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Senate Amendment 5126

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PAG LIN
  1  1    Amend Senate File 2338 as follows:
  1  2    #1.  Page 1, by inserting before line 1 the
  1  3 following:
  1  4    "Section 1.  Section 256.11, Code 1999, is amended
  1  5 by adding the following new subsection:
  1  6    NEW SUBSECTION.  9.  Unless a waiver has been
  1  7 obtained under section 256.11A, each school or school
  1  8 district shall provide an articulated sequential
  1  9 elementary-secondary guidance program for grades
  1 10 kindergarten through twelve and a guidance counselor
  1 11 who meets the licensing standards prescribed by the
  1 12 board of educational examiners.  In determining the
  1 13 requirements of this subsection for nonpublic schools,
  1 14 the department shall evaluate the schools on a school
  1 15 system basis rather than on an individual school
  1 16 basis.
  1 17    Sec.    .  Section 256.11A, subsection 1, Code
  1 18 1999, is amended to read as follows:
  1 19    1.  Schools and school districts unable to meet the
  1 20 standard adopted by the state board requiring each
  1 21 school or school district operating a kindergarten
  1 22 through grade twelve program to provide an articulated
  1 23 sequential elementary-secondary guidance program The
  1 24 board of directors of a school district or the
  1 25 authorities in charge of a nonpublic school may, not
  1 26 later than August 1, 1995 1999, for the school year
  1 27 beginning July 1, 1995 1999, file a written request to
  1 28 the department of education that the department waive
  1 29 the requirement for, established in section 256.11,
  1 30 subsection 9, that a school or school district
  1 31 operating a kindergarten through grade twelve program,
  1 32 provide an articulated sequential elementary-secondary
  1 33 guidance program and a guidance counselor who meets
  1 34 the licensing standards prescribed by the board of
  1 35 educational examiners.  The procedures specified in
  1 36 subsection 3 apply to the request.  Not later than
  1 37 August 1, 1996 2000, for the school year beginning
  1 38 July 1, 1996 2000, the board of directors of a school
  1 39 district or the authorities in charge of a nonpublic
  1 40 school may request a one-year extension of the
  1 41 waiver."
  1 42    #2.  Page 3, by inserting after line 35 the
  1 43 following:
  1 44    "Sec.    .  STATE MANDATE FUNDING SPECIFIED.  In
  1 45 accordance with section 25B.2, subsection 3, the state
  1 46 cost of requiring compliance with any state mandate
  1 47 included in section 1 of this Act shall be paid by a
  1 48 school district from state school foundation aid
  1 49 received by the school district under section 257.16.
  1 50 This specification of the payment of the state cost
  2  1 shall be deemed to meet all the state funding-related
  2  2 requirements of section 25B.2, subsection 3, and no
  2  3 additional state funding shall be necessary for the
  2  4 full implementation of this Act by and enforcement of
  2  5 this Act against all affected school districts."
  2  6    #3.  By renumbering as necessary.  
  2  7 
  2  8 
  2  9                               
  2 10 MIKE CONNOLLY
  2 11 SF 2338.501 78
  2 12 kh/as
     

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