If the general assembly appropriates moneys for the establishment of family resource centers, the department of education, in conjunction with the child development coordinating council, shall establish and coordinate a family resource center demonstration program to provide comprehensive child development and child care services, remedial educational and literacy services, and supportive services to parents who are recipients of assistance under the family investment program and other parents in need of services. The program shall provide for the establishment of family resource centers by the school year commencing July 1, 1994, which shall be located in at least three public schools, one located in a large school district, one located in a medium-sized school district, and one located in a small school district. For purposes of this section a large school district is a district with an actual enrollment of five thousand or more pupils; a medium-sized school district is a district with an actual enrollment that is greater than one thousand one hundred ninety-nine pupils, but less than five thousand pupils; and a small school district is a district with an actual enrollment of one thousand one hundred ninety-nine or fewer pupils.
92 Acts, ch 1221, §4; 93 Acts, ch 150, § 1
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