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The amount of Title I funds allocated to each participating public school attendance area is determined mainly on the basis of the total number of low-income students residing in each area. Once the participating public school attendance areas have been established, an LEA calculates the per-pupil Allocation (PPA) for each participating public school attendance area. Then, based on the total number of children from low-income families residing in each attendance area attending either public or private schools, the LEA calculates the total amount of funds for each area. From this amount, the LEA designates an amount of funds (equal to the PPA multiplied by the number of low-income private school students in the area) to provide equitable services to eligible private school participants.

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Allocation Resources

FY17 Final Non-public Title I Allocations

2016-17 Final Non-public Title I Allocations

FY17 Final Non-public Title II Allocations

2016-2017 Non-Public Title II Final Allocations

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Department of Financial Planning & Budget Services, Office of Finance

5225 W. Vliet St., Room 2
Milwaukee, WI 53201
Phone: (414) 475-8009
Fax: (414) 475-8074

Martha Kreitzman - ESEA Manager

Shelley Perkins - ESEA Nonpublic Supervisor

Michael Betts - Information Specialist

Cynthia Mendoza - Secretary II

Brian Terrell - Accounting Specialist

Mary Barnum - Budget Analyst, High School Region

Seemi Daniel - Budget Analyst, Central Region

Rosemary Oliveira - Budget Analyst, East Region

Michelle Walters - Budget Analyst, Southwest Region

Marquez Guzman- Budget Analyst, Northwest Region

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