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Funding Rates and Information

Principal Apportionment funding rates and other fiscal information by fiscal year.

Principal Apportionment Funding Rates and Information

Provides funding rates and other information by fiscal year, beginning in 2015–16, for programs funded through the Principal Apportionment. Other information about the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) is available on the California Department of Education’s LCFF web page. The information on this page will be updated periodically throughout the year.

Funding information for fiscal years prior to 2015–16 can be found on the Principal Apportionment web page under the applicable fiscal year.

LCFF Gap and COLA

The LCFF Gap and COLA web page provides information on historical and prospective LCFF gap budget allocations and percentages factors, and cost-of-living (COLA) percentages since 2013–14, the inception of LCFF. The information on this page will be updated periodically throughout the year.

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Last Reviewed: Friday, July 20, 2018
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