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Basic Aid Reductions

Basic aid districts and categorical funding reductions.
Fiscal Year 2012-13

2011-12 basic aid districts and 2012-13 categorical funding reductions per SB 70, Chapter 7/2011, as amended by SB 81, Chapter 2/2012.

Schedule of the 2012-13 Categorical Program Recoveries for Basic Aid Districts (XLS; Revised 26-Jun-2013)
Schedule of the 2012-13 Basic Aid Districts (XLS)

Fiscal Year 2011-12

2010-11 basic aid districts and 2011-12 categorical funding reductions per SB 70, Chapter 7/2011.

Schedule of the 2011-12 Categorical Program Recoveries for Basic Aid Districts (XLS; Revised 03-Jul-2012)
Schedule of the 2011-12 Basic Aid Districts (XLS)

Fiscal Year 2010-11

2009-10 basic aid districts and 2010-11 categorical funding reductions per ABX4 2/2009.

Schedule of the 2010-11 Categorical Program Recoveries for Basic Aid Districts (XLS; Revised 22-Aug-2011)
Schedule of the 2010-11 Basic Aid Districts (XLS)

Questions: Julie Klein Briggs | jbriggs@cde.ca.gov | 916-323-6191 
Last Reviewed: Tuesday, September 13, 2016
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