Posts from April 2014.

Join AALRR partner David Soldani as he participates in an interactive webinar for Strafford Publication, Inc. The panel discussion will focus on Renewable Energy Projects: Negotiating Power Purchase Agreements - Structuring Terms to Meet State and Federal Renewable Power Standards.

This live 90-minute CLE webinar with interactive Q&A will focus on PPA negotiations including a discussion of the key ...

On April 7, 2014, the State Allocation Board (SAB) released priority funds totaling $372,200,000 for school districts that submitted requests during the current round of priority funding.  SAB designated this release for 105 projects in 43 school districts.

In order to obtain funding apportioned to a specific project, school districts must submit a Fund Release Authorization Form to SAB by July 7, 2014.  The ...

Article 11, Section 10 of the California Constitution prohibits public agencies from granting extra compensation to officers or employees after service has been rendered.  Employee salaries subject to collective bargaining are often not determined until later into the fiscal year. When an increase in employee salaries is negotiated during the school year, retroactive pay at the increased rate (or a ...

In recent years we’ve been asked what aspects of LEA programming are administrative and court litigation targets.  The four top areas remain (1) preschool-early primary grade autism programs, (2) elementary and middle school reading programs, (3) post-AB 3632 school based mental health programs and (4) ages 16-22 transition programs. Transition programs are addressed in that section of an IEP commonly ...

Many school districts purchase electronic devices such as tablets and laptops for students as they enter high school.  To protect their investment, school districts often contract with companies to insure against future damage and repair costs.  These agreements are called extended service contracts and are governed by the California Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act (SBCWA), the California ...

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