(a) There is hereby established in every school district a fund which shall be called
the bilingual education fund, which fund shall consist of all moneys deposited therein
or transferred thereto according to law. The expenses of a school district directly attributable to such bilingual education
programs shall be paid from the bilingual education fund. Moneys deposited in or otherwise transferred to the bilingual education fund shall
only be expended for those costs directly attributable to the provision of bilingual
(b) Any balance remaining in the bilingual education fund at the end of the budget
year shall be carried forward into the bilingual education fund for succeeding budget
years. Such fund shall not be subject to the provisions of K.S.A. 79-2925 through 79-2937, and amendments thereto. In preparing the budget of such school district, the amounts credited to and the
amount on hand in the bilingual education fund, and the amount expended therefrom
shall be included in the annual budget for the information of the residents of the
(c) Each year the board of education of each school district shall prepare and submit
to the state board a report on the bilingual education program and assistance provided
by the district. Such report shall include information specifying the number of pupils who were served
or provided assistance, the type of service provided, the research upon which the
district relied in determining that a need for service or assistance existed, the
results of providing such service or assistance and any other information required
by the state board.
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