(1) Notwithstanding section 24-1-136(11)(a)(I), on or before January 15, 2010, and on or before January 15 each year thereafter,
so long as grant money was awarded to at least one school district pursuant to the
grant program during the preceding calendar year, the department shall report to the
education committees of the house of representatives and the senate, or any successor
committees, and to the governor the following information from the preceding calendar
(a) A general description of how the grant program was implemented, including the
criteria used to award the grants to school districts;
(b) The number of grants awarded, the name of each school district receiving a grant,
and the amount of each grant awarded;
(c) A summary of the goals of each school district awarded a grant with respect to
the design and development of its alternative teacher compensation plan; and
(d) A summary of the key components of each final alternative teacher compensation
plan submitted to the department pursuant to section 22-69-104(6).
(2) Each school district participating in the grant program shall provide any data
or other information requested by the department for the purpose of meeting the reporting
requirements of subsection (1) of this section.
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