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FY 2008-09 FUNDING

Subsidy Allocations by School Administrative Unit

Additional information

Total new education dollars to individual SAUs since LD1 ramp-up

General EPS Information

List of EPS Matrix Positions in PDF

2008-09 EPS Salary Matrixes in PDF

Regional Salary Cost Indexes by School Administrative Unit in PDF

2008-09 EPS Special Education Allocation

Description of Steps and Data Needed:

Step 1: Base Component - Applies the 1.25 weight (for the excess cost) to all students up to 15% of the resident enrollment in PDF
Data Used:
1. Resident Enrollment (Used Oct 1, 2007 )
2. Count of Students with Disabilities (Used October 1, 2007)
3.Count of State Ward/State Agency Clients (October 2007)
4. 2008 - 2009 Base EPS Rate for District
Step 2: Prevalence Adjustment - Applies a .38 weight (for the excess cost) to all students above 15% of the resident enrollment in PDF
Data Used:
1. Resident Enrollment (Used Oct 1, 2007 )
2. Count of Students with Disabilities (Used October 1, 2007)
3.Count of State Ward/State Agency Clients (October 2007)
4. 2008 - 2009 Base EPS Rate for District
Step 3: Size Adjustment - Allocated additional funds for districts with fewer than 20 students w disabilities for lower ratios and higher per-pupil related exp in PDF
Data Used:
2. Count of Students with Disabilities (Used October 1, 2007)
3.Count of State Ward/State Agency Clients (October 2007)
3. State average teacher salary(Used 07 - 08 inflated to 08-09) 
4. State average director salary (Used 07 - 08 inflated to 08-09) 
Step 4: High Cost In-District Adjustment - Allocate additional funds for students estimated to cost 3X the statewide special ed EPS rate in PDF
Data Used:
1. Count of High Cost In-District Students (Took from estimates based on the Dec 1, 2006 count of students with placement and related services received)
2. Estimated Cost of High Cost In-District Students (Took from estimates based on the Dec 1, 2006 count of students by placement and related services received)
Step 5: High Cost Out-of-District Adjustment - Allocate additional funds for students estimated to cost 4X the statewide special ed EPS rate in PDF
Data Used:
1. Count of High Cost Out-of-Dist Students (Take from EF-S-07 Detail Data)
2. Cost of High Cost Out-of-Dist Students (Take from EF-S-07 Detail Data)

Step 6: Maintenance of Effort and Calculation of Total Allocation - with Actual High-Cost Out-of-District in PDF

Data Used:
1. 2006 - 2007 (most recent year available) expenditures
2. 2006 - 2007 Federal Revenues Inflated to 2008 - 2009 using 10% inflation rate

 

2008-09 EPS Transportation Allocations