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Report EPE revenue here.
Beginning School Year 2008-09 aids previously reported in the Special Aid fund in "Other State Aid" F3289, are now folded into Foundation Aid and reported in Gen Fund A3101. These aids are: Improving Pupil Performance grants, Categorical Reading, Early Grade Class Size, Teacher Support Aid, Magnet. There are setasides in Chapter 57 for Magnet & Teacher Support, but they are still paid as General Aid and reported in A3101.
Do not report Employment Preparation Education Aid or Section 4408-School Age July/August Programs-Tuition and Other here.
All other state aid will be reported in this entry including revenue from the following programs:
•Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome
•Adult Literacy Education
•Community School Programs
•Comprehensive School Health Education Demonstration
•Effective Schools Consortia Network
•Instructional Television Programming
•Liberty Partnership Program
•Minor Maintenance and Repair
•Prekindergarten Program (Experimental)
•Prekindergarten Program (Universal)
•Rural Dropout Prevention
•School Health Demonstration Projects
•Special Legislative Projects, for which there is a prescribed purpose, and an FS-10 is used
•Technologies Network Ties
•Youth at Risk
Beginning School Year 11-12 report here Race To The Top Aid and revenue from the following programs:
•CDC AIDS Education
•Class Size Reduction (Federal)
•Comprehensive School Reform Demonstration
•National and Community Service
•Nutrition Education Training
•School Library Systems
•School To Work
•Title II Eisenhower Professional Development
•Title III Technology Literacy Challenge
Record here any revenues received that represent federal participation pursuant to Title XIX of the Social Security Act in the cost of providing certain eligible services to Medicaid eligible pre-school pupils with disabilities or to Medicaid eligible school aged pupils with disabilities during the July and August component of a 12 month program pursuant to section 4408 of the Education Law. Such federal participation represents 50% of the total approved cost of providing such services. The school district should record the total amount of such revenues received. One half of such Medicaid payments received by the school district between May 1, 2009 and January 31, 2010 (25% of the total approved cost of eligible services) represent the State's share in this federal reimbursement and the March 31, 2008 General State Aid Payment to the school district was reduced by such amount. Similarly, one half of such Medicaid payments received by the school district between February 1, 2009 and April 30, 2010 (25% of the total approved cost of eligible services) represent the State's share and the June, 2009 General State Aid Payment to the school district was reduced by such amount.
Report here revenues received under the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) of 1998. See OSC April 2000 Accounting Release. Revenue formerly reported under F4170 Adult Education Act should be reported here. Federal WIA expenditures are reported under F6293.
Sum of FT2999, FT3999, FT4999 and FT5059. This item is moved to Statement B1, line 3.