2004 Special Session I

Budget Amendments - HB5001 (Committee Approved)

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Elimination of Contingency Language for At-Risk Four Year Olds and Changes in Funding Formulas

Item 146 #4h

Item 146 #4h

First Year - FY2005 Second Year - FY2006
Education: Elementary and Secondary
Direct Aid To Public Education FY2005 ($4,936,727) FY2006 ($4,981,641) GF

Page 105, line 15, strike "$2,920,427,133" and insert "$2,915,490,406".
Page 105, line 15, strike "$2,934,464,120" and insert "$2,929,482,479".
Page 105, line 25, strike "24,839,120   $25,084,079" and insert:
"$19,639,120   $19,784,079".
Page 122, line 55, strike "a $5,400 grant" and insert:
"the locality's basic aid per-pupil amount".
Page 123, strike lines 1 through 10.

(This amendment changes the funding formula for the funding distributions to localities from the state's share of a $5,400 per pupil amount to the state's share of the basic aid per pupil amount for participating localities. The amendment continues the same methodology used in fiscal year 2004 of excluding 100 percent of children who are served by either Head Start or Title I programs or services. Lastly the amendment eliminates contingency language from the At-Risk Four-Year-Olds Preschool program in House Bill 5001.)