TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS ----------- ------------- I. INSTRUCTION A. MEDICINE 1. GENERAL CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 6,455,334 3,507,314 (253.78) (180.87) ADMIM. SPEC. (24.00) ACCT. TECH. (1.00) DATA MGT. (2.00) LAB TECH (5.00) RESEARCH ASSOC. (1.00) RESEARCH SPEC. (21.00) RESEARCH ASSOC. (4.00) ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR (1.00) DENTAL ASST. (3.00) DENTAL HYGIENIST (1.00) STUDENT PROG. COORD. (1.00) ADMIN. SPEC. (3.00) ADMIN. ASST. (2.00) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 27,914,875 18,635,845 (368.97) (322.49) ASSOC. PROFESSOR (5.00) ASST. PROFESSOR (53.00) INSTRUCTORS (7.00) PROFESSOR (3.00) INSTRUCTOR (1.00) ASSISTANT PROFESSSOR (13.00) PROFESSOR (1.00) ASSOC. PROFESSOR (1.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 1,024,612 376,287 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 35,394,821 22,519,446 (775.75) (503.36) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 11,074,383 1,628,892 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 11,074,383 1,628,892 TOTAL INSTRUCTION-MEDICINE-GEN. 46,469,204 24,148,338 (775.75) (503.36) 2. RESTRICTED PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 229,408 (10.87) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 443,141 (4.65) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 60,799 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 733,348 (15.52) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 963,764 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 963,764 _________ TOTAL INSTRUCTION-MED.-REST 1,697,112 (15.52) TOTAL MEDICINE 48,166,316 24,148,338 (791.27) (503.36) B. OTHER COLLEGES 1. GENERAL PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 2,114,505 1,685,804 (121.65) (96.62) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 10,333,888 7,922,796 (209.88) (173.91) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 466,670 138,143 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 12,915,063 9,746,743 (331.53) (270.53) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 9,205,390 1,273,129 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 9,205,390 1,273,129 TOTAL OTHER COLLEGES-GEN 22,120,453 11,019,872 (331.53) (270.53) 2. RESTRICTED PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 112,989 (5.58) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 383,344 (6.15) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 136,987 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 633,320 (11.73) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 2,176,376 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 2,176,376 _________ TOTAL OTHER COLLEGES-RES 2,809,696 (11.73) TOTAL OTHER COLLEGES 24,930,149 11,019,872 (343.26) (270.53) TOTAL INSTRUCTION 73,096,465 35,168,210 (1,134.53) (773.89) II. RESEARCH A. GENERAL PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 3,111,529 48,069 (107.34) (4.63) DIRECTOR, RESEARCH (1.00) RESEARCH DATA ANALYST (1.00) PROG. INFO. COORD. (1.00) ADMIN. SPEC. (2.00) DIRECTOR, TECH. DEVELP. (1.00) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 4,984,276 99,882 (52.97) (.80) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 660,992 130,157 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 8,756,797 278,108 (166.31) (5.43) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 13,836,970 243,622 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 13,836,970 243,622 TOTAL RESEARCH-GENERAL 22,593,767 521,730 (166.31) (5.43) B. RESTRICTED PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 5,506,711 (186.94) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 5,830,969 (122.16) ASSISTANT PROFESSOR (35.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 2,114,592 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 13,452,272 (344.10) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 45,659,543 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 45,659,543 _________ TOTAL RESEARCH-RESTRICTED 59,111,815 (344.10) TOTAL RESEARCH 81,705,582 521,730 (510.41) (5.43) III. PUBLIC SERVICE A. HEALTH COMM. NETWORK PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 362,051 258,498 (18.23) (12.95) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 55,235 33,693 (1.00) (.83) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 3,477 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 420,763 292,191 (19.23) (13.78) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 415,614 22,803 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 415,614 22,803 TOTAL HLTH COMM NETWORK 836,377 314,994 (19.23) (13.78) B. OTHER PUBLIC SERVICE 1. GENERAL PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 608,071 33,160 (27.84) (1.70) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 1,044,638 13,276 (12.75) (.60) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 251,330 17,285 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 1,904,039 63,721 (40.59) (2.30) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 3,167,797 1,246 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 3,167,797 1,246 TOTAL OTHER PUB SERV-GENERAL 5,071,836 64,967 (40.59) (2.30) 2. RESTRICTED PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 359,241 (14.87) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 244,072 (3.94) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 70,291 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 673,604 (18.81) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 1,975,832 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 1,975,832 _________ TOTAL OTHER PUB SERV-RESTRIC. 2,649,436 (18.81) TOTAL PUB SERV-OTHER PUB SERV 7,721,272 64,967 (59.40) (2.30) TOTAL PUBLIC SERVICE 8,557,649 379,961 (78.63) (16.08) IV. ACADEMIC SUPPORT A. LIBRARY PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 483,237 356,785 (26.00) (21.00) WORD PROCESSING SPEC. (1.00) LIBRARY TECH. ASST. (1.00) INFO. RESOURCES COORD. (1.00) ADMIN. SPEC. A (1.00) ARCHIVIST I (1.00) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 586,079 462,531 (16.00) (14.00) ASST. PROFESSOR (1.00) INSTRUCTOR (1.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 44,399 35,296 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 1,113,715 854,612 (49.00) (35.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 1,940,521 874,867 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 1,940,521 874,867 TOTAL ACAD SUPP-LIBRARY 3,054,236 1,729,479 (49.00) (35.00) B. OTHER ACADEMIC SUPPORT PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 2,469,796 1,763,622 (119.12) (92.59) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 2,815,154 2,053,456 (43.28) (30.14) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 229,328 46,092 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 5,514,278 3,863,170 (162.40) (122.73) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 4,302,517 580,344 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 4,302,517 580,344 DEBT SERVICE _________ _________ TOTAL ACAD SUPP-OTHER ACAD SUPPORT 9,816,795 4,443,514 (162.40) (122.73) TOTAL ACADEMIC SUPPORT 12,871,031 6,172,993 (211.40) (157.73) V. STUDENT SERVICES A. GENERAL PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 1,093,201 675,613 (45.90) (33.10) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 583,185 248,559 (6.85) (3.85) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 117,567 3,258 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 1,793,953 927,430 (52.75) (36.95) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 2,388,833 40,091 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 2,388,833 40,091 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE: 4,182,786 967,521 (52.75) (36.95) V. STUDENT SERVICES B. RESTRICTED PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 35,281 (.85) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 59,099 (.38) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 23,340 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 117,720 (1.23) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 109,924 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 109,924 _________ TOTAL RESTRICTED 227,644 (1.23) TOTAL STUDENT SERVICES 4,410,430 967,521 (53.98) (36.95) VI. INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT A. GENERAL PERSONAL SERVICE: PRESIDENT 122,423 122,423 (1.00) (1.00) CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 10,593,246 5,777,070 (398.07) (285.63) ADM. SPEC. (6.00) AUDITOR (1.50) BUSINESS MANAGER (1.00) OFFSET PRESSMAN II (3.00) PUBLIC SAFETY OFFICER (15.00) SECURITY OFFICER (15.00) SUPPLY CLERK (1.00) TECHNICIAN (2.00) VEHICLE OPERATOR II (5.00) ASSOCIATE/ANNUAL GIVING (1.00) DIR/CORD & FOUND REC (1.00) RESEACHER (1.00) DIR. DEVEL. CLINIC LENTERS (1.00) ADMIN. ASST. (1.00) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 1,698,724 1,310,837 (19.75) (16.25) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 585,013 94,435 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 12,999,406 7,304,765 (473.32) (302.88) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 34,218,414 1,981,177 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 34,218,414 1,981,177 DEBT SERVICE DEBT SERVICE 1,295 1,295 TOTAL DEBT SERVICE 1,295 1,295 TOTAL INSTITUTIONAL SUP.-GEN 47,219,115 9,287,237 (473.32) (302.88) B. RESTRICTED PERSONAL SERVICE: OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 179,079 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 179,079 OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 13,674 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 13,674 _________ TOTAL INSTITUTIONAL SUP.-RES 192,753 TOTAL INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT 47,411,868 9,287,237 (473.32) (302.88) VII. OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 5,696,201 3,263,310 (297.50) (207.50) CUSTODIAL WORKER II (8.00) MAINTENANCE MECHANIC (2.00) FOREMEN/ASST. FOREMAN (4.00) MECHANICS (40.00) TRADES HELPER (6.00) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 79,770 68,302 (1.00) (1.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 505,570 244,782 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 6,281,541 3,576,394 (358.50) (208.50) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 20,804,925 3,897,310 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 20,804,925 3,897,310 TOTAL OPERATIONS & MAINT. 27,086,466 7,473,704 (358.50) (208.50) VIII. SCHOLARSHIPS & FELLOWSHIPS A. GENERAL OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 390,591 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 390,591 _________ TOTAL SCHOLARSH. & FELLOW-GEN 390,591 B. RESTRICTED OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 2,417,364 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 2,417,364 _________ TOTAL SCHOLARSH. & FEL.-RES 2,417,364 TOTAL SCHOLARSH. & FEL. 2,807,955 IX. AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 273,884 (12.20) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS (1.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 48,698 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 322,582 (13.20) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 795,494 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 795,494 TOTAL AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES 1,118,076 (13.20) X. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS C. STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 22,189,222 11,283,388 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 22,189,222 11,283,388 TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 22,189,222 11,283,388 XI. NON-RECURRING FORMULA ADJUSTMENT 547,420 _________ TOTAL NON-RECURRING APPRO. 547,420 TOTAL MEDICAL UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA 281,802,164 71,254,744 TOTAL AUTH. FTE POSITIONS (2,833.97) (1,501.46)
TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS ----------- ------------- I. MEDICAL CENTER A. GENERAL PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 79,096,688 4,716,063 (3,952.94) (230.00) NURSE ANESTHETIST (5.00) SUPPLY TECHNICIAN (1.00) BIOMEDICAL TECHNICIAN I (1.00) ADMINISTRATIVE SPECIALIST A (1.00) ADMINISTRATIVE SPECIALIST B (1.00) CLT III (1.00) CYTOTECHNOLOGIST I (1.00) HISTOLOGY TECHNICIAN (1.00) MEDICAL TECHNICIAN I (8.00) PHLEBOTOMIST TECH I (2.00) PHLEBOTOMIST TECH II (2.00) PROGRAM ANALYST (1.00) RESPIRATORY THERAPIST I (1.00) RESPIRATORY THERAPIST II (23.00) RESPIRATORY THERAPY SUPERVISOR (1.00) RESPIRATORY THERAPY TECHNICIAN (20.00) DIRECTOR (1.00) DIRECTOR OF PREVENTION/CONTROL (1.00) DIRECTOR OF BASIC RESEARCH (1.00) DIRECTOR OF CLINICAL RESEARCH (1.00) ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR (4.00) ASSISTANT PROFESSOR (4.00) PROGRAM INFO COORDINATOR II (1.00) ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT II (1.00) ADMINISTRATIVE SPECIALIST C (2.00) ADMINISTRATIVE SPECIALIST B (4.00) EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR (1.00) ACCOUNTING TECHNICIAN II (1.00) DIRECTOR, PROSTATE DIAGNOSTIC CNTR. (1.00) TECHNICIAN (1.00) NURSE MANAGER (1.00) STAFF DIRECTOR, CANCER NETWORK (1.00) COMMUNITY EDUCATION COORDINATOR (1.00) ADMINISTRATIVE SPECIALIST B (1.00) RESEARCH SPECIALIST (18.00) PROFESSOR (1.00) ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR (3.00) ASSISTANT PROFESSOR (3.00) ADMINISTRATIVE SPECIALIST B (3.00) DIRECTOR, EPIDEMIOLOGY STAFF (1.00) ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT I (1.00) STUDY MANAGER (1.00) PROGRAMMER/ANALYST (1.00) LABORATORY TECHNICIAN (1.00) ADMINISTRATIVE SPECIALIST B (1.00) STAFF NURSE (6.00) LPN (7.00) WARD CLERKS (2.00) PEDIATRICS NURSE (3.00) PEDIATRICS WARD CLERK (1.00) SOCIAL WORKER III (1.00) REGULAR DIETITIAN (1.00) DIET TECHNICIAN (1.00) PROGRAM NURSE SPECIALIST (1.00) CASE MANAGER (1.00) SUPPLY SPECIALIST II (1.00) TELEPHONE OPERATOR (1.00) ADMINISTRATIVE SPECIALIST A (4.00) ACCOUNTING TECHNICIAN II (2.00) CLERICAL SPECIALIST B (1.00) TRANSPORTER/RUNNER (6.00) WORD PROCESSING SPECIALIST (3.00) ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF EDUCATION (1.00) STAFF CHAPLAIN (3.00) PUBLICATIONS WRITER (1.00) GRAPHICS ARTIST (1.00) TELEMARKETING COORD. (2.00) MARKETING MANAGER (1.00) RN (50.00) LPN (10.00) PATIENT CARE ASST. (20.00) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 5,360,574 305,262 (74.48) (4.00) ASST. PROFESSOR (1.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 20,302,932 1,267,697 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 104,760,194 6,289,022 (4,291.42) (234.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 278,935,620 9,511,026 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 278,935,620 9,511,026 SPECIAL ITEMS MUSC POOL FUNDS 32,070,000 32,070,000 TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 32,070,000 32,070,000 TOTAL GENERAL 415,765,814 47,870,048 (4,291.42) (234.00) B. RESTRICTED OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 500,000 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 500,000 _________ TOTAL MEDICAL CTR-RESTRICTED 500,000 TOTAL MEDICAL CENTER 416,265,814 47,870,048 (4,291.42) (234.00) II. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS C. STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIB. EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 23,552,113 1,447,879 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 23,552,113 1,447,879 TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 23,552,113 1,447,879 III. NON-RECURRING FORMULA ADJUSTMENT 130,795 _________ TOTAL NON-RECURRING APPRO. 130,795 TOTAL MEDICAL UNIVERSITY OF SC HOSPITAL 439,948,722 49,317,927 TOTAL AUTHORIZED FTE POSITIONS (4,291.42) (234.00)
TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS ----------- ------------- I. CONSORTIUM A. GENERAL PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 232,723 232,723 (10.58) (10.58) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 258,656 258,656 (4.68) (4.68) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 17,645 17,645 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 509,024 509,024 (15.26) (15.26) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 2,289,810 652,483 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 2,289,810 652,483 TOTAL CONSORTIUM-GENERAL 2,798,834 1,161,507 (15.26) (15.26) B. RESTRICTED PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 33,000 (.57) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 127,800 (.95) _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 160,800 (1.52) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 1,357,400 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 1,357,400 _________ TOTAL CONSORTIUM-RESTRICTED 1,518,200 (1.52) TOTAL CONSORTIUM 4,317,034 1,161,507 (16.78) (15.26) II. FAMILY PRACTICE PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 211,008 211,008 (10.63) (10.63) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 637,152 637,152 (2.73) (2.73) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 15,000 15,000 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 863,160 863,160 (13.36) (13.36) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 4,597,769 1,012,149 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 4,597,769 1,012,149 TOTAL FAMILY PRACTICE 5,460,929 1,875,309 (13.36) (13.36) III. GRADUATE DOCTOR ED. OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 3,960,677 1,550,848 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 3,960,677 1,550,848 TOTAL GRADUATE DOCTOR ED. 3,960,677 1,550,848 IV. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS C. STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIB. EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 304,203 272,403 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 304,203 272,403 TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 304,203 272,403 V. SPECIAL ITEMS RURAL PHYSICIAN PROGRAM 886,506 886,506 NURSE RECRUITMENT & RETENTION 39,638 39,638 TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 926,144 926,144 TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 926,144 926,144 VI. NON-RECURRING FORMULA ADJUSTMENT 100,604 4,805 TOTAL NON-RECURRING APPRO. 100,604 4,805 TOTAL CONSORTIUM OF COMM. TEACHING HOSPITALS 15,069,591 5,791,016 TOTAL AUTHORIZED FTE POSITIONS (30.14) (28.62) TOTAL MEDICAL UNIV. OF SC 736,820,477 126,363,687 TOTAL AUTHORIZED FTE POS. (7,155.53) (1,764.08)
19M.1. (Family Practice Residency System) Statewide family practice residency system funds appropriated for faculty salaries, teaching services, and consultant fees may only be expended when the above activities are accomplished for educational purposes in the family practice centers. Authorization is hereby granted to the Medical University of South Carolina to expend such funds in hospital-based clinical settings apart from the consortium hospital, when such settings are determined by the President of the Medical University of South Carolina with approval of the Board of the Medical University to provide appropriate educational experience and opportunities to the family practice residents and these funds shall not be transferred to any other program.
19M.2. (Ombudsman Program) From the funds appropriated in this section, the Medical University of South Carolina shall provide the space needed for the Ombudsman Program of the Office of the Governor and shall provide pertinent written statements, documents, exhibits and other items, as well as any other assistance, that is deemed necessary for the performance of the program's mandates.
19M.3. (AHEC Annual Audit) The funds appropriated herein for the South Carolina Area Health Education Consortium shall be audited by the State Auditor. Each consortium hospital shall submit to the State Auditor a copy of their independent annual audit.
19M.4. (AHEC Residency Programs Formula Funding) South Carolina Area Health Education Consortium (S.C. AHEC) shall be awarded funding for the Statewide Family Practice Residency System and the Graduate Doctor Education Program based on the appropriate formula, as approved by the S.C. AHEC and the Commission on Higher Education, and the level of funding shall be the same percentage as the other State Institutions of Higher Education.
19M.5. (AHEC Residency Programs Funds) Funds allocated for the residency programs (Statewide Family Practice and Graduate Doctor Education) shall be used for those programs only. Funds allocated for the Area Health Education Center program shall be used for that program only.
19M.6. (AHEC Rural Physician Recruitment Program) The SC AHEC physician recruitment office shall administer the funds appropriated to The Medical University of South Carolina for the "rural physician recruitment program." The fiscal and management affairs shall be the responsibility of the Medical University of South Carolina. A Board is hereby created to oversee the selection process and allocation of these funds. The Board will be composed of the following: The Executive Director, or his designee, of the SC Primary Care Association; the Dean, or his designee, of the USC School of Medicine; the Executive Director, or his designee, of the SC Medical Association; two representatives from rural health care settings, one to be appointed by the Chairman of the Senate Medical Affairs Committee and one to be appointed by the Chairman of the House Medical, Military, Public and Municipal Affairs Committee; the Commissioner, or his designee, of the Department of Health and Environmental Control; the Executive Director, or his designee, of the South Carolina Hospital Association; and the Commissioner, or his designee, of the Commission on Higher Education.
19M.9. (AHEC & Other Fund Transfers) MUSC must generate $7,482,776 of earned funds. These funds shall be allocated to the Consortium of Community Teaching Hospitals (AHEC) program in a manner determined by the President and Chief Financial Officer of MUSC.
19M.10. (Transfer of Earned Revenue) The Medical University of South Carolina must remit $112,482,776 of earned revenue to the General Fund for the current fiscal year.
19M.11. (AHEC Rural and Managed Care Programs) Of the funds appropriated herein for Family Practice Residency Programs, $200,000 of these funds shall be used to encourage family practitioners to provide services to rural county medicaid clients and to encourage AHEC "managed care centers" in rural areas. Presently funded Physicians shall not be affected by this proviso.
TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS ----------- ------------- I. ADMINISTRATION PERSONAL SERVICE: EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR 100,323 100,323 (1.00) (1.00) CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 1,468,451 1,468,451 (51.70) (51.70) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 377,070 377,070 (6.00) (6.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 13,110 13,110 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 1,958,954 1,958,954 (58.70) (58.70) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 616,494 616,494 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 616,494 616,494 SPECIAL ITEMS: GREENVILLE HIGHER EDUCATION CENTER 337,694 337,694 TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 337,694 337,694 TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 2,913,142 2,913,142 (58.70) (58.70) II. INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS A. TECHNICAL COLLEGES PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 39,308,954 33,629,887 (1,701.77) (1,483.41) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 62,295,342 44,328,581 (1,435.56) (1,280.89) INSTRUCTORS (413.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 17,778,507 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 119,382,803 77,958,468 (3,550.33) (2,764.30) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 28,683,675 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 28,683,675 SPECIAL ITEMS EQUIPMENT 3,247,503 PURCHASE RESALE-CNSM GDS 11,792,147 SALES TAX PAID 46,050 REVENUE REMISSION AND EXEMPTION 494,800 SCHOLARSHIPS 58,800 TRANSFERS TO CAPITAL 1,627,465 CONTINGENCY 1,851,490 SHORT-TERM & INNOVATIVE TRAINING 632,916 632,916 MISSING & EXPLOITED CHILDREN 94,291 94,291 FORMULA ADJUSTMENT 6,781,242 6,781,242 TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 26,626,704 7,508,449 DEBT SERVICE PRINCIPLE PAYMENTS 55,555 INTEREST PAYMENTS 104,381 SERVICES CHARGES 8,200 PRINCIPAL - IPP NOTE 49,009 INTEREST - IPP NOTE 8,761 _________ TOTAL DEBT SERVICE 225,906 _________ TOTAL TECHNICAL COLLEGES 174,919,088 85,466,917 (3,550.33) (2,764.30) B. RESTRICTED PROGRAMS PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 4,563,472 (181.62) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 1,442,609 (69.04) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 3,898,876 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 9,904,957 (250.66) SPECIAL ITEMS MISC. GENERAL OPERATIONS 11,202,907 _________ TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 11,202,907 _________ TOTAL RESTRICTED PROGRAMS 21,107,864 (250.66) C. DATA PROCESSING SUPPORT PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 532,078 532,078 (19.50) (19.50) TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 532,078 532,078 (19.50) (19.50) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 534,556 534,556 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 534,556 534,556 TOTAL DATA PROCESSING SUP. 1,066,634 1,066,634 (19.50) (19.50) D. INNOVATIVE TECH. TRAINING OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 1,610 1,610 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 1,610 1,610 SPECIAL ITEMS MISC GEN OPER 470,397 470,397 TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 470,397 470,397 TOTAL INNOVATIVE TECHNICAL TRAINING 472,007 472,007 E. EMPLOYEE BEN. (FORMULA FU EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 28,973,953 20,350,069 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 28,973,953 20,350,069 TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS FORMULA FUNDING 28,973,953 20,350,069 TOTAL INSTRUCT. PROG. 226,539,546 107,355,627 (3,820.49) (2,783.80) III. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT A. ADMINISTRATION CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 1,708,828 1,603,492 (60.00) (55.00) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 139,283 118,015 (3.00) (2.00) TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 1,848,111 1,721,507 (63.00) (57.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 658,950 658,950 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 658,950 658,950 SPECIAL ITEMS MISC GEN OPER 661,785 25,000 TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 661,785 25,000 TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 3,168,846 2,405,457 (63.00) (57.00) B. SPECIAL SCHOOLS OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 1,170,267 1,170,267 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 1,170,267 1,170,267 SPECIAL ITEMS MISC. GENERAL OPERATIONS 5,380,157 3,895,157 TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 5,380,157 3,895,157 TOTAL SPECIAL SCHL. TRAINING 6,550,424 5,065,424 TOTAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 9,719,270 7,470,881 (63.00) (57.00) IV. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS C. STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIB. EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 1,194,251 1,148,636 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 1,194,251 1,148,636 TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 1,194,251 1,148,636 V. NON-RECURRING APPROPR. SPECIAL ITEMS FORMULA ADJUSTMENT 770,401 _________ TOTAL NON-RECURRING APPRO. 770,401 TOTAL NON-RECURRING 770,401 TOTAL TECHNICAL & COMPREHENSIVE EDUC. BD 241,136,610 118,888,286 TOTAL AUTHOR. FTE POSITIONS (3,942.19) (2,899.50)
19N.1. (Real Property Acquisition) Before any local technical education area commission may acquire any real property, the approval of the State Board for Technical and Comprehensive Education and the State Budget and Control Board and the Joint Bond Review Committee shall be obtained.
19N.3. (Training of New & Expanding Industry) Notwithstanding the amounts appropriated in this section for "Special Schools", it is the intent of the General Assembly that the State Board for Technical and Comprehensive Education expend whatever available funds as are necessary to provide direct training for new and expanding business or industry. In the event expenditures are above the appropriation, the appropriation in this section for "Special Schools" shall be appropriately adjusted, if and only if, revenues exceed projections and the Budget and Control Board and the Joint Appropriations Review Committee approve the adjustment.
19N.4. (Training of New & Expanded Industry Carry Forward) In addition to the funds appropriated in this section, any of the funds appropriated under this section for the prior fiscal year which are not expended during that fiscal year may be carried forward and expended for direct training of new and expanding industry in the current fiscal year.
TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS ----------- ------------- I. SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCATION PERSONAL SERVICE STATE SUPER. OF EDUCATION 90,203 90,203 (1.00) (1.00) CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 999,515 826,846 (32.65) (26.25) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 16,144 16,144 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 1,105,862 933,193 (33.65) (27.25) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 385,347 351,847 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 385,347 351,847 TOTAL STATE SUPT OF EDUC. 1,491,209 1,285,040 (33.65) (27.25) II. STATE BOARD OF EDUC. PERSONAL SERVICE OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 11,699 11,699 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 11,699 11,699 OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 49,480 49,480 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 49,480 49,480 TOTAL STATE BOARD OF EDUC. 61,179 61,179 III. DIVISION OF POLICY PERSONAL SERVICE CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 2,218,931 2,108,357 (76.17) (69.86) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 40,397 40,397 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 2,259,328 2,148,754 (76.17) (69.86) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 2,459,667 1,752,367 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 2,459,667 1,752,367 DISTRIBUTION TO SUBD AID TO SCHOOL DISTRICTS 282,998 282,998 AID TO OTHER STATE AGENCIES 865 865 AID TO OTHER ENTITIES 87,142 87,142 TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 371,005 371,005 TOTAL DIVISION OF POLICY 5,090,000 4,272,126 (76.17) (69.86) IV. DIVISION OF DEVELOPMENT A. ADMINISTRATION PERSONAL SERVICE CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 2,020,448 1,660,007 (53.00) (37.17) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 31,272 26,272 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 2,051,720 1,686,279 (53.00) (37.17) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 1,468,362 398,976 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 1,468,362 398,976 DISTRIBUTION TO SUBDIVISIONS ALLOC SCHOOL DIST 8,045,000 ALLOC OTHER STATE AGENCIES 185,000 ALLOC OTHER ENTITIES 225,000 _________ TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 8,455,000 _________ TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 11,975,082 2,085,255 (53.00) (37.17) B. TEXTBOOKS AND AV LIBRARY PERSONAL SERVICE CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 429,742 429,742 (20.00) (20.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 8,160 8,160 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 437,902 437,902 (20.00) (20.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 1,518,935 341,835 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 1,518,935 341,835 SPECIAL ITEM INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS 17,318,072 17,318,072 TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 17,318,072 17,318,072 TOTAL TEXTBKS AND AV LIB. 19,274,909 18,097,809 (20.00) (20.00) TOTAL DIVISION OF DEV. 31,249,991 20,183,064 (73.00) (57.17) V. DIVISION OF COLLABORATION PERSONAL SERVICE CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 2,646,342 872,178 (86.80) (30.95) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 22,500 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 2,668,842 872,178 (86.80) (30.95) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 1,546,103 144,778 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 1,546,103 144,778 DISTRIBUTION TO SUBDIVISIONS ALLOC SCHOOL DIST 24,655,000 ALLOC OTHER STATE AGENCIES 5,522,000 ALLOC OTHER ENTITIES 932,000 _________ TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 31,109,000 TOTAL DIV. OF COLLABORATION 35,323,945 1,016,956 (86.80) (30.95) VI. DIVISION OF CURRICULUM PERSONAL SERVICE CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 3,175,319 1,635,068 (90.68) (49.05) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 64,700 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 3,240,019 1,635,068 (90.68) (49.05) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 2,010,082 371,562 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 2,010,082 371,562 SPECIAL ITEM DISTRIBUTION TO SUBDIVISIONS CASE SERVICES 185,000 _________ TOTAL CASE SRVC/PUB ASST 185,000 ALLOC SCHOOL DIST 150,892,250 ALLOC OTHER STATE AGENCIES 2,359,000 ALLOC OTHER ENTITIES 824,500 AID SCHOOL DISTRICTS 5,621 5,621 AID SCHL DIST-BASIC SKILLS 1,902 1,902 AID OTHER STATE AGENCIES 660 660 AID TO OTHER ENTITIES 43,038 43,038 TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 154,126,971 51,221 TOTAL DIV. OF CURRICULUM 159,562,072 2,057,851 (90.68) (49.05) VII. DIVISION OF BUSINESS PERSONAL SERVICE CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 1,615,105 1,365,842 (59.75) (53.38) TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 1,615,105 1,365,842 (59.75) (53.38) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 656,372 613,080 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 656,372 613,080 TOTAL DIVISION OF BUSINESS 2,271,477 1,978,922 (59.75) (53.38) VIII. DIV. OF COMMUNICA. PERSONAL SERVICE CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 575,598 575,598 (17.00) (17.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 5,971 5,971 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 581,569 581,569 (17.00) (17.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 70,235 65,735 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 70,235 65,735 TOTAL DIV. OF COMMUNICA. 651,804 647,304 (17.00) (17.00) IX. DIVISION OF SUPPORT SERVICE A. ADMINISTRATION PERSONAL SERVICE CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 2,246,429 1,499,153 (61.00) (38.85) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 1,000 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 2,247,429 1,499,153 (61.00) (38.85) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 731,382 135,737 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 731,382 135,737 DISTRIBUTION TO SUBDIVISIONS ALLOC SCHOOL DIST 117,175,000 ALLOC OTHER STATE AGENCIES 3,500,000 _________ TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 120,675,000 _________ TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 123,653,811 1,634,890 (61.00) (38.85) B. BUS SHOPS AND TRANS. PERSONAL SERVICE CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 9,407,834 8,792,342 (473.75) (427.75) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 165,976 130,976 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 9,573,810 8,923,318 (473.75) (427.75) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 12,096,039 11,087,539 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 12,096,039 11,087,539 SPECIAL ITEMS SCHOOL BUS MAINT. SUPPLIES 4,718,281 4,718,281 NON-RECURRING APPROPRIATION SCHOOL BUSES & OTHER VEH. 2,000,000 1,000,000 TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 6,718,281 5,718,281 DISTRIBUTION TO SUBDIVISIONS ALLOC SCHOOL DIST 30,000 AID SCHL DIST-DRVRS SLRY/F 26,015,896 26,015,896 AID SCHL DIST-CONTRACT DRI 398,383 398,383 AID SCHL DIST-BUS DRV AIDE 161,322 161,322 AID OTHER STATE AGENCIES 103,766 103,766 TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 26,709,367 26,679,367 TOTAL BUS SHOPS AND TRANSPORTATION 55,097,497 52,408,505 (473.75) (427.75) TOTAL DIVISION OF SUPPORT SERVICES 178,751,308 54,043,395 (534.75) (466.60) X. EDUCATION IMPROVEMENT ACT A. RAISE ACADEMIC STANDARDS OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 10,698 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 10,698 AID TO SUBDIVISIONS ALLOC EIA-CREDITS HS DIPL 5,320,000 ALLOC EIA-ADV PLACEMENT 1,750,000 ALLOC EIA-GIFT/TALENT PRG 21,962,250 ALLOC EIA-MOD VOC EQUIP 8,060,000 ALLOC EIA-HNDCAP STD SRVC 3,366,692 ALLOC EIA-SCH DIST JR SCHOLARS 49,302 ALLOC EIA-ADULT EDUCATION 5,704,958 ALLOC EIA-OTHER ENTITIES 31,500 ALLOC-EIA-OTHER 158,500 _________ TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 46,403,202 _________ TOTAL RAISE ACAD. STANDARDS 46,413,900 B. BASIC SKILLS 1. ADMINISTRATION PERSONAL SERVICE CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 241,077 (8.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 21,000 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 262,077 (8.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 1,661,742 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 1,661,742 AID TO SUBDIVISIONS ALLOC EIA-BASIC SKILL TEST 5,274 ALLOC EIA-4 YR EARLY CHILD 15,682,836 ALLOC EIA-BASIC SKILL 66,346,699 ALLOC ED IMPV-EXIT EXAM 5,000 ALLOC EIA-SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS SAL 897,343 ALLOC EIA-OTHER AGENCIES 180,000 _________ TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 83,117,152 _________ TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 85,040,971 (8.00) 2. 5TH AND 11TH GRADE TESTING OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 123,250 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 123,250 _________ TOTAL 5TH & 11TH GRADE TESTING 123,250 3. EARLY CHILDHOOD ASSESSMENT PERSONAL SERVICE CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 95,182 (3.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 10,000 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 105,182 (3.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 89,005 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 89,005 _________ TOTAL EARLY CHILDHD. ASSESS. 194,187 (3.00) 4. REMEDIAL & COMPENSATORY ASSES PERSONAL SERVICE CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 99,524 (4.00) _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 99,524 (4.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 30,636 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 30,636 _________ TOTAL REMED.&COMP ASSESS. 130,160 (4.00) TOTAL BASIC SKILLS 85,488,568 (15.00) C. TEACHING PROFESSION 1. ADMINISTRATION PERSONAL SERVICE CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 466,345 (16.50) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 15,500 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 481,845 (16.50) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 2,142,234 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 2,142,234 AID TO SUBDIVISIONS ALLOC EIA-TEACHER SLRS 82,417,920 ALLOC EIA-EMPLYR CONTRIB 14,003,692 ALLOC EIA-PATHWAY COORD 1,248,000 ALLOC EIA-PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 1,411,421 ALLOC EIA-COMP TCHR GRANTS 1,220,000 ALLOC EIA-CRIT TEACH NEEDS 700,000 ALLOC ED IMPV-EQUIPMENT 231,775 _________ TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 101,232,808 _________ TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 103,856,887 (16.50) 2. TEACHING EDUCATION OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 47,600 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 47,600 _________ TOTAL TEACHING EDUCATION 47,600 3. PROFESSIONAL TEACHING CERTIFI OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 398,620 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 398,620 _________ TOTAL PROF TEACH. CERTIF. 398,620 4. TUITION REIMBURSEMENT AID TO SUBDIVISIONS ALLOC EIA-TUITION REIMBURSE 910,000 _________ TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 910,000 _________ TOTAL TUITION REIMBURSEMENT 910,000 5. BLACK HISTORY & SC HISTORY PERSONAL SERVICE CLASSIFIED POSITIONS (1.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 13,400 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 13,400 (1.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 106,793 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 106,793 AID TO SUBDIVISIONS ALLOC EIA-REIMB SCH DIST 3,000 ALLOC EIA-OTHER AGENCIES 45,500 _________ TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 48,500 _________ TOTAL BLACK HISTORY AND S C HISTORY 168,693 (1.00) 6. TEACHER EVALUATION SYSTEM OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 50,000 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 50,000 OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 231,284 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 231,284 AID TO SUBDIVISIONS _________ _________ TOTAL TEACHER EVAL. SYSTEM 281,284 7. CAMPUS INCENTIVE PROGRAM PERSONAL SERVICE CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 43,260 (1.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 2,000 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 45,260 (1.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 57,954 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 57,954 ALLOC EIA-CAMPUS INCT. PROG. 11,442,182 _________ TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 11,442,182 _________ TOTAL CAMPUS INCT. PROG. 11,545,396 (1.00) TOTAL TEACHING PROFESSION 117,208,480 (18.50) D. LEADERSHIP MANAGEMENT & EFF 1. LEADERSHIP MANAGEMENT PERSONAL SERVICE CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 278,979 (8.50) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 4,690 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 283,669 (8.50) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 291,849 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 291,849 AID TO SUBDIVISIONS ALLOC EIA-ADM APPRENTICE 743,426 ALLOC EIA-SLRY SUPP PRINCI 2,603,267 _________ TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 3,346,693 _________ TOTAL LEADERSHIP MGMT 3,922,211 (8.50) 2. SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS PERSONAL SERVICE OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 2,000 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 2,000 OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 107,904 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 107,904 _________ TOTAL SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS 109,904 TOTAL LEADERSHIP MGMT & EFFICIENCY 4,032,115 (8.50) E. QUALITY CONTROL & PRODUCTION 1. SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PERSONAL SERVICE CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 90,103 (2.50) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 7,500 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 97,603 (2.50) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 31,646 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 31,646 _________ TOTAL SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT 129,249 (2.50) 2. SCHOOL INCENTIVE GRANTS PERSONAL SERVICE CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 39,240 (1.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 10,736 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 49,976 (1.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 111,342 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 111,342 DIST SUBDIVISIONS ALLOC ED IMPV-INCENT. GRANTS 5,000,000 _________ TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 5,000,000 _________ TOTAL SCHOOL INCENT. GRANTS 5,161,318 (1.00) TOTAL QUALITY CONTROL & PRODUCTION 5,290,567 (3.50) F. SCHOOL BUILDING AID AID TO SUBDIVISIONS ALLOC EIA-CONSTR & RENV 15,416,909 _________ TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 15,416,909 _________ TOTAL SCHOOL BUILDING AID 15,416,909 G. SCHOOL INTERVENTION PERSONAL SERVICE CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 307,153 (9.00) _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 307,153 (9.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 215,255 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 215,255 AID TO SUBDIVISIONS ALLOC EIA-IMPAIRED DIST 200,000 _________ TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 200,000 _________ TOTAL SCHOOL INTERVENTION 722,408 (9.00) H. EIA IMPLEMENTATION 1. ADMINISTRATION OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 599,124 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 599,124 _________ TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 599,124 2. DIVISION OF ACCOUNTING PERSONAL SERVICE CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 140,258 (5.00) _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 140,258 (5.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 59,716 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 59,716 _________ TOTAL DIV OF ACCOUNTABILITY 199,974 (5.00) 3. DIVISION OF AUDITS PERSONAL SERVICE CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 169,982 _________ (5.50) _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 169,982 (5.50) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 51,050 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 51,050 _________ TOTAL DIV OF AUDITS 221,032 (5.50) TOTAL EIA IMPLEMENTATION 1,020,130 (10.50) I. EFFECTIVE PARTNERSHIP 1. EFFECTIVE PARTNERS PERSONAL SERVICE CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 58,372 (2.00) _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 58,372 (2.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 8,416 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 8,416 AID TO SUBDIVISIONS ALLOC EIA-EFFECT PARTNER 156,309 _________ TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 156,309 _________ TOTAL EFFECTIVE PARTNERS 223,097 (2.00) 2. BUSINESS INDUSTRY INVOLVEMT. OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 39,905 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 39,905 _________ TOTAL BUSINESS INDUSTRY INVOLVEMENT 39,905 3. COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 20,000 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 20,000 _________ TOTAL COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT 20,000 TOTAL EFFECTIVE PARTNERSHIP 283,002 (2.00) J. EIA STATE EMP. CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 602,132 _________ TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 602,132 _________ TOTAL EIA ST EMPLOYER CONTRIB 602,132 K. OTHER STATE AGEN. AND ENTI ALLOC EIA-SELECT COMM 205,000 ALLOC EIA-JNT BUS ED PROG 108,189 ALLOC EIA-TEACHER/OTHER PAY 109,342 ALLOC EIA-WILL LOU GREY SCH 424,365 ALLOC EIA-SCH DEAF & BLIND 2,001,919 ALLOC EIA-MENTAL RETARD 1,030,435 ALLOC EIA-ALCHOL/DRUG ABUSE 1,104,921 ALLOC EIA-JH DE LA HOWE SCH 240,277 ALLOC EIA-CENTERS OF EXC. 367,850 ALLOC EIA-TCHR RECRUIT PROG 1,328,396 ALLOC EIA-TCHR LOAN PROG 4,775,000 ALLOC EIA-CONTINUUM CARE 6,817,163 ALLOC EIA-SCHL CNCL PROJ 173,735 ALLOC EIA-BUSINESS ED PARTNERSHIP 108,189 ALLOC EIA-TCHR LEADERSHIP 700,000 _________ TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 19,494,781 _________ TOTAL OTHER ST. AGYS & ENT. 19,494,781 L. NEW INITIATIVES OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 37,787 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 37,787 OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 81,439 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 81,439 AID TO SUBDIVISIONS ALLOC EIA-OTHER ENTITIES 500 ALLOC EIA-OTHER STATE AGENCIES 16,475 SCHOOL INNOVATION GRANTS 3,300,000 ALLOC EIA-ARTS CURRICULA 1,182,614 _________ TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 4,499,589 _________ TOTAL NEW INITIATIVES 4,618,815 M. NEW INITIAT.-DROPOUT PREVENTION PERSONAL SERVICE CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 78,598 (2.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 54,632 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 133,230 (2.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 116,738 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 116,738 AID TO SUBDIVISIONS ALLOC EIA-DROPOUT PROGRAM 5,127,662 _________ TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 5,127,662 _________ TOTAL NEW INITIATIVES-DROPOUT PREVENTION 5,377,630 (2.00) N. NEW INITIAT.-PARENTING PROGRAM PERSONAL SERVICE CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 39,962 (1.00) _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 39,962 (1.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 21,975 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 21,975 AID TO SUBDIVISIONS ALLOC EIA-PARENT SUPPORT 5,356,158 _________ TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 5,356,158 TOTAL NEW INITIATIVES-PARENTING PROGRAM 5,418,095 (1.00) O. NEW INITIATIVES-HIGHER ORDER PRBLM SOLVING PERSONAL SERVICE CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 34,669 (1.00) _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 34,669 (1.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 317,491 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 317,491 AID TO SUBDIVISIONS ALLOC EIA-HIGH ORDER THINKING 1,012,393 _________ TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 1,012,393 _________ TOTAL NEW INITIATIVES-HIGHER ORDER PROB SOLVI 1,364,553 (1.00) P. NEW INITIATIVES-SCHOOL FLEX GRANTS PERSONAL SERVICE CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 39,490 (1.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 8,766 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 48,256 (1.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 24,659 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 24,659 AID TO SUBDIVISIONS _________ _________ TOTAL NEW INITIATIVES-SCHOOL FLEX GRANTS 72,915 (1.00) TOTAL EDUC. IMPROVMT. ACT 312,825,000 (72.00) XI. DIVISION OF BUDGETING & PLANNING PERSONAL SERVICE CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 172,435 172,435 (4.00) (4.00) TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 172,435 172,435 (4.00) (4.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 14,925 14,925 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 14,925 14,925 TOTAL DIVISION OF BUDGETING AND PLANNING 187,360 187,360 (4.00) (4.00) XII. GOVERNOR'S SCHOOL MATH/SCIENCE PERSONAL SERVICE CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 170,461 142,461 (7.00) (6.00) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 669,657 669,657 (18.00) (18.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 68,805 54,219 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 908,923 866,337 (25.00) (24.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 1,050,955 959,755 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 1,050,955 959,755 DISTRIBUTION TO SUBDIVISIONS AID TO OTHER ENTITIES 13,200 _________ TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 13,200 GOV. SCHOOL EMPLOYER CONTR. EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 204,743 194,520 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 204,743 194,520 TOTAL GOVERNOR'S SCH MATH & SCIENCE 2,177,821 2,020,612 (25.00) (24.00) XIII. DIRECT AID TO SCHOOL DIST A. DISTRIBUTION TO SUBDIVISIONS AID SCHL DIST-EMPLR CONTRI 235,139,796 235,139,796 AID SCHL DIST-EDUC FIN ACT 850,099,230 850,099,230 AID SCHL DIST-ADULT EDUC 2,606,239 2,606,239 AID SCHL DIST-DAY CARE CNT 1,200,717 1,200,717 AID SCHL DIST-NURSE PROG 611,387 611,387 AID SCHL DIST-12 MNTH AGRI 484,193 484,193 AID CNTY-ATTENDANCE SUPER 538,480 538,480 AID CNTY-SCHL LUNCH SUPER 538,480 538,480 AID SCHL DIST-LUNCH PRGM 417,885 417,885 AID SCHL DIST-PL99-457 1,294,743 1,294,743 AID OTHER STATE AGY-ADULT 592,765 592,765 AID OTHER STATE AGY-VOC ED 25,465 25,465 AID SCHOOL DISTRICTS 137,742 137,742 AID SCHL DIST-PILOT EXT YEAR 51,654 51,654 AID SCHL DIST-RETIREE INS 27,640,552 27,640,552 TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 1,121,379,328 1,121,379,328 SPECIAL ITEMS NON-RECURRING APPROPRIATIONS AID TO SCHOOL DISTRICTS ER CONTB 8,100,000 8,100,000 AID TO SCHOOL DISTRICTS-EFA 1,000,000 _________ TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 9,100,000 8,100,000 TOTAL DISTRIBUTION TO SUBDIVISIONS 1,130,479,328 1,129,479,328 B. GOVERNOR'S WORKFORCE INITIAT AID SCHOOL DISTRICTS 215,222 215,222 TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 215,222 215,222 TOTAL GOVERNOR'S WORKFORCE INITIATIVE 215,222 215,222 C. GOVERNOR'S SCHOOL FOR ARTS AID TO OTHER ENTITIES 50,000 50,000 TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 50,000 50,000 TOTAL GOVN'S SCHOOL FOR ARTS 50,000 50,000 TOTAL DIRECT AID TO SCHOOL DISTRICTS 1,130,744,550 1,129,744,550 XIV. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS C. STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIB. EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 7,507,685 6,022,860 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 7,507,685 6,022,860 TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 7,507,685 6,022,860 TOTAL DEPT. OF EDUCATION 1,867,895,401 1,223,521,219 TOTAL AUTHORIZED FTE POS. (1,072.80) (799.26)
20.1. (Administrative Cost - Revenue) The Department of Education is hereby authorized to collect, expend, and carry forward revenues in the following programs: Sale of publications and brochures, sale of photo copies, sale of listing and labels, sale of State Code and Supplements, sale of Directory of South Carolina Schools, sale of Student Health Record Cards, out-of-state and instate investigation fees, sale of items to be recycled, collection of registration fees for non-SDE employees, and teacher certification fees.
20.2. (Agriculture Teachers) The funds appropriated for "Aid to School Districts - 12 Months Agriculture Teachers" in Section XIII, shall be used to cover the additional cost to school districts of placing all vocational agriculture teachers on twelve-month contracts.
20.3. (Archibald Rutledge Scholarships) $19,147 of the General Funds provided for in VI. Division of Curriculum must be used for Archibald Rutledge Scholarships.
20.4. (Attendance Supervisors) The amount appropriated in this section for Attendance Supervisors shall be used for the payment of salaries of one supervisor for each county. In the absence of a County Board of Education or with the approval of the County Board of Education in multi-district counties, the salary will be proportionately distributed among the districts of the county on the basis of the 135 average daily membership of the prior year, provided, that such funds must be used for supervision of the Attendance Program.
20.5. (Attendance/Lunch Supervisors) For the current fiscal year the local supplement to salaries of county School Lunch Supervisors and School Attendance Supervisors shall not be reduced below the supplements paid in the prior fiscal year.
20.6. (Audio Visual - Revenue) Any revenues generated from the handling of audio visual film may be retained and expended by the South Carolina Department of Education for the operation of the Audio-Visual Library program. Any balance on June 30, of the prior fiscal year, will be carried forward and expended for the same purpose during the current fiscal year.
20.7. (Basic Skill Examination) Not more than $130,000 of the amount provided for implementation of Act 187, Contractual Services in Section 20, Item III, may be expended for a third administration of the basic skills examination required by Act 187 of 1979 for full admittance into an undergraduate teacher education program.
20.8. (Certified Personnel Rehired) Funds appropriated in this section may be used to pay the salaries of certified personnel rehired pursuant to this paragraph. Certified personnel who have taught in a school district for at least one year and who are dismissed for economic reasons have priority for being rehired to fill any vacancy for which they are qualified which occurs within two years from the date of their dismissal. A school district has complied with the requirements of this paragraph by mailing a notice of intent to rehire to the teacher's last known address.
20.9. (Child Development) The amount appropriated for "Aid-to-School Districts Child Development" must be used to fund child development programs according to the order of priorities passed by the General Assembly.
20.10. (Children's Case Resolution System) Any funds appropriated to the Department of Education for the placement of handicapped children through the Children's Case Resolution System which are not expended at the end of the prior fiscal year may be carried forward into the current fiscal year to be spent for the same purpose as originally appropriated.
20.11. (Computer Services - Revenue) The State Department of Education may provide contract computer services to school districts and other state agencies and any revenue generated from these services may be retained and expended by the Department for operation of the Educational Data Center and may be carried forward and expended for the same purpose in the current fiscal year.
20.12. (Corrections/DJJ Instructional Salaries) The certified instructional personnel of the Department of Juvenile Justice and the Department of Corrections shall receive a percentage increase in their annual salary for the current fiscal year equal to the percentage allocated to the instructional personnel throughout the State.
20.13. (Cost Savings Program) The Department shall report to the House Ways & Means Committee and Senate Finance Committee, by December 1 of the current fiscal year, the cumulative awards and general findings from the Public School Employee Cost Savings Program. The Department shall also include a plan for encouraging greater participation within the districts.
20.14. (Day Care Centers) The State Department of Education shall promulgate regulations and competitive guidelines to enable any school district in the State to compete for funds to establish day care centers and receive funds from appropriations to day care centers if the district's day care program is approved by the department. The school districts added to the day care center program may initiate their programs beginning with the current school year.
20.15. (DHEC - Comprehensive Health Assessment Pilot) Of the appropriation for Division of Curriculum, Other Operating Expenses: Contractual Services, $95,637 must be transferred to the Department of Health and Environmental Control to pilot a comprehensive health assessment program in a group of school districts with more than fifty percent of the students eligible for free or reduced price lunches. The pilot project shall provide comprehensive health assessments before the children enter the first grade. The Department of Health and Environmental Control will report to the Senate and House Education Committees on the effectiveness of the program in identifying and improving children's health status and the need for follow-up services. The State Department of Education and designated school districts are required to provide whatever assistance is necessary to implement the pilot project.
20.16. (Early Childhood Development) No school district which received state funding for early childhood development education programs in the prior fiscal year and which continues to meet State Board of Education standards in effect in 1983-84 shall receive less funding for that purpose until the State Plan on Early Childhood Development and Education Program is developed and implemented and that during the current fiscal year a percentage increase equal to that granted to school teachers shall be provided for the teachers of these programs.
20.17. (EFA - Speech Handicapped Pupils) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, during the current fiscal year the eighty-five percent spending requirement included in the Education Finance Act shall not apply to the funds generated by children in the pupil classification "Speech Handicapped Pupils".
20.18. (EFA - Audits) Notwithstanding Subsection (6) of Section 59-20-60, the Legislative Audit Council will perform audits of the Education Finance Act as directed by the Senate Finance Committee, the House Ways and Means Committee, the Senate Education Committee, or the House Education and Public Works Committee.
20.19. (EFA - Index of Taxpaying Ability) No additional districts should receive hold harmless funds under Section 59-20-50 (1) due to decreases in student numbers or upward adjustments in the index of taxpaying ability.
20.20. (EFA - Formula Funding) To the extent possible within available funds, it is the intent of the General Assembly to provide for 100 percent of full implementation of the Education Finance Act to include an inflation factor projected by the Division of Research and Statistical Services to match inflation wages of public school employees in the Southeast. There shall be no inflationary increase required for local financial effort as defined in Section 59-21-1030 for FY 93-94. The base student cost for FY 93-94 has been determined to be $1,581, which includes a zero inflation factor.
In the event that the formulas as devised by the Department of Education and approved by the State Board of Education and the Budget and Control Board should provide for distribution to the various school districts totaling more than the amount appropriated for such purposes, subject to the provisions of this proviso, the Department of Education shall reduce each school district entitlement by an equal amount per weighted pupil so as to bring the total disbursements into conformity with the total funds appropriated for this purpose. If a reduction is required in the State's contribution, the required local funding shall be reduced by the proportionate share of local funds per weighted pupil unit. The Department of Education shall continually monitor the distribution of funds under the provisions of the Education Finance Act and shall make periodic adjustments to disbursements to insure that the aggregate of such disbursements do not exceed the appropriated funds.
Any unallocated Education Finance Act funds at the end of the current fiscal year must be allocated to the school districts for school building aid on a non-matching basis on the same basis that districts receive Education Finance Act allocations. The Department of Education may not transfer EFA funds for any purpose other than for EFA allocations and as authorized herein.
20.21. (EFA - ADM Pupil-Teacher Ratio) It is the intent of the General Assembly that the ADM Pupil-Teacher ratio for grades 1 through 3 stipulated in the Education Finance Act of 1977 be implemented to the extent possible on an individual class basis and that the pupil enrollment in these grades should not exceed 28 pupils in each class.
20.22. (EFA - Base Student Cost Study Implementation) The Joint Legislative Committee to Study Formula Funding in Education Programs shall develop plans based on the recommendations of the Base Student Cost Study and the Adult Education Study Committee to be reported to the General Assembly.
20.23. (EFA - Palmetto Unified School District/Corrections) The Palmetto Unified School District 1 of the South Carolina Department of Corrections will submit appropriate student membership information to the State Department of Education and sufficient funds will be included in the South Carolina Department of Education's Appropriation Request under the line item "Education Finance Act". The amount to be requested for the Palmetto Unified School District 1 will be sufficient to produce funds equal to the product of the number of students served by the school district weighted according to the criteria established by the South Carolina Department of Education under the provisions of the South Carolina Education Act of 1977 and the state portion of the appropriated value statewide of the base student costs, adjusted for twelve months operation. The Palmetto Unified School District No. 1 shall comply with the following provisions of Act 163 of 1977 (The Education Finance Act) Section 5, paragraph (4); Section 6, paragraphs (1), (2), (3a), (4b, c, d, e and f). The South Carolina Department of Education annually shall determine that these provisions are being met and include its finding in the report mandated in Subsection (5)(e) of Section 6 of Act 163 of 1977. If the accreditation standards as set forth in the Defined Minimum Program for the Palmetto Unified School District No. 1 as approved by the State Board of Education are not met, funds by this proviso will be reduced the following fiscal year according to the provisions set forth in the South Carolina Education Finance Act of 1977.
20.24. (EFA - DJJ Funding) Funds previously received by the Department of Juvenile Justice from the South Carolina Department of Education for programs now being consolidated under the South Carolina Education Finance Act of 1977 will be disbursed to Department of Juvenile Justice by the Department of Education from the appropriation provided in this section and entitled "Education Finance Act". The amount to be disbursed to Department of Juvenile Justice will be sufficient to produce funds equal to the product of the number of students served by Juvenile Justice weighted according to the criteria established by the South Carolina Department of Education under the provisions of the South Carolina Education Finance Act of 1977 and the state portion of the appropriated value statewide of the base student cost, adjusted for twelve months operation. The Department of Juvenile Justice shall comply with the following provisions of Act 163 of 1977 (The Education Finance Act). Section 5, paragraph (4); Section 6, paragraphs (1), (2), (3a), (4b, c, d, e, and f). The South Carolina Department of Education annually shall determine that these provisions are being met and include its findings in the report mandated in Subsection (5)(e) of Section 6 of Act 163 of 1977. If the accreditation standards as set forth in the Defined Minimum Program for the Department of Juvenile Justice as approved by the State Board of Education are not met, funds by this proviso will be reduced the following fiscal year according to the provisions set forth in the South Carolina Education Finance Act of 1977.
20.25. (EFA - Formula) The amount appropriated in this Section for "Education Finance Act" shall be the maximum paid under the provisions of Act 163 of 1977 (the South Carolina Education Finance Act of 1977) to the aggregate of all recipients. The South Carolina Education Department shall develop formulas to determine the State and required local funding as stipulated in the South Carolina Education Finance Act of 1977. Such formulas shall require the approval of the State Board of Education and the Budget and Control Board. After computing the EFA allocations for all districts, the Department shall determine whether any districts' minimum required local revenue exceeds the districts' total EFA Foundation Program. When such instance is found, the Department shall adjust the index of taxpaying ability to reflect a local effort equal to the cost of the districts' EFA Foundation Program. The districts' weighted pupil units are to be included in determination of the funds needed for implementation of the Education Finance Act statewide.
20.26. (Employer Contributions - Distribution of Funds) In determining school district allocations of state funds appropriated for school district employer contributions for the current school year, the Department of Education shall allocate the available funds by taking the average of the amount the district would receive if the funds were distributed under the EFA formula and the amount the districts would receive if the funds were allocated on the weighted pupil method.
20.27. (Employer Contributions - Federal Funded Employees) It is the intent of the General Assembly that the appropriation contained herein for "Public School Employee Benefits" shall not be utilized to provide employer contributions for any portion of a school district employees salary which is federally funded.
20.28. (Employer Contributions - Formula) Funds contained herein for school district employer contributions must be allocated by a formula based on the number of weighted pupil units in each district and must be used first by each district to cover the cost of fringe benefits for personnel required by the Defined Minimum Program, food service personnel and other personnel required by law. Once a district has expended all state allocated funds for fringe benefits, the district may utilize food service revenues to fund a proportionate share of fringe benefits costs for food service personnel.
20.29. (Employer Contributions - Hold Harmless) The funds allocated under XIII. Employer Contributions - NONRECURRING shall be distributed to those districts that receive less funding from the Employer Contributions distribution on the EFA formula as compared to the weighted pupil unit method. From the available funds, districts shall receive their proportionate share based on their reduced amount to the total reduction, provided no district shall receive more than they would under the weighted pupil method.
20.30. (Employer Contributions - Plan) The appropriation in this section under Item XIII, Direct Aid to School Districts shall be expended for employer contributions for public school employees. Any portion of the employer contribution expended by the school districts to provide group health, life, and accidental death, dismemberment, and disability insurance for active employees of public school districts of South Carolina and their eligible dependents, shall be in accord with such plans as may be determined by the Budget and Control Board to be equitable and of maximum benefit to those covered.
20.31. (Employer Contributions - Recipients) Notwithstanding any other provisions of law, the amounts appropriated in this section under "State Employer Contributions" for State Retirement, Group Life Insurance, Social Security, and Health Insurance for Public School Employees shall be the total amount provided for these purposes, herein, and shall be the maximum paid to the aggregate of recipients.
20.32. (Employer Contributions - Educational Subdivision) In the event the Department of Education is notified that an Educational Subdivision has failed to remit proper payments to cover Employee Fringe Benefit obligations, the Department of Education is directed to withhold the Educational Subdivision's state funds until such obligations are met.
20.33. (Employer Contributions - Retiree Insurance) Any unexpended balance on June 30, of the prior fiscal year of funds appropriated for Employer Contributions for School Districts - Insurance, Retirees, may be carried forward and expended for this purpose. In order to finalize each school district's allocations of these funds from the prior fiscal year, the Department of Education is authorized to adjust a school district's allocation in the current fiscal year accordingly to reflect actual payroll and payments to the Retirement System from the prior fiscal year.
20.34. (Employer Contributions - DJJ/Corrections) The Department of Juvenile Justice and the Department of Corrections school districts must be allocated funds under the fringe benefit program in accordance with criteria established for all school districts.
20.35. (Fees - Incidental & Matriculation) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the board of trustees of any school district which does not have the authority by any special act of the General Assembly to charge matriculation and incidental fees is authorized to charge a fee to offset the cost of education materials and supplies with the consent of the majority of the legislative delegation representing the school district. The board of trustees of each school district which charges such fees is directed to develop rules and regulations for such fees which take into account the students' ability to pay and to hold the fee to a minimum reasonable amount. Fees may not be charged to students eligible for free lunch and must be pro rata for students eligible for reduced price lunches, if charged at all.
20.36. (Felton Lab) Funds in the amount of $204,000 will be disbursed to S. C. State University from the appropriation provided under Program XIII of this section "Direct Aid to School Districts" for the operation of the Felton Lab School.
20.37. (Governor's School for Science & Math Carry Forward) Any unexpended balance on June 30, of the prior fiscal year of funds appropriated for the Governor's School for Science and Mathematics may be carried forward and expended in the current fiscal year pursuant to the direction of the Board of Trustees of the School.
20.38. (Handicapped Educational Responsibility) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the responsibility for providing a free and appropriate public education program for all children including handicapped students is vested in the public school district wherein a child of lawful school age resides in a foster home, group home, orphanage, or a state operated health care facility including a facility for treatment of mental illness or chemical dependence located within the jurisdiction of the school district. The districts concerned may agree upon acceptable local cost reimbursement. If no agreement is reached, districts providing education shall receive from the district where the child last resided before placement in a facility an additional amount equivalent to the statewide average of the local base student cost multiplied by the appropriate pupil weighting as set forth in Section 59-20-40 of the Education Finance Act. School districts providing the education shall notify the non-resident district in writing within 45 calendar days that a student from the non-resident district is receiving education services pursuant to the provisions of the proviso. The notice shall also contain the student's name, date of birth, and handicapping condition if available. Children residing in institutions of the state shall be educated with non-handicapped children to the extent appropriate. If appropriate financial arrangements cannot be effected between institutions of the state and school districts, institutions receiving educational appropriations shall pay the local base student cost multiplied by the appropriate pupil weighting.
20.39. (Handicapped Preschool Children/PL 99-457) The Early Intervention Programs for Preschool-Age Handicapped Children Act, Act 322 of 1990 shall be reauthorized through the current Fiscal Year to meet the provisions of Public Law 99-457 and to that end, the Boards of Trustees in each school district shall make available special education and related services to pre-school age handicapped children. State funding for the free appropriate public education provided for the three- and four-year-old handicapped children served under this act shall be distributed based on the district's index of taxpaying ability as defined in Section 59-20-20(3) and the service model chosen for each child. The average amount per child served in the speech model shall be $125 and the average amount per child served in the three other service models must be $900 to the extent possible with the funds appropriated under X. Direct Aid to School Districts, P.L. 99-457. For the purpose of this paragraph, the four models of service are those proposed by the Office of Exceptional Children for the implementation of P.L. 99-457, speech, self-contained, itinerant, and homebased instruction. Five-year-old handicapped children shall continue to be funded under the Education Finance Act of 1977. For the purpose of ascertaining costs, service to all five-year-olds with handicapping conditions funded under the Education Finance Act shall be classified according to the four service models.
20.40. (Handicapped - Trainable Mentally) $160,000 of the amount provided for the "Direct Aid to School Districts" in Item XIII plus the amount generated through the weighting factor 2.04, for the trainable mentally handicapped pupil program shall be used only for profoundly mentally handicapped pupils.
20.41. (Health Education) Of the funds appropriated herein for Comprehensive Health Education, $100,000 must be used to support the operations of a mobile comprehensive health education unit in cooperation with the South Carolina Medical Association.
20.42. (High School Diplomas - Revenue) Any revenue generated from the sale of high school diplomas and certificates may be retained and expended by the South Carolina Department of Education for the operation of the high school diploma/certificate program. Any balance on June 30, of the prior fiscal year, may be carried forward and expended for the same purpose during the current fiscal year.
20.43. (Index of Taxpaying Ability) The index of taxpaying ability for the current school year shall not include the assessed value of property in a school district which is classified under Section 12-43-220(a) and Section 12-43-220(e), which is at least fifteen percent of the total assessed value of real property in the school district, which on February first of each year has been in bankruptcy status for a minimum of thirty consecutive months, and on which no local school property taxes have been collected for at least two consecutive fiscal years. It is the responsibility of the county auditor to report such exclusions from the index to the Tax Commission and to immediately notify the Tax Commission of any change in the bankruptcy status of such real property or any collection of school property taxes from such real property.
20.44. (Lunch Program) The amount appropriated herein for School Lunch Program Aid shall be divided among the County Boards of Education of the State upon the basis of the number of schools participating in the School Lunch Program in each county during the prior school year. The travel expenses of the County School Lunch Supervisor shall be paid from this appropriation at the prevailing rate of mileage allowed by the State. These funds may be used as an aid in improving the School Lunch Program. In the absence of a County Board of Education in multi-district counties, the funds will be divided among the school districts of the county on the basis of the number of schools participating in the School Lunch Program in each district during the prior school year.
20.45. (Lunch Supervisors) The amount appropriated in this section for County School Lunch Supervisors shall be used for the payment of salaries of one supervisor for each county and no such salary shall be supplemented from funds provided in this section for "School Lunch Program Aid". In the absence of a County Board of Education or with the approval of the County Board of Education in multi-district counties, the salary shall be proportionately distributed among the districts of the county on the basis of the 135 average daily membership of the prior year, provided that such funds must be used for the supervision of the School Food Service Program.
20.46. (Other Agencies - Teachers) Employees in teaching positions in schools operated by the Department of Juvenile Justice, the S. C. Department of Corrections and the South Carolina School for the Deaf and the Blind shall be exempt from classification by the Human Resource Management Division during the current fiscal year.
20.47. (Video Library Revenue) Any revenue generated from school districts participating in the joint broadcast service offered by the South Carolina Department of Education may be retained by the Department and expended for the operation of the service. Any balance on June 30, of the prior fiscal year, may be carried forward and expended for the same purpose during the current fiscal year.
20.48. (School Improvement Reports) The Department of Education is not required to receive and review summary reports from each school as required by Section 59-20-60(5)(a) of the Code of Laws.
20.49. (SC Council on Holocaust) $19,128 of the General Funds provided for in VI. Division of Curriculum must be transferred to the South Carolina Council on the Holocaust for the development and distribution of teaching resource guides for middle school teachers.
20.50. (Social Services Block Grants) School districts which operate Social Services Block Grant Child Development Centers shall be exempt from Department of Education rules and regulations concerning Child Development Centers during the current fiscal year.
20.51. (Statistics - Revenue) Any revenue generated through agreements with the National Center for Education Statistics in the United States Department of Education for providing education-related statistics to the federal government may be retained and expended by the South Carolina Department of Education for the purpose of providing such data. Any balance on June 30, of the prior fiscal year, may be carried forward and expended for the same purpose during the current fiscal year.
20.52. (Student Performance System) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the schools participating in the twelve schools project during the 1991-92 school year will continue to work with the State Department of Education and the South Carolina Curriculum Congress to develop multitiered assessments as the basis for a revised student performance system aligned with the curriculum frameworks.
The project schools will continue to be excused from participation in all state mandated testing programs, with the exception of the Exit Examination, for the current school year. Schools participating in the project shall be considered to have met all criteria related to programs provided for under Sections 59-5-65, 59-18-10, 59-18-11, 59-18-15, 59-18-30, and 59-21-800 (campus model). The State Board of Education, in conjunction with the Department and the selected schools, will use alternate criteria for the placement of students in state funded remedial and compensatory education programs and in the gifted and talented program and for the promotion of students to the next higher grade. Deregulated schools participating in this projec1 shall not be removed from deregulated status as a result of nonparticipation in the state testing program.
The Department of Education is authorized to expend not more than $250,000 of the funds appropriated for the Basic Skills Assessment Program for carrying out the purposes of this proviso. Funds may be used to add no more than 24 schools to the project, each of which shall be partnered with one of the original 12 schools, allowing the models developed in 12 schools to be shared throughout the state. Funds may also be used to provide regional training sessions to provide professional development.
20.53. (Teacher of the Year) Any balance on June 30 of the prior fiscal year for the Teacher of the Year Program may be carried forward and expended for the same purpose during the current fiscal year.
20.54. (Teacher Salary Supplements) School districts are required to maintain local salary supplements per teacher, no less than their prior fiscal year level.
20.55. (Television/Audio - Revenue Carry Forward) Any revenues generated from the leasing or sale of any programs of television, audio, or microcomputer software developed by the Office of Instructional Technology, State Department of Education, for use with students or teachers may be retained and expended for the operation of the Office of Instructional Technology. Any balance on June 30, of the current fiscal year may be carried forward and expended for the same purpose.
20.56. (Temporary/Emergency Certificates) Of the funds provided for teacher salaries funds may be used to pay salaries for those teachers holding temporary or emergency certificates which shall remain valid for the current school year if the local board of education so requests. The State Department of Education shall submit to the General Assembly by March 1, of the current fiscal year, a report showing by district the number of emergency certificates by category; including an enumeration of the certificates carried forward from the previous year. After July 1, 1993, no temporary or emergency certificate shall be continued more than twice.
20.57. (Textbooks - Free - Carry Forward) Any balance in the Free Textbook Program on June 30, of the prior fiscal year, shall be carried forward and expended for the same purpose in the current fiscal year.
20.59. (Instructional Materials - Used) There may be expended from funds appropriated for instructional materials furnished by the State whatever amount is necessary for the repair, testing, redistribution and preservation of used instructional materials. The State Department of Education is authorized to utilize appropriated funds to pay for textbooks shipped in the fourth quarter of the prior fiscal year.
20.60. (Instructional Materials - Damaged/Sale of - Revenue Carry Forward) The State Department of Education is hereby authorized to collect fees for damages to instructional materials and sell instructional materials that may be determined no longer usable either through wear on the instructional materials or expiration of the contract on the instructional materials The proceeds of the revenue generated from the sale of instructional materials or collection for damaged instructional materials shall be retained by the Department of Education to be used in the state free textbook program. Any balance on June 30, of the prior fiscal year, will be carried forward and expended for the same purpose during the current fiscal year.
20.61. (Transportation - Hazardous) In relation to expenditures for transportation, the department shall develop a policy allowing school districts to apply for special funds for transportation within hazardous areas as authorized by Section 59-67-420 of the 1976 Code and no school district shall suffer liability for designation of such area as within the authority of said section or for failure to designate any area as hazardous.
20.66. (Transportation - Equipment Revenue) Any revenue generated from the use of transportation equipment may be retained and expended in the transportation program by the State Department of Education for payment of state approved positions, purchase of school buses and maintenance and operations of the school buses. Any balance on June 30, of the prior fiscal year, will be carried forward and expended for the same purpose during the current fiscal year.
20.67. (Transportation - Used Bus Revenue) The State Department of Education is hereby authorized to sell used school buses and support equipment that may be determined to be no longer safe or economical in servicing school buses or transporting school children, and the proceeds of such sales shall be deposited to the Department of Education School Bus fund. Any balance on June 30, of the prior fiscal year, may be carried forward and expended for the purchase of school buses and support vehicles during the current fiscal year.
20.68. (Travel - Outside of Continental U.S.) School District allocations from General Funds and EIA funds shall not be used for travel outside of the continental United States.
20.69. (YMCA - Youth in Government) Of the funds appropriated herein, the Department of Education must transfer $23,910 to the Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) for the Youth in Government Program.
20.70. (School Nurse Funding Plan) A. The General Assembly finds that registered school nurses are integral professionals in the school system contributing to the process of education by identifying and referring to appropriate health providers students whose health statuses have a direct influence upon their educational achievements. For many children in this State, school nurses are the only contact they have with the health care system. The General Assembly further finds that currently in South Carolina the nurse-student ration is 1 to 2184, the national average for this ratio is 1 to 1500, and the nationally recognized recommended ratio is 1 to 750. School nurses with their experience and knowledge of growth and behavioral patterns of children are in a unique position in the school setting to assist children in acquiring knowledge in developing attitudes and values conducive to healthful living, and in meeting the children's needs resulting from disease, accidents, congenital defects, or psychological or social maladjustments. Health services provided as part of school programs for children are direct, constructive, and effective contributions to building a healthful and dynamic society.
B. The State Board and State Superintendent of Education shall develop a Supplemental School Nurse Funding Plan to fund reduced school nurse-student ratios in the school districts. In addition to the funding a district receives from state sources, the plan must identify and maximize other funding sources including, but not limited to Medicaid, Chapter One, Public Law 94-142, Public Law 99-457, and the Drug-Free School and Committee Act of 1986. The plan must apportion the supplemental funding to those school districts which would require additional funding in order to achieve the reduced nurse-student ratios. The number of students in each district in a particular school year for purposes of this section would be based on the one hundred thirty-five day count of the average daily membership during the previous school year. The State Board and State Superintendent shall work in conjunction with local school districts, the State Health and Human Services Finance Commission, the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, the School Nurse Council of the South Carolina Nurses Association, the Joint Legislative Committee on Health Care Planning and Oversight, the Joint Legislative Committee on Children, and any other interested group or agency to develop this supplemental funding plan.
C. By January 1, 1994, the State Board and State Superintendent of Education shall submit the Supplemental School Nurse Funding Plan to the Senate Education Committee, the House Education and Public Works Committee, and the Joint Legislative Committee on Children. The plan shall not take effect until it is submitted to the General Assembly and approved by a concurrent resolution.
20.72. (School Bus Program) By December 1, 1993, the Director of the Department of Transportation and the State Superintendent of Education shall present a proposal to the General Assembly providing for the possible transfer of the administration of the School Bus Program to the Department of Transportation.
20.74. (Privatization Bids-Activities Transportation) The State Department of Education shall develop plans and solicit bids for contracting with districts or private groups for providing school bus transportation services for activities including but not limited to uses such as field trips, sporting events, and band travel for FY 1994-95. These proposals may be for district, area, or statewide service. All plans and bids must be presented to the House Ways and Means Committee by January 1, 1994.
20.75. (Privatization Bids - Transportation & Maintenance Facilities) The State Department of Education shall develop plans and solicit bids for contracting with districts or private groups for providing school bus transportation and maintenance facilities for FY 1994-95. These proposals may be for district, area, or statewide service. All plans and bids must be presented to the General Assembly by January 1, 1994.
20.78. (Inflation of Salary Schedules) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, local districts shall not be mandated or required to inflate their respective salary schedules by any percentage greater than the percentage by which the appropriated Base Student Cost exceeds the appropriated Base Student Cost of the prior fiscal year.
20.79. (Exit Exam Alternatives) Funds appropriated to administer the Basic Skills Assessment Program (BSAP) must be used to develop alternatives to the written portion of the Exit Exam for students who have English as a second language. Until such alternative is developed, any qualifying students shall be waived from the requirements of that portion of the Exit Exam should they make application for such waiver during the current fiscal year.
20.81. (Coker College) $30,000 of the increased funds provided to the Governor's School for Math and Science must be used to provide for library and facilities improvements at Coker College that will be of benefit both to the College and the School.
20.82. (Clemson PSA Allocation Agricultural Teacher Education & Other) Of the federal funds authorized pursuant to the South Carolina Three-Year State Plan for VocationalTechnical Education under the Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Applied Technology and Education Act, Title II, Part B, $118,000 must be allocated to Clemson PSA for agricultural teacher education and other services as provided for in Part B.
20.83 (Continuous Assessment) Of the funds appropriated under section III, Division of Policy, the Department of Education is authorized to use funds currently allocated for testing in grades 1, 2 and 6 to develop and pilot-test a continuous assessment system for Kindergarten through grade 3 and for piloting new items for the state assessment system. The progress in the development and piloting of the continuous assessment system must be reported to the Senate Education and House Education Committees no later than March 1, 1994. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, for the 1993-94 school year the basic skills assessment tests will not be administered in grades 1 and 2; and only the Basic Skills science and writing tests will be administered in grade 6.
20.86. (Medicaid) Each school district shall participate in the Medicaid program to the maximum extent possible. Existing funds currently used to provide health and social services to children that are replaced or freed up by Medicaid funds will remain available to the school district to be used to provide health and social services to the children served by that district. Both the school districts and the Department of Education must devote sufficient administrative support to this effort to ensure that all available Medicaid dollars are earned. To this end, the Department of Education shall contract for the implementation and management of Medicaid to include monitoring the training of school district staff. School districts are urged to develop and/or use consortiums to perform any or all of the administrative functions required for Medicaid. Federal Medicaid dollars are available as match to pay fifty percent of the costs for Medicaid administration. A working group, comprised of staff from the Department of Education, the State Health and Human Services Finance Commission, and school district staff involved in the Medicaid program, shall be established to address difficulties encountered in participating in the program, coordinate efforts, and simplify the system as much as possible.
20.88. (Southern Center for International Studies Dues) Of the funds appropriated to the Department of Education, $25,000 may be used as dues for the Southern Center for International Studies.
20.89. (Educational Entrance Exam) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, any person required to take and pass the Education Entrance Examination, (EEE) pursuant to Section 59-26-20(e)(2), who fails to achieve a passing score on all sections after three attempts shall be allowed to retake that portion of the test failed upon petitioning the State Superintendent of Education and the Chair of the State Board of Education.
Prior to any subsequent retesting, the person must submit evidence that he/she has successfully completed a postsecondary remedial or developmental course for the subject area(s) of the EEE failed.
Provided, however, that no person may undertake practice teaching until he/she has achieved a passing score on all portions of the exam.
20.90. (Alternate Fuels Program) The Department of Education shall have the authority to participate in a Clean fuels demonstration project supported by federal, State and private funds. The Department of Education shall be allowed to expend appropriated funds to support a maximum of four (4) Department school vehicles for the specific purposes of this project.
20A.1. (EIA - Local Financial Support) The amounts appropriated under "Education Improvement Program", "Academic Standards Increase", "Basic Skills", "Teaching Profession", "Leadership, Management and Efficiency", "Quality Control and Productivity", and "School Building Aid", or any of them which may be appropriated under this section, shall include any local financial support which otherwise would be required under this State's Education Finance Act.
20A.2. (EIA - Program Distribution) The money appropriated in Section X, Education Improvement Program, A., Raise Academic Standards Increase High School Requirements, Advanced Placement Courses, C., Teaching Profession, Inservice Teacher Training, and F., School Building Aid, shall be distributed to the school districts of the state on a per pupil basis.
20A.3. (EIA - Adult Education - Rural Literacy) From the EIA funds provided herein for adult education, $150,000 must be used to provide for ten pilot projects for rural literacy development and $175,000 must be provided to the S. C. Literacy Association. Funds for the Literacy Association must be used to provide direct services to the illiterate.
20A.4. (EIA - Advanced Placement) Of the funds appropriated for Advanced Placement under Section 20, X.A., no more than $500,000 of the funds above the amount needed to inflate the base funds by the EFA inflation factor must be made available on a flat rate per class basis to schools offering "singleton" Advanced Placement classes with a student/teacher ratio equal to or less than ten to one. The State Board of Education shall develop guidelines for the distribution of these funds.
20A.5. (EIA - Advanced Placement) Funds appropriated under Section 20, X.A. EIA-Advanced Placement may be used to defray the testing costs of the International Baccalaureate Program which are incurred by school districts at the same per-test reimbursement rate provided for Advanced Placement examinations.
20A.6. (EIA - Basic Skills - Remedial) Of funds appropriated on Item X, Education Improvement Act, Item B.1 Basic Skills Remedial an amount not to exceed $1,000,000 must be used for adult education students scoring below the BSAP standard on any portion of the exit examination at a remedial weight of .114 of the base student cost as defined in the Education Finance Act.
20A.7. (EIA - Basic Skills - Remedial) Any unexpended balance on June 30, of the prior fiscal year, in the EIA appropriations for Basic Skills Remedial may be carried forward to the current fiscal year to be expended for the same purpose in the current fiscal year. Funds carried forward may be used to operate summer school programs provided that the State Board of Education concurs the programs meet the intent of Section 31 in Part II of this act.
20A.8. (EIA - Basic Skills) Funds appropriated for Basic Skills Monitoring under Section 20, X.B. must be used by the Department of Education to assist schools and school districts with improving the quality of instruction and providing technical assistance on curriculum development and instructional improvement in keeping with the intent of the Early Childhood Development and Academic Assistance Act of 1993 and in implementing the Curriculum Frameworks as provided in regulations promulgated by State Board of Education.
20A.9. (EIA - Black History) Funds previously provided for the development of the Black History curricula may be carried forward into the current fiscal year to be expended for the same purpose.
20A.10. (EIA - Building Aid) Of the amount appropriated under Item X.F. Alloc EIA-Construction and Renovation, $15,416,909, after being appropriately adjusted, shall be transferred to a special trust fund established by the Comptroller General. Such funds shall remain available to the school districts of the State until approved for use in accordance with Section 59-21-350 of the Code of Laws of 1976.
20A.11. (EIA - Building Aid) Of the amount appropriated under Section X for School Building Aid, $15,416,909 must be allocated to eligible school districts at $30 per pupil for grades 1 through 12 and $15 per pupil for the state-financed kindergarten program. The allocation must be based on the 135 day count of average daily membership for the second preceding fiscal year.
20A.12. (EIA - Campus Incentive Program) $11,500,000 of the Campus Incentive Program funds shall be distributed as a one-time bonus to classroom teachers as defined by the Department of Education position codes 03 through 11, 85, 18, 36 through 40. No teacher who receives a bonus as a state employee is eligible for this bonus. Bonuses for Federally funded teachers must be paid from Federal funds.
20A.13. (EIA - Cities-In-Schools) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the State Department of Education shall transfer $200,000 from the funds appropriated under Section 20 Item X.M. Dropout Prevention to Cities-InSchools. These funds are to be utilized to provide technical assistance to local communities in establishing Cities-In-Schools programs statewide. Cities-In-Schools will provide annual reports to the State Department of Education which will include: budget expenditure data, a listing of the communities served and the services provided.
20A.15. (EIA - Compensatory & Remedial-Staff Dev. for Teachers) Of funds appropriated for Education Improvement Act Compensatory and Remedial Education Programs, $18,000 must be provided for the Instrumental Enrichment Program and $255,000 must be provided to the South Carolina Educational Policy Center at the University of South Carolina to support staff development for teachers of remedial writing. The Policy Center will report to the EIA Select Committee on the activities and effectiveness of the program no later than April 15, of the current fiscal year.
20A.17. (EIA - DARE) Of the Education Improvement Act funds appropriated herein under Subsection X. K. Other State Agencies and Entities for the Department of Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Services, $150,000 must be transferred to the State Law Enforcement Division for the operation of Drug Abuse Resistance Education (DARE) program and for the training of DARE officers in the fifth grade classes of public schools in the state, and $25,000 shall be used by the Department of Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Services to provide matching funds for local governments and school districts for the DARE program. A report on the effectiveness of the DARE program must be provided by the Department of Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Services to the Select Committee by October 1.
20A.18. (EIA - Child Abuse Awareness & Dropout Prevention) Of the funds appropriated for the Dropout Program, $100,000 must be used for the Child Abuse Awareness and Prevention Project at Winthrop University.
20A.19. (EIA - Technical Assistance) Of the funds appropriated for EIA - Professional Development, $75,000 may be used for technical assistance to the districts implementing parenting programs as directed in the Early Childhood Development and Academic Assistance Act of 1993 with first priority of funding for visits to the Target 2000 Parenting Program and Dropout Prevention Program sites.
20A.20. (EIA - Excess Revenue) Any unexpended funds or excess revenue in the Education Improvement Act Fund in the current fiscal year shall be allocated to the school building aid program.
20A.21. (EIA - Excess Revenue - HUGO Match) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, surplus revenue from the EIA fund received for the prior fiscal year above the appropriated amount, not to exceed $782,000, must be carried forward and used to match federal funds for school district losses due to hurricane Hugo.
20A.22. (EIA - Gifted & Talented - Artistically) Notwithstanding the provisions for Section 59-29-170, ten percent (10%) of the total state dollars appropriated annually for gifted and talented programs shall be set aside for serving artistically gifted and talented students in grades 3-12. The State Department of Education shall allocate to districts a proportionate share of the ten percent (10%) based on the preceding year's total average daily membership in grades 3-12. School districts shall service students identified as artistically gifted and talented in one or more of the following visual and performing arts areas: dance, drama, music and visual arts areas. Districts may utilize their proportionate share of the ten percent (10%) for the purpose of contracting with other entities to provide services to students identified as artistically gifted and talented if personnel or facilities are not available in the school district for that service. The remaining ninety percent (90%) of the state dollars appropriated for gifted and talented programs shall be expended in accordance with Section 59-29-170. Each district receiving funds for the gifted and talented program shall include an accelerated component as a part of its academically gifted and talented program by the end of Fiscal Year 1993-94. Up to $150,000 of the EIA-Gifted and Talented funds may be carried forward and expended for the same purpose in summer programs.
20A.23. (EIA - Gifted & Talented - 8th Grade Advisement) Of the funds appropriated under Section XI.A. Alloc EIA Gifted and Talented Program, $402,250 shall be transferred to the Commission on Higher Education to be expended on the eighth grade advisement program. The Commission on Higher Education must provide a report on the effectiveness of the advisement program to the Select Committee by October 1.
20A.24. (EIA - Gifted & Talented - Jr. Academy of Science) $5,000 of the appropriated EIA funds for the Gifted and Talented Program must be provided to the Junior Academy of Science. The Department of Education must provide a report on the effectiveness of the Academy to the Select Committee by October 1.
20A.25. (EIA - Junior Scholars) Of funds appropriated for Education Improvement Act Gifted and Talented Programs, $250,000 must be used to support and coordinate the Junior Scholars Program as directed by the State Board of Education. The State Board of Education shall report to the Education Improvement Act Select Committee not later than March 15, of the current fiscal year on the activities and effectiveness of the program. The State Board of Education, through the Department of Education, must provide a report on the effectiveness of the program to the Select Committee by October 1.
20A.26. (EIA - Governor's School Arts - Training) Of the funds appropriated under the Education Improvement Act, Gifted and Talented Program, $135,000 must be provided to the Governor's School for the Arts for training teachers, administrators and supervisory personnel to work effectively in the identification, program development and evaluation of artistically talented students and for the Outreach Program. The Governor's School for the Arts shall report to the Select Committee on the effectiveness of the training and Outreach programs annually by October 1.
20A.28. (EIA - Handicapped Student Services) The money appropriated in Section X, Education Improvement Program, A., Handicapped Student Services, shall be used only for educational services for trainable mentally handicapped pupils and profoundly mentally handicapped pupils.
20A.29. (EIA - Hazardous Transportation) The Department of Education is authorized and directed to fund Alloc EIA Hazardous Transportation, Section 20, IX. B. at no less than the level appropriated for that purpose in the prior fiscal year. The Department may transfer other operating funds from any source to support this program.
20A.30. (EIA - Higher Order Thinking Skills) It is not the intent of the General Assembly that the instruction in higher order thinking skills promote New Age religion or any other religion, faith, or belief.
20A.32. (EIA - Target 2000 Grants) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, those projects funded and operating in the prior fiscal year under Target 2000 Parent Education and Dropout Prevention and Retrieval Programs whose evaluations show them to be the more effective, who agree to serve as technical assistance sites, and meet the criteria developed by the Department of Education in consultation with the Select Committee shall be funded at the same level in Fiscal Year 1993-94 however, no more than $2,000,000 of the Parent Education funds and $3,900,000 of the Dropout Prevention funds may be used for continuing the selected pilots; the remaining funds in these two line items shall be used to initiate parent education/family literacy programs in districts which meet the requirements of the Early Childhood Development and Academic Assistance Act of 1993.
Of the funds appropriated for the Innovation Initiative, up to $527,456 shall be used to fund the third year of Schoolwide Innovation grants initially approved and funded in July, 1991. The schools receiving these funds must not be counted in determining their districts' allocation for the Innovation Initiative pursuant to the Early Childhood Development and Academic Assistance Act of 1993.
During Fiscal Year 1993-94, the State Department of Education is directed to finalize evaluations of the Dropout Prevention and Retrieval Projects and Schoolwide Innovation Projects and provide a report of the findings to the EIA Select Committee by January 1 of the current year. The Education Improvement Act Implementation, Administration, Contractual Services appropriation is provided to support independent contracted evaluations of EIA and Target 2000 Act programs and independent contracts related to the production of the State Board of Education's annual assessment report on EIA and Target 2000, pursuant to Section 59-6-30. The Department is authorized to carry forward and expend up to $45,000 for the evaluation of the Dropout Prevention and Retrieval Program and up to $45,000 for the evaluation of the Schoolwide Innovation Program.
20A.33. (EIA - Other State Agencies) Notwithstanding the provisions of Sections 2-7-66 and 11-3-50, S.C. Code of Laws, it is the intent of the General Assembly that Education Improvement Act funds appropriated herein under "Subsection X.K. Other State Agencies and Entities" shall be disbursed on a quarterly basis directly to the state agencies and entities referenced in Subsection X.K. by the State Tax Commission except for the Teacher Loan Program and Centers of Excellence, the EIA Select Committee and the Joint Business-Education Subcommittee, who shall receive their full appropriation at the start of the fiscal year from available revenue. The Comptroller General's Office is authorized to make necessary appropriation reductions in Section 20, Subsection X.K. to prevent duplicate appropriations. If the Education Improvement Act appropriations in the agency and entity respective sections of the General Appropriations Act at the start of the fiscal year do not agree with the appropriations in Section 20, Subsection X.K. Other State Agencies and Entities, the appropriations in the respective agency and entity section will be adjusted to conform to the appropriations in Subsection X.K. Other State Agencies and Entities.
20A.34. (EIA - Paperwork Reduction) The funds appropriated in Section 20, X.C.1., EIA Teaching Profession, Administration, for the Reduction of Paperwork Project, must be expended for orientation, training, support, or other activities or materials which will directly reduce the time classroom teachers are required to devote to paperwork. The reduction of time related to paperwork for classroom teachers should be greater than that for other school personnel.
20A.35. (EIA - Paperwork Reduction - Pathway Coordinators) Of the EIA funds appropriated for the Paperwork Reduction Program, $1,248,000 must be allocated to the school districts to provide a minimum of one Pathways Coordinator in each school district. The Pathways Coordinator shall provide direct technical assistance to teachers. In addition, the percentage of the employee's time spent on Pathways efforts must equal or exceed the percentage of the State's share of this person's salary.
20A.36. (EIA - Paperwork Reduction) The Department is authorized to carry forward and expend up to $60,000 in EIA Implementation, Administration, Contractual Services funds from the prior fiscal year for the evaluation of the Paperwork Reduction Program. The Department of Education must provide a report evaluating the Paperwork Reduction Program to the General Assembly by January 1.
20A.38. (EIA - Principals - Salary Supplement) Funds appropriated for "salary supplements for principals" and accompanying "employer contributions" appropriated in item D.1. Subsection X of this Section 20 must be distributed to school districts based on average daily membership (ADM). Each school district shall distribute the funds as salary supplements in addition to existing compensation equally among principals and assistant principals employed by the district.
20A.39. (EIA - Reading Recovery) Of the EIA funds appropriated herein for the Remedial and Compensatory Program, $600,000 shall be used for the Reading Recovery programs throughout the State. The State Department of Education shall report to the EIA Select Committee on the allocation and expenditure of these funds by October 1.
20A.40. (EIA - Critical Teaching Needs - Roper Mountain) Of the funds appropriated for EIA - Critical Teaching Needs, $200,000 shall be disbursed to the Roper Mountain Science Center for summer workshops for public school science teachers. Funds disbursed to the Roper Mountain Science Center may be carried forward.
20A.41. (EIA - School Building Aid) A minimum of one-half of one percent of the total estimated EIA revenue must be appropriated for School Building Aid. In the event that an official revenue shortfall is declared in EIA funds, the appropriation for EIA School Building Aid must first be reduced. In the event that EIA School Building Aid is not sufficient to cover the shortfall, then each remaining EIA program will be reduced on a pro rata basis to the extent that the total program reductions are equal to the total revenue shortfall. Such pro rata reduction shall not apply to the funds appropriated for EIA teacher salaries, related fringe benefits and teacher incentive pay contained in X.C.1 Aid to Subdivisions. The term EIA 'School Building Aid' does not include the EIA appropriation for debt service for the Public School Facility Program. The EIA appropriation for debt service must not be reduced or used for any other purpose except by authorization of the General Assembly.
20A.42. (EIA - School Incentive Grants) Funds appropriated under Section 28, Subsection XVII, Item E, Subitem 2, School Incentive Grants of the prior Appropriations Act may be expended during the current fiscal year by the school districts that earned School Incentive Awards during the prior fiscal year.
20A.43. (EIA - School Intervention Program) In consultation with the EIA Select Committee, the Department of Education must conduct an evaluation of the School Intervention Program (SCIP) during the current fiscal year. The Department shall report the findings of the evaluation to the EIA Select Committee by December 1.
20A.44. (EIA - Schools In Greatest Need) The amount of $200,000 is authorized for the "Schools in Greatest Need Program" under the State Department of Education for school districts classified as "in Greatest Need". Districts are eligible to receive such grants as may be awarded by the State Department of Education to assist in correcting district deficiencies leading to the designation of "in Greatest Need". No portion of the funds shall be used used for administration or distribution of the funds. When the screening process indicates that the quality of education in a given school or school district is "in Greatest Need", the State Superintendent, with the approval of the State Board of Education shall appoint a Review Committee to study educational programs in that school or school district and identify factors affecting the impairment of quality and, no later than the end of the school year, make recommendations to the State Board of Education for corrective action. Within 30 days, thereafter, the State Department of Education shall notify the superintendent and district board of trustees of the recommendations approved by the State Board of Education. Such Review Committee shall be composed of State Department of Education staff, representative(s) from selected school districts, representative(s) from higher education, and one or more non-educator(s).
20A.45. (EIA - Impaired Districts - Full Day Kindergarten) Of the funds appropriated for the Education Improvement Act-Impaired Districts, $92,000 must be used to support a pilot full-day kindergarten program in Hampton and Clarendon counties. The districts shall report to the Education Improvement Act Select Committee on the implementation and effectiveness of the program by October 30.
20A.46. (EIA - Student Loan - Gov's Teaching Scholarship) Of the EIA funds provided herein for the Student Loan Program, $1,175,000 must be used to implement the Governor's Teaching Scholarship Program. Students receiving these scholarships are eligible for the accelerated payback method provided for in Section 59-26-20(k). Any funds in the Governor's Teaching Scholarship program which are not committed as of July 1 of the current fiscal year may be used to fund student loans provided for in Section 59-26-20(k).
20A.47. (EIA - Student Loan Pgm - Paul Douglas Scholarship) Of the EIA funds appropriated herein for the Student Loan Program, an amount not to exceed $44,000 shall be authorized to pay administrative costs associated with the Paul Douglas Scholarship Program.
20A.48. (EIA - Teacher Evaluations) The State Department of Education, with the cooperation of the school districts and teacher education institutions, must, subject to the approval of the State Board of Education, revise the system for the observation and evaluation of student and provisional contract teachers.
The Department of Education is authorized to expend funds provided in Section X for the teacher evaluation System toward the revision of the evaluation system.
The Select Committee also may continue to initiate evaluations of programs and policies implemented under the EIA and Target 2000 Acts. To this end, $250,000 appropriated under EIA Implementation, Administration, Contractual Services shall be used to support continuation of program and policy evaluations and studies, to support the state's participation in the Middle Grades Project, and support the policy study of the Apprenticeship/Mentorship Committee. These funds shall also be used to support an independent contracted study to formulate a plan to accomplish the national education goals as applicable to South Carolina. The plan must focus on equity, productivity, and interagency coordination to meet the goals. Input must be sought from the Business-Education Committee for Excellence in Education, the Business-Education Subcommittee, and relevant groups in education, health and human services, and from the business community.
20A.49. (EIA - Teacher Evaluation) The Department of Education is directed to implement the Continuing Teacher Contract Evaluation Project, funded under Section 20, X.C.6., EIA, Teaching Profession Teacher Evaluation, with existing Department personnel. Vacant positions may be transferred from other programs, if needed.
20A.50. (EIA - Teacher Recruitment) Of the $1,328,396 Education Improvement Act funds appropriated herein, the S. C. Commission on Higher Education shall distribute $886,396 to the S. C. Center for Teacher Recruitment of which $200,000 must be used for teacher recruitment efforts for specific programs to recruit minority teachers, $206,000 to Benedict College and $236,000 to S. C. State University to be used only for the operation of a minority teacher recruitment program and therefore shall not be used for the operation of their established general education programs. The S. C. Commission on Higher Education shall ensure that all funds are used to promote teacher recruitment on a statewide basis, shall ensure the continued coordination of efforts among the three teacher recruitment projects, shall review the use of funds and shall have prior program and budget approval. Annually, the Commission on Higher Education shall evaluate the effectiveness of each of the teacher recruitment projects and shall report its findings and its program and budget recommendations to the House and Senate Education Committees and the Education Improvement Act Select Committee by December 1.
20A.51. (EIA - Teacher Salaries) Funds appropriated in item C of subsection X, Education Improvement Act, for teachers' salaries must be distributed to those teachers eligible pursuant to subitem 4 of item (b) of subsection (4) of Act 163 of 1977, however, continued employment is allowed for those teachers receiving an overall rating of satisfactory or its equivalent on a school district's official evaluation instrument developed pursuant to Act 187 of 1979. Teachers failing to achieve a satisfactory rating on any of the evaluation criteria included in the instrument required pursuant to Act 187 of 1979 shall complete appropriate staff development experiences prescribed by the district superintendent.
20A.52. (EIA - Teacher Salaries) The projected Southeastern average teacher salary was established at $29,403 for the FY 92-93 school year. For the FY 93-94 school year, EIA teachers salary funding shall be distributed to supplement the EFA average base salary component in order to achieve the FY 1992-93 Southeastern Average teacher salary. The Division of Research and Statistical Services projects the Southeastern average teacher salary for the current school year to be $30,190. It is the intent of the General Assembly to fully fund the Southeastern average teacher salary as projected for FY 1994-95. The projected Southeastern average teacher salary shall be the average of the average teachers salaries of the southeastern states as projected by the Division of Research and Statistical Services.
20A.53. (EIA - Teacher Salaries) Of the EIA funds appropriated herein for Teacher Salaries, $3.4 million must be provided to the school districts as an enhancement to maintain the base salary schedule.
20A.54. (EIA - Teacher Salaries) The funds appropriated herein for "Aid to Subdivisions - Alloc. EIA - Teacher Salaries" must be used to increase the salaries of classroom teachers, librarians, guidance counselors, psychologists, social workers, occupational and physical therapists, school nurses, orientation/mobility instructors and audiologists in the school districts of the state.
20A.55. (EIA - Teacher Salaries) Each state agency which does not contain a school district but has instructional personnel shall receive an allocation from the line item "Aid to State Agency - TEACHER PAY" for teachers salaries based on the following formula: Each state agency shall receive such funds as are required to adjust the pay of all instructional personnel to the appropriate salary provided by the salary schedules of the school district in which the agency is located. Instructional personnel may, include all positions which would be eligible for EIA supplements in a public school district, and may at the discretion of the state agency, be defined to cover curriculum development specialists, educational testing psychologists, psychological and guidance counselors, and principals.
The funds appropriated herein in the line item "State Agency Teacher Pay" must be distributed to the agencies by the Budget and Control Board.
The funds appropriated to the Opportunity School are allocated for the teacher pay increase necessary for comparability with the surrounding school districts after Opportunity School teachers have been converted to a ten-month work schedule.
20A.56. (EIA - Teacher Salary Supplements) The amount appropriated or authorized herein for "Teacher Salary Increase - Distributions to Subdivisions - Aid to School Districts - State Salary Supplement" shall be the total amount provided for these purposes, and shall be the maximum paid to the aggregate of recipients. In the event, the distribution to the various school districts totals more than the amount authorized for such purposes, the Department of Education shall reduce the percentage increase to the EFA minimum salary schedule so as to bring total expenditures and disbursements into conformity with funds authorized for this purpose.
20A.58. (EIA - USC School Council Assistance) Education Improvement Act Funds appropriated herein for the USC, School Council Assistance Project, operating at the University of South Carolina, shall be utilized by the School Council Assistance Project to conduct activities specified in the Education Improvement Act. The role of the School Council Assistance Project shall be to provide training and services to every school district by the end of the current school year. Such training may be provided on a county-wide basis. The School Council Assistance Project must submit a report of the training to the State Board of Education and the EIA Select Committee annually, by October 1. Notwithstanding any regulation prescribed by the State Board of Education, the role of the State Department of Education shall be to evaluate the training and services provided by the School Council Assistance Project through the Department's established method for annually assessing EIA programs.
20A.59. (EIA - Vocational Equipment) Of the funds appropriated under X. Education Improvement Act, A. Raise Academic Standards, Alloc-EIA Modernize Vocational Equipment, $60,000 shall be transferred to the Wil Lou Gray Opportunity School to support its vocational education component.
20A.61. (EIA - Target 2000 Arts in Education) Funds appropriated under item L of Section X, EIA New Initiatives, Arts Curricula, shall be used to assist districts that have not received funding for arts education during the four year pilot program; to sustain arts education initiatives that began during the final year of the pilot program; and to support arts education curriculum in the visual and performing arts which incorporates strengths from the Arts in Education pilot sites.
20A.62. (EIA - Partnership) The Business-Education Partnership shall only use the funds appropriated under the EIA for contracting for staff support and other expenses directly related to its operation set forth by the Statute.
20A.63. (EIA - Critical Teacher Needs) Funds appropriated for EIA-Critical Teacher needs must be used for courses which support instructional techniques and strategies in keeping with the intent of Section 31 of this act, the Middle Schools Project, the Preparation for Technologies Program, Curriculum Frameworks, or need established in the school improvement plan.
20A.65. (EIA - School District Compensation Rates) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, Education Improvement Act compensation rates to school districts shall be $412.10 for Compensatory, $180.60 for Remedial, and $475.50 for Gifted and Talented for FY 93-94.
TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS ----------- ------------- I. INTERNAL ADMINISTRATION PERSONAL SERVICE PRESIDENT & GENERAL MGR. 94,743 94,743 (1.00) (1.00) CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 1,741,408 1,357,068 (60.05) (48.05) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 66,300 66,300 (1.00) (1.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 220,956 1,290 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 2,123,407 1,519,401 (62.05) (50.05) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 3,207,166 764,420 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 3,207,166 764,420 TOTAL INTERNAL ADMIN. 5,330,573 2,283,821 (62.05) (50.05) II. ED. ASSESSMENT & PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT PERSONAL SERVICE CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 1,128,489 797,490 (31.60) (22.00) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 89,705 (4.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 20,000 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 1,238,194 797,490 (35.60) (22.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 1,742,069 30,830 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 1,742,069 30,830 TOTAL EDUC. ASSESS & PGM DEV. 2,980,263 828,320 (35.60) (22.00) III. TV, RADIO & OTHER PRODUCTION PERSONAL SERVICE CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 4,877,310 4,247,029 (189.50) (156.50) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 340,000 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 5,217,310 4,247,029 (189.50) (156.50) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 2,402,359 637,891 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 2,402,359 637,891 TOTAL T V RADIO & OTHER PRODUCTION 7,619,669 4,884,920 (189.50) (156.50) IV. TRANSMISSION & RECEPTION PERSONAL SERVICE CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 2,242,072 2,139,790 (100.40) (94.90) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 18,000 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 2,260,072 2,139,790 (100.40) (94.90) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 4,529,249 2,977,622 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 4,529,249 2,977,622 SPECIAL ITEMS NON-RECURRING APPROPRIATIONS TRANSPONDER 1,500,000 1,500,000 TOTAL NON-RECURRING APPRO. 1,500,000 1,500,000 DEBT SERVICE PRINCIPAL - IPP NOTE 1,068,928 1,068,928 INTEREST - IPP NOTE 978,269 978,269 TOTAL DEBT SERVICE 2,047,197 2,047,197 TOTAL TRANS. & REC. 10,336,518 8,664,609 (100.40) (94.90) V. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS C. STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 2,534,785 2,260,143 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 2,534,785 2,260,143 TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 2,534,785 2,260,143 TOTAL EDUCATIONAL TV. COMMISSION 28,801,808 18,921,813 TOTAL AUTHORIZED FTE POSITIONS (387.55) (323.45)
21.1. (Grants/Contributions Carry Forward) The Educational Television Commission shall be permitted to carry forward any funds derived from grant awards or designated contributions and any state funds necessary to match such funds, provided that these funds be expended for the programs which they were originally designated.
21.2. (Production Services Summary) The Educational Television Commission shall annually report the cost of providing production services to governmental agencies by including a summary of these projects in the Commission's annual report to the Legislature. The information reported in this summary shall include an itemization by agency and program of the direct and indirect costs including in kind costs incurred by the Commission by category of the production services provided to governmental agencies.
21.3. (School Reception Equipment Purchase) Of the funds appropriated to ETV for transmission and reception equipment, $182,933 must be used exclusively to purchase school reception equipment.
21.4. (New Facility Equipment Purchases & Renovations) Notwithstanding any other provisions of law, the Commission, with approval by the Budget and Control Board, is allowed to sell or lease its facilities, equipment, programs, publications, and other program related materials, and funds received therefrom may be used for equipment purchases and renovations of the new facility.
21.5. (Adjacent Property Construction/Renovation) The funds authorized for the Educational Television Commission in sub-subitem (b) of subitem (15), Section 1, of Act 638 of 1988, may also be used for the construction and renovation of properties adjacent to the state owned State-Record property. These funds must not be spent on facilities located on the adjacent properties until they are owned by the Education Television Endowment of South Carolina and until the State has an option to acquire these properties from the Endowment for $1.00.
21.6. (Tower Equipment) South Carolina ETV is hereby authorized to finance or refinance the purchase of additional equipment related to the relocation of the 'tower' and expanded delivery including digital satellite services in an amount not to exceed $8,900,000 at a rate and repayment schedule to be determined by the State Treasurer and to be paid from annual appropriations made available to ETV by the General Assembly.
21.8. (Digital Satellite) The state's digital satellite video transmission system will support public and higher education, enhance the statewide delivery of health care services, improve public service, and assist state agencies with statewide personnel training. To facilitate the achievement of these objectives, there is created a Video Resources Oversight Council composed of representatives of the South Carolina Educational Television Commission, the State Department of Education, the Commission on Higher Education, the Human Services Coordinating Council, and the Budget and Control Board's Division of Research and Statistical Services, Office of Information Technology Policy and Management. The Council shall report an assessment with any recommendation to the House Ways and Means Committee and the Senate Finance Committee no later than January 31, 1994.
TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS ----------- ------------- I. ADMINISTRATION PERSONAL SERVICE: SUPERINTENDENT 59,974 59,974 (1.00) (1.00) CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 284,377 284,377 (11.00) (11.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 9,172 9,172 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 353,523 353,523 (12.00) (12.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 55,851 18,391 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 55,851 18,391 TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 409,374 371,914 (12.00) (12.00) II. EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM A. ACADEMIC PROGRAM CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 86,956 68,981 (6.45) (5.00) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 479,925 317,770 (8.50) (8.50) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 86,520 5,000 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 653,401 391,751 (14.95) (13.50) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 123,339 28,001 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 123,339 28,001 TOTAL ACADEMIC PROGRAM 776,740 419,752 (14.95) (13.50) B. VOCATIONAL EDUCATION PERSONAL SERVICE: UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 122,711 76,868 (3.24) (3.24) CLASSIFIED POSITIONS (.66) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 5,000 5,000 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 127,711 81,868 (3.90) (3.24) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 93,377 66,000 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 93,377 66,000 TOTAL VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 221,088 147,868 (3.90) (3.24) C. LIBRARY PERSONAL SERVICE: UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 36,251 22,201 (.80) (.50) CLASSIFIED POSITIONS (.08) _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 36,251 22,201 (.88) (.50) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 3,418 384 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 3,418 384 TOTAL LIBRARY 39,669 22,585 (.88) (.50) TOTAL EDUCATIONAL PROG. 1,037,497 590,205 (19.73) (17.24) III. STUDENT SERVICE PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 509,165 483,800 (31.52) (28.18) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 139,231 78,401 (8.19) (2.79) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 5,000 5,000 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 653,396 567,201 (39.71) (30.97) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 51,808 29,667 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 51,808 29,667 TOTAL STUDENT SERVICES 705,204 596,868 (39.71) (30.97) IV. SUPPORT SERVICES PERSONAL SERVICE CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 354,010 354,010 (15.16) (15.16) TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 354,010 354,010 (15.16) (15.16) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 584,905 271,470 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 584,905 271,470 TOTAL SUPPORT SERVICES 938,915 625,480 (15.16) (15.16) V. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS C. STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIB. EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 576,394 471,897 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 576,394 471,897 TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 576,394 471,897 TOTAL WIL LOU GRAY OPPORT. SCHOOL 3,667,384 2,656,364 TOTAL AUTHORIZED FTE POSITIONS (86.60) (75.37)
22.1. (Truants) The Opportunity School will incorporate into its program services for students, ages 15 and over, who are deemed truant; and will cooperate with the Department of Juvenile Justice, the Family Courts, and School districts to encourage the removal of truant students to the Opportunity School when such students can be served appropriately by the Opportunity School's program.
22.2. (Counselor Upgrades) The Wil Lou Gray Opportunity School may upgrade counselor positions to an unclassified scale in order to recruit and retain counselors certified by the State Department of Education.
TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS ----------- ------------- I. ADMINISTRATION COMMISSIONER/S 93,829 93,829 (1.00) (1.00) CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 2,117,700 1,150,754 (67.00) (40.08) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 141,889 71,668 (5.00) (1.20) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 90,205 15,155 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 2,443,623 1,331,406 (73.00) (42.28) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 970,284 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 970,284 TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 3,413,907 1,331,406 (73.00) (42.28) II. VOCATIONAL REHAB. PROGRAMS A. BASIC SERVICE PROGRAM CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 18,533,523 9,978,070 (772.00) (415.37) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 135,000 (9.70) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 575,000 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 19,243,523 9,978,070 (781.70) (415.37) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 7,323,962 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 7,323,962 CASE SERVICES CASE SERVICES 9,149,189 82,215 TOTAL CASE SRVC/PUB ASST 9,149,189 82,215 TOTAL BASIC SERVICE PROGRAM 35,716,674 10,060,285 (781.70) (415.37) B. SPECIAL PROJECTS CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 1,060,078 55,815 (47.00) (3.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 334,593 11,321 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 1,394,671 67,136 (47.00) (3.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 697,973 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 697,973 CASE SERVICES CASE SERVICES 722,817 35,860 TOTAL CASE SRVC/PUB ASST 722,817 35,860 TOTAL SPECIAL PROJECTS 2,815,461 102,996 (47.00) (3.00) C. WORKSHOP PRODUCTION OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 8,342,405 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 8,342,405 _________ TOTAL WORKSHOP PRODUCTION 8,342,405 TOTAL VOCATIONAL REHAB PGM 46,874,540 10,163,281 (828.70) (418.37) III. DISABILITY DETERM. DIV. CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 6,547,648 (267.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 80,000 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 6,627,648 (267.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 2,097,006 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 2,097,006 CASE SERVICES CASE SERVICES 3,200,000 _________ TOTAL CASE SRVC/PUB ASST 3,200,000 TOTAL DISABILITY DETER- MINATION DIV 11,924,654 (267.00) IV. OTHER AUXILIARY PROGRAMS A. JTPA CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 26,358 (1.00) _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 26,358 (1.00) TOTAL OTHER AUXIL. PROGRAM 26,358 (1.00) V. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS C. STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIB. EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 7,629,240 3,002,537 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 7,629,240 3,002,537 TOTAL STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 7,629,240 3,002,537 TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 7,629,240 3,002,537 TOTAL VOCATIONAL REHAB. 69,868,699 14,497,224 TOTAL AUTH. FTE POSITIONS (1,169.70) (460.65)
23.1. (Production Contracts Revenue) All revenues derived from production contracts earned by the handicapped trainees of the Evaluation and Training Facilities (Workshops) may be retained by the State Agency of Vocational Rehabilitation and used in the facilities for Client Wages and any other production costs; and further, any excess funds derived from these production contracts be used for other operating expenses and/or permanent improvements of these facilities.
23.2. (Reallotment Funds) To maximize utilization of federal funding and prevent the loss of such funding to other states in the Basic Service Program, the State Agency of Vocational Rehabilitation be allowed to budget reallotment and other funds received in excess of original projections in following State fiscal years.
23.3. (Basic Support Program Reconciliation) The General Assembly hereby directs the Department of Vocational Rehabilitation to complete a reconciliation of the cost to operate the Basic Support program related to the combination of State and Federal funds available following the close of each Federal fiscal year. Such reconciliation shall begin with the Federal fiscal year ending September 30, 1989. Federal funds participation for that period shall be applied at the maximum allowable percentage and the level of those funds on hand which have resulted from the overparticipation of State funds shall be remitted to the General Fund within 120 days following the close of the Federal fiscal year. This reconciliation and subsequent remission to the General Fund shall be reviewed by the State Auditor to ensure that appropriate Federal/State percentages are applied. It is the intent of the General Assembly that Federal/State percentages budgeted and appropriated shall in no way be construed as authorization for the Department to retain the Federal funds involved.
23.4. (User/Service Fees) Any revenues generated from user fees or service fees charged to the general public or other parties ineligible for the Department's services may be retained to offset costs associated with the related activities so as to not affect the level of service for regular agency clients.
23.5. (Meal Ticket Revenue) All revenues generated from sale of meal tickets may be retained by the agency and expended for supplies to operate the agency's food service programs or cafeteria.
TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS ----------- ------------- I. ADMINISTRATION PRESIDENT 66,902 66,902 (1.00) (1.00) CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 674,121 629,121 (67.58) (67.58) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 112,164 62,164 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 853,187 758,187 (68.58) (68.58) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 1,006,354 759,213 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 1,006,354 759,213 SPECIAL ITEMS: MISCELLANEOUS OPERATIONS 113,007 113,007 TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 113,007 113,007 TOTAL ADMIN & PHYS. SUPPORT 1,972,548 1,630,407 (68.58) (68.58) II. SUPPORT & OUTREACH SERVICES CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 1,258,535 1,069,438 (35.92) (28.56) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 382,573 157,988 (13.79) (8.30) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 374,682 233,650 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 2,015,790 1,461,076 (49.71) (36.86) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 399,683 104,038 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 399,683 104,038 CASE SERVICES CASE SERVICES 2,500 _________ TOTAL CASE SRVC/PUB ASST 2,500 SPECIAL ITEMS DEAF PRE SCHOOL 347,628 247,628 TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 347,628 247,628 TOTAL SUPPORT & OUTREACH SERVICES 2,765,601 1,812,742 (49.71) (36.86) III. MULTIHANDICAPPED CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 1,063,412 1,031,791 (67.41) (65.71) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 783,027 316,540 (21.48) (10.40) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 20,800 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 1,867,239 1,348,331 (88.89) (76.11) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 32,900 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 32,900 TOTAL MULTIHANDICAPPED 1,900,139 1,348,331 (88.89) (76.11) IV. DEAF SCHOOL PERSONAL SERVICE CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 958,171 751,817 (50.03) (37.16) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 1,027,833 437,710 (27.78) (15.14) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 135,800 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 2,121,804 1,189,527 (77.81) (52.30) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 63,910 2,224 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 63,910 2,224 CASE SERVICES CASE SERVICES 11,250 _________ TOTAL CASE SRVC/PUB ASST 11,250 TOTAL DEAF SCHOOL 2,196,964 1,191,751 (77.81) (52.30) V. BLIND SCHOOL CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 346,254 329,137 (17.43) (17.31) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 713,324 271,103 (18.25) (11.60) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 45,000 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 1,104,578 600,240 (35.68) (28.91) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 94,460 677 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 94,460 677 CASE SERVICES CASE SERVICES 7,500 _________ TOTAL CASE SRVC/PUB ASST 7,500 DISTRIBUTION TO SUB-DIVISIONS AID OTHER STATE AGENCIES 3,273 3,273 TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 3,273 3,273 TOTAL BLIND SCHOOL 1,209,811 604,190 (35.68) (28.91) VI. VOCATIONAL DIVISION CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 1,290,996 1,159,785 (30.79) (19.13) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 319,957 128,139 (11.75) (6.98) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 372,012 204,870 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 1,982,965 1,492,794 (42.54) (26.11) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 664,407 257,000 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 664,407 257,000 TOTAL VOCATIONAL SCHOOL 2,647,372 1,749,794 (42.54) (26.11) VII. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS C. STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIB. EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 2,473,428 1,718,551 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 2,473,428 1,718,551 TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 2,473,428 1,718,551 TOTAL SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF AND THE BLIND 15,165,863 10,055,766 TOTAL AUTH. FTE POSITIONS (363.21) (288.87)
24.1. (Blind Placement Bureau) The amount appropriated in this Section for "Blind Placement Bureau" is conditional upon the receipt of federal matching funds in the amount of $15,000.
24.2. (Physician Services) The School for the Deaf and Blind is authorized to contract for the services of a physician and to provide office space for the physician to be used to treat both students of the school and private patients; the School shall charge the physician a fair market rental value for the office space.
24.3. (Student Activity Fee) The School for the Deaf and Blind is authorized to charge to the parents of students at the school a student activity fee, differentiated according to the income of the family. The required student activity fee shall not exceed $40.00. Such revenue may be retained and carried forward into the current fiscal year and expended for the purpose of covering expenses for student activities.
24.4. (Local School District Fee) The School for the Deaf and Blind is authorized to charge local school districts a fee equal to the required district share through the Education Finance Act of the weighted student cost of each new student entering the multi-handicapped school. This charge shall be levied only for new students accepted into the multi-handicapped school after June 1, 1982, with the recommendation of the local school district.
24.5. (Weighted Student Cost) The School for the Deaf and Blind shall receive through the Education Finance Act the average State share of the required weighted student cost for each student newly admitted into the multihandicapped school with the recommendation of the local school district. The estimated State share shall come directly from the State Board of Education at the beginning of the fiscal year to be adjusted at the end of the fiscal year. This shall include any students admitted into the Reeducation program for emotionally handicapped students.
24.6. (Admissions) Deaf, blind, multi-handicapped and other handicapped students identified by the Board of Commissioners as target groups for admission to the South Carolina School for the Deaf and Blind may be admitted by the School either through direct application by parents or on referral from the local school district. The Board of Commissioners shall define the appropriate admissions criteria including mental capacity, degree of disability, functioning level, age, and other factors deemed necessary by the Board. All placement hearings for admission to the South Carolina School for the Deaf and the Blind shall be organized by the School. The South Carolina School for the Deaf and the Blind shall obtain information from the local school district concerning the needs of the student and shall prepare an Individualized Education Plan for each student admitted. All parents applying for admission of their children must sign a statement certifying that they feel the South Carolina School for the Deaf and the Blind is the most appropriate placement which constitutes the least restrictive environment for the individual student, based upon needs identified in the placement meeting and the Individualized Education Plan. The decision concerning placement and least restrictive environment shall be reviewed annually at the IEP Conference.
24.7. (Adult Vocational Program Fees) The School for the Deaf and the Blind is authorized to charge appropriate tuition, room and board, and other fees to students accepted into the Adult Vocational Program after July 1, 1986. Such fees will be determined by the School Board of Commissioners, and such revenue shall be retained and carried forward into the current fiscal year and expended by the School for the purpose of covering expenses in the Adult Vocational Program.
24.8. (Mobility Instructor Service Fee) The School for the Deaf and Blind is authorized to charge a fee for the services of a mobility instructor to provide service on a contractual basis to various school districts in the state, and such revenue shall be retained and carried forward into the current fiscal year and expended by the School for the purpose of covering expenses in the Blind School.
24.9. (Hearing Impaired Adults Housing Fee) The School for the Deaf and the Blind is authorized to charge appropriate fees for housing of hearing impaired adults who receive vocational education services by the Vocational Rehabilitation Facility located on the SCSDB campus. Fees will be determined by the SCSDB Board of Commissioners, and such revenue shall be retained and carried forward into the current fiscal year and expended by the School to offset the additional operating costs of housing, meals and supervision.
24.10. (Cafeteria Revenues) All revenues generated from cafeteria operations may be retained and expended by the institution for the purpose of covering actual expenses in cafeteria operations.
24.11. (School Buses) The school buses of the South Carolina School for the Deaf and Blind are authorized to travel at speeds up to 55 miles per hour, not to exceed posted limit. No funds appropriated herein for equipment shall be used for the purchase of governors for school buses of the South Carolina School for the Deaf and Blind.
24.12. (USDA Federal Grants) All revenues generated from U.S.D.A. federal grants may be retained and expended by the SCSDB in accordance with Federal regulations for the purpose of covering actual expenses in the cafeteria/food service operations of the school.
24.13. (By-Products Revenue Carry Forward) The School for the Deaf and the Blind is authorized to sell goods that are by-products of the school's programs and operations, charge user fees and fees for services to the general public: individuals, organizations, agencies and school districts, and such revenue may be retained and carried forward into the current fiscal year and expended for the purpose of covering expenses of the school's programs and operations.
TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS ----------- ------------- I. ADMINISTRATION AND PLANNING: PERSONAL SERVICE: DIRECTOR 66,257 66,257 (1.00) (1.00) CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 288,104 288,104 (16.00) (16.00) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 53,876 53,876 (1.00) (1.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 12,303 12,303 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 420,540 420,540 (18.00) (18.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 803,819 803,819 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 803,819 803,819 TOTAL ADMIN. & PLANNING 1,224,359 1,224,359 (18.00) (18.00) II. PUBLIC PROGRAMS: PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 558,784 543,934 (22.00) (21.00) TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 558,784 543,934 (22.00) (21.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 164,266 27,766 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 164,266 27,766 SPECIAL ITEMS JOINT LEGISLATIVE MEMBERSHIP 81 81 TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 81 81 OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 3,600 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 3,600 TOTAL PUBLIC PROGRAMS 726,731 571,781 (22.00) (21.00) III. ARCHIVES & RECORDS MGMT: PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 1,218,826 1,158,826 (52.50) (48.50) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 50,155 50,155 (1.00) (1.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 31,350 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 1,300,331 1,208,981 (53.50) (49.50) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 253,228 41,711 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 253,228 41,711 DISTRIBUTIONS TO SUBDIV. TOTAL ARCHIVES & RECORDS MANAGEMENT 1,553,559 1,250,692 (53.50) (49.50) IV. HISTORIC PRESERVATION PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 468,657 319,020 (18.00) (12.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 677 677 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 469,334 319,697 (18.00) (12.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 22,430 17,930 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 22,430 17,930 SPECIAL ITEMS: STATE HISTORIC GRANT FUND 407,720 _________ TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 407,720 DISTRIBUTIONS TO SUBDIVISIONS ALLOC MUN-RESTRICTED 100,000 ALLOC CNTY-RESTRICTED 50,000 ALLOC OTHER STATE AGENCIES 50,000 ALLOC-PRIVATE SECTOR 50,000 _________ TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 250,000 TOTAL HIST. PRESERVATION 1,149,484 337,627 (18.00) (12.00) V. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS C. STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIB. EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 736,633 676,456 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 736,633 676,456 TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 736,633 676,456 TOTAL DEPT. OF ARCHIVES AND HISTORY 5,390,766 4,060,915 TOTAL AUTHORIZED FTE POSITIONS (111.50) (100.50)
25.1 (Publication Distribution) The Commission is authorized to supply one free copy of each new publication to the libraries of all institutions of higher learning in the State, and to each member of the Commission and its Directors; to the State Library; to each Public Library which is approved for a cash allotment by the South Carolina State Library.
25.2. (Use of Proceeds) The proceeds of training sessions, sales of publications, reproductions of documents, repair of documents, and the proceeds of sales of National Register of Historic Places certificates and plaques by the Archives Department shall be deposited in a special account in the State Treasury, and may be used by this department to cover the cost of additional training sessions, publication, reproduction expenses, repair expenses, and National Register of Historic Places certificates and plaques.
25.3 (Nat'l. Historic Preservation Program) The funds earned from the United States Department of Interior by the South Carolina Department of Archives and History for administering the National Historic Preservation Program in this State, with the exception of the appropriate amount of indirect cost reimbursement to the General Fund, must be deposited in a special account in the State Treasury, to be used by this department for a Historic Preservation Grants program that will assist historic properties throughout South Carolina. From this fund, the Department may contribute a sum, not to exceed $175,000 annually, to the South Carolina Archives and History Foundation to assist in activities designed to support and enhance capital fund raising efforts. The Foundation will provide accounting for these funds at the end of each fiscal year. Any funds donated to the Department by the Foundation will be deposited in the Historic Preservation Grants Program account for use in funding other state historic preservation projects.
25.4. (Disposal of Materials) Upon prior approval of the Commission, the agency may remove certain record and nonrecord materials from its collections by gift to another public or nonprofit institution or by sale at public auction. This is a supplemental form of disposition beyond that recognized in the Public Records Act for the retention, copying, and destruction of public records; and it pertains only to those accessioned Archives materials having a market value and which duplicate existing archival material, fall outside the scope of the Archives collection policy, or have no further possible research value. All funds realized through sale by public auction shall be placed in a special account to be used for improved access to and preservation of the state archives collections. The Commission shall report annually to the Budget and Control Board regarding such dispositions.
25.5. (Technical Assistance and Review Fees) The Department of Archives and History is authorized to charge a fee of $35 for providing technical assistance in repairing and rehabilitating historically significant properties. The agency may also charge fees based on the following fee schedule for investment tax credit reviews for historically significant properties under the Federal Investment Tax Credit Program or other programs requiring review of compliance with federal guidelines.