Florida Senate - 2016                        COMMITTEE AMENDMENT
       Bill No. SB 1166
                              LEGISLATIVE ACTION                        
                    Senate             .             House              
                  Comm: RCS            .                                
                  02/01/2016           .                                

       Appropriations Subcommittee on Education (Gaetz) recommended the
    1         Senate Amendment (with title amendment)
    3         Delete everything after the enacting clause
    4  and insert:
    5         Section 1. Section 1001.67, Florida Statutes, is created to
    6  read:
    7         1001.67Distinguished Florida College System Program.—A
    8  collaborative partnership is established between the State Board
    9  of Education and the Legislature to recognize the excellence of
   10  Florida’s highest-performing Florida College system
   11  institutions.
   12         (1) EXCELLENCE STANDARDS.—The following excellence
   13  standards are established for the program:
   14         (a)A 150 percent-of-normal-time completion rate of 50
   15  percent or higher, as calculated by the Division of Florida
   16  Colleges.
   17         (b)A 150 percent-of-normal-time completion rate for Pell
   18  Grant recipients of 40 percent or higher, as calculated by the
   19  Division of Florida Colleges.
   20         (c)A retention rate of 70 percent or higher, as calculated
   21  by the Division of Florida Colleges.
   22         (d)A continuing education, or transfer, rate of 72 percent
   23  or higher for students graduating with an associate of arts
   24  degree, as reported by the Florida Education and Training
   25  Placement Information Program (FETPIP).
   26         (e)A licensure passage rate on the National Council
   27  Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN) of 90
   28  percent or higher for first-time exam takers, as reported by the
   29  Board of Nursing.
   30         (f)A job placement or continuing education rate of 88
   31  percent or higher for workforce programs, as reported by FETPIP.
   32         (g)A time-to-degree for students graduating with an
   33  associate of arts degree of 2.25 years or less for first-time
   34  in-college students with accelerated college credits, as
   35  reported by the Southern Regional Education Board.
   36         (2)DISTINGUISHED COLLEGE DESIGNATION.—The State Board of
   37  Education shall designate each Florida College System
   38  institution that meets five of the seven standards identified in
   39  subsection (1) as a distinguished college.
   40         (3)DISTINGUISHED COLLEGE SUPPORT.—A Florida College System
   41  institution designated as a distinguished college by the State
   42  Board of Education is eligible for funding as specified in the
   43  General Appropriations Act.
   44         Section 2. Effective June 29, 2016, section 1004.935,
   45  Florida Statutes, is amended to read:
   46         1004.935 Adults with Disabilities Workforce Education Pilot
   47  Program.—
   48         (1) The Adults with Disabilities Workforce Education Pilot
   49  Program is established in the Department of Education through
   50  June 30, 2016, in Hardee, DeSoto, Manatee, and Sarasota Counties
   51  to provide the option of receiving a scholarship for instruction
   52  at private schools for up to 30 students who:
   53         (a) Have a disability;
   54         (b) Are 22 years of age;
   55         (c) Are receiving instruction from an instructor in a
   56  private school to meet the high school graduation requirements
   57  in s. 1002.3105(5) or s. 1003.4282;
   58         (d) Do not have a standard high school diploma or a special
   59  high school diploma; and
   60         (e) Receive “supported employment services,” which means
   61  employment that is located or provided in an integrated work
   62  setting with earnings paid on a commensurate wage basis and for
   63  which continued support is needed for job maintenance.
   65  As used in this section, the term “student with a disability”
   66  includes a student who is documented as having an intellectual
   67  disability; a speech impairment; a language impairment; a
   68  hearing impairment, including deafness; a visual impairment,
   69  including blindness; a dual sensory impairment; an orthopedic
   70  impairment; another health impairment; an emotional or
   71  behavioral disability; a specific learning disability,
   72  including, but not limited to, dyslexia, dyscalculia, or
   73  developmental aphasia; a traumatic brain injury; a developmental
   74  delay; or autism spectrum disorder.
   75         (2) A student participating in the pilot program may
   76  continue to participate in the program until the student
   77  graduates from high school or reaches the age of 40 years,
   78  whichever occurs first.
   79         (3) Supported employment services may be provided at more
   80  than one site.
   81         (4) The provider of supported employment services must be a
   82  nonprofit corporation under s. 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue
   83  Code which serves Hardee County, DeSoto County, Manatee County,
   84  or Sarasota County and must contract with a private school in
   85  this state which meets the requirements in subsection (5).
   86         (5) A private school that participates in the pilot program
   87  may be sectarian or nonsectarian and must:
   88         (a) Be academically accountable for meeting the educational
   89  needs of the student by annually providing to the provider of
   90  supported employment services a written explanation of the
   91  student’s progress.
   92         (b) Comply with the antidiscrimination provisions of 42
   93  U.S.C. s. 2000d.
   94         (c) Meet state and local health and safety laws and codes.
   95         (d) Provide to the provider of supported employment
   96  services all documentation required for a student’s
   97  participation, including the private school’s and student’s fee
   98  schedules, at least 30 days before any quarterly scholarship
   99  payment is made for the student. A student is not eligible to
  100  receive a quarterly scholarship payment if the private school
  101  fails to meet this deadline.
  103  The inability of a private school to meet the requirements of
  104  this subsection constitutes a basis for the ineligibility of the
  105  private school to participate in the pilot program.
  106         (6)(a) If the student chooses to participate in the pilot
  107  program and is accepted by the provider of supported employment
  108  services, the student must notify the Department of Education of
  109  his or her acceptance into the program 60 days before the first
  110  scholarship payment and before participating in the pilot
  111  program in order to be eligible for the scholarship.
  112         (b) Upon receipt of a scholarship warrant, the student or
  113  parent to whom the warrant is made must restrictively endorse
  114  the warrant to the provider of supported employment services for
  115  deposit into the account of the provider. The student or parent
  116  may not designate any entity or individual associated with the
  117  participating provider of supported employment services as the
  118  student’s or parent’s attorney in fact to endorse a scholarship
  119  warrant. A participant who fails to comply with this paragraph
  120  forfeits the scholarship.
  121         (7) Funds for the scholarship shall be provided from the
  122  appropriation from the school district’s Workforce Development
  123  Fund in the General Appropriations Act for students who reside
  124  in the Hardee County School District, the DeSoto County School
  125  District, the Manatee County School District, or the Sarasota
  126  County School District. During the pilot program, The
  127  scholarship amount granted for an eligible student with a
  128  disability shall be equal to the cost per unit of a full-time
  129  equivalent adult general education student, multiplied by the
  130  adult general education funding factor, and multiplied by the
  131  district cost differential pursuant to the formula required by
  132  s. 1011.80(6)(a) for the district in which the student resides.
  133         (8) Upon notification by the Department of Education that
  134  it has received the required documentation, the Chief Financial
  135  Officer shall make scholarship payments in four equal amounts no
  136  later than September 1, November 1, February 1, and April 1 of
  137  each academic year in which the scholarship is in force. The
  138  initial payment shall be made after the Department of Education
  139  verifies that the student was accepted into the pilot program,
  140  and subsequent payments shall be made upon verification of
  141  continued participation in the pilot program. Payment must be by
  142  individual warrant made payable to the student or parent and
  143  mailed by the Department of Education to the provider of
  144  supported employment services, and the student or parent shall
  145  restrictively endorse the warrant to the provider of supported
  146  employment services for deposit into the account of that
  147  provider.
  148         (9) Subsequent to each scholarship payment, the Department
  149  of Education shall request from the Department of Financial
  150  Services a sample of endorsed warrants to review and confirm
  151  compliance with endorsement requirements.
  152         Section 3. Effective July 1, 2016, and upon the expiration
  153  of the amendment to section 1011.62, Florida Statutes, made by
  154  chapter 2015-222, Laws of Florida, paragraphs (e) and (o) of
  155  subsection (1), paragraph (a) of subsection (4), and present
  156  subsection (13) of that section are amended, present subsections
  157  (13), (14), and (15) of that section are redesignated as
  158  subsections (14), (15), and (16), respectively, and a new
  159  subsection (13) is added to that section, to read:
  160         1011.62 Funds for operation of schools.—If the annual
  161  allocation from the Florida Education Finance Program to each
  162  district for operation of schools is not determined in the
  163  annual appropriations act or the substantive bill implementing
  164  the annual appropriations act, it shall be determined as
  165  follows:
  167  OPERATION.—The following procedure shall be followed in
  168  determining the annual allocation to each district for
  169  operation:
  170         (e) Funding model for exceptional student education
  171  programs.—
  172         1.a. The funding model uses basic, at-risk, support levels
  173  IV and V for exceptional students and career Florida Education
  174  Finance Program cost factors, and a guaranteed allocation for
  175  exceptional student education programs. Exceptional education
  176  cost factors are determined by using a matrix of services to
  177  document the services that each exceptional student will
  178  receive. The nature and intensity of the services indicated on
  179  the matrix shall be consistent with the services described in
  180  each exceptional student’s individual educational plan. The
  181  Department of Education shall review and revise the descriptions
  182  of the services and supports included in the matrix of services
  183  for exceptional students and shall implement those revisions
  184  before the beginning of the 2012-2013 school year.
  185         b. In order to generate funds using one of the two weighted
  186  cost factors, a matrix of services must be completed at the time
  187  of the student’s initial placement into an exceptional student
  188  education program and at least once every 3 years by personnel
  189  who have received approved training. Nothing listed in the
  190  matrix shall be construed as limiting the services a school
  191  district must provide in order to ensure that exceptional
  192  students are provided a free, appropriate public education.
  193         c. Students identified as exceptional, in accordance with
  194  chapter 6A-6, Florida Administrative Code, who do not have a
  195  matrix of services as specified in sub-subparagraph b. shall
  196  generate funds on the basis of full-time-equivalent student
  197  membership in the Florida Education Finance Program at the same
  198  funding level per student as provided for basic students.
  199  Additional funds for these exceptional students will be provided
  200  through the guaranteed allocation designated in subparagraph 2.
  201         2. For students identified as exceptional who do not have a
  202  matrix of services and students who are gifted in grades K
  203  through 8, there is created a guaranteed allocation to provide
  204  these students with a free appropriate public education, in
  205  accordance with s. 1001.42(4)(l) and rules of the State Board of
  206  Education, which shall be allocated initially annually to each
  207  school district in the amount provided in the General
  208  Appropriations Act. These funds shall be supplemental in
  209  addition to the funds appropriated for the basic funding level
  210  on the basis of FTE student membership in the Florida Education
  211  Finance Program, and the amount allocated for each school
  212  district shall not be recalculated once during the year, based
  213  on actual student membership from the October FTE survey. Upon
  214  recalculation, if the generated allocation is greater than the
  215  amount provided in the General Appropriations Act, the total
  216  shall be prorated to the level of the appropriation based on
  217  each district’s share of the total recalculated amount. These
  218  funds shall be used to provide special education and related
  219  services for exceptional students and students who are gifted in
  220  grades K through 8. Beginning with the 2007-2008 fiscal year, A
  221  district’s expenditure of funds from the guaranteed allocation
  222  for students in grades 9 through 12 who are gifted may not be
  223  greater than the amount expended during the 2006-2007 fiscal
  224  year for gifted students in grades 9 through 12.
  225         (o) Calculation of additional full-time equivalent
  226  membership based on successful completion of a career-themed
  227  course pursuant to ss. 1003.491, 1003.492, and 1003.493, or
  228  courses with embedded CAPE industry certifications or CAPE
  229  Digital Tool certificates, and issuance of industry
  230  certification identified on the CAPE Industry Certification
  231  Funding List pursuant to rules adopted by the State Board of
  232  Education or CAPE Digital Tool certificates pursuant to s.
  233  1003.4203.—
  234         1.a. A value of 0.025 full-time equivalent student
  235  membership shall be calculated for CAPE Digital Tool
  236  certificates earned by students in elementary and middle school
  237  grades.
  238         b. A value of 0.1 or 0.2 full-time equivalent student
  239  membership shall be calculated for each student who completes a
  240  course as defined in s. 1003.493(1)(b) or courses with embedded
  241  CAPE industry certifications and who is issued an industry
  242  certification identified annually on the CAPE Industry
  243  Certification Funding List approved under rules adopted by the
  244  State Board of Education. A value of 0.2 full-time equivalent
  245  membership shall be calculated for each student who is issued a
  246  CAPE industry certification that has a statewide articulation
  247  agreement for college credit approved by the State Board of
  248  Education. For CAPE industry certifications that do not
  249  articulate for college credit, the Department of Education shall
  250  assign a full-time equivalent value of 0.1 for each
  251  certification. Middle grades students who earn additional FTE
  252  membership for a CAPE Digital Tool certificate pursuant to sub
  253  subparagraph a. may not use the previously funded examination to
  254  satisfy the requirements for earning an industry certification
  255  under this sub-subparagraph. Additional FTE membership for an
  256  elementary or middle grades student may shall not exceed 0.1 for
  257  certificates or certifications earned within the same fiscal
  258  year. The State Board of Education shall include the assigned
  259  values on the CAPE Industry Certification Funding List under
  260  rules adopted by the state board. Such value shall be added to
  261  the total full-time equivalent student membership for grades 6
  262  through 12 in the subsequent year for courses that were not
  263  provided through dual enrollment. CAPE industry certifications
  264  earned through dual enrollment must be reported and funded
  265  pursuant to s. 1011.80. However, if a student earns a
  266  certification through a dual enrollment course and the
  267  certification is not a fundable certification on the
  268  postsecondary certification funding list, or the dual enrollment
  269  certification is earned as a result of an agreement between a
  270  school district and a nonpublic postsecondary institution, the
  271  bonus value shall be funded in the same manner as other nondual
  272  enrollment course industry certifications. In such cases, the
  273  school district may provide for an agreement between the high
  274  school and the technical center, or the school district and the
  275  postsecondary institution may enter into an agreement for
  276  equitable distribution of the bonus funds.
  277         c. A value of 0.3 full-time equivalent student membership
  278  shall be calculated for student completion of the courses and
  279  the embedded certifications identified on the CAPE Industry
  280  Certification Funding List and approved by the commissioner
  281  pursuant to ss. 1003.4203(5)(a) and 1008.44.
  282         d. A value of 0.5 full-time equivalent student membership
  283  shall be calculated for CAPE Acceleration Industry
  284  Certifications that articulate for 15 to 29 college credit
  285  hours, and 1.0 full-time equivalent student membership shall be
  286  calculated for CAPE Acceleration Industry Certifications that
  287  articulate for 30 or more college credit hours pursuant to CAPE
  288  Acceleration Industry Certifications approved by the
  289  commissioner pursuant to ss. 1003.4203(5)(b) and 1008.44.
  290         2. Each district must allocate at least 80 percent of the
  291  funds provided for CAPE industry certification, in accordance
  292  with this paragraph, to the program that generated the funds.
  293  This allocation may not be used to supplant funds provided for
  294  basic operation of the program.
  295         3. For CAPE industry certifications earned in the 2013-2014
  296  school year and in subsequent years, the school district shall
  297  distribute to each classroom teacher who provided direct
  298  instruction toward the attainment of a CAPE industry
  299  certification that qualified for additional full-time equivalent
  300  membership under subparagraph 1.:
  301         a. A bonus in the amount of $25 for each student taught by
  302  a teacher who provided instruction in a course that led to the
  303  attainment of a CAPE industry certification on the CAPE Industry
  304  Certification Funding List with a weight of 0.1.
  305         b. A bonus in the amount of $50 for each student taught by
  306  a teacher who provided instruction in a course that led to the
  307  attainment of a CAPE industry certification on the CAPE Industry
  308  Certification Funding List with a weight of 0.2, 0.3, 0.5, and
  309  1.0.
  310         c. A bonus of $75 for each student taught by a teacher who
  311  provided instruction in a course that led to the attainment of a
  312  CAPE industry certification on the CAPE Industry Certification
  313  Funding List with a weight of 0.3.
  314         d. A bonus of $100 for each student taught by a teacher who
  315  provided instruction in a course that led to the attainment of a
  316  CAPE industry certification on the CAPE Industry Certification
  317  Funding List with a weight of 0.5 or 1.0.
  319  Bonuses awarded pursuant to this paragraph shall be provided to
  320  teachers who are employed by the district in the year in which
  321  the additional FTE membership calculation is included in the
  322  calculation. Bonuses shall be calculated based upon the
  323  associated weight of a CAPE industry certification on the CAPE
  324  Industry Certification Funding List for the year in which the
  325  certification is earned by the student. Any bonus awarded to a
  326  teacher under this paragraph may not exceed $2,000 in any given
  327  school year and is in addition to any regular wage or other
  328  bonus the teacher received or is scheduled to receive.
  330  Legislature shall prescribe the aggregate required local effort
  331  for all school districts collectively as an item in the General
  332  Appropriations Act for each fiscal year. The amount that each
  333  district shall provide annually toward the cost of the Florida
  334  Education Finance Program for kindergarten through grade 12
  335  programs shall be calculated as follows:
  336         (a) Estimated taxable value calculations.—
  337         1.a. Not later than 2 working days before prior to July 19,
  338  the Department of Revenue shall certify to the Commissioner of
  339  Education its most recent estimate of the taxable value for
  340  school purposes in each school district and the total for all
  341  school districts in the state for the current calendar year
  342  based on the latest available data obtained from the local
  343  property appraisers. The value certified shall be the taxable
  344  value for school purposes for that year, and no further
  345  adjustments shall be made, except those made pursuant to
  346  paragraphs (c) and (d), or an assessment roll change required by
  347  final judicial decisions as specified in paragraph (15)(b)
  348  (14)(b). Not later than July 19, the Commissioner of Education
  349  shall compute a millage rate, rounded to the next highest one
  350  one-thousandth of a mill, which, when applied to 96 percent of
  351  the estimated state total taxable value for school purposes,
  352  would generate the prescribed aggregate required local effort
  353  for that year for all districts. The Commissioner of Education
  354  shall certify to each district school board the millage rate,
  355  computed as prescribed in this subparagraph, as the minimum
  356  millage rate necessary to provide the district required local
  357  effort for that year.
  358         b. The General Appropriations Act shall direct the
  359  computation of the statewide adjusted aggregate amount for
  360  required local effort for all school districts collectively from
  361  ad valorem taxes to ensure that no school district’s revenue
  362  from required local effort millage will produce more than 90
  363  percent of the district’s total Florida Education Finance
  364  Program calculation as calculated and adopted by the
  365  Legislature, and the adjustment of the required local effort
  366  millage rate of each district that produces more than 90 percent
  367  of its total Florida Education Finance Program entitlement to a
  368  level that will produce only 90 percent of its total Florida
  369  Education Finance Program entitlement in the July calculation.
  370         2. On the same date as the certification in sub
  371  subparagraph 1.a., the Department of Revenue shall certify to
  372  the Commissioner of Education for each district:
  373         a. Each year for which the property appraiser has certified
  374  the taxable value pursuant to s. 193.122(2) or (3), if
  375  applicable, since the prior certification under sub-subparagraph
  376  1.a.
  377         b. For each year identified in sub-subparagraph a., the
  378  taxable value certified by the appraiser pursuant to s.
  379  193.122(2) or (3), if applicable, since the prior certification
  380  under sub-subparagraph 1.a. This is the certification that
  381  reflects all final administrative actions of the value
  382  adjustment board.
  384  connected student supplement is created to provide supplemental
  385  funding for school districts to support the education of
  386  students connected with federally owned military installations,
  387  National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) real
  388  property, and Indian lands. To be eligible for this supplement,
  389  the district must be eligible for federal Impact Aid Program
  390  funds under s. 8003 of Title VIII of the Elementary and
  391  Secondary Education Act of 1965. The supplement shall be
  392  allocated annually to each eligible school district in the
  393  amount provided in the General Appropriations Act. The
  394  supplement shall be the sum of the student allocation and an
  395  exempt property allocation.
  396         (a)The student allocation shall be calculated based on the
  397  number of students reported for federal Impact Aid Program
  398  funds, including students with disabilities, who meet one of the
  399  following criteria:
  400         1.The student has a parent who is on active duty in the
  401  uniformed services or is an accredited foreign government
  402  official and military officer. Students with disabilities shall
  403  also be reported separately for this category.
  404         2.The student resides on eligible federally owned Indian
  405  land. Students with disabilities shall also be reported
  406  separately for this category.
  407         3.The student resides with a civilian parent who lives or
  408  works on eligible federal property connected with a military
  409  installation or NASA. The number of these students shall be
  410  multiplied by a factor of 0.5.
  411         (b)The total number of federally connected students
  412  calculated under paragraph (a) shall be multiplied by a
  413  percentage of the base student allocation as provided in the
  414  General Appropriations Act. The total of the number of students
  415  with disabilities as reported separately under subparagraphs
  416  (a)1. and (a)2. shall be multiplied by an additional percentage
  417  of the base student allocation as provided in the General
  418  Appropriations Act. The base amount and the amount for students
  419  with disabilities shall be summed to provide the student
  420  allocation.
  421         (c)The exempt property allocation shall be equal to the
  422  tax-exempt value of federal impact aid lands reserved as
  423  military installations, real property owned by NASA, or eligible
  424  federally owned Indian lands located in the district, as of
  425  January 1 of the previous year, multiplied by the millage
  426  authorized and levied under s. 1011.71(2).
  427         (14)(13) QUALITY ASSURANCE GUARANTEE.—The Legislature may
  428  annually in the General Appropriations Act determine a
  429  percentage increase in funds per K-12 unweighted FTE as a
  430  minimum guarantee to each school district. The guarantee shall
  431  be calculated from prior year base funding per unweighted FTE
  432  student which shall include the adjusted FTE dollars as provided
  433  in subsection (15) (14), quality guarantee funds, and actual
  434  nonvoted discretionary local effort from taxes. From the base
  435  funding per unweighted FTE, the increase shall be calculated for
  436  the current year. The current year funds from which the
  437  guarantee shall be determined shall include the adjusted FTE
  438  dollars as provided in subsection (15) (14) and potential
  439  nonvoted discretionary local effort from taxes. A comparison of
  440  current year funds per unweighted FTE to prior year funds per
  441  unweighted FTE shall be computed. For those school districts
  442  which have less than the legislatively assigned percentage
  443  increase, funds shall be provided to guarantee the assigned
  444  percentage increase in funds per unweighted FTE student. Should
  445  appropriated funds be less than the sum of this calculated
  446  amount for all districts, the commissioner shall prorate each
  447  district’s allocation. This provision shall be implemented to
  448  the extent specifically funded.
  449         Section 4. Effective July 1, 2016, and upon the expiration
  450  of the amendment to section 1011.71, Florida Statutes, made by
  451  chapter 2015-222, Laws of Florida, subsection (1) of that
  452  section is amended to read:
  453         1011.71 District school tax.—
  454         (1) If the district school tax is not provided in the
  455  General Appropriations Act or the substantive bill implementing
  456  the General Appropriations Act, each district school board
  457  desiring to participate in the state allocation of funds for
  458  current operation as prescribed by s. 1011.62(15) s. 1011.62(14)
  459  shall levy on the taxable value for school purposes of the
  460  district, exclusive of millage voted under the provisions of s.
  461  9(b) or s. 12, Art. VII of the State Constitution, a millage
  462  rate not to exceed the amount certified by the commissioner as
  463  the minimum millage rate necessary to provide the district
  464  required local effort for the current year, pursuant to s.
  465  1011.62(4)(a)1. In addition to the required local effort millage
  466  levy, each district school board may levy a nonvoted current
  467  operating discretionary millage. The Legislature shall prescribe
  468  annually in the appropriations act the maximum amount of millage
  469  a district may levy.
  470         Section 5. Except as otherwise expressly provided in this
  471  act, this act shall take effect July 1, 2016.
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  474  And the title is amended as follows:
  475         Delete everything before the enacting clause
  476  and insert:
  477                        A bill to be entitled                      
  478         An act relating to education; creating s. 1001.67,
  479         F.S.; establishing a collaboration between the state
  480         board and the Legislature to designate certain Florida
  481         College System institutions as distinguished colleges;
  482         specifying standards for the designation; requiring
  483         the state board to award the designation to certain
  484         Florida College System institutions; providing that
  485         the designated institutions are eligible for funding
  486         as specified in the General Appropriations Act;
  487         amending s. 1004.935, F.S.; deleting the scheduled
  488         termination of the Adults with Disabilities Workforce
  489         Education Pilot Program; changing the name of the
  490         program to the “Adults with Disabilities Workforce
  491         Education Program”; amending s. 1011.62, F.S.;
  492         revising the calculation for certain supplemental
  493         funds for exceptional student education programs;
  494         requiring the funds to be prorated under certain
  495         circumstances; revising the funding of full-time
  496         equivalent values for students who earn CAPE industry
  497         certifications through dual enrollment; deleting a
  498         provision prohibiting a teacher’s bonus from exceeding
  499         a specified amount; creating a federally connected
  500         student supplement for school districts; specifying
  501         eligibility requirements and calculations for
  502         allocations of the supplement; amending s. 1011.71,
  503         F.S.; conforming a cross-reference; providing
  504         effective dates.