The Amendments are part of Stage 3 of the CSA's implementation of the point of sale disclosure project (the POS Project).The Amendments will require ETFs to produce and file a summary disclosure document called "ETF Facts", which must be made available on the ETF's or the ETF manager's website (the ETF Facts Filing Requirement).
A local educational agency, including a charter school, may require a full-year course in ethnic studies at its discretion pursuant to paragraph (2).(ii) Subject to the course offerings of a local educational agency, including a charter school, a pupil may fulfill the requirement of clause (i) through the completion of either of the following types of courses:(II) (ia) Except as provided in sub-subclause (ib), an ethnic studies course taught as a course in another subject, including, but not limited to, subjects that are required for a diploma of graduation from high school pursuant to this section.(iii) A pupil completing a course described in subclause (II) of clause (ii) shall also accrue credit for coursework in the subject that the course is offered, including, if applicable, credit towards satisfying a course required for a diploma of graduation from high school pursuant to this section.(b) The governing board, with the active involvement of parents, administrators, teachers, and pupils, shall adopt alternative means for pupils to complete the prescribed course of study that may include practical demonstration of skills and competencies, supervised work experience or other outside school experience, career technical education classes offered in high schools, courses offered by regional occupational centers or programs, interdisciplinary study, independent study, and credit earned at a postsecondary educational institution.to the high school graduation requirements commencing with the 2024–25 school year.The bill would authorize local educational agencies, including charter schools, to require a full-year course in ethnic studies at their discretion, as specified.The model curriculum shall be developed with participation from faculty of ethnic studies programs at universities and colleges with ethnic studies programs and a group of representatives of local educational agencies, a majority of whom are kindergarten to grade 12, inclusive, teachers who have relevant experience or education background in the study and teaching of ethnic studies.(b) The model curriculum shall be written as a guide to allow school districts to adapt their courses to reflect the pupil demographics in their communities.
The model curriculum shall include examples of courses offered by local educational agencies that have been approved as meeting the A–G admissions requirements of the University of California and the California State University, including, to the extent possible, course outlines for those courses.(c) On or before December 31, 2019, the Instructional Quality Commission shall submit the model curriculum to the state board for adoption, and the state board shall adopt the model curriculum on or before March 31, 2020.The amendments are to: (the Consequential Amendments).