Valley schools task force budget update. January 29, 2014. First Interim Projection was $353M. The projected deficit for FY 2014-15 was due to the following: Loss of one -time funding for on-going investment priorities Declining student enrollment,
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January 29, 2014
The projected deficit for FY 2014-15 was due to the following:
Note: Does not include Governor’s Budget
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The District receives a Base Grant for every student.
The District receives a Supplemental Grant for every high-needs student*.
The District receives a Concentration Grant for every high-needs student* over 55% total enrollment.
CALIFORNIA K-12 EXPENDITURES (PROJECTED)
Chart assumes steady increase in funding; actual funding depends on state appropriations and will vary from year to year.