2010 Florida Statutes
Budget system established.
Budget system established.—
The State Board of Education shall prepare and submit a coordinated K-20 education annual legislative budget request to the Governor and the Legislature on or before the date provided by the Governor and the Legislature. The board’s legislative budget request must clearly define the needs of school districts, 1community colleges, universities, other institutions, organizations, programs, and activities under the supervision of the board and that are assigned by law or the General Appropriations Act to the Department of Education.
There shall be established in each school district and 1community college a budget system as prescribed by law and rules of the State Board of Education.
There shall be established in each state university a budget system as prescribed by law and rules of the Board of Governors.
Each district school board and each 1community college board of trustees shall prepare, adopt, and submit to the Commissioner of Education for review an annual operating budget. Operating budgets shall be prepared and submitted in accordance with the provisions of law, rules of the State Board of Education, the General Appropriations Act, and for district school boards in accordance with the provisions of ss. 200.065 and 1011.64.
Each state university board of trustees shall prepare, adopt, and submit to the Chancellor of the State University System for review an annual operating budget in accordance with provisions of law, rules of the Board of Governors, and the General Appropriations Act.
The State Board of Education shall coordinate with the Board of Governors to facilitate the budget system requirements of this section. The Board of Governors exclusively retains the review and approval powers of this section for state universities.
s. 601, ch. 2002-387; s. 149, ch. 2007-217.
Section 21, ch. 2010-70, directs the Division of Statutory Revision to prepare a reviser’s bill to substitute the term “Florida College System institution” for the terms “Florida college,” “community college,” and “junior college” where those terms appear in the Florida K-20 Education Code.