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Other Emergency Financial Aid to School Districts.   

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Emergency financial aid may be granted to school districts, other than by the direct operation of education programs, as follows:

(a) Employment of emergency teachers for assignment to school districts for the instruction of normal pupils, as authorized by subdivision (b) of Section 1920 of the Education Code.

(b) Payment of transportation costs for normal pupils attending elementary schools, as authorized by subdivision

(c) of Section 1920 of the Education Code.

(c) Apportionment to districts for current expense, as authorized by subdivision (a) of Section 1602 of the Education Code.

(d) Apportionment to districts for transportation of pupils to and from school to meet temporary emergency conditions, as authorized by subdivision (b) of Section 1602 of the Education Code.

(e) Tuition to high school districts for the education of pupils residing on military reservations, as authorized by Sections 37106-37111 of the Education Code.

(f) Apportionment to districts with resident cerebral palsied minors who attend special schools or classes in other districts if such districts of residence are financially unable to pay the tuition charges of the districts of attendance, as authorized by Section 56720 of the Education Code.

(Amended by Register 77, No. 39.)