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Unformatted text preview: ols that are instrumentalities of a school district are required to participate. Charter schools that are independent of a school district are
prohibited from involvement. It is expected that many Milwaukee charter schools will be
run by private contractors and will not be allowed to participate in the state teacher
retirement system. Milwaukee
Total FTE enrollment Basic Elementary
100 a 1. Shared costs
2. Special education aid Middle Cost K-12
100 $ 6,053
0 $ - 100
$ 6,053 13 $ 370 3. State transportation aid $ - $ 24 4. State categorical aid
At-risk $ - $ 23 $ - Low income (Pre K - 5)
Limited-English proficiency 0 78 43 $ - $ 16 $ 16 5. Federal funding
Special education $
$ - $
51 $ 63 $ 63 Other federal programs $ 6,132 5 $ School library aid Total revenue 0 Urban At-Risk
$/Member $ 22 $ 6,965 $ 6,053
b 26 b $ 740 $ b 24 $ 46 b 0 $ - b 10 $ 44 $ 16 $
102 $ 63 b $ 7,463 ASSUMPTIONS: Financial figures represent 1997-98 school year. Basic elementary charter school enrolls
only elementary students who are not at risk and have no special needs. Middle cost K-12 charter school has
the same student population characteristics as the average Milwaukee school. At-risk upper grade charter
school has twice the concentration of special education and at-risk students as the Milwaukee average.
a Approximately $555 of shared cost is devoted to special education, and $176 is devoted to transportation per
pupil enrolled, not for each student receiving services.
Categorical aids are 1997-98 Milwaukee averages per pupil enrolled, not for each student receiving services. Appendix 185...
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