Senate
File
166

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SENATE
FILE
166
BY
COMMITTEE
ON
EDUCATION
(SUCCESSOR
TO
SSB
1028)
A
BILL
FOR
An
Act
relating
to
the
state
school
foundation
program,
by
1
modifying
requirements
for
the
enactment
of
the
state
2
percents
of
growth,
establishing
state
percents
of
growth,
3
modifying
provisions
relating
to
school
district
property
4
tax
replacement
payments,
and
including
effective
date
and
5
applicability
provisions.
6
BE
IT
ENACTED
BY
THE
GENERAL
ASSEMBLY
OF
THE
STATE
OF
IOWA:
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Section
1.
Section
257.8,
subsections
1
and
2,
Code
2017,
1
are
amended
to
read
as
follows:
2
1.
State
percent
of
growth.
The
state
percent
of
growth
3
for
the
budget
year
beginning
July
1,
2014,
is
four
percent.
4
The
state
percent
of
growth
for
the
budget
year
beginning
July
5
1,
2015,
is
one
and
twentyfive
hundredths
percent.
The
state
6
percent
of
growth
for
the
budget
year
beginning
July
1,
2016,
7
is
two
and
twentyfive
hundredths
percent.
The
state
percent
8
of
growth
for
the
budget
year
beginning
July
1,
2017,
is
one
9
and
eleven
hundredths
percent.
The
state
percent
of
growth
for
10
each
subsequent
budget
year
shall
be
established
by
statute
11
which
shall
be
enacted
within
thirty
days
of
the
submission
in
12
the
year
preceding
the
base
year
transmission
of
the
governor’s
13
budget
required
by
February
1
under
section
8.21
during
the
14
regular
legislative
session
beginning
in
the
base
year
.
The
15
establishment
of
the
state
percent
of
growth
for
a
budget
year
16
shall
be
the
only
subject
matter
of
the
bill
which
enacts
the
17
state
percent
of
growth
for
a
budget
year.
18
2.
Categorical
state
percent
of
growth.
The
categorical
19
state
percent
of
growth
for
the
budget
year
beginning
July
20
1,
2014,
is
four
percent.
The
categorical
state
percent
of
21
growth
for
the
budget
year
beginning
July
1,
2015,
is
one
and
22
twentyfive
hundredths
percent.
The
categorical
state
percent
23
of
growth
for
the
budget
year
beginning
July
1,
2016,
is
two
24
and
twentyfive
hundredths
percent.
The
categorical
state
25
percent
of
growth
for
the
budget
year
beginning
July
1,
2017,
26
is
one
and
eleven
hundredths
percent.
The
categorical
state
27
percent
of
growth
for
each
budget
year
shall
be
established
28
by
statute
which
shall
be
enacted
within
thirty
days
of
the
29
submission
in
the
year
preceding
the
base
year
transmission
of
30
the
governor’s
budget
required
by
February
1
under
section
8.21
31
during
the
regular
legislative
session
beginning
in
the
base
32
year
.
The
establishment
of
the
categorical
state
percent
of
33
growth
for
a
budget
year
shall
be
the
only
subject
matter
of
34
the
bill
which
enacts
the
categorical
state
percent
of
growth
35
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for
a
budget
year.
The
categorical
state
percent
of
growth
1
may
include
state
percents
of
growth
for
the
teacher
salary
2
supplement,
the
professional
development
supplement,
the
early
3
intervention
supplement,
and
the
teacher
leadership
supplement.
4
Sec.
2.
Section
257.16B,
subsection
2,
paragraph
d,
5
unnumbered
paragraph
1,
Code
2017,
is
amended
to
read
as
6
follows:
7
For
each
the
budget
year
beginning
on
or
after
July
1,
2016,
8
the
department
of
management
shall
calculate
for
each
school
9
district
all
of
the
following:
10
Sec.
3.
Section
257.16B,
subsection
2,
paragraph
d,
11
subparagraph
(3),
Code
2017,
is
amended
to
read
as
follows:
12
(3)
The
amount
of
each
school
district’s
property
tax
13
replacement
payment.
Each
school
district’s
property
tax
14
replacement
payment
equals
the
school
district’s
weighted
15
enrollment
for
the
budget
year
beginning
July
1,
2016,
16
multiplied
by
the
remainder
of
the
amount
calculated
for
17
the
school
district
under
subparagraph
(2)
minus
the
amount
18
calculated
for
the
school
district
under
subparagraph
(1).
19
Sec.
4.
Section
257.16B,
subsection
2,
Code
2017,
is
amended
20
by
adding
the
following
new
paragraph:
21
NEW
PARAGRAPH
.
e.
For
each
budget
year
beginning
on
22
or
after
July
1,
2017,
the
department
of
management
shall
23
calculate
for
each
school
district
all
of
the
following:
24
(1)
The
regular
program
state
cost
per
pupil
for
the
budget
25
year
beginning
July
1,
2012,
multiplied
by
one
hundred
percent
26
less
the
regular
program
foundation
base
per
pupil
percentage
27
pursuant
to
section
257.1.
28
(2)
The
regular
program
state
cost
per
pupil
for
the
budget
29
year
beginning
July
1,
2017,
multiplied
by
one
hundred
percent
30
less
the
regular
program
foundation
base
per
pupil
percentage
31
pursuant
to
section
257.1.
32
(3)
The
amount
of
each
school
district’s
property
tax
33
replacement
payment.
Each
school
district’s
property
tax
34
replacement
payment
equals
the
school
district’s
weighted
35
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enrollment
for
the
budget
year
multiplied
by
the
remainder
1
of
the
amount
calculated
for
the
school
district
under
2
subparagraph
(2)
minus
the
amount
calculated
for
the
school
3
district
under
subparagraph
(1).
4
Sec.
5.
EFFECTIVE
UPON
ENACTMENT.
This
Act,
being
deemed
of
5
immediate
importance,
takes
effect
upon
enactment.
6
Sec.
6.
APPLICABILITY.
This
Act
applies
to
school
budget
7
years
beginning
on
or
after
July
1,
2017.
8
EXPLANATION
9
The
inclusion
of
this
explanation
does
not
constitute
agreement
with
10
the
explanation’s
substance
by
the
members
of
the
general
assembly.
11
This
bill
relates
to
the
state
school
foundation
program,
by
12
modifying
requirements
for
the
enactment
of
the
state
percents
13
of
growth,
establishing
state
percents
of
growth,
and
modifying
14
provisions
relating
to
school
district
property
tax
replacement
15
payments.
16
The
bill
establishes
a
state
percent
of
growth
of
1.11
17
percent
for
the
budget
year
beginning
July
1,
2017.
The
18
state
percent
of
growth
is
used
to
calculate
the
amount
19
of
supplemental
state
aid
for
a
budget
year
as
part
of
the
20
state
school
foundation
program.
The
bill
also
establishes
21
a
categorical
state
percent
of
growth
of
1.11
percent
for
22
the
budget
year
beginning
July
1,
2017.
The
categorical
23
state
percent
of
growth
is
used
to
calculate
the
amount
of
24
supplemental
state
aid
for
each
of
the
categorical
funding
25
supplements.
26
Current
Code
section
257.8
requires
bills
establishing
the
27
state
percent
of
growth
and
the
categorical
state
percent
of
28
growth
to
be
enacted
within
30
days
of
the
submission
in
the
29
year
preceding
the
base
year
of
the
governor’s
budget.
Code
30
section
257.8
also
requires
the
state
percent
of
growth
and
the
31
categorical
state
percent
of
growth
to
be
enacted
in
separate
32
bills
and
be
the
only
subject
matter
of
each
bill.
The
bill
33
strikes
the
subject
matter
requirement
for
such
bills
and
34
specifies
that
the
enactment
deadline
for
bills
establishing
35
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the
state
percent
of
growth
and
the
categorical
state
percent
1
of
growth
is
within
30
days
of
transmission
of
the
governor’s
2
budget,
which
Code
section
8.21
requires
by
February
1
of
the
3
regular
legislative
session
beginning
in
the
base
year.
4
Current
Code
section
257.16B
provides
for
school
district
5
property
tax
replacement
payments.
For
each
budget
year
6
beginning
on
or
after
July
1,
2016,
each
school
district’s
7
property
tax
replacement
payment
amount
is
equal
to
the
school
8
district’s
weighted
enrollment
for
the
budget
year
multiplied
9
by
the
difference
of
the
following:
(1)
the
regular
program
10
state
cost
per
pupil
for
the
budget
year
beginning
July
1,
11
2016,
multiplied
by
100
percent
less
the
regular
program
12
foundation
base
per
pupil
percentage;
and
(2)
the
regular
13
program
state
cost
per
pupil
for
the
budget
year
beginning
July
14
1,
2012,
multiplied
by
100
percent
less
the
regular
program
15
foundation
base
per
pupil
percentage.
Under
current
law,
the
16
regular
program
foundation
base
per
pupil
percentage
is
87.5
17
percent.
18
The
bill
modifies
the
replacement
payment
calculation
for
19
budget
years
beginning
on
or
after
July
1,
2017.
For
each
20
budget
year
beginning
on
or
after
July
1,
2017,
each
school
21
district’s
property
tax
replacement
payment
amount
is
equal
to
22
the
school
district’s
weighted
enrollment
for
the
budget
year
23
multiplied
by
the
difference
of
the
following:
(1)
the
regular
24
program
state
cost
per
pupil
for
the
budget
year
beginning
July
25
1,
2017,
multiplied
by
100
percent
less
the
regular
program
26
foundation
base
per
pupil
percentage;
and
(2)
the
regular
27
program
state
cost
per
pupil
for
the
budget
year
beginning
July
28
1,
2012,
multiplied
by
100
percent
less
the
regular
program
29
foundation
base
per
pupil
percentage.
30
The
bill
takes
effect
upon
enactment
and
applies
to
school
31
budget
years
beginning
on
or
after
July
1,
2017.
32
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