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Division 4. California Student Aid Commission. Chapter 1. California Student Aid Commission. Article 14. Assumption Program Of Loans For Education. Allocation of Awards, Reallocation of Unutilized Allocations, and Cancellation of Invalid Awards.   

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(a) Each eligible institution and participating district intern program office shall receive at least one allocation, and the remainder shall be distributed to eligible institutions and participating district intern program offices proportionate to the number of teaching candidates from each eligible institution or participating district intern program offices who completed the coursework required for a teaching credential based on the most recent data available from the Commission on Teacher Credentialing.

(b) Each eligible institution or participating district intern program office shall provide to the Commission the following information (use of Attachments A.4 and C.4 is optional):

(1) The number of students or district interns who competed for an award; and

(2) The number of students or district interns who met the eligible institution's or participating district intern program office's selection criteria; and

(3) The number of students or district interns who were selected as applicants; and

(4) The number of additional allocations the eligible institution or district intern program could use; and

(5) The criteria the eligible institution used in selecting applicants; and

(6) The Grade Point Average (GPA) cutoff, if applicable; and

(7) For eligible institutions, the type of teacher preparation programs the schools offers; and

(8) Certification that the nominating official:

(A) has enclosed an application and loan assumption agreement for each applicant; and

(B) has verified that each applicant meets the program eligibility requirements; and

(C) has verified the applicants' academic majors and credential objectives are compatible with their designated teaching subject areas; and

(D) understands that the applications and loan assumption agreements will undergo further review by the Commission and only students who meet all program requires will be permitted to participate in APLE; and

(E) for an eligible institution, has not nominated an applicant who already holds an initial teaching credential or will complete the coursework necessary to obtain a initial credential before the fall term of the award year for which they are applying; and

(9) school name; and

(10) signature; and

(11) title; and

(12) print name; and

(13) e-mail Address; and

(14) telephone Number; and

(15) fax Number; and

(16) date; and

(17) a Selection Summary Sheet (use of Attachments A.5 and C.5 is optional) that includes the:

(A) applicant names;

(B) Social Security Numbers; and

(C) teaching service area of applicants who have been selected to receive an award; and

(18) a Reallocation Summary Sheet on (use of Attachments A.6 and C.6 is optional) that includes the school name, applicant names, Social Security Numbers, and teaching service area of applicants who are being nominated for reallocation. The nominees shall be listed in priority order. First priority shall be given to applicants who agree to obtain a teaching credential in mathematics, science, or special education. Second priority shall be given to applicants who are recipients of federally subsidized loans or other need-based loans.

(19) Applications submitted with the Reallocation Summary Sheet will be used to replace ineligible applications submitted through the initial allocation process. The Reallocation Summary Sheet will also be used to make awards if additional awards are allocated to the eligible institution or participating district intern program office.

(c) Having received the information provided by eligible institutions and participating district intern program offices, the Commission shall determine whether the total number of unutilized allocations is less than or equal to the total number of additional allocations institutions could use if additional awards were available, and,

(1) If the total number of unutilized allocations is greater than or equal to the total number of additional awards institutions could use if additional awards were available during the application year for which the awards were allocated, the Commission will reallocate all unutilized allocations after the September 30th priority deadline to elible institutions and participating district intern program office, giving to each eligible institution and participating district intern program office the number of awards requested, and

(2) If the total number of unutilized allocations is less than the total number of additional awards eligible institutions or participating district intern program offices could use if additional awards were available during the application year for which the awards were allocated, the Commission will reallocate all remaining unutilized allocations to eligible institutions and participating district intern program offices. The Commission will determine the total number of unutilized awards, additional awards requested from each eligible institution or participating district intern program offices, and number of additional awards requested from all eligible institutions or all participating district intern program offices. The Commission will apply the following formula to each eligible institution or participating district intern program office that requests additional awards to determine how many additional awards will be allocated:

A (number of additional awards requested by the eligible institution or participating district intern program office) /B (the total additional awards requested by all eligible institutions or participating district intern program offices) xC (the number of unutilized awards) = number of additional awards granted to an eligible institution or participating district intern program office

If A = 100, B = 500, and C = 100

A/B x C =

(100/500) x (100) = 20

In this example, the first 20 eligible applicants from the reallocation list would be given an award

(d) All invalid awards shall be cancelled. No invalid awards shall be reallocated.

(e) The Commission will send each eligible institution, eligible school district, and participating district intern program that submit nominations pursuant to Section 30702 an Institutional Acceptance Report identifying the nominees that have been accepted into the program.

Authority cited:

Education Code 69613

Education Code 69615

Reference:

Education Code 69614

Education Code 69615

(Repealed and added by Register 2010, No. 4.)