HB 179

Sponsor
Session
Regular Session 2018
Title
Appropriations, supplemental appropriations for fiscal year ending September 30, 2018, from the Education Trust Fund Advancement and Technology Fund to various school systems and colleges and universities, and other entities
Description

To make a supplemental appropriation from the Education Trust Fund Advancement and Technology Fund to the Alabama Community College System in the amount of $2,000,000 for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2018, to the public institutions of higher education in the amount of $15,196,647, and to the Department of Education, the Board of Trustees of the Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind, the Board of Youth Services School Districts, the Board of Directors of the Alabama School of Fine Arts, and the Board of Trustees of the Alabama School of Math and Science in the amount of $41,190,275 for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2018.

Subjects
Appropriations
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To make a supplemental appropriation from the Education Trust Fund Advancement and Technology Fund to the Alabama Community College System in the amount of $2,000,000 for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2018, to the public institutions of higher education in the amount of $15,593,560, and to the Department of Education, the Board of Trustees of the Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind, the Board of Youth Services School Districts, the Board of Directors of the Alabama School of Fine Arts, and the Board of Trustees of the Alabama School of Math and Science in the amount of $41,190,275 for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2018

Section 1

In addition to all other appropriations heretofore or hereafter made, there is hereby appropriated $2,000,000 from the Education Trust Fund Advancement and Technology Fund to the Alabama Community College System for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2018. This appropriation shall be expended for equipment and/or deferred maintenance.

Section 2

In addition to all other appropriations heretofore or hereafter made, there is hereby appropriated a total of $15,196,647 $15,593,560 from the Education Trust Fund Advancement and Technology Fund to the public institutions of higher education for the fiscal year ending September 30, HB179 2018. This appropriation shall be expended for: (1) repairs or deferred maintenance of facilities for public education pur- poses in the state; (2) insuring facilities; or (3) the acqui- sition or purchase of education technology and equipment, or both. This appropriation shall be distributed as follows: $5,556,330$5,953, Alabama Community College System 243 Alabama A&M University 356,248 Alabama State University 308,683 University of Alabama 1,906,478 University of Alabama Birmingham 1,180,145 University of Alabama Huntsville 519,212 Athens State University 207,887 Auburn University 1,570,223 Auburn University Montgomery 323,530 Jacksonville State University 539,483 University of Montevallo 185,912 University of North Alabama 463,859 University of South Alabama 936,515 Troy University 841,873 Tuskegee University 56,848 HB179 University of West Alabama 243,421 $15,196,647 Total $15,593,560

Section 3

In addition to all other appropriations heretofore or hereafter made, there is hereby appropriated a total of $41,190,275 from the Education Trust Fund Advancement and Technology Fund to the Department of Education, the Board of Trustees of the Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind, the Board of Youth Services School Districts, the Board of Directors of the Alabama School of Fine Arts, and the Board of Trustees of the Alabama School of Math and Science for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2018. This appropriation shall be expended for: (1) repairs or deferred maintenance of facilities for public education purposes in the state; (2) classroom instructional support pursuant to 16-13-231(b)(2)c and Section 16-13-231.3; (3) insuring facilities; (4) transportation pursuant to Section 16-13-233; or (5) purchase of education technology and equipment or both. In addition to the allowed expenditure categories above, and notwithstanding Section 29-9-4, Code of Alabama 1975, this appropriation may be expended for school security measures as a component of a systemwide security plan. HB179

Section 4

(a) The Department of Education shall al- locate the funds appropriated herein to the local boards of education and entities as follows: Accel Academy 12,825 Alabaster City 323,673 Albertville City 290,530 Alexander City 160,337 Andalusia City 91,936 Anniston City 100,902 Arab City 133,426 Athens City 241,824 Attalla City 86,070 Auburn City 458,748 Autauga County 491,868 Baldwin County 1,664,685 Barbour County 40,872 Bessemer City 193,151 Bibb County 173,279 Birmingham City 1,245,128 Blount County 416,388 Boaz City 124,753 HB179 Brewton City 59,708 Bullock County 75,993 Butler County 156,049 Calhoun County 451,710 Chambers County 187,838 Cherokee County 207,801 Chickasaw City 58,881 Chilton County 401,133 Choctaw County 71,995 Clarke County 136,504 Clay County 100,835 Cleburne County 134,235 Coffee County 117,974 Colbert County 137,299 Conecuh County 99,052 Coosa County 48,342 Covington County 158,335 Crenshaw County 117,497 Cullman City 167,413 Cullman County 509,172 Dale County 183,072 HB179 Daleville City 50,127 Dallas County 170,092 Decatur City 457,531 DeKalb County 466,119 Demopolis City 122,240 Dothan City 490,396 Elba City 31,974 Elmore County 614,131 Enterprise City 376,153 Escambia County 228,446 Etowah County 451,589 Eufaula City 238,658 Fairfield City 91,385 Fayette County 120,465 Florence City 232,433 Fort Payne City 169,977 Franklin County 192,666 Gadsden City 273,067 Geneva City 66,945 Geneva County 141,252 Greene County 55,426 HB179 Guntersville City 101,209 Hale County 132,581 Haleyville City 87,737 Hartselle City 172,977 Henry County 130,956 Homewood City 224,351 Hoover City 747,791 Houston County 339,455 Huntsville City 1,233,912 Jackson County 280,705 Jacksonville City 83,385 Jasper City 144,185 Jefferson County 1,925,479 Lamar County 123,864 Lanett City 47,191 Lauderdale County 429,815 Lawrence County 249,149 Lee County 507,727 Leeds City 100,040 Limestone County 509,344 Linden City 24,801 HB179 Lowndes County 79,925 Macon County 104,779 Madison City 567,098 Madison County 1,004,107 Marengo County 53,510 Marion County 175,484 Marshall County 292,698 Midfield City 55,637 Mobile County 2,923,856 Monroe County 181,910 Montgomery County 1,577,773 Morgan County 396,915 Mountain Brook City 231,047 Muscle Shoals City 151,513 Oneonta City 80,345 Opelika City 247,699 Opp City 68,184 Oxford City 215,987 Ozark City 109,784 Pelham City 171,483 Pell City 209,315 HB179 Perry County 70,394 Phenix City 374,079 Pickens County 137,026 Piedmont City 61,057 Pike County 112,594 Pike Road City 84,691 Randolph County 112,811 Roanoke City 80,131 Russell County 184,905 Russellville City 127,325 Saraland City 164,876 Satsuma City 78,429 Scottsboro City 133,336 Selma City 168,183 Sheffield City 53,751 Shelby County 1,102,263 St. Clair County 483,534 Sumter County 80,222 Sylacauga City 116,416 Talladega City 107,124 Talladega County 398,733 HB179 Tallapoosa County 150,319 Tallassee City 94,626 Tarrant City 61,533 Thomasville City 59,157 Troy City 101,894 Trussville City 246,310 Tuscaloosa City 543,330 Tuscaloosa County 980,684 Tuscumbia City 78,894 Vestavia Hills City 382,835 Walker County 390,120 Washington County 143,406 Wilcox County 85,435 Winfield City 65,896 Winston County 122,968 DYS 11,935 AIDB 37,717 Math and Science 14,356 ASFA 18,972 Teacher Profes- sional Development 2,000,000 HB179 Total 41,190,275 (b) Notwithstanding any other laws to the contrary, the funds appropriated to the Department of Education by subsection (a) of this section shall not be expended without prior approval of the State Superintendent of Education. (c) The above appropriation for teacher professional development shall be used to provide technology tools and professional development services to classroom teachers in an effort to improve instruction and student learning gains. Funds shall be allocated to the Alabama Department of Education to support the Digital Tools for Teachers Initiative. The Department shall allocate funds through a grant for local education agencies that will serve an equal number of teachers per school system though the provision of a technology tools package. It is the intent of the legislature that the funds shall be expended only for a tools package that includes a laptop, wireless tablet, a projector and professional learning services. The Department shall make a determination as to which packages are approved for district purchases. The State Superintendent shall provide a report of the initiative to the Chair of the Ways and Means Committee in the House and the Chair of Finance and Tax in the Senate no later than October 1, 2019. HB179

Section 5

This act shall become effective immediately upon its passage and approval by the Governor, or upon its otherwise becoming law. HB179 Speaker of the House of Representatives President and Presiding Officer of the Senate House of Representatives I hereby certify that the within Act originated in and was passed by the House 13-FEB-18, as amended. Jeff Woodard Clerk Senate 15-MAR-18 Amended and Passed Concurred in Sen- House 28-MAR-18 ate Amendment

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Action Date Chamber Action
March 28, 2018HForwarded to Governor on March 28, 2018 at 4:30 p.m. on March 28, 2018.
March 28, 2018HAssigned Act No. 2018-502.
March 28, 2018HClerk of the House Certification
March 28, 2018HEnrolled
March 28, 2018SSignature Requested
March 28, 2018SConcurred in Second House Amendment
March 28, 2018HPoole motion to Concur In and Adopt adopted Roll Call 1077
March 28, 2018HConcurrence Requested
March 15, 2018SMotion to Read a Third Time and Pass adopted Roll Call 843
March 15, 2018SOrr motion to Adopt adopted Roll Call 842
March 15, 2018SOrr Amendment Offered
March 15, 2018SDial motion to Adopt adopted Roll Call 841
March 15, 2018SDial Amendment Offered
March 15, 2018SDial motion to Table adopted Roll Call 840
March 15, 2018SFinance and Taxation Education Amendment Offered
March 15, 2018SThird Reading Passed
March 8, 2018SRead for the second time and placed on the calendar 1 amendment
February 13, 2018SRead for the first time and referred to the Senate committee on Finance and Taxation Education
February 13, 2018HEngrossed
February 13, 2018HMotion to Read a Third Time and Pass adopted Roll Call 315
February 13, 2018HMotion to Adopt adopted Roll Call 314
February 13, 2018HWays and Means Education first Substitute Offered
February 13, 2018HThird Reading Passed
February 8, 2018HRead for the second time and placed on the calendar with 1 substitute and
January 11, 2018HRead for the first time and referred to the House of Representatives committee on Ways and Means Education
2018-03-28
Chamber: House
Result: Passed
2018-03-15
Chamber: Senate
Result: Passed
2018-03-15
Chamber: Senate
Result: Passed
2018-03-15
Chamber: Senate
Result: Passed
2018-03-15
Chamber: Senate
Result: Passed
2018-02-13
Chamber: Senate
Result: Passed
2018-02-13
Chamber: House
Result: Passed
2018-02-13
Chamber: House
Result: Passed