Below is a document prepared by the Congressional Research Service which estimates the amount of education funding that each school district will receive from certain aspects of the American Recovery and Reinvestment bill.
Specifically, this document estimates what each school district in California would receive under the bill’s program allocations (not including the $79 billion State Stabilization Fund) for Title I ($11 billion), IDEA ($13 billion), and K-12 School Modernization ($14 billion) over FYs 2009 and 2010.
These are estimates only based on available and current data and may not reflect exact allocations that school districts receive when these funds are actually allocated.
This is all based on the HOUSE VERSION OF THE BILL. Everything is subject to change in the Senate and in the Conference Committee that will craft the final compromise legislation. See 4LAKids: Stimulus. Cirrus. Cumulo nimbus. (Feb1)
Click the link below and see how much money your school district will be receiving (a guestimate):