CORRECTION: I just realized that I completely misread this spreadsheet, which doesn’t even include an estimate for special education (One of the columns lists Title I money that districts will already receive from the state). So the total will be about $28 million, not $37 million!
The breakdown? $22.3 $14.6 million in Title I funds, and $13 million for special education. A previous estimate had OUSD receiving $17.6 in Title I, and $13 million for special education.
California school districts will also likely receive state stabilization funds — although those will most likely backfill additional education cuts, interim superintendent Roberta Mayor said at a finance committee meeting tonight.
The third category is competitive grants, and I’ll post details on that soon.
image from Lisa Brewster’s photostream at flickr.com/creativecommons