2022 Special Session I

Budget Amendments - HB30 (Conference Report)

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Direct Aid - 5% Compensation Supplement

Item 137 #13c

Item 137 #13c

First Year - FY2023 Second Year - FY2024
Education: Elementary and Secondary
Direct Aid to Public Education FY2023 ($21,418,330) FY2024 $0 GF

Page 140, line 5, strike "$9,353,567,746" and insert "$9,332,149,416".

Page 141, line 2, strike "$246,955,292" and insert "$225,536,962".

Page 176, line 32, strike "$246,955,292" and insert "$225,536,962".

Page 176, line 35, strike "July" and insert "August".

Page 176, line 37, strike "July" and insert "August".

Page 177, line 15, after "second year.", insert:

"Local school divisions shall certify to the Department of Education that funds used as the local match are derived solely from local revenue sources."


(This amendment provides that the 5% salary increase in the first year is effective on August 1, 2022 and reduces the compensation supplement funding to reflect this action. It additionally clarifies that local school divisions must use revenues derived from local sources to match the state share of funding for the compensation supplement.)