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Chapter 3. Audits Of California K-12 Local Education Agencies. Article 3. State Compliance Procedures: Local Education Agencies Other Than Charter Schools. California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids (CalWORKs)   

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(a) Determine whether the school district or regional occupational center or program (ROC/P) received funding for serving CalWORKs eligible students. If so, perform the following procedures:

(b) Determine whether the school district or regional occupational center or program

(1) Met the terms of the interagency agreement between the California Department of Education and the State Department of Social Services pursuant to Provision 2 of Budget Act Item 6110-156-0001 (Statutes of 2009, Chapter 1 (SBX3 1)).

(2) Fully claimed its respective adult education or regional occupational centers or programs Average Daily Attendance cap for the audit year.

(3) Claimed the maximum allowable funds available under the interagency agreement pursuant to Provision 2 of Budget Act Item 6110-156-0001 (Statutes of 2009, Chapter 1 (SBX3 1)).

(c) If the school district or regional occupational center or program did not meet the requirements set forth in procedures 1 through 3 of subparagraph (b) of this section, the school district or regional occupational center or program was not eligible to claim funds for services provided to CalWORKs eligible students. Include a finding in the Findings and Recommendations section of the audit report showing the full amount of funding received for serving CalWORKs eligible students as disallowed.

(d) Verify that the funds received by the school district or ROC/P for serving CalWORKs eligible students

(1) were used only for educational activities that were designed to increase self-sufficiency, job training, and work; and

(2) were used to supplement and not supplant existing funds and services for CalWORKs eligible students.

(e) If the school district or regional occupational center or program was not in compliance with either of the requirements set forth in audit procedures 1 or 2 of subparagraph (d) of this section, include a finding in the Findings and Recommendations section of the audit report showing the amount of inappropriately expended funds as disallowed.

Authority cited:

Education Code 14502.1

Reference:

Education Code 14502.1

Education Code 14503

Education Code 41020

(Amended by Register 2009 No. 27.)