State Legislation - SB 533 and AB 1840
SB 533 Frequently Asked Questions
What is SB 533 and how does it impact the Inglewood Unified School District?
SB 533 is the legislation that provided emergency apportionments to the Inglewood Unified School District in 2012. The text of the legislation stipulates certain conditions, including that the emergency loan must be repaid in no more than 20 years and that the Superintendent of Public Instruction would appoint an administrator who would exercise the powers and responsibilities of the governing board of the school district.
What actions does the bill outline for IUSD?
The bill also stipulates the completion of assessment and improvement plans for the school district, including an annual comprehensive review conducted by the Fiscal Crisis and Management Assistance Team (FCMAT). The bill additionally requires Inglewood Unified School District to bear 100% of the costs associated with the implementation of the FCMAT comprehensive review.
The bill appropriates $29,000,000 from the General Fund as an emergency loan to the Inglewood Unified School District and specifies the procedures for repayment of the loan.
When was SB 533 enacted?
SB 533 was approved by the Governor and filed with the Secretary of State on September 14, 2012.
Where can I learn more about SB 533?
To read the entirety of SB 533, please click here.
AB 1840 Legislation - Frequently Asked Questions
What are the impacts of this legislation?
AB 1840 reallocates duties relating to the emergency apportionment outline in SB 533 and alters the reporting structure from the State Superintendent of Public Instruction to the Superintendent of the respective County Office of Education. In the case of the Inglewood Unified School District, it now reports to the Superintendent of the Los Angeles County Office of Education.
What Districts does AB 1840 apply to?
AB 1840 applies to the Inglewood Unified School District, Oakland Unified School District, South Monterey County Joint Union High School District, Vallejo City Unified School District, and any future district that goes into state receivership.
When was AB 1840 signed into law?
AB 1840 was signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown on September 17, 2018.
How does it impact the Inglewood Unified School District?
This bill requires the Inglewood Unified School District to take certain actions during the 2018-19 fiscal year, among which include completion of operational reviews. The bill requires the California Collaborative for Educational Excellence to provide assistance and conduct a systemic review of the school district to identify needs and strategies to improve pupil achievement.
Where can I learn more about AB 1840?
To read the entirety of the legislation, click here.