child Care and Development Facilities Capital
  • Outlay .......................................... 8493-8498
  • CHAPTER 2.3. LOCAL PLANNING COUNCILS
  • Article 1. Definitions ......................................... 8499
  • Article 2. Membership and Funding of Local Child Care
  • and Development Planning Councils ............ 8499.3-8499.7
  • CHAPTER 2.5. HEAD START ........................................ 8499.10
  • CHAPTER 3. ADULT EDUCATION
  • Article 1. Legislative Intent .................................. 8500
  • Article 2. Definitions ......................................... 8510
  • Article 3. Functions of Continuing Education Programs ....... 8530-8538
  • CHAPTER 3.6. CALIFORNIA SUMMER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY ACADEMY 8630-8633
  • CHAPTER 3.8. CALIFORNIA STATE SUMMER SCHOOL FOR MATHEMATICS
  • AND SCIENCE ................................... 8660-8669.1
  • CHAPTER 4. ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION
  • Article 1. Policy ........................................... 8700-8707
  • Article 2. Conservation Education Service ................... 8720-8723
  • Article 3. Conservation Education Library ................... 8730-8734
  • Article 4. Grants for Conservation Education ................ 8750-8754
  • Article 5. Outdoor Science, Conservation, and Forestry ...... 8760-8774
  • CHAPTER 5. HEALTHY START SUPPORT SERVICES FOR CHILDREN ACT
  • Article 1. General Provisions and Definitions ............... 8800-8802
  • Article 2. Healthy Start Support Services for Children
  • Program Council and Grant Program .............. 8803-8804.5
  • Article 3. Healthy Start Support Services for Children Grant
  • Program Evaluations and Reports ..................... 8805
  • Article 4. Local Agency Collaboration .......................... 8806
  • Article 5. Fiscal Provisions ................................... 8807
  • CHAPTER 5.1. ARTS WORK VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS EDUCATION
  • PROGRAM ......................................... 8820-8830
  • CHAPTER 5.5. FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS AND PARENTING EDUCATION ....... 8850.5
  • CHAPTER 6. PREGNANT MINORS PROGRAMS .......................... 8900-8902
  • CHAPTER 6.5. COORDINATION OF PROGRAMS SERVING PREGNANT AND
  • PARENTING TEENS ................................. 8910-8911
  • CHAPTER 7. CALIFORNIA STATE SUMMER SCHOOL FOR THE ARTS ....... 8950-8957
  • CHAPTER 8. EARLY PRIMARY PROGRAMS ............................ 8970-8974
  • CHAPTER 9. AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION ............................ 8980-8982
  • CHAPTER 10. SCHOOL NUTRITION
  • Article 1. Nutrition Education .............................. 8990-8997
  • Article 2. Garden Programs .................................. 9000-9004
  • PART 7. JOINT PROGRAMS, SERVICES, AND POWERS (COUNTIES,
  • SCHOOL DISTRICTS, AND HIGHER EDUCATION)
  • CHAPTER 1. EXCHANGE OF TEACHING PERSONNEL
  • Article 1. Schools--California State University ........... 10000-10003
  • Article 3. Teacher Aides ....................................... 10020
  • CHAPTER 2. CALWORKS RECIPIENTS: INSTRUCTIONAL AND JOB
  • TRAINING PLAN ........................................ 10200
  • CHAPTER 5. COOPERATIVE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS ................ 10400-10407
  • CHAPTER 6. DATA-PROCESSING CENTERS
  • Article 1. Regional Data-Processing Centers ............... 10500-10507
  • CHAPTER 6.5. TELECOMMUNICATIONS ............................ 10550-10555
  • CHAPTER 7. CALIFORNIA EDUCATION INFORMATION SYSTEM ......... 10600-10610
  • CHAPTER 7.5. JOINT DATA SYSTEMS ................................. 10700
  • CHAPTER 8. EDUCATION DATA AND INFORMATION ACT OF 2008 ...... 10800-10807
  • CHAPTER 10. COMMUNITY RECREATION PROGRAMS ................ 10900-10914.5
  • CHAPTER 11. CALIFORNIA ACADEMIC PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM ........ 11000-11007
  • CHAPTER 13. MICROCOMPUTERS ................................. 11200-11201
  • CHAPTER 14. MIDDLE COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOLS .................... 11300-11301
  • CHAPTER 16. PROGRAMS TO ENCOURAGE PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT ..... 11500-11506
  • CHAPTER 17. EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY GRANT PROGRAM ............. 11600-11609
  • CHAPTER 18. CENTER FOR INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION SYNERGY .......... 11700
  • CHAPTER 19. K-12 HIGH-SPEED INTERNET CONNECTIVITY FOR THE
  • PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM ................................ 11800
  • PART 8. PARTICIPATION IN FEDERAL PROGRAMS AND INTERSTATE
  • AGREEMENTS
  • CHAPTER 1. ADMINISTRATION OF FEDERAL PROGRAMS--STATE BOARD
  • OF EDUCATION
  • Article 1. Allocation of Federal Funds and Federal Tax
  • Credit Bond Volume Cap ......................... 12000-12002
  • Article 2. General Authority .............................. 12010-12011
  • Article 3. Emergency School Construction and Federal Impact Aid 12020
  • Article 4. Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965
  • and National Defense Education Act of 1958 ..... 12030-12036
  • Article 5. Vocational Education Acts ...................... 12050-12060
  • Article 6. Veterans' Education ............................ 12090-12095
  • Article 7. Surplus Federal Property ....................... 12110-12117
  • Article 8. Libraries ........................................... 12130
  • Article 9. Review of Federal Fund Expenditures ............ 12140-12143
  • CHAPTER 2. ADMINISTRATION OF FEDERAL PROGRAMS--BOARD OF
  • GOVERNORS
  • Article 1. Programs Prior to 1967 .............................. 12200
  • Article 2. Administration of Federal Funds by Chancellor
  • Article 3. General Authority ................................... 12220
  • CHAPTER 3. ADMINISTRATION OF FEDERAL PROGRAMS--OTHER
  • AGENCIES
  • Article 1. State Allocation Board ......................... 12300-12307
  • Article 2. State Treasurer ..................................... 12320
  • CHAPTER 4. PARTICIPATION IN FEDERAL PROGRAMS ............... 12400-12405
  • CHAPTER 5. INTERSTATE AGREEMENTS
  • Article 1. Interstate Agreement on Qualification of
  • Educational Personnel .......................... 12500-12501
  • Article 2. Compact for Education ........................ 12510-12515.5
  • PART 8.5. THE CALIFORNIA CIVIL LIBERTIES PUBLIC EDUCATION ACT
  • CHAPTER 1. GENERAL .............................................. 13000
  • CHAPTER 2. CALIFORNIA CIVIL LIBERTIES PUBLIC EDUCATION
  • GRANT PROGRAM ................................... 13015-13030
  • PART 8.7. CALIFORNIA NATIVE AMERICAN PUBLIC EDUCATION GRANT
  • PROGRAM ........................................... 13040-13042
  • PART 9. FINANCE
  • CHAPTER 1. STATE SCHOOL FUND
  • Article 1. Sources, Conditions of Apportionments, Amounts
  • of Support Per Average Daily Attendance ........ 14000-14035
  • Article 2. Maintenance, Amount and Manner of Drawing
  • Warrants ....................................... 14040-14044
  • Article 3. County School Service Funds--Computation of
  • Allowances and Budgetary Requirements .......... 14050-14058
  • CHAPTER 2. LOCAL TAXATION BY SCHOOL DISTRICTS AND COMMUNITY
  • COLLEGE DISTRICTS
  • Article 2. Taxes on School Districts Located in Two or
  • More Counties .................................. 14220-14226
  • Article 3. Disputed Revenues of School Districts ........ 14240-14401.1
  • CHAPTER 3. FINANCIAL AND COMPLIANCE AUDITS ................. 14500-14508
  • CHAPTER 4. RETENTION OF LOCAL OBLIGATIONS ....................... 14550
  • PART 9.3. THE CALIFORNIA STATE LOTTERY EDUCATION FUND ............ 14600
  • PART 9.5. CALIFORNIA STATE LOTTERY EDUCATION FUND ........... 14700-14701
  • PART 10. SCHOOL BONDS
  • CHAPTER 1. BONDS OF SCHOOL DISTRICTS AND COMMUNITY COLLEGE
  • DISTRICTS
  • Article 1. Purposes for Authorizing Bonds ................. 15100-15111
  • Article 2. General Provisions for Bond Elections .......... 15120-15126
  • Article 3. Issuance and Sale of Bonds ..................... 15140-15150
  • Article 4. Required Form of Bonds ......................... 15180-15182
  • Article 5. Registration of Bonds .......................... 15190-15194
  • Article 6. Cancellation of Unsold Bonds ................... 15200-15205
  • Article 7. Purchase of Bonds by Issuing School Districts
  • and Community College Districts ................ 15220-15221
  • Article 8. Method of Bond Payment ......................... 15230-15235
  • Article 9. Tax for Payment of Bonds ....................... 15250-15254
  • Article 10. Tax for Payment of Bonds of School District or
  • Community College District Located in Two
  • or More Counties .............................. 15260-15262
  • CHAPTER 1.5. STRICT ACCOUNTABILITY IN LOCAL SCHOOL
  • CONSTRUCTION BONDS ACT OF 2000
  • Article 1. General Provisions ............................. 15264-15276
  • Article 2. Citizens' Oversight Committee .................. 15278-15282
  • Article 3. Bond Accountability ............................ 15284-15288
  • CHAPTER 2. BONDS OF SCHOOL FACILITIES IMPROVEMENT DISTRICTS
  • Article 1. General Provisions ............................. 15300-15303
  • Article 2. Formation of District .......................... 15320-15327
  • Article 3. Financing the Bonds ................................ 15334.5
  • Article 4. General Provisions for Bond Elections .......... 15340-15345
  • Article 5. Issuance and Sale of Bonds ................... 15350-15359.3
  • Article 13. Maximum Tax for Payment of Bonds ................... 15425
  • CHAPTER 3. CALL AND REDEMPTION OF STATE SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION
  • BONDS ................................................ 15600
  • CHAPTER 4. STATE SCHOOL BUILDING AID LAW, 1949
  • Article 1. General Provisions ............................. 15700-15754
  • Article 2. School Housing Aid for Reorganized Districts ... 15780-15795
  • CHAPTER 5. STATE SCHOOL BUILDING FINANCE COMMITTEE ......... 15900-15909
  • CHAPTER 6. STATE SCHOOL BUILDING AID LAW OF 1952
  • Article 1. General Provisions ............................. 16000-16105
  • Article 2. School Housing Aid for Reorganized Districts ... 16150-16166
  • Article 3. School Housing Aid for Exceptional Children .... 16190-16207
  • Article 4. School Housing Aid for Compensatory Education
  • Purposes ....................................... 16210-16215
  • Article 5. School Housing Aid for Districts Impacted by
  • Seasonal Agricultural Employment ............... 16230-16236
  • Article 6. School Housing Aid for a Regional Occupational
  • Center ......................................... 16250-16253
  • Article 7. Children's Center Construction Law of 1968 ..... 16260-16272
  • Article 7.5. Regional Occupational Center of Kern ......... 16280-16284
  • Article 8. School Housing Aid for a Regional Occupational
  • Center in San Joaquin County ................... 16300-16301
  • Article 9. School Housing Aid for Rehabilitation and
  • Replacement of Structurally Inadequate
  • School Facilities .............................. 16310-16344
  • CHAPTER 7. SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION LAW OF 1957
  • Article 1. General Provisions ............................. 16500-16504
  • Article 2. Apportionments ................................. 16520-16528
  • Article 3. Apportionments, Computation .................... 16540-16543
  • Article 4. Apportionments, Payment ........................ 16550-16557
  • Article 5. Apportionments, Repayment ...................... 16570-16577
  • Article 6. Miscellaneous .................................. 16590-16592
  • CHAPTER 8. URBAN SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION AID LAW OF 1968
  • Article 1. General Provisions ............................. 16700-16734
  • CHAPTER 12. STATE SCHOOL BUILDING LEASE-PURCHASE LAW OF 1976
  • Article 1. General Provisions ........................... 17000-17009.5
  • Article 2. Projects ..................................... 17010-17039.2
  • Article 3. Allowances ..................................... 17040-17052
  • Article 4. Space-Saver Schools ............................ 17055-17058
  • Article 4.1. Alternative Use of Apportionments .......... 17059-17059.2
  • Article 5. Joint Venture School Facilities Construction
  • Projects ....................................... 17060-17066
  • CHAPTER 12.5. LEROY F.GREENE SCHOOL FACILITIES ACT OF 1998
  • Article 1. General Provisions ....................... 17070.10-17070.99
  • Article 2. Existing School Building Capacity ........ 17071.10-17071.46
  • Article 3. New Construction Eligibility Determination 17071.75-17071.76
  • Article 4. New Construction Grant Eligibility
  • Determination ............................ 17072.10-17072.18
  • Article 5. New Construction Funding Process ......... 17072.20-17072.35
  • Article 6. Modernization Eligibility Determination .. 17073.10-17073.25
  • Article 7. Modernization Apportionment .............. 17074.10-17074.30
  • Article 7.5. Automatic Fire Detection, Alarm, and
  • Sprinkler Systems ...................... 17074.50-17074.56
  • Article 8. Hardship Application ..................... 17075.10-17075.15
  • Article 8.5. Classroom Security Locks ........................ 17075.50
  • Article 9. Program Accountability ................... 17076.10-17076.11
  • Article 10. School Project Safety Components ................. 17077.10
  • Article 10.5. Energy Efficiency ..................... 17077.30-17077.35
  • Article 10.6. Joint-Use Facilities .................. 17077.40-17077.45
  • Article 11. Critically Overcrowded School Facilities 17078.10-17078.30
  • Article 12. Charter Schools ......................... 17078.52-17078.66
  • Article 13. Career Technical Education Facilities
  • Program ................................. 17078.70-17078.72
  • Article 14. Overcrowding Relief Grants ................. 17079-17079.30
  • CHAPTER 13. TRANSFER OF EXCESS FUNDS ............................ 17080
  • CHAPTER 14. EMERGENCY SCHOOL CLASSROOM LAW OF 1979
  • Article 1. General Provisions ............................. 17085-17096
  • CHAPTER 15. SCHOOL DISTRICT REVENUE BONDS
  • Article 1. General Provisions .................................. 17100
  • Article 2. Revenue Bonds .................................. 17110-17112
  • CHAPTER 16. PUBLIC DISCLOSURE OF NON-VOTER-APPROVED DEBT 17150-17150.1
  • CHAPTER 17. THE ARCHIE-HUDSON AND CUNNEEN SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY
  • REVENUE BOND ACT ............................... 17160-17165
  • CHAPTER 18. CALIFORNIA SCHOOL FINANCE AUTHORITY .......... 17170-17199.5
  • PART 10.5. SCHOOL FACILITIES
  • CHAPTER 1. SCHOOLSITES
  • Article 1. General Provisions ............................. 17210-17224
  • Article 2. Disposal of Sites .............................. 17230-17234
  • CHAPTER 2. NEW SCHOOLS RELIEF ACT OF 1979 .................. 17240-17245
  • CHAPTER 2.5. DESIGN-BUILD CONTRACTS .................. 17250.10-17250.50
  • CHAPTER 3. CONSTRUCTION OF SCHOOL BUILDINGS
  • Article 1. State Department of Education: Powers and Duties 17251-17255
  • Article 2. Plans .......................................... 17260-17268
  • Article 3. Approvals ...................................... 17280-17317
  • Article 3.3. Collaborative Process for Project Development
  • and Review ........................................ 17319
  • Article 3.5. Earthquake Construction of Private Schools ... 17320-17336
  • Article 4. Building Schoolhouses .......................... 17340-17343
  • Article 5. Factory-Built School Buildings ................. 17350-17360
  • Article 6. Fitness for Occupancy .......................... 17365-17374
  • CHAPTER 4. PROPERTY: SALE,LEASE, EXCHANGE
  • Article 1. Conveyances .................................... 17385-17386
  • Article 1.5. Advisory Committees .......................... 17387-17391
  • Article 2. Leasing Property ............................... 17400-17429
  • Article 2.5. Leasing Facilities ........................... 17430-17447
  • Article 3. Leasing of Equipment ......................... 17450-17453.1
  • Article 4. Sale or Lease of Real Property ................. 17455-17484
  • Article 5. Surplus School Playground, Playing Field, and
  • Recreational Property .......................... 17485-17500
  • Article 7. Leasing for Production of Gas .................. 17510-17512
  • Article 8. Joint Occupancy ................................ 17515-17526
  • Article 9. Joint Use ...................................... 17527-17535
  • Article 10. Exchange of Property .......................... 17536-17538
  • Article 13. Sale or Lease of Personal Property by One
  • District to Another ........................... 17540-17542
  • Article 14. Sale of Personal Property ..................... 17545-17555
  • Article 15. Dedication of Real Property ................... 17556-17561
  • CHAPTER 5. PROPERTY MAINTENANCE AND CONTROL
  • Article 1. Duties of Governing Board .................... 17565-17592.5
  • Article 1.5. School Assessments of Buildings and
  • Emergency Repairs Grant Program ........ 17592.70-17592.74
  • Article 2. Duties of District Clerks ........................... 17593
  • Article 3. Contracts ...................................... 17595-17606
  • Article 4. Healthy Schools Act of 2000 .................... 17608-17613
  • CHAPTER 6. DEVELOPMENT FEES,CHARGES, AND DEDICATIONS ....... 17620-17626
  • CHAPTER 7. ENERGY EFFICIENCY ............................... 17650-17653
  • PART 10.7. KATZ SAFE SCHOOLBUS CLEAN FUEL EFFICIENCY
  • DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM
  • CHAPTER 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS ............................ 17910-17910.2
  • CHAPTER 2. FISCAL PROVISIONS AND AUTHORIZED USE OF FUNDS 17911-17911.7
  • CHAPTER 3. DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM ......................... 17912-17912.3
  • PART 10.8. SCHOOLBUS EMISSIONS REDUCTION FUNDS .............. 17920-17926
  • PART 11. LIBRARIES
  • CHAPTER 1.5. PUBLIC LIBRARY FINANCE
  • Article 1. General Provisions ............................. 18010-18013
  • Article 2. Definitions ......................................... 18015
  • Article 3. Funding ........................................ 18020-18026
  • Article 4. Services ....................................... 18030-18032
  • CHAPTER 2. SCHOOL LIBRARIES
  • Article 1. Establishment and Maintenance .................. 18100-18104
  • Article 2. Books .......................................... 18110-18111
  • Article 3. Management ..................................... 18120-18122
  • Article 4. Affiliation With County and City Libraries ..... 18130-18139
  • Article 5. Use of Library Fund ............................ 18170-18172
  • Article 8. California Classroom Library Materials Act of
  • 1999 ........................................... 18202-18203
  • CHAPTER 3. UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICTS AND UNION HIGH SCHOOL
  • DISTRICTS PUBLIC LIBRARIES
  • Article 1. Definitions .................................... 18300-18301
  • Article 2. Unified School Districts ....................... 18310-18312
  • Article 3. Establishment .................................. 18320-18322
  • Article 4. Formation of District .......................... 18330-18343
  • Article 5. Dissolution of Districts ....................... 18370-18373
  • Article 6. Meetings of Boards of Trustees ................. 18380-18385
  • Article 7. Powers of Boards of Trustees ................... 18400-18411
  • Article 8. Library Commission ............................. 18440-18452
  • Article 9. Estimates of Funds Needed ........................... 18480
  • Article 10. Tax Levy ...................................... 18493-18494
  • Article 11. Claims ............................................. 18500
  • Article 12. Election for Issuance of Bonds ................ 18510-18518
  • Article 13. Issuance and Sale of Bonds .................... 18530-18536
  • Article 14. Cancellation of Bonds ......................... 18550-18553
  • Article 14.5. Sale of Unsold Bonds ........................ 18555-18558
  • Article 15. Tax for Interest and Redemption of Bonds ...... 18560-18562
  • Article 16. Payment of Interest and Bonds ................. 18570-18571
  • CHAPTER 4. CALIFORNIA LIBRARY SERVICES ACT
  • Article 1. General Provisions ............................. 18700-18703
  • Article 2. Definitions ......................................... 18710
  • Article 3. Administration ................................. 18720-18726
  • Article 4. Local Public Library Services .................. 18730-18732
  • Article 5. Library System Services ........................ 18740-18751
  • Article 6. Statewide Services ............................. 18760-18767
  • CHAPTER 4.5. LIBRARY OF CALIFORNIA ACT
  • Article 1. General Provisions ............................. 18800-18802
  • Article 2. Definitions ......................................... 18810
  • Article 3. Administration ................................. 18820-18822
  • Article 4. Eligible Libraries ............................. 18830-18831
  • Article 5. Regional Library Network Services .............. 18840-18849
  • Article 6. Statewide Services ............................. 18850-18859
  • Article 7. State Funding .................................. 18860-18866
  • Article 8. Transition .......................................... 18870
  • CHAPTER 4.6. CALIFORNIA LIBRARY LITERACY AND ENGLISH
  • ACQUISITION SERVICES PROGRAM .................. 18880-18884
  • CHAPTER 5. MUNICIPAL LIBRARIES
  • Article 1. Establishment .................................. 18900-18901
  • Article 2. Trustees ....................................... 18910-18927
  • Article 3. Support of Libraries ........................... 18951-18953
  • Article 4. Government ..................................... 18960-18965
  • CHAPTER 6. COUNTY FREE LIBRARIES
  • Article 1. Establishment .................................. 19100-19116
  • Article 2. County Librarian ............................... 19140-19150
  • Article 3. Government ..................................... 19160-19180
  • CHAPTER 7. STATE LIBRARY
  • Article 1. Division of Libraries in Department of Education 19300-19306
  • Article 2. Powers and Duties .............................. 19320-19328
  • Article 3. Books .......................................... 19330-19334
  • Article 4. Reading Initiative Program ..................... 19335-19336
  • CHAPTER 8. LIBRARY DISTRICTS
  • Article 1. Formation, Annexation, Dissolution ............. 19400-19407
  • Article 2. Trustees ....................................... 19420-19432
  • Article 3. Powers ......................................... 19460-19483
  • Article 4. Claims .............................................. 19500
  • Article 5. Biennial Election of Trustees .................. 19510-19515
  • Article 6. Bonds .......................................... 19520-19532
  • CHAPTER 9. LIBRARY DISTRICTS AND MUSEUMS IN UNINCORPORATED
  • TOWNS AND VILLAGES
  • Article 1. Formation ...................................... 19600-19614
  • Article 2. Powers ......................................... 19640-19664
  • Article 2.5. Museums ...................................... 19670-19685
  • Article 3. Claims .............................................. 19690
  • Article 4. Biennial Election of Trustees .................. 19700-19702
  • Article 5. Bonds .......................................... 19720-19734
  • CHAPTER 11. MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS
  • Article 1. Deposit of Newspapers in Libraries ............. 19900-19902
  • Article 2. Offenses Against Libraries ..................... 19910-19911
  • CHAPTER 11. CALIFORNIA LIBRARY CONSTRUCTION AND RENOVATION
  • BOND ACT OF 1988
  • Article 1. General Provisions ............................. 19950-19952
  • Article 2. California Library Construction and Renovation
  • Program ........................................ 19955-19967
  • Article 3. Fiscal Provisions .............................. 19970-19981
  • CHAPTER 12. CALIFORNIA READING AND LITERACY IMPROVEMENT AND
  • PUBLIC LIBRARY CONSTRUCTION AND RENOVATION
  • BOND ACT OF 2000
  • Article 1. General Provisions ............................. 19985-19986
  • Article 2. Program Provisions ............................. 19987-19999
  • Article 3. Fiscal Provisions .............................. 20000-20011
  • CHAPTER 13. CALIFORNIA CULTURAL AND HISTORICAL ENDOWMENT ACT
  • Article 1. General Provisions ........................... 20050-20052.5
  • Article 2. Creation and Powers of the Endowment ........... 20053-20060
  • Article 3. Grants and Loans ............................... 20070-20074
  • Article 4. Cultural and Historical Policy ................. 20080-20082
  • Article 5. Museum and Cultural Resources Program .......... 20090-20091
  • PART 12. FOUNDATIONS AND STATE COMMITTEES AND COMMISSIONS
  • CHAPTER 1. FOUNDATIONS, TRUSTS, AND INSTITUTIONS OF ARTS
  • AND SCIENCES
  • Article 1. Foundations and Trusts ......................... 21100-21119
  • Article 2. Institutions of Arts and Sciences .............. 21140-21154
  • Article 3. Legal Validation Proceedings ................... 21180-21203
  • PART 13. STATE TEACHERS' RETIREMENT SYSTEM
  • CHAPTER 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS .............................. 22000-22011
  • CHAPTER 2. DEFINITIONS ..................................... 22100-22177
  • CHAPTER 3. RETIREMENT BOARD ................................ 22200-22228
  • CHAPTER 4. FIDUCIARY DUTIES ................................ 22250-22261
  • CHAPTER 5. ADMINISTRATION .................................. 22300-22335
  • CHAPTER 6. INVESTMENTS ..................................... 22350-22364
  • CHAPTER 7. SYSTEM HEADQUARTERS ............................. 22375-22380
  • CHAPTER 8. ESTABLISHMENT AND CONTROL OF FUNDS .............. 22400-22404
  • CHAPTER 9. MEMBER AND EMPLOYER DUTIES ...................... 22450-22461
  • CHAPTER 10. MEMBERSHIP ..................................... 22500-22516
  • CHAPTER 11. EXCLUSIONS FROM MEMBERSHIP ..................... 22601-22604
  • CHAPTER 12. COMMUNITY PROPERTY ............................. 22650-22666
  • CHAPTER 13. SERVICE CREDIT ................................. 22700-22724
  • CHAPTER 14. PERMISSIVE AND ADDITIONAL SERVICE CREDIT ....... 22800-22811
  • CHAPTER 14.2. OUT-OF-STATE SERVICE CREDIT .................. 22820-22829
  • CHAPTER 14.5. MILITARY SERVICE ............................. 22850-22856
  • CHAPTER 15. EMPLOYEE CONTRIBUTIONS ......................... 22900-22909
  • CHAPTER 16. EMPLOYER AND STATE CONTRIBUTIONS ............... 22950-22956
  • CHAPTER 17. EMPLOYER COLLECTION AND REPORTING PROCEDURES ... 23000-23010
  • CHAPTER 18. REFUND OF CONTRIBUTIONS ........................ 23100-23107
  • CHAPTER 19. REDEPOSIT OF CONTRIBUTIONS ..................... 23200-23203
  • CHAPTER 20. BENEFICIARY DESIGNATION ........................ 23300-23304
  • CHAPTER 21. PRE-1972 BENEFITS .............................. 23400-23404
  • CHAPTER 21.5. ELECTION OF DISABILITY ANDDEATH BENEFIT
  • COVERAGE ..................................... 23700-23706
  • CHAPTER 22. ACTIVE DEATH BENEFITS: FAMILY ALLOWANCE ........ 23800-23812
  • CHAPTER 23. ACTIVE DEATH BENEFITS: SURVIVOR BENEFITS ....... 23850-23859
  • CHAPTER 24. RETIRED DEATH BENEFITS ......................... 23880-23882
  • CHAPTER 25. DISABILITY ALLOWANCE ........................... 24001-24018
  • CHAPTER 26. DISABILITY RETIREMENT .......................... 24100-24119
  • CHAPTER 27. SERVICE RETIREMENT ............................. 24201-24221
  • CHAPTER 27.5. REPLACEMENT BENEFITS PROGRAM ................. 24250-24275
  • CHAPTER 28. OPTIONS ........................................ 24300-24313
  • CHAPTER 29. BENEFIT MAINTENANCE ............................ 24400-24417
  • CHAPTER 30. SUBROGATION .................................... 24500-24505
  • CHAPTER 31. PROCEDURES CONCERNING PAYMENT .................. 24600-24620
  • CHAPTER 32. SAN FRANCISCO LOCAL SYSTEM ..................... 24700-24706
  • CHAPTER 33. LOS ANGELES UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PLAN ....... 24750-24751
  • CHAPTER 34. ADMINISTRATION OF THE DISTRICT RETIREMENT
  • SALARY PLAN .................................... 24800-24813
  • CHAPTER 35. JOINT DISTRICT SALARY RETIREMENT PLAN
  • Article 1. Establishment of Plan .......................... 24900-24908
  • Article 2. Administration of the Plan ..................... 24920-24944
  • CHAPTER 36. ANNUITY CONTRACT AND CUSTODIAL ACCOUNTS ........ 24950-24953
  • CHAPTER 37. DEFERRED COMPENSATION PLANS .................... 24975-24977
  • CHAPTER 38. DEFINED BENEFIT SUPPLEMENT PROGRAM
  • Article 1. General Provisions ........................... 25000-25000.9
  • Article 2. Program Accounts ............................. 25001-25008.5
  • Article 3. Retirement Benefits .......................... 25009-25011.5
  • Article 4. Annuities ...................................... 25012-25015
  • Article 5. Disability Benefits ............................ 25016-25019
  • Article 6. Final Benefits ................................. 25020-25023
  • Article 7. Termination Benefits ........................... 25024-25025
  • CHAPTER 39. SCHOOL EMPLOYER RETIREMENT INVESTMENT PRODUCT
  • VENDOR REGISTRATION PROCESS AND INFORMATION
  • BANK ........................................... 25100-25115
  • PART 13.5. HEALTH CARE BENEFITS PROGRAM
  • CHAPTER 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS ................................... 25900
  • CHAPTER 2. DEFINITIONS ..................................... 25901-25926
  • CHAPTER 3. ESTABLISHMENT AND CONTROL OF FUND ............... 25930-25933
  • CHAPTER 4. MEDICARE PREMIUM PAYMENT PROGRAM ................ 25940-25955
  • PART 14. STATE TEACHERS' RETIREMENT SYSTEM CASH BENEFIT
  • PROGRAM
  • CHAPTER 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS .............................. 26000-26004
  • CHAPTER 2. DEFINITIONS ..................................... 26100-26145
  • CHAPTER 3. PLAN ADMINISTRATION ............................. 26200-26216
  • CHAPTER 4. EMPLOYER AND PARTICIPANT RESPONSIBILITIES ....... 26300-26306
  • CHAPTER 5. ELIGIBILITY ..................................... 26400-26403
  • CHAPTER 6. CONTRIBUTIONS ................................... 26500-26507
  • CHAPTER 7. EMPLOYEE AND EMPLOYER ACCOUNTS .................. 26600-26607
  • CHAPTER 8. RIGHTS TO BENEFITS .............................. 26700-26704
  • CHAPTER 9. RETIREMENT BENEFIT .............................. 26800-26813
  • CHAPTER 10. DISABILITY BENEFIT ............................. 26900-26911
  • CHAPTER 11. DEATH BENEFIT .................................. 27000-27008
  • CHAPTER 12. BENEFICIARY .................................... 27100-27102
  • CHAPTER 13. TERMINATION BENEFIT ............................ 27200-27207
  • CHAPTER 14. DISTRIBUTION OF BENEFITS ..................... 27300-27303.5
  • CHAPTER 15. COMMUNITY PROPERTY ............................. 27400-27413
  • CHAPTER 16. MILITARY SERVICES .............................. 28000-28006
  • CHAPTER 17. DISCONTINUATION OF PLAN ........................ 28100-28101
  • PART 19. MISCELLANEOUS
  • CHAPTER 1. SCHOOL SAFETY--PUBLIC AND PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS
  • Article 1. Uniform Fire Signals ................................ 32001
  • Article 2. Gates to School Grounds ............................. 32020
  • Article 3. School Eye Safety .............................. 32030-32034
  • Article 4. First Aid Equipment ............................ 32040-32044
  • Article 5. Hazing Laws
  • Article 6. Toxic Art Supplies in Schools .................. 32060-32066
  • CHAPTER 2. SCHOOL SAFETY--PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS
  • Article 1. Fire Drills
  • Article 2. Willful Disturbance, Public Schools or Meetings 32210-32212
  • Article 3. Insurance for Athletic Teams ................... 32220-32224
  • Article 3.5. Communication Devices in Classrooms .......... 32225-32226
  • Article 3.6. Carl Washington School Safety and Violence
  • Prevention Act ............................. 32228-32228.5
  • Article 4. Lead-Safe Schools Protection Act ............... 32240-32245
  • Article 5. School Safety and Security ..................... 32250-32254
  • CHAPTER 2.3. PUPILS' RIGHTS TO REFRAIN FROM THE HARMFUL
  • OR DESTRUCTIVE USE OF ANIMALS ............... 32255-32255.6
  • CHAPTER 2.5. INTERAGENCY SCHOOL SAFETY DEMONSTRATION ACT OF
  • 1985
  • Article 1. General Provisions ............................. 32260-32262
  • Article 2. Conferences ......................................... 32265
  • Article 3. School Safety Cadre ................................. 32270
  • Article 4. Program Assessment .................................. 32275
  • Article 5. School Safety Plans ............................ 32280-32289
  • Article 5.3. Safety Devices .................................... 32290
  • Article 5.5. Teen Court Program ............................... 32295.5
  • CHAPTER 3. MISCELLANEOUS
  • Article 1. Printing and Binding ................................ 32300
  • Article 2. Printing Schools ............................... 32310-32312
  • Article 4. Use of County Funds for Agriculture ................. 32330
  • Article 5. Unlawful Issuance of a Credential .............. 32340-32341
  • Article 6. District Liability on Loaned Equipment .............. 32350
  • Article 7. Copyright Laws ................................. 32360-32361
  • Article 8. Recycling Paper ................................ 32370-32376
  • Article 9. Prohibited Activities .......................... 32380-32385
  • Article 10. Fingerprinting ..................................... 32390
  • Article 11. Educational Services and the Federal
  • Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 .... 32400-32401
  • Article 12. Excludable Restitution Payments .................... 32425
  • Article 13. Prohibited Uses of Public Funds .................... 32435
  • CHAPTER 4. ADULT DAY CARE FOOD PROGRAM ..................... 32450-32454
  • PART 19.5. EDUCATION IN STATE PRISONS ............................ 32500
  • TITLE 2. ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION
  • DIVISION 2. STATE ADMINISTRATION
  • PART 20. STATE EDUCATIONAL AGENCIES
  • CHAPTER 1. STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
  • Article 1. Composition .................................... 33000-33011
  • Article 2. Powers and Duties .............................. 33030-33042
  • Article 3. Waiver Authority ............................... 33050-33053
  • CHAPTER 1.5. PURPOSE ............................................ 33080
  • CHAPTER 2. SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
  • Article 1. Appointment and Salaries ....................... 33100-33102
  • Article 2. Powers and Duties .............................. 33110-33133
  • Article 3. Deputies and Associate Superintendents ......... 33140-33143
  • Article 5. Verification of Private School Instruction ..... 33190-33193
  • Article 6. Verification of Heritage School Operation .... 33195-33195.6
  • CHAPTER 3. STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
  • Article 1. General Provisions ........................... 33300-33319.5
  • Article 1.5. Effective Educational Programs and Practices 33320-33328
  • Article 2. Finances ....................................... 33330-33337
  • Article 3. Educational Programs ........................... 33350-33354
  • Article 4. Workshops ...................................... 33360-33363
  • Article 5. Bureau of Indian Education .......................... 33370
  • Article 6. California Indian Education Centers ............ 33380-33385
  • Article 7. California Maritime Academy
  • Article 8. Educational Evaluations ........................ 33400-33407
  • Article 9. Audits of Contracting Agencies ................. 33420-33421
  • Article 10. Health Science and Medical Technology Project 33430-33432
  • Article 12. Intergenerational Education Programs .......... 33470-33473
  • Article 13. The California Stem Cell and Biotechnology
  • Education and Workforce Development Act
  • of 2009 ..................................... 33475-33475.5
  • CHAPTER 4. STATE EDUCATIONAL COMMISSIONS AND COMMITTEES
  • Article 1. General Provisions ............................. 33500-33501
  • Article 2. Educational Innovation and Planning Commission 33502-33522
  • Article 3. Curriculum Development and Supplemental
  • Materials Commission ........................... 33530-33541
  • Article 4. Educational Management and Evaluation Commission 33550-33556
  • Article 6. Advisory Commission on Special Education ....... 33590-33596
  • DIVISION 3. LOCAL ADMINISTRATION
  • PART 21. LOCAL EDUCATIONAL AGENCIES
  • CHAPTER 1. SCHOOL DISTRICTS
  • Article 1. Naming ....................................... 35000-35001.1
  • Article 2. General Provisions ............................. 35010-35012
  • Article 3. Officers and Agents ............................ 35020-35046
  • CHAPTER 2. GOVERNING BOARDS
  • Article 1. Membership ..................................... 35100-35107
  • Article 1.5. Common Governing Boards ...................... 35110-35113
  • Article 2. Officers and Agents ............................ 35120-35124
  • Article 3. Meetings ....................................... 35140-35149
  • Article 4. Powers and Duties ............................ 35160-35178.4
  • Article 4.5. Interscholastic Athletics .................. 35179-35179.7
  • Article 4.7. Miscellaneous Administrative Authority ....... 35181-35186
  • Article 5. Instructions From Electors ..................... 35190-35192
  • Article 6. Liabilities .................................... 35200-35214
  • Article 7. Corrupt Practices .............................. 35230-35240
  • Article 8. Records and Reports ............................ 35250-35258
  • Article 9. Property ..................................... 35270.5-35275
  • Article 9.5. Schoolsite Replacement Housing ............. 35277-35278.5
  • Article 10. School Maintenance ............................ 35290-35293
  • [Article 10.3. School Safety Plans]
  • Article 10.4. School Safety Violence Protection Act 35294.10-35294.15
  • Article 10.5. Earthquake Emergency Procedures ............. 35295-35297
  • Article 12. Scholarship and Loan Funds .................... 35310-35319
  • Article 13. Excursions and Field Trips .................... 35330-35332
  • Article 13.5. School Camps ..................................... 35335
  • Article 15. Authority to Transport Pupils ................. 35350-35351
  • Article 16. Los Angeles Unified School District ........... 35400-35401
  • CHAPTER 3. REORGANIZATION OF SCHOOL DISTRICTS--GENERAL
  • PROVISIONS
  • Article 1. Legislative Intent and Purpose ................. 35500-35501
  • Article 2. Definitions .................................... 35510-35517
  • Article 3. Reorganization of Districts Under the
  • Jurisdiction of Different Counties ............. 35520-35524
  • Article 4. Completion and Effective Dates for Action ...... 35530-35537
  • Article 5. Territory of School Districts .................. 35540-35545
  • Article 6. Personnel in Reorganized Districts ............. 35555-35559
  • Article 7. Disposition of Records, Funds, Property, and
  • Obligations When Reorganized ................... 35560-35567
  • Article 8. Bonded Indebtedness of School Districts ........ 35570-35579
  • CHAPTER 4. REORGANIZATION OF SCHOOL DISTRICTS
  • Article 1. Reorganization of School Districts by the
  • Electorate ..................................... 35700-35712
  • Article 2. County Committee on School District
  • Organization Plans and Recommendations for
  • District Reorganization ........................ 35720-35724
  • Article 3. Contents of Plans and Recommendations .......... 35730-35738
  • Article 3.5. Fiscal Actions of Newly Organized or
  • Reorganized School Districts ...................... 35740
  • Article 4. Approval and Adoption of Plans and
  • Recommendations ................................ 35750-35768
  • Article 5. Lapsation ...................................... 35780-35787
  • PART 22. SCHOOL OPERATIONS
  • CHAPTER 1. MAINTENANCE OF SCHOOLS
  • Article 5. Junior High Schools ............................ 37060-37086
  • CHAPTER 2. SCHOOL CALENDAR
  • Article 1. Generally ...................................... 37200-37202
  • Article 3. Saturdays and Holidays ......................... 37220-37223
  • Article 4. Summer School ................................ 37252-37254.1
  • CHAPTER 2.5. YEAR-ROUND SCHOOL DEMONSTRATION PROJECT ....... 37300-37307
  • CHAPTER 3. YEAR-ROUND SCHOOL OPERATION
  • CHAPTER 5. CONTINUOUS SCHOOL PROGRAMS
  • Article 1. General Provisions .................................. 37600
  • Article 2. Establishment and Maintenance .................. 37610-37620
  • Article 3. Elements ....................................... 37630-37632
  • Article 4. Finances ....................................... 37640-37644
  • CHAPTER 5.5. YEAR-ROUND SCHEDULING
  • Article 1. Multitrack Year-Round Scheduling ............... 37670-37672
  • Article 2. Concept 6 Class Scheduling ..................... 37680-37695
  • CHAPTER 6. FOUR-DAY SCHOOL WEEK ............................ 37700-37711
  • PART 23. SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICES
  • CHAPTER 1. SECURITY DEPARTMENTS .......................... 38000-38047.6
  • CHAPTER 3. CAFETERIAS
  • Article 1. Establishment and Use .......................... 38080-38086
  • Article 2. Cafeterias, Funds and Accounts ................. 38090-38095
  • Article 3. Cafeterias, Allocation of Charges .............. 38100-38103
  • CHAPTER 4. MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS
  • Article 1. Apparatus and Supplies ......................... 38110-38120
  • Article 2. Use of School Property ......................... 38130-38139
  • [PART 23. SCHOOL FACILITIES] ..................................... 39672
  • PART 23.5. TRANSPORTATION
  • CHAPTER 1. TRANSPORTATION SERVICES
  • Article 1. General Provisions ........................... 39800-39809.5
  • Article 2. State Reimbursement ................................. 39820
  • Article 3. Schoolbuses .................................... 39830-39842
  • Article 4. Special Services .................................... 39860
  • CHAPTER 2. FARM LABOR DRIVER TRAINING COURSE .................... 40070
  • CHAPTER 3. SPECIALIZED VEHICLE DRIVER TRAINING COURSES ... 40080-40090.5
  • PART 24. SCHOOL FINANCE
  • CHAPTER 1. STATE FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL
  • Article 1. Moneys Received by School Districts .......... 41000-41003.3
  • Article 2. Accounting Regulations, Budget Controls and
  • Audits ......................................... 41010-41023
  • Article 3. Foundation Fund ................................ 41030-41038
  • Article 4. Miscellaneous Provisions ....................... 41050-41060
  • CHAPTER 2. DETERMINATION OF MINIMUM LEVEL OF EDUCATION
  • FUNDING ......................................... 41200-41207
  • CHAPTER 2. DETERMINATION OF MINIMUM LEVEL OF EDUCATION
  • FUNDING ......................................... 41200-41211
  • CHAPTER 3. STATE SCHOOL FUND
  • Article 1. Appropriations, Sources, Conditions, Amounts of
  • Support per Average Daily Attendance ........... 41300-41311
  • Article 2. Emergency Apportionments ....................... 41320-41322
  • Article 2.5. Conditions on Emergency Apportionments ....... 41325-41328
  • Article 2.7. Emergency Apportionment Financing ...... 41329.50-41329.59
  • Article 3. Disbursements by Superintendent of Public
  • Instruction .................................. 41330-41344.6
  • Article 3.5. Child Nutrition Allowances ................... 41350-41353
  • Article 4. Loans and Advances ............................. 41360-41367
  • Article 5. Conditions for Use of Apportionments ........... 41370-41382
  • Article 6. Teaching and Nonteaching Certificated
  • Employee Ratios .............................. 41400-41409.3
  • Article 7. Conditions Disqualifying School Districts from
  • Apportionments ................................. 41420-41455
  • CHAPTER 3.1. EMERGENCY APPORTIONMENT REPAYMENT FOR WEST
  • CONTRA COSTA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
  • Article 1. Repayment of Loan Obligations .................. 41470-41474
  • CHAPTER 3.2. CATEGORICAL EDUCATION BLOCK GRANT FUNDING
  • Article 1. General Provisions ............................. 41500-41503
  • Article 2. Pupil Retention Block Grant .................... 41505-41508
  • Article 3. School Safety Consolidated Competitive Grant ... 41510-41514
  • Article 4. Teacher Credentialing Block Grant .............. 41520-41522
  • Article 5. Professional Development Block Grant ........... 41530-41533
  • Article 6. Targeted Instructional Improvement Block Grant 41540-41544
  • Article 7. School and Library Improvement Block Grant ..... 41570-41573
  • CHAPTER 4. STATE SCHOOL FUND--COMPUTATION OF ALLOWANCE
  • Article 1. General Provisions ............................. 41600-41610
  • CHAPTER 5. FOUNDATION PROGRAM
  • Article 4. Computation of District Aid and Areawide Aid ....... 41760.2
  • Article 5. Basic State Aid for Elementary School Districts ..... 41790
  • Article 6. Basic State Aid for High School Districts ........... 41800
  • Article 8. Adjustment of Allowances ............................ 41830
  • Article 8.5. Continuous School Program ......................... 41835
  • Article 9. Computation of Allowances for Schools and
  • Classes for Prisoners ........................ 41840-41841.8
  • Article 10. Allowances for Transportation ................. 41850-41856
  • Article 10.5. Supplemental Allowances for Transportation .. 41860-41863
  • Article 11. Allowances for Handicapped Pupils ........... 41880-41886.5
  • Article 12. Allowances for Excess Cost of Driver Training 41900-41919
  • Article 13. Instructional Television ........................... 41920
  • Article 14. Allowances for Project Connected Pupils ....... 41930-41936
  • Article 15. Allowances to County School Tuition Funds .......... 41950
  • Article 16. Allowances for Severance Aid .................. 41960-41964
  • Article 17. Recomputation of Allowances ................... 41970-41972
  • CHAPTER 5.3. CONDITIONS ON APPORTIONMENTS AND ALLOWANCES 41975-41976.5
  • CHAPTER 5.4. DESIGNATION OF JOINT POWERS ENTITIES AS SINGLE
  • SCHOOL DISTRICTS .............................. 41980-41983
  • CHAPTER 6. FINANCIAL STATEMENTS OF SCHOOL DISTRICTS
  • Article 1. Statements ..................................... 42100-42120
  • Article 2. Budget Requirements ............................ 42122-42129
  • Article 3. Financial Reports and Certifications ........... 42130-42134
  • Article 4. Public Disclosure of Fiscal Obligations ........ 42140-42142
  • CHAPTER 7. LOCAL TAXATION BY SCHOOL DISTRICTS
  • Article 2. Apportionments and Revenue Control ............. 42238-42251
  • Article 3. Year-Round School Grant Program ................ 42260-42271
  • Article 4. Funding for Small School Districts ........... 42280-42289.6
  • Article 4.5. Small School District Transportation ......... 42290-42293
  • Article 4.7. School Transportation ........................ 42300-42303
  • CHAPTER 8. SUPPLEMENTAL SCHOOL REVENUES .................... 42400-42403
  • CHAPTER 9. SCHOOL DISTRICT FUNDS--EXPENDITURES AND
  • APPROPRIATIONS
  • Article 1. Control of Expenditures ........................ 42600-42606
  • Article 2. Appropriation of Income Budget Excess ............... 42610
  • Article 3. Temporary Transfer--County to Districts, to
  • Finance Excess Expenditure ..................... 42620-42623
  • Article 4. General Provisions--Orders, Requisitions and
  • Warrants ....................................... 42630-42652
  • Article 5. Void Warrants .................................. 42661-42662
  • Article 6. Orders and Warrants When Moneys Are Not
  • Available ...................................... 42670-42678
  • Article 7. Optional Method--Registering Warrants .......... 42690-42694
  • CHAPTER 10. REVOLVING FUNDS, SCHOOL DISTRICTS
  • Article 1. Revolving Cash Fund ............................ 42800-42806
  • Article 2. Alternative Revolving Cash Fund ..................... 42810
  • Article 3. Prepayment Funds ............................... 42820-42821
  • Article 4. Revolving Warehouse Stock Funds ................ 42830-42833
  • Article 5. Special Reserve Fund ........................... 42840-42843
  • Article 6. Retiree Benefit Funds ............................... 42850
  • CHAPTER 11.3. EDUCATIONAL SERVICES ......................... 42920-42925
  • CHAPTER 11.5. FINANCIAL SUPPORT FOR EDUCATING FOREIGN
  • CHILDREN ................................... 42950-42950.4
  • CHAPTER 12. TAXATION FOR ADULT EDUCATION ............... 43001.5-43001.8
  • CHAPTER 15. VOTER-APPROVED SPECIAL TAXES FOR NEW SCHOOL
  • FACILITIES ..................................... 43040-43052
  • CHAPTER 16. COURT ACTIONS ON SPECIAL ELECTION
  • PART 25. EMPLOYEES
  • CHAPTER 1. EMPLOYEES
  • Article 1. General Provisions ............................. 44000-44020
  • Article 2. Rights and Duties .............................. 44030-44049
  • Article 3. Interchange Between Certificated and Classified
  • Positions ...................................... 44060-44069
  • Article 4. Affirmative Action Employment .................. 44100-44105
  • Article 5. Reporting by School Employees of Improper
  • Governmental Activities ........................ 44110-44114
  • CHAPTER 2. TEACHER CREDENTIALING
  • Article 1. General Provisions ............................. 44200-44203
  • Article 2. Commission on Teacher Credentialing ............ 44210-44239
  • Article 3. Committee of Credentials ....................... 44240-44248
  • Article 4. Credential Types ............................... 44250-44277
  • Article 4.5. Marian Bergeson Beginning Teacher Support
  • and Assessment System .................... 44279.1-44279.7
  • Article 5. Subject Matter Examinations and Assessments .... 44280-44298
  • Article 5.5. Emergency Permits ............................ 44300-44302
  • Article 6. Subject Matter Preparation ..................... 44310-44314
  • Article 7. Professional Preparation ....................... 44320-44324
  • Article 7.5. District Interns ............................. 44325-44328
  • Article 8. Certificates and Credentials ................... 44330-44355
  • Article 9. Penalties for the Submission of Fraudulent
  • Documents ...................................... 44360-44362
  • Article 10. Accreditation in Educator Preparation ......... 44370-44374
  • Article 11. Alternative Certification ..................... 44380-44387
  • Article 12. California School Paraprofessional Teacher
  • Training Program .............................. 44390-44393
  • Article 13. National Board for Professional Teaching
  • Standards Certification Incentive Program ... 44395-44399.1
  • Article 14. Preparation Courses for Subject Matter Knowledge ... 44401
  • CHAPTER 3. CERTIFICATED EMPLOYEES
  • Article 1. Revocation and Suspension of Certification
  • Documents ...................................... 44420-44440
  • Article 3. Teacher Education Internship Act of 1967 ....... 44450-44468
  • Article 3.1. Standards for Professional Development ....... 44470-44472
  • Article 4.5. California Peer Assistance and Review Program
  • for Teachers ................................. 44500-44508
  • Article 4.6. Administrator Training Program .............. 44510-44517
  • Article 5. New Careers Program ............................ 44520-44534
  • Article 6. Certificated Staff Mentoring Program ........... 44560-44562
  • Article 7. In-Service Training--Personnel, Secondary
  • Education ...................................... 44570-44578
  • Article 8. In-Service Training--Personnel ................. 44580-44591
  • Article 9. Exchange and Recruitment ....................... 44610-44617
  • Article 10. Professional Development and Program
  • Improvement Act of 1968 ....................... 44630-44643
  • Article 10.5. In-Service Training: Anabolic Steroids ........... 44645
  • Article 10.6. Certificated Staff Performance Awards for
  • Improved Student Achievement In
  • Underachieving Schools ...................... 44650-44654
  • Article 11. Evaluation and Assessment of Performance of
  • Certificated Employees ........................ 44660-44665
  • Article 12. School-Based Management and Advanced Career
  • Opportunities for Classroom Teachers
  • Programs ...................................... 44666-44669
  • CHAPTER 3.1. SCHOOL PERSONNEL STAFF DEVELOPMENT AND
  • RESOURCE CENTERS
  • Article 3. Administrator Training and Evaluation .......... 44681-44689
  • Article 4. Evaluation of Certificated Employees ....... 44689.1-44689.2
  • CHAPTER 3.15. PILOT PROJECT FOR ADMINISTRATIVE PERSONNEL
  • CHAPTER 3.2. STAFF DEVELOPMENT IN THE DETECTION OF CHILD
  • ABUSE AND NEGLECT ............................. 44690-44691
  • CHAPTER 3.25. MATHEMATICS STAFF DEVELOPMENT
  • Article 1. Coursework in Mathematics for Teachers of
  • Mathematics for Pupils in Grades 4 to 12,
  • Inclusive ...................................... 44695-44697
  • CHAPTER 3.3. CLASSROOM TEACHER INSTRUCTIONAL IMPROVEMENT
  • PROGRAM ....................................... 44700-44705
  • CHAPTER 3.33. TRAINING FOR TEACHERS OF MATHEMATICS WHO
  • TEACH PUPILS IN GRADES 4 TO 12, INCLUSIVE .... 44720-44725
  • CHAPTER 3.34. EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY STAFF DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 44730-44731
  • CHAPTER 3.36. TEACHING AS A PRIORITY BLOCK GRANT ................ 44735
  • CHAPTER 3.4. TEACHER RECRUITMENT RESOURCE CENTER ................ 44750
  • CHAPTER 3.45. TEACHER READING INSTRUCTION DEVELOPMENT
  • PROGRAM: KINDERGARTEN AND GRADES 1 TO
  • 3,INCLUSIVE ................................ 44755-44757.5
  • CHAPTER 3.5. TEACHER INCENTIVE PROGRAM OF 1990 ............. 44760-44763
  • CHAPTER 3.6. REGIONAL SCIENCE RESOURCE CENTERS ............. 44770-44774
  • CHAPTER 3.65. SOCIAL TOLERANCE RESOURCE CENTERS ........ 44776.1-44776.7
  • CHAPTER 3.66. LATINO HERITAGE RESOURCE CENTERS ......... 44777.1-44777.7
  • CHAPTER 3.7. CALIFORNIA INTERNATIONAL STUDIES PROJECT ...... 44780-44787
  • CHAPTER 3.8. PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT ASSISTANCE TEAMS ......... 44740-44741
  • CHAPTER 4. EMPLOYMENT--CERTIFICATED EMPLOYEES
  • Article 1. Rights and Duties .............................. 44800-44824
  • Article 2. Employment ..................................... 44830-44929
  • Article 2.7. Permanent Status ....................... 44929.20-44929.29
  • Article 3. Resignations, Dismissals, and Leaves of Absence 44930-44988
  • Article 4. Increased Cost of Dismissal Procedure ............... 45020
  • Article 5. Salaries ..................................... 45022-45061.5
  • CHAPTER 5. CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEES
  • Article 1. Employment ..................................... 45100-45139
  • Article 1.5. Management and Confidential Employees ............. 45140
  • Article 2. Salaries ....................................... 45160-45169
  • Article 3. Differential Compensation ...................... 45180-45186
  • Article 4. Resignation and Leaves of Absence .............. 45190-45210
  • Article 5. Merit System Inclusion ......................... 45220-45226
  • Article 6. Merit System ................................... 45240-45320
  • Article 6.5. Paraprofessionals ................................. 45330
  • Article 7. Instructional Aides ............................ 45340-45349
  • Article 7.5. Teacher Assistants ........................... 45350-45356
  • Article 8. Teacher Aides .................................. 45360-45367
  • Article 8.5. Readers for Legally Blind Teachers ........... 45370-45372
  • Article 9. Retraining and Study ........................... 45380-45387
  • Article 10. Bilingual Office Employees .................... 45400-45403
  • Article 11. Assumption by County Superintendent of Schools
  • of the Operation of a School District's
  • Data Processing Center ........................ 45420-45423
  • Article 12. Particular Employees .......................... 45450-45451
  • Article 13. Classified School Employee Week .................... 45460
  • DIVISION 4. INSTRUCTION AND SERVICES
  • PART 26. ATTENDANCE FOR COMPUTING APPORTIONMENTS
  • CHAPTER 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS
  • Article 1. Records ............................................. 46000
  • Article 2. Absences ....................................... 46010-46014
  • CHAPTER 2. ATTENDANCE--MAXIMUM CREDIT--MINIMUM DAY
  • Article 1. Generally ........................................... 46100
  • Article 2. Kindergarten and Elementary Schools ............ 46110-46119
  • Article 3. Junior High School and High School ............. 46140-46147
  • Article 3.5. State High School Attendance Awards ............... 46150
  • Article 4. Alternative Schedule--Junior High and High
  • School ......................................... 46160-46162
  • Article 5. Minimum Day--Continuation Schools ................... 46170
  • Article 6. Opportunity Schools ................................. 46180
  • Article 7. Adult School ................................... 46190-46192
  • Article 8. Incentives for Longer Instructional Day and Year 46200-46206
  • CHAPTER 3. AVERAGE DAILY ATTENDANCE
  • Article 1. General Provisions ........................... 46300-46307.1
  • Article 3. High Schools
  • Article 4. Opportunity Schools
  • Article 5. Adult Classes .................................. 46351-46352
  • Article 6. County School Service Fund .......................... 46360
  • Article 7. County School Tuition Fund .......................... 46380
  • Article 8. Emergency Average Daily Attendance ............. 46390-46392
  • CHAPTER 5. INTERDISTRICT ATTENDANCE COMPUTATION ............ 46600-46611
  • PART 26.8. CHARTER SCHOOLS
  • CHAPTER 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS ............................ 47600-47604.5
  • CHAPTER 2. ESTABLISHMENT OF CHARTER SCHOOLS ................ 47605-47608
  • CHAPTER 3. CHARTER SCHOOL OPERATION ........................ 47610-47615
  • CHAPTER 4. NOTICE ...................................... 47616.5-47616.7
  • CHAPTER 5. UNIVERSITY CHARTER SCHOOLS
  • Article 1. University of California at Los Angeles
  • Elementary Charter School ...................... 47620-47625
  • Article 2. Employer ............................................ 47626
  • CHAPTER 6. FUNDING
  • Article 1. General Provisions ........................... 47630-47632.5
  • Article 2. Charter School Block Grant ..................... 47633-47635
  • Article 3. Other Operational Funding Available to Charter
  • Schools ........................................ 47636-47638
  • Article 4. Special Education Funding ...................... 47640-47647
  • Article 5. Apportionment of Funds ......................... 47650-47652
  • Article 6. Computations Affecting Sponsoring Local
  • Educational Agencies ........................... 47660-47664
  • PART 27. PUPILS
  • CHAPTER 1. ADMISSION
  • Article 1. Kindergartens .................................. 48000-48002
  • Article 1.5. Kindergarten Readiness Pilot Program ... 48005.10-48005.55
  • Article 2. Elementary Schools ............................. 48010-48011
  • Article 4. High Schools ........................................ 48031
  • Article 6. Nonresidents ................................... 48050-48054
  • Article 7. Promotion and Retention ...................... 48070-48070.6
  • CHAPTER 2. COMPULSORY EDUCATION LAW
  • Article 1. Persons Included ............................... 48200-48208
  • Article 2. Persons Excluded ............................... 48210-48216
  • Article 3. Pupils Exempt .................................. 48220-48232
  • Article 4. Supervisors of Attendance ...................... 48240-48246
  • Article 5. Truants ........................................ 48260-48273
  • Article 6. Violations ..................................... 48290-48296
  • Article 7. Pupil Attendance Alternatives .................. 48300-48316
  • Article 8. School Attendance Review Boards ................ 48320-48325
  • Article 9. Improvement of Pupil Attendance ................ 48340-48341
  • Article 10. Open Enrollment Act ........................... 48350-48361
  • CHAPTER 3. COMPULSORY CONTINUATION EDUCATION
  • Article 1. Pupils Subject To .............................. 48400-48403
  • Article 2. Pupils Exempt .................................. 48410-48416
  • Article 3. Continuation Classes ........................... 48430-48438
  • Article 4. Violations ..................................... 48450-48454
  • CHAPTER 4. ATTENDANCE AT ADJUSTMENT SCHOOLS
  • Article 1. Twenty-four Hour Elementary Schools ............ 48600-48618
  • Article 2. Opportunity Schools ............................ 48640-48641
  • Article 2.5. Juvenile Court Schools ....................... 48645-48646
  • Article 3. Community Day Schools .......................... 48660-48667
  • CHAPTER 5. ATTENDANCE AT COMMUNITY COLLEGE
  • Article 1. Advanced Education ............................. 48800-48802
  • Article 1.5. College Promise Partnership Act .............. 48810-48814
  • Article 2. Vocational Education Classes
  • CHAPTER 5.5. EDUCATIONAL PLACEMENT OF PUPILS RESIDING IN
  • LICENSED CHILDREN'S INSTITUTIONS .............. 48850-48859
  • CHAPTER 6. PUPIL RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Article 1. Suspension or Expulsion ........................ 48900-48927
  • Article 2. Student Organizations .......................... 48930-48938
  • Article 3. Speech and Other Communication ...................... 48950
  • Article 4. Notification of Parent or Guardian ............. 48980-48985
  • Article 4.5. Guidelines for Filing Complaint of Child Abuse .... 48987
  • Article 5. Prohibition of Corporal Punishment ............. 49000-49001
  • Article 6. Athletic Programs .............................. 49020-49024
  • Article 6.5. Performance-Enhancing Substances ............. 49030-49034
  • Article 7. Registering to Vote ................................. 49040
  • Article 8. Searches by School Employees ................... 49050-49051
  • CHAPTER 6.5. PUPIL RECORDS
  • Article 1. Legislative Intent .................................. 49060
  • Article 2. Definitions ......................................... 49061
  • Article 3. General Provisions ........................... 49062-49069.5
  • Article 4. Rights of Parents .............................. 49069-49072
  • Article 5. Privacy of Pupil Records ..................... 49073-49079.7
  • Article 6. California School Information Services ......... 49080-49085
  • CHAPTER 6.6. THE EDUCATION EMPOWERMENT ACT OF 1998
  • Article 1. Parental Review .......................... 49091.10-49091.19
  • Article 2. Teacher Rights .................................... 49091.24
  • CHAPTER 7. EMPLOYMENT OF MINORS
  • Article 1. Employment and Attendance ...................... 49100-49101
  • Article 2. Permits to Work ................................ 49110-49119
  • Article 3. Permits to Work Full Time ...................... 49130-49135
  • Article 4. Exceptions ..................................... 49140-49141
  • Article 5. Compliance .......................................... 49151
  • Article 6. Duties of Employer ............................. 49160-49165
  • Article 7. Violations ..................................... 49180-49183
  • CHAPTER 8. PUPIL SAFETY
  • Article 1. School Safety Patrols .......................... 49300-49307
  • Article 2. Basic Work Station .................................. 49320
  • Article 3. Injurious Objects .............................. 49330-49335
  • Article 4. Hazardous Materials Education .................. 49340-49341
  • Article 5. Community Policing and Mentoring for School
  • Safety Pilot Program ........................... 49350-49355
  • Article 6. Reporting of Missing Children ....................... 49370
  • CHAPTER 9. PUPIL AND PERSONNEL HEALTH
  • Article 1. General Powers--School Boards .................. 49400-49415
  • Article 2. Employment of Medical Personnel ................ 49422-49427
  • Article 2.5. The Pupil Nutrition, Health, and Achievement
  • Act of 2001 .................................. 49430-49436
  • Article 4. Physical Examinations .......................... 49450-49458
  • Article 4.5. Pupil Health Assessment ...................... 49460-49466
  • Article 5. District Medical Services and Insurance ........ 49470-49475
  • Article 6. Notice to School of Nonepisodic Condition ........... 49480
  • Article 7. School Breakfast and Lunch Program ............. 49490-49494
  • Article 8. Meals .......................................... 49500-49505
  • Article 9. Nutrition ...................................... 49510-49520
  • Article 10. Child Nutrition Act of 1974 ................... 49530-49536
  • Article 10.5. Child Care Food Program ..................... 49540-49546
  • Article 10.7. Comprehensive Nutrition Services .......... 49547-49548.3
  • Article 11. Meals for Needy Pupils in Kindergarten and
  • Grades 1 to 12 ................................ 49550-49562
  • Article 11.5. The California Fresh Start Pilot Program .. 49565-49565.8
  • Article 12. National School Lunch Act .......................... 49570
  • Article 14. School Nutrition Report ............................ 49590
  • CHAPTER 10. EDUCATIONAL COUNSELING ......................... 49600-49604
  • CHAPTER 11. INTERSTATE COMPACT ON EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY
  • FOR MILITARY CHILDREN .......................... 49700-49704
  • PART 28. GENERAL INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS
  • CHAPTER 1. EDUCATION PROGRAM
  • Article 1. Legislative Intent ............................. 51000-51009
  • Article 2. Definitions .................................... 51010-51021
  • Article 3. Role of Local Agency ........................... 51040-51041
  • Article 4. Enforcement of Courses of Study ................ 51050-51057
  • CHAPTER 1.5. PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT
  • Article 1. General Provisions ............................. 51100-51102
  • Article 2. Nell Soto Parent/Teacher Involvement Program ... 51120-51124
  • Article 3. Teresa P. Hughes Family-School Partnership
  • Award and Grant Program ........................ 51130-51133
  • Article 4. Tom Hayden Community-Based Parent Involvement
  • Grant Program .................................. 51140-51143
  • CHAPTER 2. REQUIRED COURSES OF STUDY
  • Article 1. General Provisions ............................. 51200-51206
  • Article 2. Course of Study, Grades 1 to 6 ................. 51210-51212
  • Article 3. Courses of Study, Grades 7 to 12 ............... 51220-51229
  • Article 4. Exemptions from Requirements ................... 51240-51246
  • Article 4.5. Schoolage Military Dependents ................ 51250-51251
  • Article 5. Drug Education ................................. 51260-51269
  • Article 6. Primary Education Model Curriculum for Lifelong
  • Health, Aging, and Financial Preparedness ...... 51280-51284
  • CHAPTER 3. DIPLOMAS AND CERTIFICATES
  • Article 1. Elementary School Diploma ...................... 51400-51403
  • Article 2. Diplomas ....................................... 51410-51412
  • Article 3. High School Equivalency Certificates ........... 51420-51427
  • Article 3.5. Retroactive High School Diplomas ............. 51430-51442
  • Article 5. Golden State Seal Merit Diploma ................ 51450-51455
  • Article 6. State Seal of Biliteracy ....................... 51460-51464
  • CHAPTER 4. PROHIBITED INSTRUCTION
  • Article 1. Prejudices ..................................... 51500-51501
  • Article 2. Prohibited Materials ........................... 51510-51513
  • Article 3. Solicitations .................................. 51520-51521
  • Article 4. Advocacy or Teaching of Communism ................... 51530
  • Article 5. Humane Treatment of Animals ......................... 51540
  • CHAPTER 5. AUTHORIZED CLASSES AND COURSES OF INSTRUCTION
  • Article 1. Reading First Plan ............................. 51700-51702
  • Article 1.5. The Online Classroom Pilot Program ................ 51705
  • Article 3. Evening High School for Minors ................. 51720-51724
  • Article 4. Elementary School Special Day and Evening
  • Classes ........................................ 51730-51732
  • Article 5. Instruction by Correspondence .................. 51740-51741
  • Article 5.5. Independent Study .......................... 51745-51749.3
  • Article 6. Military Science and Tactics ........................ 51750
  • Article 6.5. Nuclear Age Education Curriculum ............. 51755-51756
  • Article 7. Work Experience Education .................... 51760-51769.5
  • Article 7.3. Energy Education ............................. 51770-51772
  • Article 7.4. Work Experience Education Program Reviews .... 51775-51778
  • Article 7.5. Genetic Diseases and Disorders Instruction ... 51780-51782
  • Article 8. Aviation Education ............................. 51790-51792
  • Article 8.5. School Instructional Gardens ................. 51795-51797
  • Article 9. Home Teaching .................................. 51800-51802
  • Article 10. Community Service Classes ..................... 51810-51815
  • Article 12. Consumer Economics Programs ........................ 51833
  • Article 13. Driver Training ............................... 51850-51854
  • Article 14. Bicycle Safety Instruction ......................... 51860
  • Article 14.5. California Distance Learning Policy .............. 51865
  • Article 15. Education Technology .......................... 51870-51874
  • Article 16. Aquatic Safety ............................ 51879.7-51879.9
  • CHAPTER 5.5. COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH EDUCATION
  • Article 1. General ...................................... 51880-51881.5
  • Article 2. Definitions .................................... 51890-51891
  • Article 3. Department of Education ........................ 51900-51901
  • Article 4. Comprehensive Health Education Plans ........... 51911-51915
  • Article 5. In-Service Training ............................ 51920-51921
  • CHAPTER 5.6. CALIFORNIA COMPREHENSIVE SEXUAL HEALTH AND
  • HIV/AIDS PREVENTION EDUCATION ACT
  • Article 1. General Provisions ............................. 51930-51932
  • Article 2. Authorized Comprehensive Sexual Health Education .... 51933
  • Article 3. Required HIV/AIDS Prevention Education .............. 51934
  • Article 4. In-Service Training ............................ 51935-51936
  • Article 5. Notice and Parental Excuse ..................... 51937-51939
  • CHAPTER 5.7. PREVENTION OF BRAIN AND SPINAL CORD INJURIES ....... 51940
  • CHAPTER 6.1. PUBLIC SCHOOLS ACCOUNTABILITY ACT OF 1999
  • Article 1. Legislative Findings and Intent .............. 52050-52050.5
  • Article 2. Public School Performance Accountability
  • Program ...................................... 52051-52052.6
  • Article 3. Immediate Intervention/Underperforming
  • Schools Program ............................. 52053-52055.55
  • Article 3.1. Local Educational Agency Intervention .. 52055.57-52055.60
  • Article 3.5. High Priority Schools Grant Program .. 52055.600-52055.662
  • Article 3.7. Quality Education Investment Act of
  • 2006 ................................. 52055.700-52055.770
  • Article 4. High Achieving/Improving Schools Program ....... 52056-52058
  • Article 4.1. No Child Left Behind Liaison Team ................ 52058.1
  • Article 4.2. Statewide System of School Support ................ 52059
  • CHAPTER 6.8. PROGRAM TO REDUCE CLASS SIZE IN TWO COURSES IN
  • GRADE 9 ....................................... 52080-52090
  • CHAPTER 6.9. LANGUAGE ARTS ENRICHMENT PROGRAM IN GRADES 1
  • TO 3, INCLUSIVE ............................... 52100-52114
  • CHAPTER 6.10. CLASS SIZE REDUCTION PROGRAM ................. 52120-52128
  • CHAPTER 7. BILINGUAL EDUCATION
  • Article 1. Impacted Languages Act of 1984 ................. 52130-52135
  • Article 3. Bilingual-Bicultural Education Act of 1976 ..... 52160-52178
  • Article 4. Bilingual Teacher Training Assistance Program .. 52180-52186
  • CHAPTER 8. GIFTED AND TALENTED PUPIL PROGRAM ............... 52200-52212
  • CHAPTER 8.3. ADVANCED PLACEMENT PROGRAM .................... 52240-52244
  • CHAPTER 8.5. DIGITAL HIGH SCHOOL EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY GRANT
  • PROGRAM
  • Article 1. General Provisions ............................. 52250-52254
  • Article 2. Project Selection and Grant Awards .................. 52255
  • Article 3. Project Applications ........................... 52256-52257
  • Article 4. Technology Installation and Technology Support
  • and Staff Training Grants ...................... 52260-52263
  • Article 5. Staff Training and Program Evaluation .......... 52264-52266
  • CHAPTER 8.6. EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY AND PROFESSIONAL
  • DEVELOPMENT GRANTS ................................. 52270
  • CHAPTER 8.9. THE EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY GRANT ACT OF
  • 2002 .................................... 52295.10-52295.55
  • CHAPTER 9. CAREER TECHNICAL EDUCATION
  • Article 1. Regional Occupational Centers ................ 52300-52334.5
  • Article 1.5. Apportionment of Funds for Regional
  • Occupational Centers ....................... 52335-52335.6
  • Article 1.7. Career Preparatory Program ................. 52336-52336.5
  • Article 2. California Regional Career Guidance Centers .... 52340-52346
  • Article 3. Precareer Technical Education .................. 52350-52355
  • Article 4. High School Career Technical Courses ........... 52370-52377
  • Article 4.5. Supplemental School Counseling Program ....... 52378-52380
  • Article 5. Summer Vocational Education .................... 52381-52391
  • Article 6. Summer Environmental Internship Program ........ 52410-52414
  • Article 7. Agricultural Career Technical Education ........ 52450-52454
  • Article 7.5. Agricultural Career Technical Education
  • Incentive Program ............................ 52460-52462
  • Article 8. Institute for Computer Technology .............. 52480-52483
  • Article 9. Home Economics Careers and Technology Career
  • Technical Education ............................ 52485-52490
  • Article 10. Miscellaneous Provisions ................ 52499.65-52499.66
  • CHAPTER 10. ADULT SCHOOLS
  • Article 1. General Provisions ............................. 52500-52525
  • Article 2. Use of Hospitals ............................... 52530-52531
  • Article 3. Adult English Classes .......................... 52540-52544
  • Article 4. Classes in Citizenship ......................... 52550-52556
  • Article 5. Handicapped Adults ............................. 52570-52572
  • Article 6. Finances ....................................... 52610-52617
  • CHAPTER 10.5. IMMIGRANT WORKFORCE PREPARATION ACT .......... 52651-52656
  • CHAPTER 11. MISCELLANEOUS
  • Article 1. School Farms ................................... 52700-52706
  • Article 2. Patriotic Exercises and Instruction ............ 52720-52730
  • Article 3. Educational Films or Video Tapes ............... 52740-52743
  • Article 4. Physical Education Specialist Pilot Program .... 52750-52753
  • Article 5. Pupil Survey of Instruction ......................... 52760
  • CHAPTER 12. SCHOOL-BASED PROGRAM COORDINATION ACT
  • Article 1. General Provisions .................................. 52800
  • Article 3. School Plans ................................... 52850-52863
  • Article 4. Advisory Committees ................................. 52870
  • Article 5. State Administration ........................... 52885-52887
  • Article 6. Outreach Consultants ................................ 52890
  • CHAPTER 12.5. INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE DIPLOMA PROGRAM .. 52920-52922
  • CHAPTER 13. CAREER-VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING ....... 52910-52911
  • CHAPTER 13. SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION IMPROVEMENT
  • PROGRAMS
  • Article 1. Legislative Findings and Declarations, and
  • Statewide Goals ................................ 52950-52951
  • Article 2. California Science Project ..................... 52955-52965
  • CHAPTER 14. PILOT PROJECTS IN APPLIED ACADEMIC AREAS AND
  • PROGRAMS
  • CHAPTER 15. COMPREHENSIVE READING LEADERSHIP PROGRAM ....... 53000-53006
  • CHAPTER 17. SCHOOL-TO-CAREER INITIATIVES ................... 53080-53084
  • CHAPTER 17.5. CALIFORNIA CAREER RESOURCE NETWORK ................ 53086
  • CHAPTER 18. RACE TO THE TOP
  • Article 1. General Provisions ............................. 53100-53103
  • Article 2. Intervening in the Persistently
  • Lowest-Achieving Schools ....................... 53200-53203
  • Article 3. Parent Empowerment ............................. 53300-53303
  • PART 29. PROGRAMS FOR DISADVANTAGED PUPILS
  • CHAPTER 1. EDUCATIONALLY DISADVANTAGED YOUTH PROGRAMS
  • Article 1. General Provisions ............................. 54000-54008
  • Article 2. Economic Impact Aid ............................ 54020-54028
  • CHAPTER 2. SPECIAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL READING INSTRUCTION
  • PROGRAM
  • Article 1. General Provisions ............................. 54100-54102
  • Article 2. Employment of Specialists ...................... 54120-54124
  • Article 3. Allowances for Specialists ..................... 54140-54145
  • CHAPTER 3. MATHEMATICS IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS
  • Article 1. General Provisions ............................. 54300-54302
  • Article 2. Financing Programs ............................. 54340-54348
  • CHAPTER 4. COMPENSATORY EDUCATION PROGRAMS FOR
  • DISADVANTAGED CHILDREN
  • Article 1. General Provisions ............................. 54400-54407
  • Article 2. Compensatory Education ......................... 54420-54425
  • Article 3. Migrant Children ............................... 54440-54445
  • Article 4. Administration ................................. 54460-54465
  • Article 5. Special Teacher Employment Programs ............ 54480-54486
  • Article 6. Preschool Followthrough Programs ............... 54520-54529
  • CHAPTER 9. MISCELLANEOUS PROGRAMS
  • Article 1. Education Improvement Act of 1969 .............. 54600-54614
  • Article 2. School Improvement Act of 1970 ................. 54630-54645
  • Article 2.5. Education Improvement Incentive Program ...... 54650-54659
  • Article 5. Partnership Academies .......................... 54690-54697
  • Article 5.5. Clean Technology and Renewable Energy Job
  • Training, Career Technical Education,
  • and Dropout Prevention Program ............. 54698-54699.1
  • Article 6. University and College Opportunities Program ... 54700-54704
  • Article 6.3. Early Commitment to College Program .......... 54710-54716
  • Article 7.1. California School Age Families Education
  • Program .................................... 54740-54749.5
  • Article 7.5. Green Technology Partnership Academies ............ 54750
  • Article 7.7. Goods Movement Partnership Academies .............. 54760
  • Article 8. College Admissions Test Preparation Pilot
  • Projects
  • Article 9. Supplemental Grants ................................. 54760
  • PART 30. SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS
  • CHAPTER 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS
  • Article 1. Intent ......................................... 56000-56001
  • Article 2. Definitions .................................... 56020-56035
  • Article 3. General Provisions ............................. 56040-56048
  • Article 3.5. Surrogate Parents ................................. 56050
  • Article 3.7. Foster Parents .................................... 56055
  • Article 3.9. Qualifications for Special Education Teachers 56058-56059
  • Article 4. Substitute Teachers ............................ 56060-56063
  • Article 5. Qualifications for Designated Instruction and
  • Services Personnel, Related Services
  • Personnel, and Paraprofessionals .................... 56070
  • CHAPTER 2. ADMINISTRATION
  • Article 1. State Board of Education ....................... 56100-56101
  • Article 2. Superintendent of Public Instruction ........... 56120-56138
  • Article 3. County Offices ...................................... 56140
  • Article 3.5. Charter Schools .............................. 56145-56146
  • Article 4. Juvenile Court Schools .............................. 56150
  • Article 5. Licensed Children's Institutions and Foster
  • Family Homes ................................. 56155-56166.5
  • Article 5.5. Public Hospitals, Proprietary Hospitals and
  • Other Residential Medical Facilities ....... 56167-56169.7
  • Article 5.6. Children Enrolled in Private Schools ......... 56170-56177
  • Article 7. Community Advisory Committee ................... 56190-56194
  • CHAPTER 2.5. GOVERNANCE
  • Article 1. Local Plans .................................. 56195-56195.5
  • Article 2. Local Requirements ........................ 56195.7-56195.10
  • CHAPTER 3. ELEMENTS OF THE LOCAL PLAN
  • Article 1.1. State Requirements ........................... 56205-56208
  • Article 1.5. Special Education Local Plan Areas with Small
  • or Sparse Populations ........................ 56211-56213
  • Article 3. Staff Development .............................. 56240-56245
  • CHAPTER 4. IDENTIFICATION AND REFERRAL, ASSESSMENT,
  • INSTRUCTIONAL PLANNING, IMPLEMENTATION,AND
  • REVIEW
  • Article 1. Identification and Referral .................... 56300-56304
  • Article 2. Assessment ..................................... 56320-56330
  • Article 2.5. Eligibility Criteria for Special Education
  • and Related Services on the Basis of
  • Language and Speech Disorder or Specific
  • Learning Disabilities ........................ 56333-56338
  • Article 2.6. Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorders ..... 56339
  • Article 3. Instructional Planning and Individualized
  • Education Program .............................. 56340-56347
  • Article 3.5. Individualized Education Program for Visually
  • Impaired Pupils .............................. 56350-56352
  • Article 4. Implementation ................................. 56360-56369
  • Article 5. Review ......................................... 56380-56383
  • Article 6. Participation in Statewide and Districtwide
  • Assessment Programs ................................. 56385
  • CHAPTER 4.1. RECOGNITION FOR EDUCATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT OR
  • COMPLETION OF PROGRAM ......................... 56390-56392
  • CHAPTER 4.3. FAMILY EMPOWERMENT CENTERS ON DISABILITY ...... 56400-56414
  • CHAPTER 4.4. EARLY EDUCATION FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH
  • EXCEPTIONAL NEEDS ............................. 56425-56432
  • CHAPTER 4.45. SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS FOR INDIVIDUALS
  • WITH EXCEPTIONAL NEEDS BETWEEN THE AGES
  • OF THREE AND FIVE YEARS, INCLUSIVE ......... 56440-56447.1
  • CHAPTER 4.5. CAREER AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS,
  • TRANSITION SERVICES, AND PROJECT WORKABILITY
  • Article 1. Career and Vocational Education Programs ....... 56452-56456
  • Article 2. Transition Services ............................ 56460-56463
  • Article 3. Project Workability ............................ 56470-56474
  • CHAPTER 4.7. INTERAGENCY AGREEMENTS ........................ 56475-56476
  • CHAPTER 5. PROCEDURAL SAFEGUARDS ........................... 56500-56509
  • CHAPTER 5.1. CONFIDENTIALITY OF INFORMATION ABOUT
  • INDIVIDUALS WITH EXCEPTIONAL NEEDS ................. 56515
  • CHAPTER 5.5. BEHAVIORAL INTERVENTIONS ...................... 56520-56525
  • CHAPTER 6. EVALUATION, AUDITS, AND INFORMATION ............. 56600-56606
  • CHAPTER 7.2. SPECIAL EDUCATION FUNDING
  • Article 1. Administration .............................. 56836-56836.05
  • Article 2. Computation of Apportionments ............ 56836.06-56836.15
  • Article 2.5. Computation of Adjustment ............ 56836.156-56836.159
  • Article 3. Licensed Children's Institutions ........ 56836.165-56836.18
  • Article 4. Nonpublic, Nonsectarian School Contracts 56836.20-56836.21
  • Article 5. Low Incidence Funding ............................. 56836.22
  • Article 6. Program Specialists and Administration of
  • Regionalized Operations and Services ..... 56836.23-56836.30
  • Article 7. Federal Funding Allocations .................... 56837-56844
  • Article 8. Withholding of Payments ............................. 56845
  • CHAPTER 7.5. AUTISM TRAINING AND INFORMATION ............... 56846-56847
  • CHAPTER 8. SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH
  • EXCEPTIONAL NEEDS RESIDING IN STATE HOSPITALS ... 56850-56865
  • CHAPTER 8.5. SPECIAL EDUCATION AT THE YOUTH AUTHORITY
  • PART 31. EXPERIMENTAL SCHOOL PROGRAMS
  • CHAPTER 2. INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION .......................... 58400-58409
  • CHAPTER 3. ALTERNATIVE SCHOOLS ............................. 58500-58512
  • CHAPTER 3.1. SINGLE GENDER ACADEMIES PILOT PROGRAM ......... 58520-58524
  • CHAPTER 5. TUTORING AND HOMEWORK ASSISTANCE PROGRAM ........ 58700-58702
  • CHAPTER 6. SPECIALIZED SECONDARY PROGRAMS .................. 58800-58806
  • CHAPTER 9. DEMONSTRATION OF RESTRUCTURING IN PUBLIC
  • EDUCATION
  • Article 1. Establishment .................................. 58900-58901
  • Article 2. Demonstration Elements ......................... 58902-58910
  • Article 3. Selection of Program Participants and
  • Awarding Demonstration Grants ................ 58914-58915.5
  • Article 4. Responsibilities of the Superintendent of
  • Public Instruction, the State Department of
  • Education, and the State Board of Education .... 58916-58917
  • Article 5. Evaluation ..................................... 58920-58923
  • Article 6. Funding ........................................ 58924-58930
  • PART 32. STATE SPECIAL SCHOOLS AND CENTERS
  • CHAPTER 1. CALIFORNIA SCHOOLS FOR THE DEAF
  • Article 1. Administration ................................. 59000-59008
  • Article 2. Pupils ......................................... 59020-59031
  • Article 3. Services ....................................... 59040-59045
  • Article 4. Employment Qualifications ...................... 59050-59054
  • CHAPTER 2. CALIFORNIA SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND
  • Article 1. Administration ................................. 59100-59104
  • Article 2. Teaching Force ................................. 59110-59113
  • Article 3. Pupils ......................................... 59120-59131
  • Article 4. Services and Courses ........................... 59140-59144
  • CHAPTER 2.5. TUBERCULOSIS TESTING IN SPECIAL SCHOOLS ............ 59150
  • CHAPTER 3. DIAGNOSTIC CENTERS
  • Article 1. Administration ................................. 59200-59205
  • Article 2. Teaching Force ...................................... 59210
  • Article 3. Pupils .............................................. 59220
  • CHAPTER 4. FINANCE
  • Article 1. Local Contribution .................................. 59300
  • PART 33. INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS AND TESTING
  • CHAPTER 1. INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS
  • Article 1. Legislative Intent ............................. 60000-60005
  • Article 2. Definitions ......................................... 60010
  • Article 3. Requirements, Materials ........................ 60040-60052
  • Article 4. Requirements, Publishers and Manufacturers ..... 60060-60062
  • Article 5. Prohibited Acts ................................ 60070-60076
  • Article 6. Reports ............................................. 60090
  • Article 6. Instructional Materials on Alcohol and Drug
  • Education ...................................... 60110-60115
  • Article 7. Pupil Textbook and Instructional Materials
  • Incentive Program .............................. 60117-60119
  • CHAPTER 2. ELEMENTARY SCHOOL MATERIALS
  • Article 1. Selection and Adoption ......................... 60200-60208
  • Article 2. Duties of Publishers and Manufacturers ......... 60220-60226
  • Article 3. State Instructional Materials Fund ............. 60240-60252
  • Article 6. Other Uses ..................................... 60310-60352
  • Article 7. Core Reading Program Instructional Materials
  • CHAPTER 3. HIGH SCHOOL TEXTBOOKS
  • Article 1. Adoption and Purchase ............................... 60400
  • Article 2. Furnishing Textbooks to Pupils ................. 60410-60411
  • CHAPTER 3.25. INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS FUNDING REALIGNMENT
  • PROGRAM ...................................... 60420-60424
  • CHAPTER 4. OBSOLETE MATERIALS
  • Article 1. Determination of Obsolescence .................. 60500-60501
  • Article 2. Donation or Sale ............................... 60510-60511
  • Article 3. Disposition of Sale Proceeds ................... 60520-60521
  • Article 4. Destruction ......................................... 60530
  • CHAPTER 5. CALIFORNIA ASSESSMENT OF ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT
  • Article 1. General Provisions ............................. 60600-60603
  • Article 2. Program Provisions ............................. 60604-60618
  • Article 3. Program Evaluation and Analysis ..................... 60630
  • Article 4. Standardized Testing and Reporting Program ..... 60640-60649
  • CHAPTER 5.5. REVIEW OF ELECTRONIC RESOURCES CAPABLE OF
  • ANALYZING PUPIL ASSESSMENT DATA ............... 60660-60663
  • CHAPTER 6. PHYSICAL FITNESS TESTING ............................. 60800
  • CHAPTER 7. ASSESSMENT OF LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT .............. 60810-60812
  • CHAPTER 9. HIGH SCHOOL EXIT EXAMINATION .................... 60850-60859
  • CHAPTER 10. CALIFORNIA LONGITUDINAL PUPIL ACHIEVEMENT DATA
  • SYSTEM ......................................... 60900-60901
  • PART 34. EVALUATION AND SUNSETTING OF PROGRAMS
  • CHAPTER 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS ............................ 62000-62005.5
  • PART 35. USE OF CATEGORICAL FUNDS
  • CHAPTER 1. EXPENDITURE FOR DIRECT SERVICES TO PUPILS ....... 63000-63001
  • PART 36. CONSOLIDATED APPLICATION PROCESS ................... 64000-64001
  • PART 37. CATEGORICAL FUNDING ..................................... 64100
  • TITLE 3. POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION
  • DIVISION 5. GENERAL PROVISIONS
  • PART 40. DONAHOE HIGHER EDUCATION ACT
  • CHAPTER 1. TITLE OF PART ........................................ 66000
  • CHAPTER 1.5. LEGISLATIVE FINDINGS .......................... 66002-66003
  • CHAPTER 2. GENERAL PROVISIONS
  • Article 1. Definitions ......................................... 66010
  • Article 2. Comprehensive Mission Statement ............ 66010.1-66010.8
  • Article 3. General Provisions ............................. 66011-66027
  • Article 4. Educational Equity for Students ..................... 66030
  • Article 4.5. Doctoral Programs in Education ............. 66040-66040.7
  • Article 4.7. Doctoral Programs in Physical Therapy ...... 66042-66042.3
  • Article 5. Quality Undergraduate Education ................ 66050-66053
  • Article 5.5. Nursing Programs ........................... 66055-66055.9
  • Article 5.7. Year-Round Academic Programs ...................... 66057
  • Article 6. Campus Child Care and Development Programs .......... 66060
  • Article 7. Higher Education Assessment Act of 1990 ........ 66070-66072
  • Article 7. English Proficiency in Higher Education ........ 66080-66083
  • Article 9. Standards and Guidelines for a Curriculum in
  • Gerontology and Geriatrics in Higher Education ...... 66085
  • CHAPTER 3. CAPITAL OUTLAY FUND ............................. 66100-66103
  • CHAPTER 3.5. STUDENT-IMPOSED ATHLETICS FEES ................ 66150-66152
  • CHAPTER 4. ADMISSIONS ...................................... 66201-66207
  • CHAPTER 4.1. EMERGENCY EVACUATION PLANS FOR POSTSECONDARY
  • STUDENT HOUSING .................................... 66210
  • CHAPTER 4.5. EQUITY IN HIGHER EDUCATION ACT
  • Article 1. Title and Declaration of Purpose ............... 66250-66252
  • Article 2. Definitions .................................... 66260-66264
  • Article 3. Prohibition of Discrimination ................ 66270-66271.1
  • Article 3.5. Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity
  • Equity in Higher Education ............... 66271.2-66271.3
  • Article 4. Sex Equity in Education .................... 66271.5-66281.5
  • Article 5. Compliance and Enforcement ................... 66290-66292.4
  • CHAPTER 5. RULES OF STUDENT CONDUCT ........................ 66300-66302
  • CHAPTER 5.5. BUSINESS ETHICS ............................... 66350-66353
  • CHAPTER 6. ACADEMIC MATERIALS .............................. 66400-66410
  • CHAPTER 6.5. UNAUTHORIZED RECORDING, DISSEMINATION, AND
  • PUBLICATION OF ACADEMIC PRESENTATIONS FOR
  • COMMERCIAL PURPOSES ........................... 66450-66452
  • CHAPTER 7. SELECTIVE SERVICE REGISTRATION ....................... 66500
  • CHAPTER 8. CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY ..................... 66600-66609
  • CHAPTER 9. COMMUNITY COLLEGES ................................... 66700
  • CHAPTER 9.2. STUDENT TRANSFER
  • Article 1. Transfer System .............................. 66720-66722.5
  • Article 1.5. Common Course Numbering System ............. 66725-66725.3
  • Article 2. Transfer Functions ............................. 66730-66744
  • Article 3. Student Transfer Achievement Reform Act ........ 66745-66749
  • CHAPTER 9.5. CROSS-ENROLLMENT .............................. 66750-66754
  • CHAPTER 10. INTERSTATE ATTENDANCE AGREEMENTS ............... 66800-66804
  • CHAPTER 11. CALIFORNIA POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION COMMISSION
  • Article 1. General Provisions ............................. 66900-66906
  • CHAPTER 11.3. THE CALIFORNIA DISTANCE LEARNING POLICY ........... 66940
  • CHAPTER 12. FEDERAL ASSISTANCE FOR HIGHER EDUCATION ........ 67000-67006
  • CHAPTER 14. DISABLED STUDENT SERVICES
  • Article 1. General Provisions ........................... 67300-67302.5
  • Article 2. Reader Services ................................ 67305-67307
  • Article 3. State-Funded Services .......................... 67310-67313
  • CHAPTER 14.25. OFFICE EQUIPMENT ................................. 67320
  • CHAPTER 14.27. CONTRACTS ................................... 67325-67328
  • CHAPTER 14.3. HIGHER EDUCATION FACILITIES BOND ACT OF 1988
  • Article 1. General Provisions ............................. 67330-67332
  • Article 2. Higher Education Facilities Bond Act Program ... 67333-67334
  • Article 3. Fiscal Provisions .............................. 67335-67343
  • CHAPTER 14.4. HIGHER EDUCATION FACILITIES BOND ACT OF JUNE
  • 1990
  • Article 1. General Provisions ........................... 67345-67345.2
  • Article 2. Higher Education Facilities Bond Act Program 67346-67346.5
  • Article 3. Fiscal Provisions ............................ 67347-67347.9
  • CHAPTER 14.5. HIGHER EDUCATION FACILITIES BOND ACT OF 1986 67350-67357.5
  • CHAPTER 14.6. HIGHER EDUCATION FACILITIES BOND ACT OF JUNE
  • 1992
  • Article 1. General Provisions ........................... 67358-67358.2
  • Article 2. Higher Education Facilities Bond Act Program 67358.3-67358.4
  • Article 3. Fiscal Provisions .......................... 67358.5-67359.5
  • CHAPTER 14.9. BOND FUND TRANSFERS ............................. 67359.20
  • CHAPTER 15. STUDENT ATHLETES ............................... 67360-67365
  • CHAPTER 16. STUDENT SAFETY ............................... 67380-67385.7
  • CHAPTER 15.7. RAPE AND SEXUAL ASSAULT EDUCATION PROGRAMS ... 67390-67393
  • CHAPTER 16. APPLICABILITY TO UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA ........... 67400
  • PART 40.5. CAPITAL OUTLAY REQUIREMENTS ...................... 67500-67504
  • PART 40.7. ARMED FORCES TRAINING AND RECRUITMENT ................. 67600
  • PART 41. UNIFORM STUDENT RESIDENCY REQUIREMENTS
  • CHAPTER 1. STUDENT RESIDENCY REQUIREMENTS
  • Article 1. General Provisions .................................. 68000
  • Article 2. Definitions .................................... 68011-68023
  • Article 3. Classification ................................. 68040-68044
  • Article 4. Nonresident Tuition ............................ 68050-68052
  • Article 5. Determination of Student Residence ............. 68060-68062
  • Article 6. Exceptions to Residence Determination .......... 68070-68085
  • Article 7. Rules and Regulations
  • Article 8. Community College District Residence ................ 68100
  • Article 10. Provisions Related to Particular Institutions 68120-68124
  • Article 11. Miscellaneous Provisions ...................... 68130-68134
  • PART 42. STUDENT FINANCIAL AID PROGRAM
  • CHAPTER 1. SELECTIVE SERVICE REGISTRATION ....................... 69400
  • CHAPTER 1.7. ORTIZ-PACHECO-POOCHIGIAN-VASCONCELLOS CAL
  • GRANT PROGRAM
  • Article 1. General Provisions ........................... 69430-69433.9
  • Article 2. Cal Grant A Entitlement Program .............. 69434-69434.5
  • Article 3. Cal Grant B Entitlement Program .............. 69435-69435.3
  • Article 4. California Community College Transfer Cal
  • Grant Entitlement Program .................... 69436-69436.5
  • Article 5. Competitive Cal Grant A and B Awards ......... 69437-69437.7
  • Article 6. Cal Grant C Program ................................. 69439
  • Article 7. Cal Grant T Program ................................. 69440
  • Article 8. Cal Grant Alternative Delivery System Pilot
  • Program ........................................ 69450-69460
  • CHAPTER 2. STUDENT FINANCIAL AID PROGRAMS
  • Article 1. Purposes ............................................ 69500
  • Article 1.5. General Provisions ......................... 69503-69509.5
  • Article 2. The Student Aid Commission ..................... 69510-69519
  • Article 2.4. Maximizing the Value of the State Student
  • Loan Guarantee Program Assets and
  • Liabilities ............................... 69521-69521.11
  • Article 2.5. Auxiliary Organization ..................... 69522-69529.5
  • Article 3.5. Cash for College Program ..................... 69550-69551
  • Article 4. Student Opportunity and Access Program ......... 69560-69566
  • Article 5. Assumption Program of Loans for Education .... 69612-69615.8
  • Article 5.5. Graduate Assumption Program of Loans for
  • Education .................................... 69618-69619
  • Article 7. Child Development Teacher and Supervisor Grant
  • Program ........................................ 69620-69628
  • Article 8. Community College Extended Opportunity Programs
  • and Services ................................... 69640-69656
  • Article 9. California Physician Assistant Loan Assumption
  • Program ........................................ 69660-69675
  • Article 11.5. Willie L. Brown, Jr. Community Service
  • Scholarship Program ......................... 69730-69732
  • Article 12. Public Interest Attorney Loan Repayment
  • Program ..................................... 69740-69746.5
  • Article 13. Federal Family Education Loan Program ......... 69760-69779
  • Article 14. Military and Veterans Offices ................. 69785-69786
  • Article 15. Forfeiture of State Aid to Students ........... 69810-69813
  • Article 18. California State Work-Study Program ......... 69950-69969.5
  • Article 19. Golden State Scholarshare Trust Act ........... 69980-69994
  • Article 20.5. Management and Disbursement of Funds
  • Previously Set Aside for Repealed
  • Governor's Scholarship Programs ......... 69999.6-69999.8
  • Article 20.7. California National Guard Education
  • Assistance Award Program .............. 69999.10-69999.30
  • Article 21. Governor's Teaching Fellowships ............... 70000-70005
  • Article 21.5. The California Memorial Scholarship Program 70010-70011.9
  • CHAPTER 3. STATE NURSING ASSUMPTION PROGRAM OF LOANS FOR
  • EDUCATION (SNAPLE)
  • Article 1. Nursing Faculty ................................ 70100-70110
  • Article 2. Employees of State Facilities .................. 70120-70129
  • DIVISION 7. COMMUNITY COLLEGES
  • PART 43. THE CALIFORNIA COMMUNITY COLLEGES .................. 70900-70902
  • PART 44. BOARD OF GOVERNORS
  • CHAPTER 1. BOARD OF GOVERNORS
  • Article 1. Composition and Organization ................... 71000-71004
  • Article 2. Powers and Duties ............................ 71020.5-71051
  • Article 3. Office of Chancellor ........................... 71090-71096
  • PART 45. DISTRICTS AND GOVERNING BOARDS
  • CHAPTER 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS
  • Article 1. Naming .............................................. 72000
  • Article 2. Nondiscrimination .............................. 72010-72014
  • Article 3. Organization of District Boards .............. 72022-72036.5
  • CHAPTER 2. MEETINGS AND MEMBERS
  • Article 1. Membership ..................................... 72101-72104
  • Article 2. Meetings ....................................... 72121-72129
  • CHAPTER 3. POWERS AND DUTIES
  • Article 1. General Provisions ........................... 72203.5-72207
  • Article 2. College Police ................................. 72330-72332
  • CHAPTER 4. OFFICERS AND AGENTS ............................. 72400-72423
  • CHAPTER 5. LIABILITIES, INSURANCE, AND CORRUPT PRACTICES
  • Article 1. Liabilities .................................... 72500-72508
  • Article 2. Corrupt Practices .............................. 72530-72533
  • CHAPTER 6. MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS
  • Article 2. Counseling Services ............................ 72620-72621
  • Article 3. Promoting Education
  • Article 6. Auxiliary Organizations ........................ 72670-72682
  • Article 7. The Richard McKee Transparency Act of 2011 ..... 72690-72701
  • PART 46. DISTRICT REORGANIZATION OR FORMATION
  • CHAPTER 1. LEGISLATIVE INTENT AND DEFINITIONS
  • Article 1. Legislative Intent and Purpose ................. 74000-74001
  • Article 2. Definitions .................................... 74012-74016
  • CHAPTER 2. INITIATION OF PETITION AND LOCAL REVIEW
  • PROCEDURES
  • Article 1. Transfer ....................................... 74100-74110
  • Article 2. Annexation ..................................... 74130-74140
  • Article 3. Formation ...................................... 74150-74159
  • Article 4. Procedures for Districts Located Within Different
  • Counties ............................................ 74180
  • CHAPTER 3. REVIEW BY STATE AGENCIES ........................ 74201-74205
  • CHAPTER 4. ELECTIONS AND BOARD OF SUPERVISORS PROCEDURES
  • Article 1. Elections ........................................... 74230
  • Article 2. Board of Supervisors Procedures ................ 74250-74251
  • CHAPTER 5. MISCELLANEOUS
  • Article 1. Territory of Districts ....................... 74262-74265.5
  • Article 2. Personnel in Reorganized Districts .................. 74270
  • Article 3. Disposition of Records, Funds, Property, and
  • Obligations When Reorganized ................... 74280-74284
  • Article 4. Bonded Indebtedness of Districts When Reorganized ... 74290
  • Article 5. Continuing Services If Compton Community
  • College Loses Accreditation .................... 74292-74296
  • PART 47. STUDENTS
  • CHAPTER 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS
  • Article 1. Admission of Students .......................... 76000-76003
  • Article 1.5. Student Housing ................................... 76010
  • Article 2. Exclusion of Students ............................... 76020
  • Article 3. Removal, Suspension, or Expulsion .............. 76030-76037
  • Article 4. Student Organizations .......................... 76060-76067
  • Article 4.5. California Community College Student Federal
  • and State Financial Aid Opportunity Act ...... 76070-76071
  • Article 7. Exercise of Free Expression .................... 76120-76121
  • Article 9. Nonresident Tuition ............................ 76140-76143
  • CHAPTER 1.5. STUDENT RECORDS
  • Article 1. Legislative Intent .................................. 76200
  • Article 2. Definitions ......................................... 76210
  • Article 3. General Provisions ............................. 76220-76225
  • Article 4. Rights of Students ............................. 76230-76234
  • Article 5. Privacy of Student Records ..................... 76240-76246
  • CHAPTER 2. FEES
  • Article 1. Enrollment Fees and Financial Aid ............ 76300-76300.5
  • Article 2. Authorized Fees ................................ 76350-76395
  • CHAPTER 3. STUDENT HEALTH SERVICES AND SUPERVISION
  • Article 1. General Provisions ............................. 76401-76407
  • PART 48. COMMUNITY COLLEGES, EDUCATION PROGRAMS
  • CHAPTER 1. EDUCATION PROGRAMS
  • Article 1. General Provisions ........................... 78015-78016.5
  • Article 1.3. Agricultural Education Program Quality
  • Criteria ................................... 78017-78017.3
  • Article 1.4. Vocational Education Coordination Plan ............ 78018
  • Article 1.5. Contract Education ........................... 78020-78023
  • Article 2. Interdistrict Attendance ....................... 78030-78034
  • CHAPTER 1.5. LIBRARY SERVICES .............................. 78100-78103
  • CHAPTER 2. COURSES OF STUDY
  • Article 1. Student Matriculation .......................... 78210-78219
  • Article 2. Athletic Programs ................................... 78223
  • Article 3. Work-Experience Education ........................... 78249
  • Article 3.51. Nursing Faculty .................................. 78260
  • Article 3.52. Nursing Students .......................... 78261-78261.5
  • Article 3.53. Nursing Resource Centers ......................... 78262
  • Article 3.7. Pilot Program for Innovative Nursing and
  • Allied Health Care Profession Education
  • at the California Community Colleges ....... 78265-78265.6
  • Article 4. Aviation ............................................ 78271
  • Article 4.5. Teacher Preparation Programs ...................... 78275
  • Article 7. Community Service Classes ........................... 78300
  • Article 8. Independent Study
  • CHAPTER 3. ADULT SCHOOLS
  • Article 1. General Provisions .................................. 78401
  • Article 3. Education of Handicapped
  • CHAPTER 4. PROGRAMS FOR HANDICAPPED STUDENTS
  • CHAPTER 7. INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS
  • Article 1. Prohibited Acts ................................ 78900-78907
  • Article 2. California Virtual Campus ................ 78910.10-78910.30
  • CHAPTER 8. COLLEGE TERMS
  • Article 3. Holidays and Observances ....................... 79020-79030
  • CHAPTER 9. MISCELLANEOUS
  • Article 1. Child Development Centers ...................... 79120-79121
  • Article 3. Industry Internship and Apprenticeship Programs 79140-79148
  • Article 4. Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education
  • Program ........................................ 79150-79155
  • Article 5. Curriculum Development for CalWORKs Recipients 79200-79203
  • Article 6. Grants for Worksite-Based Training Programs ......... 79210
  • PART 49. COMMUNITY COLLEGES, EDUCATION FACILITIES
  • CHAPTER 1. SCHOOL SITES
  • Article 1. Location ....................................... 81003-81005
  • Article 2. School Sites ................................... 81031-81033
  • Article 3. Building Standards ............................. 81050-81054
  • Article 7. Approvals ...................................... 81130-81149
  • Article 8. Fitness for Occupancy .......................... 81160-81179
  • Article 9. Disposal of Sites .............................. 81190-81192
  • CHAPTER 2. PROPERTY: SALE,LEASE, USE, GIFT, AND EXCHANGE
  • Article 1. General Provisions ............................. 81250-81254
  • Article 1.5. Conveyances .................................. 81300-81301
  • Article 2. Dedication of Real Property .................... 81310-81315
  • Article 3. Leasing School Buildings ....................... 81330-81351
  • Article 4. Sale or Lease of Real Property ................. 81360-81382
  • Article 5. Joint Occupancy ................................ 81390-81402
  • Article 6. Joint Use, School Property ..................... 81420-81423
  • Article 7. Sale or Lease Between Agencies ................. 81430-81433
  • Article 8. Gift or Lease of District Property .................. 81440
  • Article 9. Sale of Personal Property ...................... 81450-81460
  • Article 10. Exchange of Real Property ..................... 81470-81474
  • Article 11. Exchange of Property .......................... 81480-81481
  • Article 12. Temporary Transfer of Water Stock ............. 81490-81492
  • Article 13. Ownership of Fixtures ......................... 81500-81501
  • Article 14. Leasing for Production of Gas ................. 81510-81512
  • Article 15. Lease and Lease-Purchase of Sites, Buildings,
  • and Facilities ................................ 81520-81532
  • Article 16. Leasing of Equipment .......................... 81550-81553
  • CHAPTER 3. MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL OF PROPERTY
  • Article 1. General Provisions ............................. 81600-81606
  • Article 2.5. Statewide Energy Management Program .......... 81620-81624
  • Article 3. Contracts ...................................... 81641-81656
  • Article 3.5. Energy Management Systems .................... 81660-81663
  • Article 4. Community College Property ..................... 81670-81678
  • CHAPTER 3.5. DESIGN-BUILD CONTRACTS ........................ 81700-81708
  • CHAPTER 4. COMMUNITY COLLEGE CONSTRUCTION ACT OF 1980
  • Article 1. Definitions and General Provisions ............. 81800-81808
  • Article 2. Plans for Capital Construction ................. 81820-81823
  • Article 3. Project Proposals .............................. 81836-81839
  • CHAPTER 5. COMMUNITY COLLEGE REVENUE BOND ACT OF 1961 ...... 81901-81966
  • CHAPTER 7. SUPPLEMENTARY SERVICES
  • Article 1. Transportation ..................................... 82305.6
  • Article 2. Schoolbuses .................................... 82321-82322
  • Article 4. Cafeterias--Establishment
  • CHAPTER 8. MISCELLANEOUS
  • Article 2. Use of School Property, Public Purposes ........ 82537-82548
  • PART 50. FINANCE
  • CHAPTER 1. STATE FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL
  • Article 1. Moneys to Districts ............................ 84000-84001
  • Article 2. Accounting, Budget Controls and Audits ......... 84030-84043
  • CHAPTER 2. PROPERTY VALUATIONS FOR ALLOCATIONS ........... 84205.5-84207
  • CHAPTER 3. STATE SCHOOL FUND
  • Article 1. Maintenance, Disbursements and Sources
  • Article 3. Duties of the Chancellor ....................... 84320-84328
  • Article 5. Use of Apportionments .......................... 84361-84362
  • Article 7. Community College Fund for Instructional
  • Improvement .................................... 84381-84384
  • CHAPTER 4. ATTENDANCE ...................................... 84500-84501
  • CHAPTER 4.7. COMMUNITY COLLEGE FACILITY DEFERRED MAINTENANCE
  • AND SPECIAL REPAIR PROGRAM ......................... 84660
  • CHAPTER 4.8. EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT PROGRAM ................. 84670-84674
  • CHAPTER 5. COMMUNITY COLLEGE APPORTIONMENT
  • Article 2. Program-Based Funding ...................... 84750.5-84810.5
  • Article 2.5. Adjustments to Lottery Fund Allocations ........... 84820
  • Article 6. Handicapped Students ................................ 84850
  • Article 8. Flexible Calendar ................................... 84890
  • CHAPTER 8. EXPENDITURES AND APPROPRIATIONS
  • Article 2. Appropriation of Excess Income
  • Article 3. Temporary Transfer, County to District, Excess
  • Balances ....................................... 85220-85223
  • Article 4. Requisitions and Warrants ...................... 85230-85244
  • Article 5. Warrants ....................................... 85260-85267
  • Article 6. Void Warrants .................................. 85270-85272
  • Article 7. Registration of Orders, Issuance of Warrants ... 85280-85288
  • Article 8. Optional Method of Registering Warrants ........ 85300-85304
  • PART 51. EMPLOYEES
  • CHAPTER 1. PROVISIONS APPLYING TO ALL EMPLOYEES
  • Article 1. General Provisions ............................. 87000-87018
  • Article 2. Rights and Duties .............................. 87031-87045
  • Article 3. Personnel Interchange Between Academic and
  • Classified Positions ........................... 87060-87062
  • Article 4. Equal Employment Opportunity Hiring ............ 87100-87108
  • Article 5. Community College Faculty and Staff Development
  • Fund ........................................... 87150-87154
  • Article 6. Reporting by Community College Employees of
  • Improper Governmental Activities ............... 87160-87164
  • CHAPTER 2.5. QUALIFICATIONS FOR COMMUNITY COLLEGE PERSONNEL
  • Article 1. General Provisions ............................. 87350-87351
  • Article 2. Minimum Qualifications and Hiring Criteria ... 87355-87359.5
  • Article 3. Hiring Criteria ..................................... 87360
  • CHAPTER 3. EMPLOYMENT
  • Article 1. General Provisions ............................. 87400-87488
  • Article 2. Employment of Faculty .......................... 87600-87612
  • Article 3. Community College Faculty ...................... 87620-87626
  • Article 4. Evaluations and Discipline ..................... 87660-87683
  • Article 5. Miscellaneous .................................. 87700-87715
  • Article 6. Termination of Services and Reduction in Force 87730-87740
  • Article 6.5. Reduction in Services ........................ 87743-87746
  • Article 7. Leaves of Absence .............................. 87762-87790
  • Article 8. Salaries ..................................... 87801-87834.5
  • Article 9. Part-Time Community College Faculty Health
  • Insurance Program .............................. 87860-87868
  • Article 10. Community College Part-Time Faculty Office
  • Hours Program ................................. 87880-87885
  • CHAPTER 4. CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEES
  • Article 1. Employment ..................................... 88000-88040
  • Article 2. Inclusion in the Merit System .................. 88050-88057
  • Article 3. Merit System ................................... 88060-88139
  • Article 4. Salaries ....................................... 88160-88168
  • Article 5. Differential Compensation ...................... 88180-88186
  • Article 6. Resignations and Leaves of Absence ............. 88190-88210
  • Article 7. Retraining and Study ........................... 88220-88227
  • Article 8. Instructional Aides ............................ 88240-88249
  • Article 9. Assumption by County Superintendent of Schools
  • of the Operation of a Community College
  • District's Data Processing Center .............. 88260-88263
  • Article 10. Classified School Employee Week .................... 88270
  • PART 52. CALIFORNIA COMMUNITY COLLEGES ECONOMIC AND
  • WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
  • CHAPTER 1. MISSION STATEMENT .................................... 88500
  • CHAPTER 2. GENERAL PROVISIONS .............................. 88510-88515
  • CHAPTER 3. DEFINITIONS .......................................... 88520
  • CHAPTER 4. CALIFORNIA COMMUNITY COLLEGES BUSINESS RESOURCE
  • ASSISTANCE AND INNOVATION NETWORK TRUST FUND ......... 88525
  • CHAPTER 5. CENTERS AND REGIONAL COLLABORATIVES ............. 88530-88532
  • CHAPTER 6. JOB DEVELOPMENT INCENTIVE TRAINING PROGRAM ...... 88540-88543
  • CHAPTER 7. REPORTING ..................................... 88550-88550.5
  • CHAPTER 8. REPEAL ............................................... 88551
  • DIVISION 8. CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY
  • PART 55. CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY
  • CHAPTER 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS
  • Article 1. General Provisions ............................. 89000-89011
  • Article 2. Powers of the Trustees ....................... 89030-89049.1
  • Article 3.5. California Mathematics Diagnostic
  • Testing Program ........................ 89070.10-89070.40
  • Article 4. Academic Year Operations ....................... 89080-89084
  • Article 5. Alumni ....................................... 89090-89090.5
  • CHAPTER 2. EDUCATION PROGRAMS
  • Article 1. Noncommercial Television ............................ 89200
  • Article 2. Laboratory Classes for Exceptional Children .... 89210-89212
  • Article 3. Vocational Teachers ............................ 89220-89223
  • Article 4. Instructionally Related Activities .................. 89230
  • Article 5. Athletic Programs .............................. 89240-89241
  • Article 6. California State University Educational
  • Opportunity Program ............................ 89250-89258
  • Article 7. Kenneth L. Maddy Institute ................... 89260-89260.5
  • Article 7.7. Baccalaureate Degree Nursing Programs ...... 89267-89267.5
  • Article 8. Entry-Level Master's Nursing Programs .......... 89270-89278
  • Article 9. Doctor of Nursing Practice Degree Pilot Program 89280-89284
  • CHAPTER 3. STUDENTS
  • Article 1. Student Body Organizations ..................... 89300-89304
  • Article 1.5. Gloria Romero Open Meetings Act of 2000 .... 89305-89307.4
  • Article 2. Travel Expenses ..................................... 89310
  • Article 3. Accommodation of Religious Creed .................... 89320
  • Article 4. Program for California Residents 60 Years of
  • Age or Older ................................... 89330-89333
  • Article 5. Higher Education Outreach and Assistance Act
  • for Emancipated Foster Youth ................... 89340-89347
  • CHAPTER 4. CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTERS
  • Article 1. General Provisions ............................. 89400-89404
  • Article 2. San Francisco State University ................. 89410-89413
  • CHAPTER 4.6. CENTER FOR AFRICAN-AMERICAN EDUCATION
  • EXCELLENCE AND ACHIEVEMENT .................... 89430-89436
  • CHAPTER 4.7. CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY PROGRAM FOR
  • EDUCATION AND RESEARCH IN BIOTECHNOLOGY ............ 89440
  • CHAPTER 4.8. CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, STANISLAUS: REUSE
  • OF STOCKTON DEVELOPMENT CENTER ................ 89450-89452
  • CHAPTER 5. PERSONNEL
  • Article 1. General Provisions ............................. 89500-89528
  • Article 1.1. Industrial Disability Leave ............... 89529-89529.11
  • Article 1.2. Nonindustrial Disability Insurance ..... 89529.15-89529.25
  • Article 2. Appointment, Tenure, Layoff and Dismissal of
  • Employees ...................................... 89530-89546
  • Article 2.5. Separation of Employees From Service for Lack
  • of Funds or Lack of Work ..................... 89550-89557
  • Article 3. California State University Police ............. 89560-89561
  • Article 4. Investigation of Reported Improper
  • Governmental Activities ....................... 89570-89574
  • CHAPTER 5.5. OPTIONAL RETIREMENT PROGRAM
  • Article 1. General Provisions ............................. 89600-89602
  • Article 2. Definitions .................................... 89610-89614
  • Article 3. Administration and Participation ............... 89620-89623
  • CHAPTER 6. FINANCE
  • Article 1. Fees, Rents, and Charges ....................... 89700-89710
  • Article 2. Revenues ..................................... 89720-89725.1
  • Article 4. Expenditures and Control ....................... 89750-89761
  • CHAPTER 7. AUXILIARY ORGANIZATIONS
  • Article 1. General Provisions ............................. 89900-89912
  • Article 1.5. The Richard McKee Transparency Act of 2011 ... 89913-89919
  • Article 2. Meetings, Elections, and Judicial Determinations 89920-89928
  • CHAPTER 8. HOUSING AND AUXILIARY SERVICES
  • Article 1. Housing ........................................ 90000-90002
  • Article 2. The State University Revenue Bond Act of 1947 .. 90010-90082
  • Article 3. Affordable Student Housing ..................... 90085-90089
  • CHAPTER 9. CALIFORNIA MARITIME ACADEMY
  • Article 1. General Provisions .................................. 90100
  • Article 2. Administration ................................. 90120-90123
  • Article 3. Admission ........................................... 90130
  • Article 4. Tuition, Fees, and Financial Aid ............... 90140-90142
  • Article 5. Facilities .......................................... 90150
  • Article 6. Trust Account Deposits .............................. 90160
  • Article 7. Training Cruise Expenses ............................ 90170
  • Article 8. Federal Funds and Resources .................... 90180-90182
  • Article 9. Employees ........................................... 90190
  • Article 10. Operative Date ..................................... 90191
  • CHAPTER 10. SPECIFIC PROVISIONS RELATING TO PARTICULAR
  • CAMPUSES
  • Article 1. California State Polytechnic University and
  • California Polytechnic State University ........ 90400-90407
  • Article 5. California State University, Chico: Language
  • Houses
  • CHAPTER 11. MISCELLANEOUS
  • Article 1. State University and College Publications
  • Article 3. State Police Services ............................... 90520
  • DIVISION 9. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
  • PART 57. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
  • CHAPTER 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS
  • Article 1. Name of the University ......................... 92000-92001
  • Article 3. Meetings of the Regents ........................ 92020-92033
  • Article 3.7. Indemnification of Regents, Officers,
  • Employees, and Contractors ........................ 92037
  • Article 4. Condemnation of Property by the Regents ............. 92040
  • Article 5. Construction Contracts .............................. 92050
  • CHAPTER 2. FISCAL TREASURY
  • Article 1. Withdrawal From the State Treasury ............. 92100-92102
  • Article 2. Transfer of Land Acquired by Tax Sales to the
  • University ..................................... 92110-92120
  • Article 3. Insurance ........................................... 92130
  • Article 4. Federal Funds for Education in Agriculture and
  • Mechanical Arts ................................ 92140-92144
  • Article 5. Public Funds for Private Organizations .............. 92150
  • Article 6. Construction of a San Joaquin Valley Campus ......... 92160
  • CHAPTER 3. SPECIAL COLLEGES
  • Article 1. Hastings College of the Law .................... 92200-92215
  • CHAPTER 4. CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTERS ....................... 92300-92303
  • CHAPTER 5. THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA REVENUE BOND ACT OF
  • 1947
  • Article 1. General Provisions ............................. 92400-92410
  • Article 2. Powers of Regents .............................. 92430-92450
  • Article 3. Revenue Bonds .................................. 92470-92492
  • Article 4. Indentures ..................................... 92510-92533
  • Article 5. Funding or Refunding Bonds ..................... 92570-92571
  • CHAPTER 6. MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS
  • Article 1. University of California Police ................ 92600-92601
  • Article 1.5. Charles R. Drew/UCLA Undergraduate Medical
  • Education Program ................................. 92605
  • Article 2. Employees ...................................... 92611-92612
  • Article 2.5. Retirement Plan for Employees Excluded from
  • theUniversity of California Retirement
  • System ....................................... 92613-92614
  • Article 2.7. Economic Legacy of Slavery in California .......... 92615
  • Article 3. Employment of Women ................................. 92620
  • Article 3.5. Cardcheck Agreements ....................... 92625-92625.9
  • Article 4. Alumni ....................................... 92630-92630.9
  • Article 5. Accommodation of Religious Creed .................... 92640
  • Article 5.5. Baccalaureate and Master's Degree Nursing Programs 92645
  • Article 6. Health Sciences Program Review ...................... 92650
  • Article 6.3. Health Professions Education and Outreach ........ 92655.1
  • Article 6.5. Housing ........................................... 92660
  • CHAPTER 7. THE CENTER FOR COOPERATIVES ..................... 92690-92698
  • CHAPTER 9. COMMUNITY-BASED HEALTH PROFESSIONS EDUCATION
  • PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM ............................. 92720-92726
  • CHAPTER 10. SUBSTANCE ABUSE RESEARCH ............................ 92820
  • CHAPTER 10.5. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA-MEXICO RESEARCH PROGRAMS 92830
  • CHAPTER 11. GOVERNOR'S TEACHER SCHOLARS PROGRAM ............ 92850-92851
  • CHAPTER 12. GOVERNOR'S PRINCIPAL LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE ...... 92855-92856
  • CHAPTER 13. CALIFORNIA INSTITUTES FOR SCIENCE AND INNOVATION 92900-92901
  • CHAPTER 14. THE RICHARD MCKEE TRANSPARENCY ACT OF 2011 ..... 92950-92961
  • DIVISION 10. PRIVATE POSTSECONDARY AND HIGHER EDUCATION
  • INSTITUTIONS
  • PART 59. PRIVATE POSTSECONDARY AND HIGHER EDUCATION
  • INSTITUTIONS
  • CHAPTER 1. LELAND STANFORD JUNIOR UNIVERSITY
  • Article 1. Corporate Power ................................ 94000-94002
  • Article 2. Tuition ............................................. 94010
  • Article 3. Taxation ....................................... 94020-94021
  • CHAPTER 1.5. GENERAL PROVISIONS ................................. 94050
  • CHAPTER 2. CALIFORNIA EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES AUTHORITY ACT
  • Article 1. Purpose ........................................ 94100-94103
  • Article 2. Definitions ......................................... 94110
  • Article 3. Organization of Authority and General Powers
  • and Duties Thereof ............................. 94120-94125
  • Article 4. Powers and Duties; Notes and Bonds ............. 94140-94156
  • Article 5. Conflicts of Interest ............................... 94170
  • Article 6. Examination and Visitorial Power of State;
  • Assistance of State Employees .................. 94180-94181
  • Article 7. Construction of Facilities ..................... 94190-94195
  • Article 8. Construction ................................... 94210-94213
  • CHAPTER 3.2. ACCOMMODATION OF RELIGIOUS CREED ................... 94355
  • CHAPTER 3.3. SPEECH AND OTHER COMMUNICATION ..................... 94367
  • CHAPTER 3.7. STUDENT SAFETY ................................ 94380-94385
  • CHAPTER 4. CONSOLIDATION OF PRIVATE COLLEGES ............... 94400-94409
  • CHAPTER 5. EMINENT DOMAIN ....................................... 94500
  • CHAPTER 6. EMERGENCY EVACUATION PLANS FOR POSTSECONDARY
  • STUDENT HOUSING ...................................... 94600
  • CHAPTER 8. PRIVATE POSTSECONDARY INSTITUTIONS
  • Article 1. General Provisions ............................. 94800-94801
  • Article 2. Transition Provisions ........................ 94802-94809.6
  • Article 3. Definitions .................................... 94810-94871
  • Article 4. Exemptions ................................... 94874-94874.7
  • Article 5. Bureau Powers and Duties ....................... 94875-94884
  • Article 6. Approval to Operate ............................ 94885-94892
  • Article 7. Substantive Changes to an Approval to Operate .. 94893-94896
  • Article 8. Fair Business Practices ...................... 94897-94899.5
  • Article 9. Recordkeeping ................................ 94900-94900.7
  • Article 10. Recruiters ......................................... 94901
  • Article 11. Enrollment Agreements and Disclosures ......... 94902-94912
  • Article 12. Consumer Loans to Students .................... 94916-94918
  • Article 13. Cancellations, Withdrawals, and Refunds ....... 94919-94922
  • Article 14. Student Tuition Recovery Fund ................. 94923-94925
  • Article 15. Orderly Institutional Closure and Teach-outs 94926-94927.5
  • Article 16. Completion, Placement, Licensure, and Salary
  • Disclosure Requirements ..................... 94928-94929.8
  • Article 17. Fees ........................................ 94930-94931.5
  • Article 18. Compliance, Enforcement, Process, and Penalties 94932-94945
  • Article 19. Severability ....................................... 94946
  • Article 20. Reporting ..................................... 94948-94949
  • Article 21. Termination ........................................ 94950
  • CHAPTER 8.5. CONTINUATION OF THE STUDENT TUITION RECOVERY
  • FUND
  • Article 1. General Provisions .................................. 95000
  • Article 2. Operative Date ...................................... 95010
  • DIVISION 14. MISCELLANEOUS
  • PART 65. MISCELLANEOUS
  • CHAPTER 1. WESTERN REGIONAL EDUCATION COMPACT
  • Article 1. The Compact .................................... 99000-99005
  • CHAPTER 1.3. THE STUDENT FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY ACT ........... 99030
  • CHAPTER 1.4. THE COLLEGE STUDENT CREDIT PROTECTION ACT .......... 99040
  • CHAPTER 2. HUMAN CORPS ..................................... 99100-99106
  • CHAPTER 3. STANDARDIZED TESTS .............................. 99150-99164
  • CHAPTER 4.5. HIGHER EDUCATION ACCOUNTABILITY PROGRAM ....... 99180-99182
  • CHAPTER 5. INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES
  • Article 1. Subject Matter Projects ........................ 99200-99206
  • Article 2. California Professional Development Institutes 99220-99227
  • Article 3. Mathematics and Reading Professional
  • Development Program ............................ 99230-99242
  • CHAPTER 6. THE EARLY ASSESSMENT PROGRAM .................... 99300-99301
  • PART 66. PUBLIC EDUCATION BONDS
  • CHAPTER 1. PUBLIC EDUCATION FACILITIES BOND ACT OF 1996
  • Article 1. General Provisions .................................. 100000
  • Article 2. School Facilities Program Provisions ......... 100010-100035
  • Article 3. Higher Education Facilities Program .......... 100110-100121
  • Article 4. Fiscal Provisions ............................ 100125-100180
  • Article 5. Miscellaneous ....................................... 100185
  • PART 68. PUBLIC EDUCATION BONDS
  • CHAPTER 1. CLASS SIZE REDUCTION KINDERGARTEN-UNIVERSITY
  • PUBLIC EDUCATION FACILITIES BOND ACT OF 1998 .. 100400-100405
  • CHAPTER 2. KINDERGARTEN THROUGH 12TH GRADE
  • Article 1. Kindergarten Through 12th Grade School
  • Facilities Program Provisions ................ 100410-100420
  • Article 2. Kindergarten Through 12th Grade School
  • Facilities Fiscal Provisions ................. 100425-100446
  • CHAPTER 3. HIGHER EDUCATION FACILITIES
  • Article 1. Program Provision ............................ 100450-100460
  • Article 2. Higher Education Fiscal Provisions ........... 100500-100560
  • PART 68.1. KINDERGARTEN-UNIVERSITY PUBLIC EDUCATION
  • FACILITIES BOND ACT OF 2002
  • CHAPTER 1. GENERAL ....................................... 100600-100603
  • CHAPTER 2. KINDERGARTEN THROUGH 12TH GRADE
  • Article 1. Kindergarten Through 12th Grade School
  • Facilities Program Provisions ................ 100610-100620
  • Article 2. Kindergarten Through 12th Grade School
  • Facilities Fiscal Provisions ................. 100625-100646
  • CHAPTER 3. HIGHER EDUCATION FACILITIES
  • Article 1. General ............................................. 100650
  • Article 2. Program Provisions Applicable to the University
  • of California and the Hastings College of the
  • Law ................................................. 100652
  • Article 3. Program Provisions Applicable to the California
  • State University .................................... 100653
  • Article 4. Program Provisions Applicable to the California
  • Community Colleges .................................. 100654
  • Article 5. Higher Education Fiscal Provisions ........... 100700-100760
  • PART 68.2. KINDERGARTEN-UNIVERSITY PUBLIC EDUCATION
  • FACILITIES BOND ACT OF 2004
  • CHAPTER 1. GENERAL ....................................... 100800-100803
  • CHAPTER 2. KINDERGARTEN THROUGH 12TH GRADE
  • Article 1. Kindergarten Through 12th Grade School
  • Facilities Program Provisions ................ 100810-100820
  • Article 2. Kindergarten Through 12th Grade School
  • Facilities Fiscal Provisions ................. 100825-100846
  • CHAPTER 3. HIGHER EDUCATION FACILITIES
  • Article 1. General ............................................. 100850
  • Article 2. Program Provisions Applicable to the University
  • of California and the Hastings College of the
  • Law ................................................. 100852
  • Article 3. Program Provisions Applicable to the California
  • State University .................................... 100853
  • Article 4. Program Provisions Applicable to the California
  • Community Colleges .................................. 100854
  • Article 5. Higher Education Fiscal Provisions ........... 100900-100960
  • PART 69. KINDERGARTEN-UNIVERSITY PUBLIC EDUCATION FACILITIES
  • BOND ACT OF 2006
  • CHAPTER 1. GENERAL ....................................... 101000-101002
  • CHAPTER 2. KINDERGARTEN THROUGH 12TH GRADE
  • Article 1. Kindergarten Through 12th Grade School
  • Facilities Program Provisions ................ 101010-101012
  • Article 2. Kindergarten Through 12th Grade School
  • Facilities Fiscal Provisions ................. 101020-101031
  • CHAPTER 3. CALIFORNIA COMMUNITY COLLEGE FACILITIES
  • Article 1. General ............................................. 101032
  • Article 2. California Community College Program Provisions ..... 101033
  • Article 3. California Community College Fiscal
  • Provisions ................................. 101034-101039.5
  • CHAPTER 4. UNIVERSITY FACILITIES
  • Article 1. General ............................................. 101040
  • Article 2. Program Provisions Applicable to the University
  • of California and the Hastings College of the
  • Law ................................................. 101041
  • Article 3. Program Provisions Applicable to the California
  • State University .................................... 101042
  • Article 4. University Fiscal Provisions ................. 101050-101060