Education Jobs FundThe Education Jobs program provides $1.2 billion to be used to save or create K-12 jobs for the 2010-11 school year.
Fiscal Year 2011-12
Fiscal Year 2010-11
Entitlements are calculated pursuant to the funding formula provided in Senate Bill (SB) 847 (Chapter 220, Statutes of 2010). Local educational agency (LEA) entitlements are based on each LEA’s proportionate share of revenue limit or charter school general purpose funding in 2010-11 as determined at the Second Principal Apportionment (P-2).
After final entitlements were published in July 2011, California received an additional grant from the U.S. Department of Education for the Education Jobs Fund program in the amount of $17.7 million. As a result entitlements have been recalculated to distribute the additional funding to LEAs that applied for the program. An LEA’s revised final Education Jobs entitlement is equal to 3.762 percent of its 2010-11 P-2 revenue limit or charter school general purpose funding.
Schedule of REVISED Final Entitlements for the Education Jobs Fund (XLS; Updated 09-Nov-2012)
Other Program Information
Education Jobs and Medicaid Assistance Act
Signed into law on August 10, 2010, the Act provides $1.2 billion for California education jobs in
Local Educational Agency Application (Note: The application period has now passed)
LEAs that have applied for a State Fiscal Stabilization Fund (SFSF) grant will automatically be eligible for an Education Jobs Fund grant and need not submit a separate application. LEAs that have not applied for a SFSF grant (including new direct funded charter schools or charter schools that have changed their fund type from local to direct since 2008-09) had to apply for Education Jobs Funds by completing the SFSF application.