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PUBLIC EDUCATION BUDGET AMENDMENTS

             2     
2012 GENERAL SESSION

             3     
STATE OF UTAH

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Chief Sponsor: Lyle W. Hillyard

             5     
House Sponsor: Melvin R. Brown

             6     
             7      LONG TITLE
             8      General Description:
             9          This bill supplements or reduces appropriations previously provided for school districts,
             10      charter schools, and certain state education agencies for the fiscal year beginning July 1,
             11      2012 and ending June 30, 2013, and modifies related budgetary provisions.
             12      Highlighted Provisions:
             13          This bill:
             14          .    provides budget increases and decreases for the use and support of certain state
             15      education agencies;
             16          .    provides budget increases and decreases for programs that support school districts
             17      and charter schools;
             18          .    provides a distribution formula for the appropriation for Teacher Supplies and
             19      Materials;
             20          .    provides intent language;
             21          .    modifies the guarantee dollar amount per weighted pupil unit for the voted leeway
             22      and board-authorized leeway programs;
             23          .    sets the estimated minimum basic tax rate at .001665 for fiscal year 2012-13;
             24          .    establishes the value of the weighted pupil unit for fiscal year 2012-13 at:
             25              .    $2,607 for the special education and career and technology add-on programs;
             26      and
             27              .    $2,848 for all other programs; and
             28          .    makes technical changes.
             29      Money Appropriated in this Bill:


             30          This bill appropriates for fiscal year 2012-13:
             31          .    $45,000,000 from the Uniform School Fund;
             32          .    $71,285,700 ongoing from the Education Fund;
             33          .    ($37,000,000) one-time from the Education Fund; and
             34          .    $34,148,900 from various sources as detailed in this bill.
             35      Other Special Clauses:
             36          This bill takes effect on July 1, 2012.
             37          This bill coordinates with H.B. 1, Public Education Base Budget Amendments, by
             38      providing superseding substantive amendments.
             39      Utah Code Sections Affected:
             40      AMENDS:
             41          53A-17a-133, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2011, Chapters 364 and 371
             42          53A-17a-134, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2011, Chapters 342 and 371
             43          53A-17a-135, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2011, Chapter 7
             44      Utah Code Sections Affected by Coordination Clause:
             45          53A-17a-135, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2011, Chapter 7
             46      Uncodified Material Affected:
             47      ENACTS UNCODIFIED MATERIAL
             48     
             49      Be it enacted by the Legislature of the state of Utah:
             50          Section 1. Section 53A-17a-133 is amended to read:
             51           53A-17a-133. State-supported voted local levy authorized -- Election
             52      requirements -- State guarantee -- Reconsideration of the program.
             53          (1) An election to consider adoption or modification of a voted local levy is required if
             54      initiative petitions signed by 10% of the number of electors who voted at the last preceding
             55      general election are presented to the local school board or by action of the board.
             56          (2) (a) (i) To impose a voted local levy, a majority of the electors of a district voting at
             57      an election in the manner set forth in Subsections (8) and (9) must vote in favor of a special


             58      tax.
             59          (ii) The tax rate may not exceed .002 per dollar of taxable value.
             60          (b) Except as provided in Subsection (2)(c), in order to receive state support the first
             61      year, a district must receive voter approval no later than December 1 of the year prior to
             62      implementation.
             63          (c) Beginning on or after January 1, 2012, a school district may receive state support in
             64      accordance with Subsection (3) without complying with the requirements of Subsection (2)(b)
             65      if the local school board imposed a tax in accordance with this section during the taxable year
             66      beginning on January 1, 2011 and ending on December 31, 2011.
             67          (3) (a) In addition to the revenue a school district collects from the imposition of a levy
             68      pursuant to this section, the state shall contribute an amount sufficient to guarantee [$25.25]
             69      $27.36 per weighted pupil unit for each .0001 of the first .0016 per dollar of taxable value.
             70          (b) The same dollar amount guarantee per weighted pupil unit for the .0016 per dollar
             71      of taxable value under Subsection (3)(a) shall apply to the portion of the board local levy
             72      authorized in Section 53A-17a-164 , so that the guarantee shall apply up to a total of .002 per
             73      dollar of taxable value if a school district levies a tax rate under both programs.
             74          (c) (i) Beginning July 1, [2011] 2013, the [$25.25] $27.36 guarantee under Subsections
             75      (3)(a) and (b) shall be indexed each year to the value of the weighted pupil unit for the grades 1
             76      through 12 program by making the value of the guarantee equal to.010544 times the value of
             77      the prior year's weighted pupil unit for the grades 1 through 12 program.
             78          (ii) The guarantee shall increase by .0005 times the value of the prior year's weighted
             79      pupil unit for the grades 1 through 12 program for each succeeding year subject to the
             80      Legislature appropriating funds for an increase in the guarantee.
             81          (d) (i) The amount of state guarantee money to which a school district would otherwise
             82      be entitled to receive under this Subsection (3) may not be reduced for the sole reason that the
             83      district's levy is reduced as a consequence of changes in the certified tax rate under Section
             84      59-2-924 pursuant to changes in property valuation.
             85          (ii) Subsection (3)(d)(i) applies for a period of five years following any such change in


             86      the certified tax rate.
             87          (e) The guarantee provided under this section does not apply to the portion of a voted
             88      local levy rate that exceeds the voted local levy rate that was in effect for the previous fiscal
             89      year, unless an increase in the voted local levy rate was authorized in an election conducted on
             90      or after July 1 of the previous fiscal year and before December 2 of the previous fiscal year.
             91          (4) (a) An election to modify an existing voted local levy is not a reconsideration of the
             92      existing authority unless the proposition submitted to the electors expressly so states.
             93          (b) A majority vote opposing a modification does not deprive the district of authority to
             94      continue the levy.
             95          (c) If adoption of a voted local levy is contingent upon an offset reducing other local
             96      school board levies, the board must allow the electors, in an election, to consider modifying or
             97      discontinuing the imposition of the levy prior to a subsequent increase in other levies that
             98      would increase the total local school board levy.
             99          (d) Nothing contained in this section terminates, without an election, the authority of a
             100      school district to continue imposing an existing voted local levy previously authorized by the
             101      voters as a voted leeway program.
             102          (5) Notwithstanding Section 59-2-919 , a school district may budget an increased
             103      amount of ad valorem property tax revenue derived from a voted local levy imposed under this
             104      section in addition to revenue from new growth as defined in Subsection 59-2-924 (4), without
             105      having to comply with the notice requirements of Section 59-2-919 , if:
             106          (a) the voted local levy is approved:
             107          (i) in accordance with Subsections (8) and (9) on or after January 1, 2003; and
             108          (ii) within the four-year period immediately preceding the year in which the school
             109      district seeks to budget an increased amount of ad valorem property tax revenue derived from
             110      the voted local levy; and
             111          (b) for a voted local levy approved or modified in accordance with this section on or
             112      after January 1, 2009, the school district complies with the requirements of Subsection (7).
             113          (6) Notwithstanding Section 59-2-919 , a school district may levy a tax rate under this


             114      section that exceeds the certified tax rate without having to comply with the notice
             115      requirements of Section 59-2-919 if:
             116          (a) the levy exceeds the certified tax rate as the result of a school district budgeting an
             117      increased amount of ad valorem property tax revenue derived from a voted local levy imposed
             118      under this section;
             119          (b) the voted local levy was approved:
             120          (i) in accordance with Subsections (8) and (9) on or after January 1, 2003; and
             121          (ii) within the four-year period immediately preceding the year in which the school
             122      district seeks to budget an increased amount of ad valorem property tax revenue derived from
             123      the voted local levy; and
             124          (c) for a voted local levy approved or modified in accordance with this section on or
             125      after January 1, 2009, the school district complies with requirements of Subsection (7).
             126          (7) For purposes of Subsection (5)(b) or (6)(c), the proposition submitted to the
             127      electors regarding the adoption or modification of a voted local levy shall contain the following
             128      statement:
             129          "A vote in favor of this tax means that (name of the school district) may increase
             130      revenue from this property tax without advertising the increase for the next five years."
             131          (8) (a) Before imposing a property tax levy pursuant to this section, a school district
             132      shall submit an opinion question to the school district's registered voters voting on the
             133      imposition of the tax rate so that each registered voter has the opportunity to express the
             134      registered voter's opinion on whether the tax rate should be imposed.
             135          (b) The election required by this Subsection (8) shall be held:
             136          (i) at a regular general election conducted in accordance with the procedures and
             137      requirements of Title 20A, Election Code, governing regular elections;
             138          (ii) at a municipal general election conducted in accordance with the procedures and
             139      requirements of Section 20A-1-202 ; or
             140          (iii) at a local special election conducted in accordance with the procedures and
             141      requirements of Section 20A-1-203 .


             142          (c) Notwithstanding the requirements of Subsections (8)(a) and (b), beginning on or
             143      after January 1, 2012, a school district may levy a tax rate in accordance with this section
             144      without complying with the requirements of Subsections (8)(a) and (b) if the school district
             145      imposed a tax in accordance with this section at any time during the taxable year beginning on
             146      January 1, 2011, and ending on December 31, 2011.
             147          (9) If a school district determines that a majority of the school district's registered
             148      voters voting on the imposition of the tax rate have voted in favor of the imposition of the tax
             149      rate in accordance with Subsection (8), the school district may impose the tax rate.
             150          Section 2. Section 53A-17a-134 is amended to read:
             151           53A-17a-134. Board-approved leeway -- Purpose -- State support -- Disapproval.
             152          (1) Except as provided in Subsection (9), a local school board may levy a tax rate of up
             153      to .0004 per dollar of taxable value to maintain a school program above the cost of the basic
             154      school program as follows:
             155          (a) a local school board shall use the money generated by the tax for class size
             156      reduction within the school district;
             157          (b) if a local school board determines that the average class size in the school district is
             158      not excessive, it may use the money for other school purposes but only if the board has
             159      declared the use for other school purposes in a public meeting prior to levying the tax rate; and
             160          (c) a district may not use the money for other school purposes under Subsection (1)(b)
             161      until it has certified in writing that its class size needs are already being met and has identified
             162      the other school purposes for which the money will be used to the State Board of Education
             163      and the state board has approved their use for other school purposes.
             164          (2) (a) The state shall contribute an amount sufficient to guarantee [$25.25] $27.36 per
             165      weighted pupil unit for each .0001 per dollar of taxable value.
             166          (b) The guarantee shall increase in the same manner as provided for the voted local
             167      levy guarantee in Subsection 53A-17a-133 (3)(c).
             168          (c) (i) The amount of state guarantee money to which a school district would otherwise
             169      be entitled to under this Subsection (2) may not be reduced for the sole reason that the district's


             170      levy is reduced as a consequence of changes in the certified tax rate under Section 59-2-924
             171      pursuant to changes in property valuation.
             172          (ii) Subsection (2)(c)(i) applies for a period of five years following any such change in
             173      the certified tax rate.
             174          (d) The guarantee provided under this section does not apply to:
             175          (i) a board-authorized leeway in the first fiscal year the leeway is in effect, unless the
             176      leeway was approved by voters pursuant to Subsections (4) through (6); or
             177          (ii) the portion of a board-authorized leeway rate that is in excess of the
             178      board-authorized leeway rate that was in effect for the previous fiscal year.
             179          (3) The levy authorized under this section is not in addition to the maximum rate of
             180      .002 authorized in Section 53A-17a-133 , but is a board-authorized component of the total tax
             181      rate under that section.
             182          (4) As an exception to Section 53A-17a-133 , the board-authorized levy does not
             183      require voter approval, but the board may require voter approval if requested by a majority of
             184      the board.
             185          (5) An election to consider disapproval of the board-authorized levy is required, if
             186      within 60 days after the levy is established by the board, referendum petitions signed by the
             187      number of legal voters required in Section 20A-7-301 , who reside within the school district, are
             188      filed with the school district.
             189          (6) (a) A local school board shall establish its board-approved levy by April 1 to have
             190      the levy apply to the fiscal year beginning July 1 in that same calendar year except that if an
             191      election is required under this section, the levy applies to the fiscal year beginning July 1 of the
             192      next calendar year.
             193          (b) The approval and disapproval votes authorized in Subsections (4) and (5) shall
             194      occur at a general election in even-numbered years, except that a vote required under this
             195      section in odd-numbered years shall occur at a special election held on a day in odd-numbered
             196      years that corresponds to the general election date. The school district shall pay for the cost of
             197      a special election.


             198          (7) (a) Modification or termination of a voter-approved leeway rate authorized under
             199      this section is governed by Section 53A-17a-133 .
             200          (b) A board-authorized leeway rate may be modified or terminated by a majority vote
             201      of the board subject to disapproval procedures specified in this section.
             202          (8) A board levy election does not require publication of a voter information pamphlet.
             203          (9) Beginning January 1, 2012, a local school board may not levy a tax in accordance
             204      with this section.
             205          Section 3. Section 53A-17a-135 is amended to read:
             206           53A-17a-135. Minimum basic tax rate -- Certified revenue levy.
             207          (1) (a) In order to qualify for receipt of the state contribution toward the basic program
             208      and as its contribution toward its costs of the basic program, each school district shall impose a
             209      minimum basic tax rate per dollar of taxable value that generates [$284,221,713] $289,021,900
             210      in revenues statewide.
             211          (b) The preliminary estimate for the [2011-12] 2012-13 minimum basic tax rate is
             212      [.001628] .001665.
             213          (c) The State Tax Commission shall certify on or before June 22 the rate that generates
             214      [$284,221,713] $289,021,900 in revenues statewide.
             215          (d) If the minimum basic tax rate exceeds the certified revenue levy as defined in
             216      Section 53A-17a-103 , the state is subject to the notice requirements of Section 59-2-926 .
             217          (2) (a) The state shall contribute to each district toward the cost of the basic program in
             218      the district that portion which exceeds the proceeds of the levy authorized under Subsection
             219      (1).
             220          (b) In accord with the state strategic plan for public education and to fulfill its
             221      responsibility for the development and implementation of that plan, the Legislature instructs
             222      the State Board of Education, the governor, and the Office of Legislative Fiscal Analyst in each
             223      of the coming five years to develop budgets that will fully fund student enrollment growth.
             224          (3) (a) If the proceeds of the levy authorized under Subsection (1) equal or exceed the
             225      cost of the basic program in a school district, no state contribution shall be made to the basic


             226      program.
             227          (b) The proceeds of the levy authorized under Subsection (1) which exceed the cost of
             228      the basic program shall be paid into the Uniform School Fund as provided by law.
             229          Section 4. One-time appropriation for classroom supplies.
             230          (1) (a) The State Board of Education shall distribute money appropriated for Teacher
             231      Supplies and Materials to classroom teachers in school districts, the Utah Schools for the Deaf
             232      and the Blind, and charter schools on the basis of the number of classroom teachers in each
             233      school as compared to the total number of classroom teachers.
             234          (b) Teachers shall receive up to the following amounts:
             235          (i) a teacher on salary schedule steps one through three teaching in grades kindergarten
             236      through 6 or preschool handicapped - $250;
             237          (ii) a teacher on salary schedule steps one through three teaching in grades 7 through
             238      12 - $200;
             239          (iii) a teacher on salary schedule step four or higher teaching in grades kindergarten
             240      through 6 or preschool handicapped - $175; and
             241          (iv) a teacher on salary schedule step four or higher teaching in grades 7 through 12 -
             242      $150.
             243          (c) If the appropriation is not sufficient to provide to each teacher the full amount
             244      allowed under Subsection (1)(b), teachers on salary schedule steps one through three shall
             245      receive the full amount allowed with the remaining money apportioned to all other teachers.
             246          (2) Teachers shall spend money appropriated for classroom supplies and materials for
             247      school supplies, materials, or field trips under rules adopted by the State Board of Education.
             248          (3) As used in this section, "classroom teacher" or "teacher" means permanent teacher
             249      positions filled by one teacher or two or more job-sharing teachers:
             250          (a) who are licensed personnel;
             251          (b) who are paid on the teacher's salary schedule;
             252          (c) who are hired for an entire contract period; and
             253          (d) whose primary function is to provide instructional or a combination of instructional


             254      and counseling services to students in public schools.
             255          Section 5. Appropriations for state education agencies and programs that support
             256      school districts and charter schools -- Value of the weighted pupil unit.
             257          (1) Under the terms and conditions of Utah Code Title 63J, Chapter 1, Budgetary
             258      Procedures Act, as applicable, the following sums of money are appropriated from resources
             259      not otherwise appropriated, or reduced from amounts previously appropriated, out of the funds
             260      or fund accounts indicated for distribution to state education agencies, school districts, and
             261      charter schools for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2012 and ending June 30, 2013. These
             262      appropriations are additions to amounts previously appropriated for fiscal year 2012-13.
             263          (2) The value of each weighted pupil unit (WPU) for fiscal year 2012-13 is increased
             264      over the value of the WPU for fiscal year 2012-13 established in H.B. 1, Public Education Base
             265      Budget, for a total WPU value of:
             266          (a) $2,607 for:
             267          (i) Special Education - Add-on; and
             268          (ii) Career and Technical Education Add-on; and
             269          (b) $2,848 for all other Basic School programs.
             270      Basic School Program
             271      Item 1 To Basic School Program
             272          From Uniform School Fund, One-time
$45,000,000

             273          From Education Fund
$38,511,700

             274          From Education Fund, One-time
($45,000,000)

             275          From Local Revenue
$4,800,200

             276          From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
($13,000,000)

             277          From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
$13,000,000

             278          Schedule of Programs:
             279              Kindergarten (-281 WPUs)                    $64,300
             280              Grades 1 - 12 (1,725 WPUs)                    $21,658,500
             281              Necessarily Existent Small Schools (1,053 WPUs)        $3,243,700


             282              Professional Staff (-641 WPUs)                ($261,200)
             283              Administrative Costs (25 WPUs)                $120,400
             284              Special Education - Add-on (3,318 WPUs)            $10,605,800
             285              Special Education - Pre-school (193 WPUs)            $843,700
             286              Special Education - Self-contained (264 WPUs)        $1,204,600
             287              Special Education - Extended Year (14 WPUs)        $52,800
             288              Special Education - State Programs (38 WPUs)        $195,600
             289              Career and Technical Education (CTE)
             290               Add-on (526 WPUs)                    $2,208,500
             291              Class Size Reduction (772 WPUs)                $3,375,200
             292          The Legislature intends that the State Board of Education study a student-based funding
             293      allocation model for the Career and Technical Education (CTE) Add-on program that takes into
             294      account the relative cost difference associated with providing various CTE programs and does
             295      not exceed current funding levels appropriated for the program but may include an annual
             296      adjustment for student enrollment growth. The Legislature intends that the State Board of
             297      Education report to the Education Interim Committee, the Public Education Appropriations
             298      Subcommittee, and the Executive Appropriations Committee by October 2012 the potential
             299      allocation models developed by the State Board of Education.
             300      Related to Basic Programs
             301      Item 2 To Related to Basic Programs
             302          From Education Fund
$20,367,300

             303          From Education Fund, One-time
$7,000,000

             304          Schedule of Programs:
             305              To and From School - Pupil Transportation            $6,300,000
             306              Flexible Allocation - WPU Distribution            $261,000
             307              Charter School Local Replacement                $10,610,000
             308              Charter School Administration                $514,300
             309              Educator Salary Adjustments                    $2,682,000


             310              Teacher Supplies and Materials                $5,000,000
             311              Beverley Taylor Sorenson Elementary Arts            $2,000,000
             312          The Legislature intends that enrollment in charter schools in the 2013-14 school year
             313      may increase up to 7,100 students over the projected enrollment of 51,421 in the 2012-13
             314      school year.
             315      Voted and Board Leeway Programs
             316      Item 3 To Voted and Board Leeway Programs
             317          From Education Fund
$13,306,000

             318          From Local Revenue
($5,191,600)

             319          From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
($12,000,000)

             320          From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
$12,000,000

             321          Schedule of Programs:
             322              Voted Leeway                        $939,300
             323              Board Leeway                        $7,175,100
             324          The Legislature intends that the State Board of Education develop a comprehensive
             325      performance measurement plan for the Minimum School Program that identifies specific
             326      program-level outcome and evaluation metrics. This plan shall include program-level
             327      performance detail on all restricted and semi-restricted programs as outlined in the 2011
             328      In-Depth Budget Review. The State Board of Education shall report the details of this plan to
             329      the Public Education Appropriations Subcommittee during the 2013 General Session.
             330      State Board of Education
             331      Item 4 To State Board of Education - State Office of Education
             332          From Education Fund
($2,500)

             333          From Education Fund, One-time
$1,000,000

             334          From Federal Funds
$2,500

             335          From Dedicated Credits Revenue
$200

             336          From General Fund Restricted - Mineral Lease
$200

             337          From Revenue Transfers
$100


             338          From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
($6,162,700)

             339          From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
$6,162,700

             340          Schedule of Programs:
             341              Educational Equity                        $365,400
             342              Assessment and Accountability                $14,390,400
             343              Board and Administration                    $5,622,800
             344              Business Services                        $1,665,600
             345              Career and Technical Education                $22,847,400
             346              District Computer Services                    $5,231,400
             347              Educational Technology                    $3,481,800
             348              Federal Elementary and Secondary Education Act        $125,348,100
             349              Law and Legislation                        $309,200
             350              Public Relations                        $130,700
             351              School Trust                            $513,800
             352              Special Education                        $162,040,900
             353              Teaching and Learning                    $30,368,300
             354              Board of Education - Administration                ($5,612,500)
             355              Student Achievement                        ($362,717,900)
             356              Data and Business Services                    ($1,666,600)
             357              Law, Legislation and Educational Services            ($1,318,300)
             358          The Legislature intends that the State Board of Education address the costs and benefits
             359      of its Early Retirement Incentive Pay Plan and its open Other Post Employment Benefits plan
             360      that allows individuals to accumulate health insurance benefits at retirement. The State Board
             361      should report its findings to the Public Education Appropriations Subcommittee by November
             362      2012.
             363          The Legislature intends that the Utah State Office of Education work with the
             364      legislative fiscal analyst for public education in developing job specific outcome based
             365      performance measures and report these measures to the Public Education Appropriations


             366      Subcommittee by December 2012.
             367          The Legislature intends that the Utah State Office of Education work with the
             368      legislative fiscal analyst for public education in performing cost-benefit analysis on the
             369      activities of the programs within the Utah State Office of Education - Administration line item
             370      and report the results to the Public Education Appropriations Subcommittee before November
             371      2012.
             372          The Legislature intends that the Department of Health, the Utah State Office of
             373      Rehabilitation, and the Utah State Office of Education (Special Education) use funds
             374      previously transferred to support the Utah Developmental Disability Council (UDDC)
             375      information and referral phone/website to instead provide direct client services to individuals
             376      with disabilities. The Legislature further intends the UDDC, as a federally-established and
             377      federally-governed agency, use its federal funds to support its information and referral
             378      phone/website.
             379          The Legislature intends the Department of Health, the Utah State Office of
             380      Rehabilitation, and the Utah State Office of Education (Special Education) use funds
             381      previously transferred to support the Access Utah program to instead contract with a private
             382      human services directory database entity to provide a free information and referral service
             383      statewide for individuals with disabilities.
             384      Item 5 To State Board of Education - Utah State Office of Education - Initiative Programs
             385          From Education Fund
($916,800)

             386          From General Fund Restricted
$5,000

             387          Schedule of Programs:
             388              Contracts and Grants                        ($911,800)
             389      Item 6 To State Board of Education - State Charter School Board
             390          From Federal Funds
($3,433,400)

             391          Schedule of Programs:
             392              State Charter School Board                    ($3,433,400)
             393      Item 7 To State Board of Education - Educator Licensing Professional Practices


             394          From Education Fund Restricted - Professional Practices Subfund
$300

             395          Schedule of Programs:
             396              Educator Licensing                        $300
             397      Item 8 To State Board of Education - State Office of Education - Child Nutrition
             398          From Education Fund
$100

             399          From Federal Funds
$27,000,300

             400          From Dedicated Credits Revenue
$10,958,500

             401          Schedule of Programs:
             402              Child Nutrition                        $37,958,900
             403      Item 9 To State Board of Education - Utah Schools for the Deaf and the Blind
             404          From Education Fund
$19,900

             405          From Dedicated Credits Revenue
$1,000

             406          From Revenue Transfers
$5,000

             407          Schedule of Programs:
             408              Support Services                        $25,900
             409      State Board of Education Indirect Cost Pool Internal Service Funds
             410      Item 10 To State Board of Education Indirect Cost Pool - Indirect Cost Pool
             411          From Dedicated Credits - Intragovernmental Revenue
$600

             412          Schedule of Programs:
             413              Superintendent Indirect Cost Pool                $600
             414          Section 6. Effective date.
             415          This bill takes effect on July 1, 2012.
             416          Section 7. Coordinating S.B. 2 with H.B. 1 -- Superseding substantive
             417      amendments.
             418          If this S.B. 2 and H.B. 1, Public Education Base Budget, both pass and become law, the
             419      Legislature intends that the amendments to Section 53A-17a-135 in this bill supersede the
             420      amendments to Section 53A-17a-135 in H.B. 1 when the Office of Legislative Research and
             421      General Counsel prepares the Utah Code database for publication.


             422     


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