State Financing of Elementary and Secondary Education

ORS 327.880
Failure to meet qualifications

  • retained apportionments


(1)

If a school district applies, but does not qualify for, an apportionment under ORS 327.859 (Apportionments to school districts) and 327.877 (School district qualifications for apportionments), the Department of Education shall:

(a)

Retain the amount of the apportionment the school district would have received if the school district had qualified for the apportionment; and

(b)

Prepare a corrective action plan for the school district;

(2)

The department may use a portion of an amount retained under subsection (1)(a) of this section to prepare and assist a school district to implement a corrective action plan;

(3)

If a school district that does not qualify for an apportionment qualifies for an apportionment in the next year, the department shall apportion to the school district the amount of the retained apportionment that the department did not use under subsection (2) of this section; and

(4)

If a school district that does not qualify for an apportionment in one year does not qualify for an apportionment in the next year, or if a school district does not apply for an apportionment in any year, the department shall, using the process described in ORS 327.859 (Apportionments to school districts), apportion the amount of the retained apportionment to school districts that have qualified for apportionments. [2017 c.1 §14; 2019 c.13 §41]
Note: See note under 327.850 (Short title).

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Jun. 26, 2021