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EXAMPLE 1 Determining the number of formula children and eligibility for a new LEA created as a result of LEA consolidations(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)(7)(8)(9)(10)Formula
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EXAMPLE 2 Determining the number of formula children and eligibility for a new LEA created as a result of LEA or partial LEA consolidations(11)(12)Adjusted
Number of Formula ChildrenNumber as Percent of Targeted
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Column (1)VCensus poverty estimate for the sending LEA from which the special LEAs draw students.
Column (2)ENumber of FRPL students enrolled in the sending LEA and special LEAs.
Column (3)NPercent of all FRPL students enrolled in the sending LEA and each special LEA.
Column (4)TAdjusted Census poverty estimate for sending LEA and each special LEA (the total forJColumn (1) (76,000) x individual percentage figures shown in Column (3)).
Column (5)%The number of other formula children.
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Transferring Estimate forto SEADraws Students
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Column (7)jAdjusted Census poverty estimate for LEAs 1  6 (Column (1) less Column (6)). The derived Census estimatepfor the special LEA is the total from Column (6). The total in Column (7) should equal the total in Column (1).
Column (8)IThe number of other formula children in the LEAs that have such children.
Column (9)LThe total number of formula children for each LEA (Column (7) + Column (8)). EXAMPLE 6kDetermining whether LEAs on the Census list and special LEAs are eligible after determining a formula countEstimate of Sending LEAsfor Sending LEAs
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(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)(7)(8) (9)
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EXAMPLE 1 Determining the number of formula children and eligibility for a new LEA created as a result of LEA consolidations(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)(7)(8)(9)(10)Formula
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Column (8)IThe number of other formula children in the LEAs that have such children.
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.(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)(7)(8) (9)
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(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)(7)(8) (9)
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(11)
(12)
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Determining an allocation for a new LEA that is not on the Census list and was created as a result of LEA consolidations
(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)(7)(8) (9)
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(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)(7)(8) (9)
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EXAMPLE 1 Determining the number of formula children and eligibility for a new LEA created as a result of LEA consolidations(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)(7)(8)(9)(10)Formula
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Column (8)IThe number of other formula children in the LEAs that have such children.
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& Special LEAUColumn (1) Number of children living in LEAs 1  6 and enrolled in the special LEA.Column (2) Census population for each LEA from which the special LEA draws students. The special LEA is not on the Census list.vColumn (3) Adjusted 5  17 population for LEAs 1  6 (Column (2) less Column (1)) and the derived 5  17 population E for the special LEA (the total from Column (1)).aColumn (4) Adjusted number of formula children for each LEA taken from Column (9) in Example 5.MColumn (5) Percent of formula children in each LEA (Column (4)/Column (3)). EXAMPLE 7Basic GrantAmount
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EXAMPLE 9 EXAMPLE 5Determining an allocation for a new LEA that is not on the Census list and was created as a result of partial LEA consolidations
EXAMPLE 8i Determining adjusted allocations for a special LEA not on the Census list and for sending LEAs Determining an allocation for a new LEA that is not on the Census list and was created as a result of LEA consolidationswColumn (6) The consolidated LEA's population 5  17 is the sum of children that transferred out of LEAs 1, 2, and 3.Column (8) The amount in column (8) is the Basic Grant amounts shown in Column (1) transferring from LEAs 1  3 to the consolidated LEA. KColumn (9) Column (9) is the sum of Column (8) for the consolidated LEA. Determining an allocation for a new LEA that is not on the Census list and was created as a result of LEA consolidations EXAMPLE 7Column (5) The number of formula children in the consolidated LEA is the sum of formula children transferring out of LEAs 1, 2, and 3. That number As a result of the creation of the consolidated LEA, the remaining part of LEA 2 is no longer eligible for a Concentration Grant.In this example the consolidated LEA is eligible for a Basic, Concentration, Targeted, and Education Finance Incentive Grant. LEAs 1, 2, and 3 cease to exist. Column (4) The SEA knows the number of formula children transferring from LEA 2 to the consolidated LEA. If the number is not known, the SEA may assume LEA may also derive a census count based on the proportion of poor children transferring to LEA 2 using another poverty measure such as free lunch. the proportion of formula children transferring to the consolidated LEA is the same as the proportion of the enrollment transferring to that LEA. An Sas a result of the adjustment, LEA 2 no longer qualifies for a Concentration Grant.In this example the consolidated LEA is eligible for a Basic, Concentration, Targeted, and Education Finance Incentive Grant. Note that, A (Special LEA draws its students from several LEAs) determine the consolidated LEA's eligibility for Basic, Concentration, Targeted and Education Finance Incentive Grants. is used to determine the consolidated LEA's eligibility for Basic, Concentration, Targeted, and Education Finance Incentive Grants.Column (7) The percent of formula children in the consolidated LEA is based on the total determined in Column (5) divided by the total determined in Column (6). This percentage is used in determining eligibility for Basic, Concentration, Targeted, and Education Finance Incentive Grants.r Note: the total in Column (4) will exceed the total reported by the Census Bureau.If the SEA is unable to identify the sending LEA for each child enrolled in a special LEA, the SEA may use alternative poverty data for the special LEA and compute Column (7) For LEAs 1  6, the number is the 5  17 population reported by the Census Bureau. For the special LEAs, the number is the enrollment of children ? ages 5  17 reported to the SEA.Column (5) The EDdetermined allocation for each LEA on the Census list in Column (4) multiplied by 2.37%. The total for Column (5) is the amount available for Special $ LEAs 1 and 2.%Column (7) Column (4)  Column (5).%Column (8) Column (6) + Column (7).fColumn (6) Distribution to Special LEAs 1 and 2 is based on the percentage determined in Column (3).In this example the consolidated LEA is eligible for Basic, Concentration, Targeted, and Education Finance Incentive Grants. Note that, as a result of the ?adjustment, LEA 2 no longer qualifies for Concentration Grants. determine the consolidated LEA's eligibility for Basic, Concentration, Targeted, and Education Finance Incentive Grants.~an equating factor. The SEA uses the equating factor to estimate the number of Census poverty children for each special LEA. NOTE: The SEA repeats these calculations to determine adjusted Concentration, Targeted, and Education Finance Incentive Grant allocations for special LEAs. z.*k}[fDuSO
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(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)(7)(8) (9)
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(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)(7)(8) (9)
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EXAMPLE 1 Determining the number of formula children and eligibility for a new LEA created as a result of LEA consolidations(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)(7)(8)(9)(10)Formula
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EXAMPLE 2 Determining the number of formula children and eligibility for a new LEA created as a result of LEA or partial LEA consolidations(11)(12)Adjusted
Number of Formula ChildrenNumber as Percent of Targeted
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Special LEA 1
Special LEA 2
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Column (1)VCensus poverty estimate for the sending LEA from which the special LEAs draw students.
Column (2)ENumber of FRPL students enrolled in the sending LEA and special LEAs.
Column (3)NPercent of all FRPL students enrolled in the sending LEA and each special LEA.
Column (4)TAdjusted Census poverty estimate for sending LEA and each special LEA (the total forJColumn (1) (76,000) x individual percentage figures shown in Column (3)).
Column (5)%The number of other formula children.
Column (6)MThe total number of formula children for each LEA is Column (4) + Column (5). EXAMPLE 4\Determining whether sending and special LEAs are eligible after determining a formula count U (Several special LEAs drawing children from one LEA on the Census list) Adjusted Children Enrolled Estimate ofEstimate of the in Each SpecialNumber of Formula
As Percent ofLEA & Living in AgesChildren for SendingLEA & Special LEAsAges 5  17JNumber of children living in sending LEA and enrolled in the special LEAs.=Census population ages 5  17 for sending LEA provided by ED.{Estimated 5  17 population. For sending LEA it is Column (2) less the total in Column (1). For each special LEA 1  3, %it is the number shown in Column (1).TAdjusted number of formula children for each LEA taken from Column (6) in Example 3.\Formula count as a percent of each LEA's estimated 5  17 population (Column (4)/Column(3)).l Determining the number of formula children for a special LEA not on the Census list FRPL
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Sending LEAsFrom which Other Children Reported& Enrolled in Enrolled in
Transferring Estimate forto SEADraws Students
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Column (7)jAdjusted Census poverty estimate for LEAs 1  6 (Column (1) less Column (6)). The derived Census estimatepfor the special LEA is the total from Column (6). The total in Column (7) should equal the total in Column (1).
Column (8)IThe number of other formula children in the LEAs that have such children.
Column (9)LThe total number of formula children for each LEA (Column (7) + Column (8)). EXAMPLE 6kDetermining whether LEAs on the Census list and special LEAs are eligible after determining a formula countEstimate of Sending LEAsfor Sending LEAs
& Special LEAUColumn (1) Number of children living in LEAs 1  6 and enrolled in the special LEA.Column (2) Census population for each LEA from which the special LEA draws students. The special LEA is not on the Census list.vColumn (3) Adjusted 5  17 population for LEAs 1  6 (Column (2) less Column (1)) and the derived 5  17 population E for the special LEA (the total from Column (1)).aColumn (4) Adjusted number of formula children for each LEA taken from Column (9) in Example 5.MColumn (5) Percent of formula children in each LEA (Column (4)/Column (3)). EXAMPLE 7Basic GrantAmount
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DeterminedAdjusted EDLEA 2 (on Census list (Part))Consolidated LEA (not onthe Census list) created out of+Column (2) From Column (3) in Example 2.&Column (3) Column (1) / Column (2).Column (5) The number of formula children in the consolidated LEA is the sum of formula children transferring out of LEAs 1, 2, and 3. That number is used to&Column (6) Column (2)  Column (5).&Column (8) Column (4)  Column (7).Column (9) Because part of LEA 2 does not consolidate, Title I eligibility for the part of LEA 2 that remains is based on its adjusted numberColumn (10) Column (3) x Column (5). The amount transferred from LEAs 1  3 to the consolidated LEA is the sum of Column (10). Column (11) Adjusted allocation is Column (1)  Column (10) for LEAs 1  3, a< nd is the sum of Column (10) for the consolidated LEA.DerivedCensus PovertyTransferring toLEAs toSpecial LEA Special LEA (not on Census list)+Column (2) From Column (1) in Example 5.+Column (3) From Column (8) in Example 5.&Column (4) Column (2) + Column (3).%Column (5) Column (1)/ Column (4).+Column (6) From Column (6) in Example 5.Column (7) Column (5) x Column (6) for LEAs 1  6. Sum of Column (7) is the amount transferred from LEAs 16 to the special LEA.~Column (8) Adjusted allocation is Column (1)  Column (7) for LEAs 1  6, and is the sum of Column (7) for the special LEA. EXAMPLE 10cEquating alternative poverty data to census poverty data to derive a formula count for special LEAs FRPL Data
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EXAMPLE 8i Determining adjusted allocations for a special LEA not on the Census list and for sending LEAs Determining an allocation for a new LEA that is not on the Census list and was created as a result of LEA consolidationswColumn (6) The consolidated LEA's population 5  17 is the sum of children that transferred out of LEAs 1, 2, and 3.Column (8) The amount in column (8) is the Basic Grant amounts shown in Column (1) transferring from LEAs 1  3 to the consolidated LEA. KColumn (9) Column (9) is the sum of Column (8) for the consolidated LEA. Determining an allocation for a new LEA that is not on the Census list and was created as a result of LEA consolidations EXAMPLE 7Column (5) The number of formula children in the consolidated LEA is the sum of formula children transferring out of LEAs 1, 2, and 3. That number As a result of the creation of the consolidated LEA, the remaining part of LEA 2 is no longer eligible for a Concentration Grant.In this example the consolidated LEA is eligible for a Basic, Concentration, Targeted, and Education Finance Incentive Grant. LEAs 1, 2, and 3 cease to exist. Column (4) The SEA knows the number of formula children transferring from LEA 2 to the consolidated LEA. If the number is not known, the SEA may assume LEA may also derive a census count based on the proportion of poor children transferring to LEA 2 using another poverty measure such as free lunch. the proportion of formula children transferring to the consolidated LEA is the same as the proportion of the enrollment transferring to that LEA. An Sas a result of the adjustment, LEA 2 no longer qualifies for a Concentration Grant.In this example the consolidated LEA is eligible for a Basic, Concentration, Targeted, and Education Finance Incentive Grant. Note that, A (Special LEA draws its students from several LEAs) determine the consolidated LEA's eligibility for Basic, Concentration, Targeted and Education Finance Incentive Grants. is used to determine the consolidated LEA's eligibility for Basic, Concentration, Targeted, and Education Finance Incentive Grants.Column (7) The percent of formula children in the consolidated LEA is based on the total determined in Column (5) divided by the total determined in Column (6). This percentage is used in determining eligibility for Basic, Concentration, Targeted, and Education Finance Incentive Grants.r Note: the total in Column (4) will exceed the total reported by the Census Bureau.If the SEA is unable to identify the sending LEA for each child enrolled in a special LEA, the SEA may use alternative poverty data for the special LEA and compute Column (7) For LEAs 1  6, the number is the 5  17 population reported by the Census Bureau. For the special LEAs, the number is the enrollment of children ? ages 5  17 reported to the SEA.Column (5) The EDdetermined allocation for each LEA on the Census list in Column (4) multiplied by 2.37%. The total for Column (5) is the amount available for Special $ LEAs 1 and 2.%Column (7) Column (4)  Column (5).%Column (8) Column (6) + Column (7).fColumn (6) Distribution to Special LEAs 1 and 2 is based on the percentage determined in Column (3).In this example the consolidated LEA is eligible for Basic, Concentration, Targeted, and Education Finance Incentive Grants. Note that, as a result of the ?adjustment, LEA 2 no longer qualifies for Concentration Grants. determine the consolidated LEA's eligibility for Basic, Concentration, Targeted, and Education Finance Incentive Grants.NOTE: The SEA repeats these calculations to determine adjusted Concentration, Targeted and Education Finance Incentive Grant allocations for special LEAs. ~an equating factor. The SEA uses the equating factor to estimate the number of Census poverty children for each special LEA. NOTE: The SEA repeats these< calculations to determine adjusted Concentration, Targeted, and Education Finance Incentive Grant allocations for special LEAs. z.*k}[fDuSO
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EXAMPLE 1 Determining the number of formula children and eligibility for a new LEA created as a result of LEA consolidations(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)(7)(8)(9)(10)Formula
PopulationTotalChildren5  17
Children as aEligible forCensusOther
Number ofTransferringPercent of Povertyto ConsoliGrants &LEAEstimate dated LEAGrants?LEA 1 (on Census list)NALEA 2 (on Census list)LEA 3 (on Census list)Consolidated LEAnot shown on Censuslist created out of
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EXAMPLE 2 Determining the number of formula children and eligibility for a new LEA created as a result of LEA or partial LEA consolidations(11)(12)Adjusted
Number of Formula ChildrenNumber as Percent of Targeted
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Special LEA 1
Special LEA 2
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Column (1)VCensus poverty estimate for the sending LEA from which the special LEAs draw students.
Column (2)ENumber of FRPL students enrolled in the sending LEA and special LEAs.
Column (3)NPercent of all FRPL students enrolled in the sending LEA and each special LEA.
Column (4)TAdjusted Census poverty estimate for sending LEA and each special LEA (the total forJColumn (1) (76,000) x individual percentage figures shown in Column (3)).
Column (5)%The number of other formula children.
Column (6)MThe total number of formula children for each LEA is Column (4) + Column (5). EXAMPLE 4\Determining whether sending and special LEAs are eligible after determining a formula count U (Several special LEAs drawing children from one LEA on the Census list) Adjusted Children Enrolled Estimate ofEstimate of the in Each SpecialNumber of Formula
As Percent ofLEA & Living in AgesChildren for SendingLEA & Special LEAsAges 5  17JNumber of children living in sending LEA and enrolled in the special LEAs.=Census population ages 5  17 for sending LEA provided by ED.{Estimated 5  17 population. For sending LEA it is Column (2) less the total in Column (1). For each special LEA 1  3, %it is the number shown in Column (1).TAdjusted number of formula children for each LEA taken from Column (6) in Example 3.\Formula count as a percent of each LEA's estimated 5  17 population (Column (4)/Column(3)).l Determining the number of formula children for a special LEA not on the Census list FRPL
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Transferring Estimate forto SEADraws Students
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Column (7)jAdjusted Census poverty estimate for LEAs 1  6 (Column (1) less Column (6)). The derived Census estimatepfor the special LEA is the total from Column (6). The total in Column (7) should equal the total in Column (1).
Column (8)IThe number of other formula children in the LEAs that have such children.
Column (9)LThe total number of formula children for each LEA (Column (7) + Column (8)). EXAMPLE 6kDetermining whether LEAs on the Census list and special LEAs are eligible after determining a formula countEstimate of Sending LEAsfor Sending LEAs
& Special LEAUColumn (1) Number of children living in LEAs 1  6 and enrolled in the special LEA.Column (2) Census population for each LEA from which the special LEA draws students. The special LEA is not on the Census list.vColumn (3) Adjusted 5  17 population for LEAs 1  6 (Column (2) less Column (1)) and the derived 5  17 population E for the special LEA (the total from Column (1)).aColumn (4) Adjusted number of formula children for each LEA taken from Column (9) in Example 5.MColumn (5) Percent of formula children in each LEA (Column (4)/Column (3)). EXAMPLE 7Basic GrantAmount
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DeterminedAdjusted EDLEA 2 (on Census list (Part))Consolidated LEA (not onthe Census list) created out of+Column (2) From Column (3) in Example 2.&Column (3) Column (1) / Column (2).Column (5) The number of formula children in the consolidated LEA is the sum of formula children transferring out of LEAs 1, 2, and 3. That number is used to&Column (6) Column (2)  Column (5).&Column (8) Column (4)  Column (7).Column (9) Because part of LEA 2 does not consolidate, Title I eligibility for the part of LEA 2 that remains is based on its adjusted numberColumn (10) Column (3) x Column (5). The amount transferred from LEAs 1  3 to the consolidated LEA is the sum of Column (10). Column (11) Adjusted allocation is Column (1)  Column (10) for LEAs 1  3, a< nd is the sum of Column (10) for the consolidated LEA.DerivedCensus PovertyTransferring toLEAs toSpecial LEA Special LEA (not on Census list)+Column (2) From Column (1) in Example 5.+Column (3) From Column (8) in Example 5.&Column (4) Column (2) + Column (3).%Column (5) Column (1)/ Column (4).+Column (6) From Column (6) in Example 5.Column (7) Column (5) x Column (6) for LEAs 1  6. Sum of Column (7) is the amount transferred from LEAs 16 to the special LEA.~Column (8) Adjusted allocation is Column (1)  Column (7) for LEAs 1  6, and is the sum of Column (7) for the special LEA. EXAMPLE 10cEquating alternative poverty data to census poverty data to derive a formula count for special LEAs FRPL Data
Equated toof EligiblePrice LunchforChildren in AgesConc. GrantAll LEAs
Eligible LEAs"Special LEA 1 (not on Census list)"Special LEA 2 (not on Census list)State Total = (State equating Factor)Total alternative (FRPL) poverty data for State/Numbers in example may not add due to rounding.^Column (1) Number of free and reduced price lunch (FRPL) children in special LEAs.PColumn (2) Census poverty estimates for each LEA on the Census list.pColumn (3) FRPL count in Column (1) for each special LEA is multiplied by the State equating factor.Column (4) For LEAs 1  6, the number shown is the Census poverty estimate. For each special LEA, the number shown is derived in Column (3). tColumn (6) Total number of formula children used to determine LEA eligibility (Column (4) + Column (5)).OColumn (8) The percent of formula children (Column (6)/Column (7)). EXAMPLE 11 Basic Grant Allocations for all LEAs, including special LEAs for which the SEA is unable to identify children from a sending LEAAmount State
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Distribution Remaining for to LEAsLEAs onof Statefor LEAs onList for Special
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(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)(7)(8) (9)
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Number of Formula ChildrenNumber as Percent of Targeted
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Column (8)IThe number of other formula children in the LEAs that have such children.
Column (9)LThe total number of formula children for each LEA (Column (7) + Column (8)). EXAMPLE 6kDetermining whether LEAs on the Census list and special LEAs are eligible after determining a formula countEstimate of Sending LEAsfor Sending LEAs
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DeterminedAdjusted EDLEA 2 (on Census list (Part))Consolidated LEA (not onthe Census list) created out of+Column (2) From Column (3) in Example 2.&Column (3) Column (1) / Column (2).Column (5) The number of formula children in the consolidated LEA is the sum of formula children transferring out of LEAs 1, 2, and 3. That number is used to&Column (6) Column (2)  Column (5).&Column (8) Column (4)  Column (7).Column (9) Because part of LEA 2 does not consolidate, Title I eligibility for the part of LEA 2 that remains is based on its adjusted numberX of formula children (260) and adjusted 5  17 population (1,750).Column (10) Column (3) x Column (5). The amount transferred from LEAs 1  3 to the consolidated LEA is the sum of Column (10). Column (11) Adjusted allocation is Column (1)  Column (10) for LEAs 1  3, and is the sum of Column (10) for the consolidated LEA.NOTE: The SEA repeats these calculations to determine adjusted Concentration Grant allocations for special LEAs. As a result of the creation of the consolidated LEA, the Z remaining part of LEA 2 is no longer eligible for a Concentration Grant. EXAMPLE 9i Determining adjusted allocations for a special LEA not on the Census list and sending LEAs DerivedCensus PovertyTransferring toLEAs toSpecial LEA Special LEA (not on Census list)+Column (2) From Column (1) in Example 5.+Column (3) From Column (8) in Example 5.&Column (4) Column (2) + Column (3).%Column (5) Column (1)/ Column (4).+Column (6) From Column (6) in Example 5.Column (7) Column (5) x Column (6) for LEAs 1  6. Sum of Column (7) is the amount transferred from LEAs 16 to the special LEA.~Column (8) Adjusted allocation is Column (1)  Column (7) for LEAs 1  6, and is the sum of Column (7) for the special LEA. EXAMPLE 10cEquating alternative poverty data to census poverty data to derive a formula count for special LEAsFOR SY 19992000 ONLY FRPL DataFree & Reduced
Equated toof Children as EligiblePrice LunchPercent of theforChildren in(FRPL) Children AgesConc. Grantin Special LEAsAll LEAs
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EXAMPLE 9@ (Special LEA draws it students from several LEAs) EXAMPLE 5Determining an allocation for a new LEA that is not on the Census list and was created as a result of partial LEA consolidations
EXAMPLE 8i Determining adjusted allocations for a special LEA not on the Census list and for sending LEAs Determining an allocation for a new LEA that is not on the Census list and was created as a result of LEA consolidationswColumn (6) The consolidated LEA's population 5  17 is the sum of children that transferred out of LEAs 1, 2, and 3.Column (7) The percent of formula children in the consolidated LEA is based on the total determined in Column (5) divided by the Column (8) The amount in column (8) is the Basic Grant amounts shown in Column (1) transferring from LEAs 1  3 to the consolidated LEA. KColumn (9) Column (9) is the sum of Column (8) for the consolidated LEA. Determining an allocation for a new LEA that is not on the Census list and was created as a result of LEA consolidations EXAMPLE 7 total determined in Column (6). This percentage is used in determining eligibility for Basic, Concentration, Targeted, and Education + Finance Incentive Grants. is used to determine the consolidated LEA's eligibility for Basic, Concentration, and Education Finance Incentive Grants.Column (5) The number of formula children in the consolidated LEA is the sum of formula children transferring out of LEAs 1, 2, and 3. That number determine the consolidated LEA's eligibility for Basic, Concentration, Targeted and Education Finance Incentive Grants.NOTE: The SEA repeats these calculations to determine adjusted Concentration, Targeted & Education Finance Incentive Grant allocations for special LEAs. As a result of the creation of the consolidated LEA, the remaining part of LEA 2 is no longer eligible for a Concentration Grant.In this example the consolidated LEA is eligible for Basic, Concentration, Targeted, & Education Finance Incentive Grants. Note that, as a result of the adjustment, In this example the consolidated LEA is eligible for a Basic, Concentration, Targeted, and Education Finance Incentive Grant. LEAs 1, 2, and 3 cease to exist. Column (4) The SEA knows the number of formula children transferring from LEA 2 to the consolidated LEA. If the number is not known, the SEA may assume the proportion of formula children transferring to the consolidated LEA is the same as the proportion of the enrollment transferring to that LEA. An LEA may also derive a census count based on the proportion of poor children transferring to LEA 2 using another poverty measure such as free lunch. LEA may also derive a census count based on the proportion of poor children transferring to LEA 2 using another poverty measure such as free lunch. the proportion of formula children transferring to the consolidated LEA is the same as the proportion of the enrollment transferring to that LEA. An In this example the consolidated LEA is eligible for Basic, Concentration, Targeted, & Education Finance Incentive Grants. Note that, Sas a result of the adjustment, LEA 2 no longer qualifies for a Concentration <fGrant.In this example the consolidated LEA is eligible for Basic, Concentration, Targeted, and Education Finance Incentive Grants. Note that, In this example the consolidated LEA is eligible for a Basic, Concentration, Targeted, and Education Finance Incentive Grant. Note that, A (Special LEA draws its students from several LEAs).*k]eCb@fDb@ gE
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Determining the number of formula children and eligibility for a new LEA created as a result of LEA or partial LEA consolidations
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