1 HB190
2 203836-1
3 By Representative Poole
4 RFD: Ways and Means Education
5 First Read: 06-FEB-20
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8 SYNOPSIS: This bill makes a supplemental appropriation
9 from the Education Trust Fund Advancement and
10 Technology Fund for the fiscal year ending
11 September 30, 2020; to the public institutions of
12 higher education in the amount of $138,641,085; and
13 to the Department of Education, the Board of
14 Trustees of the Alabama Institute for Deaf and
15 Blind, the Board of Youth Services School
16 Districts, the Board of Directors of the Alabama
17 School of Fine Arts, and the Board of Trustees of
18 the Alabama School of Math and Science in the
19 amount of $374,274,507 for the fiscal year ending
20 September 30, 2020.
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22 A BILL
23 TO BE ENTITLED
24 AN ACT
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26 To make a supplemental appropriation from the
27 Education Trust Fund Advancement and Technology Fund for the
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1 fiscal year ending September 30, 2020, to the public
2 institutions of higher education in the amount of
3 $138,641,085, and to the Department of Education, the Board of
4 Trustees of the Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind, the
5 Board of Youth Services School Districts, the Board of
6 Directors of the Alabama School of Fine Arts, and the Board of
7 Trustees of the Alabama School of Math and Science in the
8 amount of $374,274,507 for the fiscal year ending September
9 30, 2020.
10 BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF ALABAMA:
11 Section 1. In addition to all other appropriations
12 heretofore or hereafter made, there is hereby appropriated a
13 total of $138,641,085 from the Education Trust Fund Advance-
14 ment and Technology Fund to the public institutions of higher
15 education for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2020. This
16 appropriation shall be expended as provided in Section 29-9-4,
17 Code of Alabama 1975. This appropriation shall be distributed
18 as follows:
19 Alabama Community College System $49,258,520
20 Alabama A&M University 3,041,629
21 Alabama State University 2,328,914
22 University of Alabama 16,961,597
23 University of Alabama Birmingham 11,477,410
24 University of Alabama Huntsville 5,347,877
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1 Athens State University 1,874,024
2 Auburn University 14,941,505
3 Auburn University Montgomery 3,107,737
4 Jacksonville State University 4,915,337
5 University of Montevallo 1,536,554
6 University of North Alabama 4,206,401
7 University of South Alabama 7,451,077
8 Troy University 8,746,807
9 Tuskegee University 505,434
10 University of West Alabama 2,940,262
11 Total $138,641,085
12 Section 2. In addition to all other appropriations
13 heretofore or hereafter made, there is hereby appropriated a
14 total of $374,274,507 from the Education Trust Fund
15 Advancement and Technology Fund to the Department of
16 Education, the Board of Trustees of the Alabama Institute for
17 Deaf and Blind, the Board of Youth Services School Districts,
18 the Board of Directors of the Alabama School of Fine Arts, and
19 the Board of Trustees of the Alabama School of Math and
20 Science for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2020. This
21 appropriation shall be expended as provided in Section 29-9-4,
22 Code of Alabama 1975.
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1 Section 3. (a) The Department of Education shall al-
2 locate the funds appropriated herein to the local boards of
3 education and entities as follows:
4 Alabaster City $3,125,375
5 Albertville City 2,815,733
6 Alexander City 1,522,571
7 Andalusia City 890,292
8 Anniston City 977,405
9 Arab City 1,291,626
10 Athens City 2,187,982
11 Attalla City 795,120
12 Auburn City 4,459,830
13 Autauga County 4,628,018
14 Baldwin County 15,981,886
15 Barbour County 369,636
16 Bessemer City 1,827,788
17 Bibb County 1,635,653
18 Birmingham City 11,518,520
19 Blount County 3,871,197
20 Boaz City 1,196,685
21 Brewton City 576,430
22 Bullock County 715,274
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1 Butler County 1,458,741
2 Calhoun County 4,244,440
3 Chambers County 1,751,011
4 Cherokee County 1,953,584
5 Chickasaw City 565,173
6 Chilton County 3,881,302
7 Choctaw County 642,181
8 Clarke County 1,246,625
9 Clay County 942,151
10 Cleburne County 1,242,787
11 Coffee County 1,242,608
12 Colbert County 1,291,269
13 Conecuh County 958,064
14 Coosa County 438,072
15 Covington County 1,516,074
16 Crenshaw County 1,113,461
17 Cullman City 1,614,802
18 Cullman County 4,786,792
19 Dale County 1,754,209
20 Daleville City 537,440
21 Dallas County 1,556,625
22 Decatur City 4,339,816
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1 DeKalb County 4,403,955
2 Demopolis City 1,119,294
3 Dothan City 4,610,928
4 Elba City 309,232
5 Elmore County 5,844,045
6 Enterprise City 3,387,662
7 Escambia County 2,143,262
8 Etowah County 4,269,256
9 Eufaula City 2,705,545
10 Fairfield City 827,664
11 Fayette County 1,152,451
12 Florence City 2,181,357
13 Fort Payne City 1,617,744
14 Franklin County 1,832,828
15 Gadsden City 2,611,294
16 Geneva City 640,287
17 Geneva County 1,351,186
18 Greene County 519,762
19 Gulf Shores City 184,021
20 Guntersville City 941,640
21 Hale County 1,227,437
22 Haleyville City 812,774
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1 Hartselle City 1,705,292
2 Henry County 1,260,440
3 Homewood City 2,188,751
4 Hoover City 7,090,005
5 Houston County 3,231,012
6 Huntsville City 11,795,056
7 Jackson County 2,636,647
8 Jacksonville City 806,506
9 Jasper City 1,374,340
10 Jefferson County 18,329,840
11 Lamar County 1,136,998
12 Lanett City 458,181
13 Lauderdale County 4,050,949
14 Lawrence County 2,342,484
15 Lee County 4,763,408
16 Leeds City 939,107
17 Limestone County 5,318,808
18 Linden City 235,372
19 Lowndes County 712,178
20 Macon County 972,264
21 Madison City 5,656,080
22 Madison County 9,473,679
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1 Marengo County 490,289
2 Marion County 1,655,276
3 Marshall County 2,783,882
4 Midfield City 519,250
5 Mobile County 27,333,492
6 Monroe County 1,662,695
7 Montgomery County 14,787,038
8 Morgan County 3,779,657
9 Mountain Brook City 2,206,045
10 Muscle Shoals City 1,424,330
11 Oneonta City 769,614
12 Opelika City 2,372,647
13 Opp City 640,953
14 Oxford City 2,029,772
15 Ozark City 1,054,746
16 Pelham City 1,684,672
17 Pell City 2,027,035
18 Perry County 643,332
19 Phenix City 3,562,041
20 Pickens County 1,261,464
21 Piedmont City 565,966
22 Pike County 1,094,503
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1 Pike Road City 942,382
2 Randolph County 1,068,382
3 Roanoke City 747,560
4 Russell County 1,732,181
5 Russellville City 1,230,686
6 Saraland City 1,590,139
7 Satsuma City 766,646
8 Scottsboro City 1,250,488
9 Selma City 1,487,523
10 Sheffield City 516,896
11 Shelby County 10,544,696
12 St. Clair County 4,652,221
13 Sumter County 668,916
14 Sylacauga City 1,081,660
15 Talladega City 1,010,588
16 Talladega County 3,698,224
17 Tallapoosa County 1,424,356
18 Tallassee City 884,895
19 Tarrant City 605,260
20 Thomasville City 571,313
21 Troy City 931,227
22 Trussville City 2,393,729
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1 Tuscaloosa City 5,178,251
2 Tuscaloosa County 9,354,202
3 Tuscumbia City 745,232
4 Vestavia Hills City 3,653,401
5 Walker County 3,663,686
6 Washington County 1,351,672
7 Wilcox County 762,067
8 Winfield City 643,792
9 Winston County 1,168,799
10 Acceleration Day and Evening Academy 151,098
11 LEAD Academy 29,463
12 Legacy Prep 10,618
13 University Charter School 131,527
14 Youth Services School District, (Depart-
15 ment of) 113,592
16 Deaf and Blind, (Alabama Institute for
17 the) 223,092
18 Math and Science, (Alabama School of) 140,201
19 Fine Arts, (Alabama School of) 169,878
20 Teacher Professional Development 2,000,000
21 Total $374,274,507
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1 (b) Notwithstanding any other laws to the contrary,
2 the funds appropriated to the Department of Education by
3 subsection (a) of this section shall not be expended without
4 prior approval of the State Superintendent of Education.
5 (c) The above appropriation for teacher professional
6 development shall be used to provide technology tools and
7 professional development services to classroom teachers in an
8 effort to improve instruction and student learning gains.
9 Funds shall be allocated to the Alabama Department of
10 Education to support the Digital Tools for Teachers
11 Initiative. The Department shall allocate funds through a
12 grant for local education agencies that will serve an equal
13 number of teachers per school system through the provision of
14 a technology tools package. It is the intent of the
15 legislature that the funds shall be expended only for a tools
16 package that includes a laptop, wireless tablet, a projector
17 and professional learning services. The Department shall make
18 a determination as to which packages are approved for district
19 purchases.
20 The State Superintendent shall provide a report of
21 the initiative to the Chair of the House Ways and
22 Means-Education Committee and the Chair of the Senate
23 Committee on Finance and Taxation-Education no later than
24 October 1, 2021.
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1 Section 4. All funds not expended in the current
2 fiscal year shall not revert but be carried forward for the
3 purpose appropriated.
4 Section 5. This act shall become effective
5 immediately upon its passage and approval by the Governor, or
6 upon its otherwise becoming law.
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Statutes affected:
Introduced: 29-9-4