City of Camden NJ School District 2015.pdf

Administrators complies fully with the requirements

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27600 Exhibit K-6 CITY OF CAMDEN SCHOOL DISTRICT Schedule of Findings and Questioned Costs For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2015 Section 4- Schedule of State Financial Assistance Findings and Questioned Costs (Cont’d) Finding No. 2015-020 Information on the State Program State Aid Public – Cluster: Equalization Aid GMIS No. 495-034-5120-078 Special Education Categorical Aid GMIS No. 495-034-5120-089 Security Aid GMIS No. 495-034-5120-084 Adjustment Aid GMIS No. 495-034-5120-085 Per Pupil Growth Aid GMIS No. 495-034-5120-097 PARCC Readiness Aid GMIS No. 495-034-5120-098 Preschool Education Aid GMIS No. 495-034-5120-086 Criteria or Specific Requirement Districts must complete the Application for State School Aid (A.S.S.A.) in accordance with instructions provided by the Division of Administration and Finance, Department of Education. Districts must complete a set of workpapers that document the compilation of data and provides an audit trail for testing the enrolments reported on the A.S.S.A. report. Condition The District could not provide school attendance registers for certain charter/renaissance schools within the District that agreed to the submitted A.S.S.A. report and as a result on-roll students for those schools could not be verified. Questioned Costs None Context Our test of charter/renaissance school on-roll students disclosed 11 instances where we could not trace students to school attendance registers because the registers were not provided. Additionally, charter/renaissance school enrollment records differed from their attendance registers. Combined these errors resulted in a total error of 140 students. Effect The number of charter/renaissance school on-roll students could not be verified and may have an impact on the District’s State Aid allocation.
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