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What are Resident Subsidy Counts?
Public School Resident Subsidy Counts are the counts of students that are used in the calculation of subsidy for school administrative units. These numbers are derived from the publicly funded resident enrollment counts reported in the Maine Education Data Management System (MEDMS) twice a year, on October 1 and April 1. These numbers also include superintendant transfers.
For public school systems, the October 1 and April 1 student counts are the student counts used to determine state subsidy amounts.
Resident subsidy counts are based on where the students' parent resides. They are counts of students who reside in each school unit and are educated at public expense. Public school unit resident subsidizable counts include:
Resident Subsidy Counts do NOT include:
If you are looking for Attending student counts, based on where students are enrolled, please see Attending Counts.
If you are looking for Resident student counts, based on where students live, please see Resident Enrollment.
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