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Parents Seeking Employment; Eligibility and Service Limitation.   

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If the basis of need is seeking employment:

(a) The family's period of eligibility is limited to sixty (60) working days during the contract period.

If the Governor declares a state of emergency and if the factual bases for the Governor's declaration indicate that opportunities for employment have temporarily diminished to such a degree that parents cannot be reasonably expected to find employment within sixty (60) working days of diligent searching, the Superintendent of Public Instruction may investigate to determine whether the sixty (60) working day limitation described in paragraph (a) should be suspended. If the Superintendent of Public Instruction determines that it is in the public interest to do so, he or she may, by order. suspend the sixty (60) working day limitation on eligibility during the period of the emergency or for a lesser time. The scope of the suspension, including the geographic areas and the persons affected, and its duration. shall be no more than necessary to respond to the emergency as determined in the Superintendent's investigation. and shall be specifically described in the Superintendent's order.

(b) Service is limited to an average not to exceed five (5) days per week for an average of less than six and one-half (6 1/2) hours per day.

(c) Families certified for the Greater Avenues of Independence program (GAIN Certified Families) are not subject to the sixty (6()) day limitation set forth in subsection (a) above.

Authority cited:

Education Code 8261

Education Code 8263

Reference:

Education Code 8263

(Amended by Register 92. No. 7.)