Policy Guidance for Title I, Part A - Improving Basic Programs Operated by Local Educational Agencies - April 1996

A r c h i v e d  I n f o r m a t i o n

Example of Ranking Schools & Allocating Funds in an LEA using the 35% Eligibility Provision

Example 2 Note: Totals may not add due to rounding. 11-May-95

Per-Pupil Calculation (125% Not Required)

Amount LEA determines to allocate per-poverty child (LEA Discretion) $700.00

Total Title Allocation for LEA $4,180,273
Reservations
    Neglected - $38,000
    1% parent involvement - $23,664
    Homeless - $20,000
    Administration, including capital expenses - $184,909


Remaining amount to be distributed to schools $3,913,700

ALLOCATION TO ELIGIBLE SCHOOLS
Total Enrollment Children from Low-Income Families: Public Children from Low-Income Families: Private Total Percent Poor Eligible Schools
1=Yes
0=No
Attendance Area Allocation (no. of Poor X $700) Allocation Generated By Public School Poor Children Allocation Generated By Public School Poor Children (1)
LEA Total 14,059 6,767 100 6,867 LEA AVG. 48.84% 11 $3,913,700 $3,847,200 $66,500
Attendance Area
Violet Hill 870 850 20 870 100.00% 1 $609,000 $595,000 $14,000
Oakdale MS 276 202 8 210 76.09% 1 $147,000 $141,400 $5,600
Elemwood 951 591 24 615 64.67% 1 $430,500 $413,700 $16,800
Valley View 696 444 0 444 63.79% 1 $310,800 $310,800 $0
Hobson 601 367 10 377 62.73% 1 $263,900 $256,900 $7,000
Berlieth HS 933 550 5 555 59.49% 1 $388,500 $385,500 $3,500
Davis 1,134 646 8 654 57.67% 1 $457,800 $452,200 $5,600
Indian Rock MS 1,695 815 0 815 48.08% 1 $570,500 $570,500 $0
Roosevelt HS 203 95 0 95 46.80% 1 $66,500 $66,500 $0
Takoma HS 1,080 487 6 493 45.65% 1 $345,100 $340,900 $4,200
Camp Springs 1,026 449 14 463 45.13% 1 $324,100 $314,300 $9,800

White HIll 857 293 3 296 34.54% 0
Bannaker 874 299 2 301 34.44% 0
Eastern MS 490 142 0 142 28.98% 0
Taft HS 2,073 509 0 509 24.55% 0
Wilson HS 300 28 0 28 9.33% 0

(1) The LEA must reserve the amount of funds generated by private school children and in consultation with appropriate private school officials may (1) combine those amounts to create a pool of funds from which the LEA provides equitable services to eligible private shchool children in greatest need of those services; or (2) provide equitable services to eligible children in each private school with the funds generated by children from low-income families who attend that private school.
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