2013 Mississippi Code
Title 37 - EDUCATION
Chapter 13 - CURRICULUM; SCHOOL YEAR AND ATTENDANCE
HOME ECONOMICS PROGRAMS
§ 37-13-153 - State funding for programs


MS Code § 37-13-153 (2013) What's This?

State funding for the home economics programs required in Section 37-13-151 shall be phased in over a period of three (3) school years, beginning with the 1994-1995 school year. In the minimum education program and vocational education appropriation bills for fiscal year 1994-1995, there shall be a line item specifying the amount that is to be expended to employ no less than one (1) instructor in each high school in no less than one-third ( 1/3) of the school districts in the state. In the minimum education program and vocational education appropriation bills for fiscal year 1995-1996, there shall be a line item specifying the amount that is to be expended to employ no less than one (1) instructor in each high school in no less than two-thirds (2/3) of the school districts in the state. In the minimum education program and vocational education appropriation bills for fiscal year 1996-1997, there shall be a line item specifying the amount that is to be expended to employ no less than one (1) instructor in each high school in each school district in the state. Any funds so appropriated by line item which are not expended for this purpose in the vocational education appropriation may be expended for other related home economics vocational purposes during the fiscal year for which those funds were appropriated. The State Board of Education shall determine which districts shall receive funds for the home economics programs during each of the three (3) years of the phase-in period.

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