Confusion arose because schools were supposed to apply by Sept. 28, but many principals thought they had until Oct. 3, when Cap Adidas Girl
specialist for the 250 student affiliated charter.
"It's really important to look at how spending this money makes a difference for our students," Smith said. "It's nice to offer people jobs, but this has a direct benefit to students."
West Valley board member Tamar Galatzan said she's not yet satisfied that the issue has been resolved.
Hill said there was also confusion among some high school principals who included 18 year olds in their Title I application, although federal regulations consider only those ages 5 17.
An LAUSD recount of applications for Title I funding determined that four more schools qualified to receive thousands of dollars in federal anti poverty money, officials said Wednesday. The restoration of $315,000 to the Los Angeles Center for Enriched Studies had Jordan Caps 2016 been announced last month.
said they believe they were unfairly left out of the Title I allocation. During Tuesday's school board meeting, parents from Dahlia Heights Elementary and the Sherman Oaks Center for Enriched Studies said they felt shortchanged because of what they considered an unfair process.
Daniel Pearl Principal Deborah Smith said she'll use the $74,000 to retain an attendance counselor and school psychologist, expand hours for a part time librarian and offer after school tutoring for struggling students.
That meant that Pearl crossed the funding threshold from 48.8 percent. Enadia Way will get an additional $20,000 by crossing from 63.7 percent to the highest concentration category money that retiring Principal Vivian Cordoba will be spent to hire an instructional Atlanta Braves Caps
the forms were due to the state. The district reviewed all of the applications and gave schools credit for those filed by Oct. 3.
4 more LAUSD schools qualify for federal anti
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Eligibility for Title I money is based on the number of low income students who apply for free or discounted lunches. LAUSD allocates its Title I money to schools with low income enrollments of at least 50 percent; those above 65 percent get an even larger allocation.
"I'm not done trying to figure out what happened with those schools that didn't make the cutoff," Galatzan said. "I want to know why they didn't make the cutoff and whose fault it was.".
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