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2005-06 Statewide Summary Data


Districts Implementing
Number
Description

890

  Elementary and unified districts could apply

  -8

  Districts did not participate

882

  Districts participated

+170

  Charter schools participated independently from their school district

1,052

  Total participating local educational agencies

Classes Implemented
 
Grade 1
Grade 2
Grade 3

Kindergarten

Combination Classes*
Totals
Option 1 (full day)

21,912

21,422

20,163

18,024

6,424

87,945

Option 2 (half day)

784

190

123

4,476

96

5,669

Total Classes

22,696
21,612
20,286
22,500
6,520
93,614
Total October 2005 Enrollment
Grade 1 Grade 2 Grade 3 Kindergarten Combination Classes* Totals

437,117

433,544

435,295

422,453

not avail.

1,728,409

Enrollment Implemented**
  Grade 1 Grade 2 Grade 3 Kindergarten Combination Classes* Totals

Option 1 (full day)

452,051

444,051

405,979

358,564

4,083

1,664,728

Option 2 (half day)

11,535

3,101

2,000

64,944

111

81,691

Total Implemented

463,586

447,152

407,979

423,508

4,194

1,746,419

Percent of Total (Option 1)

103.42%

102.42%

93.27%

84.88%

not avail.

96.32%

Percent of Total (Option 2)

2.64%

0.72%

0.46%

15.37%

not avail.

4.73%

Total Implemented

106.06%

103.14%

93.72%

100.25%

 

101.04%

Note: "Percent of Total" is the percent of total statewide enrollment as reported in October 2005.

Allocation of Funds

Option 1 (full day)

$1,605,227,736

Option 2 (half day)

39,478,428

Total Allocation

$1,644,706,164

Average Class Size in Implementing Classes (Option 1 only) ***
1,664,728 divided by 87,945 = 19

*Combination classes consist of two or more grade levels in one classroom. Although all pupils in a combination class must be counted for the purpose of the 20:1 maximum, some of them may be "ineligible" for class size reduction (CSR) funding. "Ineligibility" includes grade levels not currently part of the CSR program (e.g. fourth grade and above -- thus the fourth graders in a third/fourth combination class would be "ineligible").

**Grade-by-grade totals include pupils in combination classes. For example, pupils in a first-second grade 20:1 classroom are included in the appropriate grade level column. Pupils in the combination class column are in CSR classes that consist partially of grades 4-8.

***Includes pupils in CSR combination classes who were at grade levels ineligible for payment.

Questions: Rebecca Lee | relee@cde.ca.gov | 916-324-4533 
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