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Funding Results

Charter School Facility Grant Program


Note: Recipients and funding amounts are subject to budget and administrative adjustments.

These results are for the first disbursement of the 2009-10 Charter School Facility Grant. The disbursement reimburses 2008-09 facilities expenditures and reflects 75 percent of each applicant's estimated entitlement. The estimated entitlement is contingent upon full review of expenditures submitted with the application. After a full review of the application, the total entitlement may be adjusted to reflect eligible expenditures.

Program Questions: Charter Facilities, e-mail: charterfacility@cde.ca.gov, tel. 916-323-5833

Fiscal Questions: Charter Facilities, e-mail: charterfacility@cde.ca.gov, tel. 916-323-5833


Results by County

County Name Total Entitlement
Alameda
$1,735, 334
Butte
$54,000
Contra Costa
$282,061
Del Norte
$16,073
El Dorado
$225,269
Fresno
$212,900
Humboldt
$46,688
Inyo
$13,590
Kern
$13,050
Los Angeles
$18,027,449
Madera
$85,500
Mendocino
$186,321
Nevada
$192,693
Orange
$1,149,495
Sacramento
$683,217
San Bernardino
$918,990
San Diego
$2,911,123
San Joaquin
$1,065,317
San Mateo
$57,387
Santa Clara
$830,194
Shasta
$28,800
Sonoma
$157,178
Stanislaus
$186,761
Sutter
$75,353
Tulare
$192,308
Yuba
$90,668
State Total
$29,391,031

Detailed Results by Apportionment Date

Apportionment 1: October 15, 2009 (XLS)

Apportionment 2: November 20, 2009 (XLS)

Apportionment 3: February 1, 2010 (XLS)

The following apportionments are based on verified documents in each school's application:

Apportionment 4: March 1, 2010 (XLS)

Apportionment 5: March 26, 2010 (XLS)

Apportionment 6: August 12, 2010 (XLS)

Apportionment 7: September 10, 2010 (XLS)

Apportionment 8: September 23, 2011 (XLS)

More about Charter School Facility Grant Program

Last Reviewed: Tuesday, February 16, 2016
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