Department of Juvenile Justice Funding Flexibility Reports

This report is released quarterly in compliance with Proviso 1.43 in the 2010/11 General Appropriations Act (Act 291), previously Joint Resolution H.3352 (R.14) and Joint Resolution H.3352 (Act 86). The Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) is considered a "special school district" and mandated to "operate a continuous progress education program" throughout the year. DJJ is also a Title I school district with approximately 45% of the student population identified for special education, and therefore has less of an ability to move funds into other program areas or to cover other expenses than that of a "regular" school district. These reports request funding transfers to cover any requested educational necessities, such as textbooks, salaries, and other educational tools, or to say no requests are currently needed.

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    Funding Flexibility Report
    (2012-01-12) South Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice
    This report is released quarterly in compliance with Proviso 1.43 in the 2010/11 General Appropriations Act (Act 291). Reports request funding transfers to cover any requested educational necessities, such as textbooks, salaries, and other educational tools, or to say no requests are currently needed.
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    Funding Flexibility Report
    (2011-10-11) South Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice
    This report is released quarterly in compliance with Proviso 1.43 in the 2010/11 General Appropriations Act (Act 291). Reports request funding transfers to cover any requested educational necessities, such as textbooks, salaries, and other educational tools, or to say no requests are currently needed.
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    Funding Flexibility Report
    (2011-07-06) South Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice
    This report is released quarterly in compliance with Proviso 1.43 in the 2010/11 General Appropriations Act (Act 291). Reports request funding transfers to cover any requested educational necessities, such as textbooks, salaries, and other educational tools, or to say no requests are currently needed.
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    Funding Flexibility Report
    (2011-04-08) South Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice
    This report is released quarterly in compliance with Proviso 1.43 in the 2010/11 General Appropriations Act (Act 291). Reports request funding transfers to cover any requested educational necessities, such as textbooks, salaries, and other educational tools, or to say no requests are currently needed.
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    Funding Flexibility Report
    (2011-01-13) South Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice
    This report is released quarterly in compliance with Proviso 1.43 in the 2010/11 General Appropriations Act (Act 291). Reports request funding transfers to cover any requested educational necessities, such as textbooks, salaries, and other educational tools, or to say no requests are currently needed.