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Funding Results

Flexible Categorical Program Funds


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

School Safety and Violence Prevention Program Apportionment entitlements, letters, and schedules detailing funding information for fiscal year 2012–13 and deferred funds from fiscal year 2011–12.

Program Questions: Action on 2008-09 Budget Acts

Fiscal Questions: Categorical Allocations Staff Contacts


Apportionments

First Apportionment

Letter of the 2012–13 Apportionments 14-Sep-2012
Schedule of the 2012–13 Apportionments (XLS)

Payment Deferred from Fiscal Year 2011–12

Letter of the First Deferred District Apportionment 01-Aug-2012
Schedule of the First Deferred District Apportionment (XLS)

Letter of the First Deferred County Office of Education Apportionment 01-Aug-2012
Schedule of the First Deferred County Office of Education Apportionment (XLS)

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Last Reviewed: Tuesday, June 27, 2017
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