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					Estimated additional allocations to LEAs for ESEA, Title I-A; and IDEA, Part B, sec. 611 according to the H.R. 1 Conference Agreement Notes: These are estimated grants only. These estimates are provided solely to assist in comparisons of the relative impact of alternative formulas and funding levels in the legislative process. It is ultimately the responsibility of the Department of Education and states to subgrant funds to LEAs. These estimates are not intended to predict specific amounts LEAs will receive. Details may not add to totals due to rounding. a. Title I-A: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $10 billion in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. Of this amount, 1% is set aside for the outlying areas and BIA. The remaining funds are split evenly between the targeted grant and education finance incentive grant (EFIG) formulas. Estimates grants to LEAs were prepared using using the underlying factors used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants. Actual data used to grant funds to LEAs will differ. b. IDEA: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $11.3 billion for sec. 611 in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. For these estimates, it is assumed that amounts reserved for state administration and state-level activities; and amounts requird for LEA base payments come from the amount separately appropriated for FY2009. It is also assumed that no LEAs would be subject to allocations below the amounts they received for FY2008. Estimated grants were prepared using LEA population and poverty data used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants as a proxy for population and poverty data specified in sec. 611(f). Actual data used to subgrant funds to LEAs will differ. Source: CRS analysis, February 13, 2009. IDEA, PART Bb TOTAL STATE LEACODE LEA NAME TITLE I-Aa California 600001 ACTON-AGUA DULCE UNIFIED $ 84,000 $ 435,000 $ 519,000 California 600006 ROSS VALLEY ELEMENTARY $ $ 417,000 $ 417,000 California 600009 CUYAMA JOINT UNIFIED $ 59,000 $ 57,000 $ 116,000 California 600011 FORT SAGE UNIFIED $ 36,000 $ 69,000 $ 105,000 California 600012 TWIN RIDGES ELEMENTARY $ 19,000 $ 38,000 $ 57,000 California 600013 ROCKLIN UNIFIED $ $ 1,372,000 $ 1,372,000 California 600014 HESPERIA UNIFIED $ 2,699,000 $ 3,287,000 $ 5,986,000 California 600015 LUCERNE VALLEY UNIFIED $ 101,000 $ 220,000 $ 321,000 California 600016 UPLAND UNIFIED $ 1,135,000 $ 2,530,000 $ 3,666,000 California 600017 APPLE VALLEY UNIFIED $ 2,256,000 $ 2,821,000 $ 5,077,000 California 600018 MOUNTAIN VALLEY UNIFIED $ 93,000 $ 93,000 $ 186,000 California 600019 DUBLIN UNIFIED $ 127,000 $ 713,000 $ 840,000 California 600020 PLEASANTON UNIFIED $ $ 2,112,000 $ 2,112,000 California 600021 SUNOL GLEN UNIFIED $ 5,000 $ 30,000 $ 35,000 California 600022 MENDOTA UNIFIED $ 750,000 $ 497,000 $ 1,247,000 California 600025 MANHATTAN BEACH UNIFIED $ $ 846,000 $ 846,000 California 600026 EL TEJON UNIFIED $ 109,000 $ 286,000 $ 395,000 California 600027 LAKE ELSINORE UNIFIED $ 1,741,000 $ 3,750,000 $ 5,491,000 California 600028 TEMECULA VALLEY UNIFIED $ 885,000 $ 3,672,000 $ 4,557,000 California 600029 MURRIETA VALLEY UNIFIED $ 601,000 $ 2,481,000 $ 3,082,000 California 600031 PACIFIC UNIFIED $ $ 11,000 $ 11,000 California 600032 REDONDO BEACH UNIFIED $ 314,000 $ 1,370,000 $ 1,684,000 California 600033 DOS PALOS ORO LOMA JOINT UNIFIED $ 603,000 $ 572,000 $ 1,175,000 California 600034 WINDSOR UNIFIED $ 152,000 $ 832,000 $ 984,000 California 600035 FARMERSVILLE UNIFIED $ 729,000 $ 497,000 $ 1,225,000 California 600036 NATOMAS UNIFIED $ 289,000 $ 798,000 $ 1,087,000 California 600037 FERNDALE UNIFIED $ 23,000 $ 84,000 $ 107,000

Estimated additional allocations to LEAs for ESEA, Title I-A; and IDEA, Part B, sec. 611 according to the H.R. 1 Conference Agreement Notes: These are estimated grants only. These estimates are provided solely to assist in comparisons of the relative impact of alternative formulas and funding levels in the legislative process. It is ultimately the responsibility of the Department of Education and states to subgrant funds to LEAs. These estimates are not intended to predict specific amounts LEAs will receive. Details may not add to totals due to rounding. a. Title I-A: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $10 billion in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. Of this amount, 1% is set aside for the outlying areas and BIA. The remaining funds are split evenly between the targeted grant and education finance incentive grant (EFIG) formulas. Estimates grants to LEAs were prepared using using the underlying factors used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants. Actual data used to grant funds to LEAs will differ. b. IDEA: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $11.3 billion for sec. 611 in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. For these estimates, it is assumed that amounts reserved for state administration and state-level activities; and amounts requird for LEA base payments come from the amount separately appropriated for FY2009. It is also assumed that no LEAs would be subject to allocations below the amounts they received for FY2008. Estimated grants were prepared using LEA population and poverty data used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants as a proxy for population and poverty data specified in sec. 611(f). Actual data used to subgrant funds to LEAs will differ. Source: CRS analysis, February 13, 2009. IDEA, PART Bb TOTAL STATE LEACODE LEA NAME TITLE I-Aa California 600038 MATTOLE UNIFIED $ 7,000 $ 13,000 $ 19,000 California 600039 DELHI UNIFIED $ 363,000 $ 514,000 $ 877,000 California 600040 RIVERDALE JOINT UNIFIED $ 321,000 $ 281,000 $ 602,000 California 600042 WARNER UNIFIED $ 23,000 $ 61,000 $ 83,000 California 600043 SCOTTS VALLEY UNIFIED $ $ 451,000 $ 451,000 California 600044 HEALDSBURG UNIFIED $ 113,000 $ 447,000 $ 560,000 California 600045 ORLAND JOINT UNIFIED $ 287,000 $ 454,000 $ 741,000 California 600046 GONZALES UNIFIED $ 432,000 $ 429,000 $ 861,000 California 600047 TRACY JOINT UNIFIED $ 894,000 $ 2,510,000 $ 3,403,000 California 600048 PASO ROBLES JOINT UNIFIED $ 661,000 $ 1,193,000 $ 1,854,000 California 600049 COAST UNIFIED $ 50,000 $ 145,000 $ 194,000 California 600051 GRIDLEY UNIFIED $ 236,000 $ 357,000 $ 593,000 California 600052 EUREKA CITY UNIFIED $ 592,000 $ 911,000 $ 1,503,000 California 600060 HUGHSON UNIFIED $ 139,000 $ 307,000 $ 446,000 California 600061 RIVERBANK UNIFIED $ 306,000 $ 678,000 $ 984,000 California 600062 OAKDALE JOINT UNIFIED $ 297,000 $ 840,000 $ 1,136,000 California 600063 WATERFORD UNIFIED $ 130,000 $ 388,000 $ 518,000 California 600064 PORTERVILLE UNIFIED $ 4,070,000 $ 2,839,000 $ 6,909,000 California 600065 DINUBA UNIFIED $ 1,395,000 $ 1,089,000 $ 2,484,000 California 600067 CARUTHERS UNIFIED $ 256,000 $ 274,000 $ 530,000 California 600068 GOLDEN VALLEY UNIFIED $ 84,000 $ 359,000 $ 443,000 California 600069 VALLEY-CENTER-PUMA UNIFIED $ 210,000 $ 765,000 $ 976,000 California 600116 CHAWANAKEE JOINT UNIFIED $ 94,000 $ 164,000 $ 258,000 California 600153 ALHAMBRA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT $ 4,896,000 $ 4,200,000 $ 9,097,000 California 601620 ABC UNIFIED $ 2,811,000 $ 4,129,000 $ 6,941,000 $ $ 767,000 $ 767,000 California 601650 ACALANES UNION HIGH California 601680 ACKERMAN ELEMENTARY $ 15,000 $ 64,000 $ 79,000

Estimated additional allocations to LEAs for ESEA, Title I-A; and IDEA, Part B, sec. 611 according to the H.R. 1 Conference Agreement Notes: These are estimated grants only. These estimates are provided solely to assist in comparisons of the relative impact of alternative formulas and funding levels in the legislative process. It is ultimately the responsibility of the Department of Education and states to subgrant funds to LEAs. These estimates are not intended to predict specific amounts LEAs will receive. Details may not add to totals due to rounding. a. Title I-A: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $10 billion in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. Of this amount, 1% is set aside for the outlying areas and BIA. The remaining funds are split evenly between the targeted grant and education finance incentive grant (EFIG) formulas. Estimates grants to LEAs were prepared using using the underlying factors used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants. Actual data used to grant funds to LEAs will differ. b. IDEA: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $11.3 billion for sec. 611 in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. For these estimates, it is assumed that amounts reserved for state administration and state-level activities; and amounts requird for LEA base payments come from the amount separately appropriated for FY2009. It is also assumed that no LEAs would be subject to allocations below the amounts they received for FY2008. Estimated grants were prepared using LEA population and poverty data used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants as a proxy for population and poverty data specified in sec. 611(f). Actual data used to subgrant funds to LEAs will differ. Source: CRS analysis, February 13, 2009. IDEA, PART Bb TOTAL STATE LEACODE LEA NAME TITLE I-Aa California 601710 ADELANTO ELEMENTARY $ 543,000 $ 892,000 $ 1,435,000 California 601770 ALAMEDA CITY UNIFIED $ 873,000 $ 1,923,000 $ 2,795,000 California 601860 ALBANY CITY UNIFIED $ 112,000 $ 446,000 $ 558,000 California 601890 ALEXANDER VALLEY UNION ELEMENTARY $ 19,000 $ 33,000 $ 52,000 California 601950 ALISAL UNION ELEMENTARY $ 1,402,000 $ 1,619,000 $ 3,022,000 California 601980 ALLENSWORTH ELEMENTARY $ 33,000 $ 23,000 $ 55,000 California 602010 ALPAUGH UNIFIED $ 154,000 $ 67,000 $ 221,000 California 602070 ALPINE COUNTY UNIFIED $ 18,000 $ 32,000 $ 50,000 California 602100 ALPINE UNION ELEMENTARY $ 100,000 $ 425,000 $ 526,000 California 602160 ALTA LOMA ELEMENTARY $ 309,000 $ 1,547,000 $ 1,856,000 California 602220 ALTA VISTA ELEMENTARY $ 325,000 $ 129,000 $ 454,000 California 602250 ALTA-DUTCH FLAT UNION ELEMENTARY $ 10,000 $ 49,000 $ 59,000 California 602310 ALUM ROCK UNION ELEMENTARY $ 2,062,000 $ 3,208,000 $ 5,271,000 California 602360 ALVIEW-DAIRYLAND UNION ELEMENTARY $ 89,000 $ 74,000 $ 163,000 California 602370 ALVINA ELEMENTARY $ 61,000 $ 28,000 $ 89,000 California 602430 ALVORD UNIFIED $ 2,378,000 $ 4,278,000 $ 6,656,000 California 602450 AMADOR COUNTY UNIFIED $ 271,000 $ 900,000 $ 1,171,000 California 602550 AMERICAN UNION ELEMENTARY $ 89,000 $ 75,000 $ 165,000 California 602610 ANAHEIM ELEMENTARY $ 3,976,000 $ 4,983,000 $ 8,958,000 California 602630 ANAHEIM UNION HIGH $ 3,415,000 $ 5,380,000 $ 8,795,000 California 602670 WEST SONOMA COUNTY UNION HIGH $ 84,000 $ 434,000 $ 517,000 California 602700 ANDERSON UNION HIGH $ 172,000 $ 372,000 $ 544,000 California 602730 ANDERSON VALLEY UNIFIED $ 65,000 $ 101,000 $ 167,000 California 602760 ANTELOPE ELEMENTARY $ 78,000 $ 138,000 $ 216,000 California 602820 ANTELOPE VALLEY UNION HIGH $ 2,847,000 $ 3,598,000 $ 6,446,000 $ 3,891,000 $ 5,683,000 California 602850 ANTIOCH UNIFIED 1,792,000 $ California 602970 ARCADIA UNIFIED $ 755,000 $ 1,756,000 $ 2,511,000

Estimated additional allocations to LEAs for ESEA, Title I-A; and IDEA, Part B, sec. 611 according to the H.R. 1 Conference Agreement Notes: These are estimated grants only. These estimates are provided solely to assist in comparisons of the relative impact of alternative formulas and funding levels in the legislative process. It is ultimately the responsibility of the Department of Education and states to subgrant funds to LEAs. These estimates are not intended to predict specific amounts LEAs will receive. Details may not add to totals due to rounding. a. Title I-A: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $10 billion in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. Of this amount, 1% is set aside for the outlying areas and BIA. The remaining funds are split evenly between the targeted grant and education finance incentive grant (EFIG) formulas. Estimates grants to LEAs were prepared using using the underlying factors used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants. Actual data used to grant funds to LEAs will differ. b. IDEA: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $11.3 billion for sec. 611 in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. For these estimates, it is assumed that amounts reserved for state administration and state-level activities; and amounts requird for LEA base payments come from the amount separately appropriated for FY2009. It is also assumed that no LEAs would be subject to allocations below the amounts they received for FY2008. Estimated grants were prepared using LEA population and poverty data used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants as a proxy for population and poverty data specified in sec. 611(f). Actual data used to subgrant funds to LEAs will differ. Source: CRS analysis, February 13, 2009. IDEA, PART Bb TOTAL STATE LEACODE LEA NAME TITLE I-Aa California 603000 ARCATA ELEMENTARY $ 100,000 $ 170,000 $ 270,000 California 603030 NORTHERN HUMBOLDT UNION HIGH $ 112,000 $ 303,000 $ 415,000 California 603060 ARCOHE UNION ELEMENTARY $ 24,000 $ 107,000 $ 131,000 California 603090 ARENA UNION ELEMENTARY $ 38,000 $ 61,000 $ 99,000 California 603180 ARMONA UNION ELEMENTARY $ 213,000 $ 217,000 $ 429,000 California 603270 ARVIN UNION ELEMENTARY $ 958,000 $ 626,000 $ 1,584,000 California 603300 ATASCADERO UNIFIED $ 281,000 $ 1,019,000 $ 1,300,000 California 603420 ATWATER ELEMENTARY $ 658,000 $ 998,000 $ 1,656,000 California 603480 AUBURN UNION ELEMENTARY $ 183,000 $ 685,000 $ 868,000 California 603600 AZUSA UNIFIED $ 2,169,000 $ 2,695,000 $ 4,864,000 California 603610 BAKER VALLEY UNIFIED $ 22,000 $ 37,000 $ 59,000 California 603630 BAKERSFIELD CITY ELEMENTARY $ 13,065,000 $ 6,825,000 $ 19,890,000 California 603690 BALDWIN PARK UNIFIED $ 3,731,000 $ 3,615,000 $ 7,346,000 California 603720 BALLARD ELEMENTARY $ 8,000 $ 35,000 $ 43,000 California 603750 BALLICO-CRESSEY ELEMENTARY $ 66,000 $ 64,000 $ 130,000 California 603780 BANGOR UNION ELEMENTARY $ 10,000 $ 19,000 $ 29,000 California 603840 BANNING UNIFIED $ 838,000 $ 1,177,000 $ 2,016,000 California 603870 BANTA ELEMENTARY $ 22,000 $ 60,000 $ 83,000 California 604020 BARSTOW UNIFIED $ 1,054,000 $ 1,489,000 $ 2,543,000 California 604080 BASS LAKE JOINT ELEMENTARY $ 114,000 $ 246,000 $ 360,000 California 604110 BASSETT UNIFIED $ 987,000 $ 1,239,000 $ 2,226,000 California 604200 BAYSHORE ELEMENTARY $ 33,000 $ 121,000 $ 155,000 California 604230 BEAR VALLEY UNIFIED $ 271,000 $ 656,000 $ 927,000 California 604260 BEARDSLEY ELEMENTARY $ 557,000 $ 432,000 $ 990,000 California 604290 BEAUMONT UNIFIED $ 414,000 $ 844,000 $ 1,258,000 $ 89,000 $ 129,000 California 604350 BELLA VISTA ELEMENTARY 40,000 $ California 604380 BELLEVUE UNION ELEMENTARY $ 237,000 $ 379,000 $ 616,000

Estimated additional allocations to LEAs for ESEA, Title I-A; and IDEA, Part B, sec. 611 according to the H.R. 1 Conference Agreement Notes: These are estimated grants only. These estimates are provided solely to assist in comparisons of the relative impact of alternative formulas and funding levels in the legislative process. It is ultimately the responsibility of the Department of Education and states to subgrant funds to LEAs. These estimates are not intended to predict specific amounts LEAs will receive. Details may not add to totals due to rounding. a. Title I-A: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $10 billion in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. Of this amount, 1% is set aside for the outlying areas and BIA. The remaining funds are split evenly between the targeted grant and education finance incentive grant (EFIG) formulas. Estimates grants to LEAs were prepared using using the underlying factors used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants. Actual data used to grant funds to LEAs will differ. b. IDEA: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $11.3 billion for sec. 611 in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. For these estimates, it is assumed that amounts reserved for state administration and state-level activities; and amounts requird for LEA base payments come from the amount separately appropriated for FY2009. It is also assumed that no LEAs would be subject to allocations below the amounts they received for FY2008. Estimated grants were prepared using LEA population and poverty data used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants as a proxy for population and poverty data specified in sec. 611(f). Actual data used to subgrant funds to LEAs will differ. Source: CRS analysis, February 13, 2009. IDEA, PART Bb TOTAL STATE LEACODE LEA NAME TITLE I-Aa California 604440 BELLFLOWER UNIFIED $ 2,077,000 $ 3,056,000 $ 5,133,000 California 604500 BELLEVIEW ELEMENTARY $ 13,000 $ 43,000 $ 56,000 California 604530 BELMONT-REDWOOD SHORES ELEMENTARY $ $ 594,000 $ 594,000 California 604560 BELRIDGE ELEMENTARY $ 9,000 $ 14,000 $ 22,000 California 604590 BEND ELEMENTARY $ 10,000 $ 17,000 $ 27,000 California 604620 BENICIA UNIFIED $ 133,000 $ 899,000 $ 1,033,000 California 604650 BENNETT VALLEY UNION ELEMENTARY $ 34,000 $ 156,000 $ 190,000 California 604740 BERKELEY UNIFIED $ 748,000 $ 1,734,000 $ 2,482,000 California 604800 BERRYESSA UNION ELEMENTARY $ 601,000 $ 1,707,000 $ 2,308,000 California 604830 BEVERLY HILLS UNIFIED $ 313,000 $ 947,000 $ 1,260,000 California 604860 BIG CREEK ELEMENTARY $ 8,000 $ 21,000 $ 29,000 California 604890 BIG LAGOON UNION ELEMENTARY $ $ 7,000 $ 7,000 California 604950 BIG PINE UNIFIED $ 7,000 $ 48,000 $ 56,000 California 604980 BIG SPRINGS UNION ELEMENTARY $ 24,000 $ 32,000 $ 56,000 California 605010 BIG VALLEY JOINT UNIFIED $ 60,000 $ 67,000 $ 127,000 California 605040 BIGGS UNIFIED $ 43,000 $ 138,000 $ 181,000 California 605130 BISHOP UNION ELEMENTARY $ 109,000 $ 255,000 $ 363,000 California 605160 BISHOP JOINT UNION HIGH $ 37,000 $ 105,000 $ 142,000 California 605190 BITTERWATER-TULLY UNION ELEMENTARY $ $ 5,000 $ 5,000 California 605220 BLACK BUTTE UNION ELEMENTARY $ 32,000 $ 86,000 $ 117,000 California 605240 BLACK OAK MINE UNIFIED $ 75,000 $ 369,000 $ 444,000 California 605250 BLAKE ELEMENTARY $ $ 3,000 $ 3,000 California 605280 BLOCHMAN UNION ELEMENTARY $ 8,000 $ 22,000 $ 30,000 California 605400 BLUE LAKE UNION ELEMENTARY $ 17,000 $ 45,000 $ 62,000 California 605490 BOGUS ELEMENTARY $ $ 7,000 $ 7,000 $ 44,000 $ 53,000 California 605520 BOLINAS-STINSON UNION ELEMENTARY 9,000 $ California 605580 SANTA MARIA-BONITA ELEMENTARY $ 2,429,000 $ 2,392,000 $ 4,821,000

Estimated additional allocations to LEAs for ESEA, Title I-A; and IDEA, Part B, sec. 611 according to the H.R. 1 Conference Agreement Notes: These are estimated grants only. These estimates are provided solely to assist in comparisons of the relative impact of alternative formulas and funding levels in the legislative process. It is ultimately the responsibility of the Department of Education and states to subgrant funds to LEAs. These estimates are not intended to predict specific amounts LEAs will receive. Details may not add to totals due to rounding. a. Title I-A: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $10 billion in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. Of this amount, 1% is set aside for the outlying areas and BIA. The remaining funds are split evenly between the targeted grant and education finance incentive grant (EFIG) formulas. Estimates grants to LEAs were prepared using using the underlying factors used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants. Actual data used to grant funds to LEAs will differ. b. IDEA: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $11.3 billion for sec. 611 in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. For these estimates, it is assumed that amounts reserved for state administration and state-level activities; and amounts requird for LEA base payments come from the amount separately appropriated for FY2009. It is also assumed that no LEAs would be subject to allocations below the amounts they received for FY2008. Estimated grants were prepared using LEA population and poverty data used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants as a proxy for population and poverty data specified in sec. 611(f). Actual data used to subgrant funds to LEAs will differ. Source: CRS analysis, February 13, 2009. IDEA, PART Bb TOTAL STATE LEACODE LEA NAME TITLE I-Aa California 605610 BONITA UNIFIED $ 655,000 $ 2,088,000 $ 2,743,000 California 605640 BONNY DOON UNION ELEMENTARY $ 17,000 $ 43,000 $ 60,000 California 605670 BONSALL UNION ELEMENTARY $ 138,000 $ 279,000 $ 417,000 California 605700 BORREGO SPRINGS UNIFIED $ 38,000 $ 73,000 $ 110,000 California 605730 BRADLEY UNION ELEMENTARY $ 6,000 $ 8,000 $ 14,000 California 605790 BRAWLEY ELEMENTARY $ 906,000 $ 806,000 $ 1,712,000 California 605820 BRAWLEY UNION HIGH $ 247,000 $ 318,000 $ 565,000 California 605880 BREA-OLINDA UNIFIED $ 180,000 $ 1,055,000 $ 1,235,000 California 605910 BRENTWOOD UNION ELEMENTARY $ 181,000 $ 756,000 $ 936,000 California 605940 BRET HARTE UNION HIGH $ 23,000 $ 133,000 $ 156,000 California 606000 BRIDGEVILLE ELEMENTARY $ 6,000 $ 14,000 $ 19,000 California 606030 BRIGGS ELEMENTARY $ 25,000 $ 65,000 $ 90,000 California 606060 BRISBANE ELEMENTARY $ 25,000 $ 132,000 $ 157,000 California 606090 BRITTAN ELEMENTARY $ 40,000 $ 116,000 $ 156,000 California 606100 BROWNS ELEMENTARY $ 11,000 $ 26,000 $ 37,000 California 606270 BUCKEYE UNION ELEMENTARY $ $ 618,000 $ 618,000 California 606330 BUELLTON UNION ELEMENTARY $ 56,000 $ 117,000 $ 173,000 California 606360 BUENA PARK ELEMENTARY $ 589,000 $ 1,310,000 $ 1,899,000 California 606390 PANAMA BUENA VISTA UNION ELEMENTAR $ 1,359,000 $ 2,614,000 $ 3,973,000 California 606420 BUENA VISTA ELEMENTARY $ 21,000 $ 15,000 $ 36,000 California 606450 BURBANK UNIFIED $ 1,555,000 $ 2,910,000 $ 4,465,000 California 606480 BURLINGAME ELEMENTARY $ 83,000 $ 466,000 $ 548,000 California 606510 BURNT RANCH ELEMENTARY $ 8,000 $ 7,000 $ 15,000 California 606540 BURREL UNION ELEMENTARY $ 33,000 $ 39,000 $ 72,000 California 606570 BURTON ELEMENTARY $ 246,000 $ 443,000 $ 689,000 $ 69,000 $ 138,000 California 606580 BUTTE VALLEY UNIFIED 69,000 $ California 606690 BUTTEVILLE UNION ELEMENTARY $ 8,000 $ 22,000 $ 30,000

Estimated additional allocations to LEAs for ESEA, Title I-A; and IDEA, Part B, sec. 611 according to the H.R. 1 Conference Agreement Notes: These are estimated grants only. These estimates are provided solely to assist in comparisons of the relative impact of alternative formulas and funding levels in the legislative process. It is ultimately the responsibility of the Department of Education and states to subgrant funds to LEAs. These estimates are not intended to predict specific amounts LEAs will receive. Details may not add to totals due to rounding. a. Title I-A: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $10 billion in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. Of this amount, 1% is set aside for the outlying areas and BIA. The remaining funds are split evenly between the targeted grant and education finance incentive grant (EFIG) formulas. Estimates grants to LEAs were prepared using using the underlying factors used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants. Actual data used to grant funds to LEAs will differ. b. IDEA: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $11.3 billion for sec. 611 in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. For these estimates, it is assumed that amounts reserved for state administration and state-level activities; and amounts requird for LEA base payments come from the amount separately appropriated for FY2009. It is also assumed that no LEAs would be subject to allocations below the amounts they received for FY2008. Estimated grants were prepared using LEA population and poverty data used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants as a proxy for population and poverty data specified in sec. 611(f). Actual data used to subgrant funds to LEAs will differ. Source: CRS analysis, February 13, 2009. IDEA, PART Bb TOTAL STATE LEACODE LEA NAME TITLE I-Aa California 606720 BUTTONWILLOW UNION ELEMENTARY $ 126,000 $ 86,000 $ 211,000 California 606750 BYRON UNION ELEMENTARY $ 49,000 $ 237,000 $ 286,000 California 606780 CABRILLO UNIFIED $ 137,000 $ 698,000 $ 835,000 California 606810 CAJON VALLEY UNION ELEMENTARY $ 2,940,000 $ 4,142,000 $ 7,082,000 California 606870 CALAVERAS UNIFIED $ 241,000 $ 730,000 $ 971,000 California 606900 CALEXICO UNIFIED $ 2,480,000 $ 1,497,000 $ 3,977,000 California 606960 CALIENTE UNION ELEMENTARY $ 20,000 $ 22,000 $ 42,000 California 606990 CALIPATRIA UNIFIED $ 184,000 $ 255,000 $ 438,000 California 607020 CALISTOGA JOINT UNIFIED $ 40,000 $ 184,000 $ 224,000 California 607140 CAMBRIAN ELEMENTARY $ 103,000 $ 536,000 $ 639,000 California 607170 CAMINO UNION ELEMENTARY $ 27,000 $ 100,000 $ 127,000 California 607200 CAMPBELL UNION ELEMENTARY $ 548,000 $ 1,680,000 $ 2,228,000 California 607230 CAMPBELL UNION HIGH $ 336,000 $ 1,355,000 $ 1,691,000 California 607260 CAMPTONVILLE ELEMENTARY $ 15,000 $ 21,000 $ 36,000 California 607350 CANYON ELEMENTARY $ $ 2,000 $ 2,000 California 607410 CAPAY JOINT UNION ELEMENTARY $ 13,000 $ 28,000 $ 40,000 California 607440 CAPISTRANO UNIFIED $ 2,139,000 $ 9,287,000 $ 11,426,000 California 607470 CARDIFF ELEMENTARY $ 36,000 $ 146,000 $ 182,000 California 607500 CARLSBAD UNIFIED $ 465,000 $ 1,500,000 $ 1,965,000 California 607530 CARMEL UNIFIED $ $ 470,000 $ 470,000 California 607560 CARPINTERIA UNIFIED $ 166,000 $ 560,000 $ 726,000 California 607680 CASCADE UNION ELEMENTARY $ 410,000 $ 400,000 $ 810,000 California 607710 CASMALIA ELEMENTARY $ $ $ California 607740 CASTAIC UNION ELEMENTARY $ 75,000 $ 391,000 $ 466,000 California 607770 CASTLE ROCK UNION ELEMENTARY $ $ 6,000 $ 6,000 $ 1,400,000 $ 1,660,000 California 607800 CASTRO VALLEY UNIFIED 260,000 $ California 607840 CAYUCOS ELEMENTARY $ 14,000 $ 62,000 $ 77,000

Estimated additional allocations to LEAs for ESEA, Title I-A; and IDEA, Part B, sec. 611 according to the H.R. 1 Conference Agreement Notes: These are estimated grants only. These estimates are provided solely to assist in comparisons of the relative impact of alternative formulas and funding levels in the legislative process. It is ultimately the responsibility of the Department of Education and states to subgrant funds to LEAs. These estimates are not intended to predict specific amounts LEAs will receive. Details may not add to totals due to rounding. a. Title I-A: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $10 billion in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. Of this amount, 1% is set aside for the outlying areas and BIA. The remaining funds are split evenly between the targeted grant and education finance incentive grant (EFIG) formulas. Estimates grants to LEAs were prepared using using the underlying factors used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants. Actual data used to grant funds to LEAs will differ. b. IDEA: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $11.3 billion for sec. 611 in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. For these estimates, it is assumed that amounts reserved for state administration and state-level activities; and amounts requird for LEA base payments come from the amount separately appropriated for FY2009. It is also assumed that no LEAs would be subject to allocations below the amounts they received for FY2008. Estimated grants were prepared using LEA population and poverty data used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants as a proxy for population and poverty data specified in sec. 611(f). Actual data used to subgrant funds to LEAs will differ. Source: CRS analysis, February 13, 2009. IDEA, PART Bb TOTAL STATE LEACODE LEA NAME TITLE I-Aa California 607900 CENTER JOINT UNIFIED $ 600,000 $ 1,239,000 $ 1,838,000 California 607920 CENTINELA VALLEY UNION HIGH $ 1,347,000 $ 1,559,000 $ 2,905,000 California 607950 CENTRAL ELEMENTARY $ 269,000 $ 989,000 $ 1,258,000 California 607970 CENTRAL UNIFIED $ 1,586,000 $ 2,115,000 $ 3,702,000 California 607980 CENTRAL UNION ELEMENTARY $ 128,000 $ 304,000 $ 433,000 California 608010 CENTRAL UNION HIGH $ 427,000 $ 595,000 $ 1,021,000 California 608070 CENTRALIA ELEMENTARY $ 276,000 $ 1,142,000 $ 1,418,000 California 608130 CERES UNIFIED $ 1,199,000 $ 1,943,000 $ 3,142,000 California 608160 CHAFFEY JOINT UNION HIGH $ 2,543,000 $ 3,745,000 $ 6,288,000 California 608190 CHARTER OAK UNIFIED $ 464,000 $ 1,289,000 $ 1,753,000 California 608250 CHATOM UNION ELEMENTARY $ 125,000 $ 149,000 $ 274,000 California 608340 CHICAGO PARK ELEMENTARY $ $ 22,000 $ 22,000 California 608370 CHICO UNIFIED $ 1,406,000 $ 2,637,000 $ 4,043,000 California 608430 CHINESE CAMP ELEMENTARY $ $ 8,000 $ 8,000 California 608460 CHINO VALLEY UNIFIED $ 3,011,000 $ 6,321,000 $ 9,332,000 California 608520 CHOWCHILLA ELEMENTARY $ 361,000 $ 374,000 $ 735,000 California 608550 CHOWCHILLA UNION HIGH $ 139,000 $ 156,000 $ 294,000 California 608580 CHUALAR UNION ELEMENTARY $ 57,000 $ 104,000 $ 161,000 California 608610 CHULA VISTA ELEMENTARY $ 2,902,000 $ 4,472,000 $ 7,374,000 California 608640 CIENEGA UNION ELEMENTARY $ $ 7,000 $ 7,000 California 608700 CINNABAR ELEMENTARY $ 11,000 $ 48,000 $ 59,000 California 608730 CITRUS SOUTH TULE ELEMENTARY $ 6,000 $ 9,000 $ 15,000 California 608760 CLAREMONT UNIFIED $ 315,000 $ 1,147,000 $ 1,462,000 California 608850 CLAY JOINT ELEMENTARY $ 19,000 $ 16,000 $ 35,000 California 608880 CLEAR CREEK ELEMENTARY $ 8,000 $ 26,000 $ 34,000 $ 283,000 $ 362,000 California 608970 CLOVERDALE UNIFIED 79,000 $ California 609030 CLOVIS UNIFIED $ 3,270,000 $ 5,712,000 $ 8,982,000

Estimated additional allocations to LEAs for ESEA, Title I-A; and IDEA, Part B, sec. 611 according to the H.R. 1 Conference Agreement Notes: These are estimated grants only. These estimates are provided solely to assist in comparisons of the relative impact of alternative formulas and funding levels in the legislative process. It is ultimately the responsibility of the Department of Education and states to subgrant funds to LEAs. These estimates are not intended to predict specific amounts LEAs will receive. Details may not add to totals due to rounding. a. Title I-A: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $10 billion in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. Of this amount, 1% is set aside for the outlying areas and BIA. The remaining funds are split evenly between the targeted grant and education finance incentive grant (EFIG) formulas. Estimates grants to LEAs were prepared using using the underlying factors used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants. Actual data used to grant funds to LEAs will differ. b. IDEA: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $11.3 billion for sec. 611 in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. For these estimates, it is assumed that amounts reserved for state administration and state-level activities; and amounts requird for LEA base payments come from the amount separately appropriated for FY2009. It is also assumed that no LEAs would be subject to allocations below the amounts they received for FY2008. Estimated grants were prepared using LEA population and poverty data used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants as a proxy for population and poverty data specified in sec. 611(f). Actual data used to subgrant funds to LEAs will differ. Source: CRS analysis, February 13, 2009. IDEA, PART Bb TOTAL STATE LEACODE LEA NAME TITLE I-Aa California 609070 COACHELLA VALLEY UNIFIED $ 4,259,000 $ 3,278,000 $ 7,537,000 California 609120 COALINGA/HURON JOINT UNIFIED $ 993,000 $ 991,000 $ 1,984,000 California 609150 COARSEGOLD UNION ELEMENTARY $ 53,000 $ 205,000 $ 259,000 California 609240 COFFEE CREEK ELEMENTARY $ $ 5,000 $ 5,000 California 609270 COLD SPRING ELEMENTARY $ 9,000 $ 38,000 $ 47,000 California 609300 COLFAX ELEMENTARY $ 26,000 $ 106,000 $ 132,000 California 609330 COLLEGE ELEMENTARY $ 52,000 $ 149,000 $ 201,000 California 609390 COLTON JOINT UNIFIED $ 3,941,000 $ 4,564,000 $ 8,506,000 California 609450 COLUMBIA ELEMENTARY $ 52,000 $ 186,000 $ 237,000 California 609480 COLUMBIA UNION ELEMENTARY $ 94,000 $ 120,000 $ 214,000 California 609510 COLUMBINE ELEMENTARY $ 28,000 $ 15,000 $ 43,000 California 609570 COLUSA UNIFIED $ 164,000 $ 283,000 $ 447,000 California 609620 COMPTON UNIFIED $ 13,872,000 $ 8,095,000 $ 21,967,000 California 609640 CONEJO VALLEY UNIFIED $ 1,106,000 $ 3,898,000 $ 5,004,000 California 609665 LEGGETT VALLEY UNIFIED $ 26,000 $ 25,000 $ 50,000 California 609690 CORCORAN JOINT UNIFIED $ 1,038,000 $ 702,000 $ 1,740,000 California 609780 CORNING UNION ELEMENTARY $ 432,000 $ 401,000 $ 833,000 California 609810 CORNING UNION HIGH $ 150,000 $ 177,000 $ 327,000 California 609850 CORONA-NORCO UNIFIED $ 3,427,000 $ 7,485,000 $ 10,913,000 California 609870 CORONADO UNIFIED $ 77,000 $ 466,000 $ 543,000 California 609940 COTATI-ROHNERT PARK UNIFIED $ 272,000 $ 1,446,000 $ 1,718,000 California 609990 COTTONWOOD UNION ELEMENTARY $ 63,000 $ 189,000 $ 252,000 California 610050 COVINA-VALLEY UNIFIED $ 1,510,000 $ 2,802,000 $ 4,312,000 California 610080 COX BAR ELEMENTARY $ $ 6,000 $ 6,000 California 610230 CUDDEBACK UNION ELEMENTARY $ $ 14,000 $ 14,000 $ 1,022,000 $ 1,349,000 California 610260 CULVER CITY UNIFIED 326,000 $ California 610290 CUPERTINO UNION ELEMENTARY $ 546,000 $ 2,963,000 $ 3,509,000

Estimated additional allocations to LEAs for ESEA, Title I-A; and IDEA, Part B, sec. 611 according to the H.R. 1 Conference Agreement Notes: These are estimated grants only. These estimates are provided solely to assist in comparisons of the relative impact of alternative formulas and funding levels in the legislative process. It is ultimately the responsibility of the Department of Education and states to subgrant funds to LEAs. These estimates are not intended to predict specific amounts LEAs will receive. Details may not add to totals due to rounding. a. Title I-A: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $10 billion in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. Of this amount, 1% is set aside for the outlying areas and BIA. The remaining funds are split evenly between the targeted grant and education finance incentive grant (EFIG) formulas. Estimates grants to LEAs were prepared using using the underlying factors used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants. Actual data used to grant funds to LEAs will differ. b. IDEA: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $11.3 billion for sec. 611 in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. For these estimates, it is assumed that amounts reserved for state administration and state-level activities; and amounts requird for LEA base payments come from the amount separately appropriated for FY2009. It is also assumed that no LEAs would be subject to allocations below the amounts they received for FY2008. Estimated grants were prepared using LEA population and poverty data used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants as a proxy for population and poverty data specified in sec. 611(f). Actual data used to subgrant funds to LEAs will differ. Source: CRS analysis, February 13, 2009. IDEA, PART Bb TOTAL STATE LEACODE LEA NAME TITLE I-Aa California 610320 CURTIS CREEK ELEMENTARY $ 45,000 $ 173,000 $ 218,000 California 610350 CUTLER-OROSI JOINT UNIFIED $ 1,577,000 $ 878,000 $ 2,455,000 California 610380 CUTTEN ELEMENTARY $ 49,000 $ 142,000 $ 190,000 California 610440 CYPRESS ELEMENTARY $ 141,000 $ 860,000 $ 1,000,000 California 610620 DAVIS JOINT UNIFIED $ 311,000 $ 1,546,000 $ 1,857,000 California 610680 DEATH VALLEY UNIFIED $ 5,000 $ 12,000 $ 17,000 California 610710 DEHESA ELEMENTARY $ $ 25,000 $ 25,000 California 610740 DEL MAR UNION ELEMENTARY $ 73,000 $ 488,000 $ 561,000 California 610770 DEL NORTE COUNTY UNIFIED $ 818,000 $ 896,000 $ 1,714,000 California 610800 DEL PASO HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY $ 741,000 $ 597,000 $ 1,338,000 California 610860 DELANO JOINT UNION HIGH $ 1,365,000 $ 771,000 $ 2,136,000 California 610890 DELANO UNION ELEMENTARY $ 2,496,000 $ 1,575,000 $ 4,071,000 California 610980 DELPHIC ELEMENTARY $ $ 2,000 $ 2,000 California 611010 DELTA VIEW JOINT UNION ELEMENTARY $ 26,000 $ 19,000 $ 45,000 California 611040 DENAIR UNIFIED $ 145,000 $ 237,000 $ 382,000 California 611100 DESERT CENTER UNIFIED $ 5,000 $ 17,000 $ 23,000 California 611110 DESERT SANDS UNIFIED $ 3,643,000 $ 5,037,000 $ 8,680,000 California 611130 DI GIORGIO ELEMENTARY $ 49,000 $ 39,000 $ 88,000 California 611220 DIXIE ELEMENTARY $ $ 382,000 $ 382,000 California 611280 DIXON UNIFIED $ 183,000 $ 719,000 $ 902,000 California 611430 DOUGLAS CITY ELEMENTARY $ 13,000 $ 19,000 $ 32,000 California 611460 DOWNEY UNIFIED $ 3,337,000 $ 4,425,000 $ 7,762,000 California 611490 DRY CREEK JOINT ELEMENTARY $ 228,000 $ 1,087,000 $ 1,316,000 California 611520 DUARTE UNIFIED $ 559,000 $ 1,062,000 $ 1,621,000 California 611550 DUCOR UNION ELEMENTARY $ 52,000 $ 52,000 $ 103,000 $ $ 15,000 $ 15,000 California 611610 DUNHAM ELEMENTARY California 611670 DUNSMUIR ELEMENTARY $ 35,000 $ 46,000 $ 81,000

Estimated additional allocations to LEAs for ESEA, Title I-A; and IDEA, Part B, sec. 611 according to the H.R. 1 Conference Agreement Notes: These are estimated grants only. These estimates are provided solely to assist in comparisons of the relative impact of alternative formulas and funding levels in the legislative process. It is ultimately the responsibility of the Department of Education and states to subgrant funds to LEAs. These estimates are not intended to predict specific amounts LEAs will receive. Details may not add to totals due to rounding. a. Title I-A: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $10 billion in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. Of this amount, 1% is set aside for the outlying areas and BIA. The remaining funds are split evenly between the targeted grant and education finance incentive grant (EFIG) formulas. Estimates grants to LEAs were prepared using using the underlying factors used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants. Actual data used to grant funds to LEAs will differ. b. IDEA: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $11.3 billion for sec. 611 in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. For these estimates, it is assumed that amounts reserved for state administration and state-level activities; and amounts requird for LEA base payments come from the amount separately appropriated for FY2009. It is also assumed that no LEAs would be subject to allocations below the amounts they received for FY2008. Estimated grants were prepared using LEA population and poverty data used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants as a proxy for population and poverty data specified in sec. 611(f). Actual data used to subgrant funds to LEAs will differ. Source: CRS analysis, February 13, 2009. IDEA, PART Bb TOTAL STATE LEACODE LEA NAME TITLE I-Aa California 611700 DUNSMUIR JOINT UNION HIGH $ 26,000 $ 26,000 $ 52,000 California 611730 DURHAM UNIFIED $ 46,000 $ 183,000 $ 229,000 California 611760 EARLIMART ELEMENTARY $ 1,247,000 $ 467,000 $ 1,714,000 California 611780 EAST NICOLAUS JOINT UNION HIGH $ 9,000 $ 31,000 $ 40,000 California 611820 EAST SIDE UNION HIGH $ 2,787,000 $ 4,508,000 $ 7,295,000 California 611850 EAST WHITTIER CITY ELEMENTARY $ 721,000 $ 1,957,000 $ 2,677,000 California 611870 EASTERN SIERRA UNIFIED $ 28,000 $ 110,000 $ 138,000 California 611910 EASTSIDE UNION ELEMENTARY $ 243,000 $ 585,000 $ 828,000 California 611940 EDISON ELEMENTARY $ 113,000 $ 167,000 $ 281,000 California 612030 EL CENTRO ELEMENTARY $ 1,103,000 $ 1,273,000 $ 2,376,000 California 612070 EL DORADO UNION HIGH $ 196,000 $ 1,016,000 $ 1,213,000 California 612090 EL MONTE CITY ELEMENTARY $ 2,833,000 $ 2,674,000 $ 5,507,000 California 612120 EL MONTE UNION HIGH $ 2,318,000 $ 1,958,000 $ 4,276,000 California 612150 EL NIDO ELEMENTARY $ 25,000 $ 38,000 $ 63,000 California 612180 EL RANCHO UNIFIED $ 1,816,000 $ 2,503,000 $ 4,319,000 California 612210 EL SEGUNDO UNIFIED $ 94,000 $ 443,000 $ 536,000 California 612330 ELK GROVE UNIFIED $ 7,365,000 $ 9,247,000 $ 16,612,000 California 612360 ELK HILLS ELEMENTARY $ $ 11,000 $ 11,000 California 612420 ELKINS ELEMENTARY $ $ 6,000 $ 6,000 California 612600 ELVERTA JOINT ELEMENTARY $ 21,000 $ 53,000 $ 74,000 California 612630 EMERY UNIFIED $ 48,000 $ 92,000 $ 140,000 California 612690 EMPIRE UNION ELEMENTARY $ 287,000 $ 840,000 $ 1,126,000 California 612750 ENCINITAS UNION ELEMENTARY $ 231,000 $ 1,147,000 $ 1,378,000 California 612810 ENTERPRISE ELEMENTARY $ 496,000 $ 778,000 $ 1,274,000 California 612840 ESCALON UNIFIED $ 218,000 $ 586,000 $ 804,000 $ 4,074,000 $ 6,679,000 California 612880 ESCONDIDO UNION ELEMENTARY 2,605,000 $ California 612910 ESCONDIDO UNION HIGH $ 700,000 $ 1,343,000 $ 2,043,000

Estimated additional allocations to LEAs for ESEA, Title I-A; and IDEA, Part B, sec. 611 according to the H.R. 1 Conference Agreement Notes: These are estimated grants only. These estimates are provided solely to assist in comparisons of the relative impact of alternative formulas and funding levels in the legislative process. It is ultimately the responsibility of the Department of Education and states to subgrant funds to LEAs. These estimates are not intended to predict specific amounts LEAs will receive. Details may not add to totals due to rounding. a. Title I-A: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $10 billion in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. Of this amount, 1% is set aside for the outlying areas and BIA. The remaining funds are split evenly between the targeted grant and education finance incentive grant (EFIG) formulas. Estimates grants to LEAs were prepared using using the underlying factors used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants. Actual data used to grant funds to LEAs will differ. b. IDEA: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $11.3 billion for sec. 611 in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. For these estimates, it is assumed that amounts reserved for state administration and state-level activities; and amounts requird for LEA base payments come from the amount separately appropriated for FY2009. It is also assumed that no LEAs would be subject to allocations below the amounts they received for FY2008. Estimated grants were prepared using LEA population and poverty data used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants as a proxy for population and poverty data specified in sec. 611(f). Actual data used to subgrant funds to LEAs will differ. Source: CRS analysis, February 13, 2009. IDEA, PART Bb TOTAL STATE LEACODE LEA NAME TITLE I-Aa California 612930 ESPARTO UNIFIED $ 52,000 $ 178,000 $ 230,000 California 612960 ETIWANDA ELEMENTARY $ 291,000 $ 1,464,000 $ 1,754,000 California 613000 ETNA UNION ELEMENTARY $ 18,000 $ 45,000 $ 62,000 California 613020 ETNA UNION HIGH $ 32,000 $ 77,000 $ 110,000 California 613080 EUREKA UNION ELEMENTARY $ $ 765,000 $ 765,000 California 613140 EVERGREEN ELEMENTARY $ 852,000 $ 2,231,000 $ 3,083,000 California 613170 EVERGREEN UNION ELEMENTARY $ 74,000 $ 150,000 $ 224,000 California 613200 EXETER UNION ELEMENTARY $ 295,000 $ 415,000 $ 710,000 California 613230 EXETER UNION HIGH $ 111,000 $ 182,000 $ 293,000 California 613290 FAIRFAX ELEMENTARY $ 432,000 $ 325,000 $ 757,000 California 613360 FAIRFIELD-SUISUN UNIFIED $ 2,321,000 $ 4,262,000 $ 6,583,000 California 613470 FALL RIVER JOINT UNIFIED $ 107,000 $ 274,000 $ 381,000 California 613500 FALLBROOK UNION ELEMENTARY $ 607,000 $ 1,194,000 $ 1,801,000 California 613530 FALLBROOK UNION HIGH $ 290,000 $ 538,000 $ 828,000 California 613710 FEATHER FALLS UNION ELEMENTARY $ 9,000 $ 8,000 $ 17,000 California 613740 FIELDBROOK ELEMENTARY $ 5,000 $ 17,000 $ 22,000 California 613800 FILLMORE UNIFIED $ 431,000 $ 752,000 $ 1,183,000 California 613840 FIREBAUGH-LAS DELTAS JOINT UNIFIED $ 494,000 $ 451,000 $ 945,000 California 613860 FLOURNOY UNION ELEMENTARY $ 11,000 $ 5,000 $ 16,000 California 613890 FOLSOM-CORDOVA UNIFIED $ 1,654,000 $ 3,231,000 $ 4,885,000 California 613920 FONTANA UNIFIED $ 8,113,000 $ 7,759,000 $ 15,872,000 California 613980 FORESTHILL UNION ELEMENTARY $ 32,000 $ 153,000 $ 185,000 California 614010 FORESTVILLE UNION ELEMENTARY $ 48,000 $ 145,000 $ 193,000 California 614040 FORKS OF SALMON ELEMENTARY $ $ 2,000 $ 2,000 California 614070 FORT BRAGG UNIFIED $ 209,000 $ 397,000 $ 607,000 $ 20,000 $ 35,000 California 614100 FORT JONES UNION ELEMENTARY 15,000 $ California 614130 FORT ROSS ELEMENTARY $ 8,000 $ 15,000 $ 23,000

Estimated additional allocations to LEAs for ESEA, Title I-A; and IDEA, Part B, sec. 611 according to the H.R. 1 Conference Agreement Notes: These are estimated grants only. These estimates are provided solely to assist in comparisons of the relative impact of alternative formulas and funding levels in the legislative process. It is ultimately the responsibility of the Department of Education and states to subgrant funds to LEAs. These estimates are not intended to predict specific amounts LEAs will receive. Details may not add to totals due to rounding. a. Title I-A: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $10 billion in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. Of this amount, 1% is set aside for the outlying areas and BIA. The remaining funds are split evenly between the targeted grant and education finance incentive grant (EFIG) formulas. Estimates grants to LEAs were prepared using using the underlying factors used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants. Actual data used to grant funds to LEAs will differ. b. IDEA: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $11.3 billion for sec. 611 in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. For these estimates, it is assumed that amounts reserved for state administration and state-level activities; and amounts requird for LEA base payments come from the amount separately appropriated for FY2009. It is also assumed that no LEAs would be subject to allocations below the amounts they received for FY2008. Estimated grants were prepared using LEA population and poverty data used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants as a proxy for population and poverty data specified in sec. 611(f). Actual data used to subgrant funds to LEAs will differ. Source: CRS analysis, February 13, 2009. IDEA, PART Bb TOTAL STATE LEACODE LEA NAME TITLE I-Aa California 614160 FORTUNA UNION ELEMENTARY $ 123,000 $ 149,000 $ 272,000 California 614190 FORTUNA UNION HIGH $ 93,000 $ 191,000 $ 284,000 California 614220 FOUNTAIN VALLEY ELEMENTARY $ 180,000 $ 1,185,000 $ 1,365,000 California 614250 FOWLER UNIFIED $ 332,000 $ 384,000 $ 716,000 California 614340 FRANKLIN ELEMENTARY $ 18,000 $ 70,000 $ 88,000 California 614370 FRANKLIN-MCKINLEY ELEMENTARY $ 1,722,000 $ 2,344,000 $ 4,066,000 California 614400 FREMONT UNIFIED $ 2,335,000 $ 6,007,000 $ 8,342,000 California 614430 FREMONT UNION HIGH $ 254,000 $ 1,368,000 $ 1,622,000 California 614490 FRENCH GULCH-WHISKEYTOWN ELEMENTAR $ $ 7,000 $ 7,000 California 614520 FRESHWATER ELEMENTARY $ 45,000 $ 73,000 $ 118,000 California 614550 FRESNO UNIFIED $ 37,512,000 $ 17,895,000 $ 55,407,000 California 614580 WEST FRESNO ELEMENTARY $ 810,000 $ 266,000 $ 1,075,000 California 614700 FRUITVALE ELEMENTARY $ 121,000 $ 508,000 $ 629,000 California 614730 FULLERTON ELEMENTARY $ 970,000 $ 2,641,000 $ 3,611,000 California 614760 FULLERTON JOINT UNION HIGH $ 788,000 $ 2,046,000 $ 2,834,000 California 614790 GALT JOINT UNION ELEMENTARY $ 326,000 $ 810,000 $ 1,135,000 California 614820 GALT JOINT UNION HIGH $ 130,000 $ 342,000 $ 472,000 California 614880 GARDEN GROVE UNIFIED $ 8,341,000 $ 9,880,000 $ 18,221,000 California 614910 GARFIELD ELEMENTARY $ $ 11,000 $ 11,000 California 614940 GARVEY ELEMENTARY $ 2,466,000 $ 1,637,000 $ 4,103,000 California 614950 GATEWAY UNIFIED $ 467,000 $ 824,000 $ 1,291,000 California 614970 GAZELLE UNION ELEMENTARY $ 10,000 $ 10,000 $ 20,000 California 615000 GENERAL SHAFTER ELEMENTARY $ 57,000 $ 47,000 $ 105,000 California 615090 GERBER UNION ELEMENTARY $ 123,000 $ 117,000 $ 240,000 California 615150 GEYSERVILLE UNIFIED $ 16,000 $ 55,000 $ 72,000 $ 1,925,000 $ 2,734,000 California 615180 GILROY UNIFIED 810,000 $ California 615240 GLENDALE UNIFIED $ 6,712,000 $ 6,825,000 $ 13,537,000

Estimated additional allocations to LEAs for ESEA, Title I-A; and IDEA, Part B, sec. 611 according to the H.R. 1 Conference Agreement Notes: These are estimated grants only. These estimates are provided solely to assist in comparisons of the relative impact of alternative formulas and funding levels in the legislative process. It is ultimately the responsibility of the Department of Education and states to subgrant funds to LEAs. These estimates are not intended to predict specific amounts LEAs will receive. Details may not add to totals due to rounding. a. Title I-A: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $10 billion in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. Of this amount, 1% is set aside for the outlying areas and BIA. The remaining funds are split evenly between the targeted grant and education finance incentive grant (EFIG) formulas. Estimates grants to LEAs were prepared using using the underlying factors used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants. Actual data used to grant funds to LEAs will differ. b. IDEA: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $11.3 billion for sec. 611 in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. For these estimates, it is assumed that amounts reserved for state administration and state-level activities; and amounts requird for LEA base payments come from the amount separately appropriated for FY2009. It is also assumed that no LEAs would be subject to allocations below the amounts they received for FY2008. Estimated grants were prepared using LEA population and poverty data used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants as a proxy for population and poverty data specified in sec. 611(f). Actual data used to subgrant funds to LEAs will differ. Source: CRS analysis, February 13, 2009. IDEA, PART Bb TOTAL STATE LEACODE LEA NAME TITLE I-Aa California 615270 GLENDORA UNIFIED $ 325,000 $ 1,335,000 $ 1,660,000 California 615390 GOLD OAK UNION ELEMENTARY $ 36,000 $ 167,000 $ 203,000 California 615450 GOLD TRAIL UNION ELEMENTARY $ $ 107,000 $ 107,000 California 615480 GOLDEN FEATHER UNION ELEMENTARY $ 35,000 $ 57,000 $ 92,000 California 615510 GOLETA UNION ELEMENTARY $ 181,000 $ 871,000 $ 1,052,000 California 615600 GORMAN ELEMENTARY $ $ 2,000 $ 2,000 California 615690 GRANT ELEMENTARY $ 14,000 $ 71,000 $ 85,000 California 615750 GRANT JOINT UNION HIGH $ 3,364,000 $ 3,062,000 $ 6,425,000 California 615780 GRASS VALLEY ELEMENTARY $ 228,000 $ 472,000 $ 700,000 California 615810 GRATTON ELEMENTARY $ 8,000 $ 20,000 $ 28,000 California 615840 GRAVENSTEIN UNION ELEMENTARY $ $ 113,000 $ 113,000 California 615870 GRAVES ELEMENTARY $ $ 3,000 $ 3,000 California 615990 GREEN POINT ELEMENTARY $ $ 4,000 $ 4,000 California 616050 GREENFIELD UNION ELEMENTARY $ 1,331,000 $ 1,371,000 $ 2,703,000 California 616080 GREENFIELD UNION ELEMENTARY $ 478,000 $ 522,000 $ 1,000,000 California 616110 GRENADA ELEMENTARY $ 29,000 $ 27,000 $ 56,000 California 616230 GROSSMONT UNION HIGH $ 2,276,000 $ 3,893,000 $ 6,169,000 California 616260 GUADALUPE UNION ELEMENTARY $ 150,000 $ 201,000 $ 351,000 California 616300 CUCAMONGA ELEMENTARY $ 379,000 $ 657,000 $ 1,036,000 California 616320 GUERNEVILLE ELEMENTARY $ 44,000 $ 98,000 $ 141,000 California 616323 GUSTINE UNIFIED $ 208,000 $ 340,000 $ 548,000 California 616325 HACIENDA LA PUENTE UNIFIED $ 4,041,000 $ 4,741,000 $ 8,782,000 California 616410 HAMILTON UNION ELEMENTARY $ 70,000 $ 87,000 $ 157,000 California 616440 HAMILTON UNION HIGH $ 24,000 $ 39,000 $ 63,000 California 616470 HANFORD ELEMENTARY $ 1,123,000 $ 1,234,000 $ 2,357,000 $ 671,000 $ 1,228,000 California 616500 HANFORD JOINT UNION HIGH 557,000 $ California 616530 HAPPY CAMP UNION ELEMENTARY $ 31,000 $ 31,000 $ 63,000

Estimated additional allocations to LEAs for ESEA, Title I-A; and IDEA, Part B, sec. 611 according to the H.R. 1 Conference Agreement Notes: These are estimated grants only. These estimates are provided solely to assist in comparisons of the relative impact of alternative formulas and funding levels in the legislative process. It is ultimately the responsibility of the Department of Education and states to subgrant funds to LEAs. These estimates are not intended to predict specific amounts LEAs will receive. Details may not add to totals due to rounding. a. Title I-A: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $10 billion in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. Of this amount, 1% is set aside for the outlying areas and BIA. The remaining funds are split evenly between the targeted grant and education finance incentive grant (EFIG) formulas. Estimates grants to LEAs were prepared using using the underlying factors used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants. Actual data used to grant funds to LEAs will differ. b. IDEA: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $11.3 billion for sec. 611 in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. For these estimates, it is assumed that amounts reserved for state administration and state-level activities; and amounts requird for LEA base payments come from the amount separately appropriated for FY2009. It is also assumed that no LEAs would be subject to allocations below the amounts they received for FY2008. Estimated grants were prepared using LEA population and poverty data used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants as a proxy for population and poverty data specified in sec. 611(f). Actual data used to subgrant funds to LEAs will differ. Source: CRS analysis, February 13, 2009. IDEA, PART Bb TOTAL STATE LEACODE LEA NAME TITLE I-Aa California 616560 HAPPY VALLEY ELEMENTARY $ 5,000 $ 20,000 $ 25,000 California 616570 HAPPY VALLEY UNION ELEMENTARY $ 46,000 $ 131,000 $ 176,000 California 616620 HARMONY UNION ELEMENTARY $ 30,000 $ 92,000 $ 122,000 California 616650 HART-RANSOM UNION ELEMENTARY $ 32,000 $ 113,000 $ 145,000 California 616680 HAWTHORNE ELEMENTARY $ 2,555,000 $ 2,501,000 $ 5,057,000 California 616740 HAYWARD UNIFIED $ 3,901,000 $ 5,154,000 $ 9,055,000 California 616830 HEBER ELEMENTARY $ 77,000 $ 128,000 $ 205,000 California 616860 HELENDALE ELEMENTARY $ 25,000 $ 97,000 $ 121,000 California 616920 HEMET UNIFIED $ 2,820,000 $ 3,804,000 $ 6,624,000 California 617040 HERMOSA BEACH CITY ELEMENTARY $ 38,000 $ 236,000 $ 274,000 California 617160 HICKMAN ELEMENTARY $ 29,000 $ 52,000 $ 80,000 California 617190 HILLSBOROUGH CITY ELEMENTARY $ $ 245,000 $ 245,000 California 617220 HILMAR UNIFIED $ 207,000 $ 414,000 $ 620,000 California 617340 HOLLISTER SCHOOL DISTRICT $ 441,000 $ 1,260,000 $ 1,701,000 California 617400 HOLT UNION ELEMENTARY $ 6,000 $ 23,000 $ 29,000 California 617430 HOLTVILLE UNIFIED $ 213,000 $ 375,000 $ 588,000 California 617490 HOPE ELEMENTARY $ 54,000 $ 229,000 $ 284,000 California 617520 HOPE ELEMENTARY $ 14,000 $ 16,000 $ 29,000 California 617580 HORICON ELEMENTARY $ $ 15,000 $ 15,000 California 617620 HORNBROOK ELEMENTARY $ 8,000 $ 12,000 $ 20,000 California 617640 HOT SPRINGS ELEMENTARY $ $ 6,000 $ 6,000 California 617760 HOWELL MOUNTAIN ELEMENTARY $ $ 67,000 $ 67,000 California 617850 HUENEME ELEMENTARY $ 1,222,000 $ 1,640,000 $ 2,862,000 California 617880 HUGHES-ELIZABETH LAKES UNION ELEME $ 20,000 $ 95,000 $ 115,000 California 618030 HUNTINGTON BEACH CITY ELEMENTARY $ 228,000 $ 1,421,000 $ 1,649,000 $ 2,343,000 $ 3,186,000 California 618060 HUNTINGTON BEACH UNION HIGH 843,000 $ California 618120 HYDESVILLE ELEMENTARY $ 12,000 $ 28,000 $ 41,000

Estimated additional allocations to LEAs for ESEA, Title I-A; and IDEA, Part B, sec. 611 according to the H.R. 1 Conference Agreement Notes: These are estimated grants only. These estimates are provided solely to assist in comparisons of the relative impact of alternative formulas and funding levels in the legislative process. It is ultimately the responsibility of the Department of Education and states to subgrant funds to LEAs. These estimates are not intended to predict specific amounts LEAs will receive. Details may not add to totals due to rounding. a. Title I-A: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $10 billion in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. Of this amount, 1% is set aside for the outlying areas and BIA. The remaining funds are split evenly between the targeted grant and education finance incentive grant (EFIG) formulas. Estimates grants to LEAs were prepared using using the underlying factors used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants. Actual data used to grant funds to LEAs will differ. b. IDEA: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $11.3 billion for sec. 611 in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. For these estimates, it is assumed that amounts reserved for state administration and state-level activities; and amounts requird for LEA base payments come from the amount separately appropriated for FY2009. It is also assumed that no LEAs would be subject to allocations below the amounts they received for FY2008. Estimated grants were prepared using LEA population and poverty data used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants as a proxy for population and poverty data specified in sec. 611(f). Actual data used to subgrant funds to LEAs will differ. Source: CRS analysis, February 13, 2009. IDEA, PART Bb TOTAL STATE LEACODE LEA NAME TITLE I-Aa California 618160 IGO ONO PLATINA UNION ELEMENTARY $ 9,000 $ 20,000 $ 29,000 California 618210 IMPERIAL UNIFIED $ 154,000 $ 448,000 $ 601,000 California 618240 INDIAN DIGGINGS ELEMENTARY $ $ 2,000 $ 2,000 California 618270 INDIAN SPRINGS ELEMENTARY $ 7,000 $ 9,000 $ 16,000 California 618390 INGLEWOOD UNIFIED $ 5,701,000 $ 4,983,000 $ 10,684,000 California 618510 ISLAND UNION ELEMENTARY $ 31,000 $ 51,000 $ 82,000 California 618660 JACOBY CREEK ELEMENTARY $ 13,000 $ 46,000 $ 59,000 California 618690 JAMESTOWN ELEMENTARY $ 56,000 $ 90,000 $ 146,000 California 618730 JAMUL-DULZURA UNION ELEMENTARY $ 56,000 $ 214,000 $ 269,000 California 618780 JANESVILLE UNION ELEMENTARY $ 24,000 $ 88,000 $ 112,000 California 618810 JEFFERSON ELEMENTARY $ $ 6,000 $ 6,000 California 618840 JEFFERSON ELEMENTARY $ $ 265,000 $ 265,000 California 618870 JEFFERSON ELEMENTARY $ 627,000 $ 1,712,000 $ 2,339,000 California 618930 JEFFERSON UNION HIGH $ 231,000 $ 1,023,000 $ 1,255,000 California 618990 JOHN SWETT UNIFIED $ 131,000 $ 480,000 $ 611,000 California 619050 JOHNSTONVILLE ELEMENTARY $ 29,000 $ 38,000 $ 66,000 California 619110 JULIAN UNION HIGH $ $ 43,000 $ 43,000 California 619140 JULIAN UNION ELEMENTARY $ 43,000 $ 99,000 $ 142,000 California 619170 JUNCTION CITY ELEMENTARY $ $ 11,000 $ 11,000 California 619200 JUNCTION ELEMENTARY $ 25,000 $ 90,000 $ 114,000 California 619230 JUNCTION ELEMENTARY $ $ 4,000 $ 4,000 California 619260 JURUPA UNIFIED $ 3,402,000 $ 4,310,000 $ 7,712,000 California 619320 KELSEYVILLE UNIFIED $ 154,000 $ 378,000 $ 532,000 California 619380 KENTFIELD ELEMENTARY $ 34,000 $ 196,000 $ 231,000 California 619410 KENWOOD ELEMENTARY $ $ 34,000 $ 34,000 $ 633,000 $ 1,019,000 California 619440 KEPPEL UNION ELEMENTARY 386,000 $ California 619490 KERMAN UNIFIED $ 757,000 $ 732,000 $ 1,489,000

Estimated additional allocations to LEAs for ESEA, Title I-A; and IDEA, Part B, sec. 611 according to the H.R. 1 Conference Agreement Notes: These are estimated grants only. These estimates are provided solely to assist in comparisons of the relative impact of alternative formulas and funding levels in the legislative process. It is ultimately the responsibility of the Department of Education and states to subgrant funds to LEAs. These estimates are not intended to predict specific amounts LEAs will receive. Details may not add to totals due to rounding. a. Title I-A: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $10 billion in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. Of this amount, 1% is set aside for the outlying areas and BIA. The remaining funds are split evenly between the targeted grant and education finance incentive grant (EFIG) formulas. Estimates grants to LEAs were prepared using using the underlying factors used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants. Actual data used to grant funds to LEAs will differ. b. IDEA: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $11.3 billion for sec. 611 in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. For these estimates, it is assumed that amounts reserved for state administration and state-level activities; and amounts requird for LEA base payments come from the amount separately appropriated for FY2009. It is also assumed that no LEAs would be subject to allocations below the amounts they received for FY2008. Estimated grants were prepared using LEA population and poverty data used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants as a proxy for population and poverty data specified in sec. 611(f). Actual data used to subgrant funds to LEAs will differ. Source: CRS analysis, February 13, 2009. IDEA, PART Bb TOTAL STATE LEACODE LEA NAME TITLE I-Aa California 619540 KERN UNION HIGH $ 7,681,000 $ 5,880,000 $ 13,561,000 California 619590 KERNVILLE UNION ELEMENTARY $ 230,000 $ 232,000 $ 461,000 California 619620 KEYES UNION ELEMENTARY $ 97,000 $ 178,000 $ 275,000 California 619650 KING CITY JOINT UNION HIGH $ 214,000 $ 378,000 $ 592,000 California 619680 KING CITY UNION ELEMENTARY $ 392,000 $ 480,000 $ 872,000 California 619700 KINGS CANYON JOINT UNIFIED $ 2,683,000 $ 1,910,000 $ 4,593,000 California 619740 KINGS RIVER UNION ELEMENTARY $ 235,000 $ 157,000 $ 391,000 California 619770 KINGS RIVER-HARDWICK UNION ELEMENT $ 36,000 $ 89,000 $ 125,000 California 619800 KINGSBURG JOINT UNION ELEMENTARY $ 241,000 $ 386,000 $ 626,000 California 619830 KINGSBURG JOINT UNION HIGH $ 85,000 $ 157,000 $ 242,000 California 619860 KIRKWOOD ELEMENTARY $ 6,000 $ 11,000 $ 17,000 California 619890 KIT CARSON UNION ELEMENTARY $ 36,000 $ 58,000 $ 94,000 California 619920 KLAMATH RIVER UNION ELEMENTARY $ 10,000 $ 10,000 $ 20,000 California 619950 KLAMATH-TRINITY JOINT UNIFIED $ 228,000 $ 238,000 $ 466,000 California 619980 KNEELAND ELEMENTARY $ $ 8,000 $ 8,000 California 620010 KNIGHTS FERRY ELEMENTARY $ $ 18,000 $ 18,000 California 620040 KNIGHTSEN ELEMENTARY $ 13,000 $ 54,000 $ 66,000 California 620070 KONOCTI UNIFIED $ 1,139,000 $ 768,000 $ 1,907,000 California 620130 LA CANADA UNIFIED $ $ 724,000 $ 724,000 California 620160 LA GRANGE ELEMENTARY $ $ 2,000 $ 2,000 California 620190 LA HABRA CITY ELEMENTARY $ 716,000 $ 1,398,000 $ 2,113,000 California 620220 LA HONDA-PESCADERO UNIFIED $ 19,000 $ 111,000 $ 130,000 California 620250 LA MESA-SPRING VALLEY $ 1,359,000 $ 2,948,000 $ 4,306,000 California 620310 LAFAYETTE ELEMENTARY $ $ 654,000 $ 654,000 California 620370 LAGUNA BEACH UNIFIED $ 102,000 $ 563,000 $ 665,000 $ $ 6,000 $ 6,000 California 620430 LAGUNA JOINT ELEMENTARY California 620460 LAGUNA SALADA UNION ELEMENTARY $ $ 734,000 $ 734,000

Estimated additional allocations to LEAs for ESEA, Title I-A; and IDEA, Part B, sec. 611 according to the H.R. 1 Conference Agreement Notes: These are estimated grants only. These estimates are provided solely to assist in comparisons of the relative impact of alternative formulas and funding levels in the legislative process. It is ultimately the responsibility of the Department of Education and states to subgrant funds to LEAs. These estimates are not intended to predict specific amounts LEAs will receive. Details may not add to totals due to rounding. a. Title I-A: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $10 billion in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. Of this amount, 1% is set aside for the outlying areas and BIA. The remaining funds are split evenly between the targeted grant and education finance incentive grant (EFIG) formulas. Estimates grants to LEAs were prepared using using the underlying factors used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants. Actual data used to grant funds to LEAs will differ. b. IDEA: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $11.3 billion for sec. 611 in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. For these estimates, it is assumed that amounts reserved for state administration and state-level activities; and amounts requird for LEA base payments come from the amount separately appropriated for FY2009. It is also assumed that no LEAs would be subject to allocations below the amounts they received for FY2008. Estimated grants were prepared using LEA population and poverty data used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants as a proxy for population and poverty data specified in sec. 611(f). Actual data used to subgrant funds to LEAs will differ. Source: CRS analysis, February 13, 2009. IDEA, PART Bb TOTAL STATE LEACODE LEA NAME TITLE I-Aa California 620490 LAGUNITA ELEMENTARY $ $ 4,000 $ 4,000 California 620520 LAGUNITAS ELEMENTARY $ 18,000 $ 76,000 $ 94,000 California 620610 LAKE ELEMENTARY $ 7,000 $ 13,000 $ 20,000 California 620640 LAKE TAHOE UNIFIED $ 280,000 $ 999,000 $ 1,278,000 California 620670 LAKEPORT UNIFIED $ 343,000 $ 393,000 $ 735,000 California 620700 LAKESIDE JOINT ELEMENTARY $ 14,000 $ 52,000 $ 66,000 California 620730 LAKESIDE UNION ELEMENTARY $ 79,000 $ 220,000 $ 299,000 California 620760 LAKESIDE UNION ELEMENTARY $ 151,000 $ 112,000 $ 263,000 California 620790 LAKESIDE UNION ELEMENTARY $ 234,000 $ 993,000 $ 1,227,000 California 620820 LAMMERSVILLE ELEMENTARY $ 23,000 $ 63,000 $ 86,000 California 620850 LAMONT ELEMENTARY $ 806,000 $ 605,000 $ 1,412,000 California 620880 LANCASTER ELEMENTARY $ 2,820,000 $ 3,155,000 $ 5,975,000 California 620910 LARKSPUR ELEMENTARY $ $ 217,000 $ 217,000 California 621000 LAS VIRGENES UNIFIED $ 445,000 $ 2,314,000 $ 2,759,000 California 621060 LASSEN UNION HIGH $ 85,000 $ 189,000 $ 274,000 California 621090 LASSEN VIEW UNION ELEMENTARY $ 76,000 $ 69,000 $ 145,000 California 621150 LATON JOINT UNIFIED $ 249,000 $ 162,000 $ 411,000 California 621180 LATROBE ELEMENTARY $ $ 38,000 $ 38,000 California 621210 LAWNDALE ELEMENTARY $ 1,024,000 $ 1,475,000 $ 2,498,000 California 621240 LE GRAND UNION ELEMENTARY $ 57,000 $ 96,000 $ 154,000 California 621270 LE GRAND UNION HIGH $ 101,000 $ 129,000 $ 230,000 California 621330 LEMON GROVE ELEMENTARY $ 324,000 $ 895,000 $ 1,219,000 California 621360 LEMOORE UNION ELEMENTARY $ 347,000 $ 708,000 $ 1,055,000 California 621400 LEMOORE UNION HIGH $ 192,000 $ 359,000 $ 551,000 California 621420 LENNOX ELEMENTARY $ 1,936,000 $ 1,310,000 $ 3,246,000 $ 601,000 $ 1,420,000 California 621450 RICHLAND-LERDO UNION ELEMENTARY 818,000 $ California 621480 LEWISTON ELEMENTARY $ 38,000 $ 37,000 $ 75,000

Estimated additional allocations to LEAs for ESEA, Title I-A; and IDEA, Part B, sec. 611 according to the H.R. 1 Conference Agreement Notes: These are estimated grants only. These estimates are provided solely to assist in comparisons of the relative impact of alternative formulas and funding levels in the legislative process. It is ultimately the responsibility of the Department of Education and states to subgrant funds to LEAs. These estimates are not intended to predict specific amounts LEAs will receive. Details may not add to totals due to rounding. a. Title I-A: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $10 billion in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. Of this amount, 1% is set aside for the outlying areas and BIA. The remaining funds are split evenly between the targeted grant and education finance incentive grant (EFIG) formulas. Estimates grants to LEAs were prepared using using the underlying factors used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants. Actual data used to grant funds to LEAs will differ. b. IDEA: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $11.3 billion for sec. 611 in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. For these estimates, it is assumed that amounts reserved for state administration and state-level activities; and amounts requird for LEA base payments come from the amount separately appropriated for FY2009. It is also assumed that no LEAs would be subject to allocations below the amounts they received for FY2008. Estimated grants were prepared using LEA population and poverty data used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants as a proxy for population and poverty data specified in sec. 611(f). Actual data used to subgrant funds to LEAs will differ. Source: CRS analysis, February 13, 2009. IDEA, PART Bb TOTAL STATE LEACODE LEA NAME TITLE I-Aa California 621540 LIBERTY ELEMENTARY $ $ 29,000 $ 29,000 California 621570 LIBERTY ELEMENTARY $ 37,000 $ 41,000 $ 78,000 California 621600 LIBERTY UNION HIGH $ 142,000 $ 600,000 $ 742,000 California 621660 LINCOLN ELEMENTARY $ $ 1,000 $ 1,000 California 621690 LINCOLN UNIFIED $ 990,000 $ 1,629,000 $ 2,619,000 California 621810 LINDEN UNIFIED $ 130,000 $ 391,000 $ 520,000 California 621870 LINDSAY UNIFIED $ 1,476,000 $ 827,000 $ 2,303,000 California 621900 LINNS VALLEY-POSO FLAT UNION $ 9,000 $ 14,000 $ 22,000 California 621930 LITTLE LAKE CITY ELEMENTARY $ 365,000 $ 976,000 $ 1,342,000 California 621960 LITTLE SHASTA ELEMENTARY $ $ 8,000 $ 8,000 California 621990 LIVE OAK ELEMENTARY $ 154,000 $ 312,000 $ 466,000 California 622050 LIVE OAK UNIFIED $ 316,000 $ 385,000 $ 701,000 California 622110 LIVERMORE VALLEY JOINT UNIFIED $ 710,000 $ 2,485,000 $ 3,195,000 California 622170 LIVINGSTON UNION ELEMENTARY $ 337,000 $ 503,000 $ 840,000 California 622230 LODI UNIFIED $ 5,176,000 $ 5,967,000 $ 11,143,000 California 622320 LOLETA UNION ELEMENTARY $ 17,000 $ 30,000 $ 48,000 California 622350 LOMA PRIETA JOINT UNION ELEMENTARY $ 22,000 $ 81,000 $ 103,000 California 622380 LAS LOMITAS ELEMENTARY $ $ 202,000 $ 202,000 California 622410 LOMPOC UNIFIED $ 1,192,000 $ 2,094,000 $ 3,286,000 California 622440 LONE PINE UNIFIED $ 46,000 $ 73,000 $ 120,000 California 622500 LONG BEACH UNIFIED $ 35,744,000 $ 20,505,000 $ 56,249,000 California 622560 LOOMIS UNION ELEMENTARY $ 85,000 $ 442,000 $ 527,000 California 622590 LOS ALAMITOS UNIFIED $ $ 1,226,000 $ 1,226,000 California 622620 LOS ALAMOS ELEMENTARY $ 32,000 $ 50,000 $ 82,000 California 622650 LOS ALTOS ELEMENTARY $ $ 784,000 $ 784,000 $ 168,422,000 $ 566,729,000 California 622710 LOS ANGELES UNIFIED 398,307,000 $ California 622740 LOS BANOS UNIFIED $ 884,000 $ 1,438,000 $ 2,323,000

Estimated additional allocations to LEAs for ESEA, Title I-A; and IDEA, Part B, sec. 611 according to the H.R. 1 Conference Agreement Notes: These are estimated grants only. These estimates are provided solely to assist in comparisons of the relative impact of alternative formulas and funding levels in the legislative process. It is ultimately the responsibility of the Department of Education and states to subgrant funds to LEAs. These estimates are not intended to predict specific amounts LEAs will receive. Details may not add to totals due to rounding. a. Title I-A: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $10 billion in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. Of this amount, 1% is set aside for the outlying areas and BIA. The remaining funds are split evenly between the targeted grant and education finance incentive grant (EFIG) formulas. Estimates grants to LEAs were prepared using using the underlying factors used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants. Actual data used to grant funds to LEAs will differ. b. IDEA: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $11.3 billion for sec. 611 in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. For these estimates, it is assumed that amounts reserved for state administration and state-level activities; and amounts requird for LEA base payments come from the amount separately appropriated for FY2009. It is also assumed that no LEAs would be subject to allocations below the amounts they received for FY2008. Estimated grants were prepared using LEA population and poverty data used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants as a proxy for population and poverty data specified in sec. 611(f). Actual data used to subgrant funds to LEAs will differ. Source: CRS analysis, February 13, 2009. IDEA, PART Bb TOTAL STATE LEACODE LEA NAME TITLE I-Aa California 622800 LOS GATOS-SARATOGA JOINT UNION $ $ 418,000 $ 418,000 California 622830 LOS GATOS UNION ELEMENTARY $ $ 567,000 $ 567,000 California 622860 LOS MOLINOS UNIFIED $ 90,000 $ 124,000 $ 214,000 California 622890 LOS NIETOS ELEMENTARY $ 297,000 $ 488,000 $ 785,000 California 622920 LOS OLIVOS ELEMENTARY $ 9,000 $ 42,000 $ 52,000 California 622950 LOST HILLS UNION ELEMENTARY $ 130,000 $ 97,000 $ 227,000 California 623010 LOWELL JOINT ELEMENTARY $ 165,000 $ 828,000 $ 993,000 California 623040 LUCERNE ELEMENTARY $ 21,000 $ 59,000 $ 80,000 California 623080 LUCIA MAR UNIFIED $ 852,000 $ 1,965,000 $ 2,816,000 California 623130 LUTHER BURBANK ELEMENTARY $ 28,000 $ 93,000 $ 121,000 California 623160 LYNWOOD UNIFIED $ 4,490,000 $ 3,794,000 $ 8,284,000 California 623340 MADERA UNIFIED $ 4,578,000 $ 3,576,000 $ 8,153,000 California 623430 MAGNOLIA ELEMENTARY $ 855,000 $ 1,459,000 $ 2,314,000 California 623460 MAGNOLIA UNION ELEMENTARY $ $ 5,000 $ 5,000 California 623530 MAMMOTH UNIFIED $ 77,000 $ 217,000 $ 294,000 California 623550 MANCHESTER UNION ELEMENTARY $ 29,000 $ 21,000 $ 50,000 California 623610 MANTECA UNIFIED $ 1,879,000 $ 3,697,000 $ 5,576,000 California 623670 MANTON JOINT UNION ELEMENTARY $ 9,000 $ 9,000 $ 18,000 California 623700 MANZANITA ELEMENTARY $ 21,000 $ 35,000 $ 56,000 California 623730 MAPLE CREEK ELEMENTARY $ $ 2,000 $ 2,000 California 623760 MAPLE ELEMENTARY $ 22,000 $ 20,000 $ 42,000 California 623800 MARCUM-ILLINOIS UNION ELEMENTARY $ 10,000 $ 21,000 $ 30,000 California 623820 MARICOPA UNIFIED $ 35,000 $ 71,000 $ 106,000 California 623940 MARIPOSA COUNTY UNIFIED $ 218,000 $ 459,000 $ 677,000 California 623970 MARK TWAIN UNION ELEMENTARY $ 68,000 $ 161,000 $ 229,000 $ 244,000 $ 325,000 California 624000 MARK WEST UNION ELEMENTARY 81,000 $ California 624030 MARTINEZ UNIFIED $ 156,000 $ 809,000 $ 965,000

Estimated additional allocations to LEAs for ESEA, Title I-A; and IDEA, Part B, sec. 611 according to the H.R. 1 Conference Agreement Notes: These are estimated grants only. These estimates are provided solely to assist in comparisons of the relative impact of alternative formulas and funding levels in the legislative process. It is ultimately the responsibility of the Department of Education and states to subgrant funds to LEAs. These estimates are not intended to predict specific amounts LEAs will receive. Details may not add to totals due to rounding. a. Title I-A: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $10 billion in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. Of this amount, 1% is set aside for the outlying areas and BIA. The remaining funds are split evenly between the targeted grant and education finance incentive grant (EFIG) formulas. Estimates grants to LEAs were prepared using using the underlying factors used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants. Actual data used to grant funds to LEAs will differ. b. IDEA: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $11.3 billion for sec. 611 in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. For these estimates, it is assumed that amounts reserved for state administration and state-level activities; and amounts requird for LEA base payments come from the amount separately appropriated for FY2009. It is also assumed that no LEAs would be subject to allocations below the amounts they received for FY2008. Estimated grants were prepared using LEA population and poverty data used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants as a proxy for population and poverty data specified in sec. 611(f). Actual data used to subgrant funds to LEAs will differ. Source: CRS analysis, February 13, 2009. IDEA, PART Bb TOTAL STATE LEACODE LEA NAME TITLE I-Aa California 624090 MARYSVILLE JOINT UNIFIED $ 2,242,000 $ 2,236,000 $ 4,479,000 California 624150 MAXWELL UNIFIED $ 49,000 $ 79,000 $ 128,000 California 624180 MCCABE UNION ELEMENTARY $ 25,000 $ 53,000 $ 78,000 California 624210 MCCLOUD UNION ELEMENTARY $ 36,000 $ 33,000 $ 70,000 California 624230 MCFARLAND UNIFIED $ 1,048,000 $ 602,000 $ 1,649,000 California 624300 MCKINLEYVILLE UNION ELEMENTARY $ 109,000 $ 297,000 $ 406,000 California 624330 MCKITTRICK ELEMENTARY $ 6,000 $ 8,000 $ 14,000 California 624360 MCSWAIN UNION ELEMENTARY $ 58,000 $ 134,000 $ 191,000 California 624390 MEADOWS UNION ELEMENTARY $ 47,000 $ 70,000 $ 117,000 California 624480 MENDOCINO UNIFIED $ 46,000 $ 120,000 $ 166,000 California 624500 MILPITAS UNIFIED $ 598,000 $ 1,807,000 $ 2,405,000 California 624540 MENIFEE UNION ELEMENTARY $ 210,000 $ 850,000 $ 1,060,000 California 624570 MENLO PARK CITY ELEMENTARY $ $ 421,000 $ 421,000 California 624600 MERCED CITY ELEMENTARY $ 3,001,000 $ 2,717,000 $ 5,718,000 California 624630 MERCED RIVER UNION ELEMENTARY $ 19,000 $ 32,000 $ 51,000 California 624660 MERCED UNION HIGH $ 1,525,000 $ 1,845,000 $ 3,369,000 California 624690 MERIDIAN ELEMENTARY $ 6,000 $ 14,000 $ 20,000 California 624720 MESA UNION ELEMENTARY $ 20,000 $ 61,000 $ 82,000 California 624750 MIDDLETOWN UNIFIED $ 128,000 $ 312,000 $ 439,000 California 624780 MIDWAY ELEMENTARY $ 13,000 $ 19,000 $ 32,000 California 624870 MILL VALLEY ELEMENTARY $ $ 522,000 $ 522,000 California 624900 MILLBRAE ELEMENTARY $ 88,000 $ 424,000 $ 512,000 California 624930 MILLVILLE ELEMENTARY $ 13,000 $ 33,000 $ 46,000 California 625020 MINERAL ELEMENTARY $ $ 3,000 $ 3,000 California 625110 MISSION UNION ELEMENTARY $ $ 13,000 $ 13,000 $ 4,065,000 $ 8,648,000 California 625130 MODESTO CITY ELEMENTARY 4,584,000 $ California 625150 MODESTO CITY HIGH $ 1,850,000 $ 2,749,000 $ 4,599,000

Estimated additional allocations to LEAs for ESEA, Title I-A; and IDEA, Part B, sec. 611 according to the H.R. 1 Conference Agreement Notes: These are estimated grants only. These estimates are provided solely to assist in comparisons of the relative impact of alternative formulas and funding levels in the legislative process. It is ultimately the responsibility of the Department of Education and states to subgrant funds to LEAs. These estimates are not intended to predict specific amounts LEAs will receive. Details may not add to totals due to rounding. a. Title I-A: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $10 billion in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. Of this amount, 1% is set aside for the outlying areas and BIA. The remaining funds are split evenly between the targeted grant and education finance incentive grant (EFIG) formulas. Estimates grants to LEAs were prepared using using the underlying factors used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants. Actual data used to grant funds to LEAs will differ. b. IDEA: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $11.3 billion for sec. 611 in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. For these estimates, it is assumed that amounts reserved for state administration and state-level activities; and amounts requird for LEA base payments come from the amount separately appropriated for FY2009. It is also assumed that no LEAs would be subject to allocations below the amounts they received for FY2008. Estimated grants were prepared using LEA population and poverty data used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants as a proxy for population and poverty data specified in sec. 611(f). Actual data used to subgrant funds to LEAs will differ. Source: CRS analysis, February 13, 2009. IDEA, PART Bb TOTAL STATE LEACODE LEA NAME TITLE I-Aa California 625190 MODOC JOINT UNIFIED $ 141,000 $ 200,000 $ 341,000 California 625230 MOJAVE UNIFIED $ 576,000 $ 607,000 $ 1,183,000 California 625290 MONROE ELEMENTARY $ 92,000 $ 62,000 $ 154,000 California 625320 MONROVIA UNIFIED $ 807,000 $ 1,498,000 $ 2,305,000 California 625350 MONSON-SULTANA JOINT UNION ELEMENT $ 69,000 $ 95,000 $ 164,000 California 625380 MONTAGUE ELEMENTARY $ 52,000 $ 49,000 $ 100,000 California 625410 MONTE RIO UNION ELEMENTARY $ 16,000 $ 35,000 $ 51,000 California 625440 MONTEBELLO ELEMENTARY $ 5,000 $ 14,000 $ 19,000 California 625470 MONTEBELLO UNIFIED $ 9,436,000 $ 7,300,000 $ 16,736,000 California 625500 MONTECITO UNION ELEMENTARY $ 19,000 $ 98,000 $ 116,000 California 625530 MONTEREY PENINSULA UNIFIED $ 1,137,000 $ 2,424,000 $ 3,561,000 California 625650 MONTGOMERY ELEMENTARY $ $ 16,000 $ 16,000 California 625690 MOORPARK UNIFIED $ 377,000 $ 1,385,000 $ 1,762,000 California 625740 MORAGA ELEMENTARY $ $ 349,000 $ 349,000 California 625770 MORELAND ELEMENTARY $ 208,000 $ 941,000 $ 1,149,000 California 625800 MORENO VALLEY UNIFIED $ 4,955,000 $ 7,182,000 $ 12,137,000 California 625830 MORGAN HILL UNIFIED $ 476,000 $ 1,955,000 $ 2,431,000 California 625860 MORONGO UNIFIED $ 1,508,000 $ 2,126,000 $ 3,634,000 California 625980 MOTHER LODE UNION ELEMENTARY $ 100,000 $ 325,000 $ 425,000 California 626040 MT. SHASTA UNION ELEMENTARY $ 106,000 $ 139,000 $ 245,000 California 626070 MOUNTAIN ELEMENTARY $ $ 19,000 $ 19,000 California 626100 MOUNTAIN EMPIRE UNIFIED $ 199,000 $ 411,000 $ 610,000 California 626130 MOUNTAIN HOUSE ELEMENTARY $ 15,000 $ 12,000 $ 27,000 California 626190 MOUNTAIN VIEW ELEMENTARY $ 3,004,000 $ 2,353,000 $ 5,358,000 California 626220 MOUNTAIN VIEW ELEMENTARY $ 162,000 $ 622,000 $ 784,000 $ 934,000 $ 1,201,000 California 626280 MOUNTAIN VIEW-WHISMAN ELEMENTARY 268,000 $ California 626310 MOUNTAIN VIEW-LOS ALTOS UNION $ 108,000 $ 537,000 $ 645,000

Estimated additional allocations to LEAs for ESEA, Title I-A; and IDEA, Part B, sec. 611 according to the H.R. 1 Conference Agreement Notes: These are estimated grants only. These estimates are provided solely to assist in comparisons of the relative impact of alternative formulas and funding levels in the legislative process. It is ultimately the responsibility of the Department of Education and states to subgrant funds to LEAs. These estimates are not intended to predict specific amounts LEAs will receive. Details may not add to totals due to rounding. a. Title I-A: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $10 billion in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. Of this amount, 1% is set aside for the outlying areas and BIA. The remaining funds are split evenly between the targeted grant and education finance incentive grant (EFIG) formulas. Estimates grants to LEAs were prepared using using the underlying factors used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants. Actual data used to grant funds to LEAs will differ. b. IDEA: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $11.3 billion for sec. 611 in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. For these estimates, it is assumed that amounts reserved for state administration and state-level activities; and amounts requird for LEA base payments come from the amount separately appropriated for FY2009. It is also assumed that no LEAs would be subject to allocations below the amounts they received for FY2008. Estimated grants were prepared using LEA population and poverty data used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants as a proxy for population and poverty data specified in sec. 611(f). Actual data used to subgrant funds to LEAs will differ. Source: CRS analysis, February 13, 2009. IDEA, PART Bb TOTAL STATE LEACODE LEA NAME TITLE I-Aa California 626340 MT. BALDY JOINT ELEMENTARY $ $ 4,000 $ 4,000 California 626370 MT. DIABLO UNIFIED $ 3,637,000 $ 7,542,000 $ 11,180,000 California 626400 MT. PLEASANT ELEMENTARY $ 193,000 $ 565,000 $ 757,000 California 626430 MULBERRY ELEMENTARY $ $ 5,000 $ 5,000 California 626460 MUPU ELEMENTARY $ 6,000 $ 17,000 $ 23,000 California 626490 MUROC JOINT UNIFIED $ 109,000 $ 385,000 $ 494,000 California 626640 NAPA VALLEY UNIFIED $ 1,128,000 $ 3,137,000 $ 4,265,000 California 626670 NATIONAL ELEMENTARY $ 1,231,000 $ 1,357,000 $ 2,588,000 California 626760 NEEDLES UNIFIED $ 326,000 $ 285,000 $ 611,000 California 626820 NEVADA CITY ELEMENTARY $ 47,000 $ 261,000 $ 308,000 California 626880 NEVADA JOINT UNION HIGH $ 163,000 $ 627,000 $ 789,000 California 626910 NEW HAVEN UNIFIED $ 1,091,000 $ 2,450,000 $ 3,541,000 California 626970 NEW HOPE ELEMENTARY $ 53,000 $ 58,000 $ 112,000 California 627030 NEW JERUSALEM ELEMENTARY $ 17,000 $ 56,000 $ 73,000 California 627040 MOUNTAIN UNION ELEMENTARY $ 17,000 $ 30,000 $ 48,000 California 627060 NEWARK UNIFIED $ 489,000 $ 1,401,000 $ 1,889,000 California 627120 NEWCASTLE ELEMENTARY $ $ 54,000 $ 54,000 California 627180 NEWHALL ELEMENTARY $ 431,000 $ 1,286,000 $ 1,717,000 California 627200 NEWMAN-CROWS LANDING UNIFIED $ 169,000 $ 420,000 $ 589,000 California 627240 NEWPORT-MESA UNIFIED $ 1,753,000 $ 4,617,000 $ 6,369,000 California 627300 NICASIO ELEMENTARY $ $ 13,000 $ 13,000 California 627450 NORRIS ELEMENTARY $ 43,000 $ 256,000 $ 299,000 California 627480 NORTH COUNTY JOINT UNION ELEMENTAR $ 43,000 $ 97,000 $ 140,000 California 627510 NORTH COW CREEK ELEMENTARY $ 9,000 $ 38,000 $ 47,000 California 627590 NORTH MONTEREY COUNTY UNIFIED $ 362,000 $ 953,000 $ 1,315,000 $ 1,381,000 $ 3,239,000 California 627600 NORTH SACRAMENTO ELEMENTARY 1,858,000 $ California 627690 NORWALK-LA MIRADA UNIFIED $ 3,499,000 $ 4,868,000 $ 8,368,000

Estimated additional allocations to LEAs for ESEA, Title I-A; and IDEA, Part B, sec. 611 according to the H.R. 1 Conference Agreement Notes: These are estimated grants only. These estimates are provided solely to assist in comparisons of the relative impact of alternative formulas and funding levels in the legislative process. It is ultimately the responsibility of the Department of Education and states to subgrant funds to LEAs. These estimates are not intended to predict specific amounts LEAs will receive. Details may not add to totals due to rounding. a. Title I-A: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $10 billion in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. Of this amount, 1% is set aside for the outlying areas and BIA. The remaining funds are split evenly between the targeted grant and education finance incentive grant (EFIG) formulas. Estimates grants to LEAs were prepared using using the underlying factors used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants. Actual data used to grant funds to LEAs will differ. b. IDEA: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $11.3 billion for sec. 611 in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. For these estimates, it is assumed that amounts reserved for state administration and state-level activities; and amounts requird for LEA base payments come from the amount separately appropriated for FY2009. It is also assumed that no LEAs would be subject to allocations below the amounts they received for FY2008. Estimated grants were prepared using LEA population and poverty data used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants as a proxy for population and poverty data specified in sec. 611(f). Actual data used to subgrant funds to LEAs will differ. Source: CRS analysis, February 13, 2009. IDEA, PART Bb TOTAL STATE LEACODE LEA NAME TITLE I-Aa California 627720 NOVATO UNIFIED $ 272,000 $ 1,455,000 $ 1,726,000 California 627750 NUESTRO ELEMENTARY $ $ 10,000 $ 10,000 California 627780 NUVIEW UNION ELEMENTARY $ 91,000 $ 214,000 $ 305,000 California 627810 OAK GROVE ELEMENTARY $ 815,000 $ 2,398,000 $ 3,213,000 California 627840 OAK GROVE UNION ELEMENTARY $ 18,000 $ 103,000 $ 121,000 California 627850 OAK PARK UNIFIED $ 101,000 $ 591,000 $ 692,000 California 627870 OAK RUN ELEMENTARY $ 9,000 $ 15,000 $ 24,000 California 627900 OAK VALLEY UNION ELEMENTARY $ 57,000 $ 56,000 $ 113,000 California 627930 OAK VIEW UNION ELEMENTARY $ 22,000 $ 69,000 $ 91,000 California 628050 OAKLAND UNIFIED $ 17,619,000 $ 12,958,000 $ 30,577,000 California 628080 OAKLEY UNION ELEMENTARY $ 147,000 $ 806,000 $ 952,000 California 628140 OCEAN VIEW ELEMENTARY $ 610,000 $ 2,003,000 $ 2,613,000 California 628170 OCEAN VIEW ELEMENTARY $ 383,000 $ 547,000 $ 930,000 California 628250 OCEANSIDE UNIFIED $ 3,646,000 $ 4,517,000 $ 8,163,000 California 628270 OJAI UNIFIED $ 266,000 $ 789,000 $ 1,054,000 California 628320 OLD ADOBE UNION ELEMENTARY $ 72,000 $ 442,000 $ 514,000 California 628470 ONTARIO-MONTCLAIR ELEMENTARY $ 6,002,000 $ 6,029,000 $ 12,031,000 California 628500 OPHIR ELEMENTARY $ $ 36,000 $ 36,000 California 628530 ORANGE CENTER ELEMENTARY $ 223,000 $ 86,000 $ 309,000 California 628650 ORANGE UNIFIED $ 2,616,000 $ 6,824,000 $ 9,440,000 California 628680 ORCHARD ELEMENTARY $ 48,000 $ 174,000 $ 222,000 California 628710 ORCUTT UNION ELEMENTARY $ 153,000 $ 784,000 $ 937,000 California 628830 ORICK ELEMENTARY $ 6,000 $ 10,000 $ 16,000 California 628860 ORINDA UNION ELEMENTARY $ $ 432,000 $ 432,000 California 628950 ORO GRANDE ELEMENTARY $ 40,000 $ 29,000 $ 69,000 $ 545,000 $ 962,000 California 629100 OROVILLE CITY ELEMENTARY 418,000 $ California 629130 OROVILLE UNION HIGH $ 356,000 $ 495,000 $ 851,000

Estimated additional allocations to LEAs for ESEA, Title I-A; and IDEA, Part B, sec. 611 according to the H.R. 1 Conference Agreement Notes: These are estimated grants only. These estimates are provided solely to assist in comparisons of the relative impact of alternative formulas and funding levels in the legislative process. It is ultimately the responsibility of the Department of Education and states to subgrant funds to LEAs. These estimates are not intended to predict specific amounts LEAs will receive. Details may not add to totals due to rounding. a. Title I-A: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $10 billion in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. Of this amount, 1% is set aside for the outlying areas and BIA. The remaining funds are split evenly between the targeted grant and education finance incentive grant (EFIG) formulas. Estimates grants to LEAs were prepared using using the underlying factors used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants. Actual data used to grant funds to LEAs will differ. b. IDEA: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $11.3 billion for sec. 611 in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. For these estimates, it is assumed that amounts reserved for state administration and state-level activities; and amounts requird for LEA base payments come from the amount separately appropriated for FY2009. It is also assumed that no LEAs would be subject to allocations below the amounts they received for FY2008. Estimated grants were prepared using LEA population and poverty data used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants as a proxy for population and poverty data specified in sec. 611(f). Actual data used to subgrant funds to LEAs will differ. Source: CRS analysis, February 13, 2009. IDEA, PART Bb TOTAL STATE LEACODE LEA NAME TITLE I-Aa California 629160 OUTSIDE CREEK ELEMENTARY $ 14,000 $ 18,000 $ 32,000 California 629190 OWENS VALLEY UNIFIED $ $ 16,000 $ 16,000 California 629220 OXNARD ELEMENTARY $ 2,611,000 $ 3,367,000 $ 5,978,000 California 629270 OXNARD UNION HIGH $ 1,849,000 $ 2,732,000 $ 4,582,000 California 629280 PACHECO UNION ELEMENTARY $ 45,000 $ 166,000 $ 211,000 California 629340 PACIFIC ELEMENTARY $ $ 11,000 $ 11,000 California 629370 PACIFIC GROVE UNIFIED $ 66,000 $ 388,000 $ 454,000 California 629400 PACIFIC UNION ELEMENTARY $ 117,000 $ 84,000 $ 201,000 California 629430 PACIFIC UNION ELEMENTARY $ 36,000 $ 80,000 $ 116,000 California 629490 PAJARO VALLEY JOINT UNIFIED $ 3,228,000 $ 3,929,000 $ 7,157,000 California 629540 PALERMO UNION ELEMENTARY $ 190,000 $ 225,000 $ 415,000 California 629550 PALM SPRINGS UNIFIED $ 3,716,000 $ 4,698,000 $ 8,414,000 California 629580 PALMDALE ELEMENTARY $ 3,920,000 $ 4,238,000 $ 8,158,000 California 629610 PALO ALTO UNIFIED $ 245,000 $ 1,660,000 $ 1,905,000 California 629640 PALO VERDE UNIFIED $ 407,000 $ 798,000 $ 1,205,000 California 629670 PALO VERDE UNION ELEMENTARY $ 172,000 $ 103,000 $ 275,000 California 629700 PALOS VERDES PENINSULA UNIFIED $ 263,000 $ 1,782,000 $ 2,045,000 California 629770 PANOCHE ELEMENTARY $ $ 2,000 $ 2,000 California 629790 PARADISE ELEMENTARY $ 22,000 $ 66,000 $ 88,000 California 629820 PARADISE UNIFIED $ 339,000 $ 1,023,000 $ 1,362,000 California 629850 PARAMOUNT UNIFIED $ 4,075,000 $ 3,786,000 $ 7,861,000 California 629910 PARLIER UNIFIED $ 1,133,000 $ 691,000 $ 1,824,000 California 629940 PASADENA UNIFIED $ 5,484,000 $ 6,059,000 $ 11,543,000 California 630030 PATTERSON JOINT UNIFIED $ 318,000 $ 805,000 $ 1,123,000 California 630090 PENINSULA UNION ELEMENTARY $ 9,000 $ 12,000 $ 21,000 $ 1,213,000 $ 2,045,000 California 630180 PERRIS ELEMENTARY 833,000 $ California 630210 PERRIS UNION HIGH $ 930,000 $ 1,661,000 $ 2,591,000

Estimated additional allocations to LEAs for ESEA, Title I-A; and IDEA, Part B, sec. 611 according to the H.R. 1 Conference Agreement Notes: These are estimated grants only. These estimates are provided solely to assist in comparisons of the relative impact of alternative formulas and funding levels in the legislative process. It is ultimately the responsibility of the Department of Education and states to subgrant funds to LEAs. These estimates are not intended to predict specific amounts LEAs will receive. Details may not add to totals due to rounding. a. Title I-A: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $10 billion in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. Of this amount, 1% is set aside for the outlying areas and BIA. The remaining funds are split evenly between the targeted grant and education finance incentive grant (EFIG) formulas. Estimates grants to LEAs were prepared using using the underlying factors used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants. Actual data used to grant funds to LEAs will differ. b. IDEA: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $11.3 billion for sec. 611 in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. For these estimates, it is assumed that amounts reserved for state administration and state-level activities; and amounts requird for LEA base payments come from the amount separately appropriated for FY2009. It is also assumed that no LEAs would be subject to allocations below the amounts they received for FY2008. Estimated grants were prepared using LEA population and poverty data used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants as a proxy for population and poverty data specified in sec. 611(f). Actual data used to subgrant funds to LEAs will differ. Source: CRS analysis, February 13, 2009. IDEA, PART Bb TOTAL STATE LEACODE LEA NAME TITLE I-Aa California 630230 PETALUMA CITY ELEMENTARY $ 111,000 $ 451,000 $ 562,000 California 630250 PETALUMA JOINT UNION HIGH $ 164,000 $ 841,000 $ 1,005,000 California 630330 PIEDMONT CITY UNIFIED $ $ 415,000 $ 415,000 California 630360 PIERCE JOINT UNIFIED $ 81,000 $ 227,000 $ 308,000 California 630390 PINE RIDGE ELEMENTARY $ 7,000 $ 28,000 $ 35,000 California 630450 PINER-OLIVET UNION ELEMENTARY $ 46,000 $ 262,000 $ 308,000 California 630480 PIONEER UNION ELEMENTARY $ 32,000 $ 95,000 $ 127,000 California 630510 PIONEER UNION ELEMENTARY $ 46,000 $ 168,000 $ 213,000 California 630520 PIONEER UNION ELEMENTARY $ 21,000 $ 33,000 $ 53,000 California 630600 PITTSBURG UNIFIED $ 1,313,000 $ 2,168,000 $ 3,481,000 California 630630 PIXLEY UNION ELEMENTARY $ 285,000 $ 167,000 $ 453,000 California 630660 PLACENTIA-YORBA LINDA UNIFIED $ 1,311,000 $ 5,135,000 $ 6,447,000 California 630720 PLACER HILLS UNION ELEMENTARY $ $ 307,000 $ 307,000 California 630750 PLACER UNION HIGH $ 111,000 $ 741,000 $ 852,000 California 630780 PLACERVILLE UNION ELEMENTARY $ 122,000 $ 297,000 $ 419,000 California 630810 PLAINSBURG UNION ELEMENTARY $ 11,000 $ 14,000 $ 25,000 California 630840 PLANADA ELEMENTARY $ 241,000 $ 209,000 $ 450,000 California 630870 PLAZA ELEMENTARY $ 16,000 $ 17,000 $ 33,000 California 630900 PLEASANT GROVE JOINT UNION ELEMENT $ 12,000 $ 26,000 $ 38,000 California 630930 PLEASANT RIDGE UNION ELEMENTARY $ 69,000 $ 369,000 $ 438,000 California 630960 PLEASANT VALLEY ELEMENTARY $ 22,000 $ 120,000 $ 142,000 California 630990 PLEASANT VALLEY ELEMENTARY $ 250,000 $ 1,447,000 $ 1,697,000 California 631020 PLEASANT VALLEY JOINT UNION ELEMEN $ 15,000 $ 23,000 $ 38,000 California 631050 PLEASANT VIEW ELEMENTARY $ 75,000 $ 67,000 $ 142,000 California 631140 PLUM VALLEY ELEMENTARY $ 18,000 $ 15,000 $ 32,000 $ 536,000 $ 744,000 California 631170 PLUMAS UNIFIED 207,000 $ California 631180 PLUMAS ELEMENTARY $ 7,000 $ 11,000 $ 18,000

Estimated additional allocations to LEAs for ESEA, Title I-A; and IDEA, Part B, sec. 611 according to the H.R. 1 Conference Agreement Notes: These are estimated grants only. These estimates are provided solely to assist in comparisons of the relative impact of alternative formulas and funding levels in the legislative process. It is ultimately the responsibility of the Department of Education and states to subgrant funds to LEAs. These estimates are not intended to predict specific amounts LEAs will receive. Details may not add to totals due to rounding. a. Title I-A: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $10 billion in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. Of this amount, 1% is set aside for the outlying areas and BIA. The remaining funds are split evenly between the targeted grant and education finance incentive grant (EFIG) formulas. Estimates grants to LEAs were prepared using using the underlying factors used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants. Actual data used to grant funds to LEAs will differ. b. IDEA: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $11.3 billion for sec. 611 in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. For these estimates, it is assumed that amounts reserved for state administration and state-level activities; and amounts requird for LEA base payments come from the amount separately appropriated for FY2009. It is also assumed that no LEAs would be subject to allocations below the amounts they received for FY2008. Estimated grants were prepared using LEA population and poverty data used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants as a proxy for population and poverty data specified in sec. 611(f). Actual data used to subgrant funds to LEAs will differ. Source: CRS analysis, February 13, 2009. IDEA, PART Bb TOTAL STATE LEACODE LEA NAME TITLE I-Aa California 631230 POINT ARENA JOINT UNION HIGH $ 23,000 $ 39,000 $ 62,000 California 631290 POLLOCK PINES ELEMENTARY $ 37,000 $ 192,000 $ 229,000 California 631320 POMONA UNIFIED $ 9,087,000 $ 7,739,000 $ 16,826,000 California 631350 POND UNION ELEMENTARY $ 87,000 $ 24,000 $ 111,000 California 631380 POPE VALLEY UNION ELEMENTARY $ 9,000 $ 28,000 $ 37,000 California 631400 POTTER VALLEY COMMUNITY UNIFIED $ 38,000 $ 75,000 $ 114,000 California 631470 PORTOLA VALLEY ELEMENTARY $ $ 129,000 $ 129,000 California 631530 POWAY UNIFIED $ 1,111,000 $ 5,465,000 $ 6,576,000 California 631620 PRINCETON JOINT UNIFIED $ 20,000 $ 45,000 $ 64,000 California 631650 QUARTZ VALLEY ELEMENTARY $ $ 4,000 $ 4,000 California 631680 RAISIN CITY ELEMENTARY $ 134,000 $ 72,000 $ 205,000 California 631710 RAMONA CITY UNIFIED $ 320,000 $ 1,255,000 $ 1,575,000 California 631740 RANCHO SANTA FE ELEMENTARY $ $ 115,000 $ 115,000 California 631830 RAVENDALE-TERMO ELEMENTARY $ $ 1,000 $ 1,000 California 631860 RAVENSWOOD CITY ELEMENTARY $ 689,000 $ 1,184,000 $ 1,873,000 California 631920 RAYMOND-KNOWLES UNION ELEMENTARY $ 13,000 $ 22,000 $ 35,000 California 631950 READY SPRINGS UNION ELEMENTARY $ 36,000 $ 94,000 $ 130,000 California 631980 RED BLUFF UNION ELEMENTARY $ 345,000 $ 446,000 $ 791,000 California 632010 RED BLUFF JOINT UNION HIGH $ 252,000 $ 383,000 $ 635,000 California 632040 REDDING ELEMENTARY $ 371,000 $ 758,000 $ 1,129,000 California 632070 REDLANDS UNIFIED $ 2,170,000 $ 4,072,000 $ 6,242,000 California 632130 REDWOOD CITY ELEMENTARY $ 632,000 $ 1,933,000 $ 2,566,000 California 632160 REED UNION ELEMENTARY $ 37,000 $ 250,000 $ 287,000 California 632250 REEDS CREEK ELEMENTARY $ 17,000 $ 26,000 $ 43,000 California 632270 REEF-SUNSET UNIFIED $ 678,000 $ 566,000 $ 1,244,000 $ 675,000 $ 796,000 California 632310 RESCUE UNION ELEMENTARY 121,000 $ California 632340 KASHIA ELEMENTARY $ $ 2,000 $ 2,000

Estimated additional allocations to LEAs for ESEA, Title I-A; and IDEA, Part B, sec. 611 according to the H.R. 1 Conference Agreement Notes: These are estimated grants only. These estimates are provided solely to assist in comparisons of the relative impact of alternative formulas and funding levels in the legislative process. It is ultimately the responsibility of the Department of Education and states to subgrant funds to LEAs. These estimates are not intended to predict specific amounts LEAs will receive. Details may not add to totals due to rounding. a. Title I-A: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $10 billion in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. Of this amount, 1% is set aside for the outlying areas and BIA. The remaining funds are split evenly between the targeted grant and education finance incentive grant (EFIG) formulas. Estimates grants to LEAs were prepared using using the underlying factors used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants. Actual data used to grant funds to LEAs will differ. b. IDEA: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $11.3 billion for sec. 611 in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. For these estimates, it is assumed that amounts reserved for state administration and state-level activities; and amounts requird for LEA base payments come from the amount separately appropriated for FY2009. It is also assumed that no LEAs would be subject to allocations below the amounts they received for FY2008. Estimated grants were prepared using LEA population and poverty data used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants as a proxy for population and poverty data specified in sec. 611(f). Actual data used to subgrant funds to LEAs will differ. Source: CRS analysis, February 13, 2009. IDEA, PART Bb TOTAL STATE LEACODE LEA NAME TITLE I-Aa California 632370 RIALTO UNIFIED $ 5,630,000 $ 6,064,000 $ 11,694,000 California 632400 RICHFIELD ELEMENTARY $ 28,000 $ 32,000 $ 60,000 California 632430 RICHGROVE ELEMENTARY $ 386,000 $ 165,000 $ 551,000 California 632520 RICHMOND ELEMENTARY $ 5,000 $ 22,000 $ 27,000 California 632550 WEST CONTRA COSTA UNIFIED $ 6,664,000 $ 7,945,000 $ 14,609,000 California 632610 RIM OF THE WORLD UNIFIED $ 278,000 $ 1,164,000 $ 1,441,000 California 632640 RINCON VALLEY UNION ELEMENTARY $ 141,000 $ 544,000 $ 685,000 California 632710 RIO BRAVO-GREELEY UNION ELEMENTARY $ 77,000 $ 126,000 $ 203,000 California 632730 RIO DELL ELEMENTARY $ 71,000 $ 81,000 $ 152,000 California 632760 RIO ELEMENTARY $ 321,000 $ 723,000 $ 1,045,000 California 632790 RIO LINDA UNION ELEMENTARY $ 1,813,000 $ 2,299,000 $ 4,112,000 California 632880 RIPON UNIFIED $ 138,000 $ 569,000 $ 707,000 California 633110 RIVER DELTA JOINT UNIFIED $ 164,000 $ 391,000 $ 555,000 California 633150 RIVERSIDE UNIFIED $ 6,247,000 $ 8,445,000 $ 14,693,000 California 633210 ROBERTS FERRY UNION ELEMENTARY $ 11,000 $ 11,000 $ 22,000 California 633240 ROBLA ELEMENTARY $ 410,000 $ 549,000 $ 959,000 California 633270 ROCKFORD ELEMENTARY $ 55,000 $ 39,000 $ 94,000 California 633330 ROHNERVILLE ELEMENTARY $ 48,000 $ 119,000 $ 167,000 California 633390 ROMOLAND ELEMENTARY $ 193,000 $ 311,000 $ 503,000 California 633480 ROSEDALE UNION ELEMENTARY $ 166,000 $ 847,000 $ 1,013,000 California 633510 ROSELAND ELEMENTARY $ 167,000 $ 254,000 $ 421,000 California 633570 ROSEMEAD ELEMENTARY $ 780,000 $ 731,000 $ 1,510,000 California 633600 ROSEVILLE CITY ELEMENTARY $ 266,000 $ 1,211,000 $ 1,477,000 California 633630 ROSEVILLE JOINT UNION HIGH $ 210,000 $ 1,055,000 $ 1,265,000 California 633660 ROSS ELEMENTARY $ $ 70,000 $ 70,000 $ $ 13,000 $ 13,000 California 633690 ROUND VALLEY JOINT ELEMENTARY California 633720 ROUND VALLEY UNIFIED $ 106,000 $ 95,000 $ 201,000

Estimated additional allocations to LEAs for ESEA, Title I-A; and IDEA, Part B, sec. 611 according to the H.R. 1 Conference Agreement Notes: These are estimated grants only. These estimates are provided solely to assist in comparisons of the relative impact of alternative formulas and funding levels in the legislative process. It is ultimately the responsibility of the Department of Education and states to subgrant funds to LEAs. These estimates are not intended to predict specific amounts LEAs will receive. Details may not add to totals due to rounding. a. Title I-A: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $10 billion in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. Of this amount, 1% is set aside for the outlying areas and BIA. The remaining funds are split evenly between the targeted grant and education finance incentive grant (EFIG) formulas. Estimates grants to LEAs were prepared using using the underlying factors used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants. Actual data used to grant funds to LEAs will differ. b. IDEA: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $11.3 billion for sec. 611 in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. For these estimates, it is assumed that amounts reserved for state administration and state-level activities; and amounts requird for LEA base payments come from the amount separately appropriated for FY2009. It is also assumed that no LEAs would be subject to allocations below the amounts they received for FY2008. Estimated grants were prepared using LEA population and poverty data used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants as a proxy for population and poverty data specified in sec. 611(f). Actual data used to subgrant funds to LEAs will differ. Source: CRS analysis, February 13, 2009. IDEA, PART Bb TOTAL STATE LEACODE LEA NAME TITLE I-Aa California 633750 ROWLAND UNIFIED $ 3,531,000 $ 4,314,000 $ 7,845,000 California 633840 SACRAMENTO CITY UNIFIED $ 16,759,000 $ 12,195,000 $ 28,954,000 California 633860 SADDLEBACK VALLEY UNIFIED $ $ 6,479,000 $ 6,479,000 California 633900 SALIDA UNION ELEMENTARY $ 148,000 $ 600,000 $ 748,000 California 633930 SALINAS CITY ELEMENTARY $ 1,237,000 $ 1,821,000 $ 3,058,000 California 633980 SALINAS UNION HIGH $ 2,010,000 $ 2,649,000 $ 4,658,000 California 634050 SAN ANTONIO UNION ELEMENTARY $ 28,000 $ 47,000 $ 75,000 California 634080 SAN ARDO UNION ELEMENTARY $ 19,000 $ 24,000 $ 43,000 California 634140 SAN BENITO HIGH $ 163,000 $ 485,000 $ 648,000 California 634170 SAN BERNARDINO CITY UNIFIED $ 21,949,000 $ 12,134,000 $ 34,082,000 California 634230 SAN BRUNO PARK ELEMENTARY $ 155,000 $ 691,000 $ 845,000 California 634290 SAN CARLOS ELEMENTARY $ $ 449,000 $ 449,000 California 634320 SAN DIEGO CITY UNIFIED $ 37,032,000 $ 28,727,000 $ 65,759,000 California 634380 SAN DIEGUITO UNION HIGH $ 305,000 $ 1,673,000 $ 1,978,000 California 634410 SAN FRANCISCO UNIFIED $ 10,966,000 $ 11,984,000 $ 22,950,000 California 634425 SAN GABRIEL UNIFIED $ 820,000 $ 1,249,000 $ 2,069,000 California 634440 SAN JACINTO UNIFIED $ 844,000 $ 1,317,000 $ 2,161,000 California 634590 SAN JOSE UNIFIED $ 4,287,000 $ 6,918,000 $ 11,205,000 California 634620 SAN JUAN UNIFIED $ 7,991,000 $ 10,387,000 $ 18,378,000 California 634680 SAN LEANDRO UNIFIED $ 707,000 $ 1,638,000 $ 2,345,000 California 634710 SAN LORENZO UNIFIED $ 1,175,000 $ 2,323,000 $ 3,498,000 California 634740 SAN LORENZO VALLEY UNIFIED $ 131,000 $ 684,000 $ 815,000 California 634770 SAN LUCAS UNION ELEMENTARY $ 25,000 $ 25,000 $ 50,000 California 634800 SAN LUIS COASTAL UNIFIED $ 472,000 $ 1,487,000 $ 1,959,000 California 634860 SAN MARINO UNIFIED $ 123,000 $ 531,000 $ 653,000 $ 2,470,000 $ 3,645,000 California 634880 SAN MARCOS UNIFIED 1,174,000 $ California 634920 SAN MATEO-FOSTER CITY ELEMENTARY $ 523,000 $ 2,103,000 $ 2,626,000

Estimated additional allocations to LEAs for ESEA, Title I-A; and IDEA, Part B, sec. 611 according to the H.R. 1 Conference Agreement Notes: These are estimated grants only. These estimates are provided solely to assist in comparisons of the relative impact of alternative formulas and funding levels in the legislative process. It is ultimately the responsibility of the Department of Education and states to subgrant funds to LEAs. These estimates are not intended to predict specific amounts LEAs will receive. Details may not add to totals due to rounding. a. Title I-A: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $10 billion in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. Of this amount, 1% is set aside for the outlying areas and BIA. The remaining funds are split evenly between the targeted grant and education finance incentive grant (EFIG) formulas. Estimates grants to LEAs were prepared using using the underlying factors used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants. Actual data used to grant funds to LEAs will differ. b. IDEA: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $11.3 billion for sec. 611 in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. For these estimates, it is assumed that amounts reserved for state administration and state-level activities; and amounts requird for LEA base payments come from the amount separately appropriated for FY2009. It is also assumed that no LEAs would be subject to allocations below the amounts they received for FY2008. Estimated grants were prepared using LEA population and poverty data used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants as a proxy for population and poverty data specified in sec. 611(f). Actual data used to subgrant funds to LEAs will differ. Source: CRS analysis, February 13, 2009. IDEA, PART Bb TOTAL STATE LEACODE LEA NAME TITLE I-Aa California 634980 SAN MATEO UNION HIGH $ 284,000 $ 1,366,000 $ 1,650,000 California 635010 SAN MIGUEL JOINT UNION ELEMENT $ 40,000 $ 121,000 $ 161,000 California 635040 SAN PASQUAL UNION ELEMENTARY $ 21,000 $ 71,000 $ 92,000 California 635070 SAN PASQUAL VALLEY UNIFIED $ 252,000 $ 178,000 $ 431,000 California 635090 SAN RAFAEL CITY ELEMENTARY $ 286,000 $ 805,000 $ 1,091,000 California 635110 SAN RAFAEL CITY HIGH $ 101,000 $ 404,000 $ 504,000 California 635130 SAN RAMON VALLEY UNIFIED $ $ 3,735,000 $ 3,735,000 California 635220 SAN YSIDRO ELEMENTARY $ 785,000 $ 728,000 $ 1,513,000 California 635250 SANGER UNIFIED $ 1,261,000 $ 1,525,000 $ 2,786,000 California 635310 SANTA ANA UNIFIED $ 11,818,000 $ 11,703,000 $ 23,522,000 California 635360 SANTA BARBARA ELEMENTARY $ 680,000 $ 1,267,000 $ 1,947,000 California 635370 SANTA BARBARA HIGH $ 627,000 $ 1,685,000 $ 2,313,000 California 635430 SANTA CLARA UNIFIED $ 803,000 $ 2,708,000 $ 3,511,000 California 635490 SANTA CLARA ELEMENTARY $ $ 4,000 $ 4,000 California 635590 SANTA CRUZ CITY ELEMENTARY $ 241,000 $ 616,000 $ 857,000 California 635600 SANTA CRUZ CITY HIGH $ 280,000 $ 1,026,000 $ 1,306,000 California 635670 SANTA MARIA JOINT UNION HIGH $ 826,000 $ 1,202,000 $ 2,028,000 California 635700 SANTA MONICA-MALIBU UNIFIED $ 882,000 $ 2,009,000 $ 2,892,000 California 635730 SANTA PAULA ELEMENTARY $ 449,000 $ 843,000 $ 1,292,000 California 635760 SANTA PAULA UNION HIGH $ 189,000 $ 317,000 $ 506,000 California 635790 SANTA RITA UNION ELEMENTARY $ 174,000 $ 450,000 $ 624,000 California 635810 SANTA ROSA ELEMENTARY $ 485,000 $ 1,074,000 $ 1,559,000 California 635830 SANTA ROSA HIGH $ 836,000 $ 2,283,000 $ 3,119,000 California 635850 SANTA YNEZ VALLEY UNION HIGH $ 38,000 $ 175,000 $ 213,000 California 635880 SANTEE ELEMENTARY $ 289,000 $ 1,443,000 $ 1,732,000 $ $ 476,000 $ 476,000 California 635910 SARATOGA UNION ELEMENTARY California 635940 SAUCELITO ELEMENTARY $ 7,000 $ 7,000 $ 14,000

Estimated additional allocations to LEAs for ESEA, Title I-A; and IDEA, Part B, sec. 611 according to the H.R. 1 Conference Agreement Notes: These are estimated grants only. These estimates are provided solely to assist in comparisons of the relative impact of alternative formulas and funding levels in the legislative process. It is ultimately the responsibility of the Department of Education and states to subgrant funds to LEAs. These estimates are not intended to predict specific amounts LEAs will receive. Details may not add to totals due to rounding. a. Title I-A: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $10 billion in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. Of this amount, 1% is set aside for the outlying areas and BIA. The remaining funds are split evenly between the targeted grant and education finance incentive grant (EFIG) formulas. Estimates grants to LEAs were prepared using using the underlying factors used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants. Actual data used to grant funds to LEAs will differ. b. IDEA: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $11.3 billion for sec. 611 in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. For these estimates, it is assumed that amounts reserved for state administration and state-level activities; and amounts requird for LEA base payments come from the amount separately appropriated for FY2009. It is also assumed that no LEAs would be subject to allocations below the amounts they received for FY2008. Estimated grants were prepared using LEA population and poverty data used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants as a proxy for population and poverty data specified in sec. 611(f). Actual data used to subgrant funds to LEAs will differ. Source: CRS analysis, February 13, 2009. IDEA, PART Bb TOTAL STATE LEACODE LEA NAME TITLE I-Aa California 635970 SAUGUS UNION ELEMENTARY $ 278,000 $ 1,678,000 $ 1,956,000 California 636000 SAUSALITO ELEMENTARY $ 44,000 $ 101,000 $ 144,000 California 636030 SAVANNA ELEMENTARY $ 174,000 $ 581,000 $ 755,000 California 636100 SCOTIA UNION ELEMENTARY $ 15,000 $ 40,000 $ 55,000 California 636180 SEBASTOPOL UNION ELEMENTARY $ 69,000 $ 262,000 $ 331,000 California 636210 SEELEY UNION ELEMENTARY $ 63,000 $ 103,000 $ 166,000 California 636240 SEIAD ELEMENTARY $ $ 7,000 $ 7,000 California 636270 SELMA UNIFIED $ 1,545,000 $ 1,205,000 $ 2,750,000 California 636330 SEMITROPIC ELEMENTARY $ 16,000 $ 18,000 $ 33,000 California 636360 SEQUOIA UNION ELEMENTARY $ 38,000 $ 54,000 $ 92,000 California 636390 SEQUOIA UNION HIGH $ 421,000 $ 1,547,000 $ 1,967,000 California 636420 SHAFFER UNION ELEMENTARY $ 25,000 $ 74,000 $ 99,000 California 636450 SHANDON JOINT UNIFIED $ 70,000 $ 67,000 $ 136,000 California 636570 SHASTA UNION ELEMENTARY $ 16,000 $ 46,000 $ 62,000 California 636600 SHASTA UNION HIGH $ 439,000 $ 902,000 $ 1,342,000 California 636660 SHILOH ELEMENTARY $ 22,000 $ 28,000 $ 50,000 California 636670 SHORELINE UNIFIED $ 38,000 $ 163,000 $ 201,000 California 636780 SIERRA-PLUMAS JOINT UNIFIED $ 40,000 $ 112,000 $ 152,000 California 636800 SIERRA SANDS UNIFIED $ 690,000 $ 1,261,000 $ 1,951,000 California 636805 SIERRA UNIFIED $ 160,000 $ 374,000 $ 535,000 California 636810 SILVER FORK ELEMENTARY $ $ 3,000 $ 3,000 California 636820 SILVER VALLEY UNIFIED $ 199,000 $ 534,000 $ 733,000 California 636840 SIMI VALLEY UNIFIED $ 1,080,000 $ 3,887,000 $ 4,967,000 California 636940 SISKIYOU UNION HIGH $ 70,000 $ 143,000 $ 213,000 California 636960 SNELLING-MERCED FALLS UNION ELEMEN $ 9,000 $ 21,000 $ 30,000 $ 1,096,000 $ 1,394,000 California 636970 SNOWLINE JOINT UNIFIED 298,000 $ California 636972 VICTOR VALLEY UNION HIGH $ 1,406,000 $ 1,849,000 $ 3,255,000

Estimated additional allocations to LEAs for ESEA, Title I-A; and IDEA, Part B, sec. 611 according to the H.R. 1 Conference Agreement Notes: These are estimated grants only. These estimates are provided solely to assist in comparisons of the relative impact of alternative formulas and funding levels in the legislative process. It is ultimately the responsibility of the Department of Education and states to subgrant funds to LEAs. These estimates are not intended to predict specific amounts LEAs will receive. Details may not add to totals due to rounding. a. Title I-A: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $10 billion in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. Of this amount, 1% is set aside for the outlying areas and BIA. The remaining funds are split evenly between the targeted grant and education finance incentive grant (EFIG) formulas. Estimates grants to LEAs were prepared using using the underlying factors used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants. Actual data used to grant funds to LEAs will differ. b. IDEA: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $11.3 billion for sec. 611 in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. For these estimates, it is assumed that amounts reserved for state administration and state-level activities; and amounts requird for LEA base payments come from the amount separately appropriated for FY2009. It is also assumed that no LEAs would be subject to allocations below the amounts they received for FY2008. Estimated grants were prepared using LEA population and poverty data used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants as a proxy for population and poverty data specified in sec. 611(f). Actual data used to subgrant funds to LEAs will differ. Source: CRS analysis, February 13, 2009. IDEA, PART Bb TOTAL STATE LEACODE LEA NAME TITLE I-Aa California 636990 SOLANA BEACH ELEMENTARY $ $ 556,000 $ 556,000 California 637050 SOLEDAD UNIFIED $ 421,000 $ 621,000 $ 1,042,000 California 637110 SOLVANG ELEMENTARY $ 21,000 $ 113,000 $ 135,000 California 637140 SOMIS UNION ELEMENTARY $ 52,000 $ 80,000 $ 133,000 California 637200 SONOMA VALLEY UNIFIED $ 287,000 $ 973,000 $ 1,259,000 California 637230 SONORA ELEMENTARY $ 67,000 $ 134,000 $ 201,000 California 637260 SONORA UNION HIGH $ 140,000 $ 289,000 $ 428,000 California 637290 SOQUEL ELEMENTARY $ 118,000 $ 369,000 $ 488,000 California 637320 SOULSBYVILLE ELEMENTARY $ 57,000 $ 96,000 $ 153,000 California 637350 SOUTH BAY UNION ELEMENTARY $ 72,000 $ 180,000 $ 252,000 California 637380 SOUTH BAY UNION ELEMENTARY $ 1,402,000 $ 1,951,000 $ 3,353,000 California 637470 SOUTH FORK UNION ELEMENTARY $ 74,000 $ 84,000 $ 157,000 California 637500 SOUTH PASADENA UNIFIED $ 182,000 $ 727,000 $ 909,000 California 637530 SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO UNIFIED $ 546,000 $ 2,073,000 $ 2,619,000 California 637560 SOUTH WHITTIER ELEMENTARY $ 609,000 $ 992,000 $ 1,602,000 California 637590 SOUTHERN HUMBOLDT JOINT UNIFIED $ 128,000 $ 213,000 $ 341,000 California 637620 SOUTHERN KERN UNIFIED $ 268,000 $ 702,000 $ 970,000 California 637630 SOUTHERN TRINITY JOINT UNIFIED $ 34,000 $ 34,000 $ 68,000 California 637650 SOUTHSIDE ELEMENTARY $ 6,000 $ 29,000 $ 34,000 California 637680 SPENCER VALLEY ELEMENTARY $ $ 7,000 $ 7,000 California 637710 SPRECKELS UNION ELEMENTARY $ 19,000 $ 119,000 $ 137,000 California 637770 SPRINGVILLE UNION ELEMENTARY $ 50,000 $ 79,000 $ 129,000 California 637830 ST. HELENA UNIFIED $ 65,000 $ 301,000 $ 367,000 California 637890 STANDARD ELEMENTARY $ 360,000 $ 557,000 $ 917,000 California 637950 STANISLAUS UNION ELEMENTARY $ 439,000 $ 837,000 $ 1,276,000 $ 9,251,000 $ 22,755,000 California 638010 STOCKTON CITY UNIFIED 13,504,000 $ California 638040 STONE CORRAL ELEMENTARY $ 67,000 $ 30,000 $ 97,000

Estimated additional allocations to LEAs for ESEA, Title I-A; and IDEA, Part B, sec. 611 according to the H.R. 1 Conference Agreement Notes: These are estimated grants only. These estimates are provided solely to assist in comparisons of the relative impact of alternative formulas and funding levels in the legislative process. It is ultimately the responsibility of the Department of Education and states to subgrant funds to LEAs. These estimates are not intended to predict specific amounts LEAs will receive. Details may not add to totals due to rounding. a. Title I-A: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $10 billion in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. Of this amount, 1% is set aside for the outlying areas and BIA. The remaining funds are split evenly between the targeted grant and education finance incentive grant (EFIG) formulas. Estimates grants to LEAs were prepared using using the underlying factors used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants. Actual data used to grant funds to LEAs will differ. b. IDEA: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $11.3 billion for sec. 611 in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. For these estimates, it is assumed that amounts reserved for state administration and state-level activities; and amounts requird for LEA base payments come from the amount separately appropriated for FY2009. It is also assumed that no LEAs would be subject to allocations below the amounts they received for FY2008. Estimated grants were prepared using LEA population and poverty data used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants as a proxy for population and poverty data specified in sec. 611(f). Actual data used to subgrant funds to LEAs will differ. Source: CRS analysis, February 13, 2009. IDEA, PART Bb TOTAL STATE LEACODE LEA NAME TITLE I-Aa California 638070 STONY CREEK JOINT UNIFIED $ 18,000 $ 42,000 $ 60,000 California 638130 STRATHMORE UNION ELEMENTARY $ 212,000 $ 178,000 $ 390,000 California 638220 SULPHUR SPRINGS UNION ELEMENTARY $ 280,000 $ 1,082,000 $ 1,362,000 California 638250 SUMMERVILLE ELEMENTARY $ 24,000 $ 98,000 $ 121,000 California 638280 SUMMERVILLE UNION HIGH $ 28,000 $ 100,000 $ 128,000 California 638340 SUNDALE UNION ELEMENTARY $ 64,000 $ 84,000 $ 148,000 California 638430 SUNNYSIDE UNION ELEMENTARY $ 192,000 $ 105,000 $ 297,000 California 638460 SUNNYVALE ELEMENTARY $ 324,000 $ 1,243,000 $ 1,567,000 California 638520 SURPRISE VALLEY JOINT UNIFIED $ 30,000 $ 37,000 $ 67,000 California 638550 SUSANVILLE ELEMENTARY $ 130,000 $ 273,000 $ 404,000 California 638610 SUTTER UNION HIGH $ 28,000 $ 89,000 $ 117,000 California 638640 SWEETWATER UNION HIGH $ 5,322,000 $ 5,831,000 $ 11,153,000 California 638670 SYLVAN UNION ELEMENTARY $ 493,000 $ 1,354,000 $ 1,847,000 California 638700 TAFT CITY ELEMENTARY $ 487,000 $ 483,000 $ 970,000 California 638730 TAFT UNION HIGH $ 169,000 $ 188,000 $ 357,000 California 638770 TAHOE-TRUCKEE JOINT UNIFIED $ 165,000 $ 861,000 $ 1,026,000 California 638790 TAMALPAIS UNION HIGH $ 104,000 $ 655,000 $ 758,000 California 638880 TEHACHAPI UNIFIED $ 363,000 $ 980,000 $ 1,343,000 California 638980 TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED $ 511,000 $ 1,056,000 $ 1,567,000 California 639000 TEMPLETON UNIFIED $ 163,000 $ 350,000 $ 513,000 California 639060 TERRA BELLA UNION ELEMENTARY $ 400,000 $ 221,000 $ 622,000 California 639180 THERMALITO UNION ELEMENTARY $ 686,000 $ 490,000 $ 1,175,000 California 639210 THREE RIVERS UNION ELEMENTARY $ 26,000 $ 51,000 $ 78,000 California 639300 TIPTON ELEMENTARY $ 74,000 $ 99,000 $ 173,000 California 639420 TORRANCE UNIFIED $ 1,429,000 $ 4,011,000 $ 5,439,000 $ 54,000 $ 148,000 California 639600 TRAVER JOINT ELEMENTARY 94,000 $ California 639630 TRAVIS UNIFIED $ 171,000 $ 810,000 $ 982,000

Estimated additional allocations to LEAs for ESEA, Title I-A; and IDEA, Part B, sec. 611 according to the H.R. 1 Conference Agreement Notes: These are estimated grants only. These estimates are provided solely to assist in comparisons of the relative impact of alternative formulas and funding levels in the legislative process. It is ultimately the responsibility of the Department of Education and states to subgrant funds to LEAs. These estimates are not intended to predict specific amounts LEAs will receive. Details may not add to totals due to rounding. a. Title I-A: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $10 billion in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. Of this amount, 1% is set aside for the outlying areas and BIA. The remaining funds are split evenly between the targeted grant and education finance incentive grant (EFIG) formulas. Estimates grants to LEAs were prepared using using the underlying factors used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants. Actual data used to grant funds to LEAs will differ. b. IDEA: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $11.3 billion for sec. 611 in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. For these estimates, it is assumed that amounts reserved for state administration and state-level activities; and amounts requird for LEA base payments come from the amount separately appropriated for FY2009. It is also assumed that no LEAs would be subject to allocations below the amounts they received for FY2008. Estimated grants were prepared using LEA population and poverty data used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants as a proxy for population and poverty data specified in sec. 611(f). Actual data used to subgrant funds to LEAs will differ. Source: CRS analysis, February 13, 2009. IDEA, PART Bb TOTAL STATE LEACODE LEA NAME TITLE I-Aa California 639690 TRES PINOS UNION ELEMENTARY $ $ 21,000 $ 21,000 California 639720 TRINIDAD UNION ELEMENTARY $ 18,000 $ 28,000 $ 46,000 California 639750 TRINITY CENTER ELEMENTARY $ $ 6,000 $ 6,000 California 639800 TRINITY UNION HIGH $ 43,000 $ 76,000 $ 119,000 California 639840 TRONA JOINT UNIFIED $ 72,000 $ 95,000 $ 167,000 California 639870 TULARE CITY ELEMENTARY $ 1,752,000 $ 1,718,000 $ 3,470,000 California 639930 TULARE JOINT UNION HIGH $ 781,000 $ 803,000 $ 1,585,000 California 639940 TULELAKE BASIN JOINT UNIFIED $ 150,000 $ 108,000 $ 258,000 California 640050 TURLOCK JOINT ELEMENTARY $ 978,000 $ 1,777,000 $ 2,756,000 California 640080 TURLOCK JOINT UNION HIGH $ 390,000 $ 744,000 $ 1,134,000 California 640150 TUSTIN UNIFIED $ 1,034,000 $ 3,325,000 $ 4,359,000 California 640200 TWAIN HARTE-LONG BARN UNION ELEMEN $ 49,000 $ 125,000 $ 174,000 California 640230 TWIN HILLS UNION ELEMENTARY $ 22,000 $ 119,000 $ 141,000 California 640260 TWO ROCK UNION ELEMENTARY $ 14,000 $ 39,000 $ 54,000 California 640300 UKIAH UNIFIED $ 987,000 $ 1,321,000 $ 2,308,000 California 640320 UNION ELEMENTARY $ $ 955,000 $ 955,000 California 640380 UNION HILL ELEMENTARY $ 13,000 $ 50,000 $ 63,000 California 640410 UNION JOINT ELEMENTARY $ $ 1,000 $ 1,000 California 640470 UPPER LAKE UNION ELEMENTARY $ 165,000 $ 138,000 $ 302,000 California 640500 UPPER LAKE UNION HIGH $ 43,000 $ 67,000 $ 111,000 California 640590 VACAVILLE UNIFIED $ 820,000 $ 2,632,000 $ 3,453,000 California 640650 VALLE LINDO ELEMENTARY $ 105,000 $ 174,000 $ 280,000 California 640680 VALLECITO UNION ELEMENTARY $ 72,000 $ 199,000 $ 270,000 California 640710 VALLECITOS ELEMENTARY $ 49,000 $ 54,000 $ 103,000 California 640740 VALLEJO CITY UNIFIED $ 2,392,000 $ 4,117,000 $ 6,508,000 $ 51,000 $ 66,000 California 640800 VALLEY HOME JOINT ELEMENTARY 15,000 $ California 640980 VENTURA UNIFIED $ 1,630,000 $ 3,546,000 $ 5,176,000

Estimated additional allocations to LEAs for ESEA, Title I-A; and IDEA, Part B, sec. 611 according to the H.R. 1 Conference Agreement Notes: These are estimated grants only. These estimates are provided solely to assist in comparisons of the relative impact of alternative formulas and funding levels in the legislative process. It is ultimately the responsibility of the Department of Education and states to subgrant funds to LEAs. These estimates are not intended to predict specific amounts LEAs will receive. Details may not add to totals due to rounding. a. Title I-A: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $10 billion in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. Of this amount, 1% is set aside for the outlying areas and BIA. The remaining funds are split evenly between the targeted grant and education finance incentive grant (EFIG) formulas. Estimates grants to LEAs were prepared using using the underlying factors used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants. Actual data used to grant funds to LEAs will differ. b. IDEA: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $11.3 billion for sec. 611 in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. For these estimates, it is assumed that amounts reserved for state administration and state-level activities; and amounts requird for LEA base payments come from the amount separately appropriated for FY2009. It is also assumed that no LEAs would be subject to allocations below the amounts they received for FY2008. Estimated grants were prepared using LEA population and poverty data used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants as a proxy for population and poverty data specified in sec. 611(f). Actual data used to subgrant funds to LEAs will differ. Source: CRS analysis, February 13, 2009. IDEA, PART Bb TOTAL STATE LEACODE LEA NAME TITLE I-Aa California 641040 VICTOR ELEMENTARY $ 1,525,000 $ 1,938,000 $ 3,463,000 California 641130 VINELAND ELEMENTARY $ 390,000 $ 207,000 $ 596,000 California 641160 VISALIA UNIFIED $ 5,696,000 $ 5,147,000 $ 10,843,000 California 641190 VISTA UNIFIED $ 3,410,000 $ 5,243,000 $ 8,653,000 California 641220 VISTA DEL MAR UNION ELEMENTARY $ 9,000 $ 16,000 $ 25,000 California 641250 WALNUT CREEK ELEMENTARY $ 115,000 $ 634,000 $ 749,000 California 641280 WALNUT VALLEY UNIFIED $ 872,000 $ 2,263,000 $ 3,135,000 California 641400 WASCO UNION ELEMENTARY $ 875,000 $ 690,000 $ 1,564,000 California 641430 WASCO UNION HIGH $ 372,000 $ 291,000 $ 663,000 California 641460 WASHINGTON COLONY ELEMENTARY $ 127,000 $ 94,000 $ 222,000 California 641580 WASHINGTON UNIFIED $ 1,356,000 $ 1,380,000 $ 2,736,000 California 641610 WASHINGTON UNION ELEMENTARY $ 21,000 $ 112,000 $ 133,000 California 641640 WASHINGTON UNION HIGH $ 428,000 $ 250,000 $ 678,000 California 641790 WAUGH ELEMENTARY $ $ 128,000 $ 128,000 California 641820 WAUKENA JOINT UNION ELEMENTARY $ 51,000 $ 42,000 $ 93,000 California 641880 WEAVER UNION ELEMENTARY $ 365,000 $ 299,000 $ 664,000 California 641910 WEAVERVILLE ELEMENTARY $ 42,000 $ 76,000 $ 118,000 California 641980 WEED UNION ELEMENTARY $ 74,000 $ 82,000 $ 156,000 California 642000 WEST COVINA UNIFIED $ 991,000 $ 2,085,000 $ 3,076,000 California 642060 WEST PARK ELEMENTARY $ 107,000 $ 61,000 $ 167,000 California 642120 WESTSIDE UNION ELEMENTARY $ 322,000 $ 1,347,000 $ 1,669,000 California 642140 WESTERN PLACER UNIFIED $ 296,000 $ 714,000 $ 1,010,000 California 642150 WESTMINSTER ELEMENTARY $ 1,246,000 $ 2,231,000 $ 3,477,000 California 642180 WESTMORLAND UNION ELEMENTARY $ 135,000 $ 93,000 $ 229,000 California 642210 WESTSIDE ELEMENTARY $ 43,000 $ 116,000 $ 159,000 $ 34,000 $ 43,000 California 642270 WEST SIDE UNION ELEMENTARY 9,000 $ California 642300 WESTWOOD UNIFIED $ 76,000 $ 91,000 $ 167,000

Estimated additional allocations to LEAs for ESEA, Title I-A; and IDEA, Part B, sec. 611 according to the H.R. 1 Conference Agreement Notes: These are estimated grants only. These estimates are provided solely to assist in comparisons of the relative impact of alternative formulas and funding levels in the legislative process. It is ultimately the responsibility of the Department of Education and states to subgrant funds to LEAs. These estimates are not intended to predict specific amounts LEAs will receive. Details may not add to totals due to rounding. a. Title I-A: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $10 billion in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. Of this amount, 1% is set aside for the outlying areas and BIA. The remaining funds are split evenly between the targeted grant and education finance incentive grant (EFIG) formulas. Estimates grants to LEAs were prepared using using the underlying factors used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants. Actual data used to grant funds to LEAs will differ. b. IDEA: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $11.3 billion for sec. 611 in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. For these estimates, it is assumed that amounts reserved for state administration and state-level activities; and amounts requird for LEA base payments come from the amount separately appropriated for FY2009. It is also assumed that no LEAs would be subject to allocations below the amounts they received for FY2008. Estimated grants were prepared using LEA population and poverty data used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants as a proxy for population and poverty data specified in sec. 611(f). Actual data used to subgrant funds to LEAs will differ. Source: CRS analysis, February 13, 2009. IDEA, PART Bb TOTAL STATE LEACODE LEA NAME TITLE I-Aa California 642330 WHEATLAND ELEMENTARY $ 109,000 $ 323,000 $ 433,000 California 642350 WHEATLAND UNION HIGH $ 38,000 $ 85,000 $ 123,000 California 642420 WHITMORE UNION ELEMENTARY $ 7,000 $ 16,000 $ 22,000 California 642450 WHITTIER CITY ELEMENTARY $ 936,000 $ 1,812,000 $ 2,748,000 California 642480 WHITTIER UNION HIGH $ 1,117,000 $ 2,086,000 $ 3,204,000 California 642510 WILLIAM S. HART UNION HIGH $ 815,000 $ 2,763,000 $ 3,578,000 California 642540 WILLIAMS UNIFIED $ 129,000 $ 200,000 $ 329,000 California 642560 WILLITS UNIFIED $ 243,000 $ 448,000 $ 691,000 California 642580 LAYTONVILLE UNIFIED $ 98,000 $ 93,000 $ 191,000 California 642600 WILLOW CREEK ELEMENTARY $ $ 11,000 $ 11,000 California 642630 WILLOW GROVE UNION ELEMENTARY $ $ 8,000 $ 8,000 California 642710 WILLOWS UNIFIED $ 373,000 $ 406,000 $ 779,000 California 642750 WILMAR UNION ELEMENTARY $ 10,000 $ 46,000 $ 56,000 California 642810 WILSONA ELEMENTARY $ 452,000 $ 432,000 $ 884,000 California 642900 WINSHIP ELEMENTARY $ 12,000 $ 17,000 $ 29,000 California 642930 WINTERS JOINT UNIFIED $ 81,000 $ 348,000 $ 429,000 California 642960 WINTON ELEMENTARY $ 480,000 $ 392,000 $ 872,000 California 642990 WISEBURN ELEMENTARY $ 72,000 $ 276,000 $ 348,000 California 643020 WOODLAKE UNION ELEMENTARY $ 675,000 $ 367,000 $ 1,042,000 California 643050 WOODLAKE UNION HIGH $ 188,000 $ 167,000 $ 355,000 California 643080 WOODLAND JOINT UNIFIED $ 805,000 $ 2,025,000 $ 2,830,000 California 643140 WOODSIDE ELEMENTARY $ $ 72,000 $ 72,000 California 643170 WOODVILLE ELEMENTARY $ 251,000 $ 145,000 $ 397,000 California 643200 WRIGHT ELEMENTARY $ 65,000 $ 240,000 $ 305,000 California 643370 YOSEMITE JOINT UNION HIGH $ 56,000 $ 195,000 $ 252,000 $ 205,000 $ 428,000 California 643380 YREKA UNION ELEMENTARY 223,000 $ California 643410 YREKA UNION HIGH $ 136,000 $ 159,000 $ 295,000

Estimated additional allocations to LEAs for ESEA, Title I-A; and IDEA, Part B, sec. 611 according to the H.R. 1 Conference Agreement Notes: These are estimated grants only. These estimates are provided solely to assist in comparisons of the relative impact of alternative formulas and funding levels in the legislative process. It is ultimately the responsibility of the Department of Education and states to subgrant funds to LEAs. These estimates are not intended to predict specific amounts LEAs will receive. Details may not add to totals due to rounding. a. Title I-A: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $10 billion in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. Of this amount, 1% is set aside for the outlying areas and BIA. The remaining funds are split evenly between the targeted grant and education finance incentive grant (EFIG) formulas. Estimates grants to LEAs were prepared using using the underlying factors used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants. Actual data used to grant funds to LEAs will differ. b. IDEA: H.R. 1 provides an appropriation of $11.3 billion for sec. 611 in addition to amounts that would be provided under a separate FY2009 appropriations measure. For these estimates, it is assumed that amounts reserved for state administration and state-level activities; and amounts requird for LEA base payments come from the amount separately appropriated for FY2009. It is also assumed that no LEAs would be subject to allocations below the amounts they received for FY2008. Estimated grants were prepared using LEA population and poverty data used to calculate FY2008 Title I-A grants as a proxy for population and poverty data specified in sec. 611(f). Actual data used to subgrant funds to LEAs will differ. Source: CRS analysis, February 13, 2009. IDEA, PART Bb TOTAL STATE LEACODE LEA NAME TITLE I-Aa California 643470 YUBA CITY UNIFIED $ 1,077,000 $ 2,206,000 $ 3,282,000 California 643560 YUCAIPA-CALIMESA JOINT UNIFIED $ 681,000 $ 1,676,000 $ 2,357,000 California 681019 BALANCE OF FRESNO COUNTY $ $ $ California 681031 BALANCE OF KINGS COUNTY $ $ 8,000 $ 8,000 California 681053 BALANCE OF MONTEREY COUNTY $ $ $ California 681065 BALANCE OF RIVERSIDE COUNTY $ 103,000 $ 262,000 $ 364,000 California 681071 BALANCE OF SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY $ 5,000 $ 12,000 $ 16,000 California 681079 BALANCE OF SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY $ $ 6,000 $ 6,000 California 681085 BALANCE OF SANTA CLARA COUNTY $ $ 5,000 $ 5,000 California 681089 BALANCE OF SHASTA COUNTY $ $ 6,000 $ 6,000 California 684500 IRVINE UNIFIED $ 896,000 $ 4,189,000 $ 5,086,000 California 691134 GOLDEN PLAINS UNIFIED $ 346,000 $ 410,000 $ 757,000 California 691135 VAL VERDE UNIFIED $ 1,262,000 $ 2,356,000 $ 3,618,000 California 691136 AROMAS/SAN JUAN UNIFIED $ 121,000 $ 159,000 $ 280,000 California 691137 BIG OAK FLAT-GROVELAND UNIFIED $ 36,000 $ 116,000 $ 152,000 California 699998 Undistributed $ $ $ California 699999 Part D, subpart 2 $ 28,048,000 $ $ 28,048,000


				
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