Procedures for school district reorganization
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Published by AMS Press in [New York .
Written in English



  • United States.


  • Schools -- Centralization -- United States.

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Edition Notes

Statementby Harold D. Alford. New York, Bureau of Publications, Teachers College, Columbia University, 1942.
LC ClassificationsLB2861 .A53 1972
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 164 p.
Number of Pages164
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5223298M
ISBN 100404558526
LC Control Number75176509

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Any school district reorganization proposal presented to the county committee and State Board of Education must meet those requirements. Both the State Board of Education and county committees on school district organization are required to evaluate a reorganization proposal and make determinations that the criteria are substantially met. Per the California Education Code Section , an "action to reorganize districts" means either of the following: (a) An action to form a new school district, which is accomplished through any of, or any combination of, the following: Dissolving two or more existing school districts of the same kind and forming one or more new school districts of that same kind from the entire territory of. The Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) is accepting agreements for the fiscal year School District Reorganization Feasibility Studies. The school board of each district involved in a feasibility study must approve, by board resolution, the initiation of the study. The districts involved will submit a proposed agreement with an. Public School District Reorganization-Procedures for School District Boundary Appeal Board Panel Hearings The School District Boundary Appeal Board (SDBAB) panel consists of three (3) individuals who currently serve as school board members of their local school districts and who have been appointed by the state superintendent to hear appeals.

A landmark document in school reorganization, the Master Plan was the result of studies which assessed local education needs, tax base, community of Interest and other local conditions. The document was updated a decade later and, in , it was renamed the State Plan for School District Reorganization. SCHOOL DISTRICT REORGANIZATION School district reorganization has been around since , with the first consolidation petition in Although different needs have driven reorganization in the past, the critical areas of concern today are the educational opportunities reorganization provides students and the fiscal.   SCHOOLS ‑- DISTRICT REORGANIZATION (1) If an order adjusting assets and liabilities of school districts affected by a transfer of territory is entered after March 1 of a given year, the order may properly transfer to the district to which the territory is transferred, a sum of money equivalent to the money raised by tax levies for the ensuing school year on property . School District Reorganization In recent years, interest has grown in public school district reorganization options, including consolidation, creation, dissolution, and the trans-fer of territory. In general, statutory provisions allow for reorganization by any of these methods for any school district except Milwaukee Public Schools.

Adoption and Amendment of Policies. District Policies. Administrative Procedures. Application of Current Laws and Regulatory Requirements. Audit of Expenditures. Authorization of Signatures. Meeting Conduct. R Order of Business. Public Participation. R Procedure. Board Member Absences. The School District Organization unit is responsible for all aspects of the school district reorganization process. This includes: • Answering questions from the public • Analyzing and commenting on school district organization issues • Providing technical assistance to districts studying reorganization. The Special Education staff handbook of guidelines is provided to our team as a reference source. The handbook is a work in progress. Any input, additions, suggestions that will make the CISD Special Education Team’s entire job more effective will be much appreciated. Each year we will work to continually upgrade the handbook and edit it to meet our district’s needs. SCHOOL DISTRICT REORGANIZATION The sections of the Revised School Code and State School Aid Act that address this issue are contained in the Michigan Compiled Laws under MCL a, , – , – and (10).