Chapter 3 Audits of California K-12 Local Education Agencies Article 3. State Compliance Requirements Adult Education
Verify that the monthly site attendance summaries provide accurate information by performing the following procedures:
(a) Reconcile the monthly totals (days of apportionment attendance) on the site's attendance summary to the summary maintained by the district for the Annual attendance reports.
(b) Select a test month in the Annual attendance reporting period. Verify the mathematical accuracy of the monthly report and trace the totals to the site's attendance summary.
(c) Select a representative sample of classes (teachers) for both exclusively adult education students and concurrently enrolled K-12 pupils (if any). Trace the monthly totals from the monthly report to the data origination documentation. Verify the mathematical accuracy of the attendance registers, scantron summaries, or other data arrays.
(d) Verify that hourly attendance accounting was used.
(e) Verify that attendance was not credited for more than the scheduled class time.
(f) Verify that the district used individual teacher-certified records of the minutes of each pupil's or student's actual attendance for classes (sometimes termed ad hoc or laboratory class settings) that provided more total hours of class time than the minimum required to be attended for pupils or students to receive full credit for the class.
(g) Select a representative sample of K-12 pupils concurrently enrolled in adult education, if any. For each pupil selected, determine, from the adult school files, the K-12 program/school site in which the pupil was enrolled. Review the pupil's K-12 program/class schedule and/or transcript located at the K-12 program/school site and verify that the pupil was concurrently enrolled in adult education courses that supplemented and enriched, and did not supplant, the regular course offerings required to complete the curriculum for the K-12 program in which the pupil was enrolled.
(h) Review each concurrently enrolled pupil's file to ensure there is documentation of a counseling session--a communication whether by phone or in person which involved the pupil, a certificated representative of the high school, and the pupil's parent, guardian, or caretaker--that met the requirements of Education Code Section 52500.1(b).
(i) Review the district's records to ensure that it submitted to the California Department of Education for approval, in advance, a list of all courses provided.
(j) If any inappropriately reported units of Average Daily Attendance are identified through the foregoing audit procedures, recalculate, consistent with the provisions of Education Code Section 46303, the correct number of units of Average Daily Attendance. Include a statement in the Findings and Recommendations section of the audit report of the number of units of Average Daily Attendance that were inappropriately reported for apportionment and an estimate of their dollar value.
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(Amended by Register 2004, No. 26)