(a) Cost for migrant programs may exceed the standard reimbursement rate established by the Superintendent of Public Instruction. In no case shall the reimbursement exceed the cost of the program. State-funded programs may be eligible for Chapter 1 federal funds to supplement state funding. These funds shall not be contingent upon the provision of additional child days or enrollment.
(b) The Superintendent of Public Instruction shall annually reimburse seasonal migrant child care and development agencies for approvable startup and closedown costs. Reimbursement for both startup and closedown costs shall not exceed 15 percent of each such agency's total contract amount.
Seasonal migrant child care and development agencies shall submit reimbursement claims for startup costs with their first monthly reports, and reimbursement claims for closedown costs with their final reports.
(Amended by Stats. 1985, Ch. 1278, Sec. 9.)