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WAC 392-700-165

Funding and reimbursement.

(1) OSPI shall apportion funding for an approved program to districts, tribal compact schools, charter schools, or direct funded technical colleges based upon the reported nonvocational and vocational FTE enrollment and the standard reimbursement rates. The standard reimbursement rates are the statewide average annual nonvocational and vocational rates as determined by OSPI pursuant to WAC 392-169-095.
(a) The basic education allocation funded to districts, tribal compact schools, and charter schools will be as follows:
(i) Monthly payments for the months September through December are based on estimated student enrollment projected by the district, tribal compact school, or charter school.
(ii) Beginning in January, monthly payments shall be adjusted to reflect actual student enrollment.
(b) Direct funded technical colleges will be paid quarterly pursuant to WAC 392-121-187 (7)(c).
(2) Distribution of state funding for programs is as follows:
(a) For programs directly operated by a district, tribal compact school, or charter school, the district, tribal compact school, or charter school will retain one hundred percent of the basic education allocation.
(b) For programs directly operated by a direct funded technical college pursuant to WAC 392-121-187, the technical college will retain one hundred percent of the basic education allocation.
(c) For programs operated by a college or agency under a scope of work or contracted services agreement with a district, tribal compact school, or charter school:
(i) The district, tribal compact school, or charter school may retain up to seven percent of the basic education allocation; and
(ii) The agency or college will receive the remaining basic education allocation.
(d) For programs operated as part of a consortium with a consortium lead agency:
(i) The district, tribal compact school, or charter school may retain up to five percent of the basic education allocation;
(ii) The consortium lead may retain up to seven percent of the basic education allocation; and
(iii) The operating agency or college will receive the remaining basic education allocation.
(3) Programs and districts, tribal compact school, or charter school may provide transportation for students but additional funds are not generated or provided.
(4) Students identified as eligible for K-12 transitional bilingual instruction, enrolled in a state-approved K-12 transitional bilingual instructional program pursuant to chapter 392-160 WAC, and receiving transitional bilingual instruction services on or before the monthly count day but within the last month they were claimed for transitional bilingual instruction program enhanced funding, can be claimed by the district, tribal compact school, or charter school for transitional bilingual instruction program enhanced funding for the months of September through June.
(5) Students identified as eligible for special education services and receiving special education services on or before the monthly count day but within the last month they were claimed for special education funding, can be claimed by the district, tribal compact school, or charter school for special education funding for the months of September through June.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.175.010, 28A.175.115. WSR 17-01-125, § 392-700-165, filed 12/20/16, effective 1/20/17. Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.175.100. WSR 15-15-115, § 392-700-165, filed 7/16/15, effective 8/16/15; WSR 14-22-073, § 392-700-165, filed 11/3/14, effective 12/4/14; WSR 13-13-005, § 392-700-165, filed 6/6/13, effective 7/7/13. Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.175.100 and 2010 c 20. WSR 11-17-045, § 392-700-165, filed 8/11/11, effective 9/11/11.]
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