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n. Aid payable in the nineteen hundred ninety-two-ninety-three school year. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provisions of law, the moneys due to be apportioned by the commissioner to school districts during the current year pursuant to the provisions of paragraphs and b of this subdivision shall be reduced in accordance with the provisions of this paragraph and such reduction shall be made before determining any payments to be made pursuant to such paragraphs and b. Such reduction shall equal the sum of (i) the calculated deficit reduction amount continued for nineteen hundred ninety-two-ninety-three determined pursuant to paragraph k of this subdivision (ii) the net adjustment computed pursuant to paragraph 1 of this subdivision and (iii) the credit for above average percent of expense for instruction computed pursuant to paragraph m of this subdivision. Any reduction in

of the amounts that would otherwise have been paid pursuant to such paragraphs a and b of this subdivision shall be deducted from amounts due a school district pursuant to section seven hundred one, seven hundred eleven and seven hundred fifty

of this chapter. Such reduction shall be distributed on a prorata basis by the commissioner, as necessary for expenditure check purposes, to each individual apportionment included in such apportionments. The commissioner shall compute and

recom pute such amount in the normal course of auditing school dis

trict claims for aid. ၌ 50. Section 4408 of the education law, as amended by chapter 391 of the laws of 1989, is amended to read as follows:

§ 4408. Payment for July and August programs for children with handicapping conditions. The commissioner shall make payments for approved

July and August programs for children with handicapping conditions in an amount equal to eighty percent the of the approved tuition and maintenance rates and the transportation expense for the current year enrollment of handicapped children ages five through twenty-one or children eligible for services during July and August pursuant to article eighty-five, eighty-seven eighty-eight of this chapter, where such costs are determined pursuant to section forty-four hundred five of this article, provided that the placement of such children was approved by the commissioner, if required. Upon certification by the school district in which the child resides, that such services were provided, such payment shall be made to the provider of such services. Ten percent of the approved cost of such services for each child shall be a charge against the county in which the parent, person in parental relationship to such child, resided on July first of the school year in which such services

provided. The comptroller shall deduct from any state funds which become due to a county an amount equal to such ten percent required in accordance with this subdivision which amount shall be credited to the local assistance account of the state education department as designated by the division of the budget. Except for schools operated under articles eighty-seven and eighty-eight of this chapter, notwithstanding any inconsistent provisions of this chapter, payments made pursuant to this section prior to April first shall not exceed seventy percent of the sum of the approved tuition and maintenance rates

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and transportation expense provided for herein. In accordance with the provisions of subparagraphs eight and nine of section thirty-six hundred nine of this chapter, school districts shall pay the state fifty percent of any federal participation, pursuant to title XIX of the social security act, in special educa

tion programs provided pursuant to this section. §

51. Paragraph b of subdivision 11 of section 4410 of the education law, as amended by chapter 947 of the laws of 1990, is amended

read as follows:

b. The state shall reimburse fifty percent of the approved costs paid by a municipality for the purposes of this section. Such state reimbursement to the municipality shall not be paid prior to April first of the school year in which such approved costs are paid by the municipality. In accordance with a schedule adopted by the commissioner, each municipality which has been notified by a board of its obligation to contract for the provision of approved special services or programs for

preschool child shall be provided with a listing of all such children by the commissioner. Such list shall include all approved services and costs for each such child for whom the municipality shall certify, on such list, the amount expended for

such purposes and the date of expenditure. Upon the receipt of such certified statement, the commissioner shall examine the same, and if such expenditures were made as required by this section, the commissioner shall approve it and transmit it to the comptroller for audit. The comptroller shall thereupon issue his warrant, in the amount specified in such approved statement for the payment thereof out of moneys appropriated therefor, to the municipal treasurer or chief fiscal officer as the case may be. Notwithstanding the provisions of this paragraph, municipalities shall pay the state fifty percent of any federal participation, pursuant to title XIX of the social security act, in special education programs provided pursuant to this section. The commissioner shall deduct such amount, as certified by the commissioner of social services as the authorized fiscal agent of the state education department. Such deductions shall be made in accordance with a plan developed by the commissioner and approved by the director of the budget. To the extent that such deductions exceed moneys owed to the municipality pursuant to this paragraph, such

shall be deducted from any other payments due the municipality. § 52. Subdivision e of section 12 of chapter 280 of the laws of 1978 relating to the adoption of school district budgets, as amended by chapter 53 of the laws of 1990, is amended to read as follows:

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The amounts determined in subdivision d of this section shall be advanced to the respective city school districts or cities in April. However, provision of such advances shall be made only upon the request for same by an eligible city school district or city to the commissioner of education and the director of the budget. Such request shall be accompanied by plan which outlines the district's or city's ability to repay the advance and allows the commissioner of education to make determinations concerning the district's or city's educational program. Notwithstanding the provisions of any other law, the state comp

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troiler shall deduct from payments of monies to city school districts or cities [in November) first in the fall and winter then in the spring next succeeding the disbursement of the advance from the local assistance fund (including payments made in the first instance) pursuant to the provisions of subdivision thirty-one-a of section thirty-six hundred two of the education law annual apportionments for special reading and academic programs, an amount or amounts equivalent in total to the advance amounts determined in subdivision d of this section for each eligible city school district or city. Should the amount to

deducted from [the November] such aid [payment) payments be insufficient to repay the total amount of the advance to any district or city, the state comptroller shall [next] deduct from payment of monies payable to such district or city [first in October, then,

then, September, then in April and May if necessary, from the local assistance fund pursuant to section thirty-six hundred two of the education law amounts necessary to repay such advance. Should the amounts deducted in such four months be insufficient to repay the total amount of the advance to a city school district or city, the state comptroller is empowered to deduct from monies payable to the city school district or city] from the local assistance fund pursuant to any provision of law [on or after September first, and before March thirty-first of] during the school year following the school year of the advance,

amount or amounts necessary to repay the total amount of the advance determined in subdivision d of this section. § 53. Section 2 of chapter 767 of the laws of 1990 relating to adjusting the actual valuation used for state aid purposes of any school district losing taxable real property due to the creation of a new public school district, is renumbered section 3 and a new section 2 is added to read as follows:

§ 2. Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph k of subdivision 1 of section 3602 of the education law, income data used to calculate aid payable in the 1992-93 school year for any school district which lost taxable real property and its associated full valuation due to the creation of a new public school district by special act of the state legislature in 1989, effective July 1, 1990 and for such new school district shall be determined in accordance with this section. By April 1, 1992, the commissioner of taxation and finance shall report the sum of the 1990 ad justed gross income for such two school districts to the commissioner of education, and the commissioner of education shall apportion the sum of such income to the two districts on the basis of the proportion of the 1990 full valuation of each school district to the sum of the 1990 full valuation of the two school districts, with such apportioned income used for purposes

of such paragraph k. § 54.

Section 2 of chapter 1 of the laws of 1991 relating to the apportionment of certain school aid to school districts for salary penses, as amended by chapter 53 of the laws of 1991, is amended to read as follows:

§ 2. The claim for an apportionment to be paid to a school district pursuant to section one of this act shall be submitted to the commissioner of education on a form prescribed for such

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purpose, and shall be payable upon determination by such commis-
sioner that the form has been submitted as prescribed. Such ap-
proved amounts shall be payable on the same day in September,

as funds provided pursuant to subparagraph 3 of paragraph
b of subdivision 4 of section 92-c of the state finance law, on
the audit and warrant of the state comptroller on vouchers cer-
tified or approved by the commissioner of education in the man-

prescribed by law from moneys in the state lottery fund and
(such fund shall be reimbursed] from the general fund [immedi-
ately prior to the date that payments are made pursuant to sub-
paragraph 3 of paragraph a of subdivision 1 of section
the education law in the 1991–92 school year] to the extent that
the amount paid to a school district pursuant to this act
ceeds the amount, if any, due such school district pursuant to
subparagraph 3 of paragraph a of subdivision 1 of section 3609

of the education law. § 55. Section 2 of

chapter 681 of the laws of 1991 relating to authorizing an apportionment of state aid for certain salary expenses incurred by a school district between April 1, 1992 and June 30, 1992, is amended to read as follows:

§ 2. The claim for an apportionment to be paid to a school
district pursuant to section one of this act shall be submitted
to the commissioner of education on a form prescribed for such
purpose, and shall be payable upon determination by such commis-
sioner that the form has been submitted as prescribed. Such ap-
proved amounts shall be payable on the same day in September,
1992, as funds provided pursuant to subparagraph 3 of paragraph
b of subdivision 4 of section 92-c of the state finance law, on
the audit and warrant of the state comptroller on vouchers cer-
tified or approved by the commissioner of education in the man-

prescribed by law from moneys in the state lottery fund and
(such fund shall be reimbursed] from the general fund [immedi-
ately prior to the date that payments are made pursuant to sub-
paragraph 3 of paragraph a of subdivision 1 of section 3609 of
the education law in the 1992-93 school year] to the extent that
the amount paid to a school district pursuant to this act
ceeds the amount, if any, due such school district pursuant to
subparagraph 3 of paragraph a of subdivision 1 of section 3609

of the education law. § 56. Attendance improvement dropout prevention grants. In addition to apportionments otherwise provided by section 3602 of the education law, for aid payable in the 1992-93 school year, for the purpose of attendance improvement/dropout prevention programs pursuant to subdivision 2 of section 3602-a of the education law, there shall be paid two hundred eighty-nine thousand two hundred dollars to the Binghamton city school district, two hundred eighty-nine thousand two hundred dollars to the Ithaca city school district, forty-eight thousand two hundred dollars to the Jamestown city school district, ninety-six thousand four hundred dollars to the Fredonia central school district, thirty-three thousand seven hundred dollars

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the Newark Valley central school district, forty-eight thousand two hundred dollars to the Cobleskill central school district, ninety-six thousand four hundred dollars to the Tompkins-Seneca-Tioga board of cooperative educational services, and ninety-six thousand four hundred dollars to the Orange-Ulster board of

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cooperative educational services pursuant to a plan approved by the commissioner. Notwithstanding section 3609 of the education law, the commissioner of education is authorized to pay from the general support for public schools appropriations, up to seventy percent of such sum, for such purposes, prior to April first of the school

year for which such moneys are available, with the remainder payable on or after such date.

§ 57. Magnet school grants. In addition to apportionments otherwise provided by section 3602 of the education law, for aid payable in the school year 1992-93, there shall be paid to the city school district of the city of New York seventeen million one hundred seventy-five thousand dollars, to

the Buffalo city school district ten million twenty-five thousand dollars, to the Rochester city school district eleven million dollars,

to the Syracuse city school district four million dollars, to the Yonkers city school district nineteen million five hundred thousand dollars, to the Newburgh city school district four million three hundred seventy-five thousand dollars, to the Poughkeepsie city school district one million two hundred seventy-five thousand dollars, to the Mount Vernon city school district one million eight hundred thousand dollars, the New Rochelle city school district one million two hundred thousand dollars, to the Schenectady city school district one million four hundred thousand dollars, to the Port Chester city school district one million one hundred fifty thousand dollars, to the White Plains city school district three hundred thousand dollars, to the Niagara Falls city school district six hundred thousand dollars, to the Albany city school district one million fifty thousand dollars and to the Utica city school district two hundred thousand dollars for the purposes of the developmaintenance

expansion of magnet schools and magnet school programs.

Notwithstanding section 3609 of the education law, the commissioner of education is authorized to pay from the general support for

public school appropriations, up to seventy percent of the sum of such grants prior to April first of the school year for which such moneys are available with the remainder payable on or after such date.

§ 58. Student information system grants. In addition to apportionments otherwise provided by section 3602-a of the education law and in accordance with subdivision 1 of such section, for aid payable in the school year 1992-93, there shall be paid to the city school district of the city of New York, seven million four hundred thousand dollars; to the Buffalo city school district seven hundred fifty thousand

thousand dollars; to the Rochester city school district three hundred twenty-five thousand dollars; to the Syracuse city school district two hundred seventy-five thousand dollars and to the Yonkers city school district two hundred fifty thousand dollars for student information systems.

Notwithstanding section 3609 of the education law, the commissioner of education is authorized to pay from the general support for public schools appropriations, up to seventy percent of the sum of such grants prior to April first of the school year for which such moneys are available with the remainder payable on or after such date. § 59. Grants for programs

for pupils with compensatory education needs. In addition to apportionments otherwise provided by section 3602 of the education law, for aid payable in the school year 1992-93 there shall be paid to the Buffalo city school district two million five hundred thousand dollars, to the Rochester city school district one million

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