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From the ECS State Policy Database
School/District Structure/Operations--Staffing Ratios


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This database is made possible by your state's fiscal support of the Education Commission of the States (ECS). Most entries are legislative, although rules/regulations and executive orders that make substantive changes are included. Every effort is made to collect the latest available version of policies; in some instances, recent changes might not be reflected. For expediency purposes minimal attention has been paid to style (capitalization, punctuation) and format.

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State Status/Date Level Summary
ORSigned into law 08/2013Postsec.Postsecondary Staffing Ratio Reporting Adjustments
H.B. 2152
Amends existing law in defining employee group to include administrative, faculty, and nonprofessional faculty. Requires the board to use data available from a national post-secondary data collection system within the United States Department of Education and ...

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GASigned into law 05/2013P-12Education Finance
H.B. 283
Alters the funding weights and student-teacher ratio requirements for state-authorized instructional programs. Sets student-school counselor ratio at 450 to 1.
http://www.legis.ga.gov/Legislation/20132014/137066.pdf...

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OKSigned into law 04/2011P-12
H.B. 1372
Modifies definition of administrative services for expenditure limits. In defining "administrative services," staff for the superintendent were included. This amendment adds the staff of any elementary superintendent or any assistant superintendent to the admi...

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IDSigned into law 04/2011P-12Salary-Based Apportionment
S.B. 1184 - Use It or Lose It
Allows districts flexibility in the "use it or lose it" portions of salary based apportionment, giving districts the flexibility to manage with decreased funding. Districts will be authorized to keep the positions and funding associated with salary based appor...

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IDSigned into law 04/2011P-12Staff allowance
S.B. 1184 - Staffing Ratios
A district may utilize up to 15% of the moneys associates with positions funded pursuant to subsection (2) of 33-1004 to pay another school district or public charter school for instructional services or to defray the cost of providing virtual education course...

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