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Division 4. California Student Aid Commission. Chapter 1. California Student Aid Commission. Article 14. Assumption Program Of Loans For Education. Award Process.   

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(a) The Commission shall process applications and loan assumption agreements and select program participants from among the eligible applicants whose applications are:

(1) complete and received by the Commission by the September 30th priority deadline date for each award year; and

(2) who are determined by the Commission to meet all requirements for participation established in the Education Code.

(b) If the maximum authorized allocation of awards is not exhausted after the priority deadline, the Commission may continue to accept applications and loan assumption agreements and select program participants. The Commission may continue to make awards until the maximum authorized allocation is exhausted or through June 30th of the application year.

(c) The Commission will make awards to applicants nominated by eligible institutions and participating district intern program offices who have met all requirements for participation in the program and who appear on an eligible institution's or participating district intern program office's Selection Summary Sheet. This number will not exceed the eligible institution's or participating district intern program office's allocation. If the eligible institution or participating district intern program office was allocated additional awards, the Commission will make awards to applicants who have met all requirements for participation in the program and who appear on the eligible institution's or district intern program offices reallocation list starting with the first eligible applicant on the list. This number will not exceed the number of additional awards allocated.

(d) The Commission will make awards to credentialed teachers nominated by County Offices of Education who are employed in public schools ranked in the lowest two deciles on the Academic Performance Index using the following priority criteria:

(1) First priority shall be given to applicants who posses a clear teaching credential in mathematics, science, or level II education specialist credential; and

(2) Second priority will be given to applicants who have an outstanding balance on a federally subsidized educational loan(s) or other need-based educational loan(s); and

(3) Third priority will be given to applicants with the highest number of years teaching at a public school ranked in the lowest two deciles on the Academic Performance Index; and

(4) In the case of a tie, the Commission will use the earliest received date of the completed application.

Authority cited:

Education Code 69615

Reference:

Education Code 69615.6

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