The following definitions are used in Chapter 3301-19 of the Administrative Code:
(A) "Functions" means expenditure areas within the school district expenditure flow report. The functions are listed as:
(1) "Administration" functions are those expenditures dealing with the administration, management and educational leadership of a school district or building.
(2) "Facilities and operations" functions include expenditures for the provision and maintenance of the district and school housing, transportation and utilities, and other environmental support.
(3) "Staff support" functions include expenditures for staff development and training.
(4) "Pupil support" functions include outside the classroom support such as counseling, field trips, student activities, etc.
(5) "Instructional support" functions include teachers, teacher aides, paraprofessionals, books, materials and supplies and instructional equipment, and tests used in a classroom setting.
(B) "State board" is the state board of education authorized under section 3301.12 of the Revised Code to adopt rules, standards and procedures for producing the financial expenditure report.
(C) "Department" is the state department of education whose responsibility it is to construct rules, standards and procedures as directed by the state board; analyze data from the expenditure report; and publish a comparative report and analysis of the data.
(D) "ADM" means total average daily membership by school building and district as certified by the department from data collected from districts at the end of each school year of the fiscal year for which the expenditure reports are being calculated.
(E) "School building" means any individual building as identified by the information retrieval number (IRN) within the discretion and authority of the board of education of a chartered school district.
(F) "Evidence-based funding model" means the system used to calculate the funds provided under Chapter 3306. of the Revised Code.
(G) "Core academic strategy components" means those components of the evidence-based funding model that are fundamental to successful education practices in the twenty-first century for all students.
(H) "Academic improvement components" means those components of the evidence-based funding model that have been demonstrated to make the greatest improvement in the academic achievement of underperforming students.
(I) "Other components" means those components of the evidence-based funding model that can not be classified as a core academic strategy or academic improvement component.
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 04/25/2014
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 3301.07, 3301.12, 3306.25
Rule Amplifies: 3301.12, 3306.25
Prior Effective Dates: 4/11/94, 4/25/2009