05-071 C.M.R. ch. 221, § 1 - Definitions

Current through 2022-14, April 6, 2022

A. "Administrative salaries" means the salaries and fringe benefits of Administratorsand Directors of all adult education courses so long as at least one basic literacy, high school completion or college transition course is offered, and of GED Examiners and GED proctors.
B. "Supervisory salaries" means the salaries and fringe benefits of counselors, recruiters, section or unit heads of all adult education courses so long as at least one basic literacy, high school completion or college transition course is offered.
C. "Clerical salaries" means the salaries and fringe benefits of all personnel involved in clerical activities that support adult education courses so long as at least one basic literacy, high school completion or college transition course is offered.
D. "Educational Functioning Levels" means the levels at which a learner is placed, based on the learner's ability to perform literacy-related tasks in specific content areas on State-approved standardized assessments.
E. "Citizens' advisory committee costs" means expenditures for:
(1) Travel for committee members excluding travel to committee meetings.;
(2) Salary for clerical personnel excluding committee members.;
(3) Supplies used in the operation of committee meetings; and
(4) Staff development activities for committee members.
F. "State-approved data collection system costs" means the costs of training and technical assistance for a unit's, region's or center's State-approved data collection system.
G. "State assessment (non-GED) costs" means the costs of tests required under State assessment policy.

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05-071 C.M.R. ch. 221, § 1

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