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Principal Apportionment, Fiscal Year 2005–06

Distribution of funds for local educational agencies (LEAs) in support of the public school system. Includes elementary school, high school and unified school districts; charter schools; and county offices of education.

Second Principal Apportionment

Certified July 03, 2006
  • Funding Exhibits - Second Apportionment
    By LEA for three fiscal years, certified at the Second Principal Apportionment.
  • Funding Excel Files - Second Apportionment
    Detail report of the Principal Apportionment Summary, Exhibit C, Prior Year Corrections, Attendance for County Operated Community Schools and Special Education Special Day Classes, and In-lieu Property Taxes certified at the Second Principal Apportionment.

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Last Reviewed: Thursday, June 29, 2017
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