Assembly Bill 1310 (Alpert-1993)
Chapter 915, Statutes of 1993 - AB 1310
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As enacted Assembly Bill 1310 Education Code sections 35160.5, 48209.1, 48209.7, 48209.9, 48209.11, 49209.14, and 48980. (See Exhibit #1f) Senator Alpert introduced the bill on March 3, 1983. (See Exhibit #1a) However, as introduced the bill proposed to only add section 33130 to the Education Code. (Id.)
Assembly Bill 1310 was assigned to the Assembly and Senate Committees on Education where policy issues raised by the bill were considered. (See Exhibits #3 and #7) The Assembly Committee on Ways and Means and the Senate Committee on Appropriations examined the fiscal ramifications of Assembly Bill 1310. (See Exhibits #5 and #9) The Assembly did not amend the bill but the Senate amended the bill four times on June 1, August 16, August 24, and September 8, 1993. (See Exhibits #1b through #1e and #2)
Subsequent to legislative approval, Assembly Bill 1310 was signed by Governor Wilson on October 7, 1993, and recorded by the Secretary of State on October 8, 1993 as Chapter 915 of the Statutes of 1993. (See Exhibits #1f and #2)
The Office of Senate Floor Analyses’ Third Reading analysis of Assembly Bill 1310 provides the following digest of the bill as it was last amended on September 8, 1993:
DIGEST: This bill makes technical corrections to the provisions of the recently enacted public school choice bills: AB 19 (Quackenbush) and AB 1114 (Alpert). Most notably, the bill clarifies that districts which accept pupil transfers from other districts shall be credited with that ADA for the purposes of applying for school facilities funding.
NOTE: Senate amendments deleted the original provisions of the bill. As it left the Assembly, this bill required the Superintendent of Public Instruction to establish a recognition program for community service learning programs.
(See Exhibit #11, page 1)