Report 2017-104 Recommendation 28 Responses

Report 2017-104: Montebello Unified School District: County Superintendent Intervention Is Necessary to Address Its Weak Financial Management and Governance (Release Date: November 2017)

Recommendation #28 To: Montebello Unified School District

To ensure that state adult education expenditures are reasonable and justified, the board should, within one year, develop a policy that requires adult education classes to meet specific minimum thresholds for class size. If classes do not meet these thresholds, the adult program must cancel the class

60-Day Agency Response

MUSD has submitted to the Board of Education a policy requiring adult education classes to meet specific class size thresholds. If classes do not meet the minimum threshold, they will be closed.

  • Completion Date: November 2017
  • Response Date: December 2017

California State Auditor's Assessment of 60-Day Status: Fully Implemented

Montebello has developed a policy that requires adult education classes to meet specific minimum thresholds for class size.


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Agency responses received are posted verbatim.