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Funding Excel Files, FY 2008-09 P-1

Apportionment exhibits provide detail of the distribution of funds by either county and/or district for fiscal year (FY) 2008-09 P-1.

First Principal Apportionment (P-1)

Principal Apportionment Summary (XLS)
Statewide detail for each field of the Principal Apportionment Summary Exhibit

Prior Year Corrections (XLS; 4MB)
Details of adjustments and prior year recomputations

Payment Schedule Summary
Details of monthly payment schedule summary by county

In-Lieu of Taxes by District of Residence (XLS)
Details of In-Lieu property taxes by district of residence for fiscal years 2008–09 P-1, 2007–08 Annual, and 2006–07 Annual R2

Countywide ADA by District of Residence (XLS; 2MB)
Details of countywide Average Daily Attendance (ADA) by district of residence for fiscal years 2008–09 P-1, 2007–08 Annual, and 2006–07 Annual R2

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Last Reviewed: Monday, July 3, 2017
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