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Chapter 9. Fiscal Support Subchapter 1. Attendance Article 5. Attendance Accounting Standards Reports For Apportionment Prohibited Classes   

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(a) No community college district may claim for purposes of state apportionment any classes:

(1) if the district receives full compensation for direct education costs for the class from any public or private agency, individual or group of individuals; or

(2) if the public or private agency, individual or group of individuals, with whom the district has a contract and/or instructional agreement, has received from other sources full compensation for the direct education costs for the conduct of the class; or

(3) if such classes are not located in facilities clearly identified in such a manner, and established by appropriate procedures, to ensure that attendance in such classes is open to the general public, except that students may be required to meet prerequisites which have been established pursuant to sections 55002 and 55003.

(b) For classes that are not fully funded under contracts identified in paragraph (a)(2) and are claimed for apportionment purposes, the community college district shall require the contracting entity to certify that the direct education costs of the activity are not being fully funded through other sources.

Authority cited:

Education Code 70901

Education Code 84752

Reference:

Education Code 70901

Education Code 84752

(Amended By Register 2008, No. 21.)