7 Miss. Code. R. § 3-48.4 - Withholding Funds
Current through April 7, 2022
WITHHOLDING OF FUNDS FOR FAILURE TO SUBMIT STUDENT, FISCAL, AND PERSONNEL DATA. The State Superintendent of Education may withhold payment of Mississippi Adequate Education Program (MAEP) funds to a school district which fails to submit any reports containing student, fiscal and personnel data necessary to meet state and/or federal requirements on or before the required due dates of the report. Notice of a report being subject to withholding of MAEP funds, along with the due date of the report, must be given at the time of the request of the report.
Upon written notification to the Department of Education from the Department of Finance and Administration, Office of Insurance, the State Superintendent of Education shall withhold payment of Mississippi Adequate Education Program funds to those districts that fail to remit premiums, interest penalties and/or late charges under the State and School Employees' Life and Health Insurance Plan. Noncompliance with these rules and regulations shall result in a violation of compulsory accreditation standards as established by the State Board of Education and Commission on School Accreditation.
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