Article 7. Conditions Disqualifying School Districts from Apportionments
(a) No school district, other than one newly formed, shall, except as otherwise provided in this article, receive any apportionment based upon average daily attendance from the State School Fund unless it has maintained the regular day schools of the district for at least 175 days during the next preceding fiscal year.
(b) If any school within a school district fails to maintain its school for the required 175 days, the Superintendent of Public Instruction shall withhold from the district's apportionment based upon average daily attendance a product of 0.01143 times the district's apportionment for each additional day the school would have had to maintain operations to meet the 175 day requirement.
For the purpose of this subdivision, except as otherwise provided, the State Board of Education shall establish the standards and criteria for defining a day qualifying for the 175-day minimum requirement.
(Amended by Stats. 1981, Ch. 569, Sec. 1.)