This report presents County School Service Fund revenues according to their specific revenue source or program.
Separate resource codes track revenues that may have financial reporting or special accounting requirements (“unrestricted”) but which are not subject to specific constraints and may be used for any purpose not prohibited by law, as well as activities funded with revenues that have restrictions on how they are spent (“restricted”).
Viewing resource codes
By default, you only see resource codes the county actually used in 2012-13. You can include all possible resource codes by selecting “All Resource Codes” at the top of the table.
Click on the values in the “Total Revenues” column to see available revenues, expenditures, and beginning and ending balances for each revenue source.
Place your mouse on the for a brief definition of the item.
Revenues whose use is not restricted but which still have reporting or accounting requirements are part of unrestricted resource codes 1000-1999.
Additional activities using unrestricted revenues are in resource code 0000. Restricted revenues are identified with resource codes 2000-9999. (Note: The identification of restricted vs. unrestricted in this tab correlates to the unrestricted and restricted columns on the General Fund tab.)
Note: Districts and county offices report their revenues and expenditures to the California Department of Education (CDE) prior to the completion of their annual audit. Every effort is made by the CDE to catch errors or misinterpretations. However, the unaudited information is not changed after it has been certified and released by CDE. Therefore, this report may include some uncorrected data.
Ed-Data is a partnership of the California Department of Education, EdSource and the Fiscal Crisis & Management Assistance Team (FCMAT) designed to offer educators, policy makers, the legislature, parents, and the public quick access to timely and comprehensive data about K-12 education in California.